WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is :

IMPETUOUS – जल्दबाज

What does it mean?

  • acting or done quickly and without thought or care.
  • moving forcefully or rapidly.

How do you use it?

  • Marrying someone you hardly know is an impetuous decision.
  • Because James is only seventeen, he tends to be impetuous at times.

How do you remember it?

impetuous

CUE : sounds like impatient, an impatient person will be impetuous.


 

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WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is :

NONCHALANT – बेपरवाह

What does it mean?

  • relaxed and calm in a way that shows you do not care or are not worried about anything
  • not displaying anxiety, interest, or enthusiasm.

How do you use it?

  • Although the young doctor was upset about his patient dying, he tried to remain nonchalant in front of the medical team.
  • The rebellious teenager gave the police officer a nonchalant smile.

How do you remember it?

nonchalant

CUE : Nonchalant seems like non challenge. If there is no challenge in life, a person is relaxed and carefree.

 

 

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is :

OSTENTATIOUS – दिखावटी

What does it mean?

  • characterized by pretentious or showy display
  • extravangant

How do you use it?

  • My wealthy aunt who enjoys flaunting her wealth always wears an ostentatious diamond necklace.
  • Although the rock star gave regularly to charity, he was still criticized for his ostentatious lifestyle.

How do you remember it?

ostentatious

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is:

TENACIOUS – संलग्नशील

What does it mean?

  • not readily relinquishing a position, principle, or course of action; determined.
  • persisting in existence; not easily dispelled

How do you use it?

  • Even though Jackson was smaller than his other teammates, his tenacious attitude allowed him to accomplish as much as they did.
  • The reporter’s tenacious search for the truth helped solve a murder case that had been open for twenty years.

How do you remember it?

tenacious

CUE : Sounds like ten Asians. Ten developing Asian countries if united together, can not be pulled apart.

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is:

SUSCEPTIBLE –  अतिसंवेदनशील

What does it mean?

  • likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing.
  • capable or admitting of.

How do you use it?

  • Since the dog lives outside, he is highly susceptible to parasites that strive in the outdoors.
  • If our garden is not sprayed with pesticides, it will be susceptible to insects.

How do you remember it?

susceptible

CUE – The one who is not able to SUSPECT, therefore is easily influenced.

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is:

RIGOROUS -परिशुद्ध

What does it mean?

  • extremely thorough and careful.
  • strictly applied or adhered to.

How do you use it?

  • The young man changed his mind about joining the military after a day of rigorous training.
  • The Finance Minister has been quite rigorous in his attempts to cut the budgets of his fellow Ministers.

How do you remember it?

rigorous

 

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is:

PLACID – सौम्य

What does it mean?

  • not easily upset or excited
  • calm and peaceful, with little movement or activity

How do you use it?

  • Even when the emergency room was packed with patients, the staff remained placid and calmly did their duties.
  • The stock market has been far from placid during the economic crisis

How do you remember it?

placid

Cue –  A student well PLACED in his college will sit calmly and peacefully as compared to those who did not get placed.

 

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is:

ABOMINATE –  बहुत नफ़रत करना

What does it mean?

  • detest
  • loathe

How do you use it?

  • The more I thought of what he had done to my brother, the more I abominated his very presence.
  • David does not enjoy his work at all, he abominates his boss.

How do you remember it?

abominate

Abominate rhymes with hate.

 

WORD OF THE DAY

Thousands of people apply for bank exams every year, and a miniscule fraction of these applicants make it. One fundamental thing that sets a successful candidate and an aspirant apart would be a a good vocabulary. In order to improve your word stock, Studycopter brings to you regular WORD OF THE DAY updates.

Today’s word of the day is:

DIGRESS –  विषय से भटक जाना

What does it mean?

  • Leave the main subject temporarily in speech or writing.
  • Stray

How do you use it?

  • He digressed a lot from the original point of the post.
  • If you get emotional talking about your father, then you may digress.

How do you remember it?

digress

Mnemonic cue – A tiger goes out to hunt but meets a tigress. The tigress distracts him and makes him digress.

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