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3500 ACT Vocabulary (8): Print One-sided Flashcard

jabber:
   (गपशप) talk rapidly, unintelligibly, or idly
jargon:
   (शब्दजाल) language used by a special group; technical terminology; nonsensical or meaningless talk
jaundiced:
   (मनोरंजन की यात्रा) prejudiced; affected by jaundice which causes yellowing of skin; yellow or yellowish
jaunt:
   (मनोरंजन की यात्रा) short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; short journey
jaunty:
   (बिना इजाजत) gay in manner, appearance, or action; easy and carefree
jealousy:
   (ईर्ष्या) envy; jealous attitude or disposition
jettison:
   (बोझ गिराना) throw overboard; eject from boat, submarine, aircraft, or spaceship
jewel:
   (गहना) gemstone; costly ornament of precious metal or gem
jingoist:
   (killjoy) extremely aggressive and militant patriot; one who advocates aggressive nationalism
jocose:
   (हैसोड़) given to joking; merry; humorous
jocular:
   (रसिक) humorous, amusing or joking; sportive; not serious
jollity:
   (विनोद) gayness; splendor; cheerfulness or celebration
jostle:
   (धक्रका) come into rough contact with while moving; make one's way by pushing or elbowing
jovial:
   (उल्लासपूर्ण) good-natured; marked by good cheer; cheerful and good-humored
jubilant:
   (उल्लसित) happy; merry; joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success
jubilation:
   (उत्साह) rejoicing; feeling of extreme joy
judicious:
   (विवेकपूर्ण) exhibiting good judgment or sound thinking; prudent
juicy:
   (रसदार) full of juice; lucrative; richly interesting
jungle:
   (जंगल) land densely overgrown with tropical vegetation; dense, confused mass
junta:
   (जून्टा) group of men joined in political intrigue; group of military officers ruling a country