Enhance your vocabulary with vocab words - 28th Aug 2023

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Enhance your vocabulary with vocab words - 28th Aug 2023

We don’t need to tell you the importance of speaking fluent English. Be it facing any interview, interacting among peer groups, or gaining confidence in life in general, a person who is fluent in a global language will not feel out of place in any situation. Moreover, in many exams, vocabulary plays a major role in solving a variety of questions. So why wait, begin your learning with Class24.

1. Asserted: (verb)

Meaning: State a fact or belief confidently and forcefully. (जोर देना)

Synonym: Declare, Maintain, Contend, Argue

Antonym: Deny, Disavow, Disclaim, Negate

Example: He asserted that there were spies in the government.

Related Words:

Assertion, Assertive

Trick: The boss asserted on the diverted employees.

2. Agenda: (noun)

Meaning:  A list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting. (कार्यसूची)

Synonym:  Calendar, Plan, Program, Schedule

Antonym:  Impartiality, Neutrality, Objectivity, Disinterest

Example:  The committee set the agenda for the next several years of research.

Trick: Hume is agenda ka propaganda karna h.

3. Reiterated: (verb)

Meaning: Say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity. (दोहराया)

Synonym: Repeat, Restate, Retell, Iterate

Antonym: Differ, Oppose, Reverse.

Example: The government has reiterated its refusal to compromise with terrorists.

Related Words:

Reiteration, Reiterating

Trick: They reiterated the twisted work.

4. Apparently: (adverb)

Meaning: Clearly visible or understood. (स्पष्ट)

Synonym: Possible, Probable, Supposed, Credible

Antonym: Unlikely, Doubtful, Dubious, Equivocal

Example: From the beginning, it was apparent that she was not an ordinary child.

Related Words:

Apparent 

Trick: He is pungent but apparent.

5. Liberation: (noun)

Meaning: Freed from or opposed to traditional social and sexual attitudes or roles. (रिहा)

Synonym: Free, Release, Discharge, Deliver

Antonym: Confine, Enslave, Subjugate, Hold

Example: Rebels fought to liberate the country.

Related Words:

Liberated, Liberating

Trick: The guy was liberated stated innocent

1. Slammed: (verb)

Meaning: Shut (a door, window, or lid) forcefully and loudly. (पराजित करना)

Synonym: Bang, Attacked, Scolded, Blasted

Antonym: Loose, Open, Slack, Unsealed

Example: He slammed the door in my face.

Related Words:

Slamming

Trick: They scammed their money and slammed them on the ground.

2. Pertaining: (verb)

Meaning: To exist or apply in a particular situation or at a particular time (संबंधित)

Synonym: concern, connected, referring, related

Antonym: ignore, disregard, slight

Example: The laws pertaining to immigration.

Related Words:

Pertain

Trick: Ye situation unhi rules se pertaining h jinhe attain krna jaruri h.

3. Disputes: (verb)

Meaning: Argue about (something). (विवादित)

Synonym: Debate, Discuss, Quarrel, Argue

Antonym: Certain, Definite, Sure, Agreeable

Example: You can dispute your bill if you believe it is inaccurate.

Related Words:

Disputing, Disputedly, Disputed

Trick: Frustrated insaan disputed hi rehta h.

4. Convened: (verb)

Meaning: To come together or to bring people together for a meeting, etc. (आयोजित करना)

Synonym: Summon, Call, Order, Hold.

Antonym:  Disperse, Divide, Scatter, Separate.

Example: We convened at the hotel for a seminar.

Related words:

Convening, Conventional.

Trick: We are urging for the convening of the party.

5. 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.

Related Words:

Appealing, Appealed, Appealingly

Trick: He appeals for the meal.

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