Definición de pandit en inglés:

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pandit

Pronunciación: /ˈpəndit/ /ˈpan-/
(also pundit)

sustantivo

1A Hindu scholar learned in Sanskrit and Hindu philosophy and religion, typically also a practicing priest: [as title]: Pandit Misir
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • For twelve years, with the help of a team of Hindu pandits and Sanskrit scholars in Banaras, India, he struggled to bring the ancient texts into clear, accurate and inspired English.
  • Even the more skilled Hindu pundits have left to minister to communities in North America.
  • The royal hall was full with expectations, the learned pundits and intellectuals were eager to know the outcome of the debate.
1.1Indian A wise man or teacher.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • Also we have won under Ganguly's captaincy what the cricket pandits term as the GREATEST SERIES EVER against Australia at home in 2001.
1.2Indian A talented musician (used as a respectful title or form of address).
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • A BBC presenter introduced pundit Ravi Shankar as the most famous living Indian on earth.
  • While people and pundits of other states got either one classical form or nothing to pamper and nourish, Keralites are blessed with a few.
  • But a US-based Kashmiri musician is creating ripples with a rap number that reflects the struggles and tears of displaced Kashmiri Pandits.

Origen

Of the same origin as pundit.

Palabras que riman con pandit

bandit

For editors and proofreaders

División en sílabas: pan·dit

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