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The Hindu Vocabulary

🔰 Thursday, 16 July 2020 🔰

The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1.COMPREHENSIVE(ADJECTIVE):  (व्यापक): inclusive
Synonyms: all-inclusive complete
Antonyms: partial
Example Sentence:
Her collection of photographs was anything but comprehensive.

2. RESCIND (VERB): (रद्द कर देना):  revoke
Synonyms: repeal, cancel
Antonyms: enforce
Example Sentence:
The government eventually rescinded the directive.

3. EXCEPTIONAL (ADJECTIVE): (असामान्य): unusual
Synonyms: uncommon, abnormal
Antonyms: usual
Example Sentence:
Late claims will only be accepted in exceptional circumstances.

4. RETALIATE (VERB): (प्रतिकार करना):  fight back
Synonyms: strike back, respond
Antonyms: turn the other cheek
Example Sentence:
The blow stung and she had retaliated immediately.

5. HARASS (VERB): (सताना):  pester
Synonyms: badger, hound
Antonyms: leave in peace
Example Sentence:
Being harassed at work can leave you feeling confused and helpless.

6. NORM (NOUN): (मानक):  standard
Synonyms: usual, normal
Antonyms: the exception
Example Sentence:
She scored well above the norm in math.

7. COMPASSION (NOUN): (दया):  pity
Synonyms: sympathy, feeling
Antonyms: indifference
Example Sentence:
The victims must be treated with compassion.

8. FLAG (VERB): (थकना): tire
Synonyms: weaken, falter
Antonyms: revive
Example Sentence:
If you begin to flag, there is an excellent cafe to revive you.

9. IMPAIR (VERB): (हानि पहुंचाना):  damage
Synonyms: harm, diminish
Antonyms: improve
Example Sentence:
A noisy job could permanently impair their hearing.

10. FLOUT (VERB): (अवज्ञा करना):  defy
Synonyms: go against, scorn
Antonyms: observe
Example Sentence:
The advertising code was being flouted.

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