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The Hindu Vocabulary (18 July)

 The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams | 18-07-2020

1. OUTRAGEOUS (ADJECTIVE): (असुगम): far-fetched 
Synonyms: unlikely, dubious 
Antonyms: realistic 
Example Sentence: 
The outrageous claims made by the previous government. 

2. AGGRESSION (NOUN): (आत्मविश्वास): confidence 
Synonyms: self-confidence, boldness 
Antonyms: diffidence 
Example Sentence: 
He plays violin with sheer volume and aggression. 

3. EXPEDITE (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up 
Synonyms: accelerate, hurry 
Antonyms: delay 
Example Sentence: 
To expedite the approval process, one can apply online.
4. EFFICACY (NOUN): (प्रभावकारिता): effectiveness 
Synonyms: success, potency 
Antonyms: inefficacy 
Example Sentence: 
There is little information on the efficacy of this treatment. 

5. GENERIC (ADJECTIVE): (सामान्य): general 
Synonyms: common, collective 
Antonyms: specific 
Example Sentence: 
Chèvre is a generic term for all goat's milk cheese. 

6. DEFER (VERB): (समर्पण करना): yield 
Synonyms: submit, give way 
Antonyms: stand up to 
Example Sentence: 
He was not a man to defer this kind of pressure. 

7. STEREOTYPE (VERB): (रूढ़िबद्ध धारणा बनाना): typecast 
Synonyms: pigeonhole, conventionalize 
Antonyms: unconventional 
Example Sentence: 
The city is too easily stereotyped as an industrial wasteland. 

8. DISRUPT (VERB): (भंग करना): distort 
Synonyms: damage, buckle 
Antonyms: organize 
Example Sentence: 
Alcohol can disrupt the chromosomes of an unfertilized egg. 

9. TOLERANCE (NOUN): (सहनशीलता): forbearance 
Synonyms: toleration, sufferance 
Antonyms: intolerance 
Example Sentence: 
The plants have a high tolerance for heat. 

10. TERRIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (बीमार): ill 
Synonyms: unwell, poorly 
Antonyms: well 
Example Sentence: 
I was sick all night and felt terrible for two days.

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