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Vocabulary from the letter ‘B’

Today mostly all exams are held in English. So to understand each and every question it is necessary to learn vocabulary, so that we can perform better in comprehension skills, story completion, spelling mistakes and to improve readability in English. Last but not the least reason is to score excellent in written exams.

So, we are suggesting you some common vocabulary which is generally asked in the competitive exams. We are sure that these words will definitely help you for your success in written exams.

 

  Word                      Meaning          Sentence
Balance

To scale

A delicate balancing act is needed in order to satisfy the two slides
Bang

a loud, sudden

He was banging on the door with his fist.
Banquet

a meal that is well prepared and greatly enjoyed

Yesterday, I attend a state banquet in honour of the visiting French President.
Baptize

To initiate

I was baptized a Catholic.
Bargain

An agreement or stipulation

You must admit that I’m offering you a bargain.
Barge

bump into things

He barged past (me) and went to the front of the line.
Barracks

root or jeer.

The men marched back to their barracks.
Barricade

a defensive barrier hastily constructed

They had barricaded all the doors and windows.
Bash

to strike with a crushing  blow.

He was bashed up in the playground by some older boys.
Become

to come, change, or grow to be

They become close friends.
Beguile

to influence by trickery

He beguiled us with  many a tail of adventures
Belie

to show to be false

Practical experience belies this theory.
Belittle

to regard  as less  impressive

Don’t belittle yourself.
Belonging

goods

The tourists lost all their belongings in the hotel fire.
Beneficial

useful

Fresh air is beneficial to one’s health.
Besiege

to crowd around

The union spokesman was besieged by reporters.
Bestow

to present as a gift

It was an honour bestowed on her by the king.
Betray

To disappoint the hopes

He had a good disguise, but as soon as he spoke he betrayed himself.
Blast

a loud,  the blowing of a trumpet, whistle,

The film was blasted by the critics.
Blemish

a mark that detracts from appearance,

His character is without blemish

 

 

Vocabulary from “A”

Vocabulary from “N”

Vocabulary from “B”

Vocabulary from “O”

Vocabulary from “C”

Vocabulary from “P”

Vocabulary from “D”

Vocabulary from “Q”

Vocabulary from “E”

Vocabulary from “R”

Vocabulary from “F”

Vocabulary from “S”

Vocabulary from “G”

Vocabulary from “T”

Vocabulary from “H”

Vocabulary from “U”

Vocabulary from “I”

Vocabulary from “V”

Vocabulary from “J”

Vocabulary from “W”

Vocabulary from “K”

Vocabulary from “X”

Vocabulary from “L”

Vocabulary from “Y”

Vocabulary from “M”

Vocabulary from “Z”

 

 

 


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