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Barron GRE Vocabulary List 19: Print One-sided Flashcard

throttle:
 (कुचलना) windpipe, or trachea; valve that regulates the supply of fuel to the engine; pedal that controls the throttle valve
E.g.The Toyota-designed pedal module could wear improperly and cause the throttle to stick open.
thwart:
 (विफल) hinder or prevent of ; frustrate
E.g.He felt that everyone was trying to thwart his plans and prevent his success.
tightwad:
 (���ंजूस) one who is stingy or overly cautious or defensive with money; miser
E.g.Jill called Jack a tightwad because he never picked up the check.
timidity:
 (कायरता) lack of self-confidence or courage
E.g.If you are to succeed as a salesman, you must first lose your timidity and fear of failure.
timorous:
 (सशंक) fearful; demonstrating fear; weakly hesitant
E.g.His timorous manner betrayed the fear he felt at the moment.
tinge:
 (रंग) degree, usually a slight degree, of some color, taste
E.g.There was a tinge of sadness in her voice.
tint:
 (रंग) color; dye with a color
E.g.They woke, they kindled: first, they glowed in the bright tint of her cheek, which till this hour I had never seen but pale and bloodless.
tirade:
 (टाइरैड) extended scolding; long angry or violent speech
E.g.Your tirade is juvenile, hypocritical, and dare I say, unprofessional.
titanic:
 (विशाल) enormous scope, power, or influence; huge or colossal
E.g.When you’re in this kind of titanic power struggle, how you decide is just as important as what you decide.
title:
 (शीर्षक) right or claim to possession; mark of rank; name of a book or film
E.g.Though the penniless Duke of Ragwort no longer held title to the family estate, he still retained as head of one of England's oldest families.
titter:
 (मुंह दबाकर हंसना) laugh in a restrained, nervous way; giggle
E.g.Her aunt's constant titter nearly drove her mad.
titular:
 (लक़ब नाममात्र) nominal holding of title without obligations; existing in name only; nominal
E.g.Although he was the titular head of the company, the real decisions were made by his general manager.
toady:
 (चापलूस) person who flatters or defers to others for self-serving reasons; yes man
E.g.Never tell the boss anything he doesn't wish to hear: he doesn't want an independent adviser, he just wants a toady.
token:
 something intended or supposed to represent another thing; sign or symbol; memorial of friendship
E.g.He gave me a necklace as a token of his affection.
toll:
 (टोल) charge a fee for using; sound in slowly repeated single tones; announce or summon by ringing a bell
E.g.We hear the church bell toll the hour again.
tome:
 (टोम) large volume; large and scholarly book
E.g.He spent much time in the library poring over an ancient tome.
topography:
 (स्थलाकृति) physical features of a region; detailed, precise description of a place
E.g.Before the generals gave the order to attack, they ordered a complete study of the topography of the region.
torpor:
 (अकर्मण्यता) state of mental or physical inactivity or insensibility; sluggishness; dormancy
E.g.Throughout the winter, nothing aroused the bear from his torpor: he would not emerge until spring.
torque:
 (टोक़) turning or twisting force
E.g.In physics, a torque is a vector that measures the tendency of a force to rotate an object about some axis.
torrent:
 (धार) rushing stream; flood; heavy downpour
E.g.You can see the torrent run downhill in day after day heavy rains.