Haggle (मोल भाव करना)

Pronunciation: हैगल
Hindi Meaning:  मोल भाव करना, सौदेबाज़ी करना, झंझट करना, बखेङा करना
१.वह कुछ भी खरीदते समय बहुत मोल भाव करती है।
२. उसने मुझे समझाया कि फर्नीचर डीलर से कैसे मोल भाव करना चाहिये।

English Meaning: If you haggle, you argue about something before reaching an agreement,
especially about the cost of something that you are buying.

Example: I taught her how to haggle with used furniture dealers.

Synonyms: bargain, squabble, argue, dispute, quibble,

Antonyms: concur, agree, assent, accede

Previous words of the week: Vegetate

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Vegetate (निरर्थक जीवन बिताना)

Pronunciation: वेजीटेट

Hindi Meaning: निरर्थक जीवन बिताना, उगना

Example: उसने अपना जीवन निरर्थक बिता दिया।

English Meaning: If someone vegetates, they spend their time doing boring or worthless things.

1. He spends all his free time at home vegetating in front of the TV.

Synonyms: pass-time, loaf, idle

Antonyms: activate, improve, grow, develop, carry out

Previous words of the week: Contrive
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Contrive (उपाय निकालना)

Pronunciation : कॉन्ट्राइव
Hindi Meaning : इजाद करना, उपाय निकालना ,आविष्कार करना, योजना करना
Example : अपराधियों ने जेल से बाहर निकलने का उपाय सोचा।
English Meaning : If you contrive an event or situation, you succeed in making it happen, often by tricking someone.

Example :
1. The criminal contrived a plan to escape from jail.
2. He could not contrive an explanation for his misbehaviour.

Synonyms :contrive, invent, discover, think up, make it up

Antonyms : destroy, neglect, stop, ruin, dissuade, demolish, waste

Previous words of the week: Enrapture

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Enrapture (प्रफुल्लित करना)

Pronunciation: एंरेप्चर
Hindi Meaning: प्रफुल्लित करना, आनन्दित करना, निहाल करना
1.पचमढी के द्रश्य ने हम सभी का मन प्रफुल्लित कर दिया।
English Meaning: If something or someone enraptures
 you, you think they are wonderful or fascinating.
 1.The place at once enraptured me.
2.She was enraptured by the sleeping child.

Synonyms: over joy, delight, make happy, Enamour, enchant, attract, charm

Antonyms: bore, repel, annoy, pain, displease, disenchant, upset

Previous words of the week:  Eavesdrop
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