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1. Ill-fated: (adjective)
Meaning: Not lucky. (अभागा)
Antonym: Happy, Fortunate, Lucky, Favored
Synonym: Doomed, Blighted, Condemned, Damned
Example: That ill-fated ship was built in my constituency.
2. Aviation: (noun)
Meaning: The designing, building and flying of aircraft. (वैमानिकी)
Antonym: Domestic Flight, International Flight, Uncreativeness, Unhurried
Synonym: Aeronautics, Flight, Flying, Gliding.
Example: The planes are too, in the absence of an aviation policy.
3. Inaugurated: (verb)
Meaning: To introduce a new official, leader, etc. at a special formal ceremony. (उद्घाटन)
Antonym: End, Wind Up, Cease, Close.
Synonym: Initiate, Begin, Start, Launch
Example: They inaugurated the new headquarters with a brief ceremony.
4. Courtesy: (noun)
Meaning: Polite and pleasant behaviour that shows respect for other people. (सौजन्य)
Antonym: Discourtesy, Rudeness
Synonym: Politeness, Good Manners, Civility, Respect
Example: Courtesy is all about using your good manners
5. Air-borne: (adjective)
Meaning: Flying in the air. (आकाश में उड़ते हुए)
Antonym: Slow, Ground, Lowly, Terrestrial
Synonym: Aerial, Floating, Soaring, Drifting
Example: Once the plane was airborne I loosened my seat belt.
6. Retrieved: (verb)
Meaning: To get something back from the place where it was left or lost. (पुनः प्राप्त करना)
Antonym: Hide, Misplace, Lose, Steal, Misplaced
Synonym: Recover, Recoup, Reclaim, Redeem
Example: The files were retrieved from the computer.
Retrieval, Retrievable, Retrieving
7. Grieved: (verb)
Meaning: To feel great sadness (especially about the death of somebody you love). (गहरी उदासी होना)
Antonym: Rejoice, Laugh, Be Happy
Synonym: Mourn, Lament, Sorrow
Example: We understand, and we certainly grieved with her at her sad loss.
8. Unreliable: (adjective)
Meaning: That cannot be trusted or depended on. (गै़र-भरोसेमंद)
Antonym: Reliable, Steadfast, Accurate
Synonym: Undependable, Untrustworthy, Irresponsible, Reckless
Example: She also returns to the unreliability of some dictionary-based sources of data.
9. Wreckage: (noun)
Meaning: The broken pieces of something that has been destroyed. (मलबा)
Antonym: Booty, Find, Pickings, Salvage
Synonym: Wreck, Debris, Detritus, Remainder
Example: Workers sifted through the wreckage of the building, searching for bodies.
10. Scrambling: (verb)
Meaning: To climb quickly up or over something using your hands to help you; to move somewhere quickly. (जल्दी-जल्दी कहीं जाना)
Antonym: Dawdle, Crawl, Amble, Stroll.
Synonym: Clamber, Climb, Crawl, Scrabble
Example: She scrambled up the steep hillside and over the rocks.
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