- (noun) excessive indulgence in sex, alcohol, or drugs
Debauchery (डबॉचरी / डिबॉचरी) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
- व्यसन, ऐयाशी, लंपटता, कामुकता, भ्रष्टाचार, लाम्पट्य, विलासिता, व्यभिचार
- late 16th century: from French débaucher (verb) ‘turn away from one’s duty’, from Old French desbaucher, of uncertain ultimate origin.
Debauchery in a sentence (usage in newspaper)
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of debauchery
- Think of Mark ‘BOUCHER’ involving himself in sex, alcohol, or drugs and South Africa captain removing him from team.
- (verb) cause surprise or confusion in (someone), especially by not according with their expectations.“the inflation figure confounded economic analysts”
- (verb) mix up (something) with something else.“he was forever confounding managerialism with idealism”
- (verb) to contradict or refute; to confound their arguments.
- (verb) prove (a theory or expectation) wrong; “the rise in prices confounded expectations”
Confound meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
- उलझाना, गड़बड़ करना, उलझन में डालना, हरा देना
- Middle English: from Old French confondre, from Latin confundere ‘pour together, mix up’
Confound in a sentence (usage in newspaper)
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of confound
- confound = confusion found
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Behemoth [bih-hee-muh th, bee–uh-]
- (noun) a huge or monstrous creature
- (noun) something enormous, especially a large and powerful organization
Behemoth (बहीमथ / बिहीमथ / बीहमथ) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
- late Middle English: from Hebrew bĕhēmōṯ, intensive plural of bĕhēmāh ‘beast’.
Behemoth in a sentence (usage in newspaper)
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of behemoth
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- (noun) an ornament or small piece of jewellery thought to give protection against evil, danger, or disease.
Amulet (ऐम्यलट / ऐम्यलिट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi dictionary)
- late 16th century: from Latin amuletum, of unknown origin.
Amulet in a sentence (usage in newspaper)
- Ancient ‘Magical’ Amulet Discovered With Curious Inscription
- Some shopkeepers handed the leaders trinkets of blue and white stone, an amulet known in both cultures and thought to ward off the ‘evil eye’.
- Sir Jadeja wears it like an amulet, a protective shield against a condescending world that laughed at his achievements, almost resenting them.
- At the time it was supposed to be my totem, my fire and brimstone amulet, my ward against evil.
- Metal Dragon can be used as an amulet to ward off evil influences, sickness, and prevent hostility.
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of amulet
- amulet ~ omelette, if you eat omelette before exam, you will get good marks, lucky charm – omelette
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Procrastinate [proh-kras-tuh-neyt, pruh-]
- (verb) delay or postpone action; put off doing something
Procrastinate (प्रक्रैस्टनैट / प्रोक्रैस्टनेट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
- विलम्बन,देर करना,विलम्ब करना,आजकल करना,हीला हवाला करना,टालना
- late 16th century: from Latin procrastinat- ‘deferred till the morning’, from the verb procrastinare, from pro- ‘forward’ + crastinus ‘belonging to tomorrow’ (from cras ‘tomorrow’).
Procrastinate in a sentence (usage in newspaper)
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of procrastinate
- ‘pro’ bhai log always ‘ate’ late –> always ‘pro’castin’ate’
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