Saturday, October 7, 2017

October 8 vocabulary

📣🎊🎉Today Vocabulary 8⃣ Oct 🎉🎊📣
1. Pioneer (verb): (Develop or be the first to use or apply (a new method, area of knowledge, or activity).) (अग्रगामी होना /प्रथम होना)

Synonyms: Head, Inaugural, Initial, Lead, Be Original, Be Primary.
Antonyms: Follow, Obey.
Example: A lot of pioneers from Eastern Europe came to America to take up farming on the plains around the turn of the century.
Verb forms: Pioneer, Pioneered, Pioneered
Related words:
Pioneer (adjective) – अग्रगामी
2. Vanity (noun): (The quality of being worthless or futile.) (निस्सारता/व्यर्थता)

Synonyms: Futility, Uselessness, Pointlessness, Worthlessness, Purposelessness, Idleness.
Antonyms: Usefulness, Of Purpose.
Example: In many poor countries the idea of bullet train is a vain concept.
Related words:
Vain (adjective) –व्यर्थ
3. Overreach (verb): (Reach out too far.) (परे निकल जाना)
Synonyms: Overextend, Outreach, To be too far.
Antonyms: Fall behind, Be in limits.
Example: The Company overreached its financial limits and ran out of money after one year.
Verb forms: Overreach, Overreached, Overreached.
4. Fabled (adjective): (Famous, especially by reputation.) (प्रसिद्ध)
Synonyms: Celebrated, Renowned, Famed, Famous, Well Known, Notable, Distinguished, Acclaimed.
Antonyms: Unheard Of, Unknown.
Example: A bullet train is fabled project for any country, but it should have financially sound to implement it.
5. Inevitable (adjective): (Certain to happen / something that is unavoidable.) (अपरिहार्य /निश्चित)

Synonyms: Unavoidable, Inescapable, Inexorable, Unpreventable, Assured, Certain
Antonyms: Avoidable, Escapable, Exorable, Preventable.
Example: Because the little boy would not stop playing with matches, it was inevitable he would burn himself.
Related words:
Inevitably (adverb) - निश्चित रूप से
6. Taboo (noun): (Considered inappropriate because of societal beliefs or emotional dislikes) (निषेध/पाबंदी)

Synonyms: Proscription, Interdiction, Restriction, Boycott, Non-Acceptance.
Antonyms: Acceptance.
Example: Most Christians view the science of cloning humans as a taboo act against God.
7. Well-heeled (adjective): (Wealthy.) (समृद्ध/धनी)
Synonyms: Wealthy, Rich, Well Off, Affluent, Moneyed, Cash Rich, With Deep Pockets.
Antonyms: Poor, Indigent, Pauper.
Example: A well-heeled person should also donate for good purposes.
8. Knock on (adjective): (A secondary, indirect, or cumulative effect/ If there is a knock-on effect, one action or event causes several other events to happen one after the other.) (द्वितीयक प्रभाव)

Synonyms: Casual Sequence, Cause And Effect, Chain Of Events, Ripple Effect.
Antonyms: Root, Primary Cause.
Example: The cut in new car prices has had a knock-on effect on the sales of used cars.
9. Moratorium (noun): A temporary prohibition of an activity. (अस्थायी प्रतिबंध)

Synonyms: Embargo, Ban, Prohibition, Suspension, Standstill
Antonyms: Continuation, Allow, Sanction.
Example: An avid fisherman, Billy was upset when he learned of the fishing moratorium.
10. Viability (noun): (Ability to work successfully.) (विकास क्षमता)
Synonyms: Potentiality, Capability, Proficiency, ability.
Antonyms: Impotence, Inability, Incapability, Incapacity.
Example: Once upon a time, solar power was not viewed as a viable energy source.
Related words:
Viable (adjective) - (विकासक्षम)
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Thursday, October 5, 2017

October 5th vocabulary

📣🎊🎉Daily Vocabulary 5⃣ Oct 🎉🎊📣
1. Anecdote (noun): (A brief, often funny, telling of something that happened) (उपाख्यान)
Synonyms: Tale, Narrative, Reminiscence, Episode.
Example: To get a smile from the bullied student, the counselor shared an anecdote about her school days.
Related words:
Anecdotic (adjective) - Characterized by or given to telling anecdotes
Origin: from Greek ekdidōnai ‘publish’.
2. Chug (verb): (To make slow but steady progress) (धीरे धीरे आगे बढ़ना)
Synonyms: Amble, Saunter, Promenade, Snort.
Antonyms: Boost Up, scurry, scuttle.
Example: The students chug through the halls because they’re not eager to go to class.
Verb forms: Chug, Chugged, Chugged.
3. Repose (verb): (Be situated or kept in a particular place.) (रख्नना/निहित होना)
Synonyms: Lie, Be placed, Be set, Be situated, Be positioned, Be supported
Example: After a very good monsoon, agrarian economy is expected to repose itself at niche.
Verb forms: Repose, Reposed, Reposed.
Origin:  from Latin repausare, from re-(expressing intensive force) + pausare ‘to pause’.
4. Wane (verb): (Become weaker/ decrease in vigor or extent.) (क्षीण होना/ कम होना)
Synonyms: Decrease, Decline, Diminish, Dwindle, Dim, Fade, Lessen, Ebb.
Antonyms: Develop, Enhance, Enlarge, Grow, Increase, Rise.
Example: Because the singer believed her number of fans was starting to wane, she created social media accounts to increase her fan base.
Verb forms: Wane, Waned, Waned
5. Write off (noun): (A cancellation from an account of a bad debt or worthless asset/ an elimination of an item from the books of account) (निरस्तीकरण)
Synonyms: Cancellation, Dismissal, Deletion (of accounts/debts).
Example: The store manager was persuaded write off the bill on the accounts of poor conditions of the beggar.
Verb forms: Write off, Written off, Written off.
Related words:
Write off (verb) - Dismiss
6. Collateral (noun): Something pledged as security for repayment of a loan, to be forfeited in the event of a default. (गारंटी)
Synonyms: Security, Surety, Guarantee, Assurance, Insurance, Indemnity
Antonyms: Insecurity, Danger, Peril, Risk.
Example: If William wants to use his boat as collateral for the business loan, he needs to show proof of ownership to the bank.
7. Beleaguer (verb): (To be in a very difficult situation/ To cause constant or repeated trouble for.  (अवरोध करना/तंग करना/परेशान करना)
Synonyms: Bother, Trouble, Disturb, Harass, Badger, Persecute
Antonyms: Aid, Please, Help, Assist
Example: A lack of funds is going to beleaguer the school district and cause several school closures.
Verb forms: Beleaguer, Beleaguered, Beleaguered
Related words:
Beleaguered (adjective) – परेशानी में
8. Sputter (verb): (Proceed in a spasmodic and feeble way.) (डगमगाना/लड़खड़ाना)
Synonyms: Stumble, Totter, Wobble, Shamble.
Antonyms: Move Speedily, Grow Fast.
Example: The sputtering state of economy can be improved by gaining the investor confidence.
Verb forms: Sputter, Sputtered, Sputtered.
9. Subvention (noun): (A grant of money, especially from a government.) (अनुदान/आर्थिक सहायता)
Synonyms: Subsidy, Concession, Gratuity, Grant (Of Money)
Antonyms: Denial, Refusal
Example: During the drought, the government gave farmers a Subvention to help them stay in business.
Verb forms: Subvent, Subvented, Subvented
Related words:
Subvent (verb) - आर्थिक समर्थन का वादा करना
10. Break out (phrasal verb): (Start suddenly/ To occur unexpectedly and intensely.) (प्रस्फुटित होना/निकल आना)
Synonyms: Flare Up, Start/Begin Suddenly, Erupt, Burst Out, Blow Up
Antonyms: Suppress, Oppress.
Example: We were enjoying a nice walk when a storm broke out and forced us to run back home.
Verb forms: Break out, broke out, Broken out.
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Monday, September 25, 2017

Daily vocabulary 26 September 2017

📣🎊🎉Daily_ vocabulary🎉🎊📣
🔰1. Forlorn (adjective): (Pitifully sad and abandoned or lonely.) (निराश/परित्यक्त)

Synonyms: Unhappy, Sad, Miserable, Sorrowful, Dejected, Despondent, Disconsolate, Abject, Morose.
Antonyms: Bright, Cheerful, Joyful, Lively.
Example: Since Jake works so much, he does not realize his wife is forlorn because she rarely gets to spend time with him.
Origin: from forlēosan ‘lose’, of Germanic origin
🔰2. Murky (adjective): (Obscure or morally questionable.) (संदेहास्पद)
Synonyms: Questionable, Suspicious, Suspect, Dubious, Mysterious, Shady.
Antonyms: Distinct, Clear.
Example: Most people are naturally murky of door to door salesmen.
🔰3. Sedate (verb): (Calm (someone) or make them sleep by administering a sedative drug.) (शांत करना / शामक औषधि देना)

Synonyms: Tranquillize, Give A Sedative To, Quieten, Pacify, Dope, Drug.
Antonyms: Invigorate, Energize.
Example: The only way to sedate the hostile dog was by putting him to sleep with a tranquilizer.
Verb forms: Sedate, Sedated, Sedated.
Related words
Sedation (noun) - The action of administering a sedative drug to produce a state of calm or sleep.
Origin: from Latin sedare ‘settle’
🔰4. Throng (verb): (Flock or be present in great numbers.) (इकठ्ठा होना/भीड़ करना)

Synonyms: Flock, Crowd, Swarm, Flood, Spill, Teem.
Antonyms: Be Singled.
Example: When the game ended, a throng of fans carried some of the winning players off the field.
Verb forms: Throng, Thronged, Thronged.
Related words:
Throng (noun) - A large cluster of individuals
🔰5. Eerie (adjective): (Strange and frightening.) (अजीब/डरावना)
Synonyms: Strange, Bizarre, Weird, Frightening
Antonyms: Common, Familiar, Natural, Normal.
Example: There was an eerie silence on our early morning walk through the cemetery.
🔰6. Nexus (noun): (A connected group or series.) (गुट)
Synonyms: Connection, Network, Chain, Net, Circuitry.
Antonyms: Disconnection, Dissolution.
Example: The school cafeteria is the nexus of student activity.
Origin: from Latin nectere , ‘a binding together’.
🔰7. Clandestinely (adverb): (In a secretive and illicit way.) (गुप्त रूप से)@Englishpitara

Synonyms: Confidentially, Covertly, Stealthily, Surreptitiously, Sub Rosa.
Antonyms: Openly, Publicly, Overtly.
Example: Frank’s wife filed for divorce after learning about his clandestine affair with their neighbor.
Related words:
Clandestine (adjective) - Done in an unobtrusive manner to avoid detection
Origin: from Latin clam ‘secretly’.
🔰8. Collate (verb): (Collect and combine (texts, information, or data) (क्रमवार करना)

Synonyms: Arrange, Organize, Order, Put In Order, Sort, Categorize, Systematize
Antonyms: Disperse, Scatter, Mix Up
Example: The museum curator will collate the artifacts by their countries of origin before placing them in their respective wings.
Verb forms: Collate, Collated, Collated.
Origin: from Latin collat- ‘brought together’
🔰9. Rankle (verb): ((Of a comment or fact) cause continuing annoyance or resentment.) (खिझाना/परेशान करना)

Synonyms: Annoy, Upset, Anger, Irritate, Offend, Affront, Displease, Exasperate.
Antonyms: Delight, Placate, Please, Soothe, Mollify.
Example: The fact the plane is leaving two hours late is certainly going to rankle the passengers.
Verb forms: Rankle, Rankled, Rankled.
🔰10. Rampant (adjective): (Flourishing or spreading unchecked.) (अनियंत्रित/बड़े पैमाने पर)

Synonyms: Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Unchecked, Unbridled, Widespread.
Antonyms: Checked, Controlled, Mild, Restrained.
Example: Sadly, the Internet has made it easier for the rampant spread of false information.
Related words:
Rampantly (adverb) - अनियंत्रित रूप से