English Vocab

1. Jeopardise (verb): Put (someone or something) into   danger of loss, harm, or failure; (ख़तरे में डालना)
Synonyms: Threaten, Endanger, Imperil, Menace
Antonyms: Save, Protect, Preserve

Example: She knew that by failing her finals she could jeopardize her whole future.
2. Prudential (adj): Involving or showing care and forethought, especially in business. (विवेकपूर्ण)
Synonyms: Chary, Prudent, Provident, Circumspect
Antonyms: Unwise, Careless., Injudicious 
Example: A prudential approach is a wise approach.
3. Subvention (noun): A grant of money, especially from a government. (आर्थिक सहायता, माली मदद)
Synonyms: Subsidy, Grant, Appropriation, Aid
Example : The committee receives an annual subvention from the foundation to run the museum 
 
4. Contriteness (noun): Feeling regret and sorrow for one's sins or offenses. (पछताया हुआ, पश्चात्तापी)
Synonyms: Penitent, Attrition, Remorseful, Repentance
Antonyms: Satisfaction, Happiness, Felicity, Elation
Example: Since you wrote a contrite letter expressing remorse, I will forgive and accept you back into my life.
5. Credible (adj): Able to be believed. (विश्वसनीय)
Synonyms: Plausible, Acceptable, Trustworthy, Reliable 
Antonyms: Implausible, Improbable, Incredible, Unbelievable
Example: They haven't produced any credible evidence for convicting him.
6. Sceptical (adj): Inclined to doubt or question claims. (सच्ची बातों में भी संदेह करनेवाला)
Synonyms: Paranoid, Distrustful, Doubting, Incredulous ,Suspicious
Antonyms:  Credulous, Gullible , Trustful,
Example: It's good to be skeptical about what you see on TV.
7. Be on the same page (idiom): To be thinking in the same manner as someone else. (सहमति में)
Synonyms :Assenting, Accordant, Harmonious, Consenting
Antonyms: Discordant, Divergent, Dissident, Unalike
Example : We all need to be on the same page before we try to present thiscomplex idea to the boss.
8. Untrammelled (adj): Not restricted or hampered. (बेरोक)
Synonyms: Unobstructed, Unfettered, Free
Antonyms: Checked, Impeded, Hindered
Example: Self-governing schools are untrammelled by education authority rules.
 
9. Dictum (noun): A short statement that expresses a general truth or principle. (कथन, कहावत)
Synonyms: Maxim, Axiom, Adage, Aphorism
Example: We must follow the dictum ‘First, do no harm’.   
 
10. Discourse (noun): Written or spoken communication or debate. (बातचीत, प्रवचन, भाषण)
Synonyms: Converse, Discussion, Lecture, Sermon, Speech
Example: A discourse on  the nature of life after death.
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