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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

Mace: spiked metal club, a decorated bar of wood or metal carried by an official as an emblem of authority
Example: [The horseman carried his mace upon his shoulder]

Macerate: to waste away to soften
Example: [cancer macerated his body]

Machiavellian:
cunning politically crafty
Example: [a Machiavellian plan]

Machination:
plot or scheme
Example: [I can see through your wily machination]

Machinery:
The parts of a machine or engine taken collectively.

Machinist:
operator, factory worker, one who makes, repairs, or operates machines, technician, engineer
Example: [Automated processes may mean that fewer machinists are required to do the same amount of work]

Macrocosm:
The whole of any sphere or department of nature or knowledge to which man is related.

Madden:
To inflame with passion.

Madonna:
A painted or sculptured representation of the Virgin usually with the infant Jesus.

Madrigal:
song poem
Example: [She sang in the madrigal, one of our school’s few claims to fame]

Maelstrom:
agitated state of mind whirlpool
Example: [the maelstrom of civil war]

Magician:
A sorcerer.

Magisterial:
dictatorial arbitrary

Magistracy:
The office or dignity of a magistrate.

Magnanimous:
kindhearted generous
Example: [the manager was magnanimous in victory, and praised the losing team]

Magnate:
successful person a powerful
Example: [a well-known shipping magnate]

Magnet:
A body possessing that peculiar form of polarity found in nature in the lodestone.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Magnetize: To make a magnet of permanently or temporarily.

Magnificence:
brilliance, grandness, splendor, glory, majesty
Example: [We were awed by the magnificence of the scenery.,]

Magnificent:
Grand or majestic in appearance quality or action.

Magniloquence:
boastfulness, grandiosity, pompous style of speech
Example: [“You are noble, you are generous, and]

Magniloquent:
boasting pompous
Example: [a magniloquent speech]

Magnitude:
greatness of size
Example: [They don’t seem to grasp the magnitude of the problem]

Magnum Opus:
masterpiece
Example: [the painting is considered to be his magnum opus]

Maharaja:
A great Hindu prince.

Maidenhood:
Virginity.

Maim:
injure
Example: [maimed for life by these bombs]

Maintain:
To hold or preserve in any particular state or condition.

Maintenance:
That which supports or sustains.

Maize:
yellow, corn
Example: [This day at noon they arrived at a plantation, where was a barn full of maize]

Makeup:
The arrangements or combination of the parts of which anything is composed.

Maladjusted:
disturbed
Example: [maladjusted children]

Maladroit:
clumsy
Example: [She can be a little maladroit in social situations]

Malady:
illness
Example: [Apathy is one of the maladies of modern society]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Malaise: weariness uneasiness
Example: [the current economic malaise]

Malapropism:
comical misuse of a word
Example: [Often a media gaffe is not an isolated malapropism but a reflection of an executive’s whole attitude]

Malaria:
infectious disease transmitted by mosquitoes, mosquito-borne fever
Example: [With the hot weather, the malaria became more and more deadly]

Malcontent:
one who is forever dissatisfied
Example: [he was one of the few malcontent in the congress]

Malediction:
curse
Example: [the witch uttered malediction against her captors]

Malefactor:
culprit evildoer
Example: [try to bring the malefactors to justice]

Maleficent:
Mischievous.

Malevolence:
malice bad intent
Example: [an act of great malevolence]

Malevolent:
causing evil or harm to others
Example: [I could feel his malevolent gaze]

Malice:
hatred spite
Example: [There certainly wasn’t any malice in her comments]

Malicious:
dictated by hatred
Example: [malicious neighbors spread the gossip]

Malign:
defame
Example: [a malign influence]

Malignant:
pernicious virulent
Example: [malignant cancer cells]

Malinger:
pretend illness to evade duty
Example: [A disposition to malinger and to feign disease, is one of the most disqualifying disabilities with which a soldier can be afflicted]

Malingerer:
one who feigns illness to escape duty

Mall:
public walk
Example: [mall in the central park]
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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