English Master Word List

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1) Abase (V) : Lower, Degrade, Humiliate.
నీచ పరచు, కించ పఱచు, అవమానించు.

Sen: Anna expected to have to curtsy to the king of Siam, when told to cast herself down on the ground before him, however, she refused to abase herself.


2) Abash (V) : Embarrass.
సిగ్గు పుట్టించు.

Sen: He was not all abashed by her open admiration.

Homophone

Embarrass : Embrace

Embrace : Hold closely in one's arms as a sign of affection.


3) Abate : Subside or moderate, Lesson, Diminish, Grow down.
తగ్గించు, తక్కువ చేయు, కొంత వరకు అఱగు, తగ్గిపోవు.

Sen: Rather than leaving immediately they waited for the storm to abate.


4) Abbreviate (V) : Shorten.
సంక్షిప్తము చేయు.

Sen: Because we were running out of time, the lecturer had to abbreviate her speech.


5) Abdicate (V): Renounce, Give-up.
విడచి పెట్టు, తన రాజ్యము ... అధికారము మొదలగు వాటిని విడచి పెట్టు.

Sen: When Edward VII abdicated the British throne, he surprised the entire world.


6) Aberrant (Adj): Abnormal or Deviant.
ధర్మచ్యుతమైన.

Sen: Given the aberrant nature of data, we came to doubt the validity of entire experiment.


7) Aberration (N): Deviation from the expected or the normal, mental irregularity or disorder.
వెఱ్ఱి.

Sen: Survivors of a major catastrophe are likely to exhibit aberrations of behaviour because of the trauma they have experienced.


8) Abet (V): Assist, usually in doing something wrong, Encourage.
దుష్కృత్యమందు సహాయము చేయు, నేరమును ప్రోత్సహించు.

Sen: She was unwilling to bet him in the swindle he had planned.


9) Abeyance (N): Suspected action.
కొంత కాలం వరకు నిలచియుండు, అమలు కాకుండా నిలిపియుండు.

Sen: The deal was held abeyance until her arrival.


10) Abhor (V): Detest, Hate.
అసహ్యించుకొను.

Sen: She abhorred all forms of bigotry.

Bigotry: Stubborn and complete intolerance of any creed, belief, or opinion that differs from one's own.
మతవైరము , మతాగ్రహము , స్వమతవిషయకదురభిమానము .


11) Abject (Adj): Wretched, lacking pride.
నీచమైన, దుర్భరమైన, దీనస్థితిలో ఉన్న.

Sen: On the streets of New-York the homeless live in abject poverty, huddling in doorways to find shelter from the wind.


12) Abjure (V): Renounce upon oath.
నిరాకరించు, ప్రమాణ పూర్వకముగా విడచిపెట్టు.

Sen: He abjured his allegiance to the king.


13) Ablution (N): Washing, Bath.
స్నానము, ముఖము వగైరా కడుగుకోను.

Sen: His daily ablutions were accompanied by loud noises that he humourously labled "open in the bath".


14) Abnigation (N): Renunciation, Self-sacrifice.
తన మాటను తానే కాదను.

Sen: Though Rudolph and Duchess Flavia loved one another, their love was doomed for she had to wed the king, their act of abnegation was necessary to preserve the kingdom.


15) Abolish (V): Cancel, Put an end to.
తీసివేయు, ఎత్తివేయు, రద్దు చేయు.

Sen: The President of the college refused to abolish the physical education requirement.


16) Abominable (Adj): Detestable, Extremely unpleasant, Very bad.
అసహ్యపడు.

Sen: Mary like John until she learned he was also dating Sushan, then she called him an abominable young man, with abominable taste in woman.


17) Abominate (V): Loathe, Hate.
అసహ్యపడు.

Sen: Moses scolded the idol worshipers in the tribe because he abominate the custom.


18) Aboriginal (Adj,N): Being the first of its kind in a region, Primitive, Native.
ఆది యందలి, అతి పురాతనమైన.

Sen: Her studies of the primitive art forms of the aboriginal Indians were widely reported in the scientific journals.


19) Abortive (Adj): Unsuccessful, fruitless.
అకాలముగా పుట్టిన, నిష్ఫలమైన, విఫలమైన.

Sen: Attacked by armed troops, the Chinese students had to abandon their abortive attempt to democratise Beijing peacefully.


20) Abrasive (Adj): Rubbing away,Tending to grind down, Harsh.
అరగదీయు, కఠినమైన.

Sen: Just as abrasive cleaning powders can wear-away a shiny finish, abrasive remarks can wear-away a listener's patience.


21) Abridge (V): Condense or Shorten.
క్లుప్తముచేయు.

Sen: Because the publishers felt the public wanted a shorter version of "War And Peace", they proceeded to abridge the novel.


22) Abrogate (V): Abolish, Repeal.
రద్దుచేయు, కొట్టివేయు.

Sen: The king intended to abrogate the decree issued by his predecessor.

Intend: భావించు.

Predecessor: Formal holder of an office.


23) Abscission (N): Cutting off, Separation.

Sen: When a flower of leaf separates naturally from its parent plant, this process is called abscission.


24) Abscond (V): Depart secretly and hide.
రహస్యముగా పారిపోవు, పరారియైవుండు.

Sen: The teller who absconded with the bonds went uncaptured until someone recognised him from his photograph on America's most wanted.


25) Absolute (Adj): Complete, Totally unlimited, Certain.
ఎట్టి పరిమితి లేని, పరిపూర్ణమైన.

Sen: Although the king of Siam was an absolute monarch, he did not want to behead his unfaithful wife, without absolute evidence of her infidelity.

Behead: శిరచ్చేదము.

Infidelity: నమ్మక ద్రోహం.


26) Absolve (V): Pardon (an offense)
నిరపరాధిగా ప్రకటించు.

Sen: The father confessor absolved him of his sins.

Pardon: క్షమించు,forgive, మర్నించు, క్షమాపణ.

Offense: నేరము.


27) Abstain (V): Refrain, Withhold from participation, Be away from, Keep away from voting.
దూరముగా వుండు, తటస్థముగా వుండు, తొలగి వుండు.

Sen: After considering the effect of alcohol on his athletic performance,, he decided to abstain from drinking while he trained for the race.


28) Abstemious (Adj): Sparing in eating and drinking, Temperate, Moderate, Not self-indulgent especially in eating and drinking.

Sen: Concerned whether her vegetarian son's abstemious diet provided him with sufficient protein, the worried mother pressed food on him.

Indulgent: Lenient, ఇష్ట ప్రకారం చేసేడు.


29) Abstinence (N): Restraint from eating or drinking.
కోరిక అణచుకోవడం.

Sen: The doctor recommended total abstinence from salted food.

Restraint: నిర్బంధము.


30) Abstract (Adj): Theoretical, Non concrete, Non representational, Having no material existence.
రూపం లేని, వెలికి తీయు, సారంశం.

Sen: To him, hunger was an abstract concept; he had never missed a meal.










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