Easy tricks for vocabulary learning with free PDF download (Day 14)


Easy tricks for vocabulary learning Day 14

Easy tricks for vocabulary learning day 14

Easy tricks for Vocabulary day 14

1) Spurious: fake, नकली 

Trick to remember: (Spurious = Sounds like सुपारी)

नकली सुपारी मिलती है आजकल। 

eg: To win elections, politicians often make spurious promises to voters.

2) Prodigal: Extravagant, lavish, spending money or using resources freely and recklessly, खर्चीला 

Trick to remember: Prodi+ gal (Prodi = Proud, gal = girl)
Proud girls खर्चा ज्यादा करती है

eg: After the prodigal son spent all of his inheritance, he had to get a low-paying job. 

3) Pygmy: dwarf, an unusually small person.

Trick to remember: Pygmy sounds like pig. Pigs are generally dwarf in size.

eg: As their name indicates, pygmy tarsiers are small - weighing about 2 ounces.

4) Rout: defeated, a defeat of an individual, army, group, or team, पराजित होना 
Trick to remember: (Rout = Run + Out). His team was defeated because of his runout in the last ball.

eg: With the rout of the rebels, the village was left in peace.

5) Complacent: Self satisfied, pleased with oneself, आत्म संतुष्ट

Trick to remember: (Complacent = Company + Placement)
company में placement होगया। I am very satisfied.

eg: We must not become complacent over any success.

Just remind once

1) What is the meaning of Spurious ?
2) What is the meaning of Prodigal ?
3) What is the meaning of Pygmy ?
4) What is the meaning of Rout ?
5) What is the meaning of Complacent ?

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