Vocabulary Tips - Learn about Words - शब्द ज्ञान

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English Hindi Dictionary | अंग्रेज़ी हिन्दी शब्दकोश

Animal idioms about cats


cat nap - a short sleep
I'm going to have a cat nap while you're cooking dinner.

cat's got one's tongue - said about someone who doesn't speak (usually due to shyness)
It looks like the cat's got your tongue, Lucy. Are you always this quiet?

copy cat - a person who does the same thing as someone else
My sister is such a copy cat. First she bought the same car as me, and now she's applying to my school.

a cat on a hot tin roof - full of lively activity
The boy was jumping around like a cat on a hot tin roof and we could not make him be quiet.

fight like cats and dogs - to argue and fight with someone (usually used for people who know each other)
The two children were fighting like cats and dogs when we entered the room.

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-al suffix के बारे जानें


-al suffix (-al, -ial, -ical)
Meaning: pertaining to something, relating to, having the quality of

Examples:accidental
educational
brutal
historical
regional
social
universal
personal
experimental
mental
universal

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Phrasal verbs


Fall through - fail; doesn't happen (पूरा न होना/ असफल हो जाना)
Our planned boat trip fell through because of the storm.
Figure out - understand, find the answer (समझना/ उत्तर ढूंढ़ना)
I'm trying to figure out how to assemble the bookshelves.
Fill out - complete (a form/an application) (किसी फॉर्म को भरना)
Please fill out the enclosed form and return it as soon as possible.
Find out - discover or obtain information (ढूंढ़ना)
I'm going to call the cinema to find out what time the film starts.
Focus on - concentrate on something (ध्यान केंद्रित करना)
The advertising campaign will focus on the quality of the product.

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Commonly misspelled words


Correct spelling - Common misspelling
ignorance - ignorence
immediate - immediete
independent - independant
intelligence - intelligance
license - lisense
leisure - liesure
medieval - midieval/ medeival
misspell - mispell

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Antonyms for competitive exams


Bind - Release
Benevolent - Malevolent, Miserly
Befogged - Clear headed, Uncloud
Benign - Malignant, Cruel
Boisterous - Placid, Calm
Calumny - Commendation, Praise
Chastise - Cheer, encourage
Callous - Kind, merciful

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