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SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam Previous Paper 2013 - English Philosophy
SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam Previous Paper 2013 – English Philosophy

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One word Substitutions is an important part of SSC CGL competition Exam. This type of questions validates your intellectual mindset and the knowledge of vocabulary. In One word Substitutions you will get a line of explanation about something, with some options. You need to find out the correct meaning of the question among all four options. These set of One word Substitutions are from SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013 previous year exam. Similarly there are four other section in SSC CGL exams, you can find Free mock test for them below.

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SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013 - One word Substitutions

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Words inscribed on a tomb (समाधि-लेख)

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A political leader appealing to popular desires and prejudices- (जन समुदाय का नेता)

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A study of sounds is known as (स्वर विज्ञान)

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A general pardon granted by the Government to political offenders-(सार्वजनिक क्षमादान)

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The political leader has an evil reputation. He is not trusted.-(कुख्यात)

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The production of raw silk -(रेशम उत्पादन)

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Science regarding principles of classification.-(वर्गीकरण-विज्ञान)

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Smugly self-satisfied-(आत्म संतुष्ट)

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Operation of the body after death-(शव परिक्षण)

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Prohibited by law or treaty from being imported or exported- (वर्जित व्यापार)

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One who hates women-(नारी-द्वेषी)

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The act of producing beautiful handwriting using a brush or a special pen-(सुलेखन)

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A group of three powerful people-(तीन प्रभावशाली व्यक्तियों का समूह)

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An extract from a book of writing -(किसी पुस्तक से लिया गया अंश, खंड)

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Can be read clearly-(पढ़ने में आसान)

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A person who does not think or behave like everyone else, but has independent, unusual opinions (औरों के समान न होकर, स्वतंत्र और अपने ढंग से सोचने वाला व्यक्ति)

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A person of obscure position who has gained wealth -(कल का नवाब)

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A person who readily believes others-( भोला-भाला जो आसानी से भरोसा कर ले)

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A person who consumes human flesh-(नरभक्षी)

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Incapable of making errors-( कभी गलती न करने वाला)

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A person who supports or speaks in favour of something -(अधिवक्ता)

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A person who helps even a stranger in difficulty.-(मुसीबत में मदद करने वाला)

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Not allowing the passage of light-(अपारदर्शी)

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Person who directs preparation of a newspaper-(संपादक)

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school boy who cuts classes frequently is a-(स्कूल से भागने वाला बच्चा)

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A list of dishes-(भोजन सूची)

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A person in a vehicle or on horseback escort ing another vehicle-(संरक्षक सह चालक)

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Stealing of ideas or writings of someone else-(साहित्यिक चोरी)

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A word that reads the same backwards as for wards -(शब्द या शब्द समूह जो उल्टा तथा सीधा समान ही जाता है)

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Intentional destruction of racial groups-(जातिसंहार)

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Governed by a sense of duty -(कर्तव्यनिष्ठ)

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Child of unusual or remarkable talent -(विलक्षण प्रतिभा सम्पन्न व्यक्ति)

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Enclosed in a small closed space- (बंद स्थान पर सीमित होने का भय)

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A principle or standard by which anything is or can be judged-(मापदंड)

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The act of killing one's own father-(पितृहत्या)

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An apartment building in which each apart ment is owned separately by the people liv ing in it, but also containing shared areas- (सहस्वामित्व इमारत जहाँ कुछ सार्वजनिक जगह भी हो)

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A person who makes a scientific study of birds-(पक्षीविज्ञानी)

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Politicians are notorious for doing undue of favour to their relatives.- (भाई-भतीजावाद)

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The conference takes place once in three years.-(त्रैवार्षिक)

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One who believes in fate-(भाग्यवादी)

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An animal living on fish - (मत्स्यभक्षी)

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An excessively morbid desire to steal-( चोरी करते रहने की बीमारी)

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The firing of many guns at the same time to mark an occasion-(तोपों की सलामी, जयजयकार)

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A person who is greatly respected because of wisdom (पूजनीय, आदरणीय)

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place where birds are kept -(पक्षीशाला)

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Having to do with artistic beauty-(सौन्दर्य परक)

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One who is unaffected or indifferent to joy, pain, pleasure or grief-(सुख दुःख में एक जैसा रहने वाला, उदासीन)

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Detailed plan of a journey (यात्रा-कार्यक्रम)

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One who cannot be corrected- (जिसे सुधारा न जा सके)

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A word composed of the first letters of the words in a phrase - (किसी शब्द समूह के पहले अक्षरों से बना छोटा शब्द)

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That which is no longer fashionable or in use.-(अप्रचलित)

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To reduce of nothing-(निरर्थक, शुन्य)

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Murder of a king-(राजहत्या)

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That which has a double meaning -(अनेकार्थक)

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Government runs its administration through departments staffed by civil servant-(नौकरशाही)

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A person who lives by himself-(एकांतवासी, वैरागी)

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The depository where state records and documents are preserved (ऐतिहासिक लेखागार)

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One who looks at the bright side of things -(आशावादी)

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An obviously true or hackneyed statement - (स्वयंसिद्ध सत्य)

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A person who is self centred-(अहमवादी)

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Meaningless language with an exaggerated style intended to impress- (शब्दाडम्बर, व्याख्यान विद्या)

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A person especially interested in the study of coins and medals

Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
A political leader appealing to popular desires and prejudices- (जन समुदाय का नेता)DictatorTyrant -(तानाशाह)PopularistDemagogue
Science regarding principles of classification.-(वर्गीकरण-विज्ञान)Taxidermy-(चर्मप्रसाधन(Craft))TaxonomyToxicology-(विष-विज्ञान)Classicology
Not allowing the passage of light-(अपारदर्शी)ObliqueOpaqueOptique- (अनुकूलन, दृष्टिकोण)Opulent-(शानदार, भव्य)
Operation of the body after death-(शव परिक्षण)Post-mortemObituary-(शोक समाचार)Homage-(श्रंद्धाजलि)Mortuary-(मुर्दाघर)
A group of three powerful people-(तीन प्रभावशाली व्यक्तियों का समूह)Trio-(गाने बजाने वालों की तिकड़ी)TritiumTrivet- (लोहे की तिपाई)Triumvirate
An apartment building in which each apart ment is owned separately by the people liv ing in it, but also containing shared areas- (सहस्वामित्व इमारत जहाँ कुछ सार्वजनिक जगह भी हो)CondominiumMultiplexDuplexCaravan
A person who consumes human flesh-(नरभक्षी)Carnivore-(मांसभक्षी पशु)CannibalSavage-(हिंसक, बर्बर, खूँखार)Captor-(बंदी बनाने वाला)
school boy who cuts classes frequently is a-(स्कूल से भागने वाला बच्चा)Martinet-( कठोर अनुशासक)Defeatist-(पराजयवादी)Sycophant-(चापलूस)Truant
One who hates women-(नारी-द्वेषी)Misanthropе-(मानवद्वेषी)MisogynistMisogamist-(शादी से नफरत करने वाला)Ambivert-(अन्तर्मुखी व बहिर्मुखी दोनों बराबर प्रतिभा वाला)
Stealing of ideas or writings of someone else-(साहित्यिक चोरी)PlagiarismAltruism-(परोपकारीता)Scepticism (संशयवाद, संदेहवाद)Mesmerism-(वशीकरण, सम्मोहन विद्या)
Detailed plan of a journey (यात्रा-कार्यक्रम)ItineraryTravelogue-(यात्रा से संबंधित किताब, सफरनामा)Travel kitSchedule
A general pardon granted by the Government to political offenders-(सार्वजनिक क्षमादान)AmnestyPardonExcuseHonesty
One who cannot be corrected- (जिसे सुधारा न जा सके)Invulnerable-(अखण्डनीय, अभेद्य)Incurable-(लाइलाज)IncorrigibleHardened-(कठोर बनाना)
The political leader has an evil reputation. He is not trusted.-(कुख्यात)is magnanimous- (महानुभाव, दयालु)is dubious-(शंकालु)is notoriousis malicious-(दुष्ट)
Meaningless language with an exaggerated style intended to impress- (शब्दाडम्बर, व्याख्यान विद्या)Verbalization-(शाब्दिक अभिव्यक्ति)RhetoricOratory-(प्रभावशाली भाषण की कला)Public speaking
A person who readily believes others-( भोला-भाला जो आसानी से भरोसा कर ले)SensitiveSensibleCredibleCredulous
A person who helps even a stranger in difficulty.-(मुसीबत में मदद करने वाला)philanthropist-(परोपकारी, दानी)beneficiary-(लाभार्थी)samaritanaltruist -(परोपकारी)
Politicians are notorious for doing undue of favour to their relatives.- (भाई-भतीजावाद)dualism-(द्वेतवाद)polarism-(ध्रुवीकरण)pluralism-(अनेकवाद)nepotism
The production of raw silk -(रेशम उत्पादन)sariculturesyrumculturesericultureseroculture-A bacterial culture on blood serum
A person especially interested in the study of coins and medalsMedallistNumismatistCoinistNumerist-(अंकशास्री)
A person in a vehicle or on horseback escort ing another vehicle-(संरक्षक सह चालक)Navigator-(दिशा दिखाने वाला)Escort-(अनुरक्षक)OutriderSecurity
Intentional destruction of racial groups-(जातिसंहार)RegicideGenocideHomicide-(मानव हत्या)Fratricide-(भाई की हत्या)
Prohibited by law or treaty from being imported or exported- (वर्जित व्यापार)ContrabandSmuggledCounterfeitForged
An excessively morbid desire to steal-( चोरी करते रहने की बीमारी)StealomaniaKleptomaniaCleftomaniaKeptomania
A person who is greatly respected because of wisdom (पूजनीय, आदरणीय)Veracious (ईमानदार, सत्यवादी)Vulnerable-(fezidefter)VenerableVerger(गिरजाघर कर्मचारी)
One who is unaffected or indifferent to joy, pain, pleasure or grief-(सुख दुःख में एक जैसा रहने वाला, उदासीन)Tolerant-(सहनशील)Resigned-(अप्रिय स्थिति को स्वीकार करने या सहने को तैयार)PassiveStoic
Enclosed in a small closed space- (बंद स्थान पर सीमित होने का भय)Closophobia-(यौन भीति)Clusterophobia (झुण्ड से डर)ClaustrophobiaLiftophobia-(जिम में वजन उठाने से डर)
Murder of a king-(राजहत्या)Homicide-(मानव हत्या)Fratricide-(भ्रातृहत्या)RegicideParricide- (माता या पिता की हत्या)
That which is no longer fashionable or in use.-(अप्रचलित)UnusedAncientObsoleteOld
The depository where state records and documents are preserved (ऐतिहासिक लेखागार)MuseumLibraryEmporium-(बड़ी दुकान)Archive
Governed by a sense of duty -(कर्तव्यनिष्ठ)ConsciousSensibleIntelligentConscientious
Incapable of making errors-( कभी गलती न करने वाला)InfallibleIncorrigible -(व्यक्ति या उसका आचरण जिसे सुधारा न जा सके)Impervious- (अप्रवेश्य, अप्रभावनीय)Inexplicable-(व्याख्या न करने योग्य)
That which has a double meaning -(अनेकार्थक)Doubtless-(निस्संदेह)Uncertain(अनिश्चित)Controversial-(विवादग्रस्त)Ambiguous
place where birds are kept -(पक्षीशाला)AviaryHouseAquariumApiary
A study of sounds is known as (स्वर विज्ञान)Semantics-(अर्थ विज्ञान)Stylistics-(शैली विज्ञान)Linguistics-( भाषा विज्ञान)Phonetics
A person of obscure position who has gained wealth -(कल का नवाब)Extravagant-(खर्चीला)Promiscuous (कामुक या व्यभिचारी व्यक्ति)ParvenuSumptuary -(व्यय संबंधी, आलीशान संबंधी)
A word composed of the first letters of the words in a phrase – (किसी शब्द समूह के पहले अक्षरों से बना छोटा शब्द)AcronymAbridgement – (संक्षिप्तिकरण)Almanac-(पंचांग, जंत्री)Anachronism-(कालदोषयुक्त प्रसंग)
The act of producing beautiful handwriting using a brush or a special pen-(सुलेखन)Hieroglyphics- (प्राचीन मिश्र में चित्रलिपि)CalligraphyStencilling-(स्टेंसिल से बना डिजाईन या पैटर्न)Graphics
Words inscribed on a tomb (समाधि-लेख)Epilogue-(परिशिष्ट भाग)EpitaphEpitome (सार संग्रह, आदर्श उदाहरण)Epistle-(काल पत्र, लम्बा चौड़ा पत्र)
An obviously true or hackneyed statement – (स्वयंसिद्ध सत्य)TruismSyllogism (अनुमान या न्यायवाक्य)Iconic-(प्रतिष्ठित)Imagism-(कल्पना)
To reduce of nothing-(निरर्थक, शुन्य)Cull-(छँटाई करना, न्यूनीकरण करने के लिए मारना)Lull-(किसी को सुरक्षित महसूस करना, शांत करना)NullAnnul ( रद्द करना, निरस्त करना)
The conference takes place once in three years.-(त्रैवार्षिक)biennial-(द्विवार्षिक)thriennialtetraennial-(चर्तुवर्षिय)triennial
An animal living on fish – (मत्स्यभक्षी)Carnivore-(मासभक्षी)Herbivore-(घासभक्षी या शाकाहारी)PiscivoreParasite-(परजीवी)
A person who lives by himself-(एकांतवासी, वैरागी)BachelorRecluseSpinsterPriest-(पादरी)
Having to do with artistic beauty-(सौन्दर्य परक)AestheticExcellenceArtfulCreative
A person who makes a scientific study of birds-(पक्षीविज्ञानी)OrnithologistOrthodontist – (दंत संशोधक)Anaesthetist-(चेतनाशून्य करने वाला)Astrophysicist-(तारा-भौतिकविद्)
Smugly self-satisfied-(आत्म संतुष्ट)Responsive-(उत्तरदायी)ComplacentJovial-(आनन्दित)Witty-(मजेदार)
One who believes in fate-(भाग्यवादी)BelieverFatalistAgnostic-(अनीश्वरवादी)Sceptic-(सच्चाई में संदेह करने वाला)
A list of dishes-(भोजन सूची)Cuisine – (भोजन बनाने की शैली)DessertBuffetMenu
One who looks at the bright side of things -(आशावादी)PessimistPacifistOptimistHumanist
The firing of many guns at the same time to mark an occasion-(तोपों की सलामी, जयजयकार)SalvoAttackVolley-(पत्थरों या गोलियों की बौछार)Fusillade-(बारुद की बौछार)
A word that reads the same backwards as for wards -(शब्द या शब्द समूह जो उल्टा तथा सीधा समान ही जाता है)Homophone-(उच्चारण में समान परंतु वर्तनी और अर्थ में भिन्न)Acronym (लघु रूप)PalindromeAcrostic-(अक्षरबद्ध)
A person who supports or speaks in favour of something -(अधिवक्ता)AssistanceAdviserVolunteerAdvocate
An extract from a book of writing -(किसी पुस्तक से लिया गया अंश, खंड)ReviewFootnotePrefaceExcerpt
A principle or standard by which anything is or can be judged-(मापदंड)CopyrightEpitome-(सारसंग्रह)CriterionManifesto (घोषणा-पत्र)
A person who is self centred-(अहमवादी)Masochist-(स्वपीड़ा सुखभोगी)Narcissist-(आत्मकामी,स्वयं से प्रेम करने वाला)Eccentric-(सनकी)Egoist
Child of unusual or remarkable talent -(विलक्षण प्रतिभा सम्पन्न व्यक्ति)ProdigyGeniusGeek- (मूर्ख, अव्यवस्थित, केवल विज्ञान या कम्प्यूटर में दिलचस्पी रखने वाला)Intellectual – (बुद्धिजीवी)
A person who does not think or behave like everyone else, but has independent, unusual opinions (औरों के समान न होकर, स्वतंत्र और अपने ढंग से सोचने वाला व्यक्ति)Hermit – (एकांतवासी, संत)Individual -(व्यक्तिगत)MaverickMatriarch -(कुलमाता)
Person who directs preparation of a newspaper-(संपादक)InstructorAuditorEditorAuthor
Government runs its administration through departments staffed by civil servant-(नौकरशाही)BureaucracyDemocracyAristocracy-(कुलीन-तंत्र)Oligarchy-(कुछ ही लोगों का शासन)
The act of killing one’s own father-(पितृहत्या)ParricidePatricideFratricideParasite
Can be read clearly-(पढ़ने में आसान)Eligible-(उपयुक्त)Intangible-(जिसे समझा व मापना कठिन हो)Illegible-(अपठनीय)Legible
Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013 – English Philosophy

Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013| MCQ | Free SSC CGL mock test

Idioms & Phrases is a major part of SSC CGL competition Exam. Idiom are the popular statement or line which is used to distinguish or classify someone or something, whereas Phrases are the group of words asking for some meaning or directions. This type of questions validates your intellectual mindset and the knowledge of vocabulary. You need to find out the correct meaning of the question among all four options. These set of Idioms & Phrases are from SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013 previous exam. Similarly there are three other section in SSC CGL exams, you can find Free mock test for them below.

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Let sleeping dogs lie. -(गड़े मुर्दे न निकालना)

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She must be paying through the nose for the face left.-(जरूरत से ज्यादा खर्च करना )

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I will carry out your orders to the letter.-(सख्ती से लेना)

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I felt like a fish out of water among the lawyers. ( असहज महसूस करना)

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He gives himself the airs of a rich man.-(ढोंग रचना, दिखावा करना)

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The minute she arrived at the office, she was given the pink slip.-(पद से बर्खास्ती का आदेश )

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We got into hot water just because the accountant divulged our secrets.-(मुसीबत में पड़ जाना)

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He is putting the cart before the horse by purchasing furniture before buying a house.-(गलत तरीके से काम करना)

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To play second fiddle (द्वितीय व कम महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाना)

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John is highly qualified for the job but his indecisiveness will be his Achilles' heel,-(एक कमजोर पक्ष)

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The construction remains unfinished and the workers have let the grass grow under their feet.(निरर्थक देरी करते रहना)

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To be fair and square -(ईमानदार)

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He is leaving the USA for good. (हमेशा के लिए)

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After his business failed, he had to work very hard to keep the wolf from the door.-(भूखमरी व दरिद्रता को दूर रखना)

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He is known for blowing his own trumpet.-(खुद की ही तारीफ करना )

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Many politicians in India are not fit to hold a candle to Mahatma Gandhi.-(के समान होना)

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The mention of her former husband's name still makes Rita foam at the mouth.-(नाराज होना)

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He is on the wrong side of seventy.

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Why are you jumping down my throat? I wasn't even in the house when it happened. -(गुस्से या गालियों में बात करना)

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The police smelt the rat behind the death of the girl. ( दाल में कुछ काला नजर आना )

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He took a leap in the dark with his latest investment in stocks. (जोखिम उठाना )

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The newly elected Chief Minister has promised to bring about changes in the state.-(वादा पूरा करना)

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He cut the Gordian knot by practicing what he preached. (मुश्किल समस्या को आसानी से हल करना )

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Hard work pays in the long run.-(लम्बे समय तक)

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Casting pearls before swine-(भैंस के आगे बीन बजाना)

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To have an axe to grind-( अपना स्वार्थ सिद्ध करना)

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To get admission in present day educational institutions, all children should be born with a silver spoon in the mouth.- ( धनी परिवार में जन्म

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The representatives of the two states tried to enforce a treaty which was a dead letter. -(निष्प्रभावी होना)

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Mary broke a dining-room window and had to face the music when her father at home.-(परिणाम भुगतना)

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The Cauvery water issue led to apple of dis cord between the two Governments.-(झगड़े की जड़)

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To drive home -( किसी बात पर जोर डालना)

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On hearing the news of the kidnapping, she became afraid of her own shadow. -(निराश व डरावना महसूस करना)

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To cry wolf-(झूठा हौवा बनाना)

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The proposals were hanging like Damocles' Sword over our heads. ( सिर पर मंडराता हुआ खतरा )

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Communicative English is the Achilles' heel for the job aspirants.-(एक कमजोर पक्ष)

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The be above board-(सच्चा व ईमानदार होना)

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What egged you on to become a social worker? -( कुछ काम करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करना)

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just needs forty winks in order to be able to work all night. -(झपकी लेना)

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A man of straw means -( महत्वहीन व्यक्ति)

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Acquiring a job is a cake walk for a student who has good academic performance coupled with good attitude.-(एक आसान

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Villagers always call a spade a spade.- (सीधी बात बोलना)

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.Children complain about their parents' gifts. They should learn not to look a gift horse in the mouth.( दिये गये उपहार में भी गलतियाँ निकालना)

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I am out of my waits and therefore cannot find a way tuolue the problem immediately-(उलझन में होना)

Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
On hearing the news of the kidnapping, she became afraid of her own shadow. -(निराश व डरावना महसूस करना)cold and distantafraid of her own safetyvery nervous and easily frightenedafraid of being alone
The representatives of the two states tried to enforce a treaty which was a dead letter. -(निष्प्रभावी होना)not well-though outno longer in forceno longer relevantnot in keeping with the changing times
.Children complain about their parents’ gifts. They should learn not to look a gift horse in the mouth.( दिये गये उपहार में भी गलतियाँ निकालना)not to look at a horse’s mouthnot to find fault with the gifts receivednot to ask for more giftsnot to find goodness in the gifts
A man of straw means -( महत्वहीन व्यक्ति)A worthy fellowAn unreasonable personA man of no substanceA very active person
To get admission in present day educational institutions, all children should be born with a silver spoon in the mouth.- ( धनी परिवार में जन्मbe born to silver upon manufactureralways hold a silver spoonbe born with silver spoonbe born in a rich family
Let sleeping dogs lie. -(गड़े मुर्दे न निकालना)Do not bring up an old controversial issueDogs can raise tempersDo not allow dogs to standPrevent dog mobility
Acquiring a job is a cake walk for a student who has good academic performance coupled with good attitude.-(एक आसानwalk away with a cakea difficult achievementa walkway made with cakesan easy achievement
Why are you jumping down my throat? I wasn’t even in the house when it happened. -(गुस्से या गालियों में बात करना)forcing me to eatrunning awaymaking a jokescolding me
Mary broke a dining-room window and had to face the music when her father at home.-(परिणाम भुगतना)listen to musicaccept the punishmentJisten carefullyask a lot of questions
To play second fiddle (द्वितीय व कम महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निभाना)To do back seat drivingTo be happy, cheerful and healthyTo reduce the importance of one’s seniorTo take a subordinate role
Villagers always call a spade a spade.- (सीधी बात बोलना)to speak ill about someoneto speak about someoneto speak in a straightforward mannerto call someone aspade
I am out of my waits and therefore cannot find a way tuolue the problem immediately-(उलझन में होना)totally ignorantnot intelligent enoughgreatly confusedhelpless without power
After his business failed, he had to work very hard to keep the wolf from the door.-(भूखमरी व दरिद्रता को दूर रखना)earn an honest livingregain his lost positiondefend from enemieskeep away extreme poverty
The police smelt the rat behind the death of the girl. ( दाल में कुछ काला नजर आना )got very much confusedidentified the cause of deathsuspected that something is fishyjumped to the Conclusion
The construction remains unfinished and the workers have let the grass grow under their feet.(निरर्थक देरी करते रहना)grown grass all over the lawngone on a luxury tourdelayed doing the workdemanded more benefits
The Cauvery water issue led to apple of dis cord between the two Governments.-(झगड़े की जड़)cause of angercause of hatredcause of quarrelcause of animosity
I felt like a fish out of water among the lawyers. ( असहज महसूस करना)specialhappyuncomfortableproud
Hard work pays in the long run.-(लम्बे समय तक)alwaysover a period of timeindefinitelynever
To have an axe to grind-( अपना स्वार्थ सिद्ध करना)a private end to serveto fail to arouse interestto have no resultto work for both sides
He is on the wrong side of seventy.more than seventy years oldless than seventy years oldseventy years oldeighty years old
To cry wolf-(झूठा हौवा बनाना)To listen eagerlyTo give false alarmTo turn paleTo keep off starvation
The be above board-(सच्चा व ईमानदार होना)To have a good heightTo he honest in any business dealHaving no debtsTo try to be beautiful
To drive home -( किसी बात पर जोर डालना)To find one’s rootTo return to place of restBack to original positionTo emphasise
The minute she arrived at the office, she was given the pink slip.-(पद से बर्खास्ती का आदेश )a raisea promotiona letter to inform that she had lost her joba letter to inform that she’d been transferred
just needs forty winks in order to be able to work all night. -(झपकी लेना)someone’s helpto take a strolla short napa little cooperation
To be fair and square -(ईमानदार)worthyhonestsuccessfulobedient
He cut the Gordian knot by practicing what he preached. (मुश्किल समस्या को आसानी से हल करना )removed the difficultyadd to the difficultylessened the difficultylet the difficulty remain as it was
He is known for blowing his own trumpet.-(खुद की ही तारीफ करना )clamouring-(जोरदार मांग करना)boastingclattering-(खड़खड़ाहट)shouting
Communicative English is the Achilles’ heel for the job aspirants.-(एक कमजोर पक्ष)what they cherish mosttop priorityweak spotsource of strength
He is leaving the USA for good. (हमेशा के लिए)temporarilyimmediatelyurgentlypermanently
Casting pearls before swine-(भैंस के आगे बीन बजाना)Speaking nice words and convincing themOffering good things to undeserving peopleUplifting the needy for their welfareDoing worthwhile things to unknown people
He is putting the cart before the horse by purchasing furniture before buying a house.-(गलत तरीके से काम करना)doing a thing the wrong waydoing a thing in the right waycommitting a great crimedoing things meticulously
She must be paying through the nose for the face left.-(जरूरत से ज्यादा खर्च करना )paying less than necessarypaying too muchpaying the right amountpaying reluctantly
Many politicians in India are not fit to hold a candle to Mahatma Gandhi.-(के समान होना)superiorequalinferiorindifferent
What egged you on to become a social worker? -( कुछ काम करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करना)urgeddampenedhindereddiscouraged
The newly elected Chief Minister has promised to bring about changes in the state.-(वादा पूरा करना)makecarrycause to happenproduce
The mention of her former husband’s name still makes Rita foam at the mouth.-(नाराज होना)vomitshyfall sickangry
John is highly qualified for the job but his indecisiveness will be his Achilles’ heel,-(एक कमजोर पक्ष)DownfallVulnerable pointMain setbackStrength
We got into hot water just because the accountant divulged our secrets.-(मुसीबत में पड़ जाना)fail in one’s effortsland in troubletake the help ofcome to nothing
He gives himself the airs of a rich man.-(ढोंग रचना, दिखावा करना)enjoys beingtries to hide the fact that he ispretends to beboasts over the fact that he is
I will carry out your orders to the letter.-(सख्ती से लेना)in writingliterally and strictlyforevercertainly
The proposals were hanging like Damocles’ Sword over our heads. ( सिर पर मंडराता हुआ खतरा )to immediately work very hard and successfully at a new activityto become too excited and eager about some thingan impending but uncertain dangersomething that you say in order to emphasize that you agree with what someone has just said
He took a leap in the dark with his latest investment in stocks. (जोखिम उठाना )was confusedwas cocksuretook a riskwas hesitant
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The Prime Minister goes on the ramparts of the Red Fort to hoist the National Flag.-(पत्थर या मिट्टी की बनी दिवार, परकोटा, प्राचीर)

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LABYRINTH-( भूल-भूलैया, भंवरजाल, गोरखधंधा)

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GARRULOUS - ( बातूनी, ज्यादा बोलने वाला)

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Students are asked to collage for an impor tant programme by the principal. (समुच्चित कला )

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TIRADE-(लम्बा, क्रोधपूर्ण, निन्दात्मक भाषण, निन्दात्मक बात)

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ALLURE-(प्रलोभन, आकर्षण, मोहित करना)

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INSOLENT - ( अक्खड़, अवज्ञाकारी, असभ्य)

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TINSEL-(सजाना, भड़कीली सजावट करना)

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OBSTREPEROUS -(बेकाबू, अनुशासनहीन प्रवृत्ति का कोलाहलमय)

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LAUD-(प्रशंसा करना, तारीफ करना )

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INNOCUOUS (सीधा-सादा, हानिरहित)

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ANALOGY -( समानता, समरूपता )

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STERN (कठोर, निर्दयी, सख्त)

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PREAMBLE-(प्रस्तावना, भूमिका, उद्देशिका)

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PARSIMONY ( कंजूसी, किफायत)

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SALACITY-( अश्लीलता, कामुकता )

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CITADEL-(किला, दुर्ग)

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CONDONE-(अनदेखी करना, माफ करना)

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ABERRATION- (विचलन, मोड़, पथभ्रष्ट, बुद्धि भ्रष्ट)

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CIRCUMSCRIBED (सीमित करना, संकुचित करना, घेर लेना )

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CREDIBLE-(विश्वसनीय, विश्वास करने योग्य)

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VICISSITUDES - (जीवन या स्थिति में बदलाव, परिवर्तन,उतार-चढ़ाव )

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EXTRICATE-( कठिन परिस्थति से किसी को मुक्त करने में सफल होना)

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TRIBULATION-(घोर कष्ट या मुसीबत, तकलीफ, पीड़ा)

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INGENUOUS (सच्चा, सरल, सीधा-सादा)

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ADVOCATE-(समर्थन करना)

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COMMENSURATE-( आकार, महत्व, योग्यता के अनुरूप,बराबर)

Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
STERN (कठोर, निर्दयी, सख्त)Lenient-(नरम, कोमल, दयालु)YoungStem- (तना, रोकथाम करना)Strict
INGENUOUS (सच्चा, सरल, सीधा-सादा)Cunning-(चालाक)CleverInnocentArtful
INNOCUOUS (सीधा-सादा, हानिरहित)InsufficientIrresponsibleCarelessHarmless
INSOLENT – ( अक्खड़, अवज्ञाकारी, असभ्य)Depreciating-(किमत घटाना)The sole of shoeDisrespectfulInsoluble- (जिसे हल न किया जा सके, अविलेय)
LABYRINTH-( भूल-भूलैया, भंवरजाल, गोरखधंधा)MeanderingRotating-(आवर्ती)Pacing-(पदमापन गति)Wriggling-(टेढ़े-मेढ़े चलना)
TINSEL-(सजाना, भड़कीली सजावट करना)Tinkle-(टनाटन)DecorationTin-(टिन का डिब्बा)Colourful
GARRULOUS – ( बातूनी, ज्यादा बोलने वाला)TalkativeSedative- (कोई नशीला पदार्थ यसा औषधी जिसे लेकर व्यक्ति शांत हो जाए या सोने लगे)Vocative-(संबोधनवाचक)Positive
The Prime Minister goes on the ramparts of the Red Fort to hoist the National Flag.-(पत्थर या मिट्टी की बनी दिवार, परकोटा, प्राचीर)Rompway-(उछल-कूद का रास्ता)Staircase-(सीढ़ी, जीना)ParapetScaffold-(फांसी का तख्ता)
TRIBULATION-(घोर कष्ट या मुसीबत, तकलीफ, पीड़ा)Palpitation-(कँपकँपी, घबराहट)SufferingWeaknessStimulation-(प्ररेणा, उत्तेजन, प्रोत्साहन)
PARSIMONY ( कंजूसी, किफायत)Expenditure-(खर्च)Bankruptcy-(दिवालापन)Bribery-(रिश्वतखोर)Miserliness
Students are asked to collage for an impor tant programme by the principal. (समुच्चित कला )prescribeassembledescribe.narrate
PREAMBLE-(प्रस्तावना, भूमिका, उद्देशिका)IntroductionDefinitionMediation-(मध्यस्थता)Conclusion
ADVOCATE-(समर्थन करना)Determine-(निश्चय करना)Predict – (भविष्यवाणी करना)Pronounce-(उच्चारण करना)Support
CIRCUMSCRIBED (सीमित करना, संकुचित करना, घेर लेना )LimitedEntangled-(उलझा या फँसा हुआ)Destroyed-(नष्ट)Eroded-(समुद्र मौसम आदि का किसी वस्तु को धीरे-धीरे क्षीण करना, क्षय हो जाना)
VICISSITUDES – (जीवन या स्थिति में बदलाव, परिवर्तन,उतार-चढ़ाव )SorrowsMisfortunesChangesSurprises
TIRADE-(लम्बा, क्रोधपूर्ण, निन्दात्मक भाषण, निन्दात्मक बात)DenunciationEulogy- (गुणगान)DiscreditSpeech
COMMENSURATE-( आकार, महत्व, योग्यता के अनुरूप,बराबर)Rational-(विवेकपूर्ण)ApproximateAccountable (उत्तरदायी)Proportionate
SALACITY-( अश्लीलता, कामुकता )Bliss (परमानंद)DepressionIndecencyCorrupt
LAUD-(प्रशंसा करना, तारीफ करना )LaughShoutPraiseExtolled
CREDIBLE-(विश्वसनीय, विश्वास करने योग्य)SeriousBelievableWorthyCharming
EXTRICATE-( कठिन परिस्थति से किसी को मुक्त करने में सफल होना)TieComplicatePullFree
OBSTREPEROUS -(बेकाबू, अनुशासनहीन प्रवृत्ति का कोलाहलमय)LazyAwkwardSullen-(चिड़चिड़ा व उदासी भरा)Unruly
ANALOGY -( समानता, समरूपता )DifferenceComparisonAdditionDeletion-(तबाही, बर्बादी)
CONDONE-(अनदेखी करना, माफ करना)ForgiveSupportForgetDefend
ALLURE-(प्रलोभन, आकर्षण, मोहित करना)Extol-(प्रशंसा करना)ExciteEnticeElicit-(प्रकाश में लाना, सूचना निकलवाना)
ABERRATION- (विचलन, मोड़, पथभ्रष्ट, बुद्धि भ्रष्ट)Justification-(औचित्य, स्वीकार्य कारण)Intensification (गहनता, तीव्रता)DeviationRationality- (विवेक, तर्क शक्ति)
CITADEL-(किला, दुर्ग)Metropolis-(महानगर)Mansion-(हवेली)FortressPalace-( राजभवन)
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ACCOLADE-( उपलब्धि पर समाज से मिलने वाली प्रशंसा,पुरस्कार आदि)

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OBTUSE (मंदबुद्धि)

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AMATEUR-(नौसिखिया)

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CORDIAL - ( खुशनुमा व मैत्रीपूर्ण )

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IMANITY - (मानवता, मानवजाति)

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ACQUIT (रिहा करना, निर्दोष ठहराना)

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DORMANT-( कुछ समय के लिए निष्क्रिय)

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AMBIGUOUS (अस्पष्ट, अनेकार्थक)

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GREGARIOUS-(समाजप्रिय, झुण्ड में रहने वाला)

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DISSENT-(मतभेद, असहमति)

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WARY-(सावधान, सतर्क, खबरदार)

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LUNACY-(पागलपन, बेवकूफी)

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DIFFIDENCE -( आत्मविश्वास- हीनता)

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INSTINCTIVE-(स्वाभाविक, प्राकृतिक)

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CANDID(स्पष्ट वादी)

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VIGOROUS (फुर्तीला)

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FABRICATE-(निर्माण करना, गढ़ना, मनगढ़ंत बातें)

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GROUP

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DOCILE-(शांत और विनीत)

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DWINDLE-( कम होना, घट जाना)

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ACQUIT-(रिहा करना, निर्दोष ठहराना )

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INADVERTENTLY - ( अनजाने में, गलती से)

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INDICT-(दोषी ठहराना)

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VENIAL (मामूली गलती, क्षम्य)

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PRAGMATIC- ( यथार्थवादी, व्यवहारवादी)

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TRANQUILITY-(शांति, धीरज)

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Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
TRANQUILITY-(शांति, धीरज)DisturbanceQuietSerenity-(शांति)Peace
DORMANT-( कुछ समय के लिए निष्क्रिय)ActiveInactiveDorsal-(पृष्ठीय)Domestic
OVERT- (खुले तौर पर किया गया, प्रत्यक्ष )HiddenCulvert – ( भुमिगत नाला)OpenComplete
AMATEUR-(नौसिखिया)LoverApprenticesNoviceProfessional
DIFFIDENCE -( आत्मविश्वास- हीनता)ShynessSharpnessSelf-assuranceExpansiveness-(ठाठ-बाट)
VENIAL (मामूली गलती, क्षम्य)MinorPardonableUnpardonableClean
INSTINCTIVE-(स्वाभाविक, प्राकृतिक)Innate-(जन्मदाता)RationalInherent-(पैदाइशी)Inborn-(स्वाभाविक)
CORDIAL – ( खुशनुमा व मैत्रीपूर्ण )FastHeartfelt-(हार्दिक)FriendlyHostile
INADVERTENTLY – ( अनजाने में, गलती से)SecretlyAccidentallyCompletelyDeliberately
OBTUSE (मंदबुद्धि)Sharp-wittedTransparentSensibilityInsanity
LUNACY-(पागलपन, बेवकूफी)SanityStupiditySensibilityInsanity-(पागलपन)
WARY-(सावधान, सतर्क, खबरदार)Thrifty- (मितव्ययी, किफायती)RashConscientious-(कर्तव्यनिष्ठ)Laring
AMBIGUOUS (अस्पष्ट, अनेकार्थक)SimpleEasyPlainClear
ACCOLADE-( उपलब्धि पर समाज से मिलने वाली प्रशंसा,पुरस्कार आदि)DecoratePermeate-(रिसना, तर करना, भिगोना)BlameReticent-(कम बोलना)
DOCILE-(शांत और विनीत)GoodStaticStupidStubborn
VIGOROUS (फुर्तीला)RoughRareFeebleArtful-(चालाक)
INDICT-(दोषी ठहराना)ExonerateCross-examinePrevail-( सफल होना)Respond
CANDID(स्पष्ट वादी)Ambiguous-(अनेकार्थकSecretiveUncertainMisleading(गुमराह करने वाला)
ACQUIT-(रिहा करना, निर्दोष ठहराना )JudgedLockedConvictCaught
IMANITY – (मानवता, मानवजाति)HumanFriendlyBrutalityHaughty-(घमंडी)
ACQUIT (रिहा करना, निर्दोष ठहराना)Mild-(कोमल)SmartCondemnDespair-(निराशा)
DISSENT-(मतभेद, असहमति)DisagreementUnacceptableAgreementDiscord-(झगड़ा)
GROUPIndividualAloneSolitarySingular
GREGARIOUS-(समाजप्रिय, झुण्ड में रहने वाला)SociableSocietal-(समाजिक)UnsociableSolitary-(अकेला)
FABRICATE-(निर्माण करना, गढ़ना, मनगढ़ंत बातें)Unearth-(खोद कर निकालना)Construct -(निर्माण करना)DemolishRenovate
PRAGMATIC- ( यथार्थवादी, व्यवहारवादी)IndefiniteVague-(अस्पष्ट, धुँधला)OptimisticIdealistic
DWINDLE-( कम होना, घट जाना)DecreaseDiminish – (महत्व घटाना)ShrinkIncrease
Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013 – English Philosophy

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Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013

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Find the correctly spelt wordInovation.Innovation-नविनीकरणInnovasionInovasion
Find the correctly spelt wordDebaucharyDeboucheryDebauchery- अय्याशी, व्याभिचारDibauchery
Find the correctly spelt wordTenasiousTenacoiusTenacious आसानी से हार नहीं मानने वाला, लुढ़निश्चयTenecious
Find the correctly spelt wordMassacre-हत्याकांडMasacreMasacereMassacer
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Find the correctly spelt wordMilenniumMilleniumMilleneumMillennium-एक हजार वर्ष की अवधि
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Find the correctly spelt wordQuestionnaire-प्रश्नावलीQuestionnairQuestionaireQuestionnare
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Find the correctly spelt wordHeterogeniousHeterogeneous-विभिन्न प्रकार वाला, पंचमेलHetrogenousHeterogineous
Find the correctly spelt wordNarcisismNarcissism-स्वयं की अत्यधिक प्रशंसा करने का स्वभावNarcisimNarsisism
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Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 1 Pre Exam 2013 – English Philosophy

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