1 Undergo (verb)
to experience something, especially a change or something unpleasant. (गुज़रना)
Synonyms: Experience, Sustain, Suffer, Encounter
Antonyms: Break Down, Succumb, Surrender, Yield
Example: He underwent a life-saving brain 4 operation.

2 Disseminate (verb)
to spread information, knowledge, etc. so that it reaches many people. (प्रसारित करना)
Synonyms: Spread, Promulgate, Propagate, Circulate
Antonyms: Hide, Conceal, Limit, Restrict
Example: They use the press to disseminate radical views.

3 Harmonize (verb)
to be suitable together, or to make different people, plans, situations, etc. suitable for each other. (अनुरूप करना)
Synonyms: Coordinate, Reconcile, Attune, Make Compatible
Antonyms: Disorder, Disorganize, Disrupt, Estrange
Example: The need to harmonize British practice with the new European standards.

4 Subsidiary (noun)
a business company that is owned or controlled by another larger company (सहायक)
Synonyms: Subdivision, Satellite, Affiliate, Branch
Antonyms: Parent Company, Holding Company
Example: The subsidiary companies will now have more autonomy.

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5 Erode (verb)
to gradually destroy something or make it weaker over a period of time; to be destroyed or made weaker in this way. (नष्ट करना)
Synonyms: Decrease, Diminish, Wane, Lessen
Antonyms: Increase, Amplify, Inflate, Supplement
Example: Mortgage payments have been eroded (= decreased in value) by inflation.

6 Facilitate (verb)
to make an action or a process possible or easier (सुगम बनाना)
Synonyms: Make Easier, Expedite, Ease, Promote
Antonyms: Inhibit, Cease, Impede, Halt
Example: The new ramp will facilitate the entry of wheelchairs.

7 Mitigate (verb)
to make something less harmful, serious, etc. (कम करना)
Synonyms: Relieve, Alleviate, Palliate, Ameliorate
Antonyms: Intensify, Sharpen, Aggravate, Exacerbate
Example: Governments should endeavour to mitigate distress caused by poverty.

8 Prevalent (adjective)
that exists or is very common at a particular time or in a particular place. (प्रचलित)
Synonyms: Common, Widespread, Ubiquitous, Pervasive
Antonyms: Unusual, Abnormal, Exceptional, Extraordinary
Example: Besides English, Spanish is most prevalent language in states.

9 Prosperous (adjective)
Bringing wealth and success. (संपन्न)
Synonyms: Successful, Thriving, Flourishing, Booming
Antonyms: Declining, Languishing, Failing, Floundering
Example: New York is a prosperous city.

10 Goodwill (noun)
friendly or helpful feelings towards other people or countries. (सद्भाव)
Synonyms: Friendliness, Cordialness, Benevolence, Kindliness
Antonyms: Antagonism, Antipathy, Enmity
Example: The Prime minister is on a goodwill visit to Japan.

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