Analysis “The Hindu Vocabulary” For All Competitive Exams | 25-04-2019

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Analysis of “The Hindu Vocabulary” Analysis (25 April, 2019)

‘Vocabulary’ takes a vital role in in this world of competitive exams. Several Government exams like PO, Clerk, IBPS RRB, CGL, CHSL, Banking, State Level exams, Other Exams etc. Free Job News Alert Team provides you few new words in analysis of “The Hindu Vocabulary” on the daily basis which will benefit you not only in upcoming examinations but also to improve English knowledge. We have mentioned the important words with the meaning, synonyms and antonyms along with the example to give a clear concept about the words. We Know vocabulary Part in English are mostly comes from THE HINDU Newspapers in the competitive exams. Therefore it is very important to read and memories.

1. EXEGESIS (NOUN): detailed explanation:(टिप्पणी) 
Synonyms: interpretation, analysis
Antonyms: succinct, concise
Example Sentence:
Jovan’s exegesis of his latest book, made me realize that I completely misinterpreted the theme.
2. NUGATORY (ADJECTIVE): worthless:(नगण्य) 
Synonyms: insignificant, piddling
Antonyms: competent, adequate
Example Sentence:
Buying the movie tickets was nugatory since we couldn’t reach the movie theatre on time.
3. LOOM (VERB): appear, often imposingly:(सम्भावना होना)
Synonyms: dominate, hover
Antonym: abandon, decline
Example Sentence:
The concerns of warmer air and humid surroundings loom large in our small coastal town.
4. POISED (ADJECTIVE): having self-confidence and self-assurance:(संतुलित) 
Synonyms: confident, self-believing
Antonyms: fearful, timid
Example Sentence:
Despite the chaos, the soldier remained poised and calm as he directed the people through the emergency exits.
5. RECKON (VERB): to anticipate a specific thing will occur:(गिनना) 
Synonyms: surmise, suppose
Antonyms: disbelieve, doubt
Example Sentence:
Weather analysts reckon the monsoon is moving south because southern cities are enjoying rains.

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