How to use "adjunct" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "adjunct" in popular movie and book plots

  • Two years later, a former colleague from Indiana offers Els an adjunct teaching position at a small college in Pennsylvania.  - Orfeo (novel)
  • Suharto (Amoroso Katamsi), awoken early in the morning, denies Untung's announcement, stating explicitly that there is no Generals' Council and making an adjunct record notes on the true nature of G30S.  - Pengkhianatan G30S/PKI
  • Bensimon has developed his own adjunct to the main line of Freud's psychoanalysis called Parallelism.  - Waiting for Sunrise
  • Corporal Lituma has been transferred as punishment, to the tiny Andean community of Naccos, where almost everyone besides him, his adjunct Tomás Carreño, and the vaguely threatening owners of the local bar are there as builders.  - Death in the Andes
  • Ultimately, Una and Gloriana discover Flaya, Gloriana's long-lost mother, thought to have been murdered by Hern VI during one of his episodes of insanity, but still alive in an unexplored dungeon adjunct to the castle.  - Gloriana (novel)
  • After crossing the Plain of Standing Stones, Cugel rescues a certain Iolo from a pelgrane, only to be caught by a tentacle that emerges from a hole in the ground, a breach into an otherworld created by a magical adjunct worn by the pelgrane.  - Cugel's Saga
  • So that even intelligence is not sufficient as an adjunct to good will; there must also be the recollection which seeks to transform and transcend intelligence.  - After Many a Summer
  • As a minor adjunct to this moral, Vonnegut later offers the observation that "When you're dead, you're dead".  - Mother Night

Example sentences for "adjunct" in interesting articles

  • I have an adjunct appointment in the department of psychiatry at the medical school of the University of California, San Diego, and am on the faculty of the New Center for Psychoanalysis.  - Successful and Schizophrenic
  • “You can make a good argument that the right to record police is a necessary adjunct of the First Amendment right to report information,” Volokh says.  - The War on Cameras
  • “Some immigrant families may not be sufficiently present in a youth’s life due to work constraints to foster critical thinking,” the guidelines state.“The document aims to encourage schools to monitor their students more carefully for signs of radicalization but its definition of radicalization is vague,” said Arun Kundnani, author of The Muslims are Coming! Islamophobia, extremism, and the domestic War on Terror and an adjunct professor at New York University.  - The FBI has a new plan to spy on high school kids across the country
  • He is director general of Finland’s Centre for International Mobility and Cooperation and has served the Finnish government in various positions and worked for the World Bank in Washington D.C.  He has also been an adviser for numerous governments internationally about education policies and reforms, and is an adjunct professor of education at the University of Helsinki and University of Oulu.  - What if Finland’s great teachers taught in U.S. schools?
  • David Rein, a lawyer and adjunct law professor who teaches intellectual property at the University of Missouri in Kansas City, said he had never heard of a local school board enacting a policy allowing it to hold the copyright for a student’s work.  - DC-area schools consider copyright policy that takes ownership of students work
  • The most obvious example is hiring adjunct professors.  - Universities can’t fulfil the myth, but can’t become vocational schools either
  • An Australian study found that adolescent males, across racial and socioeconomic lines, shared a common complaint, “School doesn’t offer the courses that most boys want to do, mainly courses and course work that prepare them for employment.” Sumitra Rajagopalan, an adjunct professor of biomechanics at Canada’s McGill University, developed a program for disengaged teenage boys in Montreal, where one in three male students drops out of high school.  - How to Make School Better for Boys
  • I would rather adjunct 4 years - send out 10 apps a year and hope 1 out of those 40 gives me funding then take an acceptance without funding.  - Attitudes about graduate school are changing.

Meaning of "adjunct" in English

  • of or relating to a person who is subordinate to another
  • furnishing added support
    - an adjuvant discipline to forms of mysticism
    - The mind and emotions are auxiliary to each other
  • a construction that can be used to extend the meaning of a word or phrase but is not one of the main constituents of a sentence
  • something added to another thing but not an essential part of it
  • a person who is an assistant or subordinate to another

Meaning of "adjunct" in Hindi

  • सहायक (अनुबद्ध वस्तु या व्यक्ति)
  • जोड ( Jod, zod)
  • गुणवाचक शब्द ( Gunavachak shabd, gunavaachak shabd, gunawachak shabd)
  • अनुबंध ( Anubandh)
  • आधिक्य ( Aadhiky)
  • सहायक ( Sahayak, sahaayak)
  • जोड़ ( Jod, zod)
  • सहित ( Sahit)
  • संयुक्त ( Sanyukt)
  • मिला हुआ ( Mila hu, milaa huaa)
  • अनुबद्ध ( Anubaddh)

Synonyms of "adjunct"

  • assistant
  • auxiliary
  • appurtenant
  • subsidiary
  • adjuvant
  • ancillary
  • accessory

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