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. Suspected: (verb)
Meaning: Have an idea or impression of the existence, presence, or truth of (something) without certain proof. (संदिग्ध)
Synonym: Open, Pseudo, Doubtable, Thick
Antonym: Innocent, Known, Trusted, Trustworthy
Example: He's suspected in four burglaries.
Suspecting, Suspicious, Suspiciously
Trick: Crime prove hone tak Suspect ki respect karni chahiye
2. Accompanied: (verb)
Meaning: Go somewhere with (someone) as a companion or escort. (के साथ)
Synonym: Abetted, Advised, Assisted, Backed
Antonym: Discouraged, Harmed, Hindered, Impeded
Example: She will accompany me to the store.
Trick: He is accompanied by the pretained one.
3. 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.
Trick: These incidents are subsequent.
4. Commotion: (noun)
Meaning: A state of confused and noisy disturbance. (हंगामा)
Synonym: Disturbance, Racket, Uproar, Tumult
Antonym: Calmness, Happiness, Harmony, Order
Example: His arrival caused quite a commotion.
Trick: His demotion can cause commotion.
5. Conducted (adjective)
Meaning: Led by a guide. (संचालित)
Synonym: Manage, Direct, Run, Control
Antonym: Contracted, Caught, Came Down
Example: The experiments were conducted by scientists in New York.
Trick: All are being conducted to stay away from melted ice.
6. Assure: (verb)
Meaning: Tell someone something positively to dispel any doubts. (आश्वासन)
Synonym: Encourage, Persuade, Reassure, Satisfy
Antonym: Discourage, Dissuade, Distress
Example: I can assure you that you won't be disappointed.
Assurance, Assured, Assuring, Assuredly
Trick: He assure the cure the disease.
7. Wailing: (adjective)
Meaning: Crying with pain, grief, or anger. (शोकपूर्ण)
Synonym: Sobbing, Weeping, Bawl, Bawling
Antonym: Approve, Compliment, Gloat, Praise
Example: The child started wailing after she stumbled and fell.
Trick: The criminal is wailing with bad feeling.
8. Mutilated: (verb)
Meaning: Inflict a violent and disfiguring injury on. (विकृत)
Synonym: Amputate, Butcher, Cripple, Deface
Antonym: Adorn, Aid, Assist, Beautify
Example: Her arm was mutilated in a car accident.
Trick: The man is suspected with mutilated.
9. 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.
Admission, Admittedly, Admitting
Trick: The thief admitted that he created the plan.
10. Mauled: (verb)
Meaning: Wound (a person or animal) by scratching and tearing. (घायल करना)
Synonym: Aching, Aggrieved, Agonized, Battered
Antonym: Happy, Healthy, Perfect, Pleased
Example: The girl was mauled (to death) by a dog.
Trick: The man mauled the boy as he hauled him.
As always, if you have any questions or feedback, we’d love to hear from you. You can reach us on firstname.lastname@example.org or
Call support - +91 78498 41445 ,+91 83029 72601 ,+91 78775 18210