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- likely to show illness or negative characteristic
- I have been always prone to high temperature.
- 2. If it is used as a suffix then prefix problem is more occurred
- Example error-prone
- 3. Lying on the surface with front face down
- to appear as a large and often frightening and unclear
- Dark storm clouds loomed on the horizon .
- MP elections are looming in 2014
- to avoid or escape from something or someone from the issue .
- Type :- verb
- campaigns dignity is evading the galvanize the and agitation of voters
Type :- ?
- to cause someone to suddenly take action, especially by shocking or exciting them in some way
- Type:- verb
- The Rahul gandhi said Narender Modi galvanized the people for communal war
- said to mean 'I have got you' in order to surprise or frighten someone you have caught, or to show that you have an advantage over them
- Type:- exclamation slang
- Gotcha, that is the matter why you are pushing me.
Loathe:- ? meaning and type
- To be unwilling to do something
- Type adjective
- I am loath, towards playing today. Please ask Ram
- Loathe:- hate
- Do you eat fish? No I loathe it?
- A large noisy uncontrolled crowd that moves in different directions sometime fight each other
- Type:- NOUN
- In every chaat worship in Bihar, number of people die in melee
- 1. Documents given to the student or reporters on particular topic
- Reporters got handouts after the conference.
- 2. Something which is very important given someone like food cloth etc
- to see, recognize or understand something that is not clear?
- Type:- noun
- People of India now discerning the politics of congress
- adjective:- Discernible
- adverb:- Discernibly
- fight to win something
- Type : Verb
- Teachers are grappling each other in order to declare a good results of their class
tyep :- 2?
- 1. to fight a war or series of activity against someone in order to achieve something
- Type = verb
- They've been waging a long campaign to change the law.
- 2.a fixed amount of money that is paid to worker
- Type = noun
insurgency Type:-? and insurgent Type:-?
- when a group of people attempt to take a control on their country by force
- Type: noun?
- There is growing number of insurgency
- Insurgent:- someone who opposes the government in their country
- Extreme belief that its own country is best
- Type noun
- To shake violently with sudden uncontrolled movements
- Type: verb
- Sudden cough convulsed the patient.
- source:- Bangladesh convulsed by domestic turmoil.
- Uncertainty or disorder
- type :- noun
- Public opnion's turmoil headache of the government
Imperil and peril
- peril := great danger
- Imperil:= to put someone or something in danger
- If you do not work hard your career is in peril
- Local Engineering institution imperil the career the career of students, government should take the steps
to limit something (curb)
- Government is curtailing trade union rights.Source :-Friendship with Bangladesh is curtailing by new delhi own failure of promise
vis- a- vis
- 1. in relation to
- 2. in comparison with
- LBA is the last option to revival the issues vis a vis Bangladesh
type = 2
- 1. Type = verb
- if someone swamp something then they take big part of it.
- VIP'S swamp MCA, seats
- 2. Type: long wet soft area
- Sunderwan delta is swamp
Type = noun
CBI autonomous, operates without duress
- Type = noun
- threats used to force a person to do something
Type :: ??
A kerela district mourns its favorite Nigerian
- Type :- Verb
- to feel great sadness,
Myriad and Panoply
- Type = noun
- a very large quantity of someting
- And now myriad of bars and hotels are opening in the city therefore there is panoply of options
Panoply:- large range of something
eat words (idiom)
eat your hand
I will it my bat
I could eat a horse
whats eating sb
- 1. to confess for what he say previous
- I think He is correct but now I eat my words
- 2.to make easily someone do or think what you want
- His rheotrich will eat anybody hand.
- 3. you are sure something will now happen
- Next match will be won by India, I will it my bat
- 4. Used to ask why some one is so angry or upset
- Kavita is looking in strange mood, whats eat her
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