1 Humanitarian (adjective)
concerned with or seeking to promote human welfare. (मानवतावादी)
Synonyms: altruistic, humane, philanthropic, compassionate, benignant
Antonyms: selfish, egocentric, inconsiderate, uncharitable
Example: Humanitarian aid is being sent to the refugees.

2 Multifaceted (adjective)
having many different aspects or features. (बहुमुखी)
Synonyms: complex, manifold, intricate, many-sided
Antonyms: simple, straightforward, uncomplicated, plain
Example: This is an introduction to a vast and multifaceted domain of inquiry.

3 Flagrant (Adjective)
(of a bad action, situation, person, etc.) shocking because of being so obvious. (खुला)
Synonyms: blatant, barefaced, glaring, patent
Antonyms: unobtrusive, covert, veiled, inconspicuous
Example: He committed a flagrant foul during an NBA match last night.

4 Attune (verb)
to (cause to) change to suit different conditions of life, weather, etc. (अनुकूल करना)
Synonyms: adjust, accustom, acclimatise, condition, tailor
Antonyms: neglect, refuse, reject
Example: He has attuned himself to his baby’s needs.

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5 Consensus (noun)
general agreement. (आम सहमति)
Synonyms: unanimity, concord, accord, unison, concert
Antonyms: disagreement, dispute, discord, altercation
Example: He was the first to break the consensus and criticize the proposal.

6 Outperform (verb)
to do well in a particular job or activity compared to others of a similar type. (मात करना)
Synonyms: outdo, surpass, outstrip, overtake
Antonyms: underperform, fall short of, fall behind, lose to
Example: The company has consistently outperformed its rivals this season.

7 Magnet (noun)
a person, place, or thing that other people feel strongly attracted to. (आकर्षण)
Synonyms: attraction, lure, inducement, pull, temptation
Antonyms: repulsion, nausea, revulsion, disgust
Example: The region has become a magnet for small businesses.

8 Equitable (adjective)
fair to all the people or organizations involved in a situation. (न्यायसंगत)
Synonyms: fair, just, non-discriminatory, fair and square
Antonyms: prejudicial, bigoted, partisan, slanted
Example: New legislation should ensure fair competition and equitable treatment for all the market players.

9 Contingent (adjective)
depending on something else in the future in order to happen. (आश्रित होना)
Synonyms: dependent, subject, reliant, liable, conditional
Antonyms: independent, unconnected, detached
Example: Our success is contingent on your support.

10 Explicitly (adverb)
in a clear and detailed manner, leaving no room for confusion or doubt. (स्पष्ट रूप से)
Synonyms: distinctly, precisely, unequivocally, unambiguously
Antonyms: implicitly, vaguely, tacitly, obliquely
Example: Everything in that book was explained explicitly so that the young children can easily understand it.

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