Word of the day – Dis

Dis Meaning – To insult someone (verb), or the insult itself (noun). Example – 1) Did you hear that? That guy dissed you ! 2) Don’t let me hear another dis out of your mouth, young man ! Etymology – ‘Dis’ is African-American slang, and comes from the word DISrespect. Krishna IAS An Academy to prepare for CLAT-Law Entrance Judicial Services Exams…

Word of the day – D’oh

Meaning – An exclamation that usually follows the sudden realization that you did something stupid. Examples – 1) Two plus two is five. D’oh! I mean four!   2) Call 9-1-1!What’s the number? D’oh! Etymology – Homer Simpson, the notorious cartoon family man, is given credit for popularizing this expression. Feel free to use it any time       …

Word of the day- Ditch

Meaning – To leave an unwanted person, place or thing behind; to get rid of something or someone. Example – 1) Terry ditched his girlfriend so he could go hang out with his friends. 2) When are you going to ditch that ugly old hat ? Etymology – A ‘ditch’ is a hole in the ground. The informal meaning of the word…

Word of the day- Dicey

Dicey Meaning – Risky, dangerous Example – 1) Getting into a fight with Tim is very dicey — he is a black belt in karate. Krishna IAS An Academy to prepare for CLAT-Law Entrance Judicial Services Exams & Civil Services: IAS-PCS-HCS-HAS SCO 161, CORNER SHOWROOM SECTOR 24D, Chandigarh 9988003622

Word of the day- Crib

Crib Meaning – Home or place of residence. Example – 1) I’ve got a great stereo system back at my crib. Etymology – A ‘crib’ is a bed for a baby. This phrase compares the comfort and security of a baby’s bed to one’s                               …

Word of the day- Creep

Creep Meaning – A weird or disturbing person; an annoying person. Example – 1) Some creep was bothering me last night at the party. 2) I hate it when my little brother follows us around. He’s such a creep ! Etymology – To collapse from exhaustion or fatigue; to get rest. Synonyms – jerk Krishna IAS An Academy to prepare for CLAT-Law Entrance…