HinKhoj Dictionary

English Hindi Dictionary | अंग्रेज़ी हिन्दी शब्दकोश

Phrasal verbs

Bring up – to look after a child and to educate them
I was brought up by my grandparents.
Bump into someone – to meet someone without planning to
I bumped into Amit when I was in town.
Carry on – to continue
He carried on talking while I played video game.
Catch up (with) – to reach the same standard as someone else
I caught up with my schoolwork after I returned to school.
Check in – to show your ticket and other documents at the airport
We checked in at least two hours before the flight.
Cut down on – to eat less of something
Kunal is cutting down on fast food.

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Quote of the week

A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others.
एक सृजनशील व्यक्ति कुछ कर पाने की उम्मीद से प्रेरित होता है, दूसरों को होड़ में हराने की उम्मीद से नहीं।

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Antonyms for competitive exams

Boisterous (उपद्रवी) - Placid, Calm
Conspicuous (सुस्पष्ट) - Concealed, hidden
Camouflage (छलावरण) - Reveal
Censure (निंदा करना) - Praise, Acceptance
Derogatory (अपमानजनक) - Laudatory, appreciative

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Words to use instead of SORRY

My Apologies
Pardon Me
I Beg Your Pardon
Excuse Me
My Bad

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Synonyms for competitive exams

FAINTLY (adverb) - थोड़ा
slightly, vaguely, somewhat
MYRIAD (adjective) - असंख्य
innumerable, countless, infinite
PROVOCATIVE (adjective) - उत्तेजक
annoying, irritating, exasperating
TANGIBLE (adjective) - वास्तविक
palpable, tactile, material
IMPLICATION (noun) - निहितार्थ
suggestion, inference, insinuation
NAÏVE (adjective) - भोला-भाला
innocent, unsophisticated, artless

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