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Barron GRE Vocabulary List 19: Print 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.