Meaning: to stay calm, especially under stress; to maintain composure
Synonyms: calmness, cool
Antonyms: agitation, discomposure
Usage: During the horrible storm, it was hard for us to focus on and maintain our equanimity.
DENUDE (Verb) निरावरण करना
Meaning: strip (something) of its covering, possessions, or assets.
Synonyms: divest, deprive, bare, uncover
Usage: He proceeded to denude the statue, fronting the church bishop’s podium.
Meaning: to make something less painful, severe, or serious
Synonyms: help, soothe
Antonyms: aggravate, exacerbate
Usage: If you want to alleviate the situation, start by apologizing for your mistake.
ONUS (Noun) जिम्मेदारी
Meaning: Something that is one’s duty or responsibility.
Synonyms: burden, responsibility, liability, obligation
Antonyms: advantage, benefit, blessing
Example: The onus of proof lies with the prosecution.
EMULATE (verb) नकल
Meaning: to use (someone or something) as the model for one’s speech, mannerisms, or behavior.
Synonyms: imitate, reecho, repeat, follow.
Antonyms: neglect, reprove, proscribe, the affront.
Example: Josh is trying to emulate the success of his well-accomplished mother.
BULGE (Noun) उभार
Meaning: a rounded bump or swelling that juts outward on a surface
Synonyms: lump, bump
Antonyms: in growth
Example: The bag was so full that a bulge from the oranges could be seen through the packaging.
PROLIFERATION (Noun) प्रसार
Meaning: rapid increase in the number or amount of something
Synonyms: generation, propagation
Example: The proliferation of technology over the last 100 years has happened so quickly and caused many societal changes.
NONPAREIL (adjective) अतुल
Meaning: having no match or equal; unrivaled.
Synonyms: incomparable, unrivalled, unparalleled, unsurpassable.
Antonyms: common, normal, ordinary, inferior.
Example: The champions deserved the title because they were nonpareil all season and won every game.
Meaning: to declare formally and with authority
Synonyms: directive, edict
Example: The president decreed that Halloween would henceforth be a national holiday.
FRIVOLOUS (adjective) तुच्छ
Meaning: not having any serious purpose or value.
Synonyms: flippant, glib, waggish
Antonyms: serious, practical, important
Example: Isabelle was a frivolous little fool, vain and flighty.