Daily The Hindu Vocabulary

🔴Daily The Hindu Vocabulary 🔴

1.ILLUSION (NOUN) (भ्रांति): Appearance
Synonyms: Impression, Imitation
Antonyms: Reality
Example Sentence:
They have to showcase an illusion of family togetherness.

2. RATIFY (VERB): (पुष्टि करना): Confirm
Synonyms: Approve, Sanction
Antonyms: Reject
Example Sentence:
Both countries were due to ratify the treaty by the end of the year.

3. CAPACIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (लंबा-चौड़ा): Roomy
Synonyms: Commodious, Spacious
Antonyms: Cramped
Example Sentence:
She looked for a hairpin in her capacious handbag.

4. ASSAULT (VERB): (हमला करना): Hit
Synonyms: Strike, Smack
Antonyms: Defend
Example Sentence:
He pleaded guilty to assaulting a police officer.

5. IDENTICAL (ADJECTIVE): (समान): One and the same
Synonyms: Aforementioned, Aforesaid
Antonyms: Different
Example Sentence:
She stole from the identical station at which she had been arrested before.

6. EXPEDITIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (शीघ्र): Speedy
Synonyms: Swift, Quick
Antonyms: Slow
Example Sentence:
The investigation was supposed to be expeditious.

7. PROMPT (VERB): (प्रेरित करना): Induce
Synonyms: Make, Move
Antonyms: Discourage
Example Sentence:
Curiosity prompted him to look inside.

8. REAP (NOUN): (प्राप्त करना): Receive
Synonyms: Obtain, Get
Antonyms: Lose
Example Sentence:
The company is reaping the benefits.

9. POST (PREPOSITION): (के उपरांत): Subsequent to
Synonyms: After
Antonyms: Before
Example Sentence:
American poetry post the 1950s hasn't had the same impact.

10. NATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (जन्मजात): Innate
Synonyms: Inherent, Inborn
Antonyms: Acquired
Example Sentence:
She has some last vestige of native wit.

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