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The Hindu Vocabulary 30_July

THE Hindu Vocabulary

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The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams .

1. DIM (ADJECTIVE): (अस्पष्ट): indistinct 
Synonyms: ill-defined, unclear 
Antonyms: distinct 
Example Sentence: 
There was a dim figure in the dark kitchen.indistinct 

2. CONVENE (VERB): (बुलाना): summon 
Synonyms: call, order 
Antonyms: disperse 
Example Sentence: 
He had convened a secret meeting of military personnel. 

3. SCANDALIZE (VERB): (अपमानित करना): shock 
Synonyms: appal, outrage 
Antonyms: impress 
Example Sentence: 
Their lack of manners scandalized their hosts. 

4. GENEROSITY (VERB): (प्रचुरता): abundance 
Synonyms: amplitude, richness 
Antonyms: dearth 
Example Sentence: 
Diners certainly cannot complain about the generosity of portions. 

5. SURREAL (ADJECTIVE): (अवास्तविक): unreal 
Synonyms: bizarre, unusual 
Antonyms: real 
Example Sentence: 
He studied the surreal imagery of the situation. 

6. RECURRENT (ADJECTIVE): (आवर्तक): repeated 
Synonyms: recurring, repetitive 
Antonyms: isolated 
Example Sentence: 
She had a recurrent dream about falling. 

7. RESUMPTION (NOUN): (पुनरारंभ): restart 
Synonyms: restarting, reopening 
Antonyms: suspension 
Example Sentence: 
Resumption of peace talks is expected soon. 

8. LATENT (ADJECTIVE): (निष्क्रिय): dormant 
Synonyms: quiescent, inactive 
Antonyms: manifest 
Example Sentence:
They have a huge reserve of latent talent. 

9. FORGO (VERB): (त्यागना): do without 
Synonyms: go without, give up 
Antonyms: keep 
Example Sentence: 
I'll forgo dessert tonight—I'm trying to lose weight. 

10. AFFLUENT (ADJECTIVE): (धनी): wealthy 
Synonyms: rich, prosperous 
Antonyms: poor 
Example Sentence: 
I reside in an affluent neighbourhood.

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