The Hindu Vocabulary April – 28

The Hindu Vocabulary:

Dear all, We are providing The Hindu Vocabulary to get good marks in the English section in Bank PO, SO, SSC, and every single Competitive Exam. The Readers we have given English vocabulary passage along with the meaning, synonyms, Antonyms, and usages of hard words to make use of it, and also you can learn more new words so that you can develop your vocabulary. This will help you to understand the passage clearly.

The Hindu Vocabulary april 10
The Hindu Vocabulary
  1. Dexterous (Adjective) – “a dexterous keyboard player”

Meaning – showing or having a skill, especially with the hands.

Synonyms – deft, adept, adroit, agile

Antonyms – clumsy, stupid

 

  1. Spike (Verb) – “his hair was matted and spiked with blood.”

Meaning – form into or cover with sharp points.

Synonyms – impale, spear, skewer, pierce

Antonyms – begin

 

  1. Disruptive (Adjective) – “Disruptive pupils.”

Meaning – causing or tending to cause disruption.

Synonyms – troublesome, unruly, rowdy, disorderly

Antonyms – well behaved, manageable

 

  1. Negotiation (Noun) – “a worldwide ban is currently under negotiation.”

Meaning – discussion aimed at reaching an agreement.

Synonyms – talks, parleying

Antonyms – disagreement

 

  1. Augment (Verb) – “He augmented his summer income by painting houses”

Meaning – make (something) greater by adding to it; increase.

Synonyms – top-up, build up, enlarge, expand, increase

Antonyms – decrease

6. Quash (Verb) – “His conviction was quashed on appeal.”

Meaning – reject as invalid, especially by legal procedure.

Synonyms – reverse, rescind

Antonyms – validate

 

7. Affirmative (Adjective) – “an affirmative answer.”

Meaning – agreeing with or consenting to a statement or request.

Synonyms – positive, assenting, consenting, agreeing, concurring, corroborative

Antonyms – negative, dissident, neutral, unfavorable

 

8. Laudable (Adjective) – “Laudable though the aim might be, the results have been criticized.”

Meaning – of action, idea, or aim.

Synonyms – commendable, admirable

Antonyms – blameworthy

 

9. Deprived (Adjective) – “The charity cares for destitute and deprived children.”

Meaning – suffering a severe and damaging lack of basic material and cultural benefits.

Synonyms – underprivileged, impoverished

Antonyms – fortunate

 

10. Aide (Noun) – “a presidential aide.”

Meaning – an assistant to an important person, especially a political leader.

Synonyms – helper, adviser

Antonyms – boss