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28th June 2021 Daily Words

 01. Misery (noun)

A cause or source of great distress or discomfort. (कष्ट)


Synonyms:

  • Affliction, Difficulty, Trouble, Deprivation


Example:

The ‘patriarchal family’ was held to be the main source of children's miseries.


02. Apprehend (verb)

Understand or perceive. (समझना)


Synonyms:

  • Understand, Realize, Perceive, Recognize


Antonyms:

  • Misunderstand, Misinterpret


Example:

We enter a field of vision we could not otherwise apprehend.


03. Scramble (noun)

An eager or uncontrolled and undignified struggle with others to obtain or achieve something. (धक्कमधक्का करना)


Synonyms:

  • Tussle, Jostle, Scuffle, Contention


Example:

The scramble for rail tickets began today, as eager passengers tried to secure scarce Christmas seats.


04. Strive (noun)

  • Struggle or fight vigorously. (संघर्ष करना)


Synonyms:

  • Endeavour, Aim, Aspire, Undertake


Antonyms:

  • Relax, Skip, Break


Example:

Scholars must strive against bias.


05. Setback (noun)

  • A reversal or check in progress. (रुकावट)


Synonyms:

  • Impediment, Difficulty, Obstruction, Hindrance


Antonyms:

  • Blessing, Advantage, Boon


Example:

The team suffered a major setback when their best player was injured.


06. Debilitating (adjective)

  • (of a disease or condition) making someone very weak and infirm. (दुर्बल)


Synonyms:

  • Enervating, Draining, Weakening


Antonyms:

  • Invigorating, Refreshing


Example:

Many people spend a substantial part of old age in a debilitating condition.


07. Consolidate (verb)

  • Combine (a number of things) into a single more effective or coherent whole. (मिलाना)


Synonyms:

  • Combine, Integrate, Amalgamate, Merge, Bring together


Antonyms:

  • Separate, Disperse, Divide, Part


Example:

All manufacturing activities have been consolidated in new premises.


08. Seize (verb)

  • Take hold of suddenly and forcibly. (पकड़ लेना)


Synonyms:

  • Grab, Grasp, Take hold of


Antonyms:

  • Relinquish, Let go


Example:

He always strains to seize the most sombre truths.


09. Impart (verb)

  • To pass information, knowledge, etc. to other people. (प्रदान करना)


Synonyms:

  • Convey, Transmit, Pass on, Give


Antonyms:

  • Keep, Withhold


Example:

The teachers imparted a great deal of knowledge to their pupils.


10. Robust (adjective)

  • Strong and healthy. (मजबूत)


Synonyms:

  • Sturdy, Vigorous, Powerful, Tough


Antonyms:

  • Weak, Frail, Infirm, Delicate


Example:

She is a pleasantly robust woman of modest means, patriotic in convictions, guileless in manner.


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