Important Words from the Article

❣️Important Words from the Article ❣️


1. Word: Belated (विलंबित)

Pronunciation: bih-ley-tid/ बिलेटिड

Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: coming or happening later than should have been the case

Synonyms: late, overdue, tardy, delayed

Antonyms: punctual, early, timely, prompt

Usage in a Sentence: The award is being made in belated recognition of her services to the industry.

2. Word: Gallows (प्राणदण्ड)

Pronunciation: gal-ohz/ गैलोज़

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning:
a. a structure, typically of two uprights and a crosspiece, for the hanging of criminals.
b. execution by hanging.

Synonyms: hanging, noose, scaffold

Antonyms: redemption

Usage in a Sentence: Save a thief from gallows and he will help hang you.

3. Phrase: Silver lining (आशा की किरण)

Pronunciation: सिल्वर लाइनिंग

Part of Speech: Idiom

Meaning: something positive that comes out of a sad or unpleasant situation.

Synonyms: ray of hope, bright side, positive side

Antonyms: bad side

Usage in a Sentence: The fall in inflation is the silver lining of the prolonged recession.

4. Word: Elapse (व्यतीत होना)

Pronunciation: ih-laps/ इलैप्स

Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: (of time) pass or go by

Synonyms: pass, slip away, go by

Antonyms: bide, ablaze, reiterate, appear

Usage in a Sentence: The return of the echo will elapse longer time.

5. Word: Testimony (गवाही)

Pronunciation: tes-tuh-moh-nee/ टेस्टमोनी

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning:
a. a formal written or spoken statement, especially one given in a court of law.
b. evidence or proof of something.

Synonyms: confirmation, verification, declaration

Antonyms: denial, rebuttal, charge

Usage in a Sentence: The testimony of witnesses supported the defendant.

6. Word: Heinous (जघन्य)

Pronunciation: hey-nuhs/ हेनस

Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: (of a person or wrongful act, especially a crime) utterly odious or wicked.

Synonyms: atrocious, abominable, monstrous, evil

Antonyms: glorious, good, lovely, magnificent

Usage in a Sentence: Hitler's heinouscrimes will never be forgotten.

7. Word: Condign (उपयुक्त)

Pronunciation: kuhn-dahyn/ कन्डाइन

Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: (of punishment or retribution) appropriate to the crime or wrongdoing; fitting and deserved.

Synonyms: deserved, just, rightful, due

Antonyms: undeserved, undue, unlawful

Usage in a Sentence: The public approved the condign punishment.

8. Word: Discrepancy (असहमति)

Pronunciation: dih-skrep-uhn-see/ डिस्क्रेपन्सी

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning: an illogical or surprising lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts.

Synonyms: inconsistency, difference, disparity

Antonyms: agreement, harmony

Usage in a Sentence: There was a discrepancy in the two reports of the accident.

9. Word: Retention (अवरोधन)

Pronunciation: ri-ten-shuh n/ रिटेन्शन

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning:
a. he continued possession, use, or control of something.
b. the action of absorbing and continuing to hold a substance.

Synonyms: keeping, holding, reservation, withholding

Antonyms: release, liberation, discharge, dismissal

Usage in a Sentence: Visual materials aid the retention of information.

10. Word: Inevitable (अनिवार्य)

Part of Speech: Adjective

Pronunciation: in-ev-i-tuh-buh l/ इनेविटबल

Meaning: certain to happen; unavoidable.

Synonyms:  inescapable, unpreventable, assured, certain

Antonyms: avoidable, evitable, unsure, uncertain

Usage in a Sentence: It was an inevitable consequence of the decision.

11. Word: Redound (सहायता करना)

Pronunciation: ri-dound/ रिडाउन्ड

Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: contribute greatly to (a person's credit or honour).

Synonyms: conduce, contribute, recoil, return

Antonyms: hinder, abate, lower

Usage in a Sentence: Her success will redound to the fame of Beijing University.

12. Word: Affluent (भरापूरा)

Pronunciation: ऐफ्लूअन्ट/ af-loo-uh nt

Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: (especially of a group or area) having a great deal of money; wealthy

.Synonyms: wealthy, rich, prosperous, opulent, well off, moneyed

Antonyms: indigent, poor, needy

Usage in a Sent

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