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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

Gk in Hindi Samanya Gyan

Repartee: witty conversation
Example: [some plays are full of witty repartee]

Repatriate: to send back to the native land
Example: [The government repatriated him because he had no visa]

Repeal:
no further effect
Example: [repeal a law]

Repel:
disgust, repulse, offend
Example: [She was repelled by his ugliness]

Repellent:
causing aversion
Example: [mosquito repellent]

Repent:
to regret a past action
Example: [He repented of his sins]

Repentance:
shame, regret, remorse
Example: [I implored her pardon; I assured her of my repentance and regret in words which did really come from my heart]

Repercussion:
consequence
Example: [far-reaching repercussions]

Repertoire:
stock of works
Example: [an extensive repertoire]

Repertory:
A place where things are stored or gathered together.

Repetition:
The act of repeating.

Repine:
fret
Example: [She was alone and unloved, but she did not repine]

Replenish:
refill
Example: [the supplies were replenished daily]

Replete:
complete
Example: [This car has an engine replete with the latest technology]

Replica:
copy
Example: [exact replica of the original]

Replicate:
duplicate
Example: [to replicate the original experiment]

Repository:
A place in which goods are stored
Example: [libraries are repositories of world’s best thoughts]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Reprehend: To find fault with.

Reprehensible:
unacceptable blameworthy
Example: [reprehensible conduct]

Reprehension:
telling off, criticism, condemnation
Example: [reprehensible complaints]

Repress:
suppress
Example: [He repressed a sudden desire to cry]

Repressible:
Able to be kept under restraint or control.

Reprieve:
temporary suspension
Example: [a last-minute reprieve]

Reprimand:
rebuke
Example: [She was reprimanded by her teacher for hitting another girl]

Reprisal:
retaliation
Example: [without fear of reprisal]

Reproach:
blame
Example: [You have nothing to reproach yourself for]

Reprobate:
morally unprincipled person
Example: [Every time I see you, you’re drunk, you old reprobate]

Reprobation:
severe disapproval
Example: [the students showed their reprobation of his act by refusing to talk to him]

Reproduce:
To make a copy of.

Reproduction:
The process by which an animal or plant gives rise to another of its kind.

Reproof:
An expression of disapproval or blame personally addressed to one censured.

Reprove:
to criticize or correct
Example: [The teacher gently reproved the boys for not paying attention]

Repudiate:
to reject as having no authority
Example: [He repudiated the allegation]

Repugnance:
Thorough dislike
Example: [she looked at the snake with repugnance]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Repugnant: Offensive to taste and feeling.

Repulse:
resist, reject, refuse, turn away, repel

Repulsion:
distaste act of driving back
Example: [the repulsion of the enemy forces]

Repulsive:
repugnant
Example: [I think rats are repulsive]

Repute:
esteem
Example: [a place of ill repute]

Reputed:
supposed
Example: [She is reputed to be 25 years younger than her husband]

Requiem:
a mass for the dead rest
Example: [Mozart’s Requiem]

Requisite:
Necessary
Example: [the requisite skills]

Requisition:
order
Example: [The staff made a requisition for]

Requital:
retaliation, revenge, repayment, vengeance, reciprocal act
Example: [She does not love witchery for its own sake; she loves it only as the retributive channel for the requital of a terrible offence]

Requite:
to return in kind
Example: [Requited love is not enough to sustain a long-term relationship]

Rescind:
cancel revoke
Example: [The new policy proved unpopular and was rescinded]

Rescission:
annulment abrogation
Example: [the rescission of the unpopular law was urged by all political parties]

Reseat:
To place in position of office again.

Resemblance:
sameness, similarity, analogy, likeness, similitude
Example: [I’d always thought that Jack and Fred had an uncanny resemblance]

Resent:
To be indignant at as an injury or insult.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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