goldbrick meaning in Hindi

goldbrick sentence in Hindi
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  1. Pauly, a goldbrick inheriting a load for a mother, wants Dawn out of puerile necessity.
  2. Related events on Saturday included Peter Schickele's delightful presentation of P . D . Q . Bach's " Goldbrick"
  3. The premise : Some goldbricks are enjoying the life of Riley at a " forgotten " military base named, appropriately enough, Fort ( William ? ) Bendix.
  4. Mauldin hits the mark again and again while talking about such things as mud, rear-echelon goldbricks, sleeping in rain-swollen foxholes and the overblown difference between Germans and Nazis.
  5. Gene Newman, who lives in Parsippany, N . J ., has known many of these goldbricks, and he has compiled a composite called Harry, someone " only posing as a sales engineer, " he writes.
  6. "But you've got to convince everyone that the standard is not going to move based on what happens this year _ because workers know if they goldbrick this year, the standards won't be higher next year ."
  7. In 2008, Collaboraction produced a stage adaptation by Seth Bockley of " Jon ", a short story by George Saunders, and in January 2009 premiered " Goldbrick ", a musical based on the songs of Jon Langford.
  8. The day was absorbed by a bitter debate over the program of the organization, with the main object of division a minority report put forward by John F . Lloyd on behalf of the colonizationists ( disparagingly called the " goldbrick " faction by the " antis " ).
  9. Add to this the following complications : Marsha's goldbrick brother, Richard ( Kevin Geer ), is a fundamentalist Christian who disapproves mightily of his sister; Lewis resents her laconic stepfather, George ( Bryan Clark ), for the way he behaved when her mother was dying, and Jeanette is going through a " Doll's House "-ish identity crisis of her own.
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  1. anything that is supposed to be valuable but turns out to be worthless
  2. a brick-shaped block that looks like gold but is not
  3. an idle worthless person
    synonyms:, , , ,
  4. a soldier who performs his duties without proper care or effort
  1. avoid (one''s assigned duties); "The derelict soldier shirked his duties"
    synonyms:, ,
  2. deprive of by deceit; "He swindled me out of my inheritance"; "She defrauded the customers who trusted her"; "the cashier gypped me when he gave me too little change"
    synonyms:, , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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