Artefact

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Artefact

  • (noun) an object made by a human being, typically one of cultural or historical interest. “gold and silver artefacts”
  • (noun) something observed in a scientific investigation or experiment that is not naturally present but occurs as a result of the preparative or investigative procedure. “the curvature of the surface is an artefact of the wide-angle view”

Artefact meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • शिल्पकृति, प्राचीन कला कृति

Artefact origin

  • early 19th century: from Latin arte ‘by or using art’ + factum ‘something made’ (neuter past participle of facere ‘make’)

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

  • Own an artefact? Get a government tag and sell, According to sources, the Ministry of Culture will invite people to bring their artefacts to the government centres, after which the authenticity of …
  • CAMPA funds should be used to conserve nature, Recently, Forest Survey of India (FSI) released its biennial State of … in forest area but is the artefact of increase in agricultural green cover.
  • In J&K Valley, proceed with humility, humanity, The people of J&K are flesh-and-blood citizens of our country. They are not some mechanical artefact outside the democratic fabric of India.
  • How Kargil won itself back, India was at war with Pakistan and Drass, Mushkoh, Kargil and …. with the community for three years to curate artefacts and restore the space.
  • ASI identifies Indian artefacts seized from smuggler Subhash Kapoor, From idols dating back to the Gupta period (5th-6th Century AD) to terracotta objects of the Harappan culture, a range of Indian antiquities and …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Artefact 

  • art +factory–man made factory of art
  • “anything made by human skill,” from arte “by skill” + factum “thing made”

Artefact pronunciation


Mince

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Mince 

  • (verb) cut up (food, especially meat) into very small pieces, typically in a machine. “minced beef”
  • (verb) walk with short quick steps in an affectedly dainty manner. “there were plenty of secretaries mincing about”
  • (noun) minced meat, especially beef. “stir in the mince and fry until browned”

Mince meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • छोटा छोटा काटना, ठुमक कर चलना, कीमा बनाना, कीमा

Mince origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French mincier, based on Latin minutia ‘smallness’

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

  • Kashmir crisis: Why China is so important to Pakistan vs India dispute, Several scuffles have taken place at the border in the past, and Hua Chunying didn’t mince her words when condemning India’s move which …
  • Angry Rahul Bajaj criticises Centre for falling demand, private …, The 81 year-old billionaire businessman did not mince words while … World Bank expects India’s economy to grow 7.5 percent this fiscal, …
  • Ravi Shastri likely to remain Team India coach, MUMBAI: Ravi Shastri, the present head coach of the Indian … Virat didn’t even mince words when asked about this the other day,” those in the …
  • Kashmiri students in Calcutta cut off and let down, Students from Kashmir in the city did not mince words in expressing their anger at the turn of events, though their immediate concern was the …
  • The evergreen college canteens, “The mince cutlets will always be a classic dish. … since 1981, says, “There’s something for every student here from continental, to South Indian.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Mince 

  • mincesounds like mice which takes tiny steps to go anywhere and nce(nice)or speak nicely or carefuly to larger people
  • mince – mice running.. bcoz she is small her steps r small too.. n she is swift ( SMALL steps + SWIFT)

Mince pronunciation


Abolish

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Abolish 

  • (verb) formally put an end to (a system, practice, or institution). “the tax was abolished in 1977”

Abolish meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • हटाना, नामो निशान मिटा देना, उन्मूलन करना, उठा देना, समाप्त करना

Abolish origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French aboliss-, lengthened stem of abolir, from Latin abolere ‘destroy’.

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

  • How Sushma Swaraj realised her 1996 dream of abolishing Article …, Days after the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government collapsed after a 16-day run in 1996, a young Sushma Swaraj gave a fiery speech in Lok …
  • Centre issues notification to abolish Himachal Pradesh administration …, SHIMLA: The government of India on Friday issued a notification for the abolition of HP State Administrative Tribunal. The state government …
  • How Did The Privy Purse Help To Integrate India After 1947?, On 5th September 1970, a bill to abolish the practice of Privy Purses in India lost by one vote to reach the one-third majority in Rajya Sabha. Simultaneously, the …
  • Abolish M-Forms before poll: Pandits … Youth All India Kashmiri Samaj has urged the Election Commission of India (EC) to abolish the M-Form …
  • Two Nuclear-Armed States Accuse India of Harming Sovereignty, India’s move to abolish the decades-long autonomy of Kashmir has drawn strong reaction from its neighbors, with China accusing New Delhi of …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Abolish 

  • sounds sumwhat similar to demolish..which means put an end of sumthing
  • abolish is similar to abort.Meaning of abort is to stop the development of a baby.Thus the meaning “End something” or “Put to an end”.

Abolish pronunciation


Delve

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Delve

  • (verb) reach inside a receptacle and search for something. “she delved in her pocket”
  • (verb) research or make painstaking inquiries into something. “the society is determined to delve deeper into the matter”
  • (verb) dig; excavate. “when Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman?”

Delve meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • गहन शोध करना, खूब छानबीन करना, खोजना, उलट-पुलटकर ढूंढ़ना, खोदना, तल्लीन करना

Delve origin

  • Old English delfan ‘dig’, of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch delve.

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

  • Sonia shattered the perception that foreigners cannot lead the Indian …, Back in 1998, Vaiju Naravane, a veteran Indian journalist, travelled to the … in Indian politics, and Naravane wanted to delve into her childhood …
  • India Ends Kashmir Autonomy, Massacres Rock US: Weekend Reads, Delve into these and other stories about the top events in the past seven days with the latest edition of Weekend Reads. Click here for more of …
  • Culinary unity: Ideas and recipes behind many Indian dishes, are in …, That we have a range of such dishes that unite India means our cuisine is … The more you delve into the history of Indian cuisines the more you …
  • Delhi court convicts man for bursting non-green crackers, … contain harmful chemicals, which are termed ‘green crackers’, and the Union of India was asked to delve on the subject”. As per court records …
  • Smashing Stereotypes: At 14, She Was India’s Youngest Female Dhol …, Are you a lover of history and tradition? Want to delve into forgotten ancient games of India? Check options here.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Delve

  • delve sounds like shelves..you delve out the shelves for your girlfriends photo..
  • Sounds like Dell. My Dell machine is crashed. Now I want to INVESTIGATE why it is crashed?

Delve pronunciation


Fascism

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Fascism

  • a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)

Fascism meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • सामवाद विरोधी मत, फासिस्टवाद, फ़ैसिस्टवाद, फासिज्म, फासिस्टवाद

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

  • Pakistan PM Imran Khan calls BJP fascist moments before PM Modi’s …, Pakistan on Thursday called the ruling Indian party BJP a fascist regime in a tweet warning of violence in Kashmir. Imran Khan’s tweets came …
  • Analysing Fascism and other phrases thrown around these days, By Jaspal Singh. A young man, an undergraduate student has written and asked me, “Uncle what is Fascism? Some people in India and …
  • Clear-Cut Policy to counter Modi’s Fascist & Racist Policies- Senate …, A panel of the State, on Friday, called for a “clear-cut policy” to counter the fascist ideology of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and has …
  • Why We Have Reason To Worry About The Deadly Signs Of Fascism, Below are some of the early signs of Fascism as coined by Umberto Eco: … During the last five years with the Indian government has been led …
  • Food fascism: The table has been set, … even that wouldn’t hold, because even a hundred years ago food fascism or “culinary apartheid” was very much a thing and not just in India.

Fascism pronunciation