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  • BY- SANJEEV RATHORE

    THE HINDU VOCABULARY

    Important Words

  • Word - 1

    Words of the Day

    1. Intractable – Adjective – very difficult

    to control

    Synonym – Incurable, fractious, rebel

    Antonym – Courteous, Trainable,

    acquiescent

    Trick – इस टे्रक्टर में बहुत बल है इसे control करना बहुत मुश्ककल है। Example – the intractable problem of

    rising prices of raw material.

    Vocab

  • Erro

    Answer - 2

    Word - 2

    2. Austerity – Noun – discipline –

    आत्मसंयम Synonym – Self – restraint, stoicism

    Antonym – Extremism, insobriety

    Trick – औसत रीतत – ररवाजों से चलनें वाला इंसान Austerity होता है। Example – This rebounds on students,

    who too have bought into the fiscal

    austerity mind set.

    Vocab

  • 3. Wrangle – Noun – a noisy or

    complicated argument – नोंक झोंक, लडाई Synonym – Ruckus, Squabble

    Antonym – concur, Consent

    Trick – Bangle के खो जानें से Husband – wife में wrangle हो गया। Example – They were wrangling over

    money.

    Word - 3 Vocab

  • 4. Vapidity – Noun – Without meaning or

    intelligence – नीरसता Synonym – Feeble, Tedious

    Antonym – Spectacular, wondrous

    Trick – Acidity होनें पर vapidity feel होता है। Example – He never frittered away his

    moments in the vapidity.

    Word - 4 Vocab

  • Word - 5

    5. Mendacity – Noun – Untruthfulness – झूठ Synonym – Deceit, Prevarication

    Antonym – Honesty, Uprightness

    Trick – Mendis ने city के बारे में झूठ बोला। Example – Jin cannot find job at a bank

    because of his mind city.

    Vocab

  • Phrasal Verbs of The day

    6. Fritter away – To waste time or money

    on things that are not important

    Example – He frittered away the millions,

    his father had left him.

    Word - 6 Vocab

  • Word - 7

    7. Bring in – to use the skills of a

    particular group or person.

    Example – this is an opportunity to bring

    in new talent.

    Vocab

  • Idioms of the day

    8. Come at a price – to have unpleasant

    result

    Example – they knew that peace would

    come at a price, but were prepared to pay

    it.

    Word - 8 Vocab

  • 9. Fall on your sword – To take full

    responsibility for a negative situation

    Example – The CEO fell on his sword

    when widespread corruption in the

    company was exposed.

    Word - 9 Vocab

  • Word - 10 Vocab

    One Word substitution

    10. Neocracy – Government by new or

    inexperienced hands.

    Example – One hundred years ago,

    when our constitution was framed, our

    country was but a neocracy.

  • Question of the day

    Questions of the day

    11. Select the synonym of Lethal

    a) Strong

    b) Harmless

    c) Healthy

    d) Fatal (For CGL)

  • Answer - 11

    11.

    Answer – D

    Fatal

    Lethal – Sufficient to cause death

  • Question of the day

    12. Select the most appropriate meaning

    of the idiom – Lock, stock & Barrel

    a) Immediately

    b) Rarely

    c) Completely

    d) Partly (For CHSL)

  • Answer - 12

    12.

    Answer – C

  • Question of the day

    13. Select an opposite word of – Dense

    a) Condensed

    b) Thick

    c) Opaque

    d) Sparse (For Air Force)

  • Answer - 13

    13.

    Answer – D

  • Question of the day

    14. A family of young animals

    a) Cluteh

    b) Offspring

    c) Brood

    d) Nest (For NDA/CDS)

  • Answer - 14

    14.

    Answer – C

  • Question of the day

    15. Select the wrongly spelt word

    a) Hazard

    b) Hasty

    c) Hazy

    d) Hasitate (For Stenographer)

  • Answer - 15

    15.

    Answer – D

    Hesitate