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What is the meaning of Erotic?

What is the meaning of Eroticvideo

What is the meaning of Erotic? erot • ic BrE / ɪrɒtɪk / NAmE / ɪrɑtɪk / adjective word origin -mid 17th cent.: from French érotique, from Greek erōtikos, from erōs, erōt- ‘sexual love’. example - There were some overtly erotic scenes in the film. showing or involving sexual desire and pleasure; intended to make sb feel sexual desire erotic art an erotic fantasy erot • ic • al •...

Extensive-Word of the Day – EnglishGrammarian

Extensive-Word of the Day, Ablaze-Word of the Day, Aback-Word of the Day, WOTD, Word of the day

Extensive-Word of the Day Extensive ex • ten • sive BrE / ɪkstensɪv / NAmE / ɪkstensɪv / adjective 1 covering a large area; great in amount The house has extensive grounds. The fire caused extensive damage. She suffered extensive injuries in the accident. Extensive repair work is being carried out. an extensive range of wines 2 including or dealing with a wide range of information far-reaching Extensive research has been done into...

Article Exercise Basic English Grammar

Article Exercise Basic English Grammar

SUB: VERBAL TOPIC: GRAMMAR ARTICLES Complete the sentences. Use ‘a’, ‘an’, ‘the’ or no article(-). 1. _____ diplomat is _____ person who can tell you to go to hell in such a way that you actually look forward to _____ trip. Caskie Stinnett 2. _____ dog is _____ only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself. Josh Billings 3. _____ Americans like _____...

Aback-Word of the Day

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Aback-Word of the Day. Aback BrE / əbæk / NAmE / əbæk / adverb word origin: Old English on bæc, from a- ‘to, towards’ and back. The term came to be treated as a single word in nautical use. synonyms: Startle, Amaze, Stun, Astonish be taken aback (by sb/sth) to be shocked or surprised by sb/sth Examples: She was completely taken aback by his anger. He was taken aback momentarily,...

List Of All Prepositions with their multiple functions and Examples

List Of All Prepositions with their multiple functions and Examples

List Of All Prepositions with their multiple functions and Examples. Learn the below mentioned prepositions. In the Function column, I have mentioned what are the other roles of the word in sentences. If you have any question related to these propositions, please leave a comment. You can comment in the box available below the post. You can also send me an...

Pittance-Word of the Day

Pittance-Word of the Day

Pittance-Word of the Day PITTANCE pit • tance British English / pɪtns / North American English / pɪtns / noun Word Origin: Middle English: from Old French pitance, from medieval Latin pitantia, from Latin pietas ‘pity’. Meaning: a very small amount of money that sb receives, for example as a wage, and that is hardly enough to live on to pay sb a pittance to work for a pittance a very...

Diffident-Word of the Day – Vocabulary By Suniltams

Diffident-Word of the Day, Diffident - Word of the Day #WOTD

Diffident-Word of the Day   Diffident-Word of the Day dif • fi • dent BrE / dɪfɪdənt / NAmE / dɪfɪdənt / adjective ~ (about sth) not having much confidence in yourself; not wanting to talk about yourself shy a diffident manner/smile He was modest and diffident about his own success. dif • fi • dence / BrE dɪfɪdəns ; NAmE dɪfɪdəns / noun She overcame her natural diffidence and spoke...

Whim – Word of the Day

Whim-Word of the Day, Whim - Word of the Day

Whim-Word of the Day Whim-Word of the Day whim BrE / wɪm / NAmE / wɪm / noun Word Origin - late 17th cent.: of unknown origin. late 17th cent.: of unknown origin. a sudden wish to do or have sth, especially when it is sth unusual or unnecessary He was forced to pander to her every whim. We bought the house on a whim. My duties seem to change daily...

Word of the Day By Suniltams

Word of the Day By Suniltams

Word of the Day by Suniltams Learn a day every day and you will become perfect in Vocabulary in just 90 Days. It works like a magic if you frame at least one sentences with that new word. Believe me Word of the Day

Position of Adverbs – EnglishGrammarian.com

position of adverbs

Position of Adverbs If you want to know about adverbs. click on the below link: http://www.englishgrammarian.com/types-of-adverbs-and-their-position-in-the-sentences/ Qualifier of Manner (e.g.: gradually, painstakingly, outrageously) These qualifiers are put behind the immediate question (or behind the verb if there's no immediate protest). subject verb(s) direct object adverb He drove the car carefully. He drove carefully. Practice on verb modifiers of way Verb modifiers of Place (e.g.: here, there, behind, above) Like qualifiers of...

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