Daily Use New Vocabulary Words in English with Meaning For SSC, Bank Exams

(VOCABULARY)

 

    1. Dearth (Noun) –कमी

Meaning: a scarcity or lack of something.

Synonyms: lack, scarcity, scarceness

Antonyms: abundance, surfeit, superfluity

Usage: “there is a dearth of evidence”

 

    1. Upheld (Verb) –सही ठहराना

Meaning: confirm or support (something which has been questioned).

Synonyms: confirm, endorse, sustain

Antonyms: overturn, oppose, deprecate

Usage: “the court upheld his claim for damages”

 

    1. Benign (Adjective) –सौम्य

Meaning: gentle and kind.

Synonyms: kindly, kind, warm-hearted

Antonyms: unfriendly, hostile, repugnant

Usage: “his benign but firm manner”

 

    1. Fiddle (Verb) –बेला बजाना

Meaning: touch or fidget with something in a restless or nervous way.

Synonyms: fidget, play, toy

Antonyms: work, leave alone, execute

Usage: “Lena fiddled with her cup”

 

    1. Augur(Verb) –अच्छे या बुरे परिणाम को चित्रित करना

Meaning: portend a good or bad outcome.

Synonyms: bode, portend, herald

Antonyms: conceal, estimate, guess

Usage: “the end of the cold war seemed to augur well”

 

    1. Stipulated (Verb) –अनुबद्ध

Meaning: demand or specify (a requirement), typically as part of an agreement.

Synonyms: specify, set down, set out

Antonyms: optional, discretionary, elective

Usage: “he stipulated certain conditions before their marriage”

 

    1. Affluent (Adjective) –धनी या समृद्ध

Meaning: having a great deal of money; wealthy.

Synonyms: wealthy, rich, prosperous

Antonyms: poor, impoverished, pauperize

Usage: “the affluent societies of the western world”

 

    1. Paradox (Noun) –असत्याभास या विरोधाभास

Meaning: a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well-founded or true.

Synonyms: contradiction, a contradiction in terms, self-contradiction

Antonyms: accuracy, certainty, correction

Usage: “The uncertainty principle leads to all sorts of paradoxes, like the particles being in two places at once”

    1. Unprecedented (Adjective) –अप्रतिम, बेमिसाल

Meaning: never done or known before.

Synonyms: unparalleled, unequalled, unmatched

Antonyms: normal, common, usual

Usage: “the government took the unprecedented step of releasing confidential correspondence”

 

    1. Curb (Verb) –नियंत्रण करना

Meaning: restrain or keep in check.

Synonyms: restrain, hold back, keep back

Antonyms: release, ransom, emancipation

Usage: “she promised she would curb her temper”

 

    1. Clusters (Noun) –समूह

Meaning: a group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together.

Synonyms: bunch, clump, collection

Antonyms: individual, one, solo

Usage: “clusters of creamy-white flowers”

 

    1. Punitive (Adjective) –अत्यधिक ऊँचा

Meaning: extremely high.

Synonyms: harsh, severe, stiff

Antonyms: reasonable, moderate, cheap

Usage: “a current punitive interest rate of 31.3 percent”

 

    1. Defection (Noun) –पक्षपलटा

Meaning: the desertion of one’s country or cause in favour of an opposing one.

Synonyms: desertion, absconding, decamping

Antonyms: enough, faithfulness, harmony

Usage: “his defection from the Labour Party”

 

    1. Bolster (Verb) –समर्थन देना या मजबूत करना

Meaning: support or strengthen.

Synonyms: strengthen, support, reinforce

Antonyms: undermine, weaken, challenge

Usage: “the fall in interest rates is starting to bolster confidence”

 

    1. Adjudicating (Verb) –निर्णय करना

Meaning: make a formal judgement on a disputed matter.

Synonyms: judge, adjudge, try

Antonyms: deferring, dodging, hesitating

Usage: “the Committee adjudicates on all betting disputes”

 

    1. Intervene (Verb) –हस्तक्षेप करना

Meaning: take part in something so as to prevent or alter a result or course of events.

Synonyms: intercede, involve oneself, get involved

Antonyms: combine, connect, ignore

Usage: “he acted outside his authority when he intervened in the dispute”

 

    1. Unequivocal (Adjective) –असंदिग्ध

Meaning: leaving no doubt; unambiguous.

Synonyms: unambiguous, unmistakable, indisputable

Antonyms: equivocal, ambiguous, vague

Usage: “an unequivocal answer”

 

    1. Intriguing (Verb) –जिज्ञासा या रुचि जगाना

Meaning: arouse the curiosity or interest of; fascinate.

Synonyms: interest, be of interest to, fascinate

Antonyms: bore, stupefy, weary, fatigue

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, latency

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. Expeditious (Adjective) –शीघ्र

Meaning: done with speed and efficiency.

Synonyms: speedy, swift, quick

Antonyms: slow, gently, quietly, stilly

Usage: “an expeditious investigation”

 

    1. Revelation (Noun) –रहस्योद्घाटन

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

Synonyms: disclosure, 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.

 

    1. Unequivocal (Adjective) –असंदिग्ध

Meaning: leaving no doubt; unambiguous.

Synonyms: unambiguous, unmistakable, indisputable

Antonyms: equivocal, ambiguous, vague

Usage: “an unequivocal answer”



 

 

(ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION)

 

  1. A building in which aircraft are housed – Hangar
  2. A former student of a school, college or university – Alumnus
  3. One who studies the art of gardening – Horticulturist
  4. A pole or beam used as temporary support – Prop
  5. Handwriting that cannot be read – Illegible
  6. Words are written on a tomb of a dead person – Epitaph
  7.  A list of luggage – Waybill
  8. The line where the land and sky seems to meet – Horizon
  9. Decorative handwriting – Calligraphy
  10. A person difficult to please – Fastidious
  11. Study of the nature of Gods – Theology
  12. That which cannot be defeated – Invincible
  13. The study of worms and insects – Entomology
  14. A person who attends to the disease of the eye is an – Oculist


 

(MISSPELT WORDS)

 

    1. (A) Alleg

     (B) Allegged

     (C) Aleged

     (D) Alleged

 

 2. (A) Dining

     (B) Dininng

     (C) Dening

     (D) Dieing

 

  1. (A) Genarelly

     (B) Genarally

     (C) Generaly

     (D) Generally

 

    1. (A) Neigbhour

     (B) Neighbour

     (C) Nieghbour

     (D) Neighbor

    1. (A) Forfeit

     (B) Forfiet

     (C) Forfet

     (D) Fourfeit

 

    1. (A) Mispeled

     (B) Misspeled

     (C) Mispelled

     (D) Misspelled

    1. (A) Disease

     (B) Diesease

     (C) Disese

     (D) Diesese

 

    1. (A) Advarsary

     (B) Adversiry

     (C) Adversary

     (D) Adversery

    1. (A) Athletics

     (B) Ethletic

     (C) Atheletics

     (D) Ethletics

 

    1. (A) Ommission

     (B) Omision

     (C) Omission

     (D) Ommision

    1. (A) Heinous

     (B) Hienous

     (C) Heinus

     (D) Hienus

 

    1. (A) Secratery

     (B) Secretery

     (C) Secretary

     (D) Secratary

    1. (A) Auxilliery

     (B) Auxiliery

     (C) Auxilliary

     (D) Auxiliary

 

    1. (A) Marriage

     (B) Mariage

     (C) Marriege

     (D) Marrieg



(IDIOMS AND PHRASES)

 

 

    1. All fingers and thumbs:

Meaning: – If you’re all fingers and thumbs, you are too excited or clumsy to do something properly that requires manual dexterity. ‘All thumbs’ is an alternative form of the idiom.

Example: – I’m all fingers and thumbs when it comes to wrapping packages.

 

2. All heart:

Meaning: – Someone who is all heart is very kind and generous.

Example: – Of course Jenna gave you her last dollar—she’s all heart.

    1. Albatross around your neck:

Meaning: – An albatross around, or round, your neck is a problem resulting from something you did that stops you from being successful.

Example: – That old car is an albatross around my neck.

 

    1. All dressed up and nowhere to go:

Meaning: – You’re prepared for something that isn’t going to happen.

Example: – Why the Jill is all dressed up and nowhere to go.

    1. “Stabbed in the back”

Meaning: – An unfaithful act that causes a big loss of one’s reputation, money or happiness.

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

 

    1. An old flame:

Meaning: – An old flame is a person that somebody has had an emotional, usually passionate, relationship with, who is still looked on fondly and with affection.

Example: – Last week Alec was seen dining with his old flame Janine Turner in New York.

    1. Alike as two peas:

Meaning: – If people or things are as alike as two peas, they are identical.

Example: – Jane and Jenny are five years apart, but they always wear similar dresses. They are as alike as two peas in a pod.

 

    1. As a rule:

Meaning: – If you do something as a rule, then you usually do it.

Example: – As a rule of thumb, I do not start a new project on Fridays.

    1. Age before beauty:

Meaning: – When this idiom is used, it is a way of allowing an older person to do something first, though often in a slightly sarcastic way.

Example: – It has been reversed to ‘beauty before age’ to create a comic effect.

 

    1. Be on the pig’s back:

Meaning: – If you’re on the pig’s back, you’re happy / content / in fine form.

Example: – We found ourselves on the pig’s back after our product gained such widespread success across the country.

    1. Babe in the woods:

Meaning: – A babe in the woods is a naive, defenseless, young person.

Example: – Bill is a babe in the woods when it comes to dealing with a plumber.

 

    1. Baby boomer:

Meaning: – (USA) A baby boomer is someone born in the years after the end of the Second World War, a period when the population was growing very fast.

Example: – This is not the era of baby boomers, You must not be like them.

    1. Add insult to injury:

Meaning: – When people add insult to injury, they make a bad situation even worse.

Example: – My car broke down in the middle of nowhere, then, to add insult to injury, it started to rain.

 

    1. Against the clock:

Meaning: – If you do something against the clock, you are rushed and have very little time to do it.

Example: – The team was working against the clock to finish the project on time

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