Linger

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Linger

  • (verb) stay in a place longer than necessary because of a reluctance to leave. “she lingered in the yard, enjoying the warm sunshine”
  • (verb) spend a long time over (something). “she lingered over her meal”
  • (verb) be slow to disappear or die. “the tradition seems to linger on”

Linger meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • धीमे से करना, टिका रहना,घसिटते रहना, ठहरा रहना, रुका रहना, ठहराना, जैसे-तैसे बिताना, ठहराना, देर तक ठहरना, विलंब करना, विलंबित करना

Linger origin

  • Middle English (in the sense ‘dwell, abide’): frequentative of obsolete leng ‘prolong’, of Germanic origin; related to German längen ‘make long(er)’, also to long1.

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

  • What Kashmir teaches about mutual mistrust, The truth is, many Indian Muslims did not identify with the freedom … of the India-Pakistan partition, the after effects of which continue to linger, …
  • Memories of 2009 attack still linger; 10 Lankan players opt out of Pak tour … India revoked the special status accorded to the region in August.
  • Southern Summer, Indian Charm, Summer in the South East lingers on like an old friend. Fall waits patiently to move in. Winter is a distant dream in books about Christmas, and …
  • How much more stress is left for Indian stock markets, In dollar terms, the MSCI India index has undershot the MSCI EM index since the start of … So the current weakness could linger for a long time.
  • NYC Cricket Team Grapples With Escalating Tension in Kashmir, Most of the players are immigrants from India or Pakistan, where cricket … Still, there are underlying differences that linger as an integral part of …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Linger

  • Linger— Ginger… the taste of ginger is still present in my tongue although its slowly leaving
  • sounds like lingerie(fashion show)where models walk for a long time on ramp ans they never want to leave it

Linger pronunciation


Provident

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Provident

  • (adj) making or indicative of timely preparation for the future.
    “she had learned to be provident”

Provident meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • दूरदर्शी, मितव्ययी, सौभाग्यपूर्ण, दैवकृत,भविष्य निधि,भगवन की दया से, मिट्र संघ

Provident origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin provident- ‘foreseeing, attending to’, from the verb providere (see provide).

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

  • India: India’s Provident Fund Law: Proposed Amendments …, Definition of ‘wages’ to be aligned with the Code on Wages, 2019; Flexibility to be provided to fix varying rates of provident fund contributions …
  • India: Latest Directions By The Employees Provident Fund …, India: Latest Directions By The Employees Provident Fund Department Governing Inspection / Investigation Notices To Establishments.
  • India: Proposal To Amend The Employees’ Provident Fund …, The Ministry of Labour and Employment (the “Ministry”) has proposed to amend the Employees’ Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions …
  • Provident Fund (PF) Withdrawal Rules 2019, The main objective behind the employees’ provident fund (EPF) account is to cultivate savings habit among the salaried-class people.
  • Take home salaries in India may rise at the cost of employee …, As of now, both the employers and the employees each contribute 12% of the salary to the Employee Provident Fund Organisation; The …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Provident

  • to remember this, think about ‘LIC PROVIDENT FUND POLICY’which is kept for future use.
  • Provident=Providing Prudently.

Provident pronunciation


Phalanx

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Phalanx

  • (noun) a body of troops or police officers standing or moving in close formation. “six hundred marchers set off, led by a phalanx of police”
  • (noun) a group of people or things of a similar type forming a compact body. “he headed past the phalanx of waiting reporters to the line of limos”
  • (noun) (in ancient Greece) a body of Macedonian infantry drawn up in close order with shields touching and long spears overlapping.
  • (noun) a bone of the finger or toe.

Phalanx meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • व्यूह, संघटित दल, जत्था, झुंड, पंक्ति, व्यूह

Phalanx origin

  • mid 16th century (denoting a body of Macedonian infantry): via Latin from Greek.

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

  • Saaho box office collection Day 10: Prabhas’ film earns over …, While it is performing well worldwide and in south India, its Hindi ….. things at tattooed guys built like trucks, and mowing down a phalanx of …
  • Space century, It is only proper that the Indian Space Research Organisation … a phalanx of his followers whose capabilities even surpassed his own on …
  • Violent Hong Kong Protests Meet Violent Police Response, Videos aired and shared online showed officers snagging a few people, as a phalanx of police charged a train car, whipping and beating …
  • Demise of titans no decline of party?, On the contrary, the Indian National Congress, which also lost a phalanx of popular leaders in the past is unable to provide successful …
  • He knew which way the wind was blowing, … competent and successful phalanx of leaders when he helmed the party … coalesced Hindu sentiments for the first time in Independent India.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Phalanx

  • or obse(ssed)-Qui( yes in frech)-ous=always obsessed with saying yes to it all
  • ob + SEQUI + ous .. sequi means sequence where one thing “follows” the other.. and servants follow what their masters say..

Phalanx pronunciation


Atrocity

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Atrocity

  • (noun) an extremely wicked or cruel act, typically one involving physical violence or injury. “a textbook which detailed war atrocities”
  • (noun) a highly unpleasant or distasteful object. “atrocities in cheap red nylon”

Atrocity meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • अत्याचार, नृशंसता, अति पाप, क्रूरता, अतिदुष्ट व्यवहार, उद्दंडता, क्रूरता, नृशंसता

Atrocity origin

  • mid 16th century (in the sense ‘cruelty’): from French atrocité or Latin atrocitas, from atroxatroc- ‘cruel’.

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

  • 100 Years Ago | 7 September 2019, Little by little this kind of atrocity committed under the guise of official sanction must be made as impossible in India as, for fifty years at any rate, …
  • Not much to celebrate on 15 August owing to atrocities in …, On the occasion of India’s 73rd Independence Day, various political … miles away it’s clear that what’s happening in Kashmir is an atrocity.
  • Old video of youth allegedly beaten by Indian army men viral …, A video where army men can be seen brutally thrashing a man is viral on social media with the claim that the atrocity is taking place in Kashmir.
  • What Reporting On The Begusarai Dalit Atrocity Case Has Told Me About The … media avoids because it does not suit their Dalit atrocity narrative. ….. to fact check and counter malicious fake news being spread about India.
  • Uttar Pradesh government is committing atrocity: Azam Khan …, Samajwadi Party (SP) leader Azam Khan on Monday said that the state government is committing an “atrocity” to win the upcoming bypolls in …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Atrocity 

  • divide it like.atro(sounds like metro)+city …and we always get the news of brutel and cruel behaviour ..from METRO (ATRO)CITIES…
  • Remember TROY-CITY, if have seen the Hollywood movie Troy, you can remember this easily.In Troy, Greek destroyed everything,killed thousands of unarmed man,children etc

Atrocity pronunciation


Jaunty

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Jaunty

  • (adj) having or expressing a lively, cheerful, and self-confident manner. “there was no mistaking that jaunty walk”

Jaunty meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • जिन्दादिल, मस्ती भरा, बाँका, खुदराय, प्रफुल्ल, बिना अनुमति का, बिना इजाजत का, ख़ुशदिल, ज़िंदादिल

Jaunty origin

  • mid 17th century (in the sense ‘well-bred, genteel’): from French gentil (see gentle1genteel).

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

  • For the first time in 16 years, am celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi …, … the season of celebrations and festivities mark their onset in India. … sought blessings from Lord Ganesh and had a jaunty time with each …
  • Down in Jungleland: Hello, Sunshine, He sports a jaunty, forward pointing crest and has a “chinstrap” … This cheerful clan can be found nearly all over India, even in noisy cities and …
  • The man in the jazzy blue suit, Yengde is in India this month to promote his new book, Caste Matters, which … He is a jaunty dresser—his interest in adopting the suit was also …
  • The great push that jaunty music can give your high-intensity …, Cuing up some Calvin Harris or Macklemore during short, intense workouts might change how we feel about the exercise, according to a useful …
  • he 6 Most Iconic Works by Banksy, … like jaunty horses, vivid tropical birds, and slick sea creatures. … while the rest ships overseas, often to China, India, Russia, and Japan.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Jaunty

  • remember Jonty Rhodes of the South Africa cricket team who dives carefree while fielding
  • SAME ….LIKE THE ABOVE ONE..JAYA aunty ..is a cheerful and pleasant lady.

Jaunty pronunciation