Fascism

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Fascism

  • a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)

Fascism meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • सामवाद विरोधी मत, फासिस्टवाद, फ़ैसिस्टवाद, फासिज्म, फासिस्टवाद

Fascism in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Pakistan PM Imran Khan calls BJP fascist moments before PM Modi’s …, Pakistan on Thursday called the ruling Indian party BJP a fascist regime in a tweet warning of violence in Kashmir. Imran Khan’s tweets came …
  • Analysing Fascism and other phrases thrown around these days, By Jaspal Singh. A young man, an undergraduate student has written and asked me, “Uncle what is Fascism? Some people in India and …
  • Clear-Cut Policy to counter Modi’s Fascist & Racist Policies- Senate …, A panel of the State, on Friday, called for a “clear-cut policy” to counter the fascist ideology of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and has …
  • Why We Have Reason To Worry About The Deadly Signs Of Fascism, Below are some of the early signs of Fascism as coined by Umberto Eco: … During the last five years with the Indian government has been led …
  • Food fascism: The table has been set, … even that wouldn’t hold, because even a hundred years ago food fascism or “culinary apartheid” was very much a thing and not just in India.

Fascism pronunciation


Cling

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Cling

  • (Verb) hold on tightly to. “she clung to Joe’s arm”
  • (Verb) adhere or stick firmly or closely to; be hard to part or remove from. “the smell of smoke clung to their clothes”
  • (Verb) remain very close to. “the fish cling to the line of the weed”
  • (Verb) remain persistently or stubbornly faithful to. “she clung resolutely to her convictions”
  • (Verb) be overly dependent on (someone) emotionally. “you are clinging to him for security”
  • (noun) a clingstone peach.

Cling meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • कसकर लिपट जाना, चिपके रहना, चिपक जाना, लिपट जाना, टिके रहना, बने रहना, जकड़ा होना, अडिग रहना, कृतज्ञ रहना, चिपटना, चिमटना, दृढ़ पकड़ना, लगाव मानना, लिपटना, वफ़ादार रहना, सख़्त पकड़ना

Cling origin

  • Old English clingan ‘stick together’, of Germanic origin; related to Middle Dutch klingen ‘adhere’, Middle High German klingen ‘climb’, also to clench.

Cling in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Can Ravi Shastri cling on to his job as India coach?, India’s hunt for a new coach has attracted top international names, including Australian Tom Moody, despite captain Virat Kohli backing Ravi …
  • Karnataka: Did Rahul Gandhi target Siddaramaiah for loss of power?, “It is a habit in India that the powerful cling to power, No one sacrifices power. But we will not defeat our opponents without sacrificing the desire …
  • After murdering and raping India, 20, her killer went for a kebab to …, Tenniswood did get India into a taxi, but he didn’t get her home. … “Instead you just replace the cling film, rather than the rigmarole of cleaning.
  • James Carafano: India-Pakistan Kashmir dispute – Here’s why things …, Yet India and Pakistan have tugged over the territory since 1948. … Rather than cling to a foreign policy founded on the belief that Pakistan can …
  • Cling Masterbatchs Market to Boom in Near Future by 2025 Industry …, Industrial Growth Forecast Report Cling Masterbatchs Market 2019-2025: The … Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Cling 

  • rhymes with hang

Cling pronunciation


Bluster

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Bluster

  • (Verb) talk in a loud, aggressive, or indignant way with little effect. “you threaten and bluster, but won’t carry it through”
  • (Verb) (of a storm, wind, or rain) blow or beat fiercely and noisily. “a winter gale blustered against the sides of the house”
  • (noun) loud, aggressive, or indignant talk with little effect. “their threats contained a measure of bluster”

Bluster meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • शेखी मारना, धमकाना, शेखीबाज, डांटना, धमकाना, धमकी देना

Bluster origin

  • late Middle English: ultimately imitative.

Bluster in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Fine for ad bluster, Suresh Misra, a professor of consumer affairs at the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), Delhi, said the provision on misleading …
  • Kashmir: The bond between ruler and ruled seriously eroded, Sight, sound and smell give the Indian and Pakistani dominated British … The public laps up sabre-rattling bluster, blames Nehru for not …
  • India’s Move on Kashmir Puts Pakistan on the back foot, India’s decision to revoke Article 370 giving special status to Jammu … to counter India’s move, it will use old tricks – bluster, threats and a dash …
  • Trump’s Hard Line on Pakistan Is All Bluster …. Fundamental policy divergences—on the issues of Kashmir, India, and China—remain …
  • Indian, US officials in crunch talks to break trade tariffs deadlock, NEW DELHI: Indian and American trade negotiators on Friday were meeting … “Notwithstanding Trump’s bluster, it’s in India’s interests to lower …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Bluster 

  • sounds like blast her,so when you blast someone you talk loudly.but barking dogs seldom bite,so the blasting has no effect
  • Be+LUST+HER…Imagine a boy who is saying ” I am going to BE HER LUST”….obviously the person is building castles in the air…..or he is boasting….

Bluster pronunciation


Vow

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Vow

  • (noun) a solemn promise.
  • (noun) a set of solemn promises committing one to a prescribed role, calling, or course of action, typically to marriage or a monastic career. “the vows of celibacy”
  • (verb) solemnly promise to do a specified thing. “the rebels vowed to continue fighting”
  • (verb) dedicate to someone or something, especially a deity. “I vowed myself to this enterprise”

Vow meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • वादा. शपथ. प्रतिज्ञा, प्रतिज्ञा करना, कसम खाना, क़सम, प्रण, व्रत, शपथ, शपथ खाना, सौगंध

Vow origin

  • Middle English: from Old French vou, from Latin votum (see vote); the verb is from Old French vouer.

Vow in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Left parties protest amendment to Article 370, vow to continue fighting, The Left parties will hold an all-India protest on Tuesday to resist the move. In Delhi, the protest will begin from Mandi House at 11 a.m..
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Ukrainian President vow to boost ties, Referring to the friendly and cordial relations between India and Ukraine, Modi noted the satisfactory pace of growth in bilateral trade relations
  • With the removal of Article 370 from JK, my vow is complete: Madan …, “I had taken a vow that till Article 370 is not removed from Kashmir I will … He added that the RSS and BJP had been claiming India’s right on …
  • Trump renews vow to mediate between Pakistan and India on Kashmir, Washington: US President Donald Trump has renewed his vow to help Pakistan and India resolve Kashmir issue if both the countries wanted …
  • 7 states Chief Ministers vow to end drugs menace, … the drug traffickers were not confined by national or state boundaries, and Pakistan was promoting narco-terrorism to create trouble in India.

Vow pronunciation


Hegemony

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Hegemony

  • (adj) leadership or dominance, especially by one state or social group over others. “Germany was united under Prussian hegemony after 1871”

Hegemony meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • आधिपत्य, नेतृत्व, नायकत्व

Hegemony origin

  • mid 16th century: from Greek hēgemonia, from hēgemōn ‘leader’, from hēgeisthai ‘to lead’.

Hegemony in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • India on the field, Around the same time that various Indian political groups began to challenge the Empire’s unquestioned hegemony, Indian teams began to …
  • Indian hegemony over South-Asian rivers, Even though 40 percent of world’s poor live in this region, two South Asian countries, India and Pakistan have attained the status of nuclear …
  • OPINION: Trade relations with Pakistan symbolic, … as long as it can resist India’s purported drive for regional hegemony as well as … On the trade ladder, Pakistan is India’s 48th largest partner.
  • Hegemony unhinged, Pakistan-India relations have already taken a hit with Islamabad’s decision to withdraw its high commissioner in Delhi. And all this so soon after …
  • The US, China, and power politics in the Indian Ocean, … the Indian Ocean as a ‘zone of peace’. One could instead argue that the conflict arises out of the US’s desire to maintain its hegemony and …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Hegemony

  • hegemony:he’s got money,so he’s domineering in the society and he control others.
  • hege (to have in punjabi)+ mony(sounds like MONEY)….a nation which has money is powerful and wealthy nations always dominate the poorer nations.

Hegemony pronunciation