How do you pronounce minutes of meeting?

How do you pronounce minutes of meeting?

Originally Answered: How do we pronounce ‘minutes’ in ‘minutes of the meeting’ ? Its pronunciation is “minits” and not mynewts.

What do Mynute mean?

extremely small, as in size, amount, extent, or degree: minute differences. of minor importance; insignificant; trifling. attentive to or concerned with even the smallest details: a minute examination.

What does i second you mean?

To second someone is to publicly express support for a proposal he has made. Since he is the first to raise the idea, you are the second to support it – hence you “second” him or his idea.

What is another word for being the first?

What is another word for first?

earliest initial
starting foremost
foundational headmost
inaugural initiatory
leadoff pioneer

How do you say your first try?

You might refer to the album as a first or initial effort, attempt, or endeavor. It can also be called a trial run or a maiden voyage. You can also say you are a beginner, novice, tyro, or amateur. There’s nothing wrong with “this is my first try at photography,” or “this is my first serious attempt at photography.”

What is it called when someone is impressed?

Awe is defined to cause someone to be impressed or have feelings of reverence. To thrill is defined as to cause excitement.

What is the similar word of impressed?

Some common synonyms of impress are affect, influence, strike, sway, and touch. While all these words mean “to produce or have an effect upon,” impress stresses the depth and persistence of the effect. only one of the plans impressed him.

Is Disimpressed a word?

Disimpressed has no English definition. It may be misspelled.

What is the verb form of disinclination?

to make or be unwilling, reluctant, or averse. Collins English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers. Derived forms. disinclination (ˌdɪsɪnklɪˈneɪʃən )

What is the opposite of Impress?

What is the opposite of impress?

disappoint bear
depress discourage
dissuade fail
lose miss
neglect please

What does impress mean history?

Impressment, colloquially “the press” or the “press gang”, is the taking of men into a military or naval force by compulsion, with or without notice. European navies of several nations used forced recruitment by various means.

Can impressed be negative?

What would be the word for impressed in negative connotations? appalled, aghast, gobsmacked, incredulous, or just “struck”, eg. “The amount of people he managed to kill in such a short amount of time struck me”. This implies some level of incredulity without positive connotation of “impressed”.

Is impressive positive or negative?

All the terms mentioned so far (memorable, impressive, remarkable, unforgettable, etc.) tend to have positive connotations in the absence of any negative modifier. For equivalents to memorable that have a negative connotation, you may have to go a little further afield.

What is a negative connotation for impressive?

Infamous isn’t the opposite of famous, but rather it means “famous for bad deeds or wickedness”. So we’re looking for a word that means “impressive, but for something bad”. Other possibilities: grotesque, egregious, freakish, outrageous.