1/10 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.

2/10 Verdict(noun)

A decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest. (निर्णय)

Synonyms: Judgement, Adjudication, Decision, Finding

Antonyms: Accusation, Allegation, Arraignment, Attribution

Example: The verdict was not guilty.

3/10 Segregated(adjective)

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.

4/10 Tainted(adjective)

Altered from a pure state or condition. (दूषित)

Synonyms: Contaminated, Corrupted, Dirty, Infected

Antonyms: Moral, Nice, Clean, Fresh

Example: The air was tainted by fumes from the cars.

5/10 Manipulated(verb)

To control something or someone to your advantage, often unfairly or dishonestly. (चालाकी)

Synonyms: Trickeries, Subterfuges, Maneuvers, Artifices

Antonyms: Destroy, Idle, Leave Alone

Example: Even I would fall to his manipulation, if he were to use it on me.

6/10 Resonated(verb)

The quality in a sound of being deep, full, and reverberating. (गूंज)

Synonyms: Plangency, Reverberance, Ringing, Sonority

Antonyms: Hollow, Cavernous, Low, Weak

Example: The resonance of the singer's voice.

7/10 Expense(noun)

The cost incurred in or required for something. (व्यय)

Synonyms: Cost, Price, Charge, Outlay

Antonyms: Asset, Income, Irresponsibility, Savings.

Example: I don't think a first-class ticket is worth the added expense.

8/10 Dwindling(adjective)

Gradually becoming smaller in size or amount, or fewer in number. (क्षीण होना)

Synonyms: Diminishing, Depleting, Reducing, Decreasing

Antonyms: Energized, Refreshed, Increasing, Expanding

Example: Support for the party is dwindling.

9/10 Aspirants(noun)

A person who wants to win a competition or get an important position. (उम्मीदवारों)

Synonyms: Candidate, Applicant, Contender, Seeker.

Antonyms: Unenterprising, Easy, Undesirous, Ambitionless.

Example: All the five aspirants were well qualified for the post.

10/10 Irregularities(noun)

The state or quality of being irregular. (अनियमितता)

Synonyms: Distortion, Flaw, Inconsistency, Aberration

Antonyms: Perfection, Conformity, Continuation, Regularity

Example: We uncovered irregularities in the town's finances.

1/10 Complicated(adjective)

To make something more difficult to deal with, do, or understand. (जटिल बनाना)

Synonyms: convolute, impede, involve, muddle

Antonyms: enlighten, explain, order, arrange

Example: All he does is complicate things.

2/10 Leverage(noun)

The ability to influence situations or people so that you can control what happens. (फ़ायदा उठाना)

Synonyms: Influence, Sway, Clout, Authority

Antonyms: Weakness, Helplessness, Impotence, Powerlessness

Example: He used a crowbar to improve his leverage on the gate.

3/10 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.

4/10 Stability(noun)

To become or to make something firm, steady and unlikely to change (स्थिर)

Synonyms: Stable, Balanced, Equilibrated, Steady

Antonyms: Unstable, Unbalanced, Unsteady, Shaky

Example: Prices are at last beginning to stabilize.

5/10 Evaluates(verb)

Form an idea of the amount, number, or value of. (मूल्यांकन करना)

Synonyms: Assesses, Estimates, Values, Appraises

Antonyms: Reject, Spurn, Ignore, Oppose

Example: It's impossible to evaluate these results without knowing more about the research methods employed.

6/10 Dominance(noun)

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.

7/10 Aligning(verb)

To get or fall into line. (गठबंधन)

Synonyms: Even, Flush, Level, Parallel

Antonyms: Broken, Changing, Different, Disorderly

Example: The wheels are not correctly aligned.

8/10 Determined(adjective)

The process of establishing something exactly by calculation or research. (दृढ़ निश्चय)

Synonyms: Assurance, Boldness, Bravery, Conviction

Antonyms: Cowardice, Diffidence, Fear, Idleness

Example: Everyone concerned acted with great courage and determination.

9/10 Intrusion(noun)

Entrance by force or without permission or welcome. (अतिक्रमण)

Synonyms: Encroachment, Imposition, Incursion, Interference

Antonyms: Aid, Help, Retreat, Obedience

Example: They claim the noise from the new airport is an intrusion on their lives.

10/10 Embrace(verb)

To accept something enthusiastically. (संमिलित करना)

Synonyms: Grasp, Clasp, Clinch, Cling

Antonyms: Free, Give, Loose, Release

Example: She ran to him and he embraced her.

1/10 Impact(noun)

The action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another. (प्रभाव)

Synonyms: Collision, Crash, Smash, Clash

Antonyms: Avoidance, Failure, Loss, Praise

Example: We need to be concerned about the environmental impacts of all this construction.

2/10 Vulnerable(adjective)

Exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. (असुरक्षित)

Synonyms: Accessible, Defenseless, Exposed, Liable

Antonyms: Guarded, Protected, Safe, Secure

Example: I felt very vulnerable, standing there without any clothes on.

3/10 Massive(adjective)

Exceptionally large. (बड़ा)

Synonyms: Big, Colossal, Enormous, Extensive

Antonyms: Common, Dwarfed, Inconsequential, Insignificant

Example: The fort had massive walls.

4/10 Assessment(noun)

The action or an instance of making a judgment about something. (आकलन)

Synonyms: Appraisal, Estimate, Judgment, Computation

Antonyms: Apathy, Detachment, Disregard

Example: We must make an assessment of the cost of repairs.

5/10 Scrutinize(verb)

Examine or inspect closely and thoroughly. (जांचना)

Synonyms: Inspect, Survey, Scan, Study

Antonyms: Forget, Ignore, Neglect, Misunderstand.

Example: I closely scrutinized my opponent's every move.

6/10 Eliminating(adjective)

To remove or take away someone or something. (हटाना)

Synonyms: Cancel, Defeat, Disqualify, Eradicate

Antonyms: Create, Establish, Help, Hold

Example: When a player gets 100 points, he is eliminated from further play.

7/10 Defeated(adjective)

Having been beaten in a battle or other contest. (पराजित)

Synonyms: Dejected, Dispirited, Disconsolate, Depressed

Antonyms: Proud, Jubilant, Exultant, Rejoicing

Example: She was defeated by the last steep hill.

8/10 Reiterated(verb)

Say something again or a number of times, typically for emphasis or clarity. (दोहराया)

Synonyms: Repeat, Restate, Retell, Iterate

Antonyms: Differ, Oppose, Reverse.

Example: The government has reiterated its refusal to compromise with terrorists.

9/10 Devastation(noun)

Highly destructive or damaging. (सदमा पहुँचाने वाला)

Synonyms: Destructive, Ruinous, Disastrous, Catastrophic

Antonyms: Nondestructive, Blessed, Fortunate, Beneficial.

Example: The flood devastated the town.

10/10 Sparked(verb)

Emit sparks of fire or electricity. (चमकना)

Synonyms: Flash, Gleam, Glimmer, Glint

Antonyms: Calm, Check, Discourage, Halt

Example: The fire is sparking dangerously.

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