Meaning: To make better
Synonyms: Amend, better, improve, upgrade
Antonyms: worsen, reduce, diminish
Example: The editor ameliorated the manuscript with his changes.
ELATION (noun) उत्साह
Meaning: a state of extreme happiness or excitement.
Synonyms: happiness, exhilaration, joy, joyousness.
Antonyms: depression, despair, gloom, sorrow.
Usage: Their elation on our victory in Kargil was boundless.
DISSIDENCE (Noun) मतभेद
Meaning: disagreement over a matter
Synonyms: contention, disagreement, discordance, disharmony, dispute
Antonyms: agreement, approval, authorization, concurrence
Example: So much is said nowadays about the dissidence of the spiritual and intellectual worlds.
SLEW (Noun)बड़ी मात्रा में
Meaning: The definition of a slew is a large quantity of something.
Synonyms: abundance, aggregation, batch, bunch, bundle, multiplicity, plenty
Antonyms: individual, lack, debt, ditch
Example: He’s got afloat and a slew of balloons!
IMPRIMATUR (noun) अनुमति
Meaning: a person’s authoritative approval.
Synonyms: agreement, consent, assent, permission.
Antonyms: disapprobation, disapproval, opprobrium, reprobation.
Usage: The court case could not proceed without an imprimatur from the judge.
CAPACIOUS (adjective) विशाल
Meaning: having a lot of space inside, roomy.
Synonyms: roomy, commodious, spacious, ample.
Antonyms: limited, restricted, narrow, exclusive.
Usage: The Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium is very capacious.
INEXORABLE (Adjective) निष्ठुर
Meaning: impossible to stop or prevent.
Synonyms: relentless, unstoppable, unavoidable, inescapable
Antonyms: kind, merciful, sympathetic
Usage: The inexorable truth is that Shelley is going to die within six months because she has cancer.
SPURN (Verb) तिरस्कार
Meaning: reject with disdain or contempt.
Synonyms: refuse, decline, reject, rebuff
Antonyms: accept, admire, approve, allow
Usage: Even after you spurn this so-called charity’s request for donations, they continue to hound you every week.
ACQUIT (Verb)बरी करना
Meaning: free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty.
Synonyms: absolve, exonerate, exculpate, vindicate
Usage: They always acquit themselves of their duty very well.
TACIT (adjective) सूचित
Meaning: understood or implied without being stated.
Synonyms: implicit, inferred, insinuated, unspoken.
Antonyms: blatant, evident, manifest, explicit.
Usage: In my business, all that is needed for a tacit understanding is a handshake between men.