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SSC परीक्षा 2021 के लिए महत्वपूर्ण Vocabulary : सातवाँ दिन

Vocabulary किसी भाषा में घुले-मिले शब्दों का एक समूह होता है। विस्तृत vocabulary से वार्तालाप करने और ज्ञान प्राप्त करने में काफी सहायता मिलती हैं। कई लोगों को vocabulary विकसित करना एक कठिन कार्य लगता है, हालाँकि बहुत से शब्दों को सीखा जा सकता है। हर कोई चाहता है कि उसके पास व्यापक दृष्टिकोण के साथ एक विस्तृत vocabulary हो क्योंकि यह SSC सहित सभी सरकारी परीक्षा के लिए भी उपयोगी होता हैं। SSC CHSL और CGL की परीक्षा में अब कुछ दिन शेष हैं। इसी को ध्यान में रखकर हम डेली vocabulary लेकर आयें हैं। यह vocabulary आपको परीक्षा में काफी मदद करेगा और अंग्रेजी सेक्शन को मजबूत करेगा।

1. REDEEM (Verb): धन देकर छुड़ाना
Meaning: gain or regain possession of (something) in exchange for payment.
Synonyms: retrieve, regain, recover.
Antonyms: forfeit, lose, abandon.
Usage: At the end of Janet’s car lease she will redeem it for another Honda

2. EXPEDITIOUS (Adjective): अतिशीघ्र
Meaning: done with speed and efficiency.
Synonyms: speedy, swift, quick, rapid, fast; prompt.
Antonyms: slow.
Usage: The man was saved because of the doctor’s expeditious diagnosis.

3. INHERENT (adjective): निहित
Meaning: existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.
Synonyms: intrinsic, innate, fundamental, basic.
Antonyms: superficial, exterior, extraneous, extrinsic.
Usage: Even as a youngster, Janice showed she had an inherent talent to be a great singer.

4. UNLEASH (verb): उन्मुक्त
Meaning: to suddenly release a violent force that cannot be controlled.
Synonyms: unchain, unfetter, unshackle, vent.
Antonyms: confine, enchain, fetter, bridle.
Usage: Since the owner decided to unleash her dog on the street, it was only a matter of minutes before it ran a few hundred feet in front of a car.

5. INCHOATE (adjective): असम्पूर्ण
Meaning: just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary.
Synonyms: budding, inceptive, incipient, nascent.
Antonyms: developed, full-fledged, evolved, ripened.
Usage: If only you could come up with a complete plan and not just an inchoate idea!

6. PROMULGATE (Verb): घोषणा करना
Meaning: promote or make widely known (an idea or cause).
Synonyms: publicize, spread, communicate, propagate, disseminate.
Antonyms: collect, conceal, hide, repress.
Usage: Counties, townships, and municipalities may also promulgate local ordinances.

7. DIMINUTION (Noun): अवनति
Meaning: a reduction in the size, extent, or importance of something.
Synonyms: curtailment, contraction, constriction, restriction, limitation.
Antonyms: increase, expansion, growth.
Usage: The diminution of cafeteria monitors has resulted in an increase in food fights at the high school.

8. DOWNTRODDEN (adjective): लताड़ा हुआ
Meaning: Oppressed or treated badly by people in power.
Synonyms: persecuted, exploited, repressed, tyrannized.
Antonyms: protected, respected, guarded, favored.
Usage: His claim to be a representative of the downtrodden masses is, of course, completely bogus.

9. IMPERATIVE (adjective): अनिवार्य
Meaning: of vital importance; crucial.
Synonyms: indispensable, exigent, essential, urgent.
Antonyms: negligible, insignificant, trivial, secondary.
Usage: It is imperative that couples should communicate in order to know the root of the conflict.

10. CONDIGN (adjective): अनुरूप
Meaning: appropriate to the crime or wrongdoing; fitting and deserved.
Synonyms: earned, merited, warranted, justified.
Antonyms: undeserved, undue, unfair, unjust.
Usage: Condign punishment was rare when the criminal was a man of high social standing.

 

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