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The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams | 24-01-2023

Swati Mahendras





1. Bugle (Noun) : बिगुल: a brass instrument like a small trumpet, typically without valves or keys, and used for military signals; to announce or sing

Synonyms: clarion, cornet, trumpet

Example Sentence: The bugle and flute were made of red and white plastic and were approximately 21 cm long.

2. Forged (Adjective): जाली : copied fraudulently; fake

Synonyms: counterfeit, bogus, sham

Antonyms: genuine

Example Sentence:The illegal immigrants forged travel documents and were able to scam their way into the country.

3. Indigenous (Adjective) : स्वदेशी: originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native

Synonyms: native, local, endemic

Antonyms: expatriate, migrant, alien, foreign

Example Sentence:The class of students enjoyed learning about unusual animals that are indigenous and found naturally in the wild in North America

4. Reiterate (Verb) : दोहराना: say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity

Synonyms: repeat, replicate, reprise

Antonyms: elapse, recant

Example Sentence: To ensure her students understand the key points of her lessons, Mrs. Morgan always asks them to reiterate the main ideas back to her.

5. Elevate (Verb) : ऊपर उठाना: raise or lift (something) to a higher position

Synonyms: excite, elate, uplift, stimulate

Antonyms: depress, discourage, demoralize

Example Sentence:  The teacher hoped to elevate the minds of her young pupils by reading them religious stories.

6. Untenable (Adjective) : अस्थिर: (especially of a position or view) not able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection

Synonyms: misleading, weak, irrational, implausible

Antonyms: logical, validated, confirmed

Example Sentence: Since Jack and Jill felt that marriage was untenable, they decided to get a divorce.

7. Regime (Noun) : शासन: a government, especially an authoritarian one; a system or ordered way of doing things

Synonyms: rule, governance, tyranny

Antonyms: chaos, disorder, anarchy

Example Sentence:  In order to build muscle and lose fat, a weight lifter must follow a rigorous regime composed of intense workouts and a strict diet.

8. Replete (Adjective) : परिपूर्ण  : filled or well-supplied with something

Synonyms: plenteous, saturated, supplied

Antonyms: barren, empty, lacking, wanting

Example Sentence:  I received a low score on my essay because the paper was replete with mistakes.

9. Maraud (Verb) : हमला: go about in search of things to steal or people to attack

Synonyms: plunder, pillage, despoil, loot, ransack

Example Sentence:  Once the police catch the marauder, they hope to retrieve all the jewels he stole.

10. Hurl (Verb) : जोर सेफें कना, जोर से चिल्लाना : throw or impel (someone or something) with great force

Synonyms: throw, cast, pitch

Antonyms: hold, heave, dash

Example Sentence: When Sarah teased her little brother, he took the book in his hand and decided to hurl it at her breaking her nose.



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