INHIBITION (noun) : निषेध
Meaning: the act of stopping or slowing down a process.
Synonyms: hindrance, obstruction, impediment, suppression.
Antonyms: impetus, incentive, aid, assistance.
Usage: In spite of a history of work inhibition, these students frequently have good academic knowledge and skills.
ABERRATION (Noun) : पतन
Meaning: a departure from what is normal, usual, or expected, typically an unwelcome one.
Synonyms: anomaly, deviation, divergence, abnormality, irregularity, variation,
Antonyms: normality, usualness, conformity. regularity
Example: A person with one blue eye and one green eye is said to have a genetic aberration.
SCEPTICAL (Adjective) : उलझन
Meaning: not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations.
Synonyms: dubious, doubtful, unconvinced
Antonyms: certain, convinced, optimistic
Example: it’s good to be skeptical about what you see on TV.
INGRESS (Noun) :प्रवेश
Meaning: the action or fact of going in or entering; the capacity or right of entrance.
Synonyms: entrance, access, admittance, approach
Antonyms: egress, exit
Example: If you sit in front of the doorway, you are creating a safety hazard by blocking the path of ingress into the hospital.
INVASIVE (adjective) : आक्रामक
Meaning: tending to spread very quickly and undesirably or harmfully.
Synonyms: nosy, interfering
Example: The samples tested in this series may not include a high proportion of health care staff involved in invasive procedures.
Approbation (Noun) : अनुमोदन
Meaning: Official Approval.
Synonyms: Approval, Favor.
Antonyms: disapprobation, disapproval, disfavor.
Usage: Government gives its approbation to his selection.
Ardent(Adjective) : उत्साही
Meaning: Characterized by strong enthusiasm
Synonyms: Passionate, enthusiastic, zealous
Antonyms: apathetic, dull, calm.
Usage: One should be an ardent supporter for the right cause.
Mundane (Adjective): सांसारिक
Meaning: Found in the ordinary course of events
Synonyms: dime, stale, sober, humdrum, day-to-day
Antonyms: unusual, Exciting, extraordinary.
Usage: The list included many mundane, routine tasks.
Meaning: To make better
Synonyms: Amend, better, improve, upgrade
Antonyms: worsen, reduce, diminish
Usage: The editor ameliorated the manuscript with his changes.
Repercussion (Adjective) : प्रतिक्रिया
Meaning: the effect that an action, event, or decision has on something, especially a bade effect:
Synonyms: aftermath, consequence
Usage: Any decrease in tourism could have serious repercussions for the local economy.