Category Archives: Daily Vocabulary

Daily English vocabulary to read for SSC, Railway, Banking IBPS exams

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 15 Feb

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 15-02-2019 1. Word: Cap (आवरण डालना) Pronunciation: kap/ कैप Part of Speech: Noun, Verb Meaning: a. a kind of soft, flat hat without a brim and typically with a peak. [Noun] b. provide a fitting climax or conclusion to [Verb] c. place a limit or restriction on (prices, expenditure, or… Read More »

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 14 Feb

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 14-02-2019 1. Word: Discontent (असंतुष्ट) Pronunciation: dis-kuh n-tent/ डिस्कन्टेन्ट Part of Speech: Noun Meaning: dissatisfaction with one’s circumstances; lack of contentment. Synonyms: unhappy, annoyed Antonyms: happiness, satisfied Usage in a Sentence: There was an underlying current of discontent among employees. 2. Word: Despotic (स्वच्छंद) Pronunciation: dih-spot-ik/ डिस्पाटिक Part of Speech:… Read More »

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 13 Feb

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 13-02-2019 1. Word: Intervention Pronunciation: in-ter-ven-shuh n/ इन्टर्वेन्शन Part of Speech: Noun Meaning: the action or process of intervening Synonyms: interference, mediation, intrusion Antonyms: noninterference, nonintervention, challenge Usage in a Sentence: We would resist any armed intervention from outside in our country’s affairs. 2. Word: Probe (जांच करना) Pronunciation: prohb/… Read More »

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 12 Feb

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 12-02-2019 1. Word: Revocation (खण्डन) Pronunciation: rev-uh-key-shuhn/ रेवकेशन Part of Speech: Noun Meaning: the official cancellation of a decree, decision, or promise. Synonyms: Cancellation, Withdrawal, Repeal, Abolition Antonyms: Appeal, Entrance, Continuation Usage in a Sentence: The owner of the Gym is going to revoke my membership because I haven’t paid their annual dues. 2. Word: Blow (वार) Pronunciation: bloh/ ब्लो Part of Speech:… Read More »

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 11 Feb

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 11-02-2019 1. Word: Bridge the divide (दूरी कम करना) Pronunciation: ब्रिज थे डिवाइड Part of Speech: Phrase Meaning: to bring two sides closer together, overcoming their differences Synonyms: aid, assist, make a truce Antonyms: hinder, hurt Usage in a Sentence: We assumed that the minister was working to bridge the… Read More »

Types of Gemstones

1. Emerald – पन्ना, green in colour 2. Ruby – माणिक, red in colour 3. Topaz – पुखराज, yellow in colour 4. Diamond – हीरा, colourless stone 5. Amber – त्रिणमणि, orange in colour 6. Sapphire – नीलम, blue in colour 7. Amethyst – जामुनी मणी, purple in colour 8. Onyx – गोमेद, black in… Read More »

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 31 December

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 31-12-2018 1. Word: Bona fide (वास्तविक, प्रामाणिक) Pronunciation: boh-nuh fahyd/बोन फाइड Part of Speech: Adjective, Adverb Meaning: a. genuine; real. [Adjective] b. without intention to deceive. [Adverb] Synonyms: certified, legitimate Antonyms: illegal, invalid Use in a Sentence: To make sure you are a bona fide buyer, the real estate agent… Read More »

Meaning – Weak at the knees and Come up with

Phrasal Verb of the Day ➡ Come up with ✔️ Meaning: ▪️ To think of something like a plan, an idea or a solution to a problem ✔️ For example: ▪️ Come up with sth Medical researchers still haven’t come up with a cure for the common cold. ▪️ Come up with sth How did the… Read More »

Knock Together and Neck of the Woods

Phrasal Verb of the Day ➡ Knock together ✔️ Meaning: ▪️ To make something quickly, or without putting too much thought into details ✔️ For example: ▪️ Knock together sth Our designers are going to knock together a model so we can see how it’ll look. ▪️ Knock sth together We’ve got some investors coming… Read More »

Important Words from Article THE HINDU– 27 December

➡ Challenging Words from the Article 27-12-2018 1. Word: Stint (कम देना) Pronunciation: stint/स्टिन्ट Part of Speech: Noun, Verb Meaning: a. supply a very ungenerous or inadequate amount of (something). [Verb] b. limitation of supply or effort. [Noun] Synonyms: skimp, scant Antonyms: exuberant, generous Use in a Sentence: They didn’t stint on food and drink at their wedding. 2. Word: Retaliation (प्रति-हिंसा) Pronunciation: ri-tal-ee-ey-shuh n/रीटैलीऐशन Part of Speech: Noun Meaning:… Read More »