1/10 Inducting(verb)

Admit (someone) formally to a post or organization. (शामिल)

Synonyms: Conscript, Enlist, Inaugurate, Recruit

Antonyms: Close, End, Finish, Expel

Example: She was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

2/10 Comprehensive(adjective)

Including or dealing with all or nearly all elements or aspects of something. (विस्तृत)

Synonyms: Broad, Complete, Encyclopedic, Exhaustive

Antonyms: Empty, Incomplete, Limited, Narrow

Example: The Rough Guide to Nepal is a comprehensive guide to the region.

3/10 Prominent(adjective)

Important or famous (प्रमुख)

Synonyms: Outstanding, Arresting, Beetling, Bulging

Antonyms: Depressed, Inconspicuous, Invisible, Obscure

Example: She has a rather prominent nose.

4/10 Expedite(verb)

To make something happen more quickly. (शीघ्र)

Synonyms: Speed Up, Accelerate, Hurry, Hasten

Antonyms: Delay, Hinder

Example: We're trying to expedite the process of reviewing applications.

5/10 Bowing(verb)

To express by bending the head, body, or knee (झुकना)

Synonyms: Bend, Turning, Inclination, Curve

Antonyms: Straighten, Defend, Fight, Overpower

Example: He bowed slightly before taking her bag.

6/10 Recruited(verb)

Enlist (someone) in the armed forces. (भर्ती)

Synonyms: Enroll, Engage, Conscript, Draft

Antonyms: Dismiss, Sack, Axe, Discharge

Example: He was recruited by the army after high school.

7/10 Vibrant(adjective)

Full of energy and life. (जीवंत)

Synonyms: Spirited, Lively, Energetic, Sprightly

Antonyms: Spiritless, Listless, Dull, Dispirited

Example: She has a vibrant personality.

8/10 Appreciated(verb)

To value or admire highly. (अधिमूल्यित)

Synonyms: Value, Respect, Prize, Cherish

Antonyms: Criticize, Decrease, Depreciate, Disparage

Example: I really appreciated the information you gave me.

9/10 Hasten(verb)

Be quick to do something. (जल्दी करना)

Synonyms: Accelerate, Expedite, Precipitate, Quicken

Antonyms: Check, Decelerate, Halt, Hinder

Example: The president hastened to reassure his people that he was in perfect health.

10/10 Precisely(adverb)

The quality, condition, or fact of being exact and accurate. (शुद्धता)

Synonyms: Rigor, Attention, Care, Exactitude

Antonyms: Carelessness, Disregard, Ignorance, Inaccuracy

Example: I admire the precision of her work.

1/10 Maintaining(verb)

Cause or enable (a condition or situation) to continue. (अनुरक्षित)

Synonyms: Continue, Control, Cultivate, Finance

Antonyms: Abandon, Destroy, Discontinue, Finish

Example: The king swears he will maintain the laws of God.

2/10 Alleging(verb)

Said, without proof, to have taken place or to have a specified illegal or undesirable quality. (कथित)

Synonyms: Supposed, Professed, Purported, Apparent

Antonyms: Proved, Verifiable, Stated, Tried-And-True.

Example: But sometimes there is also an element of fraud from the alleged victim.

3/10 Scam(noun)

A dishonest scheme. (घोटाला)

Synonyms: Blackmail, Deceit, Deception, Extortion

Antonyms: Candor, Honesty, Ingenuousness, Sincerity

Example: She was the victim of an insurance scam.

4/10 Delay(verb)

Make (someone or something) late or slow. (विलंब)

Synonyms: Detain, Retard, Hinder, Hamper.

Antonyms: Continuation, Advance, Assistance, Beginning.

Example: The doctor wants to delay surgery for a few weeks.

5/10 Assured(adjective)

Tell someone something positively to dispel any doubts. (आश्वासन)

Synonyms: Encourage, Persuade, Reassure, Satisfy

Antonyms: Discourage, Dissuade, Distress

Example: I can assure you that you won't be disappointed.

6/10 Disruption(noun)

Interrupt (an event, activity, or process) by causing a disturbance or problem. (बाधित)

Synonyms: Disturb, Rattle, Agitate, Bollix

Antonyms: Appease, Soothe, Calm, Clear Up

Example: Protesters disrupted the conference.

7/10 Contamination(noun)

Having been made impure by exposure to or addition of a poisonous or polluting substance. (दूषित)

Synonyms: Corrupt, Harm, Infect, Injure

Antonyms: Aid, Assist, Clean, Fix

Example: The water was contaminated with chemicals.

8/10 Unanimously(adverb)

Being of one mind. (एकमत होकर)

Synonyms: With One Mind, To A Man, Bar None

Antonyms: Differently, Divergently, Opposite

Example: The audience unanimously rose to its feet in a standing ovation.

9/10 Slammed(verb)

Shut (a door, window, or lid) forcefully and loudly. (पराजित करना)

Synonyms: Bang, Attacked, Scolded, Blasted

Antonyms: Loose, Open, Slack, Unsealed

Example: He slammed the door in my face.

10/10 Stalling(verb)

Stop or cause to stop making progress. (ठप)

Synonyms: Delayed, Negotiated, Postponed, Adjourned

Antonyms: Advanced, Forwarded, Furthered, Hastened

Example: I stalled the car twice during my driving test but still managed to pass.

1/10 Convened(verb)

To come together or to bring people together for a meeting, etc. (आयोजित करना)

Synonyms: Summon, Call, Order, Hold.

Antonyms: Disperse, Divide, Scatter, Separate.

Example: We convened at the hotel for a seminar.

2/10 Exempted(verb)

To say officially that somebody does not have to do something or pay for something (छूट प्राप्त)

Synonyms: Immune, Absolved, Cleared, Discharged

Antonyms: Hindered, Prevented, Accountable, Answerable

Example: A tax-exempt savings plan.

3/10 Mandatory(adjective)

Compulsory. (अनिवार्य)

Synonyms: Obligatory, Compulsory, Binding, Required

Antonyms: Optional, Inessential, Nonessential, Voluntary

Example: The minister is calling for mandatory prison sentences for people who assault police officers.

4/10 Precautions(noun)

A measure taken in advance to prevent something dangerous, unpleasant, or inconvenient from happening. (एहतियात)

Synonyms: Care, Caution, Insurance, Protection

Antonyms: Harm, Hurt, Injury, Neglect

Example: Be sure to follow the usual safety precautions when cooking outdoors.

5/10 Submitted(verb)

Accept or yield to a superior force or to the authority or will of another person. (प्रस्तुत)

Synonyms: Succumbed, Conceded, Surrendered, Yielded

Antonyms: Resisted, Contended, Fought, Met

Example: The recall was prompted by test reports submitted by the company itself.

6/10 Ensure(verb)

Make certain that (something) will occur or be the case. (सुनिश्चित)

Synonyms: Secure, Guarantee, Warrant, Certify

Antonyms: Hurt, Forget, Ignore, Invalidate.

Example: The company's sole concern is to ensure the safety of its employees.

7/10 Aspects(noun)

A particular part or feature of something. (पहलू)

Synonyms: Feature, Facet, Particular, Ingredient

Antonyms: Disrespect, Disesteem, Disconnect, Unfasten

Example: Climate and weather affect every aspect of our lives.

8/10 Tragedy(noun)

An event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress, such as a serious accident, crime, or natural catastrophe. (त्रासदी)

Synonyms: Disaster, Calamity, Catastrophe, Cataclysm

Antonyms: Fortune, Joy, Advantage, Benefit

Example: Her son's death was a terrible tragedy.

9/10 Preliminary(adjective)

Preceding or done in preparation for something fuller or more important. (प्रारंभिक)

Synonyms: Preparatory, Introductory, Initial, Opening

Antonyms: Additional, Extra, Secondary, Closing

Example: Preliminary results show the Republican party with 11 percent of the vote.

10/10 Circumstances(noun)

A fact or condition connected with or relevant to an event or action. (हालत)

Synonyms: Situation, Conditions, Things, Position

Antonyms: Debt, Poorness, Poverty.

Example: I can't imagine a circumstance in which I would do that.

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