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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 09 - 01 - 18

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Dear Aspirants, 
In this era of competition, ‘Vocabulary’ plays a vital role in every exam. Several banking and Government exams are around the corner like IBPS Clerk Mains, IBPS SO Pre, SSC-MTS, CGL, CHSL, State Level exams and Other Competitive Exams.In the English section, you can score 6 to 8 marks easily in less time period if you go through the ‘The Hindu Vocab’ and ‘Test Your Vocab’ on daily basis. Mahendra Guru provides you 10 new words in The Hindu Vocab on the daily basis which will benefit you in upcoming examinations. 

The Hindu vocabulary includes the word with the meaning, synonym, antonym along with the example given from “THE HINDU” Editorial pages. As we all Know in English section the vocabulary comes from THE HINDU Newspaper in the most banking and other competitive exams and it is very essential to read and memorize vocab from The Hindu Vocab daily. Mahendra Guru provides you with The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to enhance vocabulary power and helps you in your preparation for Govt job. You can also download PDF of Hindu Vocab so that you can prepare a collection of important Vocabulary words.

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1.PLEDGE (NOUN): oath

Synonyms: promise, vow    
Antonyms: breach, break

Example Sentence:

The UNFCCC underlined the fulfilment of national pledges related to carbon emission.
2. INADEQUATE (ADJECTIVE): lacking the quality

Synonyms: deficient, meager

Antonyms: abundant, enough

Example Sentence:

The agreement would be inadequate to keep global warming below 2°C.

3. IMPERATIVE (ADJECTIVE): of vital importance

Synonyms: compulsory, obligatory  

Antonyms: trivial, optional

Example Sentence:

It is equally imperative to examine the progress of climate targets.
4. INCLUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): including all the services

Synonyms: comprehensive, broad

Antonyms: exclusive, narrow

Example Sentence:

The fastest trains are maintaining inclusive speeds of 45km/sec.


Synonyms: association, partnership 

Antonyms: disunion, separation

Example Sentence:

With the collaboration, he undertook the preparation of an inventory.
6. VITAL (ADJECTIVE): essential

Synonyms: crucial, necessary

Antonyms: optional, secondary  

Example Sentence:

States are a vital part of the grand coalition between the two countries.

7. GRAVITATE (VERB): drift

Synonyms: incline, tend

Antonyms:  ascend, increase

Example Sentence:

They gravitate to these areas.

8. STAGGER (VERB): move unsteadily

Synonyms: careen, lurch

Antonyms: continue, stay  

Example Sentence:

These numbers are staggering but they are only the tip of the iceberg.

9. LOATHE (VERB): feel intense dislike or disgust for

Synonyms: abhor, execrate

Antonyms:  admire, cherish

Example Sentence:

Unfortunately, agencies seem to be loathe to cooperate.     


Synonyms: expressive, redolent

Antonyms: unreminiscent

Example Sentence:

The team felt that ‘Into the heart of Darkness’ was evocative enough to bring out a range of issues.

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