Vocabulary – 10 January 2017

Vocabulary – 10 January 2017

Hello dear aspirants, Here is the vocabulary list for upcoming bank and other competitive exams. Do study it on daily basis and enhance your vocabulary skills.

English Vocabulary

1.Chastity
Meaning: the state or practice of refraining from extramarital
Synonyms: pure, clean
Sentence: The vows of chastity


2.Stochastic
Meaning: involving a random variable
Synonyms: probability
Sentence: a stochastic process


3.Abdicate
Meaning: to leave the position of being a king or queen
Synonyms: resign, retire
Sentence: “in 1918 Kaiser Wilhelm abdicated as German emperor”


4. Repechage
Meaning: a trial heat (as in rowing) in which first-round losers are given another chance to qualify for the semifinals
Sentence: The British would now have to row and win in a repechage the next day if they were to be one of the final six boats in the medal race.


5.Trenchant
Meaning: very strong, clear, and effective
Synonyms: edgy, stropped
Sentence: a writer with a trenchant wit


6.Squally
Meaning: marked by wet and windy conditions
Synonyms: bleak, dirty
Sentence: be careful driving in this squally weather


7.Persecution
Meaning: hostility and ill-treatment, especially because of race or political or religious beliefs
Synonyms: oppression, maltreatment
Sentence: “her family fled religious persecution”


8.Placated
Meaning: make (someone) less angry or hostile.
Synonyms: pacify , mollify
Sentence: “The angry customer was not placated by the clerk’s apology.”


9.Fleeing
Meaning: to run away from danger
Synonyms: evanesce
Sentence: “Many people fled the city to escape the fighting.”


10.Sidestepping
Meaning: a step taken sideways, typically to avoid someone or something.
Synonyms: escape
Sentence: “She wanted to free herself from the suspicion, so she preferred to take a sidestep.”


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  • Abhishek Pavan

    Tell me about yourself
    can we include our fathers and mothers background int his ?

    • Rafael Nadal

      Nah

      • Abhishek Pavan

        Just our name education hobbies enough ?

        • Rafael Nadal

          Yup i m this ..i have done this..i like to do this

          • Abhishek Pavan

            Is it enough ?

          • Rafael Nadal

            Tell me about ur family and all they will ask if they want

          • Abhishek Pavan

            hmmm

  • Abhishek Pavan

    Why rrb’s will provide more importance to weaker sections ?

  • Abhishek Pavan

    Who are artisans ?

    • a worker in a skilled trade, especially one that involves making things by hand.

      • Abhishek Pavan

        what kind of things ?

        • Furniture, decorative arts, sculptures, clothing, jewellery, household items and tools or even mechanisms such as the handmade clockwork movement of a watchmaker. Artisans practice a craft and may through experience and aptitude reach the expressive levels of an artist.

  • Jellyfish

    Good morning frds

    • Abhishek Pavan

      gm

      • Jellyfish

        Gm abhishek niacl nahi thi

        • Abhishek Pavan

          na didnt give

  • Abhishek Pavan

    Thnx just in
    Over friendly in the sense ?

    • //¡||¡

      I think he meant that he is more involved in interacting with people as compared to others.

      • Abhishek Pavan

        Is it a bad thing ?

        • //¡||¡

          Not actually.. u hv to show ur weaknesses in some positive sense.. so dat it’ll not gv bad impression.

          • Abhishek Pavan

            Over friendly means there can be other meaning tooo ?

  • //¡||¡

    Good Morning Pathshala :))

  • Vidhi Agarwal

    you have been preparing for a long time
    did u clear any other exam..answer is no

    will it make any negative impact

    • Abhishek Pavan

      No I think you preparing from long time ?
      I think 2 or 3 years won’t be a long time and you cleared only one exam upto now ?
      And that wont make a negative i think
      We should be frank about ourselves

      • Vidhi Agarwal

        2011 se and ibps po 1st exam
        let me be very categorical on my profile
        i cant tell lie there

        • Abhishek Pavan

          Yes budddy be frank

          • Vidhi Agarwal

            then they will ask why took so long time what should i say ?

          • Abhishek Pavan

            You did any job in this time ?

          • Vidhi Agarwal

            nhi this is the main problem

          • Abhishek Pavan

            What you did actually ?

  • Abhishek Pavan

    And bro
    Is it necessary to say about our intermediate and 10th education details ?

  • Abhishek Pavan

    rrb fall under rbi or nabard regulation???

    • Vidhi Agarwal

      nabard regulates rbi

  • Abhishek Pavan

    In one of the interviews someone asked, Why do we need RRBs?? There are enough commercial banks in India, why are these commercial banks not extending their branches to rural areas?? Why to form separate RRB??
    WHat could be the right reply for this question ????/

  • Abhishek Pavan

    RRB’s are established under the recommenddations of which committee ?
    ?????

    • Vidhi Agarwal

      Narsimham rrb act 1976

      • Abhishek Pavan

        1975 i think ?

        • Vidhi Agarwal

          Regional Rural Banks were established under the provisions of an Ordinance passed on September 1975 and the RRB Act. 1976 to provide sufficient banking and credit facility for agriculture and other rural sectors

    • – Regional Rural Banks came into existence on Gandhi Jayanti in 1975 with the formation of a Prathama Grameen Bank.

      – The rural banks had the legislative backing of the Regional Rural Banks Act 1976 . This act allowed the government to set up banks from time to time wherever it considered necessary.

      – Set up on the recommendations of The M. Narasimham Working Group.

    • ŘJ *-*

      M.Narshimham committee

  • Vidhi Agarwal

    sab baccha party so rahe hai
    bye bye

    • Rafael Nadal

      gm

  • Sunshine ✨

    @kohli 🙁

    • Abhishek Pavan

      exam

      • Sunshine ✨

        Oh ok… Usne account bhi del kar diya…

        • Abhishek Pavan

          kyu ?

          • Sunshine ✨

            Pata nai 🙁

    • Rafael Nadal

      gm

      • Sunshine ✨

        Gm 🙂

  • Innocent dev

    Gm

  • //¡||¡

    For those who are preparing for the interview, it’s my suggestion dat don’t mug up each nd every questions or don’t follow others. Just be yourself and I’m telling no matter how much u prepared for it, they are going to ask something which you have not prepared for.
    So, preparing for interview means preparing yourself for all those randomly asked questions. So, it’s all depends on your spontaneity. How do u tackle all those questions.
    Thanks and Atb 🙂

    • curly

      hmmm

    • Abhishek Pavan

      Yes how to answer them sponatneously ?

    • ŘJ *-*

      Tysm

      • //¡||¡

        🙂

  • Aahana $_$

    koi h ?

  • Aahana $_$

    MDR—
    nowadys digital payment jada ho rhi h nd RBI and govt as well is focusing more on digital economy..thats why transactions krne k liye facilities b provide kregi govt nd infrastructure facility is also needed .. ab eectronic paymnts k liye ek payment mechanism ya infrastructure bnana pdega ..debit card , credit card etc use honge inn sbme.. digital transactions k liye point of sale machines set hogi nd there will be unique account with bank to avail payments from customers .. that is known as MERCHANT ACCOUNT .. ab bank merchants ko service provide kr rhe h , so mechant have to give a pymnt to bank for using their infrastructure , now tis payment is known as MERCHANT DISCOUNT RATE (MDR).
    simply bole to ek busisman agr kisi customer se credit /debit card se paymnt accept kr rha h toh jo system accept krne ka bank ne provide kia uske liye merchant ko kuch % pay krna hoga… MDR policy RBI ne start ki to encourage maximum cashless transaction like ajkl ek gol gappe wale k yha b likha rhta h paytm accepted here 😛
    hope everyone understood 😀