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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.
Trick: These indigenous tribes are suspicious
Meaning: Admit (someone) formally to a post or organization. (शामिल)
Synonym: Conscript, Enlist, Inaugurate, Recruit
Antonym: Close, End, Finish, Expel
Example: She was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Inductive, Inducting, Inductively, Inducted
Trick: The force is inducted and subjected towards the similar goal.
Meaning: Official permission to do or change something. (मंज़ूरी)
Synonym: Penalty, Punishment, Deterrent
Antonym: Reward, Prohibition, Ban
Example: The government has sanctioned the use of force.
Trick: He is sanction for his action.
Meaning: Regarded as likely. (अपेक्षित)
Synonym: Normal, Conventional, Familiar, Habitual
Antonym: Unannounced, Unheralded, Unpredicted, Unexpected
Example: As expected, the election was very close.
Trick: The VIP is expected to be protected.
Meaning: After a particular thing has happened (तत्पश्चात्)
Synonym: Afterwards, Finally, Later, Latterly
Antonym: Earlier, Former, Prior, Previous
Example: I heard subsequently that she had left
Trick: He potentially does his work subsequently