Vocabulary : 25 May 2020

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1. Compel (बाध्य करना)
Meaning: force or oblige (someone) to do something.
Synonyms: force, oblige, coerce, enforce
Antonyms: impede, obstruct, discourage, dissuade
Usage in a Sentence: Illness compelled him to stay in bed.

2. Trail (निशान/ खींचना)
Meaning: a mark or a series of signs or objects left behind by the passage of someone or something.
Synonyms: track, trace, drag, pursue, path
Antonyms: lead, surpass
Usage in a sentence: The hurricane left a trail of destruction behind it.

3. Incumbent (अवलंबी)
Meaning: necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility.
Synonyms: necessary, tenured, compulsory, officeholder
Antonyms: optional, unnecessary
Usage in a sentence: It is incumbent upon all users of this equipment to familiarize themselves with the safety procedure.

4. Charismatic (आकर्षक व्यक्तित्व युक्त)
Meaning: exercising a compelling charm which inspires devotion in others.
Synonyms: charming, captivating, enchanting, glamorous
Antonyms: repulsive, unrelatable, tedious, abominable, unappealing
Usage in a sentence: Not an obviously charismatic figure, Mr Chan’s principal qualities are those of a high-order bureaucrat.

5. Lopsided (असंतुलित, एकतरफ़ा)
Meaning: with one side lower or smaller than the other
Synonyms: uneven, unequal, irregular, unbalanced, disproportionate, partial
Antonyms: level, balanced, even
Usage in a Sentence: After all, such lopsided enthusiasm indicates that you feel well equipped to tell judges how to do their jobs

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