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PERCOLATE (used about a liquid,gas, etc.) to move gradually through a surface that has very small holes or spaces in it बूंद बूंद करके टपकना RENOWN Fame and Respect प्रसिद्ध VITRIOLIC (used about a language, comment, writing, etc.)Full of hatred and anger  अति कटु भाषण TOUT to advertise, talk about, or praise something or someone repeatedly, especially as a way of encouraging people to like, accept … Read more

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Mull to think something very deeply/contemplate/ponder विचार करना Cull to kill/slaughter  न्यूनीकरण के लिये मारना lull to calm (by deception) शांत करना Spurious fake, false  झूठा captious fault-finding, critical धोखेबाज़ Copious large amount of  बहुत Dubious Doubtful संदेहपूर्ण Steeper too much  धरहरा Inferior poor quality नीचा Sillier Stupid, foolish झूठ-फ़रेब

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Dreadful very bad or unpleasant भयानक Levity Levity is a behavior that shows a tendency to treat serious matters in a nonserious way छिछोरापन Sanction penalities मंजूरी Appalled Horrified चकित Emulate If you emulate something or someone, you imitate them because you admire them a great deal अनुकरण करना Abrade Destroy, dissipate नष्ट करना Sobering … Read more

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Abnegate renounce, reject अस्वीकार करना Outlaw Illegal नियमविरोधी Proscribe forbid, prohibit, ban बहिष्कार करना Pertinent relevant उचित Impersonate If someone impersonates a person, they pretend to be that person, either to deceive people or to make people laugh वेष बदलना Vague Unclear, Ambiguous अस्पष्ट Guileless Innocent निष्कपट Rage Anger क्रोध Clout Power ताकत Aggregation the … Read more

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Extol Praise Enthusiastically प्रशंसा करना Undeniably without any question, alright, assuredly, clearly, definitely, doubtless अविवाद्य Admire Regard with respect or warm approval आदर  Accentuate to indicate the importance of by centering attention on, accent, emphasize, feature, foreground दबाव का चिह्न Faltered to show uncertainty about the right course of action, hesitate, scruple, stagger, teeter लड़खड़ाना … Read more

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Imperative assertive, peremptory, Exigent, Urgent अनिवार्य Slaughter to kill an animal usually for food, to kill a large no of people at one time, especially in a cruel way हत्या Splurge Squander, dissipate, disburse बौछाड़ Tinge a small amount of color or a feeling रंग Invigorate revitalize, energize, revive, rejuvenate मज़बूत करना Muse to think … Read more

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Herd a large number of animals that live and feed together पशुओं का झुंड Deficit Shortage, insufficiency, inadequacy कमी Sacristy A sacristy is a room in a church where the priest or minister changes into their official clothes and where holy objects are kept  पूजा सामग्री कक्ष Avail help, aid, assist, benefit लाभ Stray to … Read more

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Extricate Free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty मुक्त कर देना Accord An Official agreement or treaty सहमति Inkling Clue, Hint संकेत Itinerary Plan Of Journey भ्रमण संबंधी Epoch Period of time, Era युग Amnesty General Pardon आम माफ़ी Bantering Friendly comments and jokes  मजाकिया Adulation Praise खुशामद Apprehend (used about the police) … Read more

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Ceasefire an agreement between two groups to stop fighting each other युद्धविराम Hoodwink deceive or trick. धोखा देना Onus Responsibility दायित्व Valor Great bravery especially in battle बहादुरी Empathy It is the ability to share another person’s feelings and emotions as if they were your own सहानुभूति Compassion Kindness दया Acquire to obtain or buy … Read more

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Shrug to lift your shoulders as a way of showing that you do not know something or are not interested Handcuff a pair of metal rings that are joined together by a chain and put around the wrists of prisoners Impair weaken or damage khrab Disruptive causing or tending to cause disruption hanikarak Chuckle to … Read more

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Fumble to try to find or take hold of something with your hands in a nervous or careless way Dhundhana Excruciating Extremely Painful Dukh Unravel Investigate and solve or explain(something complicated & puzzling) suljhana Patchy not of the same quality throughout vichitra Scream to cry out loudly in a high voice because you are afraid, … Read more

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Fraught Anxious, worried, upset pareshan hona Discretionary Optional, non-compulsory, voluntary Ridicule unkind laughter or behavior that is intended to make somebody/something appear silly mazak urana Aloof Distant, Detached, Unresponsive Alag- thalag De-facto In practice, In effect, In fact vastav me Insular narrow-minded, limited, blinkered Facade A false appearance that makes someone or something seem more … Read more

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Detriment Damage, harm hani Lashed out To suddenly attack someone or something physically or criticize him, her or it is an angry way Colossal Enormous, Immense, Prodigious Bahut bara Gratification Satisfaction, Fulfilment, Indulgence santusti Deferments Postponement put off talna Stigmatize condemn, denounce gali dena Dismantle take ( a machine or structure) to pieces torna Rebuff … Read more

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Grunt To make a short low sound in the throat Death knell Used to refer to the imminent destruction or failure of something khatam ke kgar pe Atrocities Very Cruel Treatment Atyachar Creeping slowly-slowly Dheere-Dheere Intrusion If someone disturbs you when you are in a private place or having a private conversation encroachment on, obtrusion … Read more

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Incredulous: Unwilling or unable to believe something (vishvash na hona) Syn: Dubious, Cynical, Sceptical, Wary, Chary Ant: Gullible, Naive Laconic: (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words Syn: Terse, Succinct, Curt Ant: Verbose, Loquacious, Garrulous Loath: Reluctant, Unwilling (not ready) Syn: Hesitant, averse, hostile, antagonistic Ant: Inclined, Willing, Eager Philanthropist: … Read more

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Plummet – Fall Hard and Fast (niche ki aur tezi se girna) Example: An excellent rice harvest caused prices to plummet by 40% Competence: Ability (chhamta) Example: Courses to improve the competence of staff. Pandemonium: Chaos, Disorder (halla, gulla) Example: There was pandemonium when the news was announced. Canny: Clever, Artful Example: He was canny … Read more

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Extripate : Destroy, Reduce (kam karna) Example: If Hari is lucky, the surgery will extirpate all of the cancer cells from his body. Modicum: bit, small amount ( kam, thora) There’s not even a modicum of truth in her statement. Abortive: Fruitless, Futile (bekar) Example : That was an abortive attempt. Vendetta : feud ( dushmani) Example : He … Read more

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Gratify : pleasure, satisfaction ( kisi ko acha feel krvana, satisfied krvana) Example: It’s very gratifying to have this kind of reception here Frighten: Scare, Shock, terrify, alarm, appal, haunting, Daunt (darana) Example: Sorry, I didn’t mean to frighten you Subtlety: niceness (bahut accurate ho) Example: Her Dancing has great subtlety Inception : Beginning, Start, … Read more

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Imperil : endanger , threarten (khatre me daalna) Example : Tax increases now might imperil economic recovery Elevate : Increase , hightened (upar utha hua) Example : His energy and talent elevate him to goodlike status Sturdy : Strong and Healthy , that will not break easilyExample : He is sturdy and so fit for … Read more

VOCAB DAY-2

1. Astronomical – very high, colosal, humongous, gignatic (bahut bara) Example : Houses in the village are selling for astronomical prices 2. Truce – A truce is an agreement between two people or groups of people to stop fighting or arguing for a short time Example: They agreed to call a truce 3. Dispute – … Read more

THE HINDU VOCAB DAY-1

 1.Manifest : Easy to understand, clearlysee ,To Show, Demonstrate, Evince, Exhibit, Pro Example: The Identity Of the killer was not manifest  2. Segregate : Separate, Isolate, Keep aloof, Quarantine  Example : Everyone wants to segregate our friendship 3. Extinguish : Douse, Ember, Smoldering (bujhana) Example : It took about 50 minutes to extinguish the fire … Read more