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1. Appointed: (adjective)
Meaning: Decided on beforehand (नियुक्त)
Synonym: Scheduled, Arranged, Prearranged, Specified
Antonym: Refusal, Abnegation, Ban, Choice
Example: She was appointed professor of chemistry at the university.
2. Approve: (verb)
Meaning: Officially agree to or accept as satisfactory. (मंज़ूरी देना)
Synonym: Accredit, Certify, Endorse, Sanction
Antonym: Reject, Deny, Disapprove, Disallow
Example: I don't care if all the other parents are letting their kids do it; I still don't approve.
Approval, Approving, Approvingly
3. Nudging: (verb)
Meaning: Prod (someone) gently with one's elbow in order to attract attention. (परोक्ष दबाव डाल)
Synonym: Poke, Elbow, Dig, Prod
Antonym: Discourage, Dissuade, Pull, Repress
Example: I nudged the plate closer to him.
4. Recruitment: (noun)
Meaning: The process of actively seeking out, finding and hiring candidates for a specific position or job (भर्ती)
Synonym: Engagement, Enlistment, Enrollment, Employment
Antonym: Fun, Unemployment, Avocation, Entertainment
Example: The recruitment process has been really successful and all managers and team leaders have now been placed.
5. Clarified: (verb)
Meaning: Make (a statement or situation) less confused and more comprehensible (स्पष्ट किया)
Synonym: Simplify, Explain, Explicate, Define
Antonym: Complicate, Confuse, Question, Mix Up
Example: Her explanation did not clarify matters much.
6. Substantive: (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
7. Verge: (noun)
Meaning: An edge or border. (कगार)
Synonym: Edge, Border, Margin, Side
Antonym: Center, Inside, Interior, Middle
Example: There are lovely grass verges by the side of the road.
8. Urging: (noun)
Meaning: The action of urging someone to do something. (आग्रह)
Synonym: Appetite, Compulsion, Craving, Impulse
Antonym: Disgust, Dislike, Distaste, Hate
Example: I can never resist the urge to laugh.
9. Vacancies: (noun)
Meaning: An unoccupied position or job (रिक्त पद)
Synonym: Opening, Position, Vacant Position, Situation
Antonym: Fullness, Unemployment, Fill, Overflow
Example: School administrators are trying to fill vacancies before the beginning of the school year.
Vacancy, Vacant, Vacantly
10. Requisition: (noun)
Meaning: An official order laying claim to the use of property or materials. (मांग)
Synonym: Order, Request, Call, Application
Antonym: Permit, Inaccessibility, Unavailability
Example: The officer requisitioned supplies for his troops.
Antonym: Defend, Maintain, Uphold, Assert
Example: He revisited his old house.
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