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Daily Vocabulary Word 19th December, 2022- Daily Use Words with Hindi Meanings

Vocabulary अब हर Competitive Exam का महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा बन चुकी हैं. चाहे बात बैंकिंग की हो या SSC की या किसी अन्य प्रतियोगी परीक्षा की सभी परीक्षाओं में vocabulary एक important part होती है. Reading comprehension को Solve करने से लेकर किसी भी को Solve करने के लिए Vocabulary अच्छी होना ज़रूरी है. इसलिए, Hindi Bankersadda आपको Daily Vocabulary प्रदान करता है जिससे आप आगामी परीक्षाओं की तैयारी को और बेहतर बना सकते होहम आपको यहाँ  Daily Use Words with Hindi Meanings 19th December,  2022 की Vocabulary दे रहे हैं.

RESORT (Verb): प्रश्रय
  • Meaning: turn to and adopt (a course of action, especially an extreme or undesirable one) so as to resolve a difficult situation.
  • अर्थ: एक कठिन स्थिति को हल करने के लिए मुड़ें और अपनाएं (कार्रवाई का एक कोर्स, विशेष रूप से एक चरम या अवांछनीय)।
  • Synonyms: address, recur
  • Antonyms: abstain, halt
  • Example: She would never resort to the law courts to resolve her marital problems.
 

GARNER (Verb): संग्रह

  • Meaning: gather or collect (something, especially information or approval).
  • अर्थ: इकट्ठा करना या इकट्ठा करना (कुछ, विशेष रूप से जानकारी या अनुमोदन)।
  • Synonyms: gather, collect, accumulate, amass, assemble
  • Antonyms: disperse, distribute
  • Example: he church members are trying to garner enough funds to purchase the pastor a new house.


SOBERING (Adjective): बुद्धिमत्ता

  • Meaning: creating a more serious, sensible, or solemn mood.
  • अर्थ: अधिक गंभीर, समझदार या गंभीर मनोदशा बनाना।
  • Synonyms: dangerous, severe, difficult, grievous
  • Antonyms: calm, facile
  • Example:  Once again he was in the sobering presence of violent death.


POIGNANT (Adjective): हृदयविदारक

  • Meaning: evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret.
  • अर्थ: उदासी या पछतावे की गहरी भावना पैदा करना।
  • Synonyms: affecting, pitiful, piteous, pitiable, pathetic,
  • Antonyms: cheerful, indifferent
  • Example: Because the poignant movie reminded me of my painful childhood, it made me cry.


TRAMMEL (Noun): रुकावट

  • Meaning: restrictions or impediments to freedom of action.
  • अर्थ: कार्रवाई की स्वतंत्रता के लिए प्रतिबंध या बाधाएं।
  • Synonyms: restraint, constraint, curb, check, impediment,
  • Antonyms: help, assistance
  • Example: Protesters refused to let anyone trammel their first amendment rights and pushed for freedom and equality for all.


SULK (Noun): उदास होना

  • Meaning: a state of resentful silence or irritability
  • अर्थ: आक्रोशपूर्ण चुप्पी या चिड़चिड़ापन की स्थिति
  • Synonyms: grouch, hump
  • Antonyms: cheerfulness, gaiety
  • Example: A child sitting in a sulk over a minor disagreement.


INVIGORATE (Verb): बलवर्धन करना

  • Meaning: give strength or energy to.
  • अर्थ: शक्ति या ऊर्जा देना।
  • Synonyms: revitalize, energize, refresh, revive, vivify
  • Antonyms: discourage, dissuade
  • Example: As soon as the water hits the roots of the dehydrated plant, it will invigorate it.


MALADY (Noun): अधमता

  • Meaning: a disease or ailment.
  • अर्थ: रोग या रोग।
  • Synonyms: affliction,disorder, illness, disability
  • Antonyms: comfort, health
  • Example: in the olden days people were always suffering from some unknown malady.
 
 

DRUB (Verb): पीटना

  • Meaning: hit or beat (someone) repeatedly.
  • अर्थ: (किसी को) बार-बार मारना या पीटना।
  • Synonyms: thrash, trounce, spank, beat
  • Antonyms: aid
  • Example: Continuing to drub the victim with his fist, the attacker didn’t stop until the police showed up.


MORIBUND (Adjective): मृतप्राय

  • Meaning: (of a person) at the point of death.
  • अर्थ: (किसी व्यक्ति का) मृत्यु के बिंदु पर।
  • Synonyms: dying
  • Antonyms: thriving
  • Example: As the moribund man held his Bible and took his last breath, a bright light appeared in the corner of the room.

 

 

 

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