Meaning of Guessed

Meaning of Guessed

Verb:guess

Expect to be true; believe

Example 1:“I guess she is angry at me for standing her up”

Put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation

Example 2:“I am guessing that the price of real estate will rise again”

Form an estimate of (quantities or time)

Guess correctly; solve by guessing

Example 3:“He guessed the right number of beans in the jar and won the prize”

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Meaning of Widely

Meaning of Widely

Adverb:Widely

To a great degree

Example 1:“her work is widely known”

To or over a great extent or range; far

Example 2:“he traveled widely”

So as to leave much space or distance between

Example 3:“widely separated”

Meaning of Beginning

Meaning of Beginning

Noun:Beginning

The event consisting of the start of something

Example 1:“the beginning of the war”

The time when something begins

Example 2:“she knew from the beginning that he was the man for her”

The first part or section of something

Example 3:“‘It was a dark and stormy night’ is a hackneyed beginning for a story”

The place where something begins, where it springs into being

Example 4:“the Italian beginning of the Renaissance”

The act of starting something

Example 5:“he was responsible for the beginning of negotiations”

Adjective:Beginning

Of or relating to the initial or early part of something

Example 1:“the beginning canto of the poem”

Verb:Begin(Began,Begun,Beginning)

Take the first step or steps in carrying out an action

Example 1:“We began working at dawn”; “The first tourists began to arrive in Cambodia”; “He began early in the day”

Have a beginning, in a temporal, spatial, or evaluative sense

Example 2:“The DMZ begins right over the hill”; “The second movement begins after the Allegro”

Set in motion, cause to start

Example 3:“The Iraqis began hostilities”; “begin a new chapter in your life”

Start speaking or saying

Example 4:“‘Now listen, friends,’ he began”

Be the first item or point, constitute the beginning or start, come first in a series

Example 5:“The number ‘one’ begins the sequence”; “A terrible murder begins the novel”; “The convocation ceremony officially begins the semester”

Have a beginning, of a temporal event

Example 6:“WW II began in 1939 when Hitler marched into Poland”; “The company’s Asia tour begins next month”

Have a beginning characterized in some specified way

Example 7:“My property begins with the three maple trees”; “Her day begins with a workout”; “The semester begins with a convocation ceremony”; “The novel begins with a murder”

Begin an event that is implied and limited by the nature or inherent function of the direct object

Example 8:“begin a cigar”

Achieve or accomplish in the least degree, usually used in the negative

Example 9:“This economic measure doesn’t even begin to deal with the problem of inflation”; “You cannot even begin to understand the problem we had to deal with during the war”

Begin to speak, understand, read, and write a language

Meaning of Really

Meaning of Really

Verb:Really

In accordance with truth, fact or reality

Example 1:“they don’t really listen to us”

In actual fact

Example 2:“to be nominally but not really independent”

(used as an intensifier or sentence modifier) in fact

Example 3:”really, you shouldn’t have done it”

Used as an intensifier

Example 4:“a really enjoyable evening”

Interjection:Really

Expression of doubtful interest or surprise

 

Meaning of Excited

Meaning of Excited

Adjective:Excited

(of persons) excessively affected by emotion

Example 1:“he would become excited over nothing at all”

In an aroused state

Marked by uncontrolled excitement or emotion

Example 2:“a crowd of excited baseball fans”

(of e.g. a molecule) made reactive or more reactive

Verb:Excite

Arouse or elicit a feeling

Act as a stimulant

Example 3:“The book excited her imagination”

Arouse feelings in

Example 4:“excite the audience”

Cause to be agitated, excited, or roused

Stimulate sexually

Example 5:“This movie usually excites the male audience”

Excite the feelings or emotions of; disturb the peace of

Example 6:“These stories excited the community”

Raise to a higher energy level

Example 7:“excite the atoms”

Produce a magnetic field in

Example8:”excite the neurons”

Meaning of Satisfied

Meaning of Satisfied

Adjective:satisfied

Filled with satisfaction

Example 1:”a satisfied customer”

Allayed

Example 2:“his thirst satisfied he was able to continue”

Verb:Satisfy

Meet the requirements or expectations of

Make happy or satisfied

Obtain something that is wanted or needed

Meaning of Upset

Meaning of Upset

Verb:Upset(Upset,Upsetting)

Disturb the balance or stability of

Example 1:“The hostile talks upset the peaceful relations between the two countries”

Cause to lose one’s composure

Example 2:“Persons frequently employ falsehoods to a sick man who cannot recover, lest it should upset his mind”

Cause profound worry; make to feel uncomfortable or anxious

Example 3:“This book upset me”

Cause to overturn from an upright or normal position

Example 4:“the clumsy customer upset the vase”

Form metals with a swage

Defeat suddenly and unexpectedly

Example 5:“The foreign team upset the local team”

Adjective:Upset

Afflicted with or marked by anxious uneasiness or trouble or grief

Example 1:“too upset to say anything”

Thrown into a state of disarray or confusion

Example 2:“with everything so upset”

Used of an unexpected defeat of a team favored to win

Example 3:“the Bills’ upset victory over the Houston Oilers”

Mildly physically distressed

Example 4:“an upset stomach”

Having been turned so that the bottom is no longer the bottom

Example 5:“the upset pitcher of milk”

Noun:Upset

An unhappy and worried mental state

Example 1:“she didn’t realize the upset she caused me”

The act of disturbing the mind or body

Example 2:“his carelessness could have caused an ecological upset”

A physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning

Example 3:“everyone gets stomach upsets from time to time”

A tool used to thicken or spread metal (the end of a bar or a rivet etc.) by forging or hammering or swaging

The act of upsetting something

Example 4:“he was badly bruised by the upset of his sled at a high speed”

An improbable and unexpected victory

Example 5:“the biggest upset since David beat Goliath”