Errand

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Errand

  • (noun) a short journey undertaken in order to deliver or collect something, especially on someone else’s behalf. “she asked Tim to run an errand for her”
  • (noun) the purpose or object of an errand. “she knew that if she stated her errand she would not be able to see him”

Errand meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • दूतकार्य, दूतकार्म, संदेश

Errand origin

  • Old English ǣrende ‘message, mission’, of Germanic origin; related to Old High German ārunti, and obscurely to Swedish ärende and Danish ærinde .

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

  • India’s errand-running startup Dunzo raises USD 2.8 million in …, Bengaluru-based hyperlocal delivery platform Dunzo has raised a flurry of funds this month to jump-start its expansion plan of entering new cities and counter …
  • Swiggy’s pick up and drop service debuts with an advantage …, India’s homegrown food delivery startup Swiggy is busy expanding its … and also on how far each of these startups can go to run an errand.
  • ‘I feel bombarded with to-dos’: the hell of life admin – and how …, ‘Errand paralysis’ might be the most boring and overwhelming … agent before booking this three-week trip to the north of India and I’d balked.
  • Goldman Sachs exec in India arrested over $5 mn theft …, 4 on the pretext of training, but sent them on an errand for a few minutes and used their systems to transfer the funds to a bank account in China …
  • Want to raise perfect children in India? You can’t & you’ll never …, Or you can be a ‘helicopter mom’, which in India is now called a … The ones who are always happy to run an errand to buy bread or milk?

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Errand 

  • ERA AND RAND went hand in hand for a mission
  • when somebody goes to rand , it’s just to accomplish a short mission for night or a day

Errand pronunciation

Vogue

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Vogue

  • (noun) the prevailing fashion or style at a particular time. “the vogue is to make realistic films”
  • (noun) general acceptance or favour; popularity. “crochet garments are in vogue this season”
  • (adj) popular; fashionable. “‘citizenship’ was to be the government’s vogue word”
  • (verb) dance to music in such a way as to imitate the characteristic poses struck by a model on a catwalk.

Vogue meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • लोकप्रियता, प्रचलन, प्रचलन में होना

Vogue origin

  • late 16th century (in the vogue, denoting the foremost place in popular estimation): from French, from Italian voga ‘rowing, fashion’, from vogare ‘row, go well’.

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

  • What went into the making of Vogue India’s September 2019 …, Ten years since the release of The September Issue, and in its spirit, Vogue India presents a slice-of-life look into the making of our own …
  • Best dressed at the Vogue Beauty Awards through time …, It’s safe to say that, the Vogue Beauty Awards one of the most talked about events at the Vogue India office. We’re just a few short days away …
  • Priyanka Chopra in Vogue’s September Issue: “Buying a home and …. “I think people look at India differently because of Priyanka Chopra.
  • 8 fiction books by first-time Indian authors you should be …, Vogue rounded up eight standout literary fiction debuts from 2019 that you … at close to 400 pages) was published in India in July of this year.
  • HT Brunch Cover Story: India’s biggest fashion editors write …, “The September issue has always been special and of course, Vogue’s first Indian book had to reflect that. But it’s also special because in India, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Vogue 

  • remember provogue brand
  • vogue is like “bhog” in Hindi. bhog represents comfort. One will wants bhog will be up to date with all the vogues.

Vogue pronunciation

Continuum

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Continuum

  • (noun) a continuous sequence in which adjacent elements are not perceptibly different from each other, but the extremes are quite distinct. “a continuum of special educational needs”

Continuum meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • सातत्य, सितारा मछली

Continuum origin

  • mid 17th century: from Latin, neuter of continuus (see continuous).

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

  • Statkraft front-runner in race for Continuum Wind Energy, In May, Mint reported that Statkraft, along with strategic investors such as CLP India and global energy major Shell, were engaged in talks to …
  • Deals Buzz: Coffee Day group puts Sical Logistics on sale, Statkraft front-runner in race for Continuum Wind Energy … invested $212 million in India-focused Continuum Wind, founded by Arvind Bansal …
  • Fiscal Deficit Set To Widen Sharply On Corporate Tax Cuts …, As part of a continuum of measures being announced to revive the … fiscal deficit of Rs 8.48 lakh crore works out to 3.97 percent of India’s GDP, .
  • Christopher Nolan shoots for ‘Tenet’ near Gateway of India, Tenet is also rumored to involve the time continuum. It has a cast of several A-listers such as Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth …
  • Taiwanese businesses eye markets in India as China-US …, Taiwan is pitching India as a potential business destination for its tech, ….. However, Jeff Ng, chief economist for Asia at Continuum Economics, …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Continuum 

  • sounds like continuous Nuum(Name)..a name without clear parts!!

Continuum pronunciation

Wobble

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Wobble

  • (verb) move or cause to move unsteadily from side to side. “the table wobbles where the leg is too short”
  • (verb) move unsteadily in a particular direction. “they wobble around on their bikes”
  • (verb) (of the voice) vary slightly in pitch; quaver. “her voice wobbled dangerously, but she brought it under control”
  • (verb) waver between different courses of action; vacillate. “he is beginning to wobble on the issue”
  • (noun) an unsteady movement from side to side. “the handlebars developed a wobble”
  • (noun) a variation of pitch in the voice. “a caricature of the operatic wobble”
  • (noun) a moment of indecision or instability. “the only serious wobble of the campaign”

Wobble meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • डगमगाना, लड़खड़ाना, काँपना, डगमगाने वाला, लड़खड़ाहट, लड़खड़ाने वाला, लरज़ना

Wobble origin

  • mid 17th century (earlier as wabble ): of Germanic origin; compare with Old Norse vafla ‘waver’; related to the verb wave.

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

  • 1st Test: Gritty Rahane revives India after top-order wobble, Ajinkya Rahane silenced his critics with a much-needed 81 on a pacer-friendly track as a wobbly India reached 203 for 6 against the West …
  • How Peter Siddle put the wobble back into Australia’s attack, It takes a little wobble through the air, hits one side of the seam, and darts … Tim Paine about how to bowl on day one at the SCG against India.
  • Federer finds comfort in wobble, The Swiss shrugged off that slow start and came back for a 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 victory on Monday night against Sumit Nagal, a qualifier from India …
  • Kohli, Rahane fifties put India in command of 1st Test, That gave the India batsmen a platform to build from and, despite a minor wobble as wickets fell in consecutive overs in the second session, …
  • Trump’s wish to buy Greenland brings to mind colonial …, Sir — The incisive analysis on the state of the Indian economy in “Wobble trouble” (Aug 21), reinforced its swift deterioration under the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Wobble 

  • rhyiimng hobble – hop amble walk with difficulty

Wobble pronunciation

Exorcise

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Exorcise

  • (verb) drive out or attempt to drive out (a supposed evil spirit) from a person or place. “an attempt to exorcise an unquiet spirit”
  • (verb) rid (a person or place) of a supposed evil spirit. “infants were exorcised prior to baptism”
  • (verb) completely remove (something unpleasant) from one’s mind or memory. “she wanted to exorcise some of the pain”

Exorcise meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • भूत भगाना, भगाना, निकालना , जादू देना

Exorcise origin

  • late Middle English: from French exorciser or ecclesiastical Latin exorcizare, from Greek exorkizein, from ex- ‘out’ + horkos ‘oath’. The word originally meant ‘conjure up an evil spirit’; the current sense dates from the mid 16th century.

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

  • India vs Qatar Highlights, FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier Football Match: ….. India will be looking to exorcise their demons when they take on …
  • India suffering from Gandhi-ism: Sambhaji Bhide at Ram Mandir pandal … The Shiv Pratishthan Hindustan chief also said that to “exorcise” this …
  • From pursuit for more, to pursuit for less, The exercise of quitting alcohol, serves as a good example. There was a point in time, when the mind was thinking only about the next …
  • Ashes triumph will help Australia put ball-tampering scandal …, A magnificent Ashes triumph in Old Blighty after 18 summers is exactly what Australian cricket needed to finally exorcise the ghosts of last …
  • Rohit Sharma: Waiting for the deluge of runs, Of all the Indian batsmen, he and Cheteshwar Pujara batted with the … ball can whip up, he’s skilled to exorcise, be it pace, bounce or spin.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Exorcise 

  • Remember the movie EXORCIST…in which priest WHO DRIVE OUT EVIL SPIRITS suicides in the end
  • exorcism is practice of removing an evil spirit from a body/house. Exorcise means the same

Exorcise pronunciation