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1. Consider: (verb)
Meaning: By a notably large amount or to a notably large extent (काफी)
Synonym: Appreciably, Far, Greatly, Markedly
Antonym: Insignificantly, Little, Slightly, Unappreciably
Example: He's considerably fatter than he was when I knew him.
Considerable, Considered, Considerably
Trick: The amount is considering the managing department.
2. Consequent: (adjective)
Meaning: A result or effect, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant. (प्रभाव)
Synonym: Result, Outcome, Sequel, Effect
Antonym: Cause, Origin, Source, Beginning,
Example: The money was of little consequence to Tony.
Trick: The sequences are changes due to bad consequences.
3. Convenience: (noun)
Meaning: The quality of being easy, useful or suit able for somebody (उपयुक्तता)
Synonym: Benefit, Use, Good, Comfort.
Antonym: Damage, Difficulty, Disadvantage, Dissatisfaction.
Example: I enjoy the convenience of living near a post office.
Trick: This sequence is best for convenience.
4. Appeal: (verb)
Meaning: Make a serious, urgent, or heartfelt request. (याचना करना)
Synonym: Application, Bid, Call, Claim
Antonym: Answer, Reply, Denial, Disavowal
Example: The mayor made an appeal to the people of the city to stay calm.
Appealing, Appealed, Appealingly
Trick: He appeals for the meal.
5. Legislative: (adjective)
Meaning: The legislative body of a country or state. (विधान मंडल)
Synonym: Body, Chamber, House, Parliament
Antonym: Nonmanagerial, Nonsupervisory, Subordinate, Non-Administrative
Example: They addressed a petition to the legislature.
Legislation, Legislature, Legislatively
Trick: Legislature ko criminals ke departure pe unko new opportunities deni chahiye.
6. Refused: (verb)
Meaning: Indicate or show that one is not willing to do something. (अस्वीकृत)
Synonym: Decline, Reject, Repudiate, Spurn
Antonym: Accept, Take, Allowed, Permitted
Example: She was refused access to her children.
Trick: He refused that he infused to the people.
7. Infraction: (noun)
Meaning: A violation or infringement of a law or agreement. (अतिक्रमण)
Synonym: Breach, Crime, Error, Infringement
Antonym: Behavior, Kindness, Obedience, Right
Example: But it soon became apparent that his infraction of discipline in crossing the Ohio was not forgiven.
Trick: Infraction is not a good action.
8. Restraining: (adjective)
Meaning: Intended to keep someone under control or prevent someone from doing something. (रोक)
Synonym: Constraining, Forbidding, Governing, Prohibiting
Antonym: Permit, Promote, Release, Start
Example: When he started fighting, it took four police officers to restrain him.
Trick: Training is restraining here.
9. Expelled: (verb)
Meaning: To force someone to leave a school, organization, or country. (निष्कासित)
Synonym: Fired, Freed, Released, Sacked
Antonym: Admit, Welcome, Contained, Shut
Example: She has been expelled from the country - and separated from her son.
Trick: They both were repelled and expelled.
10. Contemplating: (verb)
Meaning: To spend time considering a possible future action, or to consider one particular thing for a long time in a serious and quiet way (विचार)
Synonym: Contemplative, Deliberative, Excogitative, Meditating
Antonym: Disbelieve, Overlook, Ignore, Disregard
Example: I'm contemplating leaving my job.
Contemplation, Contemplative, Contemplated
Trick: Sometimes contemplating is irritating.
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