‘Kick the bucket’ Idiom Meme – English to Hindi Translation with Picture Dictionary
Kick the bucket
(idiom) to die
‘Kick the bucket’ Origin
One theory as to why, albeit with little evidence to support it, is that the phrase originates from the notion that people hanged themselves by standing on a bucket with a noose around their neck and then kicking the bucket away.
‘Kick the bucket’ in a sentence (word usage in newspaper)
The bucket list: a wish list of the places you want to see and things you want to do before you die (aka “kick the bucket“).
These days, kicking the bucket can require a lot more preparation than living, as death drags up a world of paperwork and legal nuances.
It’s like how big dogs get hip displacement and kick the bucket at age 6.
He also teased that it was probable that a prominent member of the team would kick the bucket in a fourth film.
‘Miss the boat’ Idiom Meme – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary
Miss the boat
(idiom) be too slow to take advantage of an opportunity
‘Miss the boat’ meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
नाव छूट गयी
‘Miss the boat’ Origin
miss the boat” could be related to a failure to “get on-board” in time for the opportunity. Passengers are expected to get on-board a real boat before it leaves, so missing your chance to do so would probably be where this term originally comes from.
‘Miss the boat’ in a sentence (idiom usage in newspaper)
Universities miss the boat on online learning.
It is clear established business houses have missed the boat, as these don’t have disruptive mindsets for new-age technology businesses.
Given Abercrombie’s continually plummeting sales, the retailer cannot afford to miss the boat on adapting to e-commerce.
The WWE has missed the boat on taking a look at wrestling stars from other promotions.
‘See eye to eye’ Idiom Meme – English to Hindi Translation with Picture Dictionary
See eye to eye
(idiom) be in full agreement
‘See eye to eye’ meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)
संपूर्णतः सहमत होना, एकमत होना
‘See eye to eye’ Origin
While many idioms are relatively new, the origin of the idiom ‘see eye to eye’ is quite old; in fact, it’s ancient and is found in the Bible. In Isaiah 52:8, we read “The voice of your watchmen—they lift up their voice; together they sing for joy; for eye to eye they see the return of the Lord to Zion.”
‘See eye to eye’ in a sentence (idiom usage in newspaper)
Sena, BJP can’t see eye to eye
However, famously the two did not see eye to eye while together at Goodison Park
FTC And FDA Don’t Always See Eye To Eye
Renzi and Bachelet see eye to eye
Electoral Reforms Committee can’t see eye to eye
Why millions can’t see eye to eye in dress color debate