PROTRACTED (adjective) फैला हुआ
Meaning: lasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual.
Synonyms: expanded, lasting, prolonged, sustained.
Antonyms: abbreviated, abridged, curtailed, shortened.
Usage: Three years of long and protracted negotiations characterized the proposals for an indoor-events arena.
CONFLATE (verb) मिलाना
Meaning: combine (two or more sets of information, texts, ideas, etc.) into one.
Synonyms: amalgamate, converge, unify, fuse.
Antonyms: divide, part, separate, rupture.
Usage: To conflate art and science, teachers must design activities that blend the two.
CONFABULATE (verb): बातचीत करना
Meaning: to talk informally
Synonyms: cackle, chat, patter, schmooze.
Antonyms: be silent, be quiet.
Usage: Guests gathered in the hallway to confabulate about the weather and make small talk.
Meaning: to exist in an unpleasant or unwanted situation, often for a long time
Synonyms: dwindle, faint
Antonyms: build, develop
Example: After languishing in obscurity for many years, her early novels have recently been rediscovered.
ARCTIC: उत्तरी ध्रुवी
Meaning: extremely cold
Synonyms: cold, freezing
Antonyms: hot, torrid
Example: Arctic air stung New England with freezing temperatures.
Meaning: If a liquid is scalding, it is extremely hot
Synonyms: blazing, blistering
Antonyms: cold, cool
Example: Against her will, hot scalding tears burst from her eyes and down her cheeks.
SUBJUGATE: अधीन करना
Meaning: to treat yourself, your wishes, or your beliefs as being less important than other people or their wishes or beliefs
Synonyms: conquer, enslave
Antonyms: lose, release
Example: Reporters must subjugate personal political convictions to their professional commitment to balance.
ADHERE: पालन करना
Meaning: to continue to obey, believe in, or support something, esp. a custom or belief
Synonyms: comply, heed
Antonyms: disobey, ignore
Example: College coaches have to adhere to the rules about recruiting high school students.
Meaning: (especially of old people) energetic and in good health
Synonyms: agile, bouncy
Antonyms: apathetic, inactive
Example: The 14th century saw the beginning of a new literature of travel in sprightly and informing travelogues.
Meaning: (of prices and demands) much too large
Synonyms: enormous, outrageous
Antonyms: cheap, good
Example: The interest charged on most credit cards is exorbitant.