Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams

1. OPPOSED (ADJECTIVE): (विरोधी):  against
Synonyms: opposition, averse
Antonyms: in favour of
Example Sentence:
He had always been opposed to discrimination.

2. EXTENSION (NOUN): (विस्तार):  prolongation
Synonyms: lengthening, increase
Antonyms: shortening
Example Sentence:
The initial term of appointment is for one year with an extension of two years.

3. AFFORDABLE (ADJECTIVE): (किफायती):  inexpensive
Synonyms: reasonably priced
Antonyms: unaffordable
Example Sentence:
Homes have become affordable now and is no more a luxury.

4. ACCIDENTAL (ADJECTIVE): (आकस्मिक):  fortuitous
Synonyms: chance, adventitious
Antonyms: intentional
Example Sentence:
Land might be let at a fixed rent but accidental loss falls on the tenant.

5. ROUGHLY (ADVERB): (लगभग):   approximately
Synonyms: about, around
Antonyms: exactly
Example Sentence:
We all took a walk of roughly 13 miles from our hotel.

6. PREDATORY (ADJECTIVE): (हिंसक):  predacious
Synonyms: carnivorous, hunting
Antonyms: defensive
Example Sentence:
Species of shark are usually predatory.

7. EXACERBATE (VERB): (ख़राब करना):  worsen
Synonyms: aggravate, compound
Antonyms: improve
Example Sentence:
Her condition exacerbated on the flight.

8. ABUSE (NOUN): (अनाचार):  mistreatment
Synonyms: maltreatment, ill-treatment
Antonyms: care
Example Sentence:
She had a black eye and other signs of physical abuse.

9. REFORM (VERB): (सुधारना): improve
Synonyms: better, refine
Antonyms: preserve
Example Sentence:
The Bill will reform the tax system.

10. CRITICAL (ADJECTIVE): (अवरोधक):  censorious
Synonyms: condemnatory, condemning
Antonyms: complimentary
Example Sentence:
I was very critical of the previous regime.