Master Wordlist D2

Master Wordlist D2


Sr No. Word hindi Meaning Example
931 desecrate अपवित्र करना profane; violate the sanctity of The soldiers desecrated the
temple.
932 desiccate सूखना dry up A tour of this smokehouse will
give you an idea of how the pioneers used to desiccate food in order to
preserve it.
933 desolate उजाड़ rob of joy; lay waste to;
forsake
The bandits desolated the
countryside, burning farms and carrying off the harvest.
934 desperado बेधड़क reckless outlaw Butch Cassidy was a bold
desperado with a price on his head.
935 despicable नीच contemptible Your despicable remarks call for
no reply.
936 despise तिरस्कार किया scorn I despise your attempts at a
reconciliation at this time and refuse to meet you.
937 despoil तोड़ना plunder If you do not yield, I am afraid
the enemy will despoil the countryside.
938 despondent हताश depressed; gloomy To the dismay of his parents, he
became more and more depondent every day.
939 despotism तानाशाही tyranny The people rebelled against the
despotism of the king.
940 destitute निराश्रित extremely poor The costs of the father's
illness left the family destitute.
941 desultory अनियमित aimless; haphazard; digressing
at random
In prison Malcolm X set himself
the task of reading straight through the dictionary; to him reading was
purposeful, not desultory.
942 detached अलग emotionally removed; calm and
objective; indifferent
A psychoanalyst must maintain a
detached point of view and stay uninvolved with her patients' perssonal
lives.
943 determinate पक्का having a fixed order of
procedure; invariable
At the royal wedding, the
procession of the nobles followed a determinate order of precedence.
944 deterrent निवारक something that discourages;
hindrance
Does the threat of capital
punishment serve as a deterrent to potential killers?
945 detonation विस्फोट explosion The detonation of the bomb could
be heard miles away.
946 detraction कलंक slandering; aspersion He is offended by your frequent
detractions of his ability as a leader.
947 detrimental हानिकारक harmful; damaging Your acceptance of her support
will ultimately prove detrimental rather than helpful to your cause.
948 deviate हटना turn away from Do not deviate from the truth;
you must face the facts.
949 devious चालाक going astray; erratic Your devious behavior in this
matter puzzles me since you are usually direct and straightforward.
950 devoid रहित lacking He was devoid of any personal
desire for gain in his endeavor to secure improvement in the community.
951 devolve उतरना deputize; pass to others It devolved upon us, the
survivors, to arrange peace terms with the enemy.
952 devotee भक्त enthusiastic follower A devotee of the opera, he
bought season tickets every year.
953 devout सच्चा pious The devout man prayed daily.
954 dexterous निपुण skillful The magician was so dexterous
that we could not follow his movements as he performed his tricks.
955 diabolical शैतानी devilish This scheme is so diabolical
that I must reject it.
956 diadem मुकुट crown The king's diadem was on display
at the museum.
957 dialectic द्वंद्वात्मक art of debate I am not skilled in dialectic
and therefore, cannot answer your arguments as forcefully as I wish.
958 diaphanous पारदर्शक sheer; transparent They saw the burglar clearly
through the diaphanous curtain.
959 diatribe अभियोगात्मक भाषण bitter scolding; invective During the lengthy diatribe
delivered by his opponent he remained calm and self-controlled.
960 dichotomy विरोधाभास branching into two parts The dichotomy of our legislative
system provides us with many safeguards.
961 dictum उक्ति arthoritative and weighty
statement
She repeated the statement as
though it were the dictum of the most expert worker in the group.
962 didactic प्रबोधक teaching; instructional;
preaching or moralizing
The didactic qualities of his
poetry overshadow its literary qualities; the lesson he teaches is more
memorable than the lines.
963 die मरना device for stamping or
impressing; mold
In coining pennies, workers at
the old mint squeezed sheets of softened copper between two dies.
964 diffidence संशय shyness You must overcome your
diffidence if you intend to become a salesperson.
965 diffusion प्रसार wordiness; spreading in all
directions like a gas
Your composition suffers from a
diffusion of ideas; try to be more compact.
966 digression विषयांतर wandering away from the subject Nobody minded when Professor
Renoir's lectures wandered away from their offical theme; his digressions
were always more fascinating than the topic of the day.
967 dilapidated जीर्ण ruined because of neglect We felt that the dilapidated
building needed several coats of paint.
968 dilate चौड़ा करना expand In the dark, the pupils of your
eyes dilate.
969 dilatory धीमा delaying Your dilatory tactics may compel
me to cancel the contract.
970 dilemma दुविधा problem; choice of two
unsatisfactory alternatives
In this dilemma, he knew no one
to whom he could turn for advice.
971 dilettante अनुरागी aimless follower of the arts;
amateur; dabbler
He was not serious in his
painting; he was rather a dilettante.
972 diligence परिश्रम steadiness of effort; persisten
hard work
Her employers were greatly
impressed by her diligence and offered her a partnership in the firm.
973 dilute पतला make less concentrated; reduce
in strength
She preferred her coffee diluted
with milk.
974 diminution कमी lessening; reduction in size The blockaders hoped to achieve
victory as soon as the diminution of the enemy's supplies became serious.
975 din शोर continued loud noise The din of the jackhammers
outside the classroom window drowned out the lecturer's voice.
976 dinghy कश्ती small boat (often ship's boat) In the film Lifeboat, an
ill-assorted group of passengers from a sunken ocean liner are marooned at
sea in a dinghy.
977 dingy धूंधला dull; not fresh; cheerless Refusing to be depressed by her
dingy studio apartment, Bea spent the weekend polishing the floors and
windows and hanging bright posters on the walls.
978 dint प्रहार means; effort By dint of much hard work, the
volunteers were able to control the raging forest fire.
979 diorama चित्रावली like-size, three-dimensional
scene from nature or history
Because they dramatically pose
actual stuffed animals against realistic painted landscapes, the dioramas at
the Museum of Natural History particularly impress high school biology
students.
980 dire भयानक disastrous People ignored her dire
predictions of an approaching depression.
981 dirge मरसिया lament with music The funeral dirge stirred us to
tears.
982 disabuse माया हटाना correct a false impression;
undeceive
I will attempt to diabuse you of
your impression of my client's guilt; I know he is innocent.
983 disaffected असंतुष्ट disloyal Once the most loyal of
Gorbachev's supporters, Shverdnaze found himself becoming increasingly
disaffected.
984 disapprobation नापसंदगी disapproval; condemnation The conservative father viewed
his daughter's radical boyfriend with disapprobation.
985 disarray अव्यवस्था a disorderly or untidy state After the New Year's party, the
once orderly house was in total disarray.
986 disavowal इनकार denial; disclaiming His disavowal of his part in the
conspiracy was not believed by the jury.
987 disband उखड़ना dissolve; disperse The chess club disbanded after
its disastrous initial season.
988 disburse चुकाना pay out When you disburse money on the
company's behalf, be sure to get a receipt.
989 discernible नमूदार distinguishable; perceivable The ships in the harbor were not
discernible in the fog.
990 discerning विवेकी mentally quick and observant;
having insight
Because he was considered the
most discerning member of the firm, he was assigned the most difficult cases.
991 disclaim छोड़ना disown; renounce claim to If I grant you this previlege,
will you disclaim all other rights?
992 disclose खुलासा reveal Although competitors offered him
bribes, he refused to disclose any information about his company's
forthcoming product.
993 discombobulated discombobulated confused; discomposed The novice square dancer became
so discombobulated that he wandered into wrong set.
994 discomfit हराना put to rout; defeat; disconcert This ruse will discomfit the
enemy.
995 disconcert घबराना confuse; upset; embarrass The lawyer was disconcerted by
the evidence produced by her adversary.
996 disconcolate disconcolate sad The death of his wife left him
disconsolate.
997 discordant बेताल inharmonious; conflicting She tried to unite the
discordant factions.
998 discount छूट disregard Be prepared to discount what he
has to say about his ex-wife.
999 discourse प्रवचन formal disscussion; conversation The young Plato was drawn to the
Agora to hear the philosophical discourse of Socrates and his followers.
1000 discredit बदनामी defame; destroy confidence in;
disbelieve
The campaign was highly negative
in tone; each candidate tried to discredit the other.
1001 discrepancy विसंगति lack of consistency; difference The police noticed some
discrepancies in his description of the crime and did not believe him.
1002 discrete अलग separate; unconnected The universe is composed of
discrete bodies.
1003 discretion विवेक prudence; ability to adjust
actions to circumstances
Use your discretion in this
matter and do not discuss it with anyone.
1004 discrimination भेदभाव ability to see differences;
prejudice
They feared he lacked sufficient
discrimination to judge complex works of modern art.
1005 discursive असंबद्ध digressing; rambling They were annoyed and bored by
her discursive remarks.
1006 disdain तिरस्कार treat with scorn or contempt You make enemies of all you
disdain.
1007 disembark उतरना go ashore; unload cargo from a
ship
Before the passengers could
disembark, they had to pick up their passports from the ship's purser.
1008 disenfranchise नागरिकता से वंचित करना deprive of a civil right The imposition if the poll tax
effectively disenfranchised poor Southern blacks, who lost their right to
vote.
1009 disengage छुड़ाना uncouple; separate; disconnect A standard movie routine
involves the hero's desperate attempt to disengage a railroad car from a
moving train.
1010 disfigure विरूपित करना mar the appearance of; spoil An ugly frown disfigured his
normally pleasant face.
1011 disgorge उगलना surrender something; efect;
vomit
Unwilling to disgorge the cash
he had stolen from the pension fund, the embezzler tried to run away.
1012 disgruntle चिढ़ाना make discontented The passengers were disgruntled
by the numerous delays.
1013 dishearten उत्साह भंग करना discourage His failure to pass the bar exam
disheartened him.
1014 disheveled बिखेरा हुआ untidy Your disheveled appearance will
hurt your chances in this interview.
1015 disinclination अनिच्छा unwilingness Some mornings I feel a great
disinclination to get out of bed.
1016 disingenuous असत not naive; sophisticated Although he was young, his
remarks indicated that he was disingenous.
1017 disinter खोदकर निकालना dig up; unearth They disinterred the body and
held an autopsy.
1018 disinterested उदासीन unprejudiced The only disinterested person in
the room was the judge.
1019 disjointed असंबद्ध disconnected His remarks were so disjointed
that we could not follow his reasoning.
1020 dislodge जगह देना remove (forcible) Thrusting her fist up under the
choking man's lower ribs, Margaret used the Heimlich maneuver to dislodge the
food caught in this throat.
1021 dismantle विघटित take apart When the show closed, they
dismantled the scenery before restoring it.
1022 dismember खंड-खंड करना cut into small parts When the Austrian Empire was
dismembered, several new countries were established.
1023 dismiss खारिज eliminate from consideration;
reject
Believing in John's love for
her, she dismissed the notion that he might be unfaithful.
1024 disparage नीचा दिखाना belittle Do not disparage anyone's
contribution; these little gifts add up to large sums.
1025 disparate असमान basically different; unrelated It is difficult, if not
impossible, to organize these disparate elements into a coherent whole.
1026 disparity असमानता difference; condition of
inequality
The disparity in their ages made
no difference at all.
1027 dispassionate उदासीन calm; impartial In a dispassionate analysis of
the problem, he carefully examined the causes of the conflict and proceeded
to suggest suitable remedies.
1028 dispatch प्रेषण speediness; prompt execution;
message sent with all due speed
Young Napoleon defeated the
enemy with all possible dispatch; he then sent a dispatch to headquarters,
informing his commander of the great victory.
1029 dispel दूर हो जाना scatter; drive away; cause to
vanish
The bright sunlight eventually
dispelled the morning mist.
1030 disperse फैलाने scatter The police fired tear gas into
crowd to disperse the protesters.






Master Wordlist D2 Master Wordlist D2 Reviewed by Admin on 12:34:00 PM Rating: 5
Powered by Blogger.