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1. Invokes: (verb)
Meaning: Call on (a deity or spirit) in prayer, as a witness, or for inspiration. (आह्वान)
Synonym: Appeal To, Conjure, Adjure, Beg
Antonym: Answer, Give, Reply
Example: He invoked his Fifth Amendment privileges.
2. Pending: (adjective)
Meaning: Awaiting decision or settlement. (लंबित)
Synonym: Unresolved, Undecided, Unsettled, Unconcluded
Antonym: Distant, Unlikely, Improbable, Later
Example: He is being held in jail pending trial.
3. Inaction: (noun)
Meaning: Lack of action where some is expected or appropriate. (निष्क्रियता)
Synonym: Inactivity, Passivity, Non-Intervention, Neglect
Antonym: Busyness, Energy, Happiness, Liveliness
Example: The protesters criticized the administration's inaction on environmental issues.
4. Verdict: (noun)
Meaning: A decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest. (निर्णय)
Synonym: Judgement, Adjudication, Decision, Finding
Antonym: Accusation, Allegation, Arraignment, Attribution
Example: The verdict was not guilty.
5. Requisite: (adjective)
Meaning: Made necessary by particular circumstances or regulations. (मांग)
Synonym: Necessary, Required, Prerequisite, Essential
Antonym: Inessential, Noncrucial, Secondary, Unimportant
Example: She gave all the notices and all the necessary requisites.
Requisition, Requisitioned, Requisitely
6. Corridors: (noun)
Meaning: A long passage in a building from which doors lead into rooms. (गलियारा)
Synonym: Passage, Aisle, Gangway, Hall
Antonym: Metropolis, Sky, Whole
Example: They pushed me down the hospital corridor to the operating room.
7. Accommodation: (noun)
Meaning: A room, group of rooms, or building in which someone may live or stay. (आवास)
Synonym: Housing, Quarters, Rooms, Chambers
Antonym: Disagreement, Altercation, Animosity, Antagonism
Example: They weren't sure if they could provide food and accommodations for the whole group.
Accommodating, Accommodative, Accommodatingly
8. Statutory: (adjective)
Meaning: Required, permitted, or enacted by statute. (वैधानिक)
Synonym: Canon, Law, Ordinance, Precept
Antonym: Illegal, Illegitimate, Illicit, Unlawful
Example: The planners are failing to meet their statutory duty to protect biodiversity.
9. Grabbers: (noun)
Meaning: Someone who takes an opportunity to get, use, or enjoy something quickly (धरनेवाला)
Synonym: Clutch, Grasp, Seize, Snatch
Antonym: Calmness, Dislike, Hate, Indifference
Example: I added a metal pot grabber to my kit to grab and lift cans and metal pots off the fire.
Grabby, Grabbed, Grabbing
10. Amends: (verb)
Meaning: Make minor changes to (a text, piece of legislation, etc.) in order to make it fairer or more accurate, or to reflect changing circumstances. (हरजाना)
Synonym: Revise, Alter, Change, Modify
Antonym: Lower, Worsen, Break, Decrease
Example: She tried to make amends by inviting him out to dinner.
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