1. FLIPPANT : क्षुद्र
Meaning: showing or having a rude attitude of not being serious esp. by trying to be amusing when most people expect you to be serious
Synonyms: rude, archness
Antonyms: respect, regard
Example:We had lost thousands of dollars, so we did not appreciate his flippant remark about “better luck next time.”
2. REPREHEND : निन्दा करना
Meaning: to express your strong official disapproval of someone or something
Synonyms: reject, disapprove
Antonyms: accept, approve
Example:The agency was reprehended for taking on average two years to deal with complaints.
3. REPRIMAND : फटकार
Meaning:to tell someone, esp. officially, that his or her behavior is wrong and not acceptable
Synonyms: admonish, censure
Antonyms: approve, commend
Example:The committee reprimanded and censured him for his uncooperative attitude.
4. GENEROUS : उदार
Meaning:willing to give money, help, kindness, etc., especially more than is usual or expected
Synonyms: giving, kind
Antonyms: unkind, greedy
Example:The charity will go under unless a generous donor can be found within the next few months.
5. COURTEOUS : विनम्र
Meaning: polite and showing respect
Synonyms: respectful, polite
Antonyms: impolite, arrogant
Example:Although she often disagreed with me, she was always courteous.
6. RETICENT : अल्पभाषी
Meaning:unwilling to speak about your thoughts or feelings
Synonyms: hesistant, reserved
Antonyms: extrovert, outgoing
Example: Most of the students were reticent about answering questions.
7. CAJOLE : फुसलाना
Meaning: to persuade someone to do something they might not want to
do, by pleasant talk and (sometimes false) promises
Synonyms: deceive, influence
Antonyms: repulse, dissuade
Example: He really knows how to cajole people into doing what he wants.
8. DIFFIDENT : संकोची
Meaning:shy and not confident of your abilities
Synonyms: demure, meek
Antonyms: bold, brave
Example:Merciless to small absurdities, he was often oblique and diffident on the big issues.
9. MODEST : विनयपूर्ण
Meaning: not usually talking about or making obvious your own abilities and achievements
Synonyms: humble, prudent
Antonyms: conceited, immodest
Example:Although an outstanding scientist, he’s a modest man.
10. OBTRUDE : हस्तक्षेप करना
Meaning:to make something or to become too noticeable, especially by interrupting
Synonyms: intervene, interfere
Antonyms: ignore, leave
Example:We know how the newspapers obtrude on the grief of others and do all sorts of things to obtrude on privacy.
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