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आओ अंग्रेजी सीखे challenging words

Challenging Words in the Article 
1) *Demarcate*  (Verb) (हदबंदी करना) – de-mar-cate

Meaning – to mark the limits or boundaries of something

Synonyms -delimit, restrict, confine, bound

Antonyms – connect, join, unite

Example -The farmer was determined to demarcate his fields in an effort to keep out his neighbor’s cattle.
2) *Inundation* (Noun) (सैलाब) –   in-un-da-tion

Meaning – an overwhelming abundance of people or things.

Synonyms -deluge, overflow, avalanche, flood

Antonyms -desiccate, drought, outflow

Example -She is the type of teacher who likes to inundate students with projects and extra work.
2) *Precarious* (Adjective) (अनिश्चित) – pri-kair-ee-us

Meaning – unstable, dangerous or difficult

Synonyms -sensitive, risky, insecure

Antonyms -safe , stable, certain

Example -The economy is looking precarious as our currency becomes less valuable.
3) *Prevailed* (Verb) (प्रबल) – pre-veyld

Meaning -prove more powerful or superior , to beat in a difficult contest or battle

Synonyms – reign, abound

Antonyms – lose, surrender

Example -Truth and justice usually prevail at the end of all superhero movies.
4) *Overhaul* (Verb) ( निरीक्षण करना,पूरी जाँच करके मरम्मत करना  ) – o-ver-haul

Meaning -to assess and replace with something better or newer

Synonyms – reign, abound

Antonyms – lose, surrender

Example -After more than half of her class failed their exam, the teacher reevaluated her teaching methods and started a complete overhaul of every worksheet and assignment.
5) *Caveat* ( Noun) (चेतावनी) –  ca-ve-at

Meaning -a warning of the limits of a particular agreement or statement

Synonyms -caution, monition

Example -The caveat of the contract includes a penalty fee if the loan is not repaid on time.
6) *Resurgence* (Noun)(पुनरुत्थान) -re-sur-gence

Meaning -an increase or revival after a period of little activity, popularity, or occurrence

Synonyms – recovery, rebirth

Antonyms – failure

Example -Within the past decade, aresurgence of terrorism seems to plague the world due to ISIS.
7) *Instinctively* (Adverb) (सहज) –  in-stinc-tive-ly

Meaning -unlearned and done without thought or reasoning

Synonyms -naturally, intuitively

Example -Breathing is instinctive because nobody has to teach you how to do it.
8) *Tinkering* (Verb) (फेरबदल) –  tink-er-ing

Meaning -attempting to fix something without the required knowledge or skill

Synonyms -niggle, putter

Antonyms – break, destroy

Example -Tinkering with your computer is more likely to harm it than fix it if you don’t know what you’re doing.
9) *Deftly* (Adverb) (चतुराई) – deft-ly

Meaning -in a way that is neatly skilful and quick in movement

Synonyms -cautiously, elegantly

Antonyms – strongly, uncarefully

Example -The musician was able to play the harmonica and the piano at the same time deftly.
10) *Unbridled* (Adjective) (निरंकुश) – un-brahyd-ld

Meaning – not restrained

Synonyms -uncontrolled, crazy

Antonyms – unconstrained

Example -Unbridled ambition led the man to success since there was no one to hold him back from his dreams.

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