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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

Coherent: clear, understandable, lucid logical
Example: [coherent argument]

Cohesion: consistency
Example: [to maintain our cohesion, we must not let minor differences interfere]

Cohesive:
Having the property of consistency.

Cohort:
an associate
Example: [This study followed up a cohort of 100 patients for six months after their discharge home]

Coiffure:
haircut, hairstyle, hairdo
Example: [Her reflection betrayed a coiffure that might have turned Marie Antoinette green with envy]

Coin:
create, invent, make up, conceive
Example: [to coin a phrase]

Coincidence:
chance event, two or more events happening at the same time by chance, co-occurrence, accident, agreement, coexistence, simultaneousness
Example: [a bizarre coincidence a fortuitous coincidence]

Coincident:
Taking place at the same time
Example: [it was just a coincidence]

Colander:
utensil with perforated bottom used for straining
Example: [place it in a colander to drain it]

Collaborate:
work together
Example: [they collaborated on the project]

Collage:
a picture made by sticking small pieces of paper or other materials

Collapsible:
That may or can collapse.

Collate:
to sort or put in proper order
Example: [to collate data]

Collateral:
or accompanying securities for a debt
Example: [She used her house as collateral for a loan]

Collective:
Consisting of a number of persons or objects considered as gathered into a mass or sum.

Collegian:
A college student.

Collier:
ship carrying coal worker in coal mine
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Colloquial: informal speech
Example: [colloquial speech]

Colloquy:
conference
Example: [I enjoy our colloquies, but sometimes wish for a more formal approach]

Collusion:
collaboration, conspiracy, complicity
Example: [they worked in collusion with the terrorist network]

Colossal:
huge
Example: [colossal stage]

Colossus:
Any strikingly great person or object.

Comatose:
stupor
Example: [By midnight I was virtually comatose]

Combine:
blend unite
Example: [combined with]

Combustible:
something that burns easily
Example: [combustible liquid]

Comely:
a woman who is attractive in appearance
Example: [comely vs. homely]

Comestible:
something fit to be eaten

Comeuppance:
one’s deserved fate or punishment rebuke
Example: [She’ll get her comeuppance]

Comity:
civility courteousness
Example: [spirit of comity should exist among nations]

Commandeer:
seize for military use

Commemorate:
observe
Example: [a ceremony to commemorate the independence movement]

Commend:
compliment praise
Example: [The judge commended her on her bravery]

Commensurate:
proportionate
Example: [a salary that is commensurate with skills and experience]

Commentary:
explanation, comment, remark, analysis, description
Example: [One recreation he had: the writing of a commentary on the Epistle to the Romans]
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Commingle: merge, blend, join in, mix, combine
Example: [Clearly there is a point at which the two commingle, but that is a matter of no present importance]

Commiserate:
empathize
Example: [I began by commiserating with her over the defeat]

Commission:
or fee payable to an agent authorization to perform a task
Example: [Do you take commissions]

Committal:
The act fact or result of committing or the state of being

Commodious:
spacious
Example: [Inside the commodious house, yellow leather couches are well arranged and classical music is soothingly emanating from the family hi-fi]

Commodity:
product
Example: [commodities market]

Commotion:
A disturbance or violent agitation.

Communal:
shared, collective, joint, common, public
Example: [He must pass from the traditional to the enlightened, from the communal to the individualistic stage in ethics and religion]

Communion:
fellowship
Example: [a spiritual communion]

Commute:
lessen punishment
Example: [the commute takes him 30 minutes]

Compact:
covenant
Example: [They made a compact not to reveal any details]

Comparable:
Fit to be compared.

Comparison:
Examination of two or more objects with reference to their likeness or unlikeness.

Compassion:
kindness
Example: [show a little compassion]

Compatible:
harmonious well-matched
Example: [This software may not be compatible with older operating systems]

Compatriot:
fellow countryman
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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