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Phrasal Verbs | English Language: Grammar

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1-Achilles' heels (कमजोर पछ, एक छोटी लेकिन घातक कमजोरी) A small but fatal weakness
2. Add fuel to fire (आग पर  घी डालना )एक मामले को बदतर बनाने के लिएTo make a matter worse.
3. An arm chair job -(आराम दायक  कार्य )उच्च आराम के साथ अच्छी आय काम Good income job with high comfort
4- Account for (के लिये उत्तरदयी होना) I can't account for his unusual behaviour in this matter.
5. Ask after(किसी  के बारे  पूछना ) met your brother at the party, he asked after you
6. Ask for(निवेदन ) She asked for a glass of water.
7. Back out go back on, ( वापस बाहर जाएं) He agreed to help but back out at the last moment
8. Be in for (about to take place(unpleasant) on account of his bad habits he is in for trouble.
9. Bear away (win) Suhani bore away the first prize in the dance competition.
10. Bear upon[relevant, (hearing on)] Your remarks have no hearing on the main problem my statement.
11. Bear with(to show patience, co-operate) In view of the heavy losses suffered by the company, the shareholders were requested to bar with
12. Break off (come to end, unsuccessful) The talks between India and Pakistan a broke off. broken out in 13. Break out -(Lspread Gwar epidemic fire, riots) The fear that aids has India is not unfounded chierement) There is no hope of break
14. Break through(discover a secret, major through in the murder case
15. Break up[terminate(meeting, school, session)] The college will breith up next week for summer vacation1.         Abattoir ……………dlkbZ[kkuk ……………………………Place where animals are killed for food.
2.         abbot ……………… eBkf/kdkj@eBk/kh’k .............................. A man who it the head of a monastery or an
abbey.
3.         Abbreviation………la{ksi @y?kq:i ……………………….. A shortened form of a word of phrase.
4.         Abdication………… vkSipfjd :Ik ls R;kx nsuk …………...To formally give up.
5.         Ablution………….. /kkfeZd Luku ………………………….. Ritual washing of the body.
6.         Abstruse………….. le>us esa eqf’dy ...................................Hard to understand.
7.         Abundance……….. vf/kD;@izpqjrk ………………………. A quantity that is more than  enough.
8.         Accentuate……….. tksj nsuk ………………………………Give more force of importance to.
9.         Accomplice………. lg&vijk/kh ………………………...... Helper in a wrong deed or crime.
10.       Acronym…………. izFkek{kjh uke ………………………… Word formed from initial letters of a name.
11.       Addendum……….. ifjf’k”V ………………………………. Thing to be added at the of a book , etc.
12.       Advertisement…… foKkiu ………………………………... A public notice offering or asking for goods,
services, etc.
13.       Afforestation……..oukjksiu ……………………………….. The act of forestation by planting many trees.
14.       Agenda………….. ?kks”k.kk i= ……………………………... Items of business for consideration at a
meeting.
15.       Aggressor…………vkØe.kdrkZ…………………………….. Someone who attacks first.
16.       Agnosticism……… tks bZ’oj ds vf’rRo ij ‘kadk djs] …….. Doubtful about the existence of god.
17.       Alien………………xSj ukxfjd  ………………………….. One who belongs to different country,  race of
group
18.       Alimony…………..rykd i'pkr~ dh thou o`fr……………... Allowance fixed after divorce to a wife,
19.       Allegory………….. izrhd dFkk …………………………….. Story in which ideas are symbolized as
people.
20.       Alliteration………. Vuqizkl …………………………………. Commencement of adjacent words with the
same letter.
21.       Altruist……………ijksidkjh ……………………………….. One who lives and works for the welfare of
others.
22.       Amateur…………..xSj is’ksoj ……………………………….. Lacking professional skill of expertise,
23.       Ambassador……… jktnwr ………………………………….. A diplomatic representative of one country in
another.
24.       Ambidextrous……. nksuksa gkFkksa ls fuiq.k …………………….. Equally skillful with each hand.
25.       Ambiguous……….  vLi”V@nks vFkksZ okyk .............................. Having more than one possible meaning.
26.       Amnesia………….  foLej.k ………………………………… Partial or total loss of memory.
27.       Amnesty…………. vijk/k{kek ………………………………. A general pardon of political offenders.
28.       Amphibian………. mHk;pj …………………………………. Animals which live both on land and in water.
29.       Amphitheatre……. v[kkM+k@jaxHkwfe …………………………. A designated section of seats in any part of a
theater.
30.       Analgesia………... nnZ dh vuqHkwfr u gksuk ……………………The loss of ability to feel pain while still
conscious.

31.       Anarchist………… vjktd …………………………………...One who wishers to destroy all  established
government’s law a and order.
32.       Anarchy…………. vjktdrk…………………......................... The absence of government in a country.
33.       Anecdote………… fdLlk …………………………………… Short amusing story about some real person
or event.
34.       Anniversary…….. lky fxjg ………………………………… Yearly return of the date of an event.
35.       Annual……………lkykuk …………………………………... That which happens once in a year.
36.       Anomaly………… vlk/kkj.k ………………………………… Deviation or departure from common rule or
standard or what is normal
37.       Anonymous………xqeuke ........................................................ A book or a work of art whose author is not
known.
38.       Antagonist……….. fojks/kh ……………………………………. One that  opposes other.
39.       Antidote…………. tgj&uk’kd ………………………………. A medicine to cure the effect of poison.
40.       Aphasia…………. okpk?kkV …………………………………… Loss of ability to understand speech.
41.       Apostate………… /keZ R;kxh ………………………………….. One who abandons his religious faith.
42.       Aquatic………….. tyh; ……………………………………... Animals which live in water.
43.       Arbitrator/Arbiter... e/;LFk ……………………………………. Someone chosen to judge and decide a
disputed issue.
44.       Aristocracy………. dqyhu ra= ………………………………… A government by the nobles.
45.       Armistice………… ;q) fojke ………………………………… The cessation of warfare before a treaty is
signed.
46.       Ascetic…………….lU;klh  …………………………………..One who practices self denial as a spiritual
discipline.
47.       Assassination........... jktuSfrd dkj.k ls gR;k .............................. Killing or murder for political reasons.
48.       Astrology.................. T;sfr"k 'kkL= .............................................. Science of the influence of the stars on human affairs.
49.       Astronomy................ [kxksy foKku  ............................................ Science of universe with sun, moon., stars and planets.
50.       Atheist...................... ukfLrd ....................................................... A person who does not believe in the existence of god.
51.       Audience................... Jksrk x.k .................................................... An assembly of listeners.
52.       Autobiography.........  vkREk thouh ................................................ The life-history of a man written by himself.
53.       Autocracy................. ,dra= ......................................................... A government by one person.
54.       Avaricious................. ykyph ........................................................ One  who is greedy.
55.       Bachelorhood............ dqokajkiu .................................................... The state of being unmarried (of a man).
56.       Bankrupt/ Insolvent... fnokfy;k .................................................... A person unable to pay his debts.
57.       Bay............................. [kkM+h ......................................................... A part of the sea / lake enclosed by a wide curve of the
shore.
58.       Beach......................... leqnz rV ......................................................A stretch of sand / stones along the edge of the sea / lake.
59.       Bellicose..................... yM+kdw .......................................................... A person who is fond of fighting.
60.       Belligerent.................. ;q)jr ................................................. Engaged in war / fight.
61.       Benefactor.................. /keksZidkjh ............................................ One who gives financial help to a school, hospital, etc.
62.       Bibliophile.................. iqLrd izseh .......................................... One who loves and collects books.
63.       Biennial...................... f}o"khZ; ................................................ That which happens once in two years.
64.       Bigamy....................... nks fookg izFkk ....................................... The custom of having two wives or two husbands.
65.       Bigot............................ dV~Vj  ................................................ One who is filled with narrow and prejudiced opinion.
66.       Bilingual...................... f}Hkkf"k; ............................................... One who can speak two languages.
67.       Biography................... thouh .................................................. The life-history of a man written by someone else.
68.       Biped........................... nksik;k ................................................. Animal with two - feet
69.       Blaspheme................... bZ'oj ds f[kykQ cksyuk ........................ Speaking irreverently about good or sacred things.
70.       Biped........................... pjelq[k ................................................. Perfect happiness.
71.       Bohemian....................  LosPNkpkjh .............................................. One who does not follow the usual norms of social life.
72.       Bookworm / Bibliophilic.. fdrkch dhM+k  ................................... One who is interested in reading books and nothing else.
73.       Boorish ........................ xaokj ..................................................... Person who is rough and ill m mannered.
74.       Botany........................... ouLifr foKku ....................................... The science of vegetable life.
75.       Brittle............................. Hkaxqj ..................................................... A thing which can be easily broken.
76.       Bureaucracy................... ukSdj'kkgh ............................................. A government by the officials.
77.       Cabaret........................... dScjs u`R; ............................................... A series of cabre dance. / acts at a night club.
78.       Cabby, Cabdriver........... VªSDlh pkyd ........................................... The driver of a taxi cab.
79.       Cacophony..................... Jqfr dVqRo .............................................. Harsh sound.
80.       Cajole............................. [kq'kken djuk ......................................... Persuade by flattery.
81.       Calligraphy..................... lqys[ku ................................................... Art of beautiful hand writing.
82.       Cannibal........................ ujHk{kh ...................................................... The man who can eat human flesh.
83.       Cannibal......................... ujHk{kd@jk{kl ...................................... One who eats human flesh.
84.       Capsize........................... iyVuk ................................................... Overturn in water.
85.       Carnage........................... gR;kdkaM ................................................ Killing of large numbers of people.
86.       Carnival..........................  euksjatu eayk  ....................................... Public merry making and feasting.
87.       Cartographer................... ekufp=dkj ............................................. A person who draws maps and charts.
88.       Cartography.................... ekufp= dyk .......................................... Art of map making.
89.       Catalogue........................ iqLrd lwph ............................................. List of books and other articles.
90.       Celibate........................... czápkjh ................................................... One who has taken a vow not to have sex.
91.       Cemetery........................ dfczLrku .................................................. The place for corpses to be buried.
92.       Centenary....................... 'krkCnh ..................................................... Hundredth anniversary.
93.       Chronological................. le; ds Øekuqlkj .................................... According to sequence of time.
94.       Circumlocution............... ?kqek&fQjk ds ckr djuk ........................... A roundabout way of expression.
95.       Cloakroom...................... eky xksnke .............................................. The place for luggage at a railway station.
96.       Coerce............................ etcwj djuk ............................................. Compel to a course of action.
97.       Cognate........................... ,d gh mRifŸkds ...................................... Having the same source of origin.
98.       Colleagues....................... lgdehZ ................................................... Persons working in the same department.
99.       Collusion ........................ diV lfU/k .............................................. Secret agreement for a fraudulent. purpose.
100.     Conflagration................... Hkh"k.kk vfXudkaM ..................................... Huge destructive fire.
Congregation...................

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