1 Dodge (verb)
to avoid something, especially illegally. (बचना)
Synonyms: circumvent, funk
Antonyms: face, encounter
Example: He tried avoid, evade, shun, confront, tackle, to dodge paying her taxes.

2 Compliant (adjective)
used to describe something that obeys a particular rule or law. (अनुरूप)
Synonyms: obedient, acquiescent, conforming, complying
Antonyms: nonconforming, defiant, uncooperative, recalcitrant
Example: The stocks will be reviewed every month to ensure that they are compliant with law.

3 Jolt (verb)
to shock someone in order to change their behavior or way of thinking. (झटका देना)
Synonyms: shock, startle, stun, stagger
Antonyms: soothe, comfort, placate, solace
Example: The news about Sam’s illness jolted her into action.

4 Oblige (verb)
do as (someone) asks or desires in order to help or please them. (अनुकूल बनाना)
Synonyms: accommodate, indulge, gratify, humour
Antonyms: disappoint, discommode, thwart, dissatisfy
Example: Will you oblige me with your name and address?

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5 Tangible (adjective)
real and not imaginary; able to be shown, touched, or experienced. (वास्तविक)
Synonyms: real, palpable, corporeal, tactile
Antonyms: abstract, nonconcrete, immaterial, insubstantial
Example: We need tangible evidence if we’re going to take legal action.

6 Fleece (verb)
to take someone’s money dishonestly, by charging too much money or by cheating them. (ठगना)
Synonyms: cheat, swindle, con, defraud
Antonyms: donate, help, aid, support
Example: Some local shops have been fleecing tourists.

7 Exorbitant (adjective)
(of a rice or amount charged) unreasonably high. (अत्यधिक)
Synonyms: excessive, extortionate, prohibitive, overpriced
Antonyms: reasonable, inexpensive, affordable, moderate
Example: The bill for dinner was exorbitant.

8 Distinguish (verb)
to notice or understand the difference between two things, or to make one person or thing seem different from another. (प्रभेद करना)
Synonyms: differentiate, discriminate, discern, separate
Antonyms: confuse, mix, confound, mistake
Example: We can distinguish between gold and silver.

9 Overwhelm (VERB)
defeat completely. (पराजित करना)
Synonyms: beat, trounce, vanquish, annihilate
Antonyms: Capitulate, yield, surrender, cede
Example: Napoleon’s army was strong enough to overwhelm nearly any potential enemy.

10 Intent (noun)
the fact that you want and plan to do something. (इरादा)
Synonyms: intention, objective, purpose, aim
Antonyms: accident, coincident
Example: I spent half the morning on the phone, which wasn’t really my intent.

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