Daily Vocabulary Words
For most banking Aspirants, vocabulary is a nightmare but it carries a great amount of importance in every competitive exam. It is very important to have a good hold on the vocabulary to increase efficiency in the language section and also to increase your overall scores. That is why Adda247 has started a new initiative to improve the vocabulary of the aspirants with Visual vocabulary words and their meanings.
Vocabulary Words With Antonyms & Synonyms
- Jab (verb)
Meaning; A quick stab or blow; a poking or thrusting motion
Synonyms: punch, blow
Antonyms: pull, repress
- Haste (noun)
Meaning; Speed; swiftness; dispatch.
Synonyms: urgency, briskness
Antonyms: slow, leisure
- Ramping (noun)
Meaning; A steady change in value.
Synonyms: raise, heighten
Antonyms: fall, condemn
- Xenophobic (adjective)
Meaning; Exhibiting or characterised by xenophobia, a fear or hatred of strangers or foreigners
Synonyms: ethnocentric, racist
Antonyms: permissive, lenient
- Despotic (adjective)
Meaning; Of or pertaining to a despot or tyrant.
Synonyms: authoritarian, autocratic
Antonyms: democratic, liberal
- Smattering (noun)
Meaning; A small number or amount of something.
Synonyms: few, handful
Antonyms: loads, many
- Ostensible (adjective)
Meaning; Apparent, evident; meant for open display.
Synonyms: apparent, professed
Antonyms: ulterior, vague
Importance of Vocabulary Words in the English Language
- The reading comprehension on which 50% of the English language section questions are based requires the candidate to have good reading skills and requires a good hold of the English vocabulary. A good vocabulary will give the candidates of a better understanding of comprehension which will benefit them in scoring maximum marks.
- A good vocabulary also helps a candidate to crack the interview round of the banking exams. The candidate can form a sentence perfectly if he/she has a good vocabulary.
- Apart from the reading comprehension section, there are multiple English tests where vocabulary can be used.
|Daily Vocabulary Words 25 and 26 July 2023|