Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams:17 March 2019

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams:17 March 2019

Daily Vocabulary & Practice For SSC Exams:17 March 2019: In this Post we provide you Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms & Phrases , Pair of words and one word substitution. Vocabulary is an important part of English that helps you deal with all kinds of questions in objective as well as descriptive papers of various exams. Speaking of Govt Exams,  SSC GD Constable 2019-20  and SSC CPO Exams are the latest opportunities followed by SSC CGL 2018-19 and SSC CHSL 2018-19 Exams. You can learn new words daily from our Daily Word List. Learn the words and make your own sentences based on the given word list

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 Sr. No. Word   Meaning   Synonyms Antonyms
1.        Antipathy घृणा/अनिच्छा Hostility Admiration
2.        Amplify विस्तार करना Enlarge Lessen
3.        Alleviate पीड़ा कम करना Abate Aggravate
4.        Cease रुकना/समाप्त होना Terminate Continue
5.        Eccentric विचित्र/सनकी Strange Natural
6.        Fallacy भ्रामकता/भ्रांति Delusion Veracity
7.        Gloom उदासह/गहरी छाया Obscurity Delight
8.        Harass सताना/तंग करना Irritable Assist
9.        Hapless अभाग्यवश Unfortunate Fortunate
10.    Haphazard अव्यवस्थित Random Deliberate
11.    Intricate जटिल/पेचीदा Tangled Regulated
12.    Intrigue “ाड्यंत्र Scheme Candour
13.    Intrinsic आंतरिक गुण Genuine Extraneous
14.    Juvenile तरुण/किशोर Young Dotage
15.    Justify स्पष्टीकरण/औचित्य सिद्ध करना Defend Impute
16.    Just न्यायसंगत/उचित Honest Unequal
17.    Kindred सम्बंध/सजातीय Relation Unrelated
18.    Keen तीव्र/उत्सुक Sharp Vapid
19.    Knave धूर्त/दुष्ट Dishonest Paragon
20.    Luxuriant प्रचुर Profuse Scanty

 

One-Word Substitutions

1.         Indelible (अक्षय/जो मिटाया न जा सके) That cannot be erased
2.         Orphan (अनाथ) One who has lost parents
3.         Potable (पेयनीय) Fit to drink
4.         Narcotic (नींदकारी/नशेकारी) A medicine for producing sleep
5.         Amputate (हाथ या पैर काटना) To cut off a part of person’s body which is infected
6.         Post mortem (मरणोपरान्त परीक्षण) An examination of dead body
7.         Obituary  (मृत्यु समाचार) An account in the newspaper of the funeral of the one deceased
8.         Orphanage (अनाथालय) A home for orphans
9.         Lunatic Asylum (पागलखाना) A home for lunatics
10.     Infirmary (अस्थिर या दुर्बलों का आवास स्थान) A home for old persons

 

IDIOMS & PHRASES

  1. A bad egg (a worthless): he belongs to a noble family but he himself is a bad egg.
  2. To mince matters (hide the truth and pretend): She tried to mince matters but she failed to do so.
  3. To bury the hatchet (to make peace): The teacher asked us to bury the hatchet and be friends.
  4. To grease the palm of (to bribe): If you want to get this job, you will have to grease the palm of the manager.
  5. Through thick and thin (under favourable and unfavourable conditions; steadfastly): They will help her through thick and thin.
  6. To give a thick ear to (to give a blow on the ear): The mother gave a thick ear to the naughty child.
  7. A bed of roses (an easy, comfortable situation): Life is not a bed of roses.
  8. To bear the lion in his den (to visit somebody powerful to challenge him): It is not wise for you to bear the lion in his den.
  9. To touch the right chord (to appeal cleverly to somebody’s feelings): She touched the right chord and made the disappointed children happy.
  10. Touch and go (risky): After the snow began to fall, the mountain climbers had a touch and go descent.

 

 

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