1. Bureaucratic (Adjective): relating to a system of controlling or managing a country, company, or organization that is operated by a large number of officials ; involving complicated rules and processes that make something slow and difficult
Synonyms: administrative, parliamentary, regulatory, managerial, official
Example Sentence: I had a lot of bureaucratic hassle trying to get the information I needed.
2. Appease (Adjective) : खुश करना / शान्त करना: pacify or placate (someone) by acceding to their demands
Synonyms: placate, comfort, mollify, pacify, soothe, propitiate
Antonyms: infuriate, anger, inflame, annoy
Example Sentence: When I reported the cashier’s poor customer service, the manager tried to appease me with the offer of a free pizza.
3. Swathe (Noun / Verb): a large part of something that includes several different things; wrap in several layers of fabric
Synonyms: wrap, shroud, envelop, enclose, encompass
Example Sentence: The bomb had left a swathe of the town in ruins.
4. Submersible (Noun / Adjective) : पनडुब्बी: a type of ship that can travel underwater, especially one that operates without people being in it; able to be used or to travel underwater
Synonyms: nuclear submarine, underwater craft
Example Sentence: Submersible lights in the pool allowed the homeowners to have pool parties at night.
6. Picturesque (Adjective) : खूबसूरत , सुरम्य: visually attractive, especially in a quaint or charming way
Synonyms: vivid, graphic, pictorial, expressive,
Antonyms: inartistic, ugly, unattractive
Example Sentence: The narrow, leaning buildings and the large city park, Vondelpark, make Amsterdam a picturesque city for walking or biking.
Synonyms: joy, glee, cheer, happiness
Antonyms: despondency, disappointment, sadness, sorrow,
Example Sentence: Exam results day may bring jubilation or despair to thousands of Swindon youngsters next month.
8. Tussle (Verb) : हाथापाई करना: engage in a vigorous struggle, typically in order to obtain or achieve something
Synonyms: clash, battle, fight, scuffle, struggle, brawl, fray
Antonyms: agreement, harmony, peace, truce
Example Sentence: The children began to tussle over a toy, and the preschool teacher had to step in to break up the fight.
9. Umbrage (Noun) : अपमान : to feel upset or annoyed, usually because you feel that someone has been rude or shown no respect to you
Synonyms: take offense, be offended, be affronted
Antonyms: appeasement, mollification, pacification
Example Sentence: I certainly took umbrage for not being invited to my best friend’s wedding.
Synonyms: diligent, careful, meticulous
Antonyms: nonchalant, negligent, indifferent, careless.
Example Sentence: She wondered what sort of herbs they were which the old man was so sedulous to gather