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The Vocab Master For All Competitive Exams | 21-02-2024

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Parts of Speech: ADJ.

Meaning: Having or involving only one dimension, aspect, or perspective; limited to a single dimension of measurement or consideration.

Synonyms: One-dimensional, narrow, limited, singular.

Antonym: Multi-dimensional, complex, varied, comprehensive.

Example Sentence: The analysis of the issue was uni-dimensional, focusing solely on economic factors and neglecting social and cultural aspects.


Parts of Speech: VERB

Meaning: To understand or comprehend something deeply, especially something mysterious or complex.

Synonyms: Grasp, comprehend, understand, penetrate.

Antonym: Misunderstand, confuse.

Example Sentence: It is difficult to fathom the complexities of quantum physics without a strong background in the subject.


Parts of Speech: VERB

Meaning: To absorb and integrate information, ideas, or culture into one's own understanding or identity; to become similar or part of a larger whole.

Synonyms: Absorb, integrate, incorporate, comprehend, understand.

Antonym: Reject, resist, isolate, segregate.

Example Sentence: Immigrants often strive to assimilate into the new culture while preserving aspects of their own traditions.


Parts of Speech: ADJ.

Meaning: Conducive to or suggestive of good health, physical well-being, or moral integrity; promoting health and well-being.

Synonyms: Healthy, nutritious, beneficial, pure.

Antonym: Unhealthy, harmful, detrimental, impure.

Example Sentence: Eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly are essential for maintaining a wholesome lifestyle.


Parts of Speech: VERB

Meaning : To express something in a particular way, often using carefully chosen words; to phrase or formulate.

Synonyms: Express, articulate, phrase, formulate.

Antonym: Suppress, silence.

Example Sentence: The author couched the complex ideas in simple language to make them accessible to a wider audience.


Parts of Speech: ADJ.

Meaning: Making one more serious, thoughtful, or reflective; causing a person to become more realistic or serious about a situation.

Synonyms: Serious, solemn, thoughtful, somber.

Antonym: Light-hearted, cheerful, trivial.

Example Sentence: The documentary presented a sobering look at the environmental challenges facing our planet.


Parts of Speech: ADJ.

Meaning: Referring to a condition or state that may lead to the development of cancer; indicating a risk or tendency for the formation of cancerous cells.

Synonyms: Pre-malignant, atypical, potentially cancerous.

Antonym: Healthy, normal, non-cancerous.

Example Sentence: Regular screenings are essential to detect and treat precancerous lesions before they become malignant.


Parts of Speech: ADVERB

Meaning: In a way that is contrary to what one might expect or in a way that is amusingly or strangely coincidental.

Synonyms: Paradoxically, unexpectedly, strangely, counterintuitively.

Antonym: Predictably, logically, straightforwardly.

Example Sentence: Ironically, the fire station burned down while the firefighters were away on a training exercise.


Parts of Speech: NOUN

Meaning: Abnormal changes or damage to body tissues or organs, often caused by injury or disease.

Synonyms: Wounds, injuries, sores, damages.

Antonym: Healing, recovery, wellness.

Example Sentence: The doctor examined the patient's skin for any lesions that could indicate a skin disorder.


Parts of Speech: NOUN

Meaning: A he process of making a substance less concentrated by adding a solvent or another less concentrated solution.

Synonyms: Thinning, weakening, reduction, attenuation.

Antonym: Concentration, strengthening.

Example Sentence: The scientist recommended dilution of the chemical solution to reduce its potency.

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