Enhance your vocabulary with vocab words - 12th July 2023

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Raised: (verb)

Meaning: Lift or move to a higher position or level. (उठाना)

Synonym: Boost, Hike, Increment, Accession

Antonym: Decrease, Decline, Deduction, Fall

Example: He raised his head and looked around.

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Trick: The praise can raise his confidence.

Beneficiaries: (noun)

Meaning: A person who derives advantage from something, especially a trust, will, or life insurance policy. (लाभार्थियों)

Synonym: Heiress, Inheritor, Legatee, Recipient

Antonym: Benefactor, Giver, Payer, Donor

Example: He had earlier got her to agree to change their wills so he was the sole beneficiary of her death.

Related Words:

Beneficiary, Beneficial, Beneficially

Trick: Saari beneficiaries policy ke saath vary karti h.

Extend: (verb)

Meaning: Made larger (विस्तारित)

Synonym: Expand, Enlarge, Increase, Lengthen

Antonym: Reduce, Shrink, Narrow

Example: He extended a hand in greeting.

Related Words:

Extending, Extended

Trick: The doctor pretended that the patient had extended the flu.

Interacted: (verb)

Meaning: Act in such a way as to have an effect on each other. (बातचीत)

Synonym: Interrelate, Interchange, Link, Interconnect

Antonym: Discord, Divorce, Separation.

Example: Dominique's teacher says that she interacts well with the other children.

Related Words:

Interaction, Interactive, Interacting

Trick: They all rejected the interacted way.

Allocation: (noun)

Meaning: The action or process of allocating or sharing out something. (आवंटन)

Synonym: Allotment, Assignment, Issuing, Issuance

Antonym: Misallocate, Deallocate, Keep, Withhold

Example: There will be a closer review of funding allocations for future conferences.

Related Words:

Allocated, Allocating

Trick: There is not an explanation of the allocation.

Ensure: (verb)

Meaning: Make certain that (something) will occur or be the case. (सुनिश्चित)

Synonym: Secure, Guarantee, Warrant, Certify

Antonym: Hurt, Forget, Ignore, Invalidate.

Example: The company's sole concern is to ensure the safety of its employees.

Related Words:

Ensured, Ensuring

Trick: The doctor ensures to cure the disease.

Initiative: (noun)

Meaning:  Official action that is taken to solve a problem or improve a situation. (पहल)

Synonym:  Enterprise, Inventiveness, Resourcefulness, Capability.

Antonym: Cowardice, Idleness, Inactivity, Indifference. 

Example: There's talk of a new peace initiative.

Related words:

Initiatory, Initiatively

Trick: This is an active initiative

Deprived: (verb)

Meaning: Prevent (a person or place) from having or using something. (वंचित)

Synonym: Dispossess, Strip, Divest, Relieve

Antonym: Clothe, Cover, Build, Construct

Example: He claimed that he had been deprived of his freedom/rights.

Related Words:

Depriving, Deprivedly

Trick: This man deprives to drive

Eligible: (adjective)

Meaning: Having the right to do or obtain something. (योग्य)

Synonym: Acceptable, Likely, Qualified, Suitable

Antonym: Unacceptable, Improper, Inappropriate, Ineligible

Example: She is eligible to be (elected) president.

Related Words:

Eligibly, Eligibility

Trick: The man is eligible for the accountable work.

Subsidy: (noun)

Meaning: A sum of money granted by the state or a public body to help an industry or business keep the price of a commodity or service low. (अनुवृत्ति)

Synonym: Grant, Allotment, Subvention, Appropriation

Antonym: Forfeit, Hindrance, Injury, Loss

Example: The company received a substantial government subsidy.

Related Words:

Subsidize, Subsidized, Subsidizing, Subsidizedly

Trick: Subsidy is provided to the family of unsteady income.