Daily Use Vocabulary Words 2

Daily Use Vocabulary Words 2

Dispel (verb)

Meaning: to remove fears, doubts, and false ideas, usually by proving them wrong or (दूरकरना)

Synonyms: Dismiss, Oust, Disperse, Drive Out, Chase Away

Antonyms: Attract, Gather, Garner, Assemble

Example: The police moved quickly to dispel the rumours.

 

 

Faltering (adjective)

Meaning: losing strength or momentum; to move waveringly or hesitatingly (ढुलमुल,कमजोर)

Synonyms: Hesitating, Vacillating, Stumbling, Wavering

Antonyms: Firm, Steady, Resolute, Concrete

Example: This legislation is designed to stimulate the faltering economy.

 

 

Tranquillity (Noun)

Meaning: a peaceful, calm state, without noise, violence, worry, etc. (शाांति)

Synonyms: Quietude, Repose, Serenity, Hush, Stillness

Antonyms: Commotion, Racket, Tumult, Ruckus

Example: The island is a haven of peace and tranquillity.

 

 

Detain (verb)

Meaning: to force someone officially to stay in a place. (तिरासि मेंरखना; नजरबांदकरना)

Synonyms: Restrain, Confine, Impound, Intern

Antonyms: Release, Liberate, Emancipate, Discharge, Let Loose

Example: The act allows police to detain a suspect for up to 48 hours.

 

 

Redress (Noun)

Meaning: money or something else that someone receives because they have been injured or treated badly. (क्षतिपूतिि;सुधार)

Synonyms: Recompense, Indemnity, Amends, Remedy

Antonyms: Damages, Fine, Penalty

Example: The only hope of redress is in a lawsuit.

 

Arbitrary (adjective)

Meaning: based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or (मनमौजी)

Synonyms: Capricious, Whimsical, Erratic, Unpredictable

Antonyms: Rational, Reasoned, Cogent, Judicious

Example: You can make an arbitrary choice.

 

 

Regrettably (adverb)

Meaning: unfortunately (used to express apology for or sadness at something). (दुर्ािग्य से;अफसोसपूर्िक)

Synonyms: Undesirably, Lamentably, Deplorably, Disappointingly

Antonyms: Fortunately, Auspiciously, Fortuitously

Example: Regrettably, the experiment ended in failure.

 

 

Clampdown (Noun)

Meaning: a sudden action taken by a government or people in authority to stop or limit a particular activity. (दमन)

Synonyms: Crackdown, Suppression, Squelching, Kerb, Shutdown

Antonyms: Permission, Freedom, Assistance

Example: The new administration has promised a clampdown on corruption.

 

 

Defer (verb)

Meaning: to delay something until a later time. (टालना)

Synonyms: Adjourn, Postpone, Mothball, Pigeonhole

Antonyms: Expedite, Hasten, Advance, Accelerate

Example: Customers often defer payment for as long as possible.

 

 

Sacrosanct (adjective)

Meaning: regarded as too important or valuable to be interfered with. (पतर्त्र)

Synonyms: Hallowed, Unimpeachable, Inviolable, Sacred

Antonyms: Profane, Blasphemous, Irreverent, Sacrilegious

Example: In India, the cow is a sacrosanct animal.