Master Wordlist C3

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Master Wordlist C3

Sr No. Word शब्द Meaning Example
658 complacent प्रसन्न self-satisfied There was a complacent look on
his face as he examined his paintings.
659 complaisant मेहरबान trying to please; obliging The courtier obeyed the king's
orders in a complaisant manner.
660 complement पूरक complete; consummate; make
The waiter recommended a glass
of port to complement the cheese.
661 compliance अनुपालन conformity in fulfilling
requirements; readiness to yield
The design for the new school
had to be in compliance with the local building code.
662 compliant शिकायत yielding He was compliant and ready to go
along with his friends' desires.
663 complicity सहापराध participation; involvement You cannot keep your complicity
in this affair secret very long; you would be wise to admit your involvement
664 component अवयव element; ingredient I wish all the components of my
stereo system were working at the same time.
665 comport समान होना bear one's self; behave He comported himself with great
666 composure मानसिक संतुलन mental calmness Even the latest work crisis
failed to shake her composure.
667 compound यौगिक combine; constitute; pay
interest; increase
The makers of the popular cold
remedy compounded a nasal decongestant with an antihistamine.
668 comprehensive व्यापक thorough; inclusive This book provides a
comprehensive review of verbal and math skills for the SAT.
669 compress पुलटिस close; squeeze; contract She compressed the package under
her arm.
670 comprise समावेश करना include; consist of If the District of Columbia were
to be granted a statehood, the United States of America would comprise
fifty-onestates, not just fifty.
671 compromise समझौता adjust; endanger the interests
or reputation of
Your presence at the scene of
the dispute compromises our claim to neutrality in this matter.
672 compunction मलाल remorse The judge was especially severe
in this sentencing because he felt that the criminal had shown no compunction
for his heinous crime.
673 compute गणना करना reckon; calculate He failed to compute the
interest, so his bank balance was not accurate.
674 concatenate जुटना link as in a chain It is difficult to understand
how these events could concatenate as they did without outside assistance.
675 concave नतोदर hollow The back-packers found partial
shelter from the storm by huddling against the concave wall of the cliff.
676 concede स्वीकार करना admit; hield Despite all the evidence Monica
had assembled, Mark refused to concede that she was right.
677 conceit दंभ whimsical idea; extravagant
He was an entertaining
companion, always expressing himself in amusing conceits and witty turns of
678 concentric गाढ़ा having a common center The target was made of
concentric circles.
679 conception धारणा beginning; forming of a idea At the first conception of the
work, he was consulted.
680 concerted ठोस mutually agreed on; done
The girl scouts in the troop
made a concerted effort to raise funds for their annual outing, and emitted a
concerted sigh when their leader announced that they had reached their goal.
681 concession रियायत an act of yielding Before they could reach an
agreement, both sides had to make certain concessions.
682 conciliatory मिलाप करनेवाला reconciling; soothing She was still angry despite his
conciliatory words.
683 concise संक्षिप्त brief and compact When you define a new word, be
concise; the shorter the definition, the easier it is to remember.
684 conclave गुप्त सभा private meeting He was present at all their
conclaves as an unofficial observer.
685 conclusive निर्णयात्मक decisive; ending all debate When the stolen books turned up
in John's locker, we finally had conclusive evidence of the identity of the
mysterious thief.
686 concoct गढ़ना prepare by combining; make up in
How did the inventive chef ever
concoct such strange dish?
687 concomitant सहगामी that which accompanies Culture is not always a
concomitant of wealth.
688 concord सामंजस्य harmony Watching Tweediedum and
Tweedledee battle, Alice wondered why the two brothers could not manage to
life in concord.
689 concur मिलना-जुलना agree Did you concur with the decision
of the court or did you find it unfair?
690 concurrent समवर्ती happening at the same time In America, the colonists were
resisting the demands of the mother contry; at the concurrent moment in
France, the middle class was sowing the seeds of rebellion.
691 condescend स्वीकर करना bestow courtesies with a
superior air
The king condescended to grant
an audience to the friends of the condemned man.
692 condign लायक़ adequate; deservedly severe The public approved the condign
punishment for the crime.
693 condiments मसालों seasonings; spices Spanish food is full of
694 condole शोक प्रकट करना express sympathetic sorrow His friends gathered to condole
with him over his loss.
695 condone मिलाप करना overlook; forgive; give tacit
approval; excuse
Unlike Widow Douglass, who
condoned Huck's minor offenses, Miss Watson did nothing but scold.
696 conducive अनुकूल helpful; contributive Rest and proper diet are
conducive to good health.
697 conduit पाइपलाइन aqueduct; passageway for fluids Water was brought to the army in
the desert by an improvised conduit from the adjoining mountain.
698 confidant विश्वासपात्र trusted friend He had no confidants with whom
he could discuss his problems at home.
699 confiscate ज़ब्त करना seize; commandeer The army confiscated all
available supplies of uranium.
700 conflagration आग great fire In the conflagration that
followed the 1906 earthquake, much of San Francisco was destroyed.
701 confluence संगम flowing together; crowd They built the city at the
confluence of two rivers.
702 conformity अनुपालन harmony; agreement In conformity with our rules and
regulations, I am calling a meeting of our organization.
703 confound उलझाना confuse; puzzle No mystery could confound
Sherlock Holmes for long.
704 congeal जमाना freeze; coagulate His blood congealed in his veins
as he saw the dread monster rush toward him.
705 congenial अनुकूल pleasant; friendly My father loved to go out for a
meal with congenial companions.
706 congenital जन्मजात existing at birth His congenital deformity
disturbed his parents.
707 conglomeration समूह mass of material sticking
In such a conglomeration of
miscellaneous statistics, it was impossible to find a single area of
708 congruence अनुरूपता correspondence of parts;
harmonious relationship
The student demonstrated the
congruence of the two triangles by using the hypotenuse-arm theorem.
709 conifer शंकुधर वृक्ष pine tree; cone-bearing tree According to geologists, the
conifers were the first plants to bear flowers.
710 conjecture अनुमान surmise; guess I will end all your conjectures;
I admit I am guilty as charged.
711 conjugal वैवाहिक pertaining to marriage Their dreams of conjugal bliss
were shattered as soon as their temperaments clashed.
712 conjure जादू summon a devil; proactive magic;
imagine; invent
He conjured up an image of a
reformed city and had the voters completely under his spell.
713 connivance प्रशय pretense of ignorance of
something wrong; assistance; permission to offend
With the connivance of his
friends, he plotted to embarrass the teacher.
714 connoisseur विशेषज्ञ person competent to act as judge
of art, ect.; a lover of an art
She had developed into a
connoisseur of fine china.
715 connotation अर्थ suggested or implied meaning of
an expression
Foreigners frequently are
unaware of the connotations of the words they use.
716 connubial वैवाहिक pertaining to maffige or the
matrimonial state
In his telegram, he wished the
newlyweds a lifetime of connubial bliss.
717 consanguinity रक्तसंबंध kinship The lawsuit developed into a
test of the consanguinity of the claimant to the estate.
718 conscientious ईमानदार scrupulous; careful A conscientious editor checked
every definition for its accuracy.
719 conscript भरती होनेवाला draftee; person forced into
military service
Did Rambo volunteer to fight in
Vietnam, or was he a conscript, drafted against his will?
720 consecrate ज्ञान देना dedicate; sanctify We shall consecrate our lives to
this noble purpose.
721 consensus आम सहमति general agreement The consensus indicates that we
are opposed to entering into this pact.
722 consequential अहम pompous; self-important Convinced of his own importance,
the actor strutted about the dressing room with a consequential air.
723 conservatory संरक्षिका school of the fine arts
(especiallymusic or drama)
A gifted violinist, Marya was
selected to study at the conservatory.
724 consign सुपुर्द करना deliver officially; entrust; set
The court consigned the child to
her paternal grandmother's care.
725 consistency संगति absence of contradictions;
dependability; uniformity; degree of thickness
Holmes judged puddings and
explanations on their consistency; he liked his puddings without lumps and
his explanations without improbabilities.
726 console कंसोल lessen sadness or
disappointment; give comfort
When her father died, Marius did
his best to console Cosette.
727 consonance तालमेल harmony; agreement Her agitation seemed out of
consonance with her usual calm.
728 consort बातचीत करना associate with We frequently judge people by
the company with whom they consort.
729 consort बातचीत करना husband or wife The search for a consort for the
young Queen Victoria ended happily.
730 conspiracy साजिश treacherous plot Brutus and Cassius joined in the
conspiracy to kill Julius Caesar.
731 consternation आतंक anxiety, dismay Lincoln is famous for saying
that the consternations during the civil war had left him decrepit.
732 constituent घटक supporter The congressman received
hundreds of letters from angry constituents after the Equal Rights Amendment
failed to pass.
733 constraint बाधा compulsion; repression of
There was a feeling of
constraint in the room because no one dared to criticize the speaker.
734 construe टीका करना explain; interpret If I construe your remarks
correctly, you disagree with the theory already advanced.
735 consummate समाप्त complete I have never seem anyone who
makes as many stupid errors as you do; you must be a consummate idiot.
736 contagion छूत infection Fearing contagion, they took
drastic steps to prevent the spread of the disease.
737 contaminate दूषित pollute The sewage system of the city so
contaminated the water that swimming was forbidden.
738 contempt अपमान scorn; disdain Even if you feel superior to
others, it is unwise to show your contempt for them.
739 contend संघर्ष करना struggle; compete; assert
In Revolt of the Black Athlete,
sociologist Harry Edwards contends that young black athletes have been
exploited by some college recruiters.
740 contentious विवादास्पद quarrelsome We heard loud and contentious
noises in the next room.
741 contest प्रतियोगिता dispute The defeated candidate attempted
to contest the election results.
742 context प्रसंग writings preceding and following
the passage quoted
Because these lines are taken
out of context, they do not convey the message the author intended.
743 contiguous मिला हुआ adjacent to; touching upon The two countries are contiguous
for a few miles; then they are separated by the gulf.
744 continence संयम self-restraint; sexual chastity She vowed to lead a life of
745 contingent आकस्मिक conditional The continuation of this
contract is contingent on the quality of your first output.
746 contortions contortions twistings; distortions As the effects of the opiate
wore away, the contortions of the patient became more violent and
demonstrated how much pain she was enduring.
747 contraband तस्करी illegal trade; smuggling;
smuggled goods
The coast guard tries to prevent
contraband in U.S. waters.
748 contravene अवहेलना करना contradict; oppose: infringe on
or transgress
Mr. Barrett did not expect his
frail daughter Elizabeth to contravene his will by eloping with Robert
749 contrite पछताया हुआ penitent Her contrite tears did not
influence the judge when he imposed sentence.
750 contrived काल्पनिक forced; artificial; not
Feeling ill at ease with his new
in-laws; James made a few contrived attempts at conversation and then
retreated into silence.
751 controvert शर्त लगाना oppose with arguments;
To controvert your theory will
require much time but it is essential that we disprove it.
752 contumacious उद्दंड disobedient; resisting authority The contumacious mob shouted
defiantly at the police.
753 contusion नील bruise She was treated for contusions
and abrasions.
754 conundrum पहेली riddle; difficult problem During the long car ride, she
invented conundrums to entertain the children.
755 convene बुलाना assemble Because much is needed
legislation had to be enacted, the governor ordered the legislature to
convene in special session by January 15.
756 convention सम्मेलन social or moral custom;
established practice
Flying in the face of
convention, George Sand (Amandine Dudevant) shocked her contemporaries by
taking lovers and wearing men's clothes.
757 conventional पारंपरिक ordinary; typical His conventional upbringing left
him wholly unprepared for his wife's eccentric family.

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