1/10 Segregation(noun)

The policy of keeping one group of people apart from another and treating them differently, especially because of race, sex, or religion (पृथक्करण)

Synonyms: Apartheid, Discrimination, Isolation, Partition

Antonyms: Connection, Society, Company, Fellowship

Example: The segregation of science from philosophy.

2/10 Compliance(noun)

The action or fact of complying with a wish or command. (अनुपालन)

Synonyms: Adherence, Conformance, Conformity, Observation

Antonyms: Defiance, Disobedience, Intractability, Recalcitrance

Example: We monitor firms to ensure compliance with the law.

3/10 Sanctioned(verb)

Official permission to do or change something. (मंज़ूरी)

Synonyms: Penalty, Punishment, Deterrent

Antonyms: Reward, Prohibition, Ban

Example: The government has sanctioned the use of force.

4/10 Discrimination(noun)

Make an unjust or prejudicial distinction in the treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of ethnicity, sex, age, or disability. (साथ भेदभाव)

Synonyms: Bigotry, Favoritism, Hatred, Inequity

Antonyms: Equity, Fairness, Impartiality, Justice

Example: She felt she had been discriminated against because of her age.

5/10 Exclude(verb)

Deny (someone) access to a place, group, or privilege. (छोड़ा गया)

Synonyms: Shut Out, Debar, Reject, Ostracize

Antonyms: Accept, Admit, Allow, Approve

Example: The Academy excluded women from its classes.

6/10 Controversy(noun)

Prolonged public disagreement or heated discussion. (विवाद)

Synonyms: Disagreement, Dispute, Argument, Debate

Antonyms: Agreement, Concurrence, Peace, Compliment

Example: The decision aroused much controversy among the students.

7/10 Triggering(adjective)

Caused by particular action, process, or situation. (उत्प्रेरित)

Synonyms: Cause, Generate, Produce, Prompt

Antonyms: Destroy, End, Halt, Prevent

Example: His remarks triggered a public outcry.

8/10 Unanimous(adjective)

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 Designated(verb)

Appoint (someone) to a specified office or post. (नामित)

Synonyms: Appoint, Nominate, Depute, Delegate

Antonyms: Avoidable, Unscheduled

Example: She has been designated to organize the meeting.

10/10 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.

1/10 Lodged(adjective)

Flattened by wind or rain. (दर्ज कराई)

Synonyms: Blocked, Clogged, Swollen, Wedged

Antonyms: Impermanent, Unfixed, Clear, Empty

Example: The workers were lodged in temporary camps.

2/10 Suspicion(noun)

A feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true. (संदेह)

Synonyms: Conjecture, Cynicism, Distrust, Impression

Antonyms: Belief, Certainty, Confidence, Faith

Example: There has long been a suspicion that the painting is a fake.

3/10 Assaulted(verb)

Make a physical attack on. (हमला)

Synonyms: Aggression, Charge, Incursion, Invasion

Antonyms: Retreat, Decrease, Praise

Example: He was accused of assault.

4/10 Intellectual(adjective)

The faculty of reasoning and understanding objectively, especially with regard to abstract matters. (बुद्धि)

Synonyms: Ability, Acumen, Genius, Intelligence

Antonyms: Ignorance, Inability, Inanity, Ineptness

Example: She has a sharp/keen intellect.

5/10 Apprehended(verb)

Anxiety or fear that something bad or unpleasant will happen. (आशंका)

Synonyms: Alarm, Disquiet, Doubt, Dread

Antonyms: Belief, Calm, Confidence, Certainty

Example: There is growing apprehension that fighting will begin again.

6/10 Brutally(adverb)

Savagely violent. (कठोर)

Synonyms: Savage, Cruel, Vicious, Ferocious

Antonyms: Gentle, Humane, Calm, Courteous

Example: The traffic was brutal on the way to work.

7/10 Purported(adjective)

Appearing or stated to be true, though not necessarily so. (कथित)

Synonyms: So-Called, Stated, Supposed, Averred

Antonyms: Certain, Definite, Sure

Example: He forged documents which purported to show that his companies had vast resources.

8/10 Succumbed(verb)

To stop fighting against something (हार मान लेना)

Synonyms: Yield, Submit, Surrender, Capitulate

Antonyms: Continue, Defend, Fight, Ascend

Example: She easily succumbed to his charms.

9/10 Spotted(adjective)

Marked or decorated with spots. (धब्बेदार)

Synonyms: Blotched, Dappled, Dotted, Flaked

Antonyms: Unspotted, Plain, Unflicked, Unblemished

Example: She gets spotted and punished for her daring.

10/10 Plight(noun)

A dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation. (दुर्दशा)

Synonyms: Predicament, Trouble, Difficulty, Extremity

Antonyms: Disengagement, Break, Divorce, Separation

Example: We are all concerned with the plight of the under-developed areas of the world.

1/10 Perpetrator(noun)

Carry out or commit (a harmful, illegal, or immoral action). (बढ़ावा)

Synonyms: Carry Out, Commit, Execute, Inflict

Antonyms: Leave, Stop, Fail, Halt

Example: The men were planning to perpetrate a robbery.

2/10 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.

3/10 Revealed(verb)

Make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others. (प्रकाशित)

Synonyms: Divulge, Disclose, Release, Leak

Antonyms: Hide, Conceal, Refuse, Repudiate

Example: The test revealed the true cause of death.

4/10 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.

5/10 Admitted(verb)

Confess to be true or to be the case. (स्वीकृत)

Synonyms: Professed, Accepted, Acknowledged, Affirmed

Antonyms: Denied, Disclaimed, Disallowed, Disavowed

Example: He admitted them into his office.

6/10 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.

7/10 Dominated(verb)

Having power and influence over others. (प्रभुत्व वाला)

Synonyms: Presiding, Ruling, Governing, Controlling

Antonyms: Auxiliary, Extra, Impotent, Incapable

Example: The ruler was depicted as dominant by his size, costume, and actions.

8/10 Assaulted(verb)

Make a physical attack on. (हमला)

Synonyms: Aggression, Charge, Incursion, Invasion

Antonyms: Retreat, Decrease, Praise

Example: He was accused of assault.

9/10 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.

10/10 Stripping(verb)

Remove all coverings from. (अलग करना)

Synonyms: Striptease, Peel, Despoil, Disrobe

Antonyms: Cover, Fill, Fix, Give

Example: It scares me, like I'm stripping naked in front of strangers.

1/10 Feasibility(noun)

Possible to do easily or conveniently. (संभव)

Synonyms: Practicable, Practical, Workable, Achievable

Antonyms: Disadvantageous, Implausible, Impossible, Impractical

Example: She questioned whether it was feasible to stimulate investment in these regions.

2/10 Demolition(noun)

The science and engineering in safely and efficiently tearing down of buildings and other artificial structures (तोड़फोड़)

Synonyms: Annihilation, Explosion, Extermination, Leveling

Antonyms: Building, Construction, Fixing, Production

Example: The old factory is scheduled for demolition next week.

3/10 Maintenance(noun)

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.

4/10 Enforcement(noun)

The act of compelling observance of or compliance with a law, rule, or obligation. (प्रवर्तन)

Synonyms: Imposition, Implementation, Application, Administration

Antonyms: Abandon, Disregard, Forgetfulness, Neglect

Example: The enforcement of such regulations may be difficult where monitoring is poor or testing is accessed from foreign jurisdictions.

5/10 Significance(noun)

In a sufficiently great or important way as to be worthy of attention. (काफी)

Synonyms: Notably, Remarkably, Importantly, Seriously

Antonyms: Slightly, Doubtfully, Apparently, Superficially

Example: Another store sold the game for a significantly lower price.

6/10 Endorsing(verb)

The action of endorsing someone or something. (अनुमोदन)

Synonyms: Support, Backing, Approval, Agreement

Antonyms: Denial, Disapproval, Disfavor, Opposition

Example: The newspaper has announced its political endorsements.

7/10 Refrained(verb)

Stop oneself from doing something. (प्रतिबंधित किया)

Synonyms: Abstain, Avoid, Cease, Curb

Antonyms: Carry On, Continue, Indulge, Keep On

Example: I was going to make a joke but I refrained.

8/10 Inspection(noun)

To look at something closely or in great detail (निरीक्षित)

Synonyms: Examine, Scan, Scrutinize, Audit

Antonyms: Ignore, Neglect, Overlook, Answer

Example: They inspected the paintwork for cracks and flaws.

9/10 Reflects(verb)

Throwback (heat, light, or sound) without absorbing it. (प्रतिबिंबित)

Synonyms: Echoed, Emulated, Imitated, Repeated

Antonyms: Request, Take, Disregard, Ignore

Example: He saw himself reflected in the water/mirror/shop window.

10/10 Ambitious(adjective)

Having or showing a strong desire and determination to succeed. (महत्वाकांक्षी)

Synonyms: Aspiring, Determined, Forceful, Pushy

Antonyms: Lethargic, Unenthusiastic, Content, Easy

Example: Your plans for the future are very ambitious.

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