Enhance your vocabulary with vocab words - 10th Aug 2023

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Feasible: (adjective)

Meaning: Possible to do easily or conveniently. (संभव)

Synonym: Practicable, Practical, Workable, Achievable

Antonym: Disadvantageous, Implausible, Impossible, Impractical

Example: She questioned whether it was feasible to stimulate investment in these regions.

Related Words:

Feasibility, Feasibleness

Trick: The practice is feasible and possible

Seeking: (verb)

Meaning: Attempt to find (something). (मांगना)

Synonym: Explore, Follow, Investigate, Pursue

Antonym: Ignore, Shun, Answer, Find

Example: The office is seeking a salesperson.

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Trick: They are seeking for the streaking part.

Curb: (noun)

Meaning: A check or restraint on something. (नियंत्रण)

Synonym:  Restraint, Restriction, Check, Brake

Antonym: Loosen, Liberate, Unleash, Express

Example:  He called for energy consumption to be curbed.

Related Words:

Curbing, Curbed

Trick: He has curb to not to disturb anyone.

Invasion: (noun)

Meaning: An instance of invading a country or region with an armed force. (आक्रमण)

Synonym: Occupation, Conquering, Capture, Seizure

Antonym: Obedience, Retreat, Surrender, Withdrawal

Example: Linking climate change and biological invasions: ocean warming facilitates nonindigenous species invasions.

Related Words:

Invasive, Invaded, Invading

Trick: The had done the invasion on the mansion.

Implement: (verb)

Meaning: The process of putting a decision or plan into effect (कार्यान्वयन)

Synonym: Execution, Application, Performance, Enactment

Antonym: Abandon, Disregard, Forgetfulness, Neglect

Example: The implementation of training was staggered for groups of students.

Related Words:

Implemented, Implementing, Implementation

Trick: The implementation of the plan is done with the satisfaction.

Slammed: (verb)

Meaning: Shut (a door, window, or lid) forcefully and loudly. (पराजित करना)

Synonym: Bang, Attacked, Scolded, Blasted

Antonym: Loose, Open, Slack, Unsealed

Example: He slammed the door in my face.

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Trick: They scammed their money and slammed them on the ground.

Stringent: (adjective)

Meaning: Very strict. (कठोर)

Synonym:  Strict, Firm, Rigid, Rigorous.

Antonym:  Lenient, Flexible.

Example:   The most stringent laws in the world are useless unless there is the will to enforce them.

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Trick: This agent takes stringent decision

Indigenous: (adjective)

Meaning: Originating or occurring naturally in a particular place (स्वदेशी)

Synonym: Native, Endemic, Local, Domestic

Antonym: Introduced, Imported, Expatriate, Adventitious

Example: The park is also home to indigenous tribes.

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Trick: These indigenous tribes are suspicious

Perception: (noun)

Meaning: The ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses. (अनुभूति)

Synonym: Insight, Sensitivity, Perceptivity, Understanding

Antonym: Density, Dullness, Irrationality, Obtuseness

Example: It is my perception that his argument was fundamentally flawed.

Related Words:

Perceptive, Perceptively

Trick: He is exception in perception.

Detention: (noun)

Meaning: Confinement or imprisonment, usually for a short time (कैद)

Synonym:  Custody, Imprisonment, Confinement, Incarceration

Antonym:  Assistance, Help, Freedom, Liberation

Example:  He was kept in detention by the police.

Related Words:

Detained, Detaining

Trick: The detention limits interaction