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sounds like hindi word makbara....and its made over the place where people are either buried or burnt.....and for me its a ghastly place..that I would never like to go to....
Sounds like massacre..which means "excessive killing of many people"..and which also represents death
makbara :to move around makbara in night is a horrified act
ma+cabre...watching cabre is horrible,gruesome and disgusting.
Maha + Kabre = Kabbars are gruesome Another mnemonic can be mocambo who gives horrifying deaths to innocents
MACABRE = Ma went to cabre for money this is a horifying situation abt poverty.
look like ma + cabret. if you saw your mother doing cabret in old hindi move, it would be "horrifying" and would scar you for life :)
macerate sounds like marinate. Marinating chicken or paneer in spices and masala to make them tender. If you over do it , you will end up spoiling it !
MACERATE is like MASTICATE - we chew food, allow the glands (liquid) to soak the food.
(Macerate = Mess + rate)Mess food is hard to eat, so mess owners are doing a tact. They are providing the soft food by keeping it in liquid that results in increase of mess rate.
macerate means mice is soaked in liquid to soften and then sold at a very wasteful(waste away) prices
macerate badam and pista for making of kheer
MICE ka RATE ghatane ke liye soft paneer lagana padta hai trap mein - sookhi roti se kuch nhi hota !!
mace(make)+rate......to increase the making rate of rajma, chole we first soft these by soaking in water
mac + rates...........mac(apple laptop) are just SOAKING my pocket....and also the liquid of my body.
MASCIRATE = MAS-CI-R-ATE = MASS REDUCED. HOW?? SOAKING OR THROUGH EMASCIATION
MADRIGAL rhymes with married girl..so a PASTORAL SONG was sung for the married girl.
Mad girl's will sing a song in regal theater.
all sisters singing for married girl
Madrid + gal (Skt) Gal refers to voice/throat. Madrid has a lot of population. So, Madrigal means many people singing together
madrigal: ma + d + ri + ga are swaras in music. so it's related to singing. L stands for a LOT of people. so, its a lot of people singing.
madrigal = madri (married) + gal (girl); The song sang at marriage of a girl.
maladroit== mal (bad) + adroit(skillful) therefore maladroit means person having no skill, he musta be clumsy.
this mnemonic is in hindi....as this word sound like..mala+ad(aaj)+roi+t........mala aaj roi thi because her boss scolded her for not working skillfully and carefully
mala +droit( its a french word for right hand ...)and right hand people are considered as skillful and clever........so mala is droit girl.
ADROIT means skilful but if a person is not skilled he is a MALADROIT.
mal(means bad at doing something)+adroit(means skilled) = Not skilled.
mal(means bad, not good (of condition)+aise(sounds like ease)....and someone who is not at ease is one who is feeling ill
Think of malaria
mal hai tu... always making me uneasy. Mal hai tu!!!
Malai - se; you go to a function and eat a lot of malai dar things and then u feel uneasiness and vague feeling of ill health!
Malaise in mind when wearing maile(dirty) se clothes.
Malaise- AALAS aalas lagta hai means dull dul whn some one is feel ill. so malaise = uneasiness or vague feeling of ill health.
Mrs Malaprop was a very famous character of an english play "The Rivals" where she misuses words, creating a comical effect.
MALEDICTION=MAL+DICTION. MAL means 'evil or ill' and DICTUM is 'saying'. So to say something evil is to CURSE.
male+(edict..sounds simillar to addict)....and imagine a situation where there is only one male in family who earns and if he becomes addicted to all bad habits like gambling,robbery,and alcoholism......he is curse on the family and society
living in a male dominated country is like a curse
male+dictionary has curses is in it. similarly, 1) malefactor=male has criminal factor in him 2) malevolent=male is voilent(evil) sry!It was just to remember
mal(bad)+ediction(addiction)...hence any bad addiction is a CURSE by god..or some1
MAL means evil & DICTION means to speak, thus evil speak = MALEDICTION
Opposite of BENEDICTION (i.e blessing) .....so this MALEDICTION is curse.
Sounds like MAL FEES ANCE What do we mean by it if we say MAL FEES?? Certainly its a bribe. So Malfeasance means officials indulged in taking bribes, a misconduct.
feasance=performance of an act (or feasibility=possible) mal = bad so, overall meaning is "wrong doing" or "possibly wrong"
malfeasance = male+ feast. i.e in the FEAST OF MAN ONLY,they will surely do SOMETHING WRONG.
Ma linger= child lingering around her mom to avoid going to school.
Malinga feigned illness to avoid bowling to Tendulkar
mali+inger(sounds like injure)(p.s MY MALI IS INDER :)))))),.......my mali got injured yesterday while working... so today he is feigning illness and refused to come
'linger' is to hang around, 'malinger' is to skulk and hang around, and 'malingerer' is one who skulks and hangs around.
Players like M.Vijay would rather fake illness than face players like MALINGA
linger is to hang around, lingerer is someone that hangs around, malingerer is someone that doesn't like to hang around at work
mal ( disease ) + loiter (wander aimlessly) ... that is you are running away from your duty
manacle sounds like ankle or shackle , so my ankle got trapped therefore restrained from doing something.
man + nacle = a man was selling nacle(fake) goods. so police has given him the CUFF.
manacle as noun mean Hathkadi(police walli) ... so hathkadi pahne ke baad i am restrain frm doing anything
MANACLE = MANO+SHACKLE. MANACLES are SHACKLES for your hands(MANOS in Spanish).
man(=hand) + obstACLE = manacle, so..we are restrained if our hands are not free...
Manicure- ladies have it to keep their hands beautiful. Manacle is to tie the hands together.