gimmick - Meaning in Hindi

Meaning of gimmick in Hindi

  • नौटंकी

gimmick Definition

  • a trick or device intended to attract attention, publicity, or business. ( एक चाल या डिवाइस जिसका उद्देश्य ध्यान, प्रचार या व्यवसाय को आकर्षित करना है। )

gimmick Example

  • This is mainly a fund-raising gimmick for a couple of right of center interest groups. ( यह मुख्य रूप से केंद्र हित समूहों के अधिकार के एक जोड़े के लिए एक फंड जुटाने वाली नौटंकी है। )
  • it is not so much a programme to improve services as a gimmick to gain votes ( वोट हासिल करने के लिए नौटंकी के रूप में सेवाओं में सुधार करने के लिए यह इतना अधिक कार्यक्रम नहीं है )
  • It is more like a sales gimmick which targets the poor and uneducated. ( यह एक बिक्री नौटंकी की तरह है जो गरीबों और अशिक्षितों को लक्षित करता है। )
  • He challenged the Government to reveal the full cost to taxpayers of what he termed a publicity gimmick . ( उन्होंने सरकार को चुनौती दी कि वह प्रचार की नौटंकी करने वाले करदाताओं की पूरी लागत का खुलासा करे। )
  • It seems a contrivance, a gimmick designed to get attention, which it does. ( यह एक विरोधाभास लगता है, एक नौटंकी जिसे ध्यान आकर्षित करने के लिए डिज़ाइन किया गया है, जो यह करता है। )

More Sentence

  • it's foolish to dismiss it as nothing more than a gimmick
  • Critics have wasted no time dismissing the scheme as a gimmick or proof that the government have run out of ideas.
  • His stubborn puritanical simplicity was sometimes dismissed as a publicity gimmick .
  • He denied the scheme was a gimmick which would have little effect on the rocketing street crime problem.
  • However, many journalists and others were almost certain that it was a publicity-seeking gimmick .
  • A traveling showman added a gimmick to his sales by vending cards through machines.
  • a fund-raising gimmick
  • And despite its gimmicky appearance, the information is concise, quirky and entertaining, if ultimately a little lightweight.
  • Colourful stickers, festoons, bargain deals and a whole range of sales gimmicks are employed to lure customers.
  • No tricks, no gimmicks , no unpleasant taste in your mouth the next morning.
  • The public perception of modern art is that it's crazy, gimmicky and a waste of money.
  • People have talked dismissively of gimmicks but these gimmicks are going down well in my constituency.
  • At children's parties you have acts like magicians and balloon-benders; at adult parties you have gimmicks to hold the guests' attention.
  • Product innovations, and not short-term gimmicks should be used as devices to improve bottomlines.
  • Now it's a hard job making an old play seem fresh without coming across as gimmicky , especially when it's been performed for nearly four hundred years.
  • They are glossy, glib and trot out all the gimmicks and tricks to catch your attention - and are pointless as anything other than that.
  • Candidates also promote online games and gimmicks to enhance fund-raising activities on their sites.
  • These actors forge a nice bridge between the two shows and their appearances never feel like gimmicks or stunt casting.
  • On an aesthetic level, this film is special because it utilises a lot of modern devices successfully without feeling obtrusive or gimmicky .
  • But it is also overcooked and frenetic, with some visual tricks and gimmicks repeated often enough to induce a diminishing return of novelty and effect.
  • When choosing a children's savings account, ignore the gimmicks , free gifts and advertising featuring cartoon characters or celebrities.
  • It doesn't need gimmicks to attract youth, it needs excellence and, in particular, it needs excellence at international level.
  • He returned and said ‘They're all so expensive and gimmicky these days.’