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Eminent, Imminent or Immanent


Eminent শব্দটি একটি adjective.

Meaning as an adjective:

সুস্পষ্ট, বিশিষ্ট। সাধারণতঃ শব্দটি মানুষের ক্ষেত্রে ব্যবহৃত হয়, তবে অন্যান্য ক্ষেত্রেও শব্দটির ব্যবহার দেখা যায়।

Conspicuous, distinguished. The word is usually applied to people but is also applied to other sectors.


  • All eminent figures of the society were present at the party. (পার্টিতে সমাজের সব বিশিষ্ট ব্যক্তিত্বরা উপস্থিত ছিলেন।)
  • This program is arranged for the eminent physicians of the country.
  • Anderson is an eminent figure in society.
  • The presence of sugar is eminent in the dish.
  • The boy did the project with eminent electrical power.



Imminent শব্দটিও একটি adjective.

Meaning as an adjective:

এমন কিছু যা ঘটতে যাচ্ছে।

Something which is about to happen.


  • According to the weather forecast, a thunderstorm is imminent. (আবহাওয়ার পূর্বাভাস অনুযায়ী, বজ্রবিদ্যুৎসহ ঝড়বৃষ্টি হতে যাচ্ছে।)
  • The man was fearing an imminent loss of money in the business.
  • Everyone was saying that an election was imminent in that country.
  • I heard on the news that heavy rain is imminent.
  • Everyone is expecting an imminent change in the official environment.



Immanent শব্দটি একটি বেশ বিরল adjective.

The word immanent is a fairly rare adjective.

Meaning as an adjective:

সহজাত, ব্যাপী।

Inherent, pervading.


  • God’s wish is immanent in the whole world. (বিধাতার ইচ্ছা সমগ্র বিশ্বব্যাপী।)
  • God’s mercy is immanent in the whole world.
  • The development of the country is immanent in the government’s every plan.
  • The sun rises in the east and sets in the west every day, which proves that discipline is immanent in nature.



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