English Vocab

1. Resilience (noun): The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. (लचीलता / तन्यकता)

Synonyms: Flexibility, Pliancy, Ductility, Mildness
Antonyms: Constraint, Rigidity, Inelasticity, Inflexibility
Example: The rescue workers showed remarkable resilience in dealing with the difficult conditions.
Related words: Resiliency (Noun), Resilient (adjective)
2. Intended (adjective):  Planned or meant. (अभिप्रेत/इरादा)
Synonyms: Calculated, Planned, Predetermined, Contemplated
Antonyms: Unfixed, Inestimable, Spanless, Unmeasured
Example:  Riya never intended to hurt her mother’s feelings with her jokes and kept apologizing all weekend.
3. Communique (noun):  An official announcement or statement, especially one made to the media (विज्ञप्ति / सरकारी परिपत्र)
Synonyms:  Bulletin, Government Circular, Directive, News
Example: The country's foreign ministry issued a communique.
4. Sacrosanct (adjective): (Especially of a principle, place, or routine) regarded as too important or valuable to be interfered with. (अतिपवित्र / अनुल्लंघनीय)
Synonyms: Inviolable, Revered, Venerated, Peremptory, Pious
Antonyms: Irreverent, Blasphemous, Profane, Vicious
Example:  Many laws that were once considered sacrosanct have been abolished over time.
Related words: Sacrosanctity (noun)
5. Prudent (adjective):  Acting with or showing care and thought for the future (विवेकी / नीतिज्ञ)
Synonyms: Cautious, Judicious, Discreet, Sagacious, Sapient
Antonyms: Careless, Foolish, Unwise, Nonsensical, Indiscreet
Example:  An endless war is not always the most moral or the most prudent course of action.
Related words: Prudence (noun)
6. Contentious (adjective): Causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial. (विवादास्पद)
Synonyms: Antagonistic, Belligerent, Disputable, Impugnable, Vexed
Antonyms: Agreeable, Pleasant, Consentaneous, Concordant
Example:  There was contentious debate over the use of genetically modified crops.
7. Implicitly (adverb): In a way that is not directly expressed; tacitly (निहितार्थ से /उलझाव से)
Synonyms: Conjecturally, Essentially, Inherently, Unquestioningly, Unreservedly
Antonyms: Directly, Explicitly, Obviously
Example:  The whole theory of these forms is consequently contained implicitly in the operations.
Related words: Implicit (adjective)
8. Adherence (noun): Attachment or commitment to a person, cause, or belief. (अनुपालन / लगाव)
Synonyms: Cohesion, Attachment, Faithfulness, Loyalty, Fidelity
Antonyms: Disloyalty, Instability, Unsteadiness, Malignancy, Malevolence
Example: One cause of this separation was the rigid adherence to precedent on the part of the common law courts.
9. Acquiescence (noun): The reluctant acceptance of something without protest (रज़ामंदी / मौन स्वीकृति)
Synonyms: Assent, Acceptance, Consent, Compliance
Antonyms: Disagreement, Dissent, Denial, Refusal
Example: Htin Kyaw was widely regarded as an honest but powerless functionary who did the bidding of Suu Kyi, a Nobel Peace laureate who has been condemned globally for her acquiescence to the military’s violence against Rohingya Muslims.
10. Concede (verb): Admit or agree that something is true after first denying or resisting it (स्वीकार करना)
Synonyms: Accept, Admit, Allow, Confess, Reckon
Antonyms: Deny, Disallow, Disapprove, Refuse
Example:  Although it seems clear that he has lost the election, he still refuses toconcede.
Verb forms: Concede, Conceded, Conceded
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