nae sənt [or] neI sənt
coming into being or starting to develop.
Since the cease-fire, people’s hearts have been filled with nascent hope for a complete end to the war.
pra mih n@nt
definition 1: clearly noticeable; obvious; conspicuous.
example: The advertisement was placed in a prominent position on the page.
definition 2: jutting out beyond a surface; protruding.
example: The nose is the most prominent feature on a person’s face.
definition: widely recognized; eminent.
example: He had been a prominent politician before the scandal.
a subtle quality or difference in tone, meaning, color, or the like; shade.
example: He didn’t grasp the man’s true intentions because he failed to understand the nuances of what he was saying.
synonyms: gradation, shade, shading, subtlety
definition 1: to know or feel sure of in advance; believe certain or likely to happen.
example: I expected that you would say something like that, so I came prepared.
example: After that embarrassing incident, the president’s resignation was expected.
example: I expected to find him at home at that hour.
definition 2: to consider as one’s due or as fitting or proper in a particular situation.
example: We expect a full explanation from you.
example: One expects quiet in a library.
example: Men were expected to take off their hats in the presence of a lady.
definition 3: to consider (someone) under obligation to do something, or to consider (something) obligatory; require.
example: They expect their children to carry on the family traditions.
example: How can the professor expect us to finish this by Friday?
example: Good behavior is expected of students at this school.
example: I expect that you will keep your room clean and pay your rent on time.
1. inclined to be merciful or forgiving; lenient.
He was a clement man, but this was beyond his ability to forgive.
2. not very hot, cold, or stormy; mild; temperate.
They took advantage of the clement weather.