Daily Vocabulary: 6th November 2019

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PROMULGATE(Verb) : घोषणा करना
Meaning:to announce something publicly, especially a new law
Synonyms:declare, notify
Antonyms:gather, collect
Example:The new law was finally promulgated in the autumn of last year.

SUBLIME(Adjective) : विशिष्ट
Meaning:extremely good, beautiful, or enjoyable
Synonyms:divine, exalted
Antonyms:bad, inferior
Example:A great deal of literature is only the obvious transformed into the sublime.

ASTUTE(Adjective) : चतुर
Meaning:able to understand a situation quickly and see how to take advantage of it
Synonyms:crafty, canny
Antonyms:foolish, inept
Example:He was politically astute, and was soon appointed to a number of powerful committees in Congress.

APROPOS (adjective) : अनुरूप
Meaning: very appropriate to a particular situation.
Synonyms: appropriate, pertinent, relevant, apt.
Antonyms: impertinent, inapposite, irrelative, irrelevant.
Example: While the words may seem a bit strange, they are apropos and relate to the topic we are discussing.

PARIAH (noun) : निर्वासन 
Meaning: an outcast.
Synonyms: outcast, exile, derelict, deportee.
Antonyms: fellow, insider, comrade, attender.
Example: The informant testified under anonymity rather than risk becoming a pariah in his community.

BELEAGUER (verb) : घेराबंदी
Definition: lay siege to.
Synonyms: besiege, beset, pester, badger.
Antonyms: aid, amend, alleviate, encourage.
Example: The troops plan to beleaguer the enemy’s city walls until the white flag is raised.

CAHOOT (Noun) : मिलीभगत
Meaning: colluding or conspiring together secretly.
Synonyms: alliance, collusion, allied, conniving
Example: Jack and Barry were in cahoots when they conspired to shoot up the mall.

MILITATE (Verb) : युद्ध में भाग लेना
Meaning: To actuate the marathon, the race supervisor will fire the starting gun.
Synonyms: resist, hinder, discourage, oppose, counter,
Antonyms: reinforce
Example: In business, the demand will usually militate the product’s price.

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