Visual Vocabulary Term: Upgrade Your Vocabulary with Antonyms and Synonyms: 9th June 2021

Safalta Expert Published by: Saloni Bhatia Updated Wed, 09 Jun 2021 05:59 PM IST


You will get 5 daily terms. We have curated their meanings, synonym, and antonym for your better understanding.

Safalta Experts has launched a new and beneficial initiative: students will now be able to get help with difficult terms without having to search for other platforms, which might waste time. You will receive 5 words per day. For your convenience, we've compiled their definitions, synonyms, and antonyms.

Vocabulary is important not just in bank exams, but also in the development of one's personality. One must have a strong grasp of the vocabulary portion to solve difficulties on reading comprehension, cloze exams, word pair combinations, and other themes. In order to get good grades, you must memorize as many terms as possible.

Today, we'll go over the 5 vocabulary-building terms that can help you learn language more successfully.

This article can assist you in improving your learning skills if you are studying for a banking or insurance exam.

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Learn how to increase your vocabulary in front of the upcoming bank and insurance exams.

Keeping all of this in mind, Safalta Experts has launched a new project to include 5 new words with their definitions on our webpage every day so that students' vocabulary abilities can improve.

5 Visual Vocabulary Terms:

Abrogate (verb)

  • Meaning: repeal or do away with
  • Synonym: revoke, nullify
  • Antonym: introduce

Denigrate (verb)

  • Meaning: criticize unfairly
  • Synonym: diminish, deprecate
  • Antonym: extol

Espouse (verb)

  • Meaning: adopt or support
  • Synonym: embrace, adopt, support
  • Antonym: reject, oppose

Impetuous (adjective)

  • Meaning: acting or done quickly and without thought or care.
  • Synonym: impulsive, unplanned
  • Antonym: cautious

Inure (verb)

  • Meaning: accustom (someone) to something, especially something unpleasant.
  • Synonym: adapt, adjust
  • Antonym: sensitize

Why is it so important to learn vocabulary?

Because understanding is the ultimate goal of reading, the importance of vocabulary growth cannot be emphasized. When you have a broad vocabulary, your listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills all improve.
A child's vocabulary is critical to his or her success for the following reasons:
  • Academic success is linked to vocabulary development.
  • The extent of a child's vocabulary predicts his or her ability to learn to read in kindergarten.
  • The ability of children to think and learn about the world is aided by their language.
  • When a child's vocabulary is expanded, he or she has unfettered access to new material.

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