Enhance your vocabulary with vocab words - 27th July 2023

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Embark: (verb)

Meaning: Begin (a course of action). (प्रारंभ)

Synonym: Commence, Enter, Launch, Board

Antonym: Cease, End, Finish, Stop

Example: She's embarking on a new career.

Related Words:

Embarkation, Embarking, Embarked

Trick: The wire embarks to spark

Owing: (adjective)

Meaning: Not yet paid. (देनदार)

Synonym: Unpaid, Unsettled, Payable, Receivable.

Antonym: Paid, Settled, Repaid, Cleared.

Example: The game was cancelled owing to torrential rain.

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Trick: He is owing money for sowing the crops

Urged: (noun)

Meaning: The action of urging someone to do something. (आग्रह)

Synonym: Appetite, Compulsion, Craving, Impulse

Antonym: Disgust, Dislike, Distaste, Hate

Example: I can never resist the urge to laugh.

Related Words:

Urging, Urgently

Trick: Vo dog feeding ke liye urging kar raha h.

Predicted: (verb)

Meaning: To say that something will happen in the future (भविष्यवाणी)

Synonym: Conclude, Envision, Forecast, Foresee

Antonym: Ignore, Calculate, Disbelieve, Measure

Example: The predicted growth in road traffic

Related Words:

Prediction, Predicting

Trick: His addicted work was predicted

Breached: (verb)

Meaning: Make a gap in and break through (a wall, barrier, or defence). (उल्लंघन)

Synonym: Crack, Rift, Rupture, Aperture

Antonym: Agreement, Closing, Closure, Juncture

Example: He claims that the city breached an agreement by selling the property.

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Trick: They reached the mall the breached the system.

Disrupted: (verb)

Meaning: Interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem. (बाधित)

Synonym: Disturb, Rattle, Agitate, Bollix

Antonym: Appease, Soothe, Calm, Clear Up

Example: Protesters disrupted the conference.

Related Words:

Disruption, Disruptive, Disruptively

Trick: The rules are disrupted by the corrupted people.

Restored: (verb)

Meaning: The action of returning something to a former owner, place, or condition. (मरम्मत)

Synonym: Repairing, Fixing, Mending, Refurbishment

Antonym: Destruction, Abolition, Neglect

Example: The building is undergoing restoration.

Related Words:

Restoring, Restoration

Trick: The restoration process needs escalation.

Threats: (noun)

Meaning: A statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on someone in retribution for something done or not done. (धमकी)

Synonym: Warning, Ultimatum, Commination, Menaces

Antonym: Certainty, Safety, Surety.

Example: The country is a great/major/serious threat to world peace.

Related words:

Threatening, Threatened, Threateningly

Trick: Unke threats soch ko affect karte h

Restrictions: (noun)

Meaning: A limiting condition or measure, especially a legal one. (प्रतिबंध)

Synonym: Check, Condition, Constraint, Control

Antonym:  Allowance, Liberation, Permission, Advantage

Example:  They placed/imposed restrictions on smoking indoors.

Related Words:

Restricted, Restricting

Trick: The restrictions can cause substitution of things.

Suspended: (verb)

Meaning: Imposed by a judge or court but not enforced as long as no further offence is committed within a specified period. (निलंबन)

Synonym: Adjournment, Interruption, Delay, Stay 

Antonym: Continuation, Resumption, Beginning, Opening

Example: He was angry about his suspension from the team.

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Trick: The suspension of the man caused him caution.