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Six Months the Hindu Vocabulary for all Competitive Exam like Bank, SSC.

100 Important Vocabulary for upcoming competitive exam SBI PO/Clerk, Bank, SSC, UPSC & State PSC

1.Foray(Noun) : (धावा)

Meaning: A sudden attack or incursion into enemy territory, especially to obtain something; a raid.

Sentence use: Although we felt a little anxious about our FORAY into the jungle, we were still looking forward to our first big game hunt.

2.Fiasco (Noun): (असफलता)

Meaning: A Complete failure, especially a ludicrous or humiliating one.

Sentence use: Because there was no food or music at the party, everyone said the event was a fiasco.

3.Muddle (Verb): (अव्यवस्था)

Meaning; Bring into a disordered or confusing state.

Sentence use: My talkative spouse can muddle the simplest explanation and make it seem extremely complicated.

4.Sui generis (Adj): (अद्रितीय)

Meaning: Unique.

Sentence use: When Twitter launched, it was viewed as SUI GENERIS because of its unique style of communication.

5.Credence (noun): (विश्वास)

Meaning: Belief in or acceptance of something as true.

Sentence use: As no one has been able to disprove the scientist’s theory, it has gained more credence over the years.

6.Apocalypse (Noun): (क़यामत)

Meaning: a cosmic cataclysm in which God destroys the ruling powers of evil.

Sentence use: Many religious groups believe an apocalypse will one day terminate the lives of all sinners.

7.Contour (Noun): ()

Meaning: An outline representing or bounding the shape or form of something.

Sentence use: The artist made sure to contour the lines on the painting to make the animal appear more real.

8.Quinolone (noun):

Meaning: An antibiotic derived from Quinolone and used chief against farm-negative organisms.

Sentence use: The original Quinolone antibiotics included nalidixic acid, cinoxacin and oxalinic acid.

9.Formidable (adj) : (दुर्जय)

Meaning: Inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable

Sentence use: she is truly Formidable, rather like one of those fantastic figureheads on a tall ship.

10.Unprecedented (adj): (अभूतपूर्व)

Meaning: Never done or known before.

Sentence use: A rise in the number of expensive private fitness centres in Scotland has led to an Unprecedented scramble for customers.

11.Dearth (noun): (कमी)

Meaning: A scarcity or lack of something.

Sentence use: There is serious disharmony among the clubs and a Dearth of quality players at the international level.

12.Drudgery (noun): (कठिन परिश्रम)

Meaning: Hard menial or dull work.

Sentence use: Life sure is going to change for the stayers when they realize that all the ordinary people in Drudgery jobs will have bailed out.

13.Vend (verb): (विक्रय करना)

Meaning; Offer (small items) for sale, either from a stall or from a slot machine.

Sentence use: The Vend ended and was reformed repeatedly during the late 19th century, ending by recession in the repeatedly during the late 19th century, ending by recession in the business cycle.

14.Quest (Noun): (तलाश)

Meaning: A long or arduous search for something.

Sentence use: They went on a Quest for gold.

15.Elude (verb): (बचना)

Meaning: Escape from or avoid (a danger, enemy, or pursuer)

Sentence use: The rest of the film deals with Newby’s efforts to elude the Germans while slowly reconditioning his injured leg.\

16. Insurgency (Noun) : (विद्रोह)

Meaning: An active revolt or uprising. 

Sentence use: The troops are driving through the backstreets, making raids on suspected Insurgency cells. 

17. Envoy (noun) : (राज-दूत)  

Meaning: A messenger or representative, especially one on a diplomatic mission, ambassador.

Sentence use: The agreement gives the UN special envoy, the formal power to break any political deadlock. 

18. Litany (noun) : 

Meaning: A series of prayer, petition, invocation.

Sentence use: The Litany continues for well over three hundred pages, but there is little point in following it further.

19.Rebut (verb ); (गलत साबित करना )

Meaning:: Claim or prove that ( Evidence or an accusation) is false

Sentence use: What does this reveal about their stance as fearless truth-tellers always prepared to rebut the lies of the corporate press?

20. Clout (Noun): (ताकत )

Meaning:: Influence or power, especially in politics or business.

Sentence use: boasting about how swimmingly this was going, and how much upstream clout he has, is entirely natural.

 21. Hedge (noun) : 

Meaning:: A way of protecting oneself against financial loss other adverse circumstances.

Sentence use: Hegde funds are pooled investment vehicles which aim to make money for their investors regardless of whether shares rise or false.

22. Direness (Noun) : (तुरंत)

Meaning: Urgent: Desperate.

Sentence use: Rather than an indicator of the quality of British food, the popular appeal of celebrity chefs on British TV is precise because of its direness

23. Unviable (adj); (अलाभकारी )

Meaning: Not capable of working successfully; not feasible.

Sentence use; It was accused of being culturally irrelevant economically unviable and technologically defunct. 

24. Hegemony (noun) : (प्रभुत्त्व)

Meaning: Leadership or dominance, especially by one state or social group over others.

Sentence use: Only in this way will its temporary revolutionary Hegemony became the prologue to a socialist dictatorship. 

25.Communique (noun) : (विञप्ति )

Meaning: An official announcement or statement, especially one made to the media.

Sentence use: In an official communique released here, it was stated that a number of teams have been constituted to check the cases of theft of canal water.

26. In tandem (ph) 

Meaning: One behind another.

Sentence use: Second screening for news is becoming commonplace, with users often using devices in tandem.

27. Bonhomie (noun) : (खुशमिज़ाज़ )

Meaning: Cheerful friendliness; geniality

Sentence use: Although he had been here less than 24 hours, Sam knew this jovial bonhomie on Howell’s part was unnatural.

28. Tepid (adj) 

Meaning: Showing little enthusiasm.

Sentence use: It seems that in the United Kingdom, there is sometimes kind of a tepid response to the Royals.

29. Succour (noun): (परेशानी में सहायता) 

Meaning: Assistance and support in times of hardship and distress. 

Sentence use: She is a succour and support to him but is also a considerable thinker in her own right. 

30. Egregious (adj) : (प्रबल)

Meaning: Outstanding bad; shocking 

Sentence use: They are not concerned, and claim not to notice, the egregious breach of the compact between society and the media. 

31 Rampant (adj) : (अनियंत्रित)

Meaning: Uncontrolled, unchecked,

Sentence use:  This definitely is a bane as complaints of constipation acidity, obesity, indigestion, etc, are rampant among the youth.

32. Coinage (noun); 

Meaning: The invention of a new word or phrase coins collectively.

Sentence use: he also attempted to fine-tune the money supply with the mintage of new gold coinage and adulterated silver coins.

33. Ethos (noun): (प्रकृति)

Meaning: The characteristic spirit of a culture, era or community.

Sentence use: Apart from strengthening the sub-continental ethos for the sport, the tours ensured a degree of improvement in the approach and technique.

34. Mutate (verb) : (रूप बदलना ) 

Meaning: Change in form or nature.

Sentence use:  when a pig contracts bird flu, the flu virus can mutate to attach to the human-like pig receptors.

35. Progeny (noun) : ( संतान )

Meaning: A descendant or the descendants of a person

Sentence use: Because the billionaire bachelor did not have a progeny his entire estate went to charity when he died.

36. Lax (adj) : (बेपरवाह) 

Meaning: Not sufficiently strict, severe, or careful

Sentence use: His lax attitude left people to think he was disinterested.

37. Proliferation (noun): (प्रसार ) 

Meaning: A rapid increase in the number or amount of something.

Sentence use: The doctor explained that proliferation of the cancer cells shows that the cancer is spreading more rapidly than expected.

38. Lumpen (adj) : 

Meaning: Uninterested in revolutionary advancement

Sentence use: The lumpen public is enveloped in a culture of dependency

39. Battered (adj) : (चकनाचूर) 

Meaning: Injured by repeated blows or punishment.

Sentence use: But to my surprise, instead, he got out a battered pair of drumsticks, with which the best a brief tattoo on the top of my head.

40. Diligence (noun) : (लगन)

Meaning: Careful and persistent work or effort.

Sentence use: The researchers continue their diligence and are constantly looking for a cancer cure.

41. Probe ( noun ) : (जाँच)

Meaning: Investigation, Inquiry.

Sentence use: Before a warrant can be issued, the detective must prove the case further.

42. Moratorium (noun) : (रोक)

Meaning: A temporary prohibition of an activity.

Sentence use: A large number of politicians and voters would like to see a moratorium placed on home foreclosures.

43.Conscience (noun) : (विवेक) 

Meaning: A person’s moral sense of right and wrong.

Sentence use: The serial killer’s lack of conscience made it very easy for him to kill people.

44.Ab initio (adv) ; ( शुरू से )

Meaning: From the beginning.

Sentence use: The first ab initio candidates will be selected by the middle of next month.

45. Facet (noun): (पहलु) 

Meaning: A particular aspect or feature of something.

Sentence use: Only starting on the first Facet of his new fitness plan, he was already seeing results.

 

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