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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

Embarrass: To render flustered or agitated.

Embed: place in something enclose

Embellish:
make attractive with decoration exaggerate
Example: [He embellished the story with lots of dramatic details]

Embezzle:
to steal money in violation of a trust
Example: [She embezzled thousands of dollars from the charity]

Embezzlement:
theft
Example: [embezzlement of company funds]

Emblazon:
brand imprint
Example: [cars emblazoned with the company logo]

Emblem:
A symbol.

Embody:
personify
Example: [She embodied good sportsmanship on the playing field]

Embolden:
inspire, encourage, fortify, support, strengthen
Example: [Because a harmless fire serves but to embolden the enemy and discourage our own troops]

Embolism:
the closing of a blood vessel by a particle
Example: [Hemiplegia is usually the result of a cerebral hemorrhage or embolism]

Embrace:
accept
Example: [This was an opportunity that he would embrace]

Embroil:
cause to fall into disorder involve
Example: [The United Nations was reluctant to get its forces embroiled in civil war]

Embryonic:
rudimentary
Example: [at an embryonic stage]

Emend:
correct
Example: [The text is currently being emended]

Emendation:
corrections of errors
Example: [please initial all the emendations you have made in this contract]

Emergence:
A coming into view.

Emeritus:
but retaining title retired
Example: [Emeritus Professor]
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Emetic: a medicine that causes vomiting

Emigrate:
To go from one country state or region for the purpose of settling or residing in another.

Eminent:
famous, distinguished, celebrated
Example: [an eminent scientist]

Emissary:
messenger
Example: [the personal emissary of the Prime Minister]

Emollient:
making supple cream for softening
Example: [he applied an emollient on the inflamed area]

Emolument:
remuneration, salary or fees for a job, pay scale
Example: [In addition to the emoluments this job offers, you should also consider the prestige]

Empathy:
sympathy, compassion, identification with another’s feelings

Emphasis:
Any special impressiveness added to an utterance or act or stress laid upon some word.

Emphatic:
vigorous, categorical, insistent, forceful, stressed
Example: [emphatic statements/protests/words/language]

Empirical:
inductive based only on experience
Example: [empirical evidence]

Employ:
use
Example: [statistical analysis was employed to obtain these results]

Employer:
One who uses or engages the services of other persons for pay.

Emporium:
retail outlet, megastore, large shop, department store, marketplace
Example: [He at once led his new attendant to one of those convenient emporiums where gentlemen’s new and second-hand clothes are provided]

Empower:
grant enable
Example: [we empowered the employees to better help customers]

Empyreal:
fiery celestial
Example: [enabled man to invade the empyreal realm]

Emulate:
imitate
Example: [emulate the success of others]

Enact:
ordain decree
Example: [the government enacted a new law]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Enamored (Enamoured): captivated charmed
Example: [not exactly enamored with]

Encamp:
To pitch tents for a resting-place.

Encapsulate:
condense
Example: [to encapsulate the story]

Enclave:
area enclosed within another region
Example: [an Italian enclave]

Encomiastic:
eulogistic praising
Example: [his encomiastic statements about the emperor]

Encomium:
warm praise
Example: [encomiums and panegyrics expressed by speakers]

Encompass:
encircle contain
Example: [the new music tape encompasses a wide range of music]

Encourage:
To inspire with courage hope or strength of mind.

Encroach:
trespass
Example: [drive to remove encroachments]

Encumber:
to hinder, burden, restrict motion
Example: [does wearing saree encumber mothers in running after their babies]

Encyclopedia:
A work containing information on subjects or exhaustive of one subject.

Encyclopedia (Encyclopaedia):
or exhaustive of one subject A work containing information on subjects
Example: [the Encyclopedia Britannica]

Encyclopedic (Encyclopaedic):
comprehensive
Example: [encyclopedic knowledge]

Endear:
enamor
Example: [She is unlikely to endear herself to her colleagues with such an aggressive approach]

Endeavor (Endeavour):
strive attempt
Example: [Engineers are endeavoring to locate the source of the problem]

Endemic:
Peculiar to some specified country or people
Example: [Malaria is endemic in India]
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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