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Abut meaning in English (Vocabulary words)
(verb) (of a building or an area of land) be next to or have a common boundary with. “gardens abutting Great Prescott Street”
(verb) touch or lean on. “masonry may crumble where a roof abuts it”
Abut origin (Root word)
late Middle English: the sense ‘have a common boundary’ from Anglo-Latin abuttare, from a- (from Latin ad ‘to, at’) + Old French but ‘end’; the sense ‘lean upon’ (late 16th century) from Old French abouter, from a- (from Latin ad ‘to, at’) + bouter ‘strike, butt’, of Germanic origin.
Abut in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Robots to help Indian Army fight terror in Kashmir, A senior Indian Army officer told IANS that these robots should be capable of … “It should also transmit visual data to a distance of abut 150-200 …
Centre questions need to privatize profit-making city airport, Nagpur: The union ministry of civil aviation has asked Mihan India Ltd … were frequent changes in the eligibility criterion abut experience
View: How the Ayodhya verdict retains the secular fabric of the …,In the vast expanse of India, there would be plenty of temples that have … In any case, in Kashi and Mathura, mosques abut, rather than stand …
Striking a Fine Balance | The Judgment, In order to do justice to all parties, Indian courts have long used the …. like in Mathura or Kashi, where mosques abut temples won’t flare up.
Future Group’s FBB proves fashion is for all at Mahabachat, The workshops were held in select store across Indian cities. … Worldwide, everyone is talking abut independent shopping and enabling this is so important”.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Abut
Look at your BUTT (Dont take it offensively).Its like two pieces of flesh together marked by a boundary in between them ..Thats abut.
A+But : ‘But’ is used to (ad)join two sentence as in example : He is good guy, but not a good student.