To strengthen the crust and core of your English language, what you need is new and effective words added to your dictionary every day. This is a tedious task if you sit with the dictionary every day. Adda247 brings to you a compact way of learning constantly and efficiently. This is today’s Vocabulary for the aspirants who are preparing for the various banking examinations. SBI Clerk, LIC ADO, IBPS RRB, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk are some of the upcoming examinations which can be prepared with the aid of daily Vocabulary. Vocab will help you excel not just in the examinations but will help you sail through the Interview round of the examinations you are preparing for. The words you choose will accelerate you in the correct path towards success and we hope that this article serves the purpose. Here is the vocabulary for 11th October 2019.
INVIGORATE(Verb) : उत्तेजित करना
Meaning: to give new energy or strength to someone or something
Synonyms: boost, stimulate
Antonyms: discourage, dissuade
Example: They argued that a cut in the tax rate would invigorate the economy.
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OXYMORON(Noun) : विरोधाभास
Meaning: two words used together that have, or seem to have, opposite meanings
Synonyms: adumbration, allegory
Antonyms: truth, honesty
Example:The term ‘constitutional democracy’ can be interpreted as either an oxymoron or a tautology.
VIE (Verb) : प्रतियोगिता
Meaning: compete eagerly with someone in order to do or achieve something.
Synonyms: compete, contest, contend
Example: In the championship game, the two teams will vie for the national title.
HYSTERIA (Noun) : हमला
Meaning: exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement.
Synonyms: frenzy, wildness, attack
Antonyms: calmness, self-possession
Example: The hostages were in a state of hysteria when they were rescued by the police.
POGROM (noun) : तबाही
Meaning: massacre, mass murder.
Synonyms: holocaust, slaughter, decimation, carnage.
Antonyms: relief, rescue, refuge, support.
Example: It is unthinkable that anyone could design a pogrom as a means for eliminating a group of people.
CROTCHETY(Adjective) : सनकी
Meaning: often in a bad mood and easily annoyed
Synonyms: grouchy, grumpy
Antonyms: happy, pleasant
Example: By the time the meal began, the youngest children were getting tired and crotchety.
DETERRENCE (Noun) : निवारण
Meaning: the action of discouraging an action or event through instilling doubt or fear of the consequences.
Synonyms: determent, disincentive, dissuasion
Example: Deterrence of aggression also demands forward defense.
MEEK(Adjective) : नम्र
Meaning: quiet and unwilling to disagree or fight or to strongly support personal ideas and opinions
Synonyms: submissive, passive
Antonyms: bold, brave
Example: The poor do not gain heaven, and the meek inherit the least of the earth.
PURLOIN (verb) : चुराना
Meaning: steal (something).
Synonyms: loot, pilfer, steal, embezzle.
Antonyms: bestow, contribute, donate, purchase.
Example: Sometimes it’s impossible to not purloin an excerpt from another person’s blog.