"Ground Meaning In Bengali"
Ground (verb) - ভুমি,মাট, মাঠ, অবস্থ, কর্মক্ষেত্র, পটভূমি
Ground Meaning in Bengali. Ground শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Ground meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Ground".
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Ground Example in a sentence
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Example Sentences for ground
Hugh strode about the room in obvious perturbation, his eyes bent on the ground.
Praise cannot stoop, like satire, to the ground; The number may be hanged, but not be crowned.
Alexandra watched him anxiously; the cold was bitter enough on the ground.
"'Twas but a hole in the ground when I last saw it," he said.
Eric seized the curtain in his hand, rent it from its fastenings, and cast it on the ground.
I have made it the rule of my life, and it is the ground of my future 494hopes.
They were then to ground their arms and return to their encampments.
She did better when she reached the middle of the river, where the ice had been ground by the skates.
David shuddered, and crouched down on the ground as far as he could.
The Strawberry, who had been examining the ground, said, “Here is her foot again.”
Ground History and Origin
History of: Ground
Word Origin & History
ground O.E. grund "foundation, ground, surface of the earth," especially "bottom of the sea" (a sense preserved in run aground), from P.Gmc. *grundus, which seems to have meant "deep place" (cf. O.Fris. grund, Du. grond, Ger. Grund "ground, soil, bottom;" O.N. grunn "a shallow place, grund "field, plain," grunnr "bottom"). No known cognates outside Gmc. Sense of "reason, motive" first attested c.1200; electrical sense is from 1870. Grounds "residue at the bottom of a liquid" (mid-14c.) is perhaps from past tense of grind (q.v.). Meaning "deny privileges" is 1940s, originally a punishment meted ...out to pilots (in which sense it is attested from 1931). Ground-hog is attested from 1784; Ground Hog Day first recorded 1871, Amer.Eng. Groundwork (c.1550) is originally "the solid base on which a structure is built;" fig. sense is from 1550s. Groundling "theater patron in the pit" is from c.1600, from the beginning emblematic of bad or unsophisticated taste.
the solid surface of the earth; firm or dry land:
to fall to the ground.
earth or soil:
land having an indicated character:
. a tract of land appropriated to a special use:
picnic grounds; a hunting ground.
. the foundation or basis on which a belief or action rests; reason or cause:
grounds for dismissal.
subject for discussion; topic:
Sex education is forbidden ground in some school curricula.
rational or factual support for one's position or attitude, as in a debate or argument:
on firm ground; on shaky ground.
the main surface or background in painting, decorative work, lace, etc.
9. Fine Arts.
- a coating of some substance serving as a surface for paint, ink, or other media in art:
Lead white is a traditional ground for oil paintings.
- ground color (def 2).
(in perception) the background in a visual field, contrasted with the figure.
Also called etching ground
. an acid-resistant substance, composed of wax, gum, and resin in varying proportions, applied to the entire surface of an etching plate and through which the design is drawn with an etching needle.
dregs or sediment:
grounds, the gardens, lawn, etc., surrounding and belonging to a building.
Electricity. a conducting connection between an electric circuit or equipment and the earth or some other conducting body.
Nautical. the bottom of a body of water.
the earth's solid or liquid surface; land or water.
- a strip of wood to which woodwork can be attached, set flush with the plaster finish of a room.
- a strip of wood or length of corner bead used at an opening as a stop for plasterwork.
situated on or at, or adjacent to, the surface of the earth:
a ground attack.
pertaining to the ground.
operating on land:
to lay or set on the ground.
to place on a foundation; fix firmly; settle or establish; found.
to instruct in elements or first principles:
to ground students in science.
to furnish with a ground or background, as on decorative work.
to cover (wallpaper) with colors or other materials before printing.
Electricity. to establish a ground for (a circuit, device, etc.).
Nautical. to cause (a vessel) to run aground.
Aeronautics. to restrict (an aircraft or the like) to the ground because of bad weather, the unsatisfactory condition of the aircraft, etc.
to forbid (a pilot) to fly because of bad health, failure to comply with safety regulations, or the like.
to put out of action or make unable to participate:
The quarterback was grounded by a knee injury.
to restrict the activities, especially the social activities, of:
I can't go to the party—my parents have grounded me until my grades improve.
to come to or strike the ground.
ground out, Baseball. to be put out at first base after hitting a ground ball to the infield.
36. break ground,
- to plow.
- to begin excavation for a construction project.
- to begin upon or take preparatory measures for any undertaking.
37. cover ground,
- to pass or travel over a certain area.
- to make a certain amount of progress in dealing with a piece of work, subject, treatise, or the like:
He talked for two hours without covering much ground.
38. cut the ground from under,
to render (an argument, position, person, etc.) ineffective or invalid; refute:
It didn't require much effort to cut the ground from under that case.
39. from the ground up,
- gradually from the most elementary level to the highest level:
She learned the business from the ground up.
- extensively; thoroughly:
The professor knew his subject from the ground up.
40. gain ground,
- to make progress; advance.
- to gain approval or acceptance:
The case for air-pollution control is gaining ground throughout the country.
41. give ground,
to yield to force or forceful argument; retreat:
The disarmament talks reached an impasse when neither side would give ground on inspection proposals.
42. hold / stand one's ground,
to maintain one's position; be steadfast:
The referee stood his ground, though his decision was hotly contested by the crowd.
43. into the ground,
beyond a reasonable or necessary point:
You've stated your case, and you needn't run it into the ground.
44. lose ground,
- to retreat or be forced back.
- to lose one's advantage; suffer a reverse.
- to wane in popularity or acceptance; begin to fail:
Our candidate is losing ground in industrial areas.
45. off the ground, Informal.
into action or well under way:
The play never got off the ground.
on one's own ground, in an area or situation that one knows well.
47. on the ground,
at the place of interest or importance; actively engaged:
Minutes after the bank robbery reporters were on the ground to get the story.
shift ground, to change position in an argument or situation.
49. suit down to the ground,
to be perfectly satisfactory; please greatly:
This climate suits me down to the ground.
take the ground, Nautical. to become grounded at low water.
- into a den, burrow, shelter, or the like:
a fox gone to ground.
- into concealment or hiding:
Rather than take the witness stand, she went to ground in another country.