Daily Vocabulary for Bank Exams: 10th March 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. FARE (verb) सफल रहना
Meaning: perform in a specified way in a particular situation or over a particular period.
Synonyms: proceed, progress, manage, cope.
Antonyms: cease, regress, suppress, retard.
Usage: We'll also give you exclusive analysis of how each team fared over the weekend.

2. ADJUDICATION (noun) न्यायिक निर्णय
Meaning: a formal judgment on a disputed matter.
Synonyms: arbitration, decision, assessment, verdict.
Antonyms: incomprehension, indecision, enigma, amnesty.
Usage: Articles 5 and 6 both deal with the promptness with which an adjudication must proceed against criminal defendants.

3. DOWNRIGHT (adjective) सर्वथा
Meaning: (of something bad or unpleasant) utter; complete (used for emphasis).
Synonyms: total, absolute, thorough, perfect, sheer.
Antonyms: inadequate, incomplete, insufficient, unfinished.
Usage:  It was downright bad marking that allowed Dermot Shields head past Larkin from six yards for the lead goal.

4. ACQUITTAL (noun) रिहाई
Meaning: a judgment or verdict that a person is not guilty of the crime with which they have been charged.
Synonyms: absolution, exoneration, exculpation, liberation.
Antonyms: conviction, accusation, incrimination, indictment.
Usage: Now the choice is go to trial on a felony assault charge and hope for an acquittal or plead guilty to a misdemeanor.

5. REMIT (verb) छोड़ना
Meaning: cancel or refrain from exacting or inflicting (a debt or punishment).
Synonyms: revoke, repeal, rescind, abrogate.
Antonyms: heed, mark,  note, object.
Usage: The judge refused to remit the young manʼs cavalier disregard for his pile of unpaid speeding tickets.

6. ACUMEN (noun) कुशाग्रता
Meaning: the ability to make good judgments and take quick decisions.
Synonyms: shrewdness, acuity, cleverness, smartness.
Antonyms: guilelessness, ingenuousness, artlessness, fatuity.
Usage: But generally I prefer policies that demonstrate a scintilla of common sense and financial acumen.

7. CONDIGN (adjective) अनुरूप
Meaning: (of punishment or retribution) appropriate to the crime or wrongdoing; fitting and deserved.
Synonyms: earned, merited, warranted, justifiable.
Antonyms: unjust, undue, unsuitable, unfair.
Usage: I may pity him, and even understand his motives, but a murderer is still deserving of condign punishment.

8. PERSUASION (noun) अनुनय
Meaning: a belief or set of beliefs, especially religious or political ones.
Synonyms: opinion, conviction, faith, view.
Antonyms: dissuasion, distrust, constraint, disbelief.
Usage: Political leaders and women of all political persuasions are expected to attend the commemorations.

9. EXEMPTION (noun) मुक्ति
Meaning: the action of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others.
Synonyms: indemnity, exclusion, freedom, relief.
Antonyms: liability, accountability, obligation, responsibility.
Usage: If they get exemption from rent control law, their income would increase several times.

10. PLAUDIT (noun) प्रशंसा
Meaning: an expression of praise or approval.
Synonyms: acclamation, commendation, encomiums, accolades.
Antonyms: condemnation, criticism, vilification, admonition.
Usage: The film smoothly rides on its success, earning the plaudit of being one of the highest-ever grossers in the Malayalam film industry.

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