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    abdicate

    abdicate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word abdicate

    Definition
    (verb) give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or duties and obligations
    Synonyms : renounce
    Example Sentence
    • The King abdicated when he married a divorcee
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for abdicate

ab+dicate dicate sounds like dictator. Dictator is an authoritarian ruler who has lot of power. To remember better,ab normal is opposite to normal.So,abdicate is opposite to dictator (ie)losing power.

ab(अब ) di (दी ) CAT which means in Hindi "now given up the cat", imagine you have a powerful cat and you given her to some one.

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ab (root ab means away as in abandon) + dic (dictatorship) + ate (to eat and hence reduce) : means to give away (or reduce) dictatorship and hence to give-up power.

"Ab nai dictate" means now u hav to giv up.

ab-di-ca-de

Lord Ram abdicated his kingdom for Bharath

dominique strauss khan abdicated the position of IMF head due to the rape charges

ab means away di for two ,and cate for cats .two cats on chair one force other cat to leave position so other leaves position i.e.abdicate

Rabdidevi in bihar wanted 2 become abdidevi by abdicating her throne to her husband Lalu.

abdicate's 1st part abdi=kabaddi(rhyme)(in hindi).when player cant stop breathing he "GIVES UP(RENOUNCE)" and he gets out..

abdicate contains 'decay' or reduction or give up

ab+di+cate=giveup(In hindi:ab de di cate(winslet) jo mere kabze me thi

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