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  • (adj) slow and clumsy because of great weight. “a swarthy, ponderous giant of a man”
  • (adj)  (especially of speech or writing) dull or laborious. “the show is loaded down with ponderous one-liners”

Ponderous meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • नीरस, फीका, कठिन, श्रमसाध्य, भारी भरकम, भद्दा

Ponderous origin

  • late Middle English: via French from Latin ponderosus, from pondusponder- ‘weight’.

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

  • Present mode of political negotiation ‘problematic’: CCF, SCF …, … on Wednesday termed the manner in which the Government of India … that there is “ponderous problems ahead, with many confusions and …
  • 2019 Isuzu D-Max V-Cross road test review, … of any vehicle on sale in India, at 3,295mm long, 1,860mm wide and … slightly ponderous in its shifts, especially between first and second.
  • More movies: ‘Klaus,’ ‘Earthquake Bird,’ ‘Warrior Queen of …, … ponderous dialogue and poorly explained hallucination scenes, not to … The premise: The queen of the state of Jhansi in northern India …
  • #12YearsOfCaptainDhoni Top Trend As Twitter Toasts Former …, Dhoni was chosen to captain India after three senior players – Rahul … has often faced criticism for his poor form and ponderous style of batting.
  • ‘Bharat’ review: Where Salman Khan’s ‘India’ takes centre stage, … place and emotions, Bharat is way too ponderous and plodding. On paper, seeing seven decades of post-Independence India through the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Ponderous 

  • Its simple guys, POUND is a unit of weight , we often calculate weight in pounds! 1 Pound = 480 grams

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  • (adj) travelling from place to place, in particular working or based in various places for relatively short periods. “the peripatetic nature of military life”
  • (adj) (of a teacher) working in more than one school or college.
    “a peripatetic music teacher”
  • (noun) a person who travels from place to place, especially a teacher who works in more than one school or college. “peripatetics have been cut under local management of schools”
  • (noun) an Aristotelian philosopher.

Peripatetic meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • जगह जगह घूमनेवाला, परिभ्रामी व्यक्ति, अरस्तूवादी, परिभ्रामी, आवारा, आवारागर्द, जगह-जगह घूमनेवाला, पथिक, यात्री

Peripatetic origin

  • late Middle English (denoting an Aristotelian philosopher): from Old French peripatetique, via Latin from Greek peripatētikos ‘walking up and down’, from the verb peripatein .

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

  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic and LA Galaxy mutually part ways after 2 …, … his departure have been heard for months, and Ibrahimovic has never stayed at any club for more than four seasons in his peripatetic career.
  • The Peripatetic Indian, In Kottayam, Kerala, two young men from Uttar Pradesh wash a dozen cars a day. The owner of the car wash charges Rs 200 a car and gives …
  • India: For the memory of “Chatto”, The whole story of Indian independence struggle against British empire was a …. His peripatetic travels open a window onto the prefigurative politics of Indian …
  • Author Namwali Serpell Gets Her Best Ideas on Planes and …, The writer’s peripatetic upbringing has defined her sense of ….. at the end of October, and the Times of India Festival in Mumbai is in December.
  • Peripatetic Modi turns tour guide for Xi Jinping in Mamallapuram … Welcome to India, President Xi Jinping! pic.twitter.com/1NGGKTFSCm.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Peripatetic

  • peripatetic sounds like par pe tic tic….means wandering on legs.
  • peri+pat+etic–peri means around, + pat or path means road to walk on, therefore peripatetic means to walk around.

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  • (adj) translucently clear. “mountains reflected in the pellucid waters”
  • (adj) easily understood; lucid. “he writes, as always, in pellucid prose”
  • (adj) (of music or other sound) clear and pure in tone. “his pellucid singing tone”

Pellucid meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • निर्मल

Pellucid origin

  • early 17th century: from Latin pellucidus, from perlucere ‘shine through’.

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

  • Human Rights Infringement in IHK and the reaction of Islamic …, All his illicit actions in the valley are pellucid to the international … stance over obnoxious Indian pathway in Kashmir is unfathomable and glib.
  • Global and Regional Immersion Oil Industry Production, Sales …, Immersion oils are pellucid oils that have specific optical and viscosity characteristics compatible … Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea).
  • When They Want War, India and Pakistan Will Always Have …, Many Kashmiris in other parts of India spent most of late February …… on what William Dalrymple once described as the pellucid waters of Dal …
  • Rohingyas pose serious threat to national security, India …, And when India decided to deport 40,000 illegal Rohingyas to …. and Pakistan’s ISI are pellucid and unambiguously established, hence …
  • In the fight between Left and Right how India is missing the …, One may think that the rise of the Right wing in India could be crushed by the Left, but the … Decades ago, liberalism had a pellucid vision.

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  • (noun) a government, especially an authoritarian one. “ideological opponents of the regime”
  • (noun) a system or ordered way of doing things. “detention centres with a very tough physical regime”
  • (noun) a coordinated programme for the promotion or restoration of health; a regimen. “a low-calorie, low-fat regime”
  • (noun) the conditions under which a scientific or industrial process occurs.

Regime meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • शासन पद्वति, पथ्यापथ्य नियम, दौर, शासन, शासन पध्दति या व्यवस्था, शासन-पद्धति, व्यवस्था, प्रशासन, राज्य-काल, व्यवस्था, शासन, शासन-काल, शासन-पद्धति

Regime origin

  • late 15th century (in the sense ‘regimen’): French régime, from Latin regimen ‘rule’ (see regimen). Sense 1 dates from the late 18th century (with original reference to the Ancien Régime).

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

  • India starting faceless tax assessment regime to forestall …, In August, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman conveyed to India Inc. they will not face any harassment as a new system was being put in …
  • US treasury secretary asks India to build steady tax regime, MUMBAI: India has to move quickly to capitalise on the global trend of large corporations wanting to diversify manufacturing away from China, …
  • India introduces concessional tax regimes for domestic …, India has traditionally been a high corporate tax jurisdiction. Up until September 2019, the effective corporate tax rates (including surcharge …
  • India proposes free natural gas pricing regime, KOLKATA (miningweekly.com) – The Indian government has started work on implementing a free pricing regime for domestically produced …
  • Opinion | India’s export woes, India’s October trade figures deepen concerns about the health of our … in the refunds due to them under the goods and services tax regime.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Regime

  • reg(king or ruler)+aim (method) i,e method of government
  • Regime sounds like regiment….military regiment which is a method of system…..or government

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