Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Vocabulary for IBPS and Other Bank Exam 2016

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1.Primordial
Meaning: existing at or from the beginning of time; primaeval.
Synonym: first, prehistoric, antediluvian, antique,
Antonym: modern
Sentence: "the primordial oceans"


2.Prima donna
Meaning: the chief female singer in an opera or opera company.
Synonym: leading soprano, leading lady, diva
Sentence: "this solo was added to give the prima donna another aria"

3.Proclivity
Meaning: a tendency to choose or do something regularly; an inclination or predisposition towards a particular thing.
Synonym: liking, inclination, tendency, leaning, disposition, propensity,
Sentence: "a proclivity for hard work"

4.Terrestrial
Meaning: on or relating to the earth.
Synonym: earthly, worldly, mundane, earthbound
Antonym: cosmic, heavenly
Sentence: "increased ultraviolet radiation may disrupt terrestrial ecosystems"

5.Resuscitate
Meaning: revive (someone) from unconsciousness or apparent death.
Synonym: revive, resurrect, restore, regenerate, revitalise
Antonym: extinguish, kill, quench, suppress
Sentence: "an ambulance crew tried to resuscitate him"

6.Spurious
Meaning: not being what it purports to be; false or fake.
Synonym: specious, false, fictitious, counterfeit, fraudulent
Antonym: authentic, genuine, real

7.Badinage
Meaning: humorous or witty conversation
Synonym: repartee
Sentence: "he developed a nice line in badinage with the Labour leader"

8.Pugnacious
Meaning: eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight.
Synonym: combative, aggressive, antagonistic,
Antonym: peaceable, friendly
Sentence: "the increasingly pugnacious demeanour of right-wing politicians"

9.Besotted
Meaning: Very Drunk
Synonym: Buzzed, drunk
Antonym: Sober, straight
Sentence:I had travelling money and got besotted in the bar downstairs

10.Pejorative
Meaning:expressing contempt or disapproval.
Synonym:disparaging, derogatory, denigratory, deprecatory, 
Antonym:complimentary, approbatory
Sentence:"permissiveness is used almost universally as a pejorative term"








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