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Monday, 24 September 2018

The Hindu Vocabulary For IBPS PO/Clerk | 24-09-18

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1. REPLEVIN (NOUN): case brought to court: (प्रत्याप्ति)

Synonyms:  accusation, dispute

Antonyms: exculpation, relaxation

Example Sentence:

Another action is replevin which is used to recover specific goods.

2. TRITE (ADJECTIVE): silly, commonplace: (घिसा-पिटा)

Synonyms: banal, dull

Antonyms: desirable, impressive

Example Sentence:

It is a trite remark that diamonds can be polished only by diamond dust.

3. TRANSPIRE (VERB): occur, happen: (होना)

Synonyms: arise, chance

Antonyms: cause, stop

Example Sentence: 

What they thought—which might have been interesting—did not transpire.

4. PINNACLE (NOUN): top, crest: (शिखर)

Synonyms: apex, peak  

Antonyms: bottom, base

Example Sentence:

They look down on him as from the pinnacle of the sublimest elevation.

5. TOPPLE (VERB): fall or knock over; overthrow: (गिर जाना)

Synonyms: collapse, overturn

Antonyms: hold, place

Example Sentence:

There was nothing to fling down upon him––no loose rock or stone to topple over and crush him.

6. FEND (VERB): defend: (बचाना)

Synonyms: oppose, cover

Antonyms: disregard, face

Example Sentence:

There were six of them, and after the death of her husband she had to fend for all.

7. DEFLECT (VERB): bounce off; turn aside: (मोड़ना)

Synonyms: avert, bend

Antonyms: stay, straighten

Example Sentence:

His inductive electrical machine could deflect a magnet and decompose iodide of

8. DEFECTOR (NOUN): traitor: (दलबदलू)

Synonyms: turncoat, betrayer

Antonyms: loyalist, supporter

Example Sentence:

But when the news broke, she didn't want to be involved with anyone who had a son as a defector, so she asked me to leave.

9. OBDURATE (ADJECTIVE): pigheaded, stubborn: (जिद्दी)

Synonyms: adamant, dogged   

Antonyms: submissive, gentle

Example Sentence:

It happened because of massive and obdurate resistance to reasonable change.

10. QUALMISH (ADJECTIVE): not feeling well; not comfortable: (कष्टमय)

Synonyms: uneasy, sickly

Antonyms: content, healthy

Example Sentence:

He could not think, but only felt that he was extremely uncomfortable and qualmish.

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