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Tuesday, 2 January 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary ( IBPS Clerk Based) | 02 -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.DISTINGUISH (VERB): tell the difference
  Synonyms: analyze, categorize

  Antonyms: allow, combine

  Example Sentence:

  Distinguish the matter as soon as possible.

  2. EXTRICATE (VERB): get out of a situation

   Synonyms: detach extract

  Antonyms: attach connect

   Example Sentence:

  Students should extricate themselves from bad things.

  3. ENTANGLE (VERB): involve

   Synonyms: confuse, complicate

   Antonyms: clarify, exclude

   Example Sentence:

   Don’t entangle those people in your project as they are not trustworthy.

  4. ENSNARE (VERB): trap

  Synonyms: cheat, embroil

  Antonyms: free, liberate

   Example Sentence:

   Don't let anyone ensnare you.

  5. DUMBFOUND (VERB): astound

   Synonyms: amaze, astonish

   Antonyms: calm, expect

   Example Sentence:

   He did his best to dumbfound his boss.

  6. FORECAST (NOUN): prediction

  Synonyms: projection, estimate

  Antonyms: hindsight, ignorance

  Example Sentence:

   You are not a God that your forecast is going to be happened.

  7. DISTRAUGHT (ADJECTIVE): very upset

  Synonyms: agitated, anxious

  Antonyms: balanced, calm

   Example Sentence:
   She burst into a little peal of laughter as she looked into his distraught face.

  Synonyms: calculated, deliberate

  Antonyms: accidental, casual

   Example Sentence:
  Had it really been premeditated that he should fall into that camp?

  9. RIG (VERB): outfit, supply

  Synonyms: equip, furnish

  Antonyms: disrobe, uncover

   Example Sentence:
  The children return from Box Hill, and are rigged out for church.

   Synonyms: complex, compound

   Antonyms: homogeneous, simple

   Example Sentence:

  This composite body of troop can’t be recognized.

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