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Vocabulary of The Day- 02 July

“Vocabulary of the Day” is a daily initiative by Adda247 to enhance candidates’ English proficiency and boost their performance in competitive exams. Every day, a new word is introduced, with its meaning, usage examples, synonyms, antonyms, a practice question, and words that sound similar but have different meanings. This feature makes the learning process more straightforward and effective, helping candidates achieve higher scores in the English Language section.

Vandalise

Meaning: To needlessly destroy or deface other people’s property or public property

Hindi Meaning: तोड़-फोड़ या उपद्रव मचाना

Newspaper: THE INDIAN EXPRESS

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Use of the Word: 5 held for attacking cops, and vandalising police vehicles in Tripura’s Sepahijala district.

Synonyms: wreck (बरबाद कर देना)

Antonyms: build (बनाना)

Q. Which of the following is a synonym of the word vandalize?

a) Build

b) Construct

c) Destroy

d) Protect

Similar Sounding Words with Different meaning:

  • made: बनाया/ निर्मित
  • maid: नौकरानी

Ans. c): Destroy is a synonym of the word vandalize.

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Benefits of Building Vocabulary

Building a strong vocabulary is crucial for excelling in competitive exams and becoming a confident communicator. Aspiring candidates should understand the advantages of expanding their vocabulary, as mentioned below:

  • Clear and Fluent Expression: A broad vocabulary facilitates clearer and more fluent expression in writing and speaking.
  • Enhanced Conversational Skills: Knowledge of synonyms and antonyms improves the ability to communicate ideas effectively.
  • Strengthened Language Command: Regularly encountering new words enhances one’s command of the English language and contributes to personal growth.
  • Confident Articulation: A diverse vocabulary allows individuals to express their ideas and opinions confidently, leaving a lasting impression.
  • Improved Exam Performance: A strong vocabulary significantly enhances performance in the English language section of competitive exams, leading to higher overall scores.
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What is the meaning for the Vocabulary of the Day, "Vandalise"?

The meaning for the Vocabulary of the Day, "Vandalise" is to needlessly destroy or deface other people’s property or public property