Grit

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grit meaning in Hindi

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

Grit

  • (noun) courage and resolve; strength of character; “I’ve known few men who could match Sam’s grit”
  • (noun) small loose particles of stone or sand; “she had a bit of grit in her eye”
  • (verb) to cause to grind or grate together; “fine red dust that gritted between the teeth”
  • (verb) to make a scratchy or slightly grating sound, as of sand being walked on; grate.

Grit (ग्रिट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • साहस, चरित्र बल, गिट्टी, धूल, बजरी, बालू, बजरी बिछाना

Grit Origin

  • Old English grēot ‘sand, gravel’, of Germanic origin; related to German Griess, also to groats.

Grit in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Do this one thing to help your kids develop ‘grit‘.
  • The Uncapped Indians – a story of hard work, grit and determination.
  • Their results found no evidence that grit is a good predictor of success.
  • Raising a Child With Grit Can Mean Letting Her Quit.
  • Does grit actually improve performance?

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of grit

  • grit ~ great saahas

Grit Pronunciation

Grit: the power of passion and perseverance | Angela Lee Duckworth

Grotesque

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grotesque meaning in Hindi

Grotesque Vocab Meme Dctionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Grotesque

  • (adj) odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre; “a grotesque creature with a flattened body and a squashed head”
  • (adj) incongruous or inappropriate to a shocking degree; “stories of grotesque mismanagement and wasting of money”
  • (noun) a very ugly or comically distorted figure or image; “the rods are carved in the form of a series of gargoyle faces and grotesques”
  • (noun) a style of decorative painting or sculpture consisting of the interweaving of human and animal forms with flowers and foliage.

Grotesque (ग्रोटेस्क) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • असंगत, कुरूप, भद्दा, भ्रष्ट, विकृत, विचित्र, विलक्षण, विषम, हास्यप्रद

Grotesque Origin

  • mid 16th century (as noun): from French crotesque (the earliest form in English), from Italian grottesca, from opera or pittura grottesca ‘work or painting resembling that found in a grotto’; ‘grotto’ here probably denoted the rooms of ancient buildings in Rome which had been revealed by excavations, and which contained murals in the grotesque style.

Grotesque in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Chennai’s killers share grotesque trait: Like to watch victims die.
  • Harlan Ullman: Presidential race has become grotesque game show.
  • Grotesque ISIS video shows the training of child soldiers.
  • GROTESQUE images of gangrenous toes and clogged arteries are to be emblazoned across cigarette packets made for sale in UK shops.
  • An economy that tackles the grotesque inequality that is holding people back.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of grotesque

  • imagine a tusk grow on your face… you will look grotesque 🙂

Grotesque Pronunciation

Grovel

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Grovel Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with pciture dictionary

Grovel

  • (verb) lie or crawl abjectly on the ground with one’s face downwards; “George grovelled at his feet”
  • (verb) act obsequiously in order to obtain forgiveness or favour; “they dislike leaders who grovel to foreign patrons”

Grovel (ग्रवल / ग्रावल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • रेंगना, गिड़गिड़ाना, विनीत भाव दरसाना

Grovel Origin

  • Middle English: back-formation from the obsolete adverb grovelling, from obsolete groof, grufe ‘the face or front’ (in the phrase on grufe, from Old Norse á grúfu ‘face downwards’) + the suffix -ling .

Grovel in a sentence (Word usage in recent newspaper)

  • We love to snivel and grovel in front of those in power with all that feet touching brown nosing stuff.
  • After all it is your life’s mission to grovel in front of that corrupt family.
  • You have to swallow your pride and have to grovel a bit.
  • We’ll make them grovel.
  • Clearly it’s time for Obama to bow to and grovel before China’s leaders.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of grovel

  • if you want to “grow” + “well” –> grovel before your boss

Grovel Pronunciation

Pauper

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Pauper Vocab meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Pauper

  • a very poor person; “he died a pauper”

Pauper meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • कंगाल, दरिद्र, भिक्षुक, भिखारी

Pauper origin

  • late 15th century: from Latin, literally ‘poor’. The word’s use in English originated in the Latin legal phrase in forma pauperis, literally ‘in the form of a poor person’ (allowing non-payment of costs).

Pauper in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • He set up what is perhaps the most respected “pauper’s hospital”.
  • Chemistry Nobel laureate dies a pauper.
  • A prince dies a pauper.
  • State may be pauper but Badal is the highest paid CM in India.
  • Mallya makes a distinction between his personal fortune and his professional fortune (or lack of it); he is thus both a millionaire and a pauper.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of pauper

  • pauper = pau + per, agar ‘pau’ bread ‘per’ jinda rehna padde toh samjh jaana ‘pauper’ ban gaye

Pauper pronunciation

Pandemic

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Pandemic Vocab meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Pandemic

  • (adj) (of a disease) prevalent over a whole country or the world; “the disease is pandemic in Africa”
  • (noun) an outbreak of a pandemic disease; “the AIDS pandemic”

Pandemic (पैन्डेमिक) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • सर्वव्यापी महामारी, आम, देशव्यापी, विश्वव्यापी, सर्वव्यापी

Pandemic Origin

  • mid 17th century: from Greek pandēmos (from pan ‘all’ + dēmos ‘people’) + -ic.

Pandemic in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • It is now considered a pandemic.
  • The real issue… is the protection of vulnerable women and children and an endeavour to cure the pandemic.
  • Experts: Zika Virus has explosive pandemic potential.
  • Will we ever be able to treat cancer for US$1 a day? The world is headed towards cancer pandemic.
  • Diabetes has been recognized as a global pandemic and the latest numbers paint a startling picture.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of pandemic

  • pandemic,epidemic,endemic….say pandemic is whole world,epidemic whole country and endemic is for a city or particular in a community.

Pandemic pronunciation

Timeline of Aids pandemic on a worldmap