Venerate (आदर करना)

Pronunciation : वेनरेट

Hindi Meaning : आदर करना,  मानना, सम्मानित करना, पूजना

English Meaning : If you venerate someone or something you value them or feel great respect for them.

Example : 
1. Many people attend church services to venerate God.
2. In some cultures, it is mandatory that wives venerate their husbands and place them on pedestals.
3. We should venerate our parents and our elders.

Synonyms :  honor by, regard, feel, esteem, set by, respect, reckon, recognize, idolize, deify, reverence

Antonyms :  hate, abhor, denounce, scorn, dislike, disparage, despise

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Corroborate (परिपुष्ट करना)

Pronunciation : करौबरेट

Hindi Meaning : पुष्ट करना, समर्थन करना, संपुष्ट करना

English Meaning :1. To corroborate something that has been said or reported means to provide evidence or information that supports it
2. to strengthen or support with other evidence

Example :
1. I had access to a wide range of documents which corroborated the story.
2. If his words are not enough, the evidence will corroborate his claim.
3. I prayed my friend would corroborate the lie I told my parents.

Synonyms : stand for, affirm, confirm, authenticate, declare true, approve, prove, bear out

Antonyms : veto, deny, oppose, reject, refute, disallow, disclaim, refuse, contradict

Previous word of the week : Occlude

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Occlude (रोक देना)

Pronunciation : अकलूड

Hindi Meaning : रोक देना, रोकना

English Meaning :
1. stop, close up, or obstruct
2. come into contact with another tooth in the opposite jaw.

Example : 
1. It looks like the clouds are going to occlude the sun and ruin my picnic.
2. Although I do not want you inside of my office, I will not occlude your entry by locking the door while I am away.
3. During the surgery, the doctor will do everything possible to not occlude the flow of blood to the patient’s heart.

Synonyms :  stop, suspend, clamp, leave out, congest, impede, shut, enclose, clog, retain, keep back, resist

Antonyms :  unplug, permit, forward, release, assist, facilitate, encourage, allow

Previous word of the week : Exacerbate

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Exacerbate (ख़राब करना)

Pronunciation : एक्सासरबेट
Hindi Meaning : ख़राब करना, तेज करना, तीव्र करना, गहरा बनाना
English Meaning : If something exacerbates a problem or bad
situation, it makes it worse.

Example :
1. She chose to exacerbate the argument by throwing a shoe at his head.
2. My headache started to exacerbate when my neighbor plays his loud music.
3. If you do not tell the truth in court, you will only exacerbate the charges against you.

Synonyms : escalate, intensify, sharpen, quicken, impair, deform, whet, increase, worsen, inflame

Antonyms : calm, improve, pacify, placate, appease, delight, make happy, soothe, comfort

Previous word of the week : Assuage

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