1. Rapprochement (Noun): मेल-मिलाप : The reestablishment of cordial relations, or resumption of harmonious relations.
Synonyms: Reconciliation, Harmonization, Accord, Agreement
Antonyms: Conflict, Hostility, Disagreement
Example Sentence: The recent talks between the two nations have led to a rapprochement, improving diplomatic relations.
2. Insuperable (Adjective) : अविजेय : Impossible to overcome or defeat
Synonyms: Unbeatable, Invincible, Indomitable, Unsurmountable
Antonyms: Surmountable, Conquerable, Overcomeable, Achievable
Example Sentence: The challenges she faced seemed insuperable, but she never gave up and eventually succeeded.
3. Apprentice (Noun): शिक्षु: A person who is learning a trade or profession under a skilled
worker, typically for a fixed period of time as part of a formal agreement.
Synonyms: Trainee, Learner, Novice
Antonyms: Expert, Master, Veteran, Professional
Example Sentence:She joined a renowned chef as an apprentice to gain practical experience in the culinary field.
4. Edacious (Adjective): भुक्खड़ : Having a huge appetite or craving for food; devouring or consuming in large quantities.
Synonyms: Voracious, Greedy, Gluttonous, Ravenous
Example Sentence:The edacious teenager finished the entire pizza by himself in just a few minutes.
5. Alley (Noun): गली : A narrow passage or lane, usually between buildings, often used
Synonyms: Lane, Pathway, Passage, Walkway, Corridor
Antonyms: Open space, Boulevard, Avenue
Example Sentence: The children playedbasketball in the alley behind their
6. Gargantuan (Adjective): विशाल: unusually large
Synonyms: enormous, massive, giant
Antonyms: little, mini, petite
Example SentenceOf all her mistakes, this was the most gargantuan.
7. Arsenal (Noun) : शस्त्रागार : a place where military arms are stored
Synonyms: armory, warehouse, depot
Example Sentence They sent the ordinance officer to the arsenal for weapons.
8. Fudge (Verb): ठगना : to use dishonest methods to achieve a goal
Synonyms: cheat, finagle, falsify
Example Sentence She’s been fudging on her taxes for years.
9. Play It By Ear (Idiom) : to decide how to deal with a situation as it develops, rather than acting according to plans made earlier
Synonyms: Wing it
Antonym: Follow a plan
Example Sentence I’m not sure what time the party starts, so I’ll just have to play it
by ear and see when everyone else arrives.
10. Put The Cart Before The Horse (Idiom) : to do things in the wrong order, or to prioritize things incorrectly.
Synonyms: to reverse the order, to get things backward
Antonym: to prioritize correctly
Example Sentence: Aren’t you putting the cart before the horse by deciding what to wear
for the wedding before you’ve even been invited to it?
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