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SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam Previous year Paper 2018 – English Philosophy

One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 | MCQ | Free SSC CGL mock test

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 2018. 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 2018 - One word Substitutions

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Exercising a compelling charm-( चमत्कारी, आकर्षक)

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Something causing shock or dismay-(डर पैदा करने वाला, डरावना)

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The science dealing with X-rays and other high-energy radiation, especially for the diagnosis and treatment of disease -(विकिरण(एक्स-रे) चिकित्सा विज्ञान)

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Proceeding in a gradual way and secretly in tending to cause harm-(विश्वासघाती)

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Fear of heights -(ऊँचाई से डर)

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A dome-shaped shelter built from blocks of solid snow used by Eskimos (बर्फ में बना घर)

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A room where medicines are prepared and pro vided (अस्पताल का वह स्थान जहाँ रोगियों के लिए दवाऐं तैयार की जाती है)

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Causing great damage or suffering-(तबाही लाने वाला, विनाशकारी)

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The act of compelling or forcing authority on others.- (जोर जबरदस्ती, बलप्रयोग)

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A decision on which one cannot go back-(अपरिवर्तनीय, अटल)

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The height of an object or point in relation to sea level or ground level -(समुद्रतल से ऊंचाई)

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The cultivation of grapevines -(अंगूर की खेती)

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Diverse in character or event-( विभिन्न प्रकार का रूप, पंचमेल)

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The Science which studies the crust of the earth-(भूविज्ञान)

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Splendid and expensive-looking-(आलीशान, कीमती)

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The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles - (ईमानदारी)

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The fear of water-(जल से डर)

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Consisting of many things or parts-(बहुसंख्यक)

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A private conversation between two people-(गुपचुप)

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Making a show of being morally superior to others-(पाखंडी, धर्माभिमानी)

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One who studies human societies and their culture- (मानवशास्त्री)

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A strong feeling of dislike towards someone or something.- (वैरभाव, नापसंदगी)

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To express in an unclear way-(अस्पष्टता के कारण, दुर्बोध)

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Impossible to satisfy-(जिसे संतुष्ट न किया जा सके, लोभी, लालची)

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Lacking in variety and interest-(परिवर्तन रहित, उबाऊ)

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Seeming reasonable- (तर्कसंगत, विश्वसनीय).

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Found everywhere-(सर्वव्यापी)

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The belief that events are predetermined and therefore cannot be changed-(भाग्यवाद, दैववाद)

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A distinguished conductor or performer of classical music-(संगीतज्ञ)

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The customary code of polite behaviour in society-(शिष्टाचार, तहज़ीब, तमीज)

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The feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something -( हताशा, निराशा, कुण्ठा)

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The exact opposite- (विपरीत)

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Causing no harm - (हानिरहित, सीधा-सादा)

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Continuing for a very long time- (अनंत कालीन)

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Something happening by chance in a happy and beneficial way-(संयोगवश लाभ प्राप्त होना)

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Touching along the side or boundary (निकटवर्ती, समीपस्थ )

Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
A dome-shaped shelter built from blocks of solid snow used by Eskimos (बर्फ में बना घर)Wigwam-(अमरिकी आदिवासियों की झोंपड़ी)Yurt-(मध्य एशिया के लोगों की झोंपड़ी)Tepee (कपड़े का टेन्ट)Igloo
A distinguished conductor or performer of classical music-(संगीतज्ञ)maestrolayman-(साधारण व्यक्ति)amateurnovice
The fear of water-(जल से डर)claustrophobia (बंद स्थान पर सीमित होने का भय)autophobia-(अकेलापन का डर)hydrophobiapyrophobia-(आग से डर)
Seeming reasonable- (तर्कसंगत, विश्वसनीय).plausiblepermeable (जिसमें से द्रव्य पदार्थ, गैस आर-पार चली जाऐ पारगम्य)versatile (बहुमुखी प्रतिभा का धनी)volatile-(वाष्पशील)
Splendid and expensive-looking-(आलीशान, कीमती)sumptuouspeculiar – (अजीब, अनोखा)curious-(जिज्ञासु)malicious-(दुष्ट)
Impossible to satisfy-(जिसे संतुष्ट न किया जा सके, लोभी, लालची)palatable-(सुहावना, रूचिकर)insatiableinsane-(पागल)magnanimous – (क्षमाशील, दयालु, उदार)
Continuing for a very long time- (अनंत कालीन)laconic (नपातुला)interim (मध्यकाल)concise-(संक्षिप्त)interminable
Something causing shock or dismay-(डर पैदा करने वाला, डरावना)frivolous-(बेवकूफ भरा)appallingmischievous-(शरारती)remarkable-(अद्भुत)
Lacking in variety and interest-(परिवर्तन रहित, उबाऊ)monotonousfreshexclamatory-(भाव बताना)vibrant-(चमकीला)
Something happening by chance in a happy and beneficial way-(संयोगवश लाभ प्राप्त होना)serenity-(शांति, शुद्धता)serendipitymisadventure-(दुर्भाग्य)fortitude-(साहस)
To express in an unclear way-(अस्पष्टता के कारण, दुर्बोध)eloquent-(भाषणपट्टु)garbledlucid-(सरल और सुबोध)Intelligible-(सहज)
A strong feeling of dislike towards someone or something.- (वैरभाव, नापसंदगी)sympathy-( सहानभूति)telepathy-(मानसिक स्तर पर संदेशों का आदान-प्रदान)antipathyempathy-(हमदर्दी)
Causing great damage or suffering-(तबाही लाने वाला, विनाशकारी)CatastrophicSpasmodic-(अनियमित)Catatonic- (शिथिल, कमजोर)Chasm-(गहरा मतभेद, दरार)
Found everywhere-(सर्वव्यापी)scarce-(दुर्लभ)rareunusualomnipresent
The act of compelling or forcing authority on others.- (जोर जबरदस्ती, बलप्रयोग)aspersion-(कलंक)volition-(इच्छाशक्ति, इरादा )coercionscion- (वंशज, अंकुर सहित डाली)
Diverse in character or event-( विभिन्न प्रकार का रूप, पंचमेल)homogenous(एकसमान)assiduous-(मेहनती)heterogeneoushorrendous- ( भयानक, भीषण)
Exercising a compelling charm-( चमत्कारी, आकर्षक)dismissive-(मानने से इनकार जैसा, उपेक्षापूर्ण)vapid-(फीका, नीरस)charismaticuninspiring-(अप्रेरक)
A decision on which one cannot go back-(अपरिवर्तनीय, अटल)Intractable-(अड़ियल)Invincible-(अजेय)Invulnerable- (अभेद्य, अखंडनीय)Irrevocable
The customary code of polite behaviour in society-(शिष्टाचार, तहज़ीब, तमीज)Norm-(मानदंड)Majesty-(वैभवता, शाहीपन)Estimation- (आकलन)Etiquette
The feeling of being upset or annoyed as a result of being unable to change or achieve something -( हताशा, निराशा, कुण्ठा)Astonishment(आश्चर्य, हैरानी)Fascination-(आकर्षण, जादू, मोह)FrustrationAnticipation (पुर्वानुमान)
Causing no harm – (हानिरहित, सीधा-सादा)Insolvent-(दीवालिया)Inorganic-(जो सजीवों से निर्मित या प्राप्त नहीं हो)Integral-(अविभाज्य, सम्पूर्ण)Innocuous
The height of an object or point in relation to sea level or ground level -(समुद्रतल से ऊंचाई)Rectitude-(ईमानदारी, सच्चाई, सादगी)Longitude-(देशांतर)Latitude-(अंक्षाश)Altitude
The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles – (ईमानदारी)Insatiability-(लोभ)IntegrityInsidiousness -(दुष्टता)Intellect-(प्रतिभा)
Fear of heights -(ऊँचाई से डर)Autophobia-(अकेलेपन से डर)Zoophobia-(जानवरों से डर)Xenophobia-(विदेशियों से डर)Acrophobia
The science dealing with X-rays and other high-energy radiation, especially for the diagnosis and treatment of disease -(विकिरण(एक्स-रे) चिकित्सा विज्ञान)Nephrology-(Kidney)Neurology-(तांत्रिका विज्ञान)Pathology-(रोग विज्ञान)Radiology
A room where medicines are prepared and pro vided (अस्पताल का वह स्थान जहाँ रोगियों के लिए दवाऐं तैयार की जाती है)InfirmaryDispensarySurgeryHospital
The cultivation of grapevines -(अंगूर की खेती)AgricultureHorticulture-(बागवानी)ViticultureSericulture-(रमेश उत्पादन)
The Science which studies the crust of the earth-(भूविज्ञान)ZoologyEtymology – (शब्द उत्पत्ति का इतिहास)BiologyGeology
Proceeding in a gradual way and secretly in tending to cause harm-(विश्वासघाती)benevolent-(परोपकारी)malevolent-(ईर्ष्यालु)insidioussolvent-(अन्य पदार्थ को अपने में विलीन करने वाला, विलायक)
A private conversation between two people-(गुपचुप)monologue-(स्वगत कथन)tête-à-têtedialoguesermon-(प्रवचन)
Making a show of being morally superior to others-(पाखंडी, धर्माभिमानी)approving-(मंजूरी)sanctum-(पवित्र स्थान)profligate-(चरित्रहीन)sanctimonious
Consisting of many things or parts-(बहुसंख्यक)fewsingularnumeralmultitudinous
One who studies human societies and their culture- (मानवशास्त्री)pathologist-(रोग विज्ञान)astrobiologist-(खगोल जीव विज्ञानी)pharmacologist-(औषध विज्ञानी)anthropologist
Touching along the side or boundary (निकटवर्ती, समीपस्थ )inconspicuous-(जो असानी से न दिखे)unpretentious-(आडम्बर रहित)harmonious-(मैत्रीपूर्ण)contiguous
The exact opposite- (विपरीत)prosthesis- (कृत्रिम अंग जोड़)aesthete-(सौन्दर्य प्रेमी)analogous- (समरूप)antithesis
The belief that events are predetermined and therefore cannot be changed-(भाग्यवाद, दैववाद)fatalismchasm-(गहरा मतभेद)prism (घनक्षेत्र)autism-(मानसिक स्वास्थ्य की वह दशा जिसमें व्यक्ति अन्य व्यक्तियों से संबंध बनाने या उनसे विचारों का आदान-प्रदान करने में कठिनाई अनुभव करता है)
Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Questions of One word Substitutions in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018| 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 2018. Other section in SSC CGL exams are below, you can find Free mock test for them.

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SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 - Idioms & Phrases

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In trying to solve the crime, the detective found himself___Yet the mystery kept deepening.

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The residents of my colony___in trying to find out about the increasing number of car thefts.

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For a long time he kept his wife in the dark about the true nature of his job.- (कोई बात न बताकर अंधेरे में रखना)

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Phe in the sky-(कोई असंभव चीज)

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This is strictly...... but some changes are going to happen in the company in the near future.

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Colleges cannot___to ragging because of the Anti Ragging Act.

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Suman really has____. She moved to a new house just a month back but already has a lovely garden.

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Pallavi worked really hard for the examination and____to gain success.

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The trouble makers took to their heels when they saw the police coming. -(कहीं से भाग जाना)

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I could make out that the conversation was leading to a fight so I__!

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During the staff meeting there was a lot of ruckus since many didn't___with the authorities.

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He tries to perform well but good projects done by him are____ .He needs to put in extra effort.

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Initially I thought I could participate in the international Scholars Contest but when I saw the preparatory material I___.

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Factory owners are protesting because they think that the government has___of plastic manufacturing companies by closing their factories in big cities.

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Now that Mr. Krishna Murthy has retired from the company, his daughter is .........

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In my parents' time, we mostly ate at home and family outings happened___.

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Making the final paper was a really dificult task but by the end of the week, I was able to__.

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Sell like hot cakes (बहुत ज्यादा प्रचलित होना कि आसानी से बिक जाये)

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In the same boat-(एक समान स्थिति में)

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Radha is unable to continue working in this office. Hard work is___on her health.

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Listen, you need to prioritize. You can't have your__!

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Rohit was___when he took important decisions without consulting the family.

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When Anshul told everyone that he had re signed his job, all the members in the family were at their wits' end.- (सुध-बुध खोना, उलझन में होना)

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That student of yours has such sound values. She's indeed a___.

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The government has decided to___GST on some items in order to help small traders.

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When you___it is best to be patient and have faith in your inner strength.

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They talked over the matter of his leaving the job and going for further studies. -( किसी बात पर विचार-विमर्श करना)

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Full of beans -(ऊर्जा व उत्साह से भरा)

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Many old projects are___with a change in company policies.

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The official found himself___when he could not explain his actions and all the members started attacking him with accusations of cheating.

Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Listen, you need to prioritize. You can’t have your__!Achilles heel-(कमजोर पक्ष)heebie-jeebies (डर या चिंता का भाव)paint the town red-(शोरगुल भरी मौज-मस्ती करना)finger in every pie-(हर काम को करने का प्रयास करना)
Making the final paper was a really dificult task but by the end of the week, I was able to__.bark up the wrong tree-(गलत दिशा में प्रयास करना)wrap my head around it- (किसी मुश्किल चीज को समझ पाना )cry my eyes out-(बुरी तरह रोना)run out of steam-(ऊर्जा खत्म हो जाना)
I could make out that the conversation was leading to a fight so I__!nipped it in the bud-(शुरुआती दौर में हीं समाप्त कर देना)cut corners-(कटौती करके बचत करना)killed two birds with a stone-(एक काम से दो लक्ष्य हासिल करना)made a song and a dance-(किसी बात को बढ़ा-चढ़ा कर कहना)
During the staff meeting there was a lot of ruckus since many didn’t___with the authorities.see eye to eye-(किसी बात पर सहमत होना)put their best foot forward-( अपना सर्वश्रेष्ठ प्रदर्शन करना)put their foot down-(किसी बात का विरोध करना)move up in the world-(प्रगति करना, सफल होना)
Colleges cannot___to ragging because of the Anti Ragging Act.turn a blind eye-(अनदेखा करना)add fuel to the fire-( गुस्से और भड़का देना)look forward-(उत्सुकता से इंतजार करना)look someone in the eye-(बिना डर के सामना करना)
That student of yours has such sound values. She’s indeed a___.rare bird-( असामान्य या असाधारण)barrel of laughs-(मजाकिया)pain in the neck-(लगातार परेशानी का कारण)pot calling the kettle black-(एक बुरा व्यक्ति जो दूसरों को बुरा बोलता है)
In my parents’ time, we mostly ate at home and family outings happened___.once in a blue moon – (कभी-कभार )behind the back-(किसी के पिठ पीछे)in fine feather- (खुश व स्वस्थ, शानदार कपड़े में)shoulder to shoulder-( साथ मिलकर)
Initially I thought I could participate in the international Scholars Contest but when I saw the preparatory material I___.missed the boat-(अवसर चूक जाना)hit the bull’s eye-(Perfect काम करना)got cold feet-(किसी काम की कठिनाई से हतोत्साहित हो जाना )made a scene-(हंगामा कर देना)
Pallavi worked really hard for the examination and____to gain success.struck a sour note-( कोई अप्रिय बात बोलना)hit the bull’s eye-( एकदम सटीक काम करना)beat about the bush-(बेतुकी बात करना)left no stone unturned-( कोई कसर बाकी नहीं छोड़ना)
Suman really has____. She moved to a new house just a month back but already has a lovely garden.a heart of gold-( जो दिल का सच्चा हो)a bad hair day-(एक बुरा दिन)a foot in the door-( लक्ष्य की ओर पहला कदम)green fingers- (जिसे बागवानी का शौक हो )
He tries to perform well but good projects done by him are____ .He needs to put in extra effort.on edge-(चिंतित)walking on air-(बहुत ज्यादा खुश होना)few and far between-(बहुत कम)going with the flow-(बिना उत्साह के काम में लगे रहना)
Radha is unable to continue working in this office. Hard work is___on her health.making her meet both ends-( मुश्किल से गुजारा करना)blowing hot and cold-(अपना विचार बार-बार बदलना)keeping an eye-(किसी चीज पर निगरानी रखना)taking a toll on-(किसी चीज पर बुरा प्रभाव डालना)
Rohit was___when he took important decisions without consulting the family.cutting the red tape (लाल फीताशाही कम करना)told to get a new lease of life-(किसी काम को करने के लिए और समय मिलना)in the same boat-(समान परिस्थिति में)told to fight his own battles himself-( अपनी समस्याओं का समाधान खुद करना)
This is strictly…… but some changes are going to happen in the company in the near future.off the rails (अस्त-व्यस्त)off the key (जो उचित ना हो)off the mark-(मुख्य मुद्दे से हट कर)off the record (नाम को गुप्त रखकर छापा जाना)
Now that Mr. Krishna Murthy has retired from the company, his daughter is ………in the doghouse-(परेशानी में होना)in the driver’s seat-(नियंत्रण करने की स्थिति में)in the lap of luxury -(विलासिता में होना)in the pink-(अच्छे स्वास्थ्य में होना)
They talked over the matter of his leaving the job and going for further studies. -( किसी बात पर विचार-विमर्श करना)discussedfought againstsurveyedexplained
In the same boat-(एक समान स्थिति में)At the centre of attentionIn a superior positionIn the same situationIn disgrace
Sell like hot cakes (बहुत ज्यादा प्रचलित होना कि आसानी से बिक जाये)To face hardshipTo sell quicklyTo agree fullyTo deal with a problem
Phe in the sky-(कोई असंभव चीज)Something very smallSomething not possibleDifficult to findAn situation
For a long time he kept his wife in the dark about the true nature of his job.- (कोई बात न बताकर अंधेरे में रखना)in high positionin a dark placein ignorancein a locked room
Full of beans -(ऊर्जा व उत्साह से भरा)Being upsetLively and energeticFull of crazy ideasIn good health
When Anshul told everyone that he had re signed his job, all the members in the family were at their wits’ end.- (सुध-बुध खोना, उलझन में होना)very seriousquite angryquite perplexedabsolutely satisfied
The trouble makers took to their heels when they saw the police coming. -(कहीं से भाग जाना)hid themselvesran awayfaced them boldlyprepared to fight
The official found himself___when he could not explain his actions and all the members started attacking him with accusations of cheating.in the eye of a storm-( समस्या के केन्द्र में होना )on the same page-( समान परिस्थिति में)wet behind the ears-( अनुभवहीन)burning the midnight oil-( देर रात तक काम करना)
In trying to solve the crime, the detective found himself___Yet the mystery kept deepening.beating the bush-( गहराई से खोजना)beating his brains out-( गहन विचार करना)letting his hair down-( आराम करना)making room for others-( दूसरों का अवसर देना)
Factory owners are protesting because they think that the government has___of plastic manufacturing companies by closing their factories in big cities.separated the wheat from the chaff-( मूल्यवान चीजों को फालतू चीजों से अलग करना)made no bones-( अपनी बात में स्पष्ट होना)been barking up the wrong tree-( गलत दिशा में प्रयास करना)upset the applecart-( संतुलन बिगाड़ देना)
Many old projects are___with a change in company policies.beating around the bush-(इधर-उधर की बात करना)caught red handed-( रंगे हाथ पकड़ना)getting a new lease of life-( नया जीवन मिलना)breaking the ice- (चुप्पी तोड़ना, बातचीत शुरू करना )
When you___it is best to be patient and have faith in your inner strength.remain on high alert-( पूरी तरह चौकन्ना होना)keep someone at an arms length-( किसी से दूरी बनाकर रखना)call a spade a spade-( स्पष्ट व बेबाक बोलना)find yourself in troubled waters-( परेशानी में पड़ जाना)
The residents of my colony___in trying to find out about the increasing number of car thefts.hit a purple patch-( सफलता पाना)hit the sack( सोने चले जाना)beat about the bush (इधर-उधर की फालतू बकवास करना)pulled all the stops-( पूरा प्रयास करना)
The government has decided to___GST on some items in order to help small traders.steer clear of-( किसी से दूर रहना)roll back-( किसी चीज को वापस ले लेना)wash away-( नहा कर ले जाना, धो डालना)Crack down on-( किसी के खिलाफ कार्रवाई करना)
Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Questions of Idioms & Phrases in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018. | MCQ| Free SSC CGL mock test

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 2018. There are two other section in SSC CGL exams, you can find Free mock test for them below.

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Mercurial- (क्षणिक)

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CONDUCIVE - (सहायक)

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Stoical- (जो सुख-दुःख में एक जैसा रहता हो)

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EVIDENCE- (साक्ष्य, प्रमाण)

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PERSIST- ( जारी रखना )

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COGENT- (कोई तर्कपूर्ण कथन)

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Philanthropist- (मानव जाति का कल्याण सोचने वाला)

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Diminutive- (बहुत छोटा )

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Onerous - ( कठिन, मेहनत भरा)

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Impoverished- (गरीब)

Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Diminutive- (बहुत छोटा )petite-(छोटी व पतली (विशेषत: महिला))expeditious (फुरतीला, तेज)dangerous (खतरनाक)fallacious-(दोषयुक्त, मिथ्या, झूठा)
Onerous – ( कठिन, मेहनत भरा)arduous – ( कठिनाइयों से भरा)abundant-(प्रचुर, भरपूर)honourable – (माननीय)accessible-(सुगम्य, सुलभ)
Mercurial- (क्षणिक)interchangeable- (अंत परिवर्तनशील)predictable-(जिसका घटित होना प्रत्याशित है।)permanentvolatile-(वाष्पशील, अस्थिर)
COGENT- (कोई तर्कपूर्ण कथन)Convincing-( विश्वसनीय)WeakIneffectivePathetic-(दयनीय, करूणात्मक)
PERSIST- ( जारी रखना )ContinueCease-( बंद करना)Halt- (डेरा डालना, रोकना)Forget
EVIDENCE- (साक्ष्य, प्रमाण)IndicationRefutation- (खंडन)Denial-(अस्वीकार)Concealment-(छिपाव, आड़, परदा)
Stoical- (जो सुख-दुःख में एक जैसा रहता हो)ruffled-(उलटा-फुलटा या बेतरतीब किया हुआ)apatheticpanicky- (घबराया हुआ)equivocal-(अनेकार्थक, अनिश्चित)
Impoverished- (गरीब)spendthrift-(फिजूलखर्च)generous (उदार, दानशील)wealthy-(धनवान)penniless
Philanthropist- (मानव जाति का कल्याण सोचने वाला)humanitarianphilosopher- (दार्शनिक)humanist- (मानववादी)misanthropist- (मानव द्वेषी )
CONDUCIVE – (सहायक)reclusive-(एकान्तता लाने वाला)helpfulunfavorable-(नापसंद)hindering -(बाधित, निरोधक)
Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Questions of Synonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 | MCQ| Free SSC CGL mock test

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 2018. Find other section of SSC CGL exams with Free mock test for them below.

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Predecessor- (पूर्वज)

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Optimistic- (आशावादी)

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EMPATHY - (सहानुभूति)

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Lackadaisical- (उत्साहविहीन)

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ALLURING - (आकर्षक)

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Animosity- (दुश्मनी)

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Pandemonium (कोलाहल, शोरगुल)

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Piquant- (तीखे स्वाद वाला)

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TURBULENT - ( अशांत )

Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Piquant- (तीखे स्वाद वाला)pungent-(तीखा, चरपरा)interestingbland-(बेस्वाद)peppery-(चटपटा, मसालेदार)
Pandemonium (कोलाहल, शोरगुल)turbulence- (अशांति, विक्षोभ)harmony-(सामंजस्य)excitement-(उत्तेजना)uproar – (शोरगुल)
Animosity- (दुश्मनी)sarcasm-(कटाक्ष)benevolence-(भलाई)bitterness-(कटुता)contamination (सम्पर्कविकार, संदूषण)
EMPATHY – (सहानुभूति)Appreciation-(सराहना)Warmth-(गर्मजोशी)Sympathy-(हमदर्दी)Apathy – ( उदासीनता)
TURBULENT – ( अशांत )Raging-(प्रचण्ड, क्रोधित)PeacefulForcefulSwirling-(चक्कर खाते हुए, चक्करदार)
ALLURING – (आकर्षक)InterestingCharmingRepulsive-(घृणास्पद)Glamorous- (लुभावना)
Lackadaisical- (उत्साहविहीन)Indifferent- (महत्वहीन)Jocular-(मजाकीया)Enthusiastic (उत्साही)Lukewarm (उदासीन, गुनगुना)
Predecessor- (पूर्वज)processor- (संसाधक, (कम्प्यूटर आदि में))lessor-(भूखण्ड को पट्टे पर देने वाला)oppressor-(अत्याचारी)successor (उत्तराधिकारी)
Optimistic- (आशावादी)energetic-(ऊर्जावान)pessimisticidealistic-(आदर्शवादी)realistic-(असलियत को समझने वाला)
Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Questions of Antonyms in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 | 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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Identify the word that is misspelt.

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Identify the word that is misspelt.

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Select the wrongly spelt word.

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Select the wrongly spelt word.

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Identify the word that is misspelt.

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Identify the word that is misspelt.

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Identify the word that is misspelt.

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Select the wrongly spelt word.

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Identify the word that is misspelt.

Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018

Question of SSCOption 1Option 2Option 3Option 4
Identify the word that is misspelt.questionnaire-(प्रश्नावली)hierarchy – (श्रेणीबद्ध संस्था, पदानुक्रम)liaison-( अवैध संबंध)millenium-millennium-( हजार वर्ष)
Identify the word that is misspelt.exhilaration-( आनंद)idiosyncracy-idiosyncrasy-( व्यक्ति का व्यवहार, सोच आदि का तरीका)recalcitrant-(अवज्ञाकारी, हठी, उदण्ड)conscientious-( कर्तव्यनिष्ठ)
Identify the word that is misspelt.definitely-(निश्चित रूप से)accidentally-(अनजाने में)conscience-(स्वयं के कर्म के अच्छे या बुरे होने का ज्ञान)chargable-chargeable-(उत्तरदायी)
Select the wrongly spelt word.Naucea-Nausea-(उल्टी होने की अनुभूति)Naughty-(नटखट)Naturalistic-(प्राकृतिक)Nautical-(जहाजी, समुद्री)
Select the wrongly spelt word.Lathargy-Lethargy-(आलस्य)Latter-(क्रम में बाद का)Lateral-(बगल का (पार्शिवक))Latitude-(अक्षांश)
Select the wrongly spelt word.Medieval-(मध्यकालीन)Measure-(नाप)Magazine-(पत्रिका)Machenic-Mechanic-(मिस्त्री)
Identify the word that is misspelt.Miscellaneous-(मिश्रित ढंग से)Umbilical-( नाभि संबंधित)Prophesy- (भविष्यवाणी करना)Accomodation-Accommodation-(आवास)
Identify the word that is misspelt.aesthetic-(सौन्दर्यात्मक)equivocal-(परस्पर विरोधी अर्थ देने वाला)catastrophy-catastrophe-(तबाही)ingenious-(चतुर प्रवीण)
Identify the word that is misspelt.Immediate-(तत्काल)iliterate-illiterate-(अनपढ़)implement-(कार्यान्वित करना)illogical-(तर्कहीन)
Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

Questions of Spelling test in SSC CGL Tier 2 Mains Exam 2018 – English Philosophy

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