(noun) a group of musicians, actors, or dancers who perform together. “a Bulgarian folk ensemble”
(noun) a piece of music or passage written for performance by a whole cast, choir, or group of instruments. “Cherubini’s numbers, with solos and ensembles intermingled, have a freedom and originality”
(noun) the coordination between performers executing an ensemble passage. “a high level of tuning and ensemble is guaranteed”
(noun) a group of items viewed as a whole rather than individually. “the buildings in the square present a charming provincial ensemble”
(noun) a set of clothes chosen to harmonize when worn together. “her elegant pink and black ensemble put most outfits in the shade”
(noun) a group of similar systems, or different states of the same system, often considered statistically. “we would have to adopt a picture in which there is an ensemble of all possible universes with some probability distribution”
Ensemble meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
समष्टि, सामूहिक प्रभाव, कलाकारों की टुकड़ी, असर, संपरिधान
late Middle English (as an adverb (long rare) meaning ‘at the same time’): from French, based on Latin insimul, from in- ‘in’ + simul ‘at the same time’. The noun dates from the mid 18th century.
Ensemble in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Dhairya Karwa Joins 83 Ensemble To Play Ravi Shastri
Wet Ink Ensemble gives musical voice to women in literature
Kalank To Total Dhamaal: Ensemble Cast Proves To Be An Evergreen ..
Kareena Kapoor Khan gives summer fashion goals in this ensemble
Pallavi Sharda makes heads turn in this ensemble at Cannes series
Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Ensemble
ensemble: can be compared and referred to the word assemble. Hence a string ensemble is a co-ordination or assemblage of many string players.
(noun) a very unpleasant and prolonged experience. “the ordeal of having to give evidence”
(noun) an ancient test of guilt or innocence by subjection of the accused to severe pain, survival of which was taken as divine proof of innocence. “ordeals conducted in the twelfth century”
Ordeal meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)
दिव्य, परख, आज़माइश, अग्नि या जल द्वारा परीक्षा, कठिन परीक्षा, अग्नि परीक्षा, कटु अनुभव
Old English ordāl, ordēl, of Germanic origin; related to German urteilen ‘give judgement’, from a base meaning ‘share out’. The word is not found in Middle English (except once in Chaucer’s Troilus ); modern use of ordeal (sense 2) began in the late 16th century, whence ordeal (sense 1) (mid 17th century).
Ordeal in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)
Fame comes at a cost: Sophie Turner opens up about ordeal with …
KZN mother’s harrowing ordeal as her child is locked in classroom …