1/10 Impeded(verb)

Delay or prevent (someone or something) by obstructing them. (रोकना)

Synonyms: Obstruct, Hamper, Delay, Disrupt.

Antonyms: Gone, Past, Distant, Later

Example: We need to challenge the laws that impede progress.

2/10 Consent(noun)

Permission for something to happen or agreement to do something. (अनुमति)

Synonyms: Acquiescence, Approval, Assent, Authorization

Antonyms: Denial, Disagreement, Disapproval, Dissent

Example: He was reluctant at first but finally consented.

3/10 Adverse(adjective)

In a way that has a negative or harmful effect (प्रतिकूल)

Synonyms: Negatively, Unfavorably, Disapprovingly, Disdainfully

Antonyms: Positively, Favorably, Appreciatively, Approvingly

Example: These measures adversely affected the welfare programmes of the country.

4/10 Dispersed(verb)

To separate and go in different directions (बिखेरना)

Synonyms: Circulate, Diffuse, Disappear, Disband

Antonyms: Appear, Arrive, Collect, Gather

Example: The police used tear gas to disperse protestors.

5/10 Scattered(adjective)

Spread over a large area or happening several times during a period of time. (फैला हुआ)

Synonyms: Dispersed, Distributed, Sprinkled, Diffuse

Antonyms: Connected, Together, United, Assembled

Example: Books were scattered all round the room.

6/10 Triggered(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.

7/10 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.

8/10 Desperate(adjective)

Feeling or showing a hopeless sense that a situation is so bad as to be impossible to deal with. (निराश)

Synonyms: Despairing, Hopeless, Anguished, Suicidal

Antonyms: Cheerful, Composed, Calm, Fearful

Example: He made a desperate bid/attempt to save his job.

9/10 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.

10/10 Presumed(verb)

Suppose that something is the case on the basis of probability. (परिकल्पित)

Synonyms: Assume, Suppose, Imagine, Take It

Antonyms: Abstain, Calculate, Disbelieve, Disregard

Example: I presume (that) the car was very expensive.

1/10 Urged(verb)

The action of urging someone to do something. (आग्रह)

Synonyms: Appetite, Compulsion, Craving, Impulse

Antonyms: Disgust, Dislike, Distaste, Hate

Example: I can never resist the urge to laugh.

2/10 Delegations(noun)

A body of delegates or representatives. (प्रतिनिधि मंडल)

Synonyms: Appointment, Apportioning, Authorization, Charge

Antonyms: Division, Lawlessness, Separation

Example: We sent a delegation of four people to visit their church.

3/10 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.

4/10 Raised(adjective)

Lift or move to a higher position or level. (उठाना)

Synonyms: Boost, Hike, Increment, Accession

Antonyms: Decrease, Decline, Deduction, Fall

Example: He raised his head and looked around.

5/10 Prevented(verb)

Keep (something) from happening. (रोकना)

Synonyms: Avert, Avoid, Bar, Block

Antonyms: Approve, Assist, Continue, Encourage

Example: You can't prevent my leaving.

6/10 Granted(conjunction)

Used to admit that something is true, before saying something else about it. (स्वीकृत)

Synonyms: Acknowledged, Assumed, Admitted, Indeed

Antonyms: Unaccepted, Refuse, Deny

Example: We haven't yet been granted access to the archive.

7/10 Apparently(adverb)

Clearly visible or understood. (स्पष्ट)

Synonyms: Possible, Probable, Supposed, Credible

Antonyms: Unlikely, Doubtful, Dubious, Equivocal

Example: From the beginning, it was apparent that she was not an ordinary child.

8/10 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.

9/10 Intervention(noun)

The act of interfering with the outcome or course especially of a condition or process (हस्‍तक्षेप)

Synonyms: Interference, Mediation, Arbitration

Antonyms: Combine, Connect, Join

Example: Military intervention in the crisis.

10/10 Stringent(adjective)

Very strict. (कठोर)

Synonyms: Strict, Firm, Rigid, Rigorous.

Antonyms: Lenient, Flexible.

Example: The most stringent laws in the world are useless unless there is the will to enforce them.

1/10 Offensive(adjective)

To hurt somebody’s feelings (अपमानित)

Synonyms: Angry, Annoyed, Exasperated, Insulted

Antonyms: Aid, Assist, Assuage, Calm

Example: The smell of ash offended him.

2/10 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.

3/10 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.

4/10 Preserving(verb)

Maintain (something) in its original or existing state. (संरक्षित)

Synonyms: Untouched, Uncontaminated, Unspoiled, Pristine

Antonyms: Decayed, Decomposed, Corrupted, Spoiled

Example: The fossil was well preserved.

5/10 Established(adjective)

The action of establishing something or being established. (प्रतिष्ठानों)

Synonyms: Formation, Formulation, Founding, Inauguration

Antonyms: Abolition, Closing, Closure, Disbanding

Example: The establishment of a business.

6/10 Refused(verb)

Indicate or show that one is not willing to do something. (अस्वीकृत)

Synonyms: Decline, Reject, Repudiate, Spurn

Antonyms: Accept, Take, Allowed, Permitted

Example: She was refused access to her children.

7/10 Prompting(noun)

To move to action. (प्रेरित किया)

Synonyms: Cause, Occasion, Elicit, Produce

Antonyms: Deter, Restrain, Slow

Example: The actor had to be prompted by someone who was standing offstage.

8/10 Condemnation(noun)

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 Criticizing(verb)

Indicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way. (आलोचना)

Synonyms: Blame, Blast, Castigate, Censure

Antonyms: Approve, Commend, Compliment, Exonerate

Example: His boss criticized him for his sloppy work habits.

10/10 Detained(verb)

To force someone officially to stay in a place (नजरबंद)

Synonyms: Circumscribed, Cramped, Imprisoned, Restrained

Antonyms: Healthy, Well, Free, Liberated

Example: They were detained by the police for questioning.

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