Daily Vocabulary: 14th January 2020

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Locus standi : : हस्तक्षेप का अधिकार
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: the right or capacity to bring an action or to appear in a court.
Synonyms: legal standing, bring legal proceedings, right to litigation
Usage in a Sentence: As I had no army with me, I had no locus standi for sending an ambassador.

Foster :  पोषण
Pronunciation: faw-ster/ 
Part of Speech: Verb
Meaning: encourage the development of (something, especially something desirable).
Synonyms: nurture, support
Antonyms: neglect, ignore
Usage in a Sentence: The leader did his best to foster a sense of solidarity among the new volunteers.

Persistent : दृढ़
Pronunciation: per-sis-tuhnt/ 
Part of Speech: Adjective
Meaning: continuing firmly or obstinately in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.
Synonyms: firm, persevering, resolute, tenacious, determined, constant
Antonyms: inconstant, irresolute
Usage in a sentence: Albert had a persistent headache that lasted for three days.

Misgivings : गलतफहमी
Pronunciation: mis-giv-ing/ 
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: a feeling of doubt or apprehension about the outcome or consequences of something.
Synonyms: doubt, qualm, reservation, apprehensions
Antonyms: confidence, belief, agreement, approval
Usage in a Sentence: He had considerable misgivings at the prospect of moving jobs.

Dissemination : प्रसार
Pronunciation: dih-sem-uh-ney-shuh n/ 
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: the action or fact of spreading something, especially information, widely.
Synonyms: distribution, circulation
Antonyms: gathering, collection
Usage in a sentence: The dissemination of music by radio and gramophone record permeated the whole country and every social stratum.
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Curiously : कौतूहलपूर्वक
Pronunciation: kyoor-ee-uhs/ 
Part of Speech: Adverb
a. in a way that shows eagerness to know or learn something.
b. in a strange and unusual way.
Synonyms: oddly, strangely, bizarrely, inquisitively
Antonyms: clearly, basically, regularly, commonly
Usage in a Sentence: The neighbours curiously peered through windows at me.

Explicitly  : स्पष्ट रूप से
Pronunciation: ik-splis-it/ 
Part of Speech: Adverb
a. in a clear and detailed manner, leaving no room for confusion or doubt.
b. (in reference to representations of sexual activity) graphically and vividly.
Synonyms: expressly, clearly, obviously, strongly
Antonyms: implicitly, aimlessly, ambiguously, presumably
Usage in a Sentence: The essay should state explicitly how the facts support the thesis.

Exemption : छूट
Pronunciation: ig-zemp-shuhn
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: the action of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others.
Synonyms: freedom, release, dispensation
Antonyms: responsibility, liability
Usage in a sentence: This firm is assisting the organization in resolving problems related to its tax exemption.

Portal  : द्वार
Pronunciation: pawr-tl/ 
Part of Speech: Noun
a. a doorway, gate, or other entrance, especially a large and imposing one.
b. a website or web page providing access or links to other sites.
Synonyms: doorway, gate, entrance, archway, platform
Antonyms: barricade, exit, barrier, fence, door
Usage in a Sentence: The main portal to the estate is an elaborate wrought-iron gate on the side facing the road.

Disclosure : प्रकटीकरण
Pronunciation: dih-skloh-zher
Part of Speech: Noun
Meaning: the action of making new or secret information known.
Synonyms: revelation, reporting, exposure, declaration
Antonyms: secret, concealment, hiding
Usage in a sentence: The court ruled to prevent public disclosure of the contents of the documents.

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