1/10 Reached(verb)

Stretch out an arm in a specified direction in order to touch or grasp something. (पहुँच गया)

Synonyms: Captured, Collected, Seized, Accomplished

Antonyms: Deprived, Forfeited, Lost

Example: She reached the conclusion that there was no more she could do.

2/10 Prohibitory(adjective)

The action of forbidding something, especially by law. (निषेध)

Synonyms: Banning, Forbidding, Prohibiting, Barring

Antonyms: Freedom, Incitement, Support, Wildness

Example: She has promised to implement prohibition in a phased manner.

3/10 Monitoring(verb)

Observe and check the progress or quality of (something) over a period of time. (नजर रखी)

Synonyms: Coordinated, Managed, Organized, Standardized

Antonyms: Indefinite, Unfixed, Confused, Disarranged

Example: We need to monitor the transaction of smaller deals.

4/10 Hailed(verb)

To call someone in order to attract their attention. (जयजयकार करना)

Synonyms: Beat, Shower, Rain, Fall

Antonyms: Knocking, Slamming, Disparaging, Panning

Example: Shall we hail a taxi?

5/10 Imposed(verb)

To make a law, rule, opinion, etc. be accepted by using your power or authority. (आरोपित करना)

Synonyms: Foist, Force, Thrust, Inflict

Antonyms: Disorder, Displace, Forge, Overlook

Example: I don't want them to impose their religious beliefs on my children.

6/10 Administered(verb)

Relating to the running of a business, organization, etc. (प्रशासनिक)

Synonyms: Bureaucratic, Departmental, Governmental, Legislative

Antonyms: Nonmanagerial, Nonsupervisory, Non-Administrative, Subordinate

Example: Administrative work occupies half of my time.

7/10 Sustained(verb)

The ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level. (निरंतरता)

Synonyms: Continuous, Viable, Feasible, Unceasing

Antonyms: Untenable, Tiring, Unendurable, Unsuitable

Example: Environmental sustainability is high in its goals.

8/10 Condemning(verb)

Express complete disapproval of (निंदा)

Synonyms: Castigate, Censure, Chide, Criticize

Antonyms: Approve, Compliment, Laud, Praise

Example: We strongly condemn this attack against our allies.

9/10 Petition(noun)

A formal written request, typically one signed by many people, appealing to authority in respect of a particular cause. (याचिका)

Synonyms: Request, Ask, Call On, Entreat

Antonyms: Refuse, Reject, Dismiss, Disregard

Example: She filed a petition for divorce.

10/10 Demonstration(noun)

To show something clearly by giving proof (प्रमाण देकर सिद्घ करना)

Synonyms: Evidence, Evince, Manifest, and Show.

Antonyms: Conceal, Cover, Disprove, Hide.

Example: The latest test results clearly demonstrate that the vaccine works.

1/10 Emerging(verb)

Move out of or away from something and become visible. (प्रकट होना)

Synonyms: Appear, Surface, Materialize, Come Out

Antonyms: Disappear, Drop, Leave, Finish

Example: The facts emerged after a lengthy investigation.

2/10 Eligible(adjective)

Having the right to do or obtain something. (योग्य)

Synonyms: Acceptable, Likely, Qualified, Suitable

Antonyms: Unacceptable, Improper, Inappropriate, Ineligible

Example: She is eligible to be (elected) president.

3/10 Victorious(adjective)

Having won a victory. (विजयी)

Synonyms: outplay, outrun, overcome, overtake

Antonyms: lose, surrender, fail, guard

Example: Against all the odds, Frederick was ultimately victorious.

4/10 Unprecedented(adjective)

Never done or known before. (अभूतपूर्व)

Synonyms: Unparalleled, Unequalled, Unmatched, Unrivalled

Antonyms: Bad, Common, Commonplace, Customary

Example: The team has enjoyed unprecedented success this year.

5/10 Dispensation(noun)

Exemption from a rule or usual requirement. (व्यवस्था)

Synonyms: Disbursement, Allotment, Appointment, Apportionment

Antonyms: Disfavor, Hole, Denial, Veto

Example: The priest asked for dispensation from his vows.

6/10 Escalated(verb)

A rapid increase (वृद्धि)

Synonyms: Acceleration, Growth, Increase, Rise

Antonyms: Decrease, Diminishment, Lower, Fall

Example: Both countries mobilized their armies, but pressure from the international community averted further escalation.

7/10 Provision(noun)

The action of providing or supplying something for use. (प्रावधान)

Synonyms: Arrangement, Plan, Accouterment, Catering

Antonyms: Removal, Taking, Poison

Example: I carried my provisions in one large backpack.

8/10 Subsidy(noun)

A sum of money granted by the state or a public body to help an industry or business keep the price of a commodity or service low. (अनुवृत्ति)

Synonyms: Grant, Allotment, Subvention, Appropriation

Antonyms: Forfeit, Hindrance, Injury, Loss

Example: The company received a substantial government subsidy.

9/10 Beneficiaries(noun)

A person who derives advantage from something, especially a trust, will, or life insurance policy. (लाभार्थियों)

Synonyms: Heiress, Inheritor, Legatee, Recipient

Antonyms: Benefactor, Giver, Payer, Donor

Example: He had earlier got her to agree to change their wills so he was the sole beneficiary of her death.

10/10 Snatched(verb)

Quickly seize (something) in a rude or eager way. (छीन लिया)

Synonyms: Appropriated, Kidnapped, Seized, Stolen

Antonyms: Missed, Released, Discharged, Freed

Example: Kidnappers snatched the girl from her bedroom.

1/10 Relevant(adjective)

Closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered. (उपयुक्त)

Synonyms: Pertinent, Applicable, Apposite, Material

Antonyms: Improper, Inapplicable, Inappropriate, Incompatible

Example: The data are not relevant to the issue.

2/10 Stalking(verb)

Pursue or approach stealthily. (पीछा करना)

Synonyms: Angling, Fishery, Coursing, Shooting


Example: A cat stalking a bird

3/10 Asserted(verb)

State a fact or belief confidently and forcefully. (जोर देना)

Synonyms: Declare, Maintain, Contend, Argue

Antonyms: Deny, Disavow, Disclaim, Negate

Example: He asserted that there were spies in the government.

4/10 Attend(verb)

Be present at (an event, meeting, or function). (उपस्थित)

Synonyms: Charged, Filled, Replete, Abounding

Antonyms: Abandoned, Desecrated, Forgotten, Unnoticed.

Example: She attends a school in the city.

5/10 Protest(noun)

A statement or action expressing disapproval of or objection to something. (विरोध)

Synonyms: Objection, Exception, Complaint, Disapproval

Antonyms: Support, Approval, Harmony, Peace.

Example: The decision was protested by dozens of people.

6/10 Threatened(verb)

A statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on someone in retribution for something done or not done. (धमकी)

Synonyms: Warning, Ultimatum, Commination, Menaces

Antonyms: Certainty, Safety, Surety.

Example: The country is a great/major/serious threat to world peace.

7/10 Intention(noun)

An aim or plan (इरादा)

Synonyms: Aim, Hope, Motive, Objective

Antonyms: Flexible, Indefinite, Soft, Trivial

Example: She announced her intention to run for governor.

8/10 Conducted (adjective)

Led by a guide. (संचालित)

Synonyms: Manage, Direct, Run, Control

Antonyms: Contracted, Caught, Came Down

Example: The experiments were conducted by scientists in New York.

9/10 Harassment(noun)

Aggressive pressure or intimidation. (उत्पीडन)

Synonyms: Persecution, Harrying, Pestering, Badgering

Antonyms: Cooperation, Assistance, Aid, Comfort.

Example: The university condemns all forms of harassment.

10/10 Agitation(noun)

Make (someone) troubled or nervous. (घबरा देना)

Synonyms: Alarming, Annoying, Creepy, Depressing

Antonyms: Agreeable, Auspicious, Comforting, Delightful

Example: Some members of the union have been agitating for a strike.

1/10 Anonymity(noun)

The condition of being anonymous. (गुमनामी)

Synonyms: Obscurity, Silence, Oblivion, Nowhere.

Antonyms: Reputation, Fame, Notoriety, Celebrity

Example: They are trying to protect their child's anonymity.

2/10 Violence(noun)

Behaviour involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something. (हिंसा)

Synonyms: Assault, Attack, Clash, Confusion

Antonyms: Calm, Health, Kindness, Method

Example: They need to learn how to settle their arguments without resorting to violence.

3/10 Monitored(verb)

Observe and check the progress or quality of (something) over a period of time. (नजर रखी)

Synonyms: Coordinated, Managed, Organized, Standardized

Antonyms: Indefinite, Unfixed, Confused, Disarranged

Example: We need to monitor the transaction of smaller deals.

4/10 Suspension(noun)

Imposed by a judge or court but not enforced as long as no further offence is committed within a specified period. (निलंबन)

Synonyms: Adjournment, Interruption, Delay, Stay

Antonyms: Continuation, Resumption, Beginning, Opening

Example: He was angry about his suspension from the team.

5/10 Convincing(adjective)

Capable of causing someone to believe that something is true or real. (ठोस)

Synonyms: Cogent, Persuasive, Powerful, Potent

Antonyms: Implausible, Impotent, Improbable, Ineffective

Example: Your argument isn't very convincing.

6/10 Sought(verb)

To try to find or get something. (तलाश करना)

Synonyms: Search For, Try to Find, Look For.

Antonyms: Unwanted, Unwelcome, Unloved.

Example: No, I sought it out for the copies of his illustrations, not the words others have added.

7/10 Deployed(verb)

To put soldiers or weapons in a position where they are ready to fight. (तैनात करना)

Synonyms: Position, Station, Post, Place.

Antonyms: Concentrate, Conclude, Finish, Conceal.

Example: The troops were deployed for battle.

8/10 Sophisticated(adjective)

having, revealing, or involving a great deal of worldly experience and knowledge of fashion and culture. (जटिल)

Synonyms: mature, practical, refined, worldly

Antonyms: inexperienced, unrefined, unsophisticated, enchanted

Example: He's very suave and sophisticated.

9/10 Erupted(verb)

Become active and eject lava, ash, and gases. (फूटना)

Synonyms: Appear, Burst, Detonate, Explode

Antonyms: Contain, Restrain, Shut, Implosion

Example: The volcano erupted with tremendous force.

10/10 Appeal(verb)

Make a serious, urgent, or heartfelt request. (याचना करना)

Synonyms: Application, Bid, Call, Claim

Antonyms: Answer, Reply, Denial, Disavowal

Example: The mayor made an appeal to the people of the city to stay calm.

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