Daily Vocab 6th Sep 2017 for upcoming bank and other competitive exams

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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. Exchequer (Noun): A royal or national treasury (राजकोष)

Synonyms: Fund, Repository, Reserve, Treasury, Vault

Antonyms: Debts, Indebtedness, Liabilities

Example: There’s nothing left in the exchequer this month.

2. Bankrupt (Noun): A person judged by a court to be insolvent, whose property is taken and disposed of for the benefit of their creditors (दिवालिया)

Synonyms: Destitute, Exhausted, Failed, Insolvent, Lost, Ruined

Antonyms: Rich, Solvent, Successful, Wealthy

Example: Even though the woman was bankrupt, she still shopped as if she had plenty of money.

Related Word: Bankruptcy (Noun): The state of being bankrupt

3. Prospective (Adjective): Likely to happen at a future date (भावी)

Synonyms: Coming, Eventual, Expected, Likely, Proposed

Antonyms: Agreed, Former, Now, Retrospective

Example: Prospective measures must be taken to make sure that future investments do not fail like the current ones.

Related word: Prospect (Noun): The possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring

4. Overhaul (Verb): Take apart a piece of machinery in order to examine it and repair it if necessary.(जीर्णोद्धार करना)

Synonyms: Fix, Improve, Rebuild, Recondition, Repair, Revamp

Antonyms: Break, Damage, Destroy, Hurt, Injure

Example: Clean and repair the forcing-houses, and overhaul the heating apparatus to see it is in good working condition.

Verb Forms: Overhaul, Overhauled, Overhauled

5. Consistently (Adverb): In every case or on every occasion; invariably (अनुरूपता से)

Synonyms: Constantly, Normally, Persistently, Regularly, Routinely, Steadily

Antonyms: Intermittently, Occasionally, Periodically, Sometimes, Sporadically

Example: You have been consistently late for the office for a week.

Related Word: Consistent (Adjective): Acting or done in the same way over time

6. Distress (Noun): Extreme anxiety or pain (संकट)

Synonyms: Anguish, Concern, Discomfort, Misery, Pang

Antonyms: Aid, Comfort, Calmness, Contentment, Euphoria, Pleasure

Example: When the boat caught on fire, the captain issued a distress call.

7. Prerogative (Noun): Privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class (विशेषाधिकार)

Synonyms: Authority, Choice, Immunity, Liberty, Perquisite

Antonyms: Duty, Disadvantage, Drawback, Obligation

Example: The princess felt it was her prerogative to always walk in front of everyone else.

8. Modalities (Noun): A particular mode in which something exists or is experienced or expressed (प्रकार)

Synonyms: Form, Manner, Method, Process, Procedure, Style, Technique

Antonyms: Invisibility, Invisibleness

Example: Amrita has had so much success with her teaching modalities that other teachers often ask her about the process.

Related Word: Modal (Adjective): Relating to mode or form as opposed to substance

9. Contingencies (Noun): A provision for a possible event or circumstance (आकस्मिक प्रावधान)

Synonyms: Emergency, Eventuality, Crisis, Predicament, Uncertainty

Antonyms: Advantage, Certainty, Definiteness, Plan, Surety

Example: We got our documents together and prepared for any contingency the bank might try and use to deny our loan.

Related Word: Contingent (Adjective): Subject to chance

10. Synergies (Noun): The interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations (सहयोग)

Synonyms: Alliance, Harmony, Union, Unity, Teaming

Antonyms: Discord, Divorce, Separation

Example: The synergy between the two firms has created a giant company that now controls the industry.

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