Physics is the scientific study of forces such as heat, light, sound, pressure, gravity, and electricity.The scientific revolution consisted of new knowledge, particularly about physics and astronomy but also about biology and chemistry.
2. क्या तुम तैयार हो ►kya tum tyaar ho► Are you ready? Or you also can say only Ready?
3. अपने आप को सम्भालो ►kya tum tyaar ho► Brace your self or you also can say behave your self, control your self, or just control.
3. चलो अब चले ►chalo ab chale► Let’s go
4. तुम कल कहाँ गए थे ►kal tum kaha gaye the ► Where were you yesterday
5. मैंने तुमसे कुछ कहा था ►main tumse kuch kaha tha► I told you something
6. आपकी समझ में क्यों नहीं आता ►aapki ki samajh me kyo nahi aata► why You don’t understand
1. automagically adv. Automatically in a way that seems magical.
2. bargainous adj. Costing less than expected.
3. big media n. Primary mass communication sources, e.g., TV and the press.
4. bromance n. Close platonic male friendship.
5. buzzkill n. Person or thing that has a depressing effect.
6. carbon credit n. Permit allowing a certain amount of carbon dioxide emissions.
7. carbon offsetting n. Counteraction of CO2 emissions with a corresponding reduction.
8. catastrophize v. To present a situation as worse than it is.
9. cheeseball adj. Lacking taste or style.
10. chillax v. To calm down and relax.
11. cool hunter n. One who predicts new styles and trends.
12. cougar n. Older woman who dates younger men.
13. eggcorn n. Logical swap of words with similar sounds (from "egg corn" for "acorn").
14. exit strategy n. Planned means of extricating oneself from a situation.
15. flash mob n. Brief gathering for a common purpose, announced by e-mail or text.
16. flyover states n. [derogatory] Central regions of the U.S.
17. frenemy n. Friend with whom one has frequent conflict.
18. friend v. To add to a list of personal associates on a website.
19. gal pal n. Female friend.
20. green audit n. Analysis of a business' environmental impact.
21. green-collar adj. Of or relating to workers in the environmentalist business sector.
22. hater n. Negative person.
23. heart v. To like very much; love.
24. homeshoring n. Moving jobs to employees' homes (from "offshoring").
25. hypermiling n. Altering a car to maximize its fuel economy.
26. LBD n. Little black dress.
27. locavore n. One who primarily eats locally grown food.
28. matchy-matchy adj. Excessively color-coordinated.
29. megachurch n. Huge church congregation, typically evangelical Christian.
30. meme n. Image, video or phrase passed electronically on the Internet.
31. microblog v. To post very short entries on a blog.
32. overleveraged adj. Having taken on too much debt.
33. own v. To utterly defeat or humiliate.
34. paywall n. Arrangement whereby website access is restricted to paying users only.
35. pimp v. To make something more showy or impressive.
36. riff v. To expound on a particular subject.
37. rock v. To do something in a confident, flamboyant way.
38. sheeple n. Unquestioning followers (from "sheep" + "people").
39. social media n. Websites and applications used for social networking.
40. soft skills n. Attributes that enable someone to interact harmoniously with others.
41. staycation n. Vacation spent at home.
42. toxic debt n. Debt that has a high risk of default.
43. truthiness n. Quality of seeming true.
44. turducken n. Roast of a chicken inside a duck inside a turkey.
45. tweet n. Posting made on the social networking site Twitter.
46. unfriend v. To remove from a list of personal associates on a website.
47. viral adj. Circulating rapidly on the Internet.
48. vuvuzela n. Long horn blown by fans at soccer matches.
49. webisode n. Episode or short film made for viewing online.
50. zombie bank n. Insolvent bank that survives through government support.
Please mark as Branliest
but which sentence i have to translate???
matk me as brainliest plz
hindi meaning is sahiba
english meaning is mistress or ma'am.
In English, Sahiba means A Lady and in hindi it means साहिबा।
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levers were first described by the ancient greek mathematician in means that a class 3 lever does not have the mechanical advantage of a d1 = distance from fulcrum to weight f = 60 lbs