DAILY VOCAB

1. Errands (noun): A short trip that you make in order to do a job for someone. (दिया गया काम, रोज का काम)
Synonyms: Task, Job, Chore, Assignment, Duties

Example: I’ll meet you at six, I’ve got some errands to do/run first.

2. Genteel (adjective): Characterized by exaggerated or affected politeness, refinement, or respectability. (सुशील, सभ्य)
Synonyms: Elegant, Proper, Well Mannered, Sophisticated, Courteous,
Antonyms: Rude, Impolite, Barbaric, Ill-Bred
Example: At the formal dinner, you are expected to behave in a genteel manner.
 
3. Daresay (phrasal verb): Used to indicate that one believes something is probable. (साहास कर पाना)
Synonyms: Suppose, Presume, Suspect, Guess
Antonyms: Disbelieve, Prove, Know
Example: She’s got a lot of admirers. “I daresay – she’s very beautiful.”
 
4. Flummox (verb): Perplex (someone) greatly. (उलझाना, चक्कर में डालना)
Synonyms: Baffle, Bewilder, Mystify, Bemuse, Puzzle
Antonyms: Clarify, Explain, Illuminate, Enlighten
Example: I have to say that last question flummoxed me.
 
5. Regressive (adjective): Returning to an earlier and less advanced stage of development. (पीछे की ओर हटानेवाला, लौटनेवाला)
Synonyms: Retrograde, Reverting, Deteriorating, Receding
Antonyms: Progressive, Forward, Advance
Example: The policy has been condemned as a regressive step.
 
6. Unscrupulous (adjective): Having or showing no moral principles. (अनैतिक, बेशरम)
Synonyms: Unprincipled, Unethical, Immoral, Reprobate,
Antonyms: Honest, Moral, Righteous, Principled
Example: The unscrupulous teacher offered to raise her student’s grade if he gave her one hundred dollars.
 
7. Extrapolation (noun): To predict by projecting past experience or known data. (बाह्य गणन)
Synonyms: Estimate, Forecast, Prognosticate, Projection, Computation
Example We can extrapolate from past economic recessions the probable course of the current one.
8. Cremation (noun): The act of burning a dead body, or a part of a funeral ceremony in which this is done: (दाह-संस्कार, दहन)
Synonyms: Incineration, Interment, Inhumation, Obsequies, Burial
Example: We chose cremation over burial
 
9. Resurrect (verb): Revive or revitalize (something that is inactive, disused, or forgotten). (पुनर्जीवित करना)
Synonyms: Resuscitate, Renew, Rekindle, Rejuvenate
Antonyms: Kill, Destroy, Ruin,
Example: She has been busily trying to resurrect her Hollywood career.
Related: Resurrected, Resurrected
 10. Faux (adjective): Not real, but made to look or seem real. (नकली, जाली)
Synonyms: False, Fake, Ersatz, Unreal
Antonyms: Genuine, Authentic, Sincere, Real
Example: The kitchen counters were made of faux marble.

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