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1. Acquittal: (noun)
Meaning: a judgment or verdict that a person is not guilty of the crime with which they have been charged. (दोषमुक्ति)
Synonym: absolution, clearing, exoneration, exculpate
Antonym: accuse, blame, charge, condemn
Example: The case resulted in acquittal of the defendant.
2. Slaughter: (verb)
Meaning: kill (animals) for food. (वध)
Synonym: destruction, Extermination, liquidation, slaying
Antonym: emancipation, freeing, extrication, salvation
Example: Thousands of people were slaughtered during the conflict.
3. Presumed: (verb)
Meaning: suppose that something is the case on the basis of probability. (परिकल्पित)
Synonym: assume, suppose, imagine, take it
Antonym: abstain, calculate, disbelieve, disregard
Example: I presume (that) the car was very expensive.
Presumption, presuming, presumably
4. Accusations: (noun)
Meaning: a charge or claim that someone has done something illegal or wrong. (आरोपों)
Synonym: allegation, charge, claim, assertion
Antonym: approval, acquiescence, assent
Example: He was accused of stealing the money.
Accused, accusing, accusingly
5. Collusion: (noun)
Meaning: secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy in order to deceive others. (आपसी साँठ - गाँठ)
Synonym: conspiracy, connivance, complicity, intrigue
Antonym: honesty, truthfulness, Faithfulness, ignorance
Example: The companies were accused of acting in collusion to fix prices.
6. Conviction: (noun)
Meaning: a formal declaration by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law that someone is guilty of a criminal offence. (दोषसिद्धि)
Synonym: confidence, faith, feeling, principle
Antonym: distrust, doubt, disbelief, unbelief
Example: She had a firm conviction that they would meet again in the hereafter.
7. Predominantly: (adverb)
Meaning: mainly (मुख्य रूप से)
Synonym: chiefly, principally, primarily
Antonym: minorly, Subordinately, unimportantly
Example: The landscape has remained predominantly rural in appearance.
8. Abysmally: (adverb)
Meaning: in an extremely bad way (काफी)
Synonym: abominable, atrocious, awful, dreadful
Antonym: infinite, low
Example: They have failed abysmally to answer that central question in these debates.
9. Prosecution: (noun)
Meaning: the institution and conducting of legal proceedings against someone in respect of a criminal charge. (अभियोग पक्ष)
Synonym: arraign, indict, litigate, sue
Antonym: defeat, failure, neglect
Example: A number of prosecutions have taken place under the new regulations, and penalties have been inflicted.
10. Conducted: (noun)
Meaning: an idea that is taken to be true on the basis of probability. (संचालित)
Synonym: manage, direct, run, control
Antonym: misdirected, vagrant, wandering
Example: The police are conducting an investigation into last week's robbery.
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