SBI Clerk | NABARD | RRB | SSC || Vocabulary: 5
Dear students. Here we are providing daily Vocabulary, which is common for SBI, IBPS, RBI, LIC, NICL and other competitive exams.
1. Procurement (Noun)
Definition: the action of obtaining or procuring something.
Usage: Financial assistance for the procurement of legal advice.
2). Appetising (Adj)
Definition: stimulating one’s appetite.
Synonyms: mouth-watering, inviting, tempting; tasty, succulent, delicious
Usage: An appetizing ploughman’s lunch was served.
3). Parlay (Verb)
Definition: turn an initial stake or winnings from a previous bet into (a greater amount) by gambling. Usage: Parlaying a small bankroll into big winnings.
4). Contentious (Adj)
Definition: causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial.
Synonyms: controversial, disputable, debatable, disputed, contended
Usage: The contentious issue of abortion.
5). Deficit (Noun)
Definition: the amount by which something, especially a sum of money, is too small.
Synonyms: shortfall, deficiency, shortage, undersupply Usage: There was a large, continuing deficit in the federal budget
6). Exploit (Verb)
Definition: make full use of and derive benefit from (a resource).
Synonyms: utilize, make use of, put to use, use, use to good advantage
Usage: platinum was originally exploited by the Indians of Colombia and Ecuador.
7). Asymmetry (Noun)
Definition: lack of equality or equivalence between parts or aspects of something; lack of symmetry.
Usage: There was an asymmetry between the right and left ears
8). Inured (Verb)
Definition: accustom (someone) to something, especially something unpleasant
Synonyms: harden, toughen, season, temper, condition; accustom
Usage: These children have been inured to violence.
9. Yell (Verb) gerund or present participle: yelling
Definition: shout in a loud, sharp way.
Synonyms: cry out, call out, call at the top of one’s voice, yelp
Usage: You heard me losing my temper and yelling at her.
10). Apparently (adverb)
Definition: as far as one knows or can see. Synonyms: seemingly, evidently, it seems (that), it would seem (that)
Usage: The child nodded, apparently content with the promise.