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Friday, 9 February 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk and Syndicate Bank PO | 09 - 02 - 18

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The Hindu Vocabulary For SBI Clerk and Syndicate Bank PO | 09 - 02 - 18


1.MUDDLE (NOUN): disorganised state of collection

Synonyms:  dilemma, ataxia

Antonyms: clarity, arrangement

Example Sentence:

The manufacturing muddle is need to be shifted now.

2. REINFORCE (VERB): strengthen

Synonyms: bolster, buttress

Antonyms: decrease, diminish

Example Sentence:

The Budget reinforced the correction of IDS.


3. DECIMATE (VERB): destroy

Synonyms: annihilate, exterminate

Antonyms: bear, create

Example Sentence:

The sudden onslaught of lower priced imports decimated many domestic markets.

4. SWAMP (VERB): overwhelm

Synonyms: bog, morass    

Antonyms: surrender, loss    

Example Sentence:

Chinese imports have swamped India’s small enterprises.

5. CEDE (VERB): give up power

Synonyms: capitulate, concede

Antonyms: fight, refuse

Example Sentence:

They have ceded ground for their teachers.

6. ERODE (VERB): gradually destroy

Synonyms: corrode, gnaw

Antonyms: ignore, neglect

Example Sentence:

The GST has begun to erode the advantages.

7. INTENSIVE (ADJECTIVE): vigorous

Synonyms: accelerated, demanding

Antonyms: superficial, surface

Example Sentence:

The country has stolen a march on India in labour- intensive manufacturing exports.

8. SURPLUS (NOUN):  overabundance

 Synonyms: excess, spare

Antonyms: lacking, wanting

Example Sentence:

It has created surplus labour in rural work.

9. FILLIP (NOUN): stimulation

Synonyms: boost, charge

Antonyms: hindrance, deterrent

Example Sentence:

These sectors could get a fillip due to raised customs duties.

10. PRECIPITOUS (ADJECTIVE): dangerously high

Synonyms: abrupt, craggy

Antonyms: flat, gradual

Example Sentence:

Reduction of tariffs was precipitous enough.



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