December 22, 2019

Vocabulary for SBI, IBPS, EPFO, SSC RBI & LIC exams #38

Vocabulary for SBI PO & Clerk, IBPS RRB Officer & Assistant, IBPS PO and Clerk, EPFO Assistant, SSC CGL, CHSL & MTS, RBI Officer & Assistant & LIC exams

Vocabulary for ibps clerk mains exam 2020

Resilient

  • Adjective
  • Able to Spring back into the shape of the bending stretching or being compressed; able to recover quickly from difficult conditions;
  • Synonyms: Flexible, pliable, durable, strong, tough, supple; sturdy, buoyant, irrepressible

Falter

  • Verb
  • Lose strength or momentum; move or speak hesitantly
  • Synonyms: Hesitate, delay, drag one's feet, vacillate, be indecisive, be irresolute

Fetish

  • Noun
  • an activity or object that you are so interested in that you spend an unreasonable amount of time thinking about it or doing it:
    • Eg: She makes a fetish of the organization - it's quite obsessive.
    • Eg: He has a fetish for/about cleanliness.

prudent

  • adjective
  • careful and avoiding risks:
    • Eg: It's always prudent to read a contract carefully before signing it.
  • Synonym:- cautious, Wise, Judicious, Sagacious, Farsighted, Provident
  • Opposite:- imprudent, Unise, Extravagant

Persuasion

  • Noun
  • Use argument or reasoning to make someone do something or believe something
    • Eg: He persuaded her to go out with him.
  • Synonyms: Prevail on, Coax, Convince, Influence, WIn-over
  • Antonyms: Dissuade, Deter

Bountiful

  • Adjective
  • Large in quantity
    • Eg: Bountiful crops
  • Synonyms: Generous, Magnanimous, Munificent, Benevolent, Unselfish, Lavish, CHaritable, Copious
  • Antonyms: Mean, Meager

Frown

  • Verb
  • Furrow one's brows to show disapproval
    • Eg: Smoking is frowned upon in many societies
  • Synonym: Disapprove of, Object to, Scowl, Look daggers,
  • Antonyms: Smile

Minuscule

  • Adjective
  • Very small
  • The correct spelling is 'Minuscule' not 'Miniscule'. But 'Miniscule' is extremely common.

Consolidate

  • Verb
  • Make something stronger or more stable; Combine two or more things into a single unit;
    • Eg: The company consolidated its position in the market.
  • Synonym: Strengthen, Secure, Stabilise, Reinforce, Amalgamate, Merge, Unite, Fortify

Rampant

  • Adjective
  • Spreading in an uncontrolled way;
    • Eg: Rampant inflation
  • Synonym: Uncontrolled, Unrestrained, Out of control, Rife, Widespread, Unbridled
  • Antonyms: Controlled

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