English Vocab

Student’s vocabulary development has a connection with reading ability. Vocabulary knowledge is bound with knowledge about the world and the ability to read well helps students to grasp the meaning of the word within the written text.  So we are providing some English words and their hindi
meanings with examples  in our English Vocab section. It will help you to improve your word power.

1.Aesthetic (adjective): Concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty. (सौंदर्यबोधक, सौंदर्य विषयक)
Synonyms: Exquisite, Dainty, Ornamental, Comely, Resplendent, Pulchritude
Antonyms: Abhorrent, Grotesque, Hideous, Homely, Ugly
Example: to many plant lovers, the aesthetic view of a rose is priceless
 2. Precision (noun): The quality, condition, or fact of being exact and accurate. (सटीकता, यथार्थता, शुद्धता)
Synonyms: Nicety, Rigour, Determinacy, Meticulousness, Subtlety
Antonyms: Coarseness, Approximation, Vagueness, Indefiniteness
Example:  In golf, you must have extreme precision, as you are ultimately trying to land a rather small ball into an equally small hole.
3. Integrity (adjective): (ईमानदारी, सच्चाई): the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles.
Synonyms: Uprightness, Probity, Virtue, Rectitude,
Antonyms: Impropriety, Immorality, Depravity, Iniquity
Example: Because the politician was considered a man of integrity, most of the people voted for him in the last election.
4. Garble (noun) : To mix up (signal or message) or distort to such an extent as to make misleading or incomprehensible. (तोड़ना-मरोड़ना)
Synonyms: Distort, Twist, Muddle, Obscure, Warp
Antonyms: Clarify, Unscramble, Decipher, Translate
Example: Until the toddler is able to speak properly, he will garble most of his words
Related: Garble, Garbled
5. Blueprint (noun): An early plan or design that explains how something might be achieved. (मूल योजना)
Synonyms:  Draft, Layout, Scheme, Prototype, Design
Example: Needing a blueprint for their new home, the couple hired an architectural engineer
 6. Dwell (verb) : To live or stay in a place or in a particular way. (रहना, बसना)
Synonyms: Inhabit, Lodge, Reside, Domiciled
Antonyms: Depart, Vamoose, Leave, Move
Example: The ancient Greek gods were believed to dwell on Mount Olympus
Related: Dwell, Dwelled
7. Verve (noun): Great energy and enthusiasm: (जोश, चुस्ती, उत्साह)
Synonyms: Vivacity, Vim, Vigour, Ebullience, Exuberant
Antonyms: Enervation, Lethargy, Prostration, Torpidity
Example: The actor plays the part of the superhero with tremendous verve and obvious enjoyment.
8. Putative (adjective): Generally regarded as such; supposed. (माना हुआ, ख़याली)
Synonyms: Presumed, Prima Facie, Assumed, Apparent
Antonyms: Hidden, Inapparent, Confirmed, Verified, Validated
Example: The putative reason for her dismissal was poor job performance.
 9. Imponderable (adjective): Something that cannot be guessed or calculated because it is completely unknown. (जिसका अनुमान ना लगाया जा सके)
Synonyms: Mystery, Uncertain, Puzzle, Enigma
Antonyms: Known, Explicable, Interpretable, Understandable
 Example: I focused on the imponderable math problem for several hours before I realized that it was unsolvable.
10. Imperil (verb): To put something or someone at risk or in danger of being harmed or destroyed. (संकट में डालना)
Synonyms:  Jeopardize, Endanger, Menace, Peril
Antonyms: Protect, Shelter, Shield, Preserve
Example: A single mistake could imperil the lives of everyone involved in the military operation
 Related forms: Imperil, Imperilled
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