1 Competence (noun)
Meaning-
The ability to do something well. (क्षमता)
Synonyms: Capability, Proficiency, Ability, Skill
Antonyms- Uselessness, Inability, Incompetence, Incapability
Example- Fired for his lack of competence, the former CEO just wasn’t capable of running the company successfully.

2 Supplicate (verb)
Meaning-
Ask or beg for something earnestly or humbly. (बिनती करना)
Synonyms- Plead with, Entreat, Call on, Urge
Antonyms- Comfort, Satisfy
Example- Ask or beg for something earnestly or humbly.

3 Delineation (noun)
Meaning-
The action of describing or portraying something precisely. (चित्रण)
Synonyms- Portrayal, Depiction, Picture, Outline, Representation
Example- Our cover list is not a perfect delineation of popularity.

4 Overwhelmingly (adv.)
Meaning-
To a very great degree or with a great majority. (अत्यधिक रूप से)
Synonyms- Extremely, Vigorously, Intensely
Antonyms- Insignificantly, Slightly
Example- Versions of the bill had already overwhelmingly passed both houses of Congress.

5 Pertain (verb)
Meaning-
Be appropriate, related, or applicable to. (सम्बन्ध रखना)
Synonyms: Concern, Related to, Be connected with
Antonyms- Disconnect, Part
Example- Matters pertaining to the organization of government.

6 Encroachment (noun)
Meaning-
The act of slowly affecting or using up too much of somebody’s time, rights, personal life, etc. (दख़लंदाज़ी)
Synonyms: Intrusion, Invasion, Obtrusion into
Example- There were minor encroachments on our individual liberties.

7 Ramification (noun)
Meaning-
A complex or unwelcome consequence of an action or event. (जटिलता)
Synonyms: Aftermath, Consequence, Outcome, Effect
Antonyms- Cause, Source
Example- The outcome will have widespread ramifications for business as well as for the rest of society.

8 Wilful (adj.)
Meaning-
(of a bad or harmful act) intentional. (दुराग्रही)
Synonyms: Deliberate, Intended, Purposeful
Antonyms- Unintentional, Inadvertent, Accidental
Example- The report concluded that her death was a result of wilful neglect.

9 Undermine (verb)
Meaning-
To make something, especially somebody’s confidence or authority, gradually, weaker or less effective. (कमजोर करदेना)
Synonyms: Subvert, Weaken, Impede, Enfeeble
Antonyms- Encourage, Strengthen, Invigorate
Example- This could undermine years of hard work.

10 Foster (verb)
Meaning-
Encourage the development of (something, specially something desirable). (प्रोत्साहन देना)
Synonyms: Encourage, Stimulate, Cultivate, Strengthen
Antonyms- Hinder, Ignore, Suppress
Example- The teacher’s task is to foster learning.

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