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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 12 -12 - 17

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The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 10 -12 - 17

1.FACULTY (NOUN): ability, skill

 Synonyms: aptitude, bent

 Antonyms: antipathy, dislike

 Example Sentence:

 The faculty of English is marvelous.

2. APTNESS (NOUN): talent

Synonyms: capacity, docility

Antonyms: inability, lack

Example Sentence:

He has great aptness.

3. SAVVY (ADJECTIVE): shrewd

Synonyms: acute, cunning

Antonyms: blunt, dull

Example Sentence: 

Savvy people always try to do new things.

4. REMIT (VERB): send, transfer

Synonyms: address, consign

Antonyms: hold, keep

Example Sentence: 

Don’t remit anything to him.

5. IMPLANT (VERB): insert

Synonyms: encourage, inculcate

Antonyms: defuse, mollify 

Example Sentence: 

Every act initiates a new habit and may implant a new instinct.

6. INCUR (VERB): bring upon oneself

Synonyms: acquire, earn

Antonyms: miss, lose

Example Sentence: 

Those who incur the task of others suffer later.

7. AROUSE (VERB): excite, entice

Synonyms: awaken, incite

Antonyms: halt, cease

Example Sentence: 

Stop arousing her for money.

8. DISTILL (VERB): make pure

Synonyms: extract, infuse

Antonyms: dirty, pollute

Example Sentence: 

We should distill our surroundings.

9. SEETHE (VERB): be very angry

Synonyms: boil, flare

Antonyms: be happy, freeze

Example Sentence: 

Don’t seethe on others.

10. CONSOLIDATE (VERB): combine 

Synonyms: cement, develop

Antonyms: decrease, disperse

Example Sentence:

It needs a war to consolidate Austria and Hungary.

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