Daily Vocabulary: 27th December 2019

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 Assistant Mains, 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 27th December 2019.

SHAM(Noun)  : नकली
Meaning: something that is a counterfeit
Synonyms: fake, dummy
Antonyms: real
Example: They claimed that the election had been fair, but really it was a sham.

CLICHE(Noun) : साधारण बात
Meaning: a trite or obvious remark
Synonyms: trite, platitude
Antonyms:animating
Example:My wedding day – and I know it’s a cliche – was just the happiest day of my life.

UNDERLYING(Verb): दमित
Meaning:in the nature of something though not readily apparent
Synonyms: latent, repressed
Antonyms: primary
Example:The underlying message of the film is that love transcends everything else.

VEXATIOUS (adjective) : अफ़सोसनाक
Meaning: Causing or tending to cause annoyance, frustration, or worry.
Synonyms: annoying, irksome, infuriating, exasperating.
Antonyms: pleasing, soothing, aiding, assisting.
Example: This vexatious problem was resolved, incompletely, by civil war and secession.

DODDER (verb)  : डगमगाना
Meaning: tremble or totter, typically because of old age.
Synonyms: stumble, stagger, sway, lurch.
Antonyms: steady, fix, stay, still, remain.
Example: The old woman doddered from the bed to the table.

AGAPE (adjective) : भौंचक्का
Meaning: (of a person’s mouth) wide open in surprise or wonder.
Synonyms: agog, breathless, enthusiastic, raring.
Antonyms: apathetic, indifferent, unimpressed, uninterested.
Example: When I first saw the sunset in the Grand Canyon, I could only stand staring with my mouth agape.

TORPOR (noun) : उदासीनता
Meaning: a state of physical or mental inactivity; lethargy.
Synonyms: listlessness, languor, stagnation, idleness.
Antonyms: eagerness, keenness, spiritedness, vigor.
Example: During the winter, the bears fall into an intense torpor.

PROWESS (noun) : कौशल
Meaning: skill or expertise in a particular activity or field.
Synonyms: skill, expertise, ability, ability
Antonyms: inability, ineptitude
Example: He was famous for his prowess as an athlete.

BYZANTINE (adjective) : उलझा हुआ
Meaning: (of a system or situation) excessively complicated, and typically involving a great deal of administrative detail
Synonyms: dedal, complicated, convoluted, devious
Example: They are built on the Byzantine pattern, in small scale, and have painted fresco decoration.

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