Hello dear aspirants, Here is the vocabulary list for upcoming bank and other competitive exams. Do study it on daily basis and enhance your vocabulary skills.
1. Misgiving (noun): A feeling of doubt or apprehension about the outcome or consequences of something. (संदेह/अविश्वास/आशंका)
Synonyms: Anxiety, Angst, Alarm, Worry, Unease.
Antonyms: Belief, Calmness, Certainty, Confidence, Faith.
Example: James overlooked his misgiving about the new job because he really needed to pay his rent.
2. Plethora (noun): A large or excessive amount of something/ an excess of (बहुत साड़ी/प्रचुर मात्रा में) Synonyms: Overabundance, Plenty, Profusion, Surfeit, Glut.
Antonyms: Lack, Need, Scarcity, Want, Few, Little, Rarity.
Example: There has been a plethora of plays in recent years whose claim to modernity is based on indicated rather than felt emotion.
3. Indispensable (adjective): Absolutely necessary. (अत्यावश्यक/अनिवार्य)
Synonyms: Essential, Crucial, Necessary, Vital, Requisite, Vitally Important.
Antonyms: Additional, Auxiliary, Extra, Inessential, Minor, Trivial.
Example: To most teenagers, their mobile phones are indispensable to their happiness.
Indispensableness (noun) – अपरिहार्यता
4. Tooth and nail (idiom): To use a lot of effort to oppose someone or achieve something (जी जान से)
Synonyms: Try Utmost, Effort Most, Put Your Best, With Vigor.
Antonyms: Reluctantly, Unwillingly.
Example: I’m going to fight tooth and nail for the promotion of my business.
5. Coercive (adjective): Relating to or using force or threats. (बलपूर्वक/जबरदस्ती से)
Synonyms: Forceful, Threat-Ful, Intimidating.
Antonyms: Willing, Volunteering.
Example: The bully tried to coerce the small kids into giving him their lunch money.
Verb forms: Coerce, Coerced, Coerced.
Coerce(verb): विवश करना
6. Conflate (verb): Combine (two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc.) into one. (मिलना/एक साथ होना)
Synonyms: Combine, Unite, Join, Unify, Amalgamate, Consolidate.
Antonyms: Divide, Part, Separate, Dissolve.
Example: I merely protested that it is simply wrong to conflate the cultural arguments for marriage rights with the political ones.
Verb forms: Conflate, Conflated, Conflated.
Conflation (noun) – The merging of two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc. into one.
7. Empirical (adjective): Based on, concerned with, or verifiable by observation or experience rather than theory or pure logic. (अनुभवसद्ध)
Synonyms: Observed, Seen, Factual, Actual, Experimental, Experiential, Practical.
Antonyms: Conjectural, Hypothetical, Impractical, Theoretic.
Example: Because there was no empirical link between the suspect and the victim, the prosecutor found it hard to make a provable case.
Empirically (adverb) – आनुभविक
8. Nullify (verb): Make legally null and void; invalidate. (अमान्य घोषित करना/रद्द करना)
Synonyms: Annul, Render Null And Void, Void, Invalidate, Render Invalid, Negate, Quash, Rescind.
Antonyms: Enact, Legislate, Establish, Found, Institute.
Example: The neighborhood has made an attempt to nullify the real estate developer’s plans by protesting outside of city hall.
Verb forms: Nullify, Nullified, Nullified.
9. Treasure (verb): Keep carefully (a valuable or valued item)/value highly. (बहुमूल्य समझना/संजोए रखना)
Synonyms: Hold Dear, Place Great Value On, Prize, Set Great Store By, Value Greatly, Esteem.
Antonyms: Disgrace, Dishonor; Blemish.
Example: This gift means a lot to me, and I will make sure that I treasure it for as long as I live, no matter how long that may be.
Verb forms: Treasure, Treasured, Treasured.
10. Statute (noun): A law passed by a formal body such as a legislature a rule of an organization or institution. (कानून/विधान)
Synonyms: Law, Regulation, Enactment, Decree, Edict, Rule, Promulgation.
Example: The statute prohibits businesses from selling alcohol to minors.