To improve vocabulary of yours, we are publishing 10 most important English vocabularies from The Hindu newspaper, those are so important for your exams like IBPS PO, CAT, and other exams.
If you are not any aspirant but you are looking to improve your English these will help you.
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Word list to Improve Vocabulary for Day-10
1) Confer- परामर्श करना, प्रदान करना
Confer is a verb, which means “give any suggestion and grant something”
Synonyms- Advice, Award, Grant, Bestow, Donate, Give, Rander.
Antonyms- Beg, Withhold, Eject, Get, Deprive.
Example- The health experts always confer people to avoid junk food.
2) Devise– आविष्कार करना, ढूंड निकालना, विचार करना
Devise is a verb, which means “invent something and thinking about something”
Synonyms- Create, Form, Think up, Organise, Invent, Plan.
Antonyms- Copy, Duplicate, Destroy, Disorder.
Example- Telecom operator Jio should devise a solution to increase the internet speed.
3) Saint- संत, साधू, महात्मा
Saint is a noun as well as an adjective, which means “a person with spiritual knowledge”
Synonyms- Angel, Holy man, Paragon, Nonsuch, Sacred, Religionist.
Antonyms- Crook, Witch, Scoundrel, Creep, Hound.
Example- Indian is always been the land of great saints.
4) Stereotype- रुढ़िवादी
Stereotype is a noun as well as an adjective, which means “a person or group who has an aggressive or racist thinking”
Synonyms- Cliche, Autotype, Racist, Archetype, Typecast.
Antonyms- Outlier, Confuse.
Example- New generation people don’t like stereotype thinking.
5) Steadfastness- निष्ठा
Steadfastness is a noun, which means “Firm or dedication towards any work”
Synonyms- Dedication, Firmness, Stability, Loyalty, Devotion.
Antonyms- Disloyalty, Wavering, Falseness, Pliability, Instability.
Example- If you have the steadfastness towards any work, no one can stop you to achieve your goals.
6) Sheer- पारदर्शी, असली, वास्तविक
Sheer is an adjective, which means “transparency or trustworthy”
Synonyms- Pure, Absolute, Transparent, Profound, Unmitigated.
Antonyms- Strong, Thick, Impure, Opaque.
Example- The newspaper is too sheer that you can not read it in front of the light.
7) Poignant- मार्मिक
Poignant is an adjective, which means ” something heart touchable”
Synonyms- Touching, Sharp, Pungent, Pathetic, Painful.
Antonyms- Pleasent, Flat, Dull, Unemotional, Jejune.
Example- When I look at a child with hungry, is a poignant experience for me.
8) Cynicism- निराशावाद, दोषदर्षिता
Cynicism is a noun as well as an adjective, which means ” Lack of belief or motivation”
Synonyms- Suspicion, Doubt, Irony, Uncertainty, Pessimism.
Antonyms- Trust, Belief, Faith, Optimism, Assurance.
Example- We should give up the cynicism and work with confidently.
9) Legislation- कानून, विधान
Legislation is a noun, which means “process to make a law”
Synonyms- Law, Statute, Act, Rule, Bill, Conduct, Regulation.
Antonyms- No rule, Annulment, Repeal.
Example- Indian parliament should create a harsh legislation to protect the women from molestations.
10) Mortgage- गिरवी रखना, बंधक
Mortgage is a verb as well as a noun, which means “taking loan in exchange of property”
Synonyms- Loan, Lease, Bond, Credit, Gage, Debt, Pawn.
Antonyms- Release, Redeem.
Example- There are lots of poor people in India who mortgage their property to take a loan with the high-interest rate.
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