Daily Vocab

Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary: August Month – Day 6

DEROGATORY(Adjective) : अपमानजनक 

  • Meaning: showing a critical or disrespectful attitude.
  • अर्थ: आलोचनात्मक या अपमानजनक रवैया दिखाना।
  • Synonyms: disparaging, slighting, pejorative, belittling
  • Antonyms: complimentary, appreciative, favorable, flattering
  • Example: He made some derogatory comment/remark about her appearance.

INDELIBLE(Adjective) : अमिट 

  • Meaning: not able to be forgotten.
  • अर्थ: भुलाया नहीं जा सकता।
  • Synonyms: indestructible, permanent, lasting, persisting
  • Antonyms: delible, destructible, erasable, impermanent
  • Example: Getting out didn’t make such an indelible impression as going in.

REVOKE(Verb) : रद्द 

  • Meaning: officially cancel (a decree, decision, or promise).
  • अर्थ: आधिकारिक रूप से रद्द (एक डिक्री, निर्णय, या वादा)।
  • Synonyms: rescind, reverse, abrogate, annul, nullify,
  • Antonyms:  introduce, enact, ratify
  • Example: If the new law passes, it will revoke a previous law.

BENIGN(Adjective) : सौम्य 

  • Meaning: pleasant and kind
  • अर्थ: सुखद और दयालु
  • Synonyms: gentle, friendly
  • Antonyms: harsh, bad
  • Example: The policeman smiled benignly at the motorist.

INFIRM(Adjective) : कमजोर

  • Meaning: ill or needing care, especially for long periods and often because of old age
  • अर्थ: बीमार या देखभाल की आवश्यकता, विशेष रूप से लंबे समय तक और अक्सर बुढ़ापे के कारण
  • Synonyms: ailing, ill
  • Antonyms: healthy, strong
  • Example: She was too elderly and infirm to remain at home

RENDER(Verb) : कारण 

  • Meaning: to cause someone or something to be in a particular state
  • अर्थ: किसी विशेष अवस्था में किसी के या किसी के होने का कारण
  • Synonyms: deliver, cause
  • Antonyms: hold, keep
  • Example: Billions have been spent, but not one gallon of the estimated 54m gallons of waste has been rendered harmless.

RECONCILE'(Verb) : सामंजस्य 

  • Meaning: restore friendly relations between.
  • अर्थ: के बीच मैत्रीपूर्ण संबंधों को बनाना।
  • Synonyms: reunite, pacify, appease, mollify
  • Antonyms: estrange, alienate
  • Example: Bill’s plan was to reconcile with his estranged brother whom he had not spoken to in seven years.

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