Morbid

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Morbid

  • (adj) characterized by an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and unpleasant subjects, especially death and disease. “his morbid fascination with the horrors of contemporary warfare”
  • (adj) of the nature of or indicative of disease. “the treatment of morbid obesity”

Morbid meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • रोगजन्य, रुग्ण, रोगग्रस्त

Morbid origin

  • mid 17th century (in the medical sense): from Latin morbidus, from morbus ‘disease’.

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

  • HIV-associated tuberculosis on the rise: India TB Reportm HIV co-infection or co-morbidity with TB in India was nearly 50,000 out of a total 2,155,894 cases, according to the 2019 report, amounting to a …
  • ‘Ab Hind Banega Pakistan’: Event attended by Pakistani …, While its Facebook page was evidence enough for the kind of morbid hatred against India that the event would cater to, the organizers appear …
  • Billionaire Ken Fisher, who compared winning clients getting …,Life insurance is fundamentally hard to sell; it’s morbid to think about, promises no immediate rewards, and often requires a lengthy paper …
  • Winning Kashmir and Losing India, Anticipating outrage and protest, the Indian government placed the … of locals celebrate homegrown militancy with a morbid, cultish passion.
  • After dengue, Telangana prepares for swine flu, “If a patient has co-morbid conditions and is in high-risk category, such patients should be straight away shifted to Gandhi Hospital, Hyderabad …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Morbid

  • MORBID = MORTAL (deadly) + BITE (like of an insect) –> a deadly bite is unhealthy and disease related.
  • more+bed = more thoughts about dying on a bed

Morbid pronunciation

Contemporary

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Contemporary

  • (adj) living or occurring at the same time. “the event was recorded by a contemporary historian”
  • (adj) dating from the same time. “this series of paintings is contemporary with other works in an early style”
  • (adj) belonging to or occurring in the present. “the tension and complexities of our contemporary society”
  • (adj) following modern ideas in style or design. “contemporary ceramics by leading potters”
  • (adj) a person or thing living or existing at the same time as another. “he was a contemporary of Darwin”
  • (noun) a person of roughly the same age as another. “my contemporaries at school”

Contemporary meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • समकालीन, आधुनिक, समसामयिक, समकालीन व्यक्ति, समकालीन, समसामयिक

Contemporary origin

  • mid 17th century: from medieval Latin contemporarius, from con- ‘together with’ + tempustempor- ‘time’ (on the pattern of Latin contemporaneus and late Latin contemporalis ).pres

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

  • Power of Attorney: Zafaryab Jilani Has No Regrets on …, … Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid dispute was still a few years away from becoming a defining religiopolitical controversy in contemporary India.
  • Some Dominant Features of Contemporary India, There are some dominant features of the contemporary India that needs to be narrated to understand the nature and direction of change that …
  • Jaipur Rugs, Today the company creates contemporary works of art by … It has four retail stores in India in Mumbai, Delhi and two in Jaipur and it plans to …
  • Malayalam star Nivin Pauly on his latest film Moothon and … Any conversation about contemporary Malayalam cinema cannot … t2 chatted with Nivin on becoming Akbar, his pan-India connect and the …
  • Iffi 2019: Indian Panorama non-feature section to open with …, The Indian Panorama section showcases the best of contemporary Indian cinema. Altogether 26 feature films and 15 non-feature films will be …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Contemporary

  • ‘con’ means with and ‘temporary’ is something which exists only in the present. So contemporary is ‘with or belonging to the present’
  • Connected with time

Contemporary pronunciation

Peril

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Peril

  • (noun) serious and immediate danger. “you could well place us both in peril”
  • (noun) the dangers or difficulties that arise from a particular situation or activity. “she first witnessed the perils of pop stardom a decade ago”
  • (verb) expose to danger; threaten. “Jonathon perilled his life for love of David”

Peril meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • संकट, खतरनाक स्थिति, खतरा, जोखिम

Peril origin

  • Middle English: from Old French, from Latin peric(u)lum ‘danger’, from the base of experiri ‘to try’.

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

  • India: A Future in Peril, The Parivar is convinced that, with his characteristic decisiveness, Modi has set India firmly on the road to greatness. The prime minister is …
  • Legal Matters | The complex layers in the sedition case …, This presented the Opposition another opportunity to further drive home their point that democracy in India was in peril. It also united more …
  • Forests in peril as encroachers branch out, Squatters are taking over India’s precious green cover, which is already under peril from multiple threats, with Madhya Pradesh topping the list …
  • Cotton crop in peril in Maharashtra on increasing whiteflies …, The cotton crop in Maharashtra is facing whiteflies attacks and if enough attention is not provided by the State Government then the problem …
  • In the AI era, privacy and democracy are in peril, U.S. regulators should look to Europe and India’s models as two low-risk approaches to data protection. In a Washington Post article in …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Peril 

  • PERIL= i will remember it as RELIANCE INDIA LTD.(RIL) k ghar PE paise ka PER hai,so he can take RISK in the business.
  • Peril can be called as par+ill so being ill is dangerous par kya kare

Peril pronunciation

Refute

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Refute

  • (verb) prove (a statement or theory) to be wrong or false; disprove. “these claims have not been convincingly refuted”
  • (verb) prove that (someone) is wrong. “his voice challenging his audience to rise and refute him”
  • (verb) deny or contradict (a statement or accusation). “a spokesman totally refuted the allegation of bias”

Refute meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • खंडन करना, झूठा ठहराना, तर्क से असत्य ठहराना

Refute origin

  • mid 16th century : from Latin refutare ‘repel, rebut’.

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

  • Unions cry foul, refute HAL’s claims on wage hike, Refuting the company’s charge that their indefinite strike for wage hike … were not met,” All India HAL Trade Unions’ coordination committee …
  • A CRPF jawan said in a debate that Kanhaiya should be …, Here’s how her opponents refuted her …. #ViralVideo: Listen to this fiery speech by young CRPF cop warning India haters#IndiaFirst LIVE at …
  • Amazon and Flipkart refute violating FDI norms; CAIT eyes …, Both of the companies were summoned for the meeting by the department after a delegation of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) …
  • Cong refutes Corbyn’s claim on Kashmir ‘meeting’, distances …, New Delhi, Oct 10 (UNI) In a damage control exercise after coming under attack from the BJP over the meeting of the Indian Overseas …
  • J&K Police refute Amit Shah’s claim that Omar Abdullah …, In an exclusive interview to India Today, Shah said: “They [Mufti and Abdullah] are still in detention under the Public Safety Act.” The home …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Refute

  • refute rhymes with refuse, when you DISAPPROVE OF something, or if something is false or incorrect..you refute it or disapprove..
  • Refute can be considered as REFusing something to have trUTh or prove to be false/incorrect

Refute pronunciation

Toot

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Toot

  • (verb) a short, sharp sound made by a horn, trumpet, or similar instrument. “an accidental toot from the saxophonist”
  • a snort of a drug, especially cocaine. “he still likes a toot”
  • cocaine. “you won’t have me to supply you with free toot”
  • a spell of drinking and lively enjoyment; a spree. “a sales manager on a toot”
  • sound (a horn or similar) with a short, sharp sound. “an impatient motorist tooted a horn”
  • make a toot. “a car tooted at us”
  • snort (cocaine). “the drawbacks of tooting cocaine”

Toot meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • भोंपू, भोंपू बजाना, कोलाहपूर्ण मद्यपनोत्सव, गूंजना, भोंपू, सीटी, हार्न, हार्न बजाना

Toot origin

  • early 16th century: probably from Middle Low German tūten, but possibly an independent imitative formation.

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

  • Food is the star at Carnegie Hall’s TOOT festival, Taste of Our Towns (TOOT), a wildly popular street festival in downtown Lewisburg that benefits Carnegie Hall, is right around the corner.
  • Make like an Emmy nominee and toot your own horn, This Sunday night at the Emmy Awards, you’ll hear the name of Gwendoline Christie from “Game of Thrones” among the list of nominees for …
  • Farting and feminism: Old Greenwich author tells girls it’s OK …, As mothers of daughters, the sisters decided to write a children’s book, which they called “We Toot: A Feminist Fable About Farting,” illustrated …
  • Can I toot my own horn without being obnoxious?, The hustle was always real. Now, it’s in your face. Everywhere. You promote yourself at your workplace, on your LinkedIn or over an email.
  • Hey, Columbia: End The Band Ban, Columbia is serious about its band ban, warning students ominously that band members who tried to toot their horns at a game would be …

Toot pronunciation