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2yDec 2018 Vocabulary Dailly Dose From Mewspaper
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1. Word: Implicitly ARRE . Pronunciation: im-plis-it-leecit Part of Speech: Adverb Meaning: a. in a way that is not directly expressed; tacitly. b. without qualification: absolutely.
Synonyms: thoroughly, entirely Antonyms: explicitly, openly . Use in a Sentence: Mr. Smith implicitly recognises the deterrent effect.
2. Word: Tepid (TTFT,JRTR ) Pronunciation: tey-pid/cfus Part of Speech: Adjective . Meaning: a. displaying little interest or enthusiasm
Synonyms: unenthusiastic, half- hearted Antonyms: enthusiastic, ardent . Use in a Sentence: The president has seen his popularity grow tepid ever since he mishandled the budget crisis.
3. Word: Compliance (3A . Pronunciation: kuh m-plahy-uh ns/ Part of Speech: Noun Meaning: the state or fact of according with or meeting rules or standards.
Synonyms: obedience, concurrence, consent Antonyms: refusal, denial, defiance . Use in a Sentence: The workers of the factory must be monitored to ensure compliance with the terms and conditions.
Synonyms: obligatory, officeholder, . Antonyms: Aspirant, Layman, Nonessential Use in a Sentence: It's incumbent on parents to advise their children about the bad and good habits.
. Synonyms: harmonize, conciliate . Antonyms: alienate, disagree . Use in a Sentence: You must reconcile yourself to your present job.
Synonyms: very important, urgent, essential, all-important, top of mind Antonyms: insignificant, unimportant, trivial, frivolous Use in Sentence: The Supreme Court said that there has to be overarching' guidelines to guard personal information in public domain.
8. Word: Vest (34ferGZ -T) Part of Speech: Verb . Pronunciation: vest/ Meaning: confer or bestow (power, authority, property, etc.) on someone. Synonyms: empower, pertain Antonyms: disallow, deprive Use in a Sentence: In the case of bankruptcy, the property shall vest in the custodian.
9. Word: Misgiving (HEAR-CT T) .Pronunciation: mis-giv-ing/CIETT Part of Speech: Noun . Meaning: a feeling of doubt or apprehension about the outcome or consequences of something.
Synonyms: qualm, doubt, reservation, scruple Antonyms: certainty, faith, confidence Use in a Sentence: He looks with misgiving at the strange man in front of him.
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