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pundit

1. (formerly) a learned person
2. a Brahman learned in Sanskrit and, esp in Hindu religion, philosophy or law

pundit

An expert or knowledgeable person. From "pandit" in Hindi. See guru.
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JOSE Mourinho has slated Paul Scholes' criticism of Paul Pogba and claimed all the United great does as a pundit is 'criticise.
I was talking with an ex-player who is a pundit now and I was asking him if he wanted to be a manager.
For all I know, amid all the frenzied, fantastic furore following what should have been viewed as the uncontroversial dismissal of Liverpool's Sadio Mane against Manchester City, pundit Jamie Carragher may have told pundit Gary Neville just that.
That may be why the pundits hate fixed annuities, but that is really comparing apples to oranges (or apples to broccoli if you saw our first video).
In this connection, main Rakhi ceremony was held at Balmeki temple Saddar Bazar Attock cantonment under the supervision of Pundit Madan Lal, where a large number of girls tied a holy thread to boys and men, binding them in the sacred relationship of brotherhood.
Alan was the show's top pundit for 22 years and always looked as cool in the studio as he had on the pitch for Liverpool and Scotland.
Personally I don't think I could ever warm to Neville even though he proved an insightful pundit, and I will not hide my bias that I am far more likely to give Bellamy a lot more leeway given that he played for the other Manchester team.
Carlsberg Fan Squad in conjunction with talkSPORT have whittled down the competition to five regional pundits from the North East and we'll be putting them through their paces in a series of challenges.
In a statement issued here on yesterday, the JI Minority Wing leaders visited the Rama Peer Temple, Moriya Goth Temple at Star Gate and others temples and met with the pundits and felicitated them on Diwali.
Pundits, on the other hand, can carry on forever, so Alan Hansen's decision to call it a day after 22 years can only be explained by his desire to go out on a high (or a low, if you're reading this in Brazil).
Most of the TV pundits have been found wanting - what they are wanting most is English lessons, particularly the English ones.
London, Dec 4 ( ANI ): Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has hit back at Match of the Day pundits dismissing his Gunners' title hopes.