Saturday, March 4, 2017

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Strong Vocabulary
Is the foundation of competition knowledge and language . It makes a person smart.
Daily Vocab

Attain(~verb prapt karna) to gain.
Eg. To attain well education you don't need to go foreign.

Compel(~verb vivash karna, majboor karna) to force to do something.
Eg. If we need development in our country, compel government to do so

by your vote power.

Ravenous(~adj bahut bhooka) High degrees of hunger.
Eg. I didn't take breakfast today, feeling ravenous.

Garner(~verb ikattha karna) to gather, to collect
Eg. "I am going a suspicious place to garner some details" said inspector.

Insipid(~adj tasteless, feeka) Tasteless edibles or boring something.
Eg. To gain good health sometime you need to eat insipid meal.

Repercussion (~noun parinam, pratighat) Result of an unpleasant action.
Eg. Rakesh dealing with the repercussion of the war.

Drowsy (~adj Aalas me) lazy before sleep.
Eg. Usually we drowsy asleep after taking lunch.

Pilfer (~verb churana) stealing
Eg. She has been pilfered last night.

Grotesque (~adj bhonda, ada teda) Extremely different from expected.
Eg. Surendra draw grotesque cartoon of famous politicians in funny manner.

Agile (~adj nipud) quick, smart and quicker.
Eg. Dolfin fish are agile creatures on earth.

Apropos (~noun abhipray k anusar) suitable or appropriate.
Eg. The decorations of ceremony was apropos of weather.

Hew (~verb Kat lagana, chirna) to cut(by Axe)
Eg. To hew deeper in the wood the axe should be sharp.

Coagulate (~verb Kisi drav ka jamna) The process of solidification of liquid.
Eg. I got cut in finger, blood coagulate after a while.

Counterfeit (~adj jaali, nakali) not original

Seance (~noun adhyatim sabhaa) religious meeting, assembly of spiritual subject.
Eg. Pop is conducting a seance next morning.

Palatable (~adj swadisht/ruchikar) : Tasty food or something which is interesting called palatable.
eg. Palatable food, palatable idea etc.

Juggernaut (~noun Bahut bada, vinashkari) : enormous vehicle or Destructive.
eg. A juggernaut of commercial culture.
Note: This word is interesting because it is derived from Hindu god "Jagannath" destructive form of god Shiva.

Scum (~noun Gandagi) : Dirt or filth.
eg. Hitler was scum on earth. 

Vacillate (~verb sandeh karna) :Confused and unable to take action/decision between two option
eg. I Vacillated during exam and took lengthy question in hurry.

Adhere (~verb chipak jana, palan karna) : To obey and support the rules.
eg. You should adhere to the rules which are specified.

Mavens (~noun praveen) : One who knows a lot(i.e have lots of information).
eg.Economy mavens claim to decline in growth rate of India.

Reinforce (~verb majbooti dena) : To strengthen by support of something.
eg. Our education system needs to be reinforced.

Penury (~noun bahut gareebi) :High degree of poverty.
eg. Tribes of Jharkhan is facing lifetime penury.

Repeal (~verb nirast karna) : To end the previous rule or law.
eg. The new law repealed the previous one.

Hiatus (~noun antaraal) : Interval, Gap.
eg. Every movie have brief hiatus only to sell popcorn and cold drink.

Consortium (~noun sangh/ sahayata sangh) :Association of minimum two individual or group especially for helping to each other.
eg. A consortium of journalists has for months attempted to penetrate secrecy.

Amok (~adverb pagal hona) :Got mad.
eg. The dog which was shot dead got amok.

Pretense (~noun dikhawa, chhal, kapat) :Showing off in negative perspective.
eg. Everyone hate him because his pretense.

Breach (~verb ullanghan, darar) : Breaking law or rule.
eg. A breach of security.

Labyrinth (~noun Vyakulta, Bhoolbhulayya) :Very complicated network like 'maze game'.
eg. A labyrinth of old fort made for some reasonable purpose.

Vengeance (~noun badla lena, pratishod) : punishment/harm inflicted because of previous wrong-doing.
eg. "You killed my son, I will have my vengeance in this life or the next" said maximus.

Votive (~noun/adj mannat) : Fulfillment of vow(purposeful premise)
eg. Votive offering.

Irk (~verb gussa dilana) : Irritate or annoy.
eg. Don't do any irksome act in the running class.
Note: Irksome is adjective form of irk.

Depose (~verb apadasth karna) : Remove forcefully/officially/suddenly from office or power. 
eg. Prime minister deposed all corrupt politicians.

Ruse (~noun Chal) : Act or trick that use to foll someone.
eg. That man ruse to make impression around us but failed.

Reek (~verb durgandh dena ) : High degree of stink(unpleasant smell).
eg. The reek of cattle scat.

Mired (~verb kisi samasya se grasit) : Deep down, indulge in difficult situtation.
eg. Luxury cars can mired down in Indian roads.

Bolster (~verb majboot karna) : to strengthen something.
eg. India needs GST taxation system to bolster our economy.

Conducive (~adj sahayak) : helpful and/or favorable to someting.
eg. Flash lights are conducive to capture good picture.
Note. Conducive usually followed by 'to'.

Germane (~adj tark sangat) : pertinent to the topic/situation.
eg. He asked questions which was germane to the topic.

Adamant (adj.n. कठोर,अड़िग )Though Ram was admint in the beginning, he came round inthe end.

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