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Daily Words 26th June 2021

 01. Grave (adjective)

  • Very serious and important. (चिंताजनक गंभीर)


Synonyms:

  • Serious, Severe, Momentous, Of great consequence


Antonyms:

  • Frivolous, Unimportant, Trivial, Insignificant


02. Mandate (noun)

  • An official order or commission to do something. (आज्ञापत्र)


Synonyms:

  • Directive, Command, Instruction


Antonyms:

  • Denial, Veto, Breach


Example:

A mandate to seek the release of political prisoners.


03. Egalitarian (adjective)

  • Believing in or based on the principle that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities. (समाधिकारी)


Synonyms:

  • Fair, Just


Example:

This probably reflects a primitive form of egalitarian society.


04. Aspire (verb)

  • Direct one's hopes or ambitions towards achieving something. (आकांक्षा करना)


Synonyms:

  • Desire, Aim for, Long for, Expect


Example:

We never thought that we might aspire to those heights.


05. Embrace (verb)

  • Accept (a belief, theory, or change) willingly and enthusiastically. (आलिंगन करना)


Synonyms:

  • Welcome, Accept, Take up, Adopt


Antonyms:

  • Discard, Shun, Repudiate


Example:

Besides traditional methods, artists are embracing new technology.


06. Layperson (noun)

  • A person without professional or specialized knowledge in a particular subject. (जन साधारण)


Synonyms:

  • Non-expert, Amateur, Non-professional


Example:

This book is a compromise of sorts: not quite scholarly, yet not quite accessible to the layperson.


07. Altruistic (adjective)

  • Showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others. (परोपकारी)


Synonyms:

  • Unselfish, Self-less, Self-sacrificing


Antonyms:

  • Selfish, Stingy, Self-centred


Example:

I question how altruistic his motives were.


08. Pragmatic (adjective)

  • Solving problems in a practical and sensible way rather than by having fixed ideas or theories. (तथ्यात्मक)


Synonyms:

  • Practical, Hard-Headed, Rational, Empirical


Antonyms:

  • Impractical, Idealistic, Irrational, Theoretical


Example:

The scientist had a pragmatic approach to dealing with the water crisis.


09. Emancipate (verb)

  • Set free, especially from legal, social, or political restrictions. (मुक्त करना)


Synonyms:

  • Liberate, Release, Discharge


Antonyms:

  • Enslave, Imprison, Confine


Example:

By this time writing had been truly emancipated from the state.


10. Aftermath (noun)

  • The consequences or after-effects of a significant unpleasant event. (परिणाम)


Synonyms:

  • Repercussions, Fallout, Trail


Antonyms:

  • Cause, Reason


Example:

Counselling in the aftermath of traumatic events can worsen stress and hinder recovery.


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