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Daily Vocabulary Word 2nd February, 2023- 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 हो. हम आपको यहाँ  Daily Use Words with Hindi Meanings 2nd February,  2023 की Vocabulary दे रहे हैं.

Frowsy (Adjective) : बेपरवाह

  • Meaning: Scruffy and neglected in appearance
  • अर्थ: दिखने में टेढ़ा और उपेक्षित
  • Synonym: scruffy, unkempt
  • Antonym: Smile
  • Usage: He sat up and stretched, and rubbed his hands back and forth through his frowsy hair.

Skulk(Verb) : छिपना

  • Meaning: Move in stealthy or furtive manner
  • अर्थ: चोरी या फ़र्ज़ी तरीके से आगे बढ़ना
  • Synonym: Avoid, elude
  • Antonym: Appear, Issue
  • Usage: At the gate she skulked, she felt like a thief.
 

Suffuse(Verb) :  फैली हुई

  • Meaning: Spread over or through something
  • अर्थ: किसी चीज पर या उसके माध्यम से फैलना
  • Synonym: Steep and spread
  • Antonym: Deprive
  • Usage: Sweet and spicy flavors, including date, coriander and cumin suffuse the foods

Pell-Mell(Adverb) : तितर-बितर

  • Meaning: In a confused, disorderly, or rushed manner.
  • अर्थ: उलझन में, उच्छृंखल, या हड़बड़ी में।
  • Synonym: Hurries
  • Antonym: Slow, Organized
  • Usage: Mary ran down the stairs, chasing the rat with a marbel pell-mell
 

Misprision(Noun) : अवमानना

  • Meaning: Neglect or wrong performance of official duty.
  • अर्थ: आधिकारिक कर्तव्य की उपेक्षा या गलत प्रदर्शन।
  • Synonym: Contempt and despite
  • Antonym: Acceptance, tolerance
  • Usage: The punishment to the culprit was given out of misprision.
 

GRIPE (verb) : कष्ट

  • Meaning: to express dissatisfaction, pain, or resentment usually tiresomely.
  • अर्थ: असंतोष, दर्द या आक्रोश व्यक्त करने के लिए आमतौर पर थकाऊ होते हैं।
  • Synonyms: bellyache, bleat, carp, complain, crab, croak, fuss, grouch, grouse, growl, grumble, grump, nag, scream, squawk, squeal, whimper, whine.
  • Antonyms: bear, countenance, endure, tolerate, applaud, cheer, commend, delight, rejoice.
  • Usage: Her tendency to gripe constantly drove everyone away.

ENNUI (Noun) : विरक्ति

  • Meaning: a feeling of listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement.
  • अर्थ:  उत्तेजना की कमी से उत्पन्न होने वाली अशांति और असंतोष की भावना।
  • Synonym: boredom, tedium, listlessness.
  • Antonym: animation, contentment.
  • Example: Listening to your dull story about becoming a librarian is leaving me in a state of ennui.
 

FLEECE (Verb) : धन हथियाना

  • Meaning: obtain a great deal of money from (someone), typically by overcharging or swindling them.
  • अर्थ: आम तौर पर ओवरचार्जिंग या उन्हें ठग कर (किसी से) बहुत अधिक धन प्राप्त करते हैं।
  • Synonyms: swindle, cheat, defraud, deceive, trick,
  • Antonyms: give, offer
  • Example: Joining arms, they set out to fleece their latest victims.
 

Corroborate (Verb) : परिपुष्ट करना

  • Meaning: Give evidence for, Back up with evidence.
  • अर्थ: सबूत के लिए, सबूत के साथ वापस दे।
  • Synonyms: Validate, support, confirm, verify, endorse.
  • Antonyms: Reject, Disapprove, contradict
  • Example: Every one hastened to corroborate this verdict with some piece of evidence.
 

Ardent(Adjective) : उत्साही

  • Meaning: Characterized by strong enthusiasm
  • अर्थ: प्रबल उत्साह द्वारा विशेषता
  • Synonyms: Passionate, enthusiastic,  zealous
  • Antonyms: apathetic, dull, calm.
  • Example: One should be an ardent supporter for the right cause.

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