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Vocabulary from the letter ‘A’

In Today’s competitive world it is highly recommended to improve our English Vocabulary to get success in any competitive exam. In Bank P.O, CAT, MAT, Bank Clerk, Stenographer and mostly in every exam English is mandatory.

To improve the skills in Comprehension, Spelling Correction, Essay Writing, Synonyms, Antonyms it is required to know the good vocabulary. So we are suggesting you some  important Vocabs that are specially asked in CAT, MAT and Banks recruitment Exams.

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Abandon

to leave behind, to give something up, freedom, enthusiasm, impetuosity

He abandoned himself to despair.

Abdicate

to reject, renounce, or abandon

This government will not abdicate its responsibility to beat inflation.

Abominate

to loathe, to hate

World Trade center attack was an abominable crime committed by Osama Bin Laden.

Abrupt

 happening or ending unexpectedly

The interview ended abruptly.

Acclaim

loud approval, applause

It was acclaimed as a great discovery.

Accrue

a natural growth, a periodic increase

Interest will accrue if you keep your money in a savings account.

Allocate

set aside, designate, assign

We spent our entire allocation for the year.

Abridge

to shorten, to limit

Yesterday, I found the abridged version of ‘War and Peace’ at the Book Store near my house.

Abstemious

 sparing in use of food or drinks

If we become stranded in the snow storm, we will have to be abstemious with our food supply.

Abstruse

hard to understand, deep, recondite

The topic was so abstruse the student was forced to stop reading.

Acquiesce

to agree without protest

The group acquiesced to the new         regulations even though they were opposed to them.

 Addled          rotten

The egg will become addled if it is left unrefrigerated.

Adulation    praise in excess

The adulation was in response to the heroic feat.

Affable

Friendly, amiable,      good-natured

Her affable puppy loved to play with children.

Agrarian

of the land

Many agrarian people are poor.

Alchemy

 any mysterious change of substance or nature

The magician used alchemy to change the powder into a liquid

Alleviate

to lessen or make easier

The airport’s monorail alleviates vehicular traffic.

Amalgamate

 to mix, merge, combine

If the economy does not grow, the business may need to amalgamate with a rival company.

Analogy

Similarity, correlation, parallelism

The teacher used an analogy to describe the similarities between the two books.

Anchorage

something that can be relied on

Knowing the neighbours were right next door was an anchorage for the elderly
woman.

 

 

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