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SSC-CGL (Tier-II) Main Exam, 2016

SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2016 – English Philosophy

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The first part is One word Substitutions which is an important part of SSC CGL competition Exam. One word Substitutions question 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 given with One word Substitutions. These set of One word Substitutions are from SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2016. There are four other section in SSC CGL exams SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam, you can find Free mock test for SSC CGL below.

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SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 - One word Substitutions

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The belief that everyone is equal and should have the same right and opportunities.-(समानतावादी)

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The act of killing a whole group of people, specially a whole race. (जाति-संहार)

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A person unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others.(परोपकारी)

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A post with little work but high salary.-(आराम की नौकरी)

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A hater of woman. (नारीद्वेषी)

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One who is not easily pleased by anything (तनुक मिजाज, नकचढ़ा)

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Inscription on a gravestone-(स्मृति-लेख)

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A state where there is no effective government. -(अराजकता)

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That cannot be expressed in words.(अकथनीय)

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The word is no longer in use. ( अप्रचलित प्रयोग से बाहर)

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A person speaking many languages.-(बहुभाषिक)

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Animals that can live on land and in water.

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A mixture of dried, naturally fragrant plant material, used to provide a gentle natural scent inside buildings, especially in residential settings.

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Wide, uninterrupted view.-(किसी बडे़ क्षेत्र का दृश्य)

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Head of monks in an abbey -(मठाधिकारी)

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One who believes in many Gods. (बहुदेववादी)

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A person motivated by irrational enthusiasm.-(कट्टर व्यक्ति)

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A person, especially a young one, with exceptional abilities.-( अद्भुत प्रतिभाशाली व्यक्ति)

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When something moves in a straight line.. (सीधी रेखाओं से घिरा हुआ)

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Substance used in surgery to produce unconsciousness. (चेतना शून्य करने वाली औषधी)

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Tending to associate with others of one's kind -( झुण्ड में रहने वाला, मिलनसार, सुसामाजिक)

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A lengthy and aggressive speech addressed to a large assembly.-(प्रभावशाली भाषण)

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The study of birds is known as - (पक्षीयों का अध्ययन)

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A person who opposes war or use of military force. (शांतिवादी)

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A remedy for all diseases. ( रामबाण औषधि)

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Irresistible craving for alcoholic drinks-( शराब की लत)

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Violation of that which is holy and sacred.-(अपवित्रीकरण)

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Study of cultures. -( मानव जातियों का वैज्ञानिक अध्ययन)

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Incapable of feeling tired or exhausted-(अथक, परिश्रमी)

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Master of ceremonies ( किसी कार्यक्रम का प्रस्तुतकर्ता)

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A place for fish or water plants. (मछलीघर)

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General pardon for offences against the state-(सार्वजनिक क्षमादान)

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An instrument for measuring pressure of gases - (वायुदाबमापी)

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Placing different things in order to create an interesting effect-(पास-पास रखना)

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A new word coined by an author.-(नवनिर्मित शब्द)

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One who lends money on high rates of interest-(सूदखोर)

Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
One who is not easily pleased by anything (तनुक मिजाज, नकचढ़ा)gulliblefastidiousinnocentamenable- (खुशी से मानने वाला)
Irresistible craving for alcoholic drinks-( शराब की लत)Pyromania- (आग लगाने की लत)DipsomaniaMegalomania-(अत्यधिक शक्ति की इच्छा)Kleptomania-( चोरी की इच्छा)
The belief that everyone is equal and should have the same right and opportunities.-(समानतावादी)Altruistic-( परोपकारी)Egoistic-(अहंकारवादी)EgalitarianOctogenarian
The study of birds is known as – (पक्षीयों का अध्ययन)OrnithologyZoologyBiologyAnatomy-(शरीर-रचना विज्ञान)
A place for fish or water plants. (मछलीघर)AviaryApiaryHerbarium-( वनस्पति संग्रहालय)Aquarium
A remedy for all diseases. ( रामबाण औषधि)TonicNectar-( अमृत)PanaceaElixir-( अमृत)
Master of ceremonies ( किसी कार्यक्रम का प्रस्तुतकर्ता)Ceremonist.CompereOrganiserManager
Substance used in surgery to produce unconsciousness. (चेतना शून्य करने वाली औषधी)AntisepticAntidote-(विष नाशक)AnestheticCocaine
A person who opposes war or use of military force. (शांतिवादी)Narcissist-(स्वप्रेमवादी)Fatalist-(भाग्यवादी)PacifistFascist-(फासीवादी)
A state where there is no effective government. -(अराजकता)Secular (धर्मनिरपेक्ष)DemocracyGovernance(शासन प्रणाली)Anarchy
A hater of woman. (नारीद्वेषी)Monarchist-(राजतंत्रवादी)Misanthropе-(मानवदद्वेषी)Philanderer-(दिलफैंक व्यक्ति)Misogynist
Animals that can live on land and in water.Anthropoid( वन-मानुष)Aquatic-(जलीय)AmphibianMarsupial-(ऑस्ट्रेलियाई पशु जिसमें मादा अपने बच्चे को पेट पर लगी थैली में रखती है।)
The act of killing a whole group of people, specially a whole race. (जाति-संहार)PatricideGenocideParricide- (माता-पिता या रिस्तेदार की हत्या)Matricide
General pardon for offences against the state-(सार्वजनिक क्षमादान)sanctify-(पवित्र करना)amnestygratuity-(सेवा- पारितोषिक)red-tapism-(लाल फीताशाही)
Tending to associate with others of one’s kind -( झुण्ड में रहने वाला, मिलनसार, सुसामाजिक)grassivorousgregarian-(साधारण समाज का)gregariousgraminivorous(घास खाने वाला)
When something moves in a straight line.. (सीधी रेखाओं से घिरा हुआ)quadrilineal-(चतुर्भुजीय)octalineal-(अष्टभुजीय)rectilinealtrapilineal-(समबाहु)
A new word coined by an author.-(नवनिर्मित शब्द)novelty-(नवीनता)innovationneologisminception-(शुरुआत)
Incapable of feeling tired or exhausted-(अथक, परिश्रमी)invincible-(अजेय)inflatable-(जिसमें हवा भरी जा सके)indefatigableinextricable-(जटिल)
A person, especially a young one, with exceptional abilities.-( अद्भुत प्रतिभाशाली व्यक्ति)intellectualprodigygeniusmastermind
A post with little work but high salary.-(आराम की नौकरी)freelancer-(स्वतंत्र रूप से काम करने वाला)sine qua non-(अनिवार्य शर्त)sinecurequangos-(अर्ध गैर-सरकारी संगठन)
One who lends money on high rates of interest-(सूदखोर)usurper-(हड़पने वाला)usherer-( पथ प्रदर्शक)usurerundertaker- (शव का अंत्येष्टि प्रबंधक)
One who believes in many Gods. (बहुदेववादी)polyglot-(बहुभाषिक)polygamy-(बहुविवाहवाद)polygon-(बहुभुज)polytheist
Violation of that which is holy and sacred.-(अपवित्रीकरण)malevolent-(बुरा चाहने वाला)sacrilegebizarre-(अनौखा)iniquitous-(दूराचारी)
Inscription on a gravestone-(स्मृति-लेख)obituary-( शोक संदेह)memorialepitaphepigraph (भवन या प्रतिमा शिलालेख
A person unselfishly concerned for or devoted to the welfare of others.(परोपकारी)egoistunselfishaltruistwelfarist-(कल्याणकारी)
The word is no longer in use. ( अप्रचलित प्रयोग से बाहर)obsoleteold fashionantiquevanished-(लुप्त)
Head of monks in an abbey -(मठाधिकारी)PadreDeanAbbotDeacon-( छोटा पादरी)
A lengthy and aggressive speech addressed to a large assembly.-(प्रभावशाली भाषण)hullabaloo-(शोरगुल, कोलाहल)cacophony-( कर्कश आवाज, बेसुरापन)pandemonium-(हो-हुल्लड़)harangue
A person speaking many languages.-(बहुभाषिक)conversant-(जानकर या परिचित)polyglottalkativeorator- (कुशल सार्वजनिक वक्ता)
Study of cultures. -( मानव जातियों का वैज्ञानिक अध्ययन)eremology-(रेगिस्तान का अध्ययन)etymology-(शब्दों की उत्पत्ति का अध्ययन )ethology-(पशु व्यवहार विज्ञान)ethnology
Placing different things in order to create an interesting effect-(पास-पास रखना)sit for a portrait (चित्र बनवाने बैठना )render precisely – (सही-सही प्रस्तुत करना)juxtaposeframing
A mixture of dried, naturally fragrant plant material, used to provide a gentle natural scent inside buildings, especially in residential settings.potpourriperfumescentaroma
That cannot be expressed in words.(अकथनीय)indelible-(अमिट)ineffableingrate-(अकृतज्ञ व्यक्ति)inexorable- (निर्दयी, कठोर)
An instrument for measuring pressure of gases – (वायुदाबमापी)barometeranemometer-(पवनवेगमापी)micrometer-(सुक्ष्ममापी)manometer- (दबाव नापने का यंत्र)
Wide, uninterrupted view.-(किसी बडे़ क्षेत्र का दृश्य)windowviewpanoramamacroscopiceagle-view
A person motivated by irrational enthusiasm.-(कट्टर व्यक्ति)moderate-(मध्यम स्तर का)conservative-(रूढ़िवादी)fanaticfan
Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016| 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 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2016. Other section in SSC CGL exams are below, you can find Free mock test for them.

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Cut short-(अचानक रोक देना या रूक जाना)

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Blue-blooded-( कुलीन वर्ग का)

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Ruffle somebody's feather-( किसी को गुस्सा दिलाना या नाराज करना)

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Keep body and soul together- मुस्कान से गुजर-सर कर पाना )

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Take up the hatchet-(युद्ध लड़ना या लड़ने की घोषणा करना )

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Mare's nest ( एक काल्पनिक या बेकार खोज)

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Build castles in the air-( दिन में सपने देखना)

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The seamy side-( एक बुरा पहलू)

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From stem to stern-(एक छोर से दूसरे छोर तक)

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Fall back on-(मुश्किल घड़ी में सहारा लेना या मद्द लेना)

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Go to rack and ruin-(बर्बाद हो जाना)

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Turn over a new leaf-( कुछ अच्छा करने के लिये अपने व्यवहार में सुधार लाना)

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Too many Chiefs and not enough Indians-( एक अकुशल अवस्था जिसमें सभी आदेश देने वाले हों लेकिन मानने वाला कोई नहीं)

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will-o-the-wisp-(अवास्तविक कल्पना जिसे पाना असंभव हो )

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Bite the dust-( पराजित होना)

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At loose ends -( बेरोजगार व बेचैन)

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A gentleman at large-(जिसके पास कोई काम न हो)

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A storm in a teacup-( बात का बतंगड़ बनाना)

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Do a roaring trade-( व्यवसाय में सफल होना)

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Throw in the towel-(हार स्वीकार करना )

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Palm off-( धोखा देकर गले मेढ़ना)

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Make one's mark-( अपनी पहचान बनाना)

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With might and main -( पूरी ताकत से)

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Take the bull by the horns-( समस्या को दृढ़ता से सामना करना)

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Lose face -( ख्याति या नाम खराब होने पर लज्जित होना)

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Bad blood (दुर्भावना)

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A laughing stock-(प्रजाक का विषय )

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Cloak- and - dagger-( गुप्त और षड्यंत्र से भरा)

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Have a chip on one's shoulder-(वैर-भाव और मन-मुटाव को पाले रखना )

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Over egg the pudding-(सुधारने का ज्यादा प्रयास करके बर्बाद कर देना)

Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
A storm in a teacup-( बात का बतंगड़ बनाना)steam while having teasomething which encouragesbig fuss over a small matterspecial positions
Mare’s nest ( एक काल्पनिक या बेकार खोज)phenomenal discoveryworthless thingjoyful eventhuge mistake
Throw in the towel-(हार स्वीकार करना )fight with vigouracknowledge defeatget successconcentrate more
Make one’s mark-( अपनी पहचान बनाना)distinguish oneselfscore high markshighlight something in a pagereveal something
A laughing stock-(प्रजाक का विषय )an object of laughtera storehouse of jokesan object of desirea stock of high value
Bad blood (दुर्भावना)warill feelingthreatening attitudein an infected state of being
Cut short-(अचानक रोक देना या रूक जाना)deletepraiseinterruptslice into small pieces
Ruffle somebody’s feather-( किसी को गुस्सा दिलाना या नाराज करना)gambleescape responsibilityannoy somebodyshow contempt for
With might and main -( पूरी ताकत से)with full riskswith full forcehaving full confidencewith full blessings
At loose ends -( बेरोजगार व बेचैन)tie two loose ends of a threadkeep options openin an uncertain situationrepay debts
Take up the hatchet-(युद्ध लड़ना या लड़ने की घोषणा करना )behave formallypursue a chancebe caught in a trapprepare for or go to war
Turn over a new leaf-( कुछ अच्छा करने के लिये अपने व्यवहार में सुधार लाना)change one’s behaviour for the better.read between the pages of a book.do a somersaultdo a new job.
Over egg the pudding-(सुधारने का ज्यादा प्रयास करके बर्बाद कर देना)add unnecessary details to make something seem better or worse.fill the pudding excessively with egg.add details in order to make something more exciting.add important details to the content of a story.
From stem to stern-(एक छोर से दूसरे छोर तक)all the way from the front of a ship to the back.from the beginning to the end.top of a plant to its roots.loose pleasantness to become strict.
Too many Chiefs and not enough Indians-( एक अकुशल अवस्था जिसमें सभी आदेश देने वाले हों लेकिन मानने वाला कोई नहीं)a proud gatheringan inefficient situationan anti-national meetinga top-level meeting
The seamy side-( एक बुरा पहलू)on the right sideunpleasant aspectvisible aspectson the left side of something
Have a chip on one’s shoulder-(वैर-भाव और मन-मुटाव को पाले रखना )nurse a grudgefeel physically tallsuffer an ailmentcarry a burden
Bite the dust-( पराजित होना)eat poorlysuffer a defeatclean somethingattack and defeat somebody
Go to rack and ruin-(बर्बाद हो जाना)a state of utter chaosa state of despaira condition of exhilarationget into a bad condition
Fall back on-(मुश्किल घड़ी में सहारा लेना या मद्द लेना)retreatovertakensuffer an accidentresort to something
Build castles in the air-( दिन में सपने देखना)work tirelesslyflydreamfilm something
Lose face -( ख्याति या नाम खराब होने पर लज्जित होना)become embarrassedfeel angryget injuredfeel surprised
A gentleman at large-(जिसके पास कोई काम न हो)a man in the crowda man without a joba man who runs arounda man who is generous
Take the bull by the horns-( समस्या को दृढ़ता से सामना करना)crush something with a heavy handgrapple the situation courageouslyclose your eyes and attack the bulltake defensive measures to deal with a crisis.
Palm off-( धोखा देकर गले मेढ़ना)clearly visibleuneasy with somethingto dispose off with the intent to deceiveconceal
Cloak- and – dagger-( गुप्त और षड्यंत्र से भरा)an armoured suita game of martial skillan activity that involves mystery and secrecya wide coat without sleeves and a small sword
will-o-the-wisp-(अवास्तविक कल्पना जिसे पाना असंभव हो )smoky placemarsh landunreal imaginingrumour whispered by many
Keep body and soul together- मुस्कान से गुजर-सर कर पाना )maintain his healthcontinue with his workto have just enough to sustainbe physical and spiritual
Do a roaring trade-( व्यवसाय में सफल होना)in the animal businesshighly successfulin the habit of shouting at othersextremely reluctant
Blue-blooded-( कुलीन वर्ग का)inferiorof noble birthof unknown originunhealthy
Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

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The Synonyms is a major part of SSC CGL competition Exam. Synonyms means the similar words with the same meaning. This type of questions validates your knowledge of vocabulary and new words. You need to find out the similar meaning of the words in the given question among all four options. These set of Synonyms are from SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2016. There are two other section in SSC CGL exams, you can find Free mock test for them below.

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Pragmatic- यथार्थवादी, व्यावहारिक

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Pernicious-हानिकारक, घातक

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Apposite- योग्य, प्रांसगिक, उपयुक्त

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Espionage-जासूसी, गुप्तचरी

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Apathy-भावहीनता, बेपरवाही, कोताही

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Mordant-कटु, चुभने वाला, व्यंग्यमिश्रित

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Ineffable-अकथनीय, अवर्णनीय

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Eulogy-गुणवान, प्रशंसा

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Evince-प्रकट करना, जताना

Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Apathy-भावहीनता, बेपरवाही, कोताहीnegligenceindifferencesympathysilence
Espionage-जासूसी, गुप्तचरीhypnotismspyingperceptiondetente-धुर विरोधी देशों के बीच संबंध सुधार)
Ineffable-अकथनीय, अवर्णनीयunintelligible-जो समझ में ना आ सकेillegible-जिसे पढ़ना कठिन होinexplicable-जिसकी व्याख्या न की जा सकेinexpressible
Eulogy-गुणवान, प्रशंसाharmony- सामंजस्यeuphoria-खुशी का भावpraisehomily- धार्मिक उपदेश
Pernicious-हानिकारक, घातकfilthy- गंदाfoul-बदबूदारcontinuousinjurious
Evince-प्रकट करना, जतानाrecollectshowappearproduce
Apposite- योग्य, प्रांसगिक, उपयुक्तkindfavourableeloquent-भाषणपटुappropriate
Pragmatic- यथार्थवादी, व्यावहारिकtheoreticalrealisticperfectsimple
Mordant-कटु, चुभने वाला, व्यंग्यमिश्रितstupidpensivesenseless -विचारमग्नsarcastic
Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

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Antonyms means opposite, a section of SSC CGL competition Exam. Antonyms means the opposite words with the different meaning. This type of questions validates your knowledge of vocabulary and new words. You need to find out the opposite meaning of the words in the given question among all four options. These set of Antonyms are from SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2016. Find other section of SSC CGL exams with Free mock test for them below.

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Theoretical-सैद्धांतिक

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Accumulated - इकट्ठा, जमा, संचित

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Generous-दानशील, उदार

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Diffident-आत्मविश्वासहीन, संकोची, शर्मीला

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Barren-बंजर, अनुपजाऊ

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Profound-अत्यंत गहरा, प्रबल, हार्दिक

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Elegance- आकर्षित, कोमलता, रमणीयता

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Fickle- चंचल, अस्थिर

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Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Elegance- आकर्षित, कोमलता, रमणीयताvehemence-प्रचण्डता, तीव्रताfragrancegracelessostentatious-आडम्बरपूर्ण, दिखावटी
Mitigate-किसी बात की गम्भीरता को कम कर देना।enlargereduceincreasemultiply
Theoretical-सैद्धांतिकpunctualuncriticalemotionalpractical
Fickle- चंचल, अस्थिरdebilitating-दुर्बलfirmrepulsive -धृणास्पदyielding-समर्पण, स्वीकृति
Diffident-आत्मविश्वासहीन, संकोची, शर्मीलाreservedhappyconfidentstrong
Accumulated – इकट्ठा, जमा, संचितsquanderedreceded-कम हो जानाcollectedgarnered-संग्रहित
Profound-अत्यंत गहरा, प्रबल, हार्दिकmysteriousdifficultsuperfluoussuperficial
Barren-बंजर, अनुपजाऊoilypolishedsorrowfulfertile
Generous-दानशील, उदारstoicstingypoorspecific
Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 | MCQ| Free SSC CGL mock test

Vocabulary knowledge is essential so Spelling test is most important part of SSC CGL competition Exam. Spelling test means the correct words with correctly spell. This type of questions validates your knowledge of vocabulary and new words. You need to find out the correct spelling of the words in the given question among all four options. These set of Spelling test are from SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2011. You can find Free mock test for them below.

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Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Find the correctly spelt word.vaccumvacuum – निर्वात, शून्य, पूर्णतः रिक्त स्थानvacumvaccuum
Find the correctly spelt word.miscellaneous-विविध, अनेक प्रकार काmicellaneousmisellaneousmiscelaneous
Find the correctly spelt word.orthopeadicorthopadicorthopaedic-विकलांग चिकित्सा सम्बन्धीorthopedic
Find the correctly spelt word.Abstinence-संयम, परहेजAbstinanceAbstenanceAbstinense
Find the correctly spelt word.ExclamateryExclematoryExclamataryExclamatory-विस्यादिबोधक
Find the correctly spelt word.PreciencePresciencPrescienscePrescience-दूरदर्शी, पूर्वज्ञान
Find the correctly spelt word.HemerhageHemorageHemorrhage-शरीर के अन्दर अत्यधिक रक्त बहनाHemerrege
Find the correctly spelt word.SupernumararySupernumerary- अतिरिक्त, छोटा कलाकारSupernumarerySupernumarey
Find the correctly spelt word.Liaison-मेल-जोल, गुप्त यौन संबंधLaiseonLaisionLiesion
Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2016 – English Philosophy

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