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1. PERCOLATE (चूना)
Meaning – (of a liquid or gas) filter gradually through a porous surface or substance.
Synonyms – filter, drain, drip, ooze, seep, trickle, dribble, strain, leak, leach; rarefiltrate, transude
Usage – “the water percolating through the soil may leach out minerals”
2. ABYSMAL (निराशाजनक)
Meaning – extremely bad; appalling.
Synonyms – very bad, dreadful, awful, terrible, frightful, atrocious, disgraceful, deplorable, shameful, woeful, hopeless, lamentable, laughable, substandard, poor, inadequate, inferior, unsatisfactory; informalrotten, appalling, crummy, pathetic, pitiful, useless, lousy, shocking, dire, poxy, the pits; informalduff, chronic, a load of pants, pants; vulgar slangchickenshit.
Usage – “the quality of her work is abysmal”
3. EUPHORIA (उत्साह)
Meaning – a feeling or state of intense excitement and happiness.
Synonyms – elation, happiness, joy, joyousness, delight, glee, excitement, exhilaration, animation, jubilation, exultation; ecstasy, bliss, rapture, rhapsody, rhapsodies, intoxication.
Usage – “in his euphoria, he had become convinced he could defeat them”
4. TRAIL (निशान)
Meaning – a mark or a series of signs or objects left behind by the passage of someone or something.
Synonyms – series, stream, string, line, chain, row, succession, train.
Usage – “a trail of blood on the grass”
5. REVERBERATING (प्रतिध्वनि का)
Meaning – (of a loud noise) be repeated several times as an echo.
Synonyms – resound, echo, re-echo, repeat, resonate, pulsate, vibrate, ring, peal, boom, rumble, roll, pound, thump, drum, thrum.
Usage – “her deep booming laugh reverberated around the room”
6. PORTEND (संकेत मिलता है)
Meaning – be a sign or warning that (something, especially something momentous or calamitous) is likely to happen.
Synonyms – “the eclipses portend some major events”
Usage – presage, augur, foreshadow, foretell, prophesy; be a sign of, be a warning of, warn of, be an omen of, be an indication of, be a harbinger of; indicate, herald, signal, bode, announce, promise, threaten, point to, mean, signify, spell, denote; literarybetoken, foretoken, forebode, harbinger.
7. IMPLICATE (फंसाना)
Meaning – show (someone) to be involved in a crime.
Synonyms – incriminate, compromise; involve, connect, embroil, enmesh, ensnare; expose; archaicinculpate.
Usage – “he implicated his government in the murders of three judges”
8. PROFOUND (गहन)
Meaning – (of a state, quality, or emotion) very great or intense.
Synonyms – heartfelt, intense, keen, great, very great, extreme, sincere, earnest, deep, deepest, deeply felt, wholehearted, acute, overpowering, overwhelming, deep-seated, deep-rooted, fervent, ardent.
Usage – “profound feelings of disquiet”
9. IMPLY (मतलब)
Meaning – indicate the truth or existence of (something) by suggestion rather than explicit reference.
Synonyms – implicit, indirect, hinted, suggested, insinuated, deducible, inferred, understood; oblique, unspoken, unexpressed, undeclared, unstated, unsaid, tacit, unacknowledged, not spelt out, silent, taken for granted, taken as read, assumed.
Usage – “salesmen who use jargon to imply superior knowledge”
10. DILATE (चौड़ा करना)
Meaning – make or become wider, larger, or more open.
Synonyms – enlarge, become larger, widen, become wider, expand, distend, swell.
Usage – “her eyes dilated with horror”