daily words

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    • Abase

    lower; degrade; humiliate; make humble; make (oneself) lose self-respect
  1. [N] (Depression): lowering, depression, dip, concavity, abasement, reduction.
  2. [V] (Depression): depress, lower, let down, take down, debase, abase, reduce.
    • बदनामी करणे
    • मानभंग करणे
    • हीन लेखणे
  3. Abash
    abash

    embarrass, fog, blush

    • cause to be embarrassed; cause to feel self-conscious
    • syn : embarrass, abash
    • ओशाळणे
    • गोंधळून जाणे
    • शरमणे
    • लज्जित होणे
  4. Abate
    abate

    subside or moderate

    [N] (Decrease): decrease, diminution, lessening, subtraction, reduction, abatement, shrinking, contraction, abridgment, abbreviation, shortening, extenuation, subsidence, wane, ebb, decline, ebbing, descent, decrement, depreciation, deterioration, anticlimax, mitigation, moderation.

    [V] (Decrease): decrease, diminish, lessen, abridge, shorten, shrink, contract, drop off, fall off, tail off, fall away, waste, wear, wane, ebb, decline, descend, subside, melt away, die away, retreat, run low, languish, decay, crumble, abate, discount, depreciate, extenuate, lower, weaken, attenuate, fritter away, mitigate, moderate, dwarf, throw into the shade, reduce, shorten,

    [V] (Subtraction): subduct, subtract, deduct, deduce, abate, retrench, remove, withdraw, take from, take away, detract, mutilate, amputate, cut off, cut away, cut out, excise, pare, thin, prune, decimate, abrade, scrape, file, geld, castrate, eliminate, diminish, curtail, shorten, deprive of, take, weaken.

    • उतार पडणे
    • वारा व वेदना या बाबत जोर कमी होणे
  5. Abdicate
    abdicate

    renounce; give up (position,right, or responsibility)

    • abdicate
    • [V] (Resignation): resign, give up, throw in the towel, abjure, renounce, desert, relinquish, abdicate, vacate, step down, vacate one's seat, retire, tender one's resignation.

    • v
    • give up, such as power, as of monarchs and emperors, or duties and obligations
    • "The King abdicated when he married a divorcee"
    • syn : abdicate, renounce

    • वरिष्ठ पदाचा त्याग करणे
    • महत्वाच्या जबाबदारीचा त्याग करणे
  6. Aberrant
    aberrant

    abnormal or deviant

    • n
    • one whose behavior departs substantially from the norm of a group
    • syn : aberrant

    • adj
    • markedly different from an accepted norm
    • "aberrant behavior"
    • "deviant ideas"
    • syn : aberrant, deviant, deviate

    • aberrant
    • [ADJ] (Nonconformity): different, nonconformist, exceptional, abnormal, anomalous, anomalistic, out of place, out of one's element, irregular, aberrant, stray, wandering, wanton, peculiar, exclusive, unnatural, eccentric, egregious, off the beaten track, unusual, unaccustomed, uncustomary, uncommon, rare, curious, odd, extraordinary, out of the ordinary, strange, monstrous, wonderful, unexpected, unaccountable, out of the way, remarkable, queer, quaint, nondescript.

    [ADJ] (Deviation): deviating, aberrant, errant, excursive, discursive, devious, desultory, rambling, stray, erratic, crooked, vagrant, undirected, circuitous, indirect, zigzag, crab-like, meandering.

    [ADJ] (Divergence): diverging, divergent, radiant, centrifugal, aberrant.

    योग्य मार्गापासून दूर जाणारा
  7. Aberration
    aberration

    deviation from the normal; mental disorder

    • n
    • a disorder in one's mental state
    • syn : aberration

    • n
    • a state or condition markedly different from the norm
    • syn : aberrance, aberrancy, aberration, deviance

    • n
    • an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image
    • syn : aberration, distortion, optical aberration

    [N] (a): variation, alteration, change, modification, discrepancy, divergency, deviation, aberration, innovation.

    [N] (Nonconformity): nonconformity, unconformity, disconformity, unconventionality, informality, abnormality, anomaly, anomalousness, exception, peculiarity, eccentricity, oddity, monster, monstrosity, rarity, freak, freak of Nature, weirdo, mutant, idiosyncrasy, originality, aberration, irregularity, variety, singularity, wonder, miracle, curiosity.

    [N] (Deviation): deviation, swerving, warp, refraction, sweep, deflection, diversion, digression, depart from, aberration, divergence, zigzag, detour, circuit, divagation, wandering.

    [N] (Divergence): divergence, ramification, forking, radiation, separation, disjunction, dispersion, deviation, aberration, bifurcation.

    [N] (Insanity): unsound mind, derangement, insanity, lunacy, madness, mania, unsoundness, psychosis, neurosis, cognitive disorder, rabies, furor, mental alienation, aberration, paranoia, schizophrenia, dementia, frenzy, raving, incoherence, wandering, delirium, delusion, hallucination.

    • स्वाभाविक
    • नेहमीप्रमाणे नसलेली वागणूक किंवा कृती
  8. Abet
    • abet
    • assist usually in doing something wrong; encourage

    • वाईट कृत्यात साथ देणे
    • गुन्ह्याला प्रोत्साहन देणे


    • v
    • assist or encourage, usually in some wrongdoing
    • syn : abet
  9. Abeyance
    abeyance

    suspended action

    • तात्पुरती तहकुबी
    • स्थगिती

    • n
    • temporary cessation or suspension
    • syn : abeyance, suspension

    • abeyance
    • [N] (Nonexistence): nonexistence, nonsubsistence, nonentity, nil, naught, nothing, nothingness, zero, negativeness, nullity, nihilism, blank, abeyance, absence, nonbeing, oblivion, annihilation, extinction, extinguishment, extirpation, Nirvana, obliteration.

    [N] (Cessation): cessation, discontinuation, interruption, intermission, remission, suspense, suspension, stop, stoppage, halt, pause, rest, lull, respite, truce, abeyance.

    [N] (Expectation): expectation, expectancy, anticipation, foresight, prospect, perspective, suspense, waiting, abeyance.
  10. Abhor
    abhor

    detest; hate

    कमालीचा तिरस्कार करणे

    • v
    • find repugnant
    • "I loathe that man"
    • "She abhors cats"
    • syn : abhor, loathe, abominate, execrate

    • abhor
    • [N] (Hate): hate, hatred, disaffection, disfavor, alienation, estrangement, enmity, animosity, umbrage, acrimony, malice, repugnance, dislike, misanthropy, odium, detestation, abhorrence, loathing, antipathy.

    [V] (Hate): hate, detest, abominate, abhor, loathe, dislike, bear malice, estrange, alienate, repel, set against, sow dissension.

    [ADJ] (Hate): hating, abhorrent, averse, disliking, acrimonious.

    [ADJ] (Hate): unloved, disliked, forsaken, rejected, lovelorn, jilted, hated,
  11. Abject
    abject

    (of a condition) wretched; as low as possible; lacking pride; very humble; showing lack of self-respect; Ex. abject apology

    • दरिद्री
    • अतिशय खालावलेली हलाखीची परिस्थिती
    • दु: खी

    • adj
    • of the most contemptible kind
    • "abject cowardice"
    • "a low stunt to pull"
    • "a low-down sneak"
    • "his miserable treatment of his family"
    • "You miserable skunk!"
    • "a scummy rabble"
    • "a scurvy trick"
    • syn : abject, low, low-down, miserable, scummy, scurvy

    • adj
    • most unfortunate or miserable
    • "the most abject slaves joined in the revolt"
    • "abject poverty"
    • syn : abject

    • adj
    • showing utter resignation or hopelessness
    • "abject surrender"
    • syn : abject, unhopeful

    • adj
    • showing humiliation or submissiveness
    • "an abject apology"
    • syn : abject

    • abject
    • [ADJ] (Servility): servile, obsequious, cringing, fawning, slavish, groveling, sniveling, mealy-mouthed, beggarly, sycophantic, abject.
  12. Abjure
    • abjure
    • renounce upon oath

    • शपथपूर्वक त्याग करणे
    • श्रध्दा
    • वाईट मार्ग
    • हक्क


    • v
    • formally reject or disavow a formerly held belief, usually under pressure
    • "He retracted his earlier statements about his religion"
    • "She abjured her beliefs"
    • syn : abjure, recant, forswear, retract, resile

    • abjure
    • [V] (Resignation): resign, give up, throw in the towel, abjure, renounce, desert, relinquish, abdicate, vacate, step down, vacate one's seat, retire, tender one's resignation.
  13. Ablution
    ablution

    washing

    • विधिपूर्वक केलेले स्नान
    • अभ्यंगस्नान

    • n
    • the ritual washing of a priest's hands or of sacred vessels
    • syn : ablution

    • ablution
    • [N] (Cleanliness): cleanness, cleanliness, purity, cleaning, purification, purge, purging, ablution, disinfection, drainage.
  14. Abnegation
    abnegation

    renunciation; self-sacrifice; self-abnegation

    परित्याग

    • n
    • the denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief
    • "abnegation of the Holy Trinity"
    • syn : abnegation

    • n
    • renunciation of your own interests in favor of the interests of others
    • syn : abnegation, self-abnegation, denial, self-denial, self-renunciation

    • abnegation
    • [N] (Temperance): temperance, moderation, sobriety, soberness, forbearance, abnegation, self-denial, self-restraint, self-control, resolution, frugality, vegetarianism, teetotalism, abstinence, prohibition.
  15. Abominate
    abominate

    loathe; hate

    अत्यंत तिरस्कार करणे

    • abominate
    • v
    • find repugnant
    • "I loathe that man"
    • "She abhors cats"
    • syn : abhor, loathe, abominate, execrate

    • abominate
    • [V] (Hate): hate, detest, abominate, abhor, loathe, dislike, bear malice, estrange, alienate, repel, set against, sow dissension.
  16. Abominable
    • abominable
    • detestable; extremely unpleasant

    • त्रासदायक
    • असुखकारी
    • वाईट
    • तिरस्करणीय
    • किळसवाणा
    • उबग आणणारा

    • abominable
    • adj
    • unequivocally detestable
    • "abominable treatment of prisoners"
    • "detestable vices"
    • "execrable crimes"
    • "consequences odious to those you govern"
    • - Edmund Burke
    • syn : abominable, detestable, execrable, odious

    • abominable
    • adj
    • exceptionally bad or displeasing
    • "atrocious taste"
    • "abominable workmanship"
    • "an awful voice"
    • "dreadful manners"
    • "a painful performance"
    • "terrible handwriting"
    • "an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"
    • syn : atrocious, abominable, awful, dreadful, painful, terrible, unspeakable

    • abominable
    • [ADJ] (Hate): obnoxious, hateful, odious, abominable, repulsive, offensive, shocking, disgusting, disagreeable, reprehensible.
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