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1. Derailed: (verb)
Meaning: Cause (a train or tram) to leave its tracks accidentally. (पटरी से उतरना)
Synonym: Crash, Hinder, Thwart, Wreck
Antonym: Aid, Assist, Encourage, Forward
Example: The train was derailed by heavy snow.
Trick: The rail is derailed.
2. Despite: (preposition)
Meaning: Without being affected by (बावजूद)
Synonym: Notwithstanding, In Spite Of, Even With, Regardless Of
Antonym: Because Of, Accept, Admire
Example: He laughed despite himself.
Despited, Despiting, Despitefully
Trick: Despite saari problems ke, unhone hmari saari requisite puri kari.
3. Consensus: (noun)
Meaning: Agreement among a group of people. (सर्वसम्मति)
Synonym: Agreement, Harmony, Concord, Concurrence.
Antonym: Disagreement, Denial, Dissension, Opposition.
Example: Everyone on the council seems to understand the need for consensus.
Trick: This consensus is precious.
4. Delegations: (noun)
Meaning: A body of delegates or representatives (प्रतिनिधि मंडल)
Synonym: Appointment, Apportioning, Authorization, Charge
Antonym: Division, Lawlessness, Separation
Example: We sent a delegation of four people to visit their church.
Trick: The delegation process doesn’t believe in discrimination.
5. Abruptly: (adverb)
Meaning: Suddenly and unexpectedly. (एकाएक)
Synonym: Precipitous, Sheer, Steep
Antonym: Slowly, Gradually, Progressively, Steadily
Example: He stood up abruptly and went outside.
Trick: He ran out of school abruptly and frequently.
6. Substantial: (adjective)
Meaning: Having a firm basis in reality and so important, meaningful, or considerable. (मूल)
Synonym: Considerable, Substantial, Significant, Sizeable
Antonym: Insignificant, Inconsequential, Nominal, Negligible
Example: These changes are more symbolic than substantive
Trick: The substantial information is confidential.
7. Negotiating: (verb)
Meaning: Obtain or bring about by discussion. (बातचीत)
Synonym: Mediation, Settlement, Arrangement, Deal
Antonym: Confuse, Contend, Disagree, Mix Up
Example: The customer wanted to negotiate over the price
Negotiation, Negotiable, Negotiate, Negotiated
Trick: He is negotiating for the laundering.
8. Consequences: (noun)
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.
9. Accused: (noun)
Meaning: A person or group of people who are charged with or on trial for a crime. (आरोपी)
Synonym: Arraigned, Implicated, Incriminated, Indicted
Antonym: Acquitted, Clear, Discharged
Example: He was accused of stealing the money.
Trick: The accused person has abused the law.
10. Campaign: (noun)
Meaning: A plan to do a number of things in order to achieve a special aim. (अभियान)
Synonym: Crusade, Drive, Push, Effort.
Antonym: Inaction, Prevent, Hinder, Inhibit.
Example: I'd better get my campaign manager cracking.
Trick: This campaign held in different reign.
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