Daily Vocabulary for Bank Exams: 8th February 2019


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Vocabulary is an important part of English that helps you deal with all kinds of questions in objective as well as descriptive papers of various exams. In the recently concluded Banking Exams, we witnessed that a major part of the exam was based on vocabulary. Many questions were vocab based and we can expect the same in the upcoming exams. It becomes very important to learn ample amount of words for the upcoming Government Job Exams. You can learn new words daily from our Daily Word List . Here is a list of words from daily Editorials. Learn the words and make your own sentences on the basis of the given word list.

1. OVERTURE (noun): सन्धि प्रस्ताव
Meaning: an introduction to something more substantial.
Synonyms: prelude, introduction, opening, voluntary.
Antonyms: conclusion, epilogue, aftermath, coda.
Usage: He spent more time with the orchestra, with the overture in the beginning of the show than the whole block of the show.

2 HEFT (verb): वज़न
Meaning: lift or carry (something heavy).
Synonyms: lift, heave, hoist, haul.
Antonyms: lower, drop, fix, dodge.
Usage: Reluctantly, she hefted herself up and picked up the phone.

3. SUPERANNUATED (adjective): वयोवृद्ध
Meaning: outdated or obsolete through age or new developments;
Synonyms: anachronistic, antiquated, defunct, obsolete.
Antonyms: modern, modish, newfangled, modernized.
Usage: The information on my website was superannuated and needed updating.

4. STEER (verb): रास्ते पर लाना
Meaning: Guide the movement or course of.
Synonyms: guide, conduct, direct, lead.
Antonyms: abandon, ashore, fuddle, trail.
Usage: I held back a smile at his obvious attempt to steer me back on course.

5. Brickbat: (noun) रोड़ा
Meaning: an act or expression showing scorn and usually intended to hurt another’s feelings
Synonyms: affront, barb, epithet, indignity.
Antonyms: accolade, commendation, compliment, acclaim.
Usage: The candidates were reduced to hurling brickbats at each other.

6. TREASON: (noun) राज-द्रोह
Meaning: the action of betraying someone or something.
Synonyms: betrayal, disloyalty, falsity, treachery.
Antonyms: faithfulness, loyalty, staunchness, steadfastness.
Usage: Reading a friend’s diary without permission would have to be regarded as the ultimate act of personal treason.

7. MEDDLE: (verb) हस्तक्षेप करना
Meaning: interfere in something that is not one’s concern.
Synonyms: interlope, intrude, poke, pry.
Antonyms: shun, disregard, neglect, overlook.
Usage: Please stop meddling in your sister’s life, even though you mean well.

8. STASH (noun): छिपाने की जगह
Meaning: A store or supply of something, typically one that is kept hidden or secret.
Synonyms: hoard, stockpile, store, reservoir.
Antonyms: cast, discard, dump, jettison.
Usage: He looks around for a place to stash the dough and start a new identity.

9. SMUG (adjective): आत्मसंतुष्ट
Meaning: having or showing an excessive pride in oneself or one’s achievements.
Synonyms: bighead, complacence, egotism, vainglory.
Antonyms: diffidence, bashfulness, demureness, shyness.
Usage: Because Rocky had a smug attitude during his meeting with the principal, he projected the image he was proud of his misdeeds.

10. DAFT (adjective): मंदबुद्धि
Meaning: silly; foolish.
Synonyms: balmy, bedlam, demented, deranged
Antonyms: rational, reasonable, judicious, sensible.
Usage: We were shocked that Diana was so daft to believe John’s tale.

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