Daily Vocabulary Update

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As we know that all competitive exams whether it is Banking or SSC or any other exam, are lined up in upcoming months and vocabulary plays a crucial role to score minimum 4-5 marks within few seconds if you are going to learn Vocabulary on the very daily basis it will going to help you to get that marks easily in your  pocket. So here Daily Vocabulary update provides you with some words on daily basis to help you to attain your goal.


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Daily Vocabulary Update-

1. Euphoria (noun)= A feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness. (उत्साह)

  • SYNONYMS: elation, happiness, joy, joyousness, delight, glee, excitement, exhilaration, animation, jubilation, exultation
  • Example: I thought he was about to glom my wallet.

2. Elusive (adj)= Difficult to find, catch, or achieve.(परिहारकारी)

  • SYNONYMS: difficult to catch, difficult to find, difficult to track down
  • ExampleSuccess will become ever more elusive.

3.  Hasty (adj) = Done with excessive speed or urgency; hurried.(त्वरित)

  • SYNONYMS:  impetuous, impulsive, reckless, precipitate, precipitous, incautious, imprudent, spur-of-the-moment, premature, ill-considered, unconsidered, unthinking, ill-advised, ill-judged, injudicious
  • ExampleA hasty attempt to defuse the situation.

4. Decelerate (verb)= Reduce or cause to reduce in speed.(धीमा करना)

  •  SYNONYMS: slow down, slow up, slow, go slower, ease up, slack up, reduce speed, lessen one’s speed, brake, put the brakes on, hit the brakes
  • ExampleThe train began to decelerate.

5. Subdue (verb)= Overcome, quieten, or bring under control (a feeling or person) (वश में करना)

  • SYNONYMS: conquer, defeat, vanquish, get the better of, overpower, overcome, overwhelm, crush, quash, quell, beat, trounce, subjugate, master.
  • ExampleShe managed to subdue an instinct to applaud.

6. Bump (noun)= A light blow or a jolting collision.(अचानक)

  • SYNONYMS: jolt, collision, crash, smash, smack, crack, thwack, bang, thud, thump, buffet, knock, rap, tap, impact
  • ExampleA nasty bump on the head.

7. Upturn (noun)= An improvement or upward trend, especially in economic conditions or someone’s fortunes.(चढ़ाव)

  • SYNONYMS: improvement, recovery, revival, rally, pickup, comeback, resurgence, renewal, reinvigoration, upswing, advancement, betterment, a turn for the better
  • Example: An upturn in the economy.

8.  Rogue (noun)= A dishonest or unprincipled man.(दुष्ट)

  • SYNONYMS: typical, prototypical, stereotypical, archetypal, classic, model, essential, standard, stock, representative, true to type, conventional
  • Example: He was the quintessential tough guy—strong, silent, and self-contained.

9. Disruption (noun)= Disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process.(व्यवधान)

  • SYNONYMS: disturbance, disordering, disarrangement, disarranging, interference, upset, upsetting, unsettling, confusion, confusing
  • ExampleThe scheme was planned to minimize disruption.

10. Tempting (adj)= Appealing to or attracting someone, even if wrong or unwise.(आकर्षक)

  • SYNONYMS: enticing, alluring, attractive, appealing, inviting, captivating, seductive appetizing, mouth-watering, delicious, succulent, luscious, toothsome
  • ExampleA tempting financial offer.

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