Enhance your vocabulary with vocab words - 2nd Aug 2023

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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.

Prompt: (verb)

Meaning: To move to action. (प्रेरित किया)

Synonym:  Cause, Occasion, Elicit, Produce

Antonym: Deter, Restrain, Slow

Example: The actor had to be prompted by someone who was standing offstage.

Related words:

Promptness, Prompting, Prompted

Trick: The man interrupted when the dog prompted.

Violence: (noun)

Meaning: Behaviour involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. (हिंसा)

Synonym: Assault, Attack, Clash, Confusion

Antonym: Calm, Health, Kindness, Method

Example: They need to learn how to settle their arguments without resorting to violence.

Related Words:


Trick: The violence needs maintenance.

Incidents: (noun)

Meaning: An instance of something happening; an event or occurrence. (घटनाएं)

Synonym: Circumstance, Episode, Event, Fact

Antonym: Cessation, Inaction, Inactivity, Stoppage

Example: Two people were shot yesterday in two separate incidents.

Related Words:

Incidentally, Incidental 

Trick: These incidents are subsequent.

References: (noun)

Meaning: The action of mentioning or alluding to something. (संदर्भ)

Synonym: Allusion, Hint, Innuendo, Mention

Antonym: Unacknowledged, Rejection, Distrust, Disapproval

Example: Her former teacher gave her a reference when she applied for the job.

Related Words:

Referential, Referenced, Referencing

Trick: These substances are according to the references.

Condemning: (verb)

Meaning: Express complete disapproval of (निंदा)

Synonym: Castigate, Censure, Chide, Criticize

Antonym: Approve, Compliment, Laud, Praise

Example: We strongly condemn this attack against our allies.

Related Words:

Condemnation, Condemned

Trick: The hiring committee is condemning the unskillful people.

Assaulted: (verb)

Meaning: Make a physical attack on. (हमला)

Synonym: Aggression, Charge, Incursion, Invasion

Antonym: Retreat, Decrease, Praise

Example: He was accused of assault.

Related Words:

Assaultive, Assaulting

Trick: The thief’s assault for the vault.

Admitted: (verb)

Meaning: Confess to be true or to be the case. (स्वीकृत)

Synonym: Professed, Accepted, Acknowledged, Affirmed

Antonym: Denied, Disclaimed, Disallowed, Disavowed

Example: He admitted them into his office.

Related words:

Admission, Admittedly, Admitting

Trick: The thief admitted that he created the plan.

Intervention: (noun)

Meaning: The act of interfering with the outcome or course especially of a condition or process (हस्‍तक्षेप)

Synonym: Interference, Mediation, Arbitration

Antonym: Combine, Connect, Join

Example: Military intervention in the crisis

Related Words:

Intervene, Interventional

Trick: He is doing the intervention during the inspection.

Expected: (adjective)

Meaning: Regarded as likely. (अपेक्षित)

Synonym: Normal, Conventional, Familiar, Habitual

Antonym: Unannounced, Unheralded, Unpredicted, Unexpected

Example: As expected, the election was very close.

Related Words:

Expectation, Expecting

Trick: The VIP is expected to be protected.

Indulged: (verb)

Meaning: Allow oneself to enjoy the pleasure of. (लिप्त)

Synonym: Entertain, Nourish, Pamper, Satiate

Antonym: Deprive, Dissatisfy, Ignore, Neglect

Example: She has never been one to indulge in gossip.

Related Words:

Indulgence, Indulgently

Trick: They both divulged and indulged in the process