1/10 Stakeholder (noun)

A person or company that is involved in a particular organization, project, system, etc., especially because they have invested money in it. (हिस्सेदार)

Synonyms: Participant, concerned parties, Partner, team member

Antonyms: arbitrator, another entity, Referee, third force

Example: Sales Forecast Sales stakeholder forecast.

2/10 Overall (adjective)

Including all the things or people that are involved in a particular situation. (कुल मिलाकर)

Synonyms: General, Comprehensive, Generally, total

Antonyms: Specific, Restricted, incomplete, narrow

Example: But overall the agreement is weak.

3/10 Pioneering (adjective)

Introducing ideas and methods that have never been used before. (अग्रणी)

Synonyms: Innovative, Groundbreaking, avant-garde, novel

Antonyms: Old, Antiquated, Apathetic, backward

Example: It doesn't look like anyone's idea of pioneering agriculture.

4/10 Intersecting (verb)

To meet or cross each other. (अन्तर्विभाजक)

Synonyms: Crossbreeding, decussate, crisscross, intersect

Antonyms: Longitudinal, reaching out, uncrossed, adjoin

Example: Extract the two intersecting parts of the Curve.

5/10 Valuation (noun)

a professional judgement about how much money something is worth; its estimated value. (मूल्यांकन)

Synonyms: Appraisal, Assessment, Evaluation, estimate

Antonyms: Calculation, disgrace, exploitation, total income

Example: They will lend up to 95 per cent of the valuation.

6/10 Notable (adjective)

Deserving to be noticed or to receive attention; important. (उल्लेखनीय)

Synonyms: Noteworthy, Prominent, Important, outstanding

Antonyms: Ordinary, Insignificant, Unimportant, minor

Example: Costa Rica is one notable exception.

7/10 Attested (verb)

To show or prove that something is true (अनुप्रमाणित)

Synonyms: Authenticated, Documented, Certified, affirmed

Antonyms: Denied, fictitious, not warranted, all mouth and trousers

Example: His own country's recent tragic history attested to that fact.

8/10 Foregoing (adjective)

Used to refer to something that has just been mentioned. (पूर्ववर्ती)

Synonyms: Above, Preceding, Aforementioned, previous

Antonyms: Later, after, following, next

Example: In such case they need not apply the foregoing paragraphs.

9/10 Reaffirming (verb)

To state something again in order to emphasize that it is still true (पुष्ट)

Synonyms: Reaffirm, reiterated, reaffirmation, reiterating

Antonyms: Challenge, confute, contest, contradict

Example: We hold a vote reaffirming Bret tomorrow.

10/10 Commensurate (adjective)

Matching something in size, importance, quality, etc. (अनुरूप)

Synonyms: Proportionate, Corresponding, Equivalent, comparable

Antonyms: Incommensurate, Inadequate, Inappropriate, unsuitable

Example: The punishment should always be commensurate to the crime.

1/10 Loath (adjective)

Not willing to do something. (अनिच्छुक)

Synonyms: Reluctant, Unwilling, Disinclined, indisposed

Antonyms: Desirous, sassy, attention seeker, eager

Example: He was loath to execute your subject.

2/10 Domination (noun)

Control or power over somebody/something, especially in an unpleasant way. (वर्चस्व)

Synonyms: Supremacy, Mastery, Control, dominance

Antonyms: Democracy, Weakness, Impotence, impotency

Example: Eternal battle for the domination of the world begins.

3/10 Strand (noun)

A single thin piece of thread, wire, hair, etc. (तट)

Synonyms: String, Thread, Filament, shore

Antonyms: Unfasten, rescue, oasis, back up

Example: Another strand of pearls was clasped behind her neck.

4/10 Insistence (noun)

An act of demanding or saying something clearly and refusing to accept any opposition or excuses. (आग्रह)

Synonyms: Pressure, Perseverance, Press, persistence

Antonyms: Blemish, crinkle, flexibility, denial

Example: Made necessary by her insistence on going into my room.

5/10 Inherently (adverb)

According to or because of the basic nature of somebody/something. (स्वाभाविक)

Synonyms: Naturally, Essentially, by nature, innately

Antonyms: Deliberately, Superficially, Extrinsically, imitatively

Example: All effective means are inherently teleological.

6/10 Novel (noun)

a story long enough to fill a complete book, in which the characters and events are usually imaginary (उपन्यास)

Synonyms: Fresh, Original, Book, different

Antonyms: Old, Familiar, trite, vintage

Example: The best project is one that asks a novel question.

7/10 Dispelled (verb)

to make something, especially a feeling or belief, go away or disappear (दूर किया गया)

Synonyms: Dismissed, Dispersed, dissipated, scattered

Antonyms: Appeared, assembled, gathered, attracted

Example: The passion he had dispelled all doubts, any hesitation.

8/10 Assertion (noun)

a statement saying that you strongly believe something to be true (दावा)

Synonyms: Declaration, Statement, Claim, affirmation

Antonyms: Denial, Rejection, Disproof, negation

Example: The act of volunteering is an assertion of individual worth.

9/10 Headcount (noun)

an act of counting the number of people who are at an event, employed by an organization, etc.; the number of people that have been counted in this way (हेडकाउंट)

Synonyms: head count, account, count, ballot-counting

Antonyms: Allocate, allot, apportion, decentralize

Example: I need a head count for dinner.

10/10 Yield (noun)

the total amount of crops, profits, etc. that are produced (उपज)

Synonyms: Surrender, Give, Produce, cede

Antonyms: power through, deny, Resist, fight

Example: Limited expectations yield only limited results.

1/10 Reassurance (noun)

the fact of giving advice or help that takes away a person’s fears or doubts (आश्वासन)

Synonyms: Solace, Encouragement, Comfort, relief

Antonyms: Worry, mental pressure, anxiety, doubt

Example: Children need reassurance and praise.

2/10 Turmoil (noun)

a state of great worry in which everything is confused and nothing is certain (खलबली)

Synonyms: Disorder, Commotion, Tumult, chaos

Antonyms: Calm, Peace, Permanence, hierarchy

Example: The country was in turmoil.

3/10 Synchronous (adjective)

happening or existing at the same time (तुल्यकालिक)

Synonyms: Concurrent, Contemporaneous, Synchronic, contemporary

Antonyms: Asynchronous, Anachronistic, unsynchronized, at different times

Example: Set up properties of a synchronous pulley.

4/10 Enslaved (verb)

to make somebody the property of another person who they are forced to work for and obey (दास)

Synonyms: Captive, Enthralled, Slave, subjugated

Antonyms: Free, free as a bird, off the hook, as free as a bird

Example: He was enslaved with some spell cast by Davina.

5/10 Comradeship (noun)

Friendship between people (कॉमरेडशिप)

Synonyms: Camaraderie, Friendship, Companionship, fellowship

Antonyms: social isolation, feud, Solitude, loneliness

Example: For you comradeship is nothing but a bubble.

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