Tiff

tiff English Hindi meaning

Tiff Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Tiff [tif]

  • (noun) a petty quarrel, especially one between friends or lovers.

Tiff (टिफ) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • मनमुटाव, झगड़ा ,कहा-सुनी

Tiff Origin

  • early 18th century (denoting a slight outburst of temper): probably of dialect origin.

Tiff in a sentence (word usage in newspaper)

  • Thane cop’s tiff with IAS ‘friend’ turns ugly.
  • Tiff turns ugly as labourers thrash flat residents.
  • Man hacks brother to death over land tiff, sets body ablaze.
  • Oooppsss! Did Kapil Sharma have a tiff with Salman Khan.
  • Customs Official Hangs Self After Tiff With Wife.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of tiff

  • tiff = tiny + fight

Tiff Pronunciation

John Abraham’s Clarification On His TIFF With Akshay Kumar | Bollywood Gossip

Torment

torment English Hindi meaning

Torment Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Torment [tawr-ment]

  • (noun) severe physical or mental suffering “their deaths have left both families in torment”
  • (noun) a cause of severe suffering “the journey must have been a torment for them”
  • (verb) cause to experience severe mental or physical suffering “he was tormented by jealousy”
  • (verb) annoy or provoke in an unkind way “every day I have kids tormenting me because they know I live alone”

Torment meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • यातना, कष्ट, तड़पाना, सताना, कष्ट पहुंचाना

Torment Origin

  • Middle English (as both noun and verb referring to the infliction or suffering of torture): Old French torment (noun), tormenter (verb), from Latin tormentum ‘instrument of torture’, from torquere ‘to twist’.

Torment in a sentence (word usage in newspaper)

  • After undergoing the torment, I was released and immediately came back to Coimbatore.
  • To find peace from all the bad dreams that torment him, He sets off for a journey to the plains of silence.
  • Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson is at full throttle and ready to torment England’s batsmen again in the Ashes series.
  • They torment their wives for merely voicing their opinions.
  • With prices rising higher, onions are back to torment the government.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of torment

  • torment – torrent per agar mujhe meri movie na mile to i feel tortured (torment)

Torment pronunciation

Basanti undergoing the torment

Put a sock in it

Put a sock in it English Hindi meaning

“Put a sock in it” Idiom Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Put a sock in it

  • to shut up. “will you put a sock in it? i’m trying to study here.”

“Put a sock in it” meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • इसकी जुबान बंद कराओ

“Put a sock in it” Origin

  • It is generally used when someone is being so noisy as to annoy others. The imagery behind the phrases is that putting a sock in whatever was causing the noise would quieten it down.

“Put a sock in it” in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • “Put a sock in it” is slang for “Shut up”.
  • Telling someone to put a sock in it today is a curt, often rude, demand for quiet, but socks used to be the most effective form of volume control.
  • The London Mayor, Boris Johnson, has said that he thinks Tony Blair “should put a sock in it” rather than comment on the situation in Iraq.
  • why do we say “put a sock in it!” when someone is being too loud?

PUT A SOCK IN IT!!!

Out of the blue

out of the blue English Hindi meaning

“Out of the blue” Idiom meme dictionary – English to Hindi Dictionary with picture dictionary

Out of the blue

  • (phrase) without warning; unexpectedly

“Out of the Blue” meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अप्रत्याशित समय पर

“Out of the Blue” Origin

  • Blue refers to the clear blue sky. Normally a thunderstorm does not happen when the sky is clear blue. When it happens, that surprises us since it is unexpected. This explains the ‘connection’ to “blue” in the idiom.

“Out of the Blue” in a sentence (word usage in newspaper)

  • My husband divorced me out of the blue.
  • Balganga project report was prepared ‘out of the blue‘: ACB
  • I was going up a slight incline about 35 miles per hour, and this car came down right out of the blue.
  • The call really came out of the blue.
  • To Fraser’s peers, the news came out of the blue.

What it means when a friend suddenly drops you out of the blue

Hit the books

hit the books meaning Hindi

“hit the books” Idiom Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Hit the books

  • (idiom) To study

“Hit the books” meaning in Hindi

  • पढ़ना

“Hit the books” Origin

  • In this phrase, hit means to start or to begin. Although no one knows the origin of the idiom “hit the books”, it seems to be related to early idioms such as “hit the trail,” which cowboys used when starting out on a journey. It’s clear that this saying is a fairy contemporary one, probably from the mid-20th century.

“Hit the books” in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

  • I can’t go out ​tonight. I need to hit the ​books.
  • Pembela tells Rafidah to hit the books.
  • Locals hit the books at semi-annual library sale.
  • Students hit the books as temperatures rise.
  • Braintree students getting ready to hit the books again.