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Banking & Insurance Exams Covered in this Pack
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1. EMBROIL (verb) उलझाना
Meaning: to involve in conflict or difficulties
Synonyms: enmesh, ensnare, ensnarl, entangle.
Antonyms: emancipate, liberate, acclimate, relieve.
Example: The politician’s racist comments embroiled him in a great deal of controversy.
2. SPLURGE (verb) पैसे उड़ाना
Meaning: to spend extravagantly or ostentatiously.
Synonyms: squander, fling, dissipate, disburse.
Antonyms: accumulate, hoard, conserve, preserve.
Example: I feel like splurging on a new dress.
3. EMULATE (verb) अनुकरण करना
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, affront.
Example: Josh is trying to emulate the success of his well-accomplished mother.
4. PETULANT (adjective) चिड़चिड़ा
Meaning: easily irritated or annoyed.
Synonyms: choleric, grouchy, grumpy, peevish.
Antonyms: affable, cordial, genial, gregarious.
Example: Because she whined about everything on the movie set, the studio head described the actress as petulant.
5. PLUCKY (adjective) हिम्मती
Meaning: having or showing determined courage in the face of difficulties.
Synonyms: courageous, intrepid, valiant, valorous.
Antonyms: timid, timorous, gutless, frightful.
Example: His plucky attitude made him a great candidate for police officer training academy.
6. RELENT (verb) नरम पड़ना
Meaning: to cease resistance (as to another’s arguments, demands, or control).
Synonyms: concede, give in, submit, succumb.
Antonyms: combat, confront, counter, defy.
Example: Because my father is very angry, he won’t relent on my harsh punishment.
7. INCONGRUOUS (adjective) असंबद्ध
Meaning: not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
Synonyms: discordant, conflicting, clashing, inconsistent.
Antonyms: accordant, compatible, concordant, conformable.
Example: Wearing a rain jacket in sunny weather is quite incongruous.
8. INTERNMENT (noun) नजरबंदी
Meaning: the state of being confined as a prisoner, especially for political or military reasons.
Synonyms: restraint, restriction, entrapment, detention.
Antonyms: emancipation, liberation, redemption, release.
Example: Everyone had to produce an identity card, including those actually in the internment camps.
9. FORESEEABLE (adjective) प्रत्याशा योग्य
Meaning: able to be foreseen or predicted.
Synonyms: predictable, anticipated, foreseen, presumable.
Antonyms: unpredictable, atypical, irresolute, indeterminate.
Example: It is foreseeable that we will get married but I’m not sure how soon.
10. CLOUT (noun) ताकत
Meaning: influence or power, especially in politics or business.
Synonyms: influence, dominion, predominance, supremacy.
Antonyms: helplessness, powerlessness, impuissance, frailty.
Example: Looking to build a business, the entrepreneur was looking to establish clout in the community.
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