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/ɜr'θɛntɪk/ a. Syn. genuine; real; valid; trustworthy
(प्रामाणिक) not counterfeit or copied; valid; trustworthy
It is authentic, genuine, and a true and correct copy of the original.
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/ɔtə'krætɪk/ a. Syn. dictatorial
(निरंकुश) having absolute, unchecked power; dictatorial
Someone accustomed to exercising authority may become autocratic if his or her power is unchecked.
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/'ævərɪs/ n.
(लोभ) greediness for wealth; insatiable desire of gain
King Midas is a perfect example of avarice, for he was so greedy that he wished everything he touched would turn to gold.
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/ə'raɪ/ ad. Syn. distorted; crooked ; askew; amiss
(गड़बड़ा) in a position that is turned toward one side; away from correct course
He held his head awry, giving the impression that he had caught cold in his neck during the night.
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/bə'nɑrl/;/'beɪnl/ a. Syn. dull; commonplace; trite
(साधारण) obvious and dull; commonplace; lacking originality
The writer made his comic sketch seem banal, only a few people liked it.
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/beɪn/ n. Syn. curse
(बने) something causes misery or death; curse; fatal injury or ruin
Lucy's little brother was the bane of her existence: his attempts to make her life miserable worked so well that she could have poisoned him.
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/'bæntə(r)/ n.
(मज़ाक) good-humored, playful conversation
You bring good diversity to the BombCast because your opinions are varied and present a good contrast to what can sometimes be predictable banter from the guys.
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/'bæt(ə)n/;/bə'tɒn/ n.
(डंडों) staff or truncheon for various purposes, as one of a conductor in musical performances, one transferred by runners in a relay race
What's the textbook way to handoff the baton in the relays?
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/bɪ'laɪ/ v. Syn. contradict
(झुठलाना) contradict; give a false impression
His coarse, hard-bitten exterior does belie his inner sensitivity.
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/'bɛlɪkoʊs/ a. Syn. warlike; belligerent
(लड़ाकू) warlike or hostile in manner or temperament; showing or having impulse to be combative
His bellicose disposition alienated his friends.
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/bɪ'lɪdʒərənt/ a. Syn. quarrelsome; aggressive
(जुझारू) inclined or eager to fight; aggressive
Whenever he had too much to drink, he became belligerent and tried to pick fights with strangers.
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/bɪ'nɛvələnt/ a. Syn. generous; charitable
(उदार) generous in providing aid to others; charitable
Mr. Fezziwig was a benevolent employer, who wished to make Christmas merrier for young Scrooge and his other employees.
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/bɪ'smɜrtʃ/ v.
(गंदा करना) soil, smear so as to make dirty or stained
The scandalous remarks in the newspaper besmirch the reputations of every member of the society.
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/'baɪəs(ɪ)d/ a. Syn. slanted; prejudiced
(पक्षपाती) favoring one person or side over another; prejudiced
Because the judge played golf regularly with the district attorney's father, we feared he might be biased in the prosecution's favor.
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/bɪ'zɑr(r)/ a. Syn. fantastic
(विचित्र) fantastic; violently contrasting; strangely unconventional in style or appearance
The plot of the novel was too bizarre to be believed.
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/blænd/ a. Syn. soothing; mild; agreeable
(नरम) lacking stimulating or mild; agreeable
She kept her gaze level and her expression bland, but her teeth were gritted.
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/'blændɪʃmənt/ n. Syn. flattery
(चोचला) flattery; speech or action expressive of affection or kindness, and tending to win the heart
Despite the salesperson's blandishment, the customer did not buy the outfit.
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/'blɛmɪʃ/ v.
(धब्बा) mark with deformity; injure or impair, as anything which is excellent; make defective, either the body or mind
A newspaper article alleging he had taken bribes may blemish his reputation.
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/blaɪt/ v.
(तुषार) blast; prevent the growth and fertility of; destroy the happiness of; ruin; frustrate
I wish to foster, not to blight -- to earn gratitude, not to wring tears of blood -- no, nor of brine: my harvest must be in smiles, in endearments, in sweet -- That will do.
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/blaɪð/ a. Syn. gay; joyous; heedless
(पुलकित) gay; joyous; carefree and lighthearted
Shelley called the skylark a "blithe spirit" because of its happy song.
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