Scaffold Meaning in Hindi

Verb

  1. 1. के चारों ओर मचान बनाना (p. ke charon or machan banana )

Noun

  1. 1. मचान (p. machan )
  2. 2. पाड़ (p. paDD )
  3. 3. प्राणदण्ड स्थल (p. praNadaND sthal )
  4. 4. फाँसी का तख्ता (p. phaNasi ka takhta )
  5. 5. टिकठी (p. TikaThi )

Scaffold Definitions and Meaning in English

  1. 1. Provide with a scaffold for support
Usage

1. scaffold the building before painting it

Hypernyms

Scaffold Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "so many that had died on the scaffold and many more to die including, though she did not know it then, her own son."
- Edna O'Brien, The Light of Evening

2. "Idealists and reformers all become executioners in their turn. The road to utopia ends with the steps of the scaffold, the endless moment of the guillotine."
- Grant Morrison, The Invisibles

3. "Reading builds a scaffold of vocabulary and word associations that facilitate learning new information. It improves your brain processing speed for text because you have more rapid comprehension."
- Peter Rogers, Straight A at Stanford and on to Harvard

4. "The scaffold is the accomplice of the executioner; it devours, it eats flesh, it drinks blood; the scaffold is a sort of monster fabricated by the judge and the carpenter, a spectre which seems to live with a horrible vitality composed of all the death which it has inflicted."
- Victor Hugo, Les Misérables

5. "Thus physics, chemistry, biology, anthropology, sociology, history, the arts all interpenetrate each other and cohere if considered as a single convergent study. The physical studies scaffold our understanding of the life sciences, which scaffold our understanding of the human sciences, which scaffold the humanities, which scaffold the arts: and here we stand. What then is the totality? What do we call it? Can there be a study of the totality? Do history, philosophy, cosmology, science, and literature each claim to constitute the totality, an unexpandable horizon beyond which we cannot think? Could a strong discipline be defined as one that has a vision of totality and claims to encompass all the rest? And are they all wrong to do so?"
- Kim Stanley Robinson, 2312

6. "Without reflecting that this is the only moment in which you can study character," said the count; "on the steps of the scaffold death tears off the mask that has been worn through life, and the real visage is disclosed."
- Alexandre Dumas, The Count of Monte Cristo

7. "Hadst thou sought the whole earth over," said he, looking darkly at the clergyman, "there was no place so secret- no high place nor lowly place, where thou couldst have escaped me,- save on this very scaffold!"
- Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter

8. "They are saying that if life has a structure, a staff, a sensible scaffold, we hang our nonsense on it. And they are saying that broken parts add color and music to the staff of life."
- E.L. Konigsburg, The Outcasts of 19 Schuyler Place

9. "all those upon whom it was bestowed, inevitably found that there was a curse upon it, for they were all either led to the scaffold, or sunk to the lowest and the most abject misery."
- John William Polidori, The Vampyre; a Tale

10. "the success of creation spaces can be traced back to careful design at the outset by a small group of people who were very thoughtful about the conditions required to foster or scaffold scalable collaboration, learning, and performance improvement."
- John Seely Brown, The Power of Pull: How Small Moves

 
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Related Similar & Broader Words of Scaffold

support,  sustain,  hold up,  platform,  hold,  
 
 
 

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