Yourclasses: Most Important Vocabulary For SSC, Bank & Rail Exams

Most important previous year vocabulary SSC , Bank Exams

 

 

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    1. Segregation (Noun) –पृथक्करण

Meaning: the action or state of setting someone or something apart from others.

Synonyms: separation, setting apart, keeping apart

Antonyms: integration, unification, coalescence, interflow

Usage: “the segregation of pupils with learning difficulties”

 

    1. Propriety (Noun) –शालीनता

Meaning: conformity to conventionally accepted standards of behavior or morals.

Synonyms: decorum, respectability, decency

Antonyms: impropriety, indecorum, indecorousness

Usage: “he always behaved with the utmost propriety”

 

    1. Abrogation (Noun) –निरसन

Meaning: the repeal or abolition of a law, right, or agreement.

Synonyms: repudiation, revocation, repeal

Antonyms: institution, introduction, establishment

Usage: They have regarded its renewal and its abrogation with about equal anxiety.

 

    1. Spurt (Verb) –जोरदार धारा में बह जाना

Meaning: gush out in a sudden and forceful stream.

Synonyms: squirt, shoot, spray

Antonyms: continuity, peace, trickle

Usage: “he cut his finger, and blood spurted over the sliced potatoes”

 

    1. Revulsion (Noun) –घृणा, प्रतिकर्षण

Meaning: a sense of disgust and loathing.

Synonyms: disgust, repulsion, abhorrence

Antonyms: delight, liking, affection

Usage: “news of the attack will be met with sorrow and revulsion”

 

    1. Truce (Noun) –युद्धविराम संधि

Meaning: an agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting or arguing for a certain time.

Synonyms: ceasefire, armistice, suspension of hostilities

Antonyms: fighting, hostilities, antagonism

Usage: “the guerrillas called a three-day truce”

 

    1. Punitive (Adjective) –दंडात्मक

Meaning: inflicting or intended as punishment.

Synonyms: penal, disciplinary, corrective

Antonyms: continuity, peace, trickle

Usage: “he called for punitive measures against the Eastern bloc”

 

    1. Contentious (Adjective) –विवादास्पद

Meaning: causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial.

Synonyms: controversial, disputable, debatable

Antonyms: uncontroversial

Usage: “a contentious issue”

    1. Shrill (Adjective) –अनिमेष

Meaning: high-pitched and piercing.

Synonyms: high-pitched, piercing, high

Antonyms: low, soft, dulcet

Usage: “a shrill laugh”

 

    1. Imperative (Adjective) –आज्ञार्थक

Meaning: of vital importance; crucial.

Synonyms: vitally important, of vital importance, all-important

Antonyms: unimportant, optional, frivolous

Usage: “immediate action was imperative”

 

    1. Revulsion (Noun) –घृणा, प्रतिकर्षण

Meaning: a sense of disgust and loathing.

Synonyms: disgust, repulsion, abhorrence

Antonyms: delight, liking, happiness

Usage: “news of the attack will be met with sorrow and revulsion”

 

    1. Truce (Noun) –युद्धविराम संधि

Meaning: an agreement between enemies or opponents to stop fighting or arguing for a certain time.

Synonyms: ceasefire, armistice, suspension of hostilities

Antonyms: fighting, hostilities, battle

Usage: “the guerrillas called a three-day truce”

    1. Expedition (Noun) –यात्रा

Meaning: a journey undertaken by a group of people with a particular purpose, especially that of exploration, research, or war.

Synonyms: journey, voyage, tour

Antonyms: blockage, delay, halt

Usage: “an expedition to the jungles of the Orinoco”

 

    1. Trampled (Verb) –कुचल डालना

Meaning: tread on and crush.

Synonyms: tread, tramp, stamp

Antonyms: created, built, constructed

Usage: “the fence had been trampled down”

 

    1. Entice (Verb) –लुभाना

Meaning: attract or tempt by offering pleasure or advantage.

Synonyms: tempt, allure, lure

Antonyms: disenchant, disgust, dissuade

Usage: “a show which should entice a new audience into the theatre”

 

    1. Inconspicuous (Adjective) –अस्पष्ट

Meaning: not clearly visible or attracting attention.

Synonyms: unobtrusive, unnoticeable, unremarkable

Antonyms: conspicuous, noticeable, high-profile

Usage: “an inconspicuous red-brick building”

    1. Acquisition (Noun) –अर्जन

Meaning: an asset or object bought or obtained, typically by a library or museum.

Synonyms: purchase, accession, addition

Antonyms: loss, forfeiture, deprivation

Usage: “the legacy will be used for new acquisitions”

 

    1. Trespassing (Verb) –बिना अनुमति के प्रवेश करना

Meaning: enter someone’s land or property without permission.

Synonyms: enter without permission, intrude on, encroach on

Antonyms: behaving, obeying, retreating

Usage: “there is no excuse for trespassing on railway property”

 

    1. Manoeuvring (Verb) –कुशलता से या सावधानी से आगे बढ़ना

Meaning: move skilfully or carefully.

Synonyms: steer, guide, drive

Antonyms: carefulness, caution, cautiousness

Usage: “The lorry was unable to maneuver comfortably in the narrow street”

 

    1. Overhaul (Verb) –पूरी मरम्मत करना

Meaning: take apart (a piece of machinery or equipment) in order to examine it and repair it if necessary.

Synonyms: service, maintain, repair

Antonyms: break, damage, destroy

Usage: “the steering box was recently overhauled”

 

    1. Intriguing (Verb) –जिज्ञासा या रुचि जगाना

Meaning: arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Synonyms: interest, be of interest to, fascinate

Antonyms: bore, slit, opening

Usage: “I was intrigued by your question”

 

    1. Expedite (Verb) –शीघ्रता करना

Meaning: make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.

Synonyms: speed up, accelerate, hurry

Antonyms: delay, hinder, inhibit

Usage: “he promised to expedite economic reforms”

 

    1. Opacity (Noun) –अपारदर्शिता

Meaning: the quality of lacking transparency or translucence.

Synonyms: opaqueness, non-transparency, lack of transparency

Antonyms: transparency, translucence, clarity

Usage: “thinner paints need black added to increase opacity”

 

    1. Cohesion (Noun) –एकजुटता

Meaning: the action or fact of forming a united whole.

Synonyms: unity, togetherness, solidarity

Antonyms: division, disunity, dividedness

Usage: “the work at present lacks cohesion”

    1. Expeditious (Adjective) –शीघ्र

Meaning: done with speed and efficiency.

Synonyms: speedy, swift, quick

Antonyms: slow, prompt, fast, immediate

Usage: “an expeditious investigation”

 

    1. Revelation (Noun) –रहस्योद्घाटन

Meaning: a surprising and previously unknown fact that has been disclosed to others.

Synonyms: disclosure, a surprising fact, divulgence

Antonyms: keeping, concealment, covers

Usage: “revelations about his personal life”

 

    1. Clause (Noun) –धारा

Meaning: a particular and separate article, stipulation, or proviso in a treaty, bill, or contract.

Synonyms: section, paragraph, article

Antonyms: lessening, subtraction, degradation

Usage: The risk fee covenant clause is associated with the incentive fees on contract.

 



 

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  1. One who thinks or speaks too much of himself – Egoist
  2. Having juicy or fleshy and thick tissue – Succulent
  3. The study or practice of dancing or composing ballets – Choreography
  4. A set of three related works by the same author – Trilogy
  5. Science of Human mind and behavior –Psychology
  6. A person of obscure position who has gained wealth – Parvenu
  7. A word composed of the first letters of the words in a phrase – Acronym 
  8. The act of producing beautiful handwriting using a brush or a special pen – Calligraphy
  9. An obviously true or hackneyed statement – Truism
  10. o reduce to nothing – Null
  11. A study of sounds is known as –Phonetics
  12. Written law of a legislative body – Statute
  13. A person who shows off his/her learning – Pedant
  14. A person who devotes his/her life for the welfare of others – Altruist


[su_heading size=”29″](MISSPELT WORDS)[/su_heading]

 

1. (A) Grivous

     (B) Grevous

     (C) Grievous

     (D) Grievus

 2. (A) Tommorrow

     (B) Tomorrow

     (C) Tomorow

     (D) Tomorrow

    1. (A) Business

     (B) Buisness

     (C) Buisnes

     (D) Busines

 

    1. (A) Kenel

     (B) Kennel

     (C) Kannel

     (D) Kanel

    1. (A) Punnitive

     (B) Pounitive

     (C) Panitive

     (D) Punitive

 

    1. (A) Contentious

     (B) Conntentious

     (C) Continious

     (D) Contintious

    1. (A) Insurence

     (B) Inssurance

     (C) Insurance

     (D) Insurence

 

    1. (A) Rheumatism

     (B) Rheumatizm

     (C) Reumatism

     (D) Rheumetizm

    1. (A) Interciede

     (B) Interrcede

     (C) Intercede

     (D) Interccede

 

    1. (A) Wherrever

     (B) Whereverr

     (C) Whereever

     (D) Wherever

    1. (A) Mystarious

     (B) Misterious

     (C) Mysterious

     (D) Mistarious

 

    1. (A) Ordinerilly

     (B) Ordinerily

     (C) Ordinarilly

     (D) Ordinarily

    1. (A) Appearance

     (B) Apperance

     (C) Appearence

     (D) Appierance

 

    1. (A) Lonelinnes

     (B) Lonelynes

     (C) Lonelyness

      (D) Loneliness



[su_heading size=”29″](IDIOMS AND PHRASES)[/su_heading]

1. Actions speak louder than words:

Meaning: – This idiom means that what people actually do is more important than what they say- people can promise things but then fail to deliver.

Explanation: – He keeps saying he loves me, but actions speak louder than words.

 2. Stabbed in the back:

Meaning: A betrayal of trust, an act of treachery, as in Voting against our bill at the last minute was a real stab in the back.

Example:  I have done everything for her, but she left me because of that guy, she stabbed in my back.

    1. Arm and a leg

Meaning: – If you say that something costs an arm and a leg, you mean that it is very expensive.

Example: – A week at a health farm can cost an arm and a leg.

 

    1. Break a leg

Meaning: – It is usually used in theater to wish good luck to actors before they go up on stage.

Example: – Danny’s family told him to “break a leg” right before he went up on stage.

    1. An accident waiting to happen:

Meaning: – If something is an accident waiting to happen, there’s definitely going to be an accident or it’s bound to go wrong. (‘Disaster waiting to happen’ is also used.)

Example: – Someone needs to repair that worn-out old bridge. It’s an accident waiting to happen!

 

    1. All in your head:

Meaning: – If something is all in your head, you have imagined it and it is not real.

Example: – I don’t know why you think I don’t trust you. I can assure you that it’s all in your head.

    1. Back to back:

Meaning: – If things happen back to back, they are directly one after another.

Example: – Most of us lived in back-to-back terrace houses and council houses.

 

    1. Badmouth:

Meaning: – (UK) When you are bad mouthing, you are saying negative things about someone or something. (‘Bad-mouth’ and ‘badmouth’ are also used.)

Example: – I do not like to speak with people who enjoy bad mouthing.

    1. Across the board:

Meaning: – If something applies to everybody, it applies across the board.

Example: – Much to the delight of the employees, a significant wage hike was announced across the board.

 

    1. Ambulance chaser:

Meaning: – A lawyer who encourages people who have been in accidents or become ill to sue for compensation is an ambulance chaser.

Example: – The first person I met after my accident was an ambulance chaser who wanted to represent me in court.

    1. Across the ditch:

Meaning: – (NZ) This idiom means on the other side of the Tasman Sea, used to refer to Australia or New Zealand depending on the speaker’s location.

Example: – The truck overturned and precipitated us into the ditch.

 

    1. Across the pond:

Meaning: – (UK) This idiom means on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, used to refer to the US or the UK depending on the speaker’s location.

Example: – I think we’re going to head across the pond to London for our vacation this summer.

    1. Act of God:

Meaning: – An act of God is something like an earthquake or floods that human beings cannot prevent or control.

Example: – No matter how strong you are but you can’t stop the acts of God.

 

    1. Adam’s apple:

Meaning: – The Adam’s apple is a bulge in the throat, mostly seen in men.

Example: – He had a very large Adam’s apple.

 

 

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