Hello dear aspirants, Here is the vocabulary list for the upcoming bank and other competitive exams. Do study it on daily basis and enhance your vocabulary skills.
1. Opportune (Adjective): Convenient time for a particular action or event (समयोचित)
Synonyms: Appropriate, Favourable, Fortuitous, Suitable, Timely
Antonyms: Inappropriate, Inopportune, Unsuitable, Untimely
Example: All day long, the stockbrokers watch their computer screens for the most opportune time to buy and sell stocks.
Related words: Opportunity (Noun): A time or set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something
2. Transformed (Verb): Make a marked change in the form, nature, or appearance of (तब्दील किया)
Synonyms: Alter, Convert, Metamorphose, Mold, Remodel
Antonyms: Hold, Keep, Preserve, Remain
Example: A broad smile transformed his face.
Verb Forms: Transform, Transformed, Transformed
Related word: Transformation (Noun): A marked change in form, nature, or appearance
3. Discretionary (Adjective): Available for use at the discretion of the user (विवेकाधीन)
Synonyms: Elective, Facultative, Unrestricted
Example: The Parliament and the Members of Parliament have discretionary powers.
Related word: Discretion (Noun): The freedom to decide what should be done in a particular situation
4. Sweeping (Adjective): Wide in range or effect (व्यापक)
Synonyms: Broad, Comprehensive, Exhaustive, Overall, Vast
Antonyms: Exclusive, Narrow, Restricted, Superficial
Example: She entered with a sweeping courtesy
Related word: Sweep (Verb): Move swiftly and smoothly
5. Bedevilled (Verb): Cause great and continual trouble to (सताया हुआ)
Synonyms: Annoy, Beset, Bother, Harass, Irritate
Antonyms: Assist, Delight, Happy, Please
Example: The relative slowness of crowds can bedevil even experienced traders.
Verb Forms: Bedevil Bedevilled, Bedevilled
6. Formalisation (Noun): Explaining something explicitly (औपचारिक)
Synonyms: Clarification, Explanation, Interpretation, Rationalisation
Antonyms: Ambiguity, Vagueness
Example: This situation was changed by the formalisation of the categories as part of the rules.
Related words: Formal (Adjective): Officially sanctioned or recognized
Formality (Noun): The rigid observance of convention
7. Utterly (Adverb): Completely and without qualification; absolutely (सरासर)
Synonyms: Absolutely, Fully, Perfectly, Totally, Wholly
Antonyms: Incompletely, Inadequately, Partially, Partly
Example: She was utterly unable to recall either the name of the story or the book.
Related words: Utter (Adjective): Complete; Absolute.
8. Surged (Verb): Move suddenly and powerfully forward or upward (बढ़ा)
Synonyms: Climb, Grow, Mount, Rise, Stream
Antonyms: Decline, Decrease, Descend, Lessen
Example: Time travels by the surge.
Verb Forms: Surge, Surged, Surged
9. Paradoxically (Adverb): In a seemingly absurd or self-contradictory way (विरोधाभास से)
Synonyms: Abstrusely, Bewilderingly, Circuitously, Excursively, Intricately
Antonyms: Apparently, Clearly, Easily, Plainly, Simply
Example: The singer’s career might have been on the decline, but his online popularity paradoxically grew by a huge percentage.
Related words: Paradoxical (Adjective): Seemingly absurd or self-contradictory
10. Hailed (Verb): To greet something by someone (स्वागत)
Synonyms: Greet, Salute, Whistle for
Antonyms: Disdain, Dishonour, Disparage
Example: The soldiers have been hailed as heroes by the President.
Verb Forms: Hail, Hailed, Hailed