1 Consolidate (verb)
to become, or cause something to become, stronger, and more certain. (मजबूत करना)
Synonyms: strengthen, fortify, cement, reinforce
Antonyms: undermine, debilitate, enfeeble, sap
Example: The success of their major product consolidated the firm’s position in the market.

2 Impinge (verb)
have an effect, especially a negative one. (प्रभावित करना)
Synonyms: affect, impact, touch, influence, leave a mark on
Antonyms: blithe, cheerful, buoyant, jaunty
Example: Several factors impinge on market efficiency.

3 Wailing (adjective)
crying with pain, grief, or anger. (रोने)
Synonyms: weepy, sobbing, howling, bawling, in tears
Antonyms: blithe, cheerful, buoyant, jaunty
Example: She tried to assuage the wailing toddlers.

4 Conglomerate (noun)
a thing consisting of a number of different and distinct parts or items that are grouped together. (समूह)
Synonyms: mixture, amalgam, commingling, compound, union
Antonyms: division, constituent, component, element
Example: The Earth is a specialized conglomerate of organisms.

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5 Underpin (verb)
support, justify, or form the basis for. (सहारा देना)
Synonyms: support, promote, foster, cultivate, aid
Antonyms: hinder, hamper, impede, inhibit
Example: He presented data to underpin his argument.

6 Charm (noun)
the power or quality of delighting, attracting, or fascinating others. (आकर्षण)
Synonyms: attraction, charisma, allure, magnetism
Antonyms: repulsion, disgust, nausea, abhorrence
Example: It’s a town with a lot of , old-world charm.

7 Incumbent (adjective)
(of an official or regime) currently holding office. (पदधारी)
Synonyms: ruling, current, reigning, regnant, commanding
Antonyms: past, former, bygone, earlier
Example: He defeated the incumbent government by a large plurality.

8 Multi-layered (adjective)
having or involving several distinct layers, strata, or levels. (जटिल)
Synonyms: complex, many-sided, multifaceted, intricate
Antonyms: simple, plain, facile, straightforward
Example: However, mental representations of designs in progress are multilayered.

9 Confer (verb)
grant (a title, degree, benefit, or right). (प्रदान करना)
Synonyms: award, bestow, grant, bequeath, impart
Antonyms: withhold, keep, hold back, retain
Example: The university conferred on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws.

10 Palpable (adjective)
so obvious that it can easily be seen or known, or (of a feeling) so strong that it seems as if it can be touched or hysically felt. (स्पर्शनीय)
Synonyms: perceptible, tangible, manifest, detectable
Antonyms: impalpable, ambiguous, inconspicuous, mysterious
Example: There was a palpable sense of relief among the crowd.

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