(verb) (in psychoanalytic theory) divert or modify (an instinctual impulse) into a culturally higher or socially more acceptable activity; “people who sublimate sexuality into activities which help to build up and preserve civilization”
(verb) transform (something) into a purer or idealized form; “attractive rhythms are sublimated into a much larger context”
(noun) the product of vaporization of a solid.
Sublimate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
late Middle English (in the sense ‘raise to a higher status’): from Latin sublimat- ‘raised up’, from the verb sublimare .
Sublimate in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu Newspaper)
They’re taught to sublimate self and think about the team instead of themselves.
Sublimate the ego.
That is, they sublimate their sexual energies toward another purpose than sexual intercourse and procreation.
The heat seeped into the interior through the cracks, causing the ice to sublimate and widen the fractures.
Sport can sublimate many emotions.
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‘Sit on the fence’ Idiom Meme – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary
Sit on the fence
(idiom) avoid making a decision or choice
Sit on the fence Origin
During the American revolutionary war, a prominent person from New Jersey, Judge Imlay, could not decide which side to support – the Revolutionaries or the Loyalists. When asked for an opinion, it was stated that until Judge Imlay knew which was the strongest group, he would stay on the fence
Sit on the fence in a sentence (idiom usage in newspaper)
I have been sitting on the fence a long time, perfectly positioned between staying with her and leaving. How do get off the fence and decide?
A lot of people really don’t like others being opinionated, they would rather you sit on the fence instead of having a strong opinion.
Given the painful way we achieved Independence, it is shameful to sit on the fence.
I’m not saying one should sit on the fence, or reserve any point of view.
It takes two to tango – Idiom Vocab Meme Dictionary
It takes two to tango (idiom)
if twopeoplewereinvolved in a badsituation,bothmust be responsible
The tango is a popular dance in which two partners move in relation to each other. Tango is always danced in couples, and both parts are essential. This common expression can be used to suggest that the active cooperation of two parties is required in some enterprise in order to succeed or accomplish the objectives.Disputes and discussions also need the participation of two parties. Thus, in situations in which both partners don’t agree upon something, we can also say “it takes two to tango”.
‘It takes two to tango’ sentences from newspaper
Just like how it takes two to tango, it takes two to make a marriage work, and it is up to the young couple to set aside their differences.