Basic Word Lists for Bank PO, SSC, and other exams Hindi/English

Basic Word Lists for Bank PO, SSC, and other exams Hindi/English

[su_heading size=”48″]Basic Word Lists for Bank PO, SSC, and other exams[/su_heading]

(VOCABULARY)

    1. Reliance (Noun) – भरोसा
      • Definition: Dependence on or trust in someone or something.
      • Synonyms: Dependence, Mainstay, Pillar, Standby
      • Antonyms: Independence, Independency, Self-dependence, Self-reliance
      • Usage: Scaling up solar and wind power in line with the goal of reaching 175 GW of renewable energy by 2022, steadily reducing reliance on coal.

 

    1. Complacency (Noun) – आत्मतुष्टि
      • Definition: A feeling of smug or uncritical
      • satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements.
      • Synonyms: Smugness, Self-satisfaction, Self-approval
      • Antonyms: Dissatisfaction
      • Usage: The prospect of increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events and sea-level rise in a warming world affecting small

 

    1. Accretion (Noun) – अभिवृद्धि
      • Definition: Growth or increase by the gradual accumulation of additional layers or
      • matter.
      • Synonyms: Accumulation, Collecting, Gathering
      • Antonyms: Deduction, Subtraction
      • Usage: A thick accretion of ice in a freezer that obviously had not been cleaned for some time.
    1. Garner (Verb) – संचित करना
      • Definition: gather or collect (something, especially information or approval).
      • Synonyms: Gather, Collect, Accumulate
      • Antonyms: Spread
      • Usage: The police struggled to garner sufficient evidence. 

 5. Adverse (Adjective) – विपरीत

        • Definition: Preventing success or development, harmful
        • Synonyms Unfavorable, Disadvantageous, Inauspicious
        • Antonyms: Favorable, Beneficial, Positive, Friendly
        • Usage: Taxes are having an adverse effect on production.

 

6.  Foreword (Noun) – प्राक्कथन

    • Definition: A short introduction to a book, typically by a person other than the author.
    • Synonyms: Preface, Introduction, Prologue, Preamble
    • Antonyms: Aftermath, Cessation, Close
    • Usage: The editor makes some good points in the foreword about the author’s life, so be sure to read it.

 

7.  Evacuate (Verb) – खाली करना

      • Definition: To remove the contents of
      • Synonyms: Clear, Empty, Vacate, Void
      • Antonyms: Fill, Load
      • Usage: Evacuate the cupboards completelybefore spraying the insecticide.

      8.  Dismal (Adjective) – निराशाजनक

      • Definition: Causing a mood of gloom or depression.
      • Synonyms: Dingy, Dim, Dark, Gloomy, Somber, Drear
      • Antonyms: Bright, Cheerful
      • Usage: The dismal weather made the late afternoon seem like evening.

(ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION)

      1. One hides away in a ship or passenger vehicle to obtain a free passage – Stowaway
      1. One who is a citizen not of a country but of the world –Cosmopolitan
      2. Not to be moved by entreaty – Despotic
      3. To renounce a high position of authority or control – Abdicate

(MISSPELT WORDS)

      1. (A) Barbecue

     (B) Barbacue

     (C) Barbecu

     (D) Barbacue

      1. (A) Exagerate

     (B) Exaggerate

     (C) Exaggerate

     (D) Exaggerate

9.   (A) Correspondence

      (B) Currespondence

      (C) Correspondence

      (D) Currespondance

10. (A) Elijible

      (B) Eligibal

      (C) Ilegible

      (D) Eligible

(IDIOMS AND PHRASES)

    1. Cutting corners
      • Meaning: undertake something in what appears to be the easiest, quickest, or cheapest way
      • Example:  If people try to do something as cheaply or as quickly as possible, often sacrificing quality, they are cutting corners.
    1. All skin and bone
      • Meaning: To be very thin in a way that is not healthy or attractive.
      • Example: If a person is very underweight, they are all skin and bone or bones.
  1. Back to the wall:
  • Meaning: In a bad or high-pressure situation in which one’s choice or ability to act is limited.
  • Example: If you have your back to the wall, you are in a difficult situation with very little room for maneuver.
  1. Act of God
  • Meaning: an instance of uncontrollable natural forces in operation.
  • Example: An act of God is something like an earthquake or floods that human beings cannot prevent or control

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