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1. Word: Premise (आधार वाक्य)

Pronunciation: prem-is/प्रेमिस

Part of Speech: Noun, Verb

a. a previous statement or proposition from which another is inferred or follows as a conclusion. [Noun]
b. base an argument, theory, or undertaking on. [Verb]

Synonyms: supposition, hypothesis, presumption

Antonyms: truth, fact, reality

Use in a Sentence: We can infer a conclusion from the given premise.

2. Word: Substantively (मूल रूप में)

Pronunciation: suhb-stuh n-tiv-ly/सब्स्टन्टिवली

Part of Speech: Adverb

Meaning: in a way that is important, meaningful, or considerable.

Synonyms: essentially, factually, indispensable

Antonyms: insignificantly, marginally

Use in a Sentence: This chapter was never substantively altered.

3. Word: Jeopardise (खतरे में डालना)

Pronunciation: jep-er-dahyz/जेपर्डाइज़

Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure.

Synonyms: endanger, menace, hazard

Antonyms: safety, protection

Use in a Sentence: This action can jeopardise the whole operation.

4. Word: Adversary (विपक्षी)

Pronunciation: ad-ver-ser-ee/ऐड्वर्सेरी

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning: one’s opponent in a contest, conflict, or dispute.

Synonyms: rivals, disagreements, attackers

Antonyms: accomplices, supporters

Use in a Sentence: The political adversaries are creating a trouble for me.

5. Word: Recalibration (दुबारा जांचना)

Pronunciation: re-kal-uh-breyt/रीकैलब्रैशन

Part of Speech: Verb

Meaning: calibrate (something) again or differently.

Calibrate: to determine, check, or rectify the graduation of (any instrument)/ to determine the correct range for (an artillery etc.) by observing where the fired projectile hits.

Synonyms: reevaluating, redressing

Antonyms: disorganize, neglect

Use in a Sentence: It also does not need recalibration after launching or during its service life.

6. Word: Break the ice (विवाद हल करना)

Part of Speech: Idiom

Meaning: To do something as a means of reducing or eliminating shyness, awkward tension, or unfamiliarity.

Synonyms: break down stiffness, take the heat off

Antonyms: cease, terminate, come to a standstill

Use in a Sentence: I tried to break the ice by offering sweets to my sister, but she said no.

7. Word: Frayed (अस्तव्यस्त)

Pronunciation: frey-ed/फ्रैड

Part of Speech: Adjective


a. (of a fabric, rope, or cord) unravelled or worn at the edge.

b. (of a person’s nerves or temper) showing the effects of strain.

Synonyms: shabby, raged, worn out

Antonyms: improve, virtuous, calmed

Use in a Sentence: Relationships between us have become frayed through misunderstandings.

8. Word: Intriguing (लुभावना)

Pronunciation: in-treeg-ing/इन्ट्रीगिंग

Part of Speech: Adjective

Meaning: arousing one’s curiosity or interest; fascinating.

Synonyms: fascinating, alluring, engaging

Antonyms: tedious, boring, dull

Use in a Sentence: The deal was an intriguing matter of 1.7 million dollars.

9. Word: Hitherto (अब तक)

Pronunciation: hith -er-too/हिदर्टू

Part of Speech: Adverb

Meaning: until now or until the point in time under discussion.

Synonyms: yet, so far, till date

Antonyms: currently, instantly, recently

Use in a Sentence: All attempts to make hydrogen enters into stable chemical union have hitherto proved unsuccessful.

10. Word: Flux (प्रवाह)

Pronunciation: fluhks/फ्लक्स

Part of Speech: Noun

Meaning: the action or process of flowing or flowing out.

Synonyms: motion, liquefy, melt

Antonyms: stability, permanence


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