Good evening friends…
Sunshine has brought vocabulary for you from THE HINDU keeping in mind the role this English daily play in the life of every banking aspirant. Read them and try to use them in your daily speaking habit. In this way you will be able to learn and recall them easily.
- DORMANT –Inactive, sleeping, asleep, suspended. Sentence – the volcano remained dormant for the past 10 years.
- DOLE – To distribute in small amounts. Sentence – Dole out the sweets among children.
- AFFILIATE – To fix the paternity of; To connect in the way of descent: To trace origin Sentence – the new university is said to be affiliated to the University Grants Commission.
- EXTORT – To take or seize off an unwilling person by physical force, menace, duress, tortue, or any undue or illegal exercise of power or ingenuity. Sentence – the police extorted contributions from the vanquished.
- CAPTIVE – Person held prisoner. Sentence – Ramu was held captive for months by his employer.
- INCORPORATE – Make something part of a whole; Include. Sentence – He was asked by the teacher to incorporate all the values of his father in him.
- CHALK – Draw (the outline of something) with a chalk. Sentence – the engineer chalked out the draft of the proposal for the office building.
- RAMPANT – Flourishing excessively; unrestrained. Sentence – demonetization is a giant leap by the government to end the rampant practice of hoarding black money in the people.
- ATROCITY – Great wickedness or cruelty. Sentence – the atrocity of the Syrian forces can be clearly seen in the videos that surfaced last week.
- AMMUNITION – Facts and reasoning used in trying to win an argument. Sentence – he came loaded with all his ammunition needed for defeating the rival in the debate.
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