1 Advocate (verb)
To support something publicly. (समर्थन करना)
Synonyms: support, champion, uphold, endorse, espouse
Antonyms: oppose, contradict, counter
Example: The group does not advocate the use of violence.

2 Jettison (verb)
To reject an idea, a belief, a plan, etc. that you no longer think is useful or likely to be successful. (नहीं लेना)
Synonyms: get rid of, abandon, discard, ditch, throw away
Antonyms: keep, continue, retain, hold on to
Example: The scheme was jettisoned.

3 Brush aside (verb)
To ignore somebody/something; to treat somebody/something as unimportant. (उपेक्षा करना)
Synonyms: ignore, dismiss, disregard, shrug off
Antonyms: regard, attend, heed, acknowledge, dote on, mark
Example: He brushed aside my fears.

4 Gestation (noun)
The development of something over a period of time. (क्रम विकास)
Synonyms: development, coming into being, evolution, emergence
Example: Ten years is a lifetime for a project gestation.

5 Single out (verb)
To choose somebody/something from a group for special attention. (चुनना)
Synonyms: select, pick out, fix on, choose, decide on
Antonyms: reject, refuse, repudiate, decline
Example: He was singled out as the outstanding performer of the games.

6 Grossly (adverb)
(used to describe unpleasant qualities) extremely. (स्थूल ढ़ंग से)
Synonyms: wholly, totally, completely, excessively
Antonyms: slightly, partly, lightly, hardly
Example: The economic benefits have been grossly exaggerated.

7 Compliant (adjective)
Extremely In agreement with a set of rules. (अनुरूप)
Synonyms: conforming, in compliance, in accordance with, pursuant
Antonyms: non-compliant, violating, disobeying
Example: The fuel is kept in specially designed containers compliant with international standards.

8 Deficit (noun)
shortage. (कमी)
Synonyms: shortfall, scarcity, dearth, paucity
Antonyms: surplus, excess, abundance, surfeit
Example: Many countries have a big deficit in food supply.

9 Salience (Noun)
The quality of being particularly noticeable or important (प्रमुखता)
Synonyms: Prominence, eminence, distinction, primac
Antonyms: Insignificance, futility, inexactness
Example: The political salience of religion has a considerable impact.

10 Envisage (verb)
contemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event. (कल्पना करना)
Synonyms: foresee, predict, forecast, envision, contemplate, visualize
Antonyms: disregard, ignore, overlook
Example: Nobody can envisage the consequences of total nuclear war.

Daily Vocabulary 22 February Daily Vocabulary 22 February