* Important vocabs which frequently comes in the paper5th July 2020
1. CONVALESCENT (ADJECTIVE): (अच्छा हो जानेवाला): recuperating
Synonyms: recovering, improving
The Roman Convalescent Home for women and children was erected in 1865.
2. DEPORT (VERB): (निकाल देना): expel
Synonyms: banish, exile
He was deported for violation of immigration laws.
3. SCRUTINIZE (VERB): (जाँचना): inspect
Synonyms: survey, scan
Antonyms: glance at
Customers were warned to scrutinize the small print.
4. SUSPENSION (NOUN): (निलंबन): adjournment
Synonyms: interruption, postponement
He was angry about his suspension from the team.
5. COMPLACENCY (NOUN): (आत्मतुष्टि): smugness
Synonyms: self-satisfaction, self-approval
The figures are better, but there are no grounds for complacency.
6. FEASIBILITY (NOUN): (व्यवहार्यता): practicability
Synonyms: practicality, viability
There is feasibility in screening athletes for cardiac disease.
7. TAME (ADJECTIVE): (पालतू): domesticated
Synonyms: domestic, docile
The fish are so tame you have to push them away.
8. INCLUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (समावेशी): including
Synonyms: incorporating, counting
All prices are inclusive of VAT.
9. LAX (ADJECTIVE): (सुस्त): slack
Synonyms: slipshod, negligent
Lax security arrangements at the airport.
10. STREAM (VERB): (लहराना): flutter
Synonyms: float, flap
Her black cloak streamed behind her
1. APPLICABLE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रयोज्य): relevant
Synonyms: appropriate, pertinent
The same considerations are equally applicable to accident claims.
2. EXPEDITE (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up
Synonyms: accelerate, hurry
He promised to expedite economic reforms.
3. ESCALATION (NOUN): (वृद्धि): rise
Synonyms: hike, advance
A convincing argument backed by a slow policy may limit escalation of a crisis.
4. DOMINANCE (NOUN): (प्रभुत्व): supremacy
Synonyms: superiority, ascendancy
There is worldwide dominance of Hollywood.
5. REDEMPTION (NOUN): (मोचन): retrieval
Synonyms: recovery, reclamation
The peasants found the terms of redemption unattractive.
6.UNUSUAL (ADJECTIVE): (असाधारण): remarkable
Synonyms: extraordinary, exceptional
He is a man of unusual talent.
7. VIOLENT (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यन्त): intense
Synonyms: extreme, strong
I have a violent dislike for red roses.
8. FURY (NOUN): (रोष): rage
Synonyms: anger, wrath
Antonyms: good humour
Her eyes were filled with tears of fury and frustration.
9. BAR (VERB): (रोकना): prohibit
Synonyms: debar, preclude
Journalists had been barred from covering the elections.
10. ELIGIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (योग्य): entitled
Synonyms: permitted allowed
Customers who are eligible for discounts, formed a long queue.
1. BLATANT (ADJECTIVE): (ज्वलंत): flagrant
Synonyms: glaring, obvious
She turned her back on him in blatant disregard he wasn't likely to misinterpret.
2. SLENDER (ADJECTIVE): (अल्प): meagre
Synonyms: limited, slight
India has a large population of people of slender means.
3. DIPLOMATIC (ADJECTIVE): (व्यवहार कुशल): tactful
Synonyms: sensitive, subtle
He tried his best to be diplomatic but failed.
4. CLASH (NOUN): (संघर्ष): be incompatible
Synonyms: not match, not go
The yellow shirt clashed with her purple skirt.
5. EXTORTIONATE(ADJECTIVE): (अत्यधिक): exorbitant
Synonyms: excessive, sky-high
The fee was nothing but extortionate.
6. DUBIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (संदेहात्मक): doubtful
Synonyms: uncertain, unsure
I was rather dubious about the whole idea
7. CAUTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सतर्क): careful
Synonyms: wary, aware
Any cautious tourist will guard her passport.
8. CONCERN (NOUN): (चिंता): anxiety
Synonyms: worry, disquiet
Sia gazed at her with concern.
9. MISCHIEF (NOUN): (शरारत): badness
Synonyms: misbehaviour, misconduct
She'll make sure Sia doesn't get into mischief.
10. DEFIANCE (NOUN): (अवज्ञा): resistance
Synonyms: opposition, confrontation
His was an act of defiance.
1. LEGITIMATE (ADJECTIVE): (वैध): valid
Synonyms: sound, admissible
He should at least give a legitimate excuse for being late.
2. CONVICTION (NOUN): (निश्चय): certainty
Synonyms: certitude, assurance
She had been speaking for some five minutes with force and conviction.
3. INDUCE (VERB): (उत्प्रेरित करना): persuade
Synonyms: convince, get
The pickets induced many workers to stay away.
4. INDUCT (VERB): (प्रतिष्ठित करना): admit to
Synonyms: allow into, introduce to
Antonyms: bar from
Arrangements have been made to induct new members to the organization.
5. ACCESSIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (सुगम): approachable
Synonyms: available, easy-going
He is more accessible than most tycoons.
6.OVERWHELMING(ADJECTIVE): (अपरिहार्य): immense
Synonyms: profuse, enormous
His party won overwhelming support.
7. INEQUALITY (NOUN): (असमानता): imbalance
Synonyms: inequity, disproportion
Social inequality is now on its peak.
8. INTEGRITY (NOUN): (अखंडता): unity
Synonyms: unification, wholeness
The PM uphols territorial integrity and national sovereignty.
9. BRUTAL (ADJECTIVE): (क्रूर): savage
Synonyms: cruel, bloodthirsty
He was accused of a brutal murder.
10. ALLUDE (VERB): (संकेत करना): suggest
Synonyms: imply, mention
Mrs. Sharma alluded to some health problems, without being specific
1.CONVENTIONAL(ADJECTIVE): (पारंपरिक): normal
Synonyms: standard, regular
A conventional morality had dictated behaviour.
2. COMMIT (VERB): (समर्पित होना): devout
Synonyms: devoted, loyal
We are committed to the fundamental principles of democracy.
3. COUNTER (VERB): (विरोध करना): parry
Synonyms: answer, contradict
The possibility of the enemy being able to counter with similar missiles was remote.
4. ERSTWHILE (ADJECTIVE): (भूतपूर्व): former
Synonyms: old, past
The erstwhile president of the company died recently.
5. UNRELENTING (ADJECTIVE): (निरंतर): continual
Synonyms: constant, continuous
Everyone for him was an unrelenting opponent.
6. CONTENT (ADJECTIVE): (संतुष्ट): contented
Synonyms: satisfied, pleased
He seemed more content, less bitter.
7. CLAMOUR (NOUN): (कोलाहल): din
Synonyms: racket, uproar
The questions rose to a clamour.
8. PERFUNCTORY (ADJECTIVE): (असावधान): cursory
Synonyms: desultory, quick
He gave a perfunctory nod.
9. DISTRESS (NOUN): (संकट): anguish
Synonyms: suffering, pain
To his distress he saw that she was trembling
10. SENSELESS (ADJECTIVE): (बेहोश): pointless
Synonyms: futile, hopeless
It was as senseless as crossing Death Valley on foot.