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Arihant’s Everyday Vocabulary book is intended to help students improve their vocabulary, as well as strengthen their writing and speaking skills. This book provides the English equivalents for Hindi words frequently used in daily conversation. More than 6000 frequently used English words are covered in this book. The book provides a simple method of pronunciation and meaning of these words.

Everyday Vocabulary by Arihant PDF
Everyday Vocabulary by Arihant PDF

The book contains useful words and phrases that you can use to enrich your daily conversations. It will also improve your listening skills as you will need to actively listen to the words in order to repeat them. The best part about this book is that it is appropriate for both kids and adults. It is suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds. The book is recommended for people who want to improve their vocabulary, as well as for people who want to learn new words.

Download Everyday Vocabulary More Than 6100 Words (English to Hindi) - Kumkum Gupta PDF
Everyday Vocabulary More Than 6100 Words (English to Hindi) – Kumkum Gupta

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This Book Covers:-

  • English Alphabet and Ordinals
  • Name of Some Reptiles, Water Living Creatures, Worms and Insects
  • Name of Ornaments and Jewels
  • Name of Minerals
  • Name of Professions and Occupations
  • Vegetables
  • Numerals
  • Name of Parts of Trees and Plants
  • Name of Parts of the Body
  • Name of Spices and Grocery Items
  • Name of Important Tools
  • Terminology of War-Fare
  • Name of Flowers
  • Name of Some Eatables and Potables
  • Domestic Articles
  • Name of Animals
  • Name of Musical Instruments
  • Trees and Plants 103
  • Words Used in Daily Routine
  • Dryfruits and Fruits
  • Name of Birds
  • Name of Cereals/Grains
  • Conditions of the Body and Diseases
  • Name of Relations
  • Name of Colours
  • Terms Used in Railways
  • Police Department
  • Terms Used in Hospitals
  • Name of Medical Sciences and Medicines
  • Terms Used in Banks
  • Terms Used in Post and Telegraph Department
  • Cries of Some Birds, Animals and Insects
  • Cries of Creatures
  • Clothes, Dresses, Wearing Apparels etc
  • Stationery Items and Office Requirements
  • Name of Building Parts and Some Buildings
  • Human Beings at Different Ages
  • Young Ones of Animals and Birds
  • How to Write a Name?
  • Silent Letters in Words
  • Some Important Dates
  • Constitution Related Words
  • Pronunciation of Vowels
  • Pronunciation
  • Terms Used in Schools and Colleges
  • Words Related to Computer
  • Name of Various Subjects
  • Pronunciation of Consonants
  • Name of Directions
  • Name of Planets in our Solar System
  • Terms Used in Sports and Games
  • Roman Numerals
  • Name of Seasons
  • Units Used for Distance and other Measurements
  • Name of Months
  • Name of Days
  • Time Measure


Synonyms and Antonyms Set of 2 Books PDF

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150 Vocabulary Words with Synoyms and Antonyms

1. INTERIM (ADJECTIVE): (अंतरिम): provisional
Synonyms: temporary, pro tem
Antonyms: permanent

2. DIFFUSE (ADJECTIVE): (तितर-बितर): verbose
Synonyms: wordy, prolix
Antonyms: succinct

3. EMBRACE (VERB): (अपना लेना): welcome
Synonyms: accept, take up
Antonyms: reject

4. PROMPT (VERB): (उत्तेजित करना): give rise to
Synonyms: cause, occasion
Antonyms: deter

5. DISSENT (NOUN): (मतभेद): difference of opinion
Synonyms: disagreement, argument
Antonyms: agreement

6. DETERMINATION (NOUN): (दृढ़-निश्चय): resolution
Synonyms: resolve, will power
Antonyms: pusillanimity

7. INQUISITIVE (ADJECTIVE): (जिज्ञासु): curious
Synonyms: intrigued, interested
Antonyms: uninterested

8. GARNER (VERB): (संचित करना): gather
Synonyms: collect, accumulate
Antonyms: disperse

9. INDIGENOUS (ADJECTIVE): (स्वदेशी): native
Synonyms: aboriginal, local
Antonyms: expatriate

10. DEVOTION (NOUN): (निष्ठा): loyalty
Synonyms: faithfulness, fidelity
Antonyms: disloyalty

11. PEER (NOUN): (सहकर्मी): fellow
Synonyms: co-worker, compeer
Antonyms: commoner, junior

12. AIDE (NOUN): (सहयोगी): assistant
Synonyms: helper, adviser
Antonyms: boss

13. DETAIN (VERB): (ज़ब्त करना): hold
Synonyms: seize, confine
Antonyms: release

14. EXEMPT (VERB): (छूट देना): spared
Synonyms: free from, not liable to
Antonyms: liable to, subject to

15. DWINDLE (VERB): (क्षीण होना): diminish
Synonyms: decrease, reduce
Antonyms: increase, flourish

16. CONSENT (NOUN): (सहमति): assent
Synonyms: agreement, permission
Antonyms: dissent, disagreement

17. INCUMBENT (ADJECTIVE): (पदधारी): present
Synonyms: current, existing
Antonyms: past, future

18. ACCOMMODATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (अनुग्राही): corrupt
Synonyms: adaptative, adaptive
Antonyms: maladaptive

19. AMELIORATE (VERB): (सुधार होना): improve
Synonyms: enhance, better
Antonyms: worsen

20. OUTRAGE (NOUN): (उल्लंघन करना): violate
Synonyms: infuriate, enrage
Antonyms: Compliment

21. CONTEND (VERB): (संघर्ष करना): face
Synonyms: cope with, grapple with
Antonyms: surrender, allow

22. NOTABLE (ADJECTIVE): (उल्लेखनीय): noteworthy
Synonyms: remarkable, outstanding
Antonyms: insignificant

23. DELINEATE (VERB): (चित्रित करना): set out
Synonyms: describe, set forth
Antonyms: confuse, twist

24. OUTLAY (NOUN): (व्यय): expenditure
Synonyms: expenses, spending
Antonyms: Income

25. INCONSPICUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अगोचर): unnoticeable
Synonyms: unobtrusive, unremarkable
Antonyms: conspicuous, noticeable\

26. VAUNT (VERB): (डींग हांकना): boast
Synonyms: show off
Antonyms: criticized, unsung

27. HEFT (VERB): (वज़न करना): lift
Synonyms: raise, raise up
Antonyms: put down

28. VINDICATE (VERB): (साबित कर देना): justify
Synonyms: warrant, substantiate
Antonyms: disprove

29. STAMPEDE (NOUN): (भगदड़): panic
Synonyms: rush, flight
Antonyms: retreat, standing

30. SANCTIFY (VERB): (शुद्ध करना): consecrate
Synonyms: bless, ordain
Antonyms: deconsecrate

31.CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अस्तव्यस्त): disorderly
Synonyms: disordered, disorganized
Antonyms: orderly

32. DEVASTATE (VERB): (तबाह करना): shatter
Synonyms: shock, stun
Antonyms: enrich

33. CONSTRAINT (NOUN): (बाध्यता): inhibition
Synonyms: uneasiness, embarrassment
Antonyms: openness

34. STEADY (ADJECTIVE): (स्थिर): stable
Synonyms: balanced, firm
Antonyms: unstable

35. DELIBERATION (NOUN): (सावधानी): care
Synonyms: caution, slowness
Antonyms: haste

36. UNANIMOUS (ADJECTIVE): (एकमत): united
Synonyms: like-minded, at one
Antonyms: divided

37. TOXIC (ADJECTIVE): (विषाक्त): poisonous
Synonyms: venomous, virulent
Antonyms: non-toxic

38. SEVERE (ADJECTIVE): (गंभीर): acute
Synonyms: serious, grave
Antonyms: minor

39. MONUMENTAL (ADJECTIVE): (स्मरणार्थ): huge
Synonyms: great, enormous
Antonyms: small

40. PERILOUS (ADJECTIVE): (जोखिमी): dangerous
Synonyms: hazardous, risky
Antonyms: safe

41. DISPEL (VERB): (दूर करना) allay
Synonyms: drive away thought, resolve
Antonyms: recall, take in

42. LAY DOWN (VERB): (आदेश देना) command
Synonyms: impose, order
Antonyms: implore, request

43. PREMISE (NOUN): (उपधारणा) presumption 
Synonyms: proposition, supposition
Antonyms: denial, rejection

44. UNPALATABLE (ADJECTIVE): (बेस्वाद) not tasting good
Synonyms: distasteful, unsavoury
Antonyms: delicious, savoury

45. AFTERMATH (NOUN): (परिणाम) impact
Synonyms: outcome, consequences
Antonyms: source, origin

46. ABSOLUTE (ADJECTIVE): (अपरिमित) without limit
Synonyms: infinite, unlimited
Antonyms: bounded, limited

47. PREPONDERATE (VERB): (प्रभुत्व रखना) dominate
Synonyms: dictate, overrule
Antonyms: follow, lose

48. DILUTE (VERB): (मिलावट करना) adulterate
Synonyms: make thinner, water down
Antonyms: make thicker, concentrate

49. MOOT (ADJECTIVE): (संदिग्ध) doubtful
Synonyms: dubious, questionable
Antonyms: proven, definite

50. TRAGIC (ADJECTIVE): (भयंकर) appalling
Synonyms: awful, deplorable
Antonyms: pleasant, wonderful

51. MERE (ADJECTIVE): (एकमात्र): trifling
Synonyms: meagre, bare
Antonyms: important

52. SPAWN (VERB): (उत्पन्न करना): give rise to
Synonyms: occasion, generate
Antonyms: destroy, kill

53. DISCHARGE (VERB): (मुक्त करना): pour
Synonyms: release, eject
Antonyms: absorb

54. FLAWED (ADJECTIVE): (त्रुटिपूर्ण): unsound
Synonyms: defective, faulty
Antonyms: sound

55. HAVOC (NOUN): (अव्यवस्था): disorder
Synonyms: chaos, disruption
Antonyms: peace

56. CONTEMPT (NOUN): (अपमान): scorn
Synonyms: disdain, disrespect
Antonyms: respect

57. COMBAT (NOUN): (युद्ध): battle
Synonyms: fighting action
Antonyms: harmony

58. HERD (VERB): (देखभाल करना): look after
Synonyms: take care of, keep
Antonyms: neglect

59. DYNAMIC (ADJECTIVE): (ऊर्जस्वी): energetic
Synonyms: spirited, active
Antonyms: half-hearted

60. EXPEDITE (VERB): (जल्दी करना): speed up
Synonyms: accelerate, hurry
Antonyms: delay

61.COMMERCIAL (ADJECTIVE): (लाभ के उदेश्यवाला): profit-oriented
Synonyms: money-oriented, commercialized
Antonyms: non-profit-making

62. AMORAL (ADJECTIVE): (नीतिहीन): unprincipled
Synonyms: unethical, unscrupulous
Antonyms: moral

63. FACILITATE (VERB): (सुविधाजनक बनाना): ease
Synonyms: enable, assist
Antonyms: impede

64. OUTBREAK (NOUN): (प्रकोप): eruption
Synonyms: flare-up, upsurge
Antonyms: pacification

65. CONTEMPT (NOUN): (निंदा): scorn
Synonyms: disdain, disrespect
Antonyms: respect

66. ANIMOSITY (NOUN): (बैर): antipathy
Synonyms: hostility, friction
Antonyms: friendship

67. ERADICATE (VERB): (जड़ से मिटाना): get rid of
Synonyms: eliminate, do away with
Antonyms: implant

68. REPRESSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (दमनकारी): oppressive
Synonyms: authoritarian, despotic
Antonyms: democratic

69. HUMILIATE (VERB): (शर्मिंदा करना): embarrass
Synonyms: mortify, humble
Antonyms: aggrandize

70. MAR (VERB): (बिगाड़ना): spoil
Synonyms: ruin, impair
Antonyms: improve

71. EXCLUSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (पूर्ण): complete
Synonyms: full, entire
Antonyms: partial

72. SUBVERT (VERB): (व्‍यवस्‍था भंग करना): destabilize
Synonyms: unsettle, overthrow
Antonyms: keep

73. PRECAUTIONARY (ADJECTIVE): (निवारक): preventative
Synonyms: preventive, safety
Antonyms: indifferent

74. URGE (VERB): (अनुरोध करना): encourage
Synonyms: enjoin, adjure
Antonyms: discourage

75. GROUNDBREAKING (ADJECTIVE): (अभूतपूर्व): innovative
Synonyms: pioneering, advanced
Antonyms: conservative

76. INTENSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (गहन): thorough
Synonyms: in-depth, concentrated
Antonyms: superficial

77. WANE (VERB): (कम होना): decrease
Synonyms: decline, diminish
Antonyms: increase

78. GHASTLY (ADJECTIVE): (भयंकर): terrible
Synonyms: frightful, horrible
Antonyms: pleasant

79. BLEND (VERB): (मिश्रित करना): mix
Synonyms: mingle, combine
Antonyms: clash

80. LAPSE (VERB): (बिगड़ना): deteriorate
Synonyms: decline, fall
Antonyms: improve

81. UNCERTAINTY (NOUN): (अनिश्चितता): unpredictability
Synonyms: unreliability, precariousness
Antonyms: certainty

82. RESUMPTION (NOUN): (पुनरारंभ): restart
Synonyms: restarting, reopening
Antonyms: suspension

83. SPARK (VERB): (कारण होना): give rise to
Synonyms: cause, set in motion
Antonyms: bring to an end

84. INSTANTLY (ADVERB): (तत्काल): immediately
Synonyms: at once, straight away
Antonyms: eventually

85. INTRINSIC (ADJECTIVE): (आंतरिक): inherent
Synonyms: innate, inborn
Antonyms: extrinsic

86. STIMULATE (VERB): (उकसाना): encourage
Synonyms: prompt, prod
Antonyms: discourage

87. CONSOLIDATE (VERB): (मजबूत करना): strengthen
Synonyms: secure, stabilize
Antonyms: weaken

88. ADORABLE (ADJECTIVE): (प्यारा): lovable
Synonyms: appealing, charming
Antonyms: hateful

89. HUMANITARIAN (ADJECTIVE): (मानवीय): compassionate
Synonyms: humane, unselfish
Antonyms: selfish

90. TUSSLE (NOUN): (संघर्ष): scuffle
Synonyms: fight, struggle
Antonyms: accord

91. MORATORIUM (NOUN): (प्रतिबंध): embargo
Synonyms: ban, prohibition
Antonyms: renewal

92. APPEALING (ADJECTIVE): (आकर्षक): attractive
Synonyms: engaging, alluring
Antonyms: off-putting

93. HOSTILITY (NOUN): (युद्ध): fighting
Synonyms: conflict, combat
Antonyms: peace

94. PERTINENT (ADJECTIVE): (प्रासंगिक): relevant
Synonyms: to the point apposite
Antonyms: irrelevant

95. AGITATE (VERB): (उत्तेजित करना): upset
Synonyms: perturb, fluster
Antonyms: calm

96. TIRESOME (ADJECTIVE): (थकानेवाला): boring
Synonyms: dull, tedious
Antonyms: interesting

97. ABANDONED (ADJECTIVE): (असंयत): uninhibited
Synonyms: reckless, unrestrained
Antonyms: restrained

98. BUTTRESS (VERB): (समर्थन देना): strengthen
Synonyms: reinforce, fortify
Antonyms: weaken

99. PROMINENT (ADJECTIVE):(अगोचर): conspicuous
Synonyms: noticeable, obvious
Antonyms: inconspicuous

100. DETENTION (NOUN): (क़ैद): custody
Synonyms: imprisonment, confinement
Antonyms: relinquishment

101. CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अराजक): disorderly
Synonyms: disordered, disorganized
Antonyms: orderly

102. BRUTALITY (NOUN): (निर्दयता): savagery
Synonyms: cruelty, viciousness
Antonyms: gentleness

103. INCUR (VERB): (अपने ऊपर लेना): suffer
Synonyms: sustain, experience
Antonyms: avoid

104. MUTUAL (ADJECTIVE): (पारस्परिक): reciprocal
Synonyms: reciprocated, requited
Antonyms: detached

105. HOSTILITY (NOUN): (शत्रुता): antagonism
Synonyms: bitterness, malevolence
Antonyms: friendliness

106. UNPRECEDENTED (ADJECTIVE): (अभूतपूर्व): unexpected
Synonyms: unmatched, unequalled
Antonyms: normal, common

107. PROSPECT (NOUN): (संभावना): hope
Synonyms: likelihood, expectation
Antonyms: viewlessness, dimness

108. DISCREET (ADJECTIVE): (विचारशील): careful
Synonyms: circumspect, cautious
Antonyms: indiscreet

109. PREVALENCE (NOUN): (प्रसार): currency
Synonyms: generality, pervasiveness
Antonyms: uncommonness

110. DIFFUSE (ADJECTIVE): (बिखरा हुआ): diffused
Synonyms: scattered, dispersed
Antonyms: concentrated

111. KINDLE (VERB): (प्रज्वलित करना): light
Synonyms: ignite, set fire to
Antonyms: douse

112. RATIFY (VERB): (पुष्टि करना): confirm
Synonyms: approve, sanction
Antonyms: reject

113. PARTLY (ADVERB): (आंशिक रूप में): in part
Synonyms: partially, somewhat
Antonyms: completely

114. COHERENCE (NOUN): (स्थिरता): consistency
Synonyms: soundness, organization
Antonyms: incoherence

115. TOXIC (ADJECTIVE): (अप्रिय): unpleasant
Synonyms: very bad, harmful
Antonyms: pleasant

116. REVOKE (VERB): (रद्द करना): cancel
Synonyms: repeal, rescind
Antonyms: introduce

117. SPECIFIC (ADJECTIVE): (सटीक): exact
Synonyms: accurate, precise
Antonyms: vague

118. AGITATION (NOUN): (आवेश): anxiety
Synonyms: perturbation, disquiet
Antonyms: calmness

119. BYGONE (ADJECTIVE): (पुराना): ancient
Synonyms: past, former
Antonyms: contemporary

120. STIMULATE (VERB): (प्रेरित करना): encourage
Synonyms: prompt, prod
Antonyms: discourage

121. COGNIZANT (ADJECTIVE): (जानकार): aware
Synonyms: conscious apprised
Antonyms: unaware

122. EMBELLISH (VERB): (अधिक रोचक बनाना): elaborate
Synonyms: embroider, exaggerate
Antonyms: simplify

123. JUDICIAL (ADJECTIVE): (न्यायिक): legal
Synonyms: judiciary, juridical
Antonyms: ilegal

124. FACTION (NOUN): (अंदरूनी कलह): infighting
Synonyms: dissension, dissent
Antonyms: harmony

125. JEOPARDIZE (VERB): (जोखिम में डालना): threaten
Synonyms: endanger, imperil
Antonyms: safegaurd

126. TRANQUILLITY (NOUN): (शांति): peace
Synonyms: repose, calm
Antonyms: commotion

127. TEMERITY (NOUN): (धृष्टता): audacity
Synonyms: boldness, nerve
Antonyms: shyness

128. CLAMOUR (NOUN): (कोलाहल): din
Synonyms: racket, uproar
Antonyms: silence

129. DISSEMINATION (NOUN): (प्रसार): spreading
Synonyms: circulation distribution
Antonyms: suppressing

130. DRAB (ADJECTIVE): (बेरंग): colourless
Synonyms: grey, dull
Antonyms: bright

140. NIMBLE (ADJECTIVE): (फुर्तीला): agile
Synonyms: lithe, sprightly
Antonyms: stiff

142. MORATORIUM (NOUN): (प्रतिबंध): embargo
Synonyms: ban, prohibition
Antonyms: renewal

143. MYSTERIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (रहस्यमय): enigmatic
Synonyms: inscrutable, secretive
Antonyms: open

144. THRIVE (VERB): (फलना-फूलना): flouris
Synonyms: prosper, burgeon
Antonyms: fail, collapse

145. SUBVERSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (विनाशक): disruptive
Synonyms: inflammatory, insurgent
Antonyms: loyal

146. CAPTIVATE (VERB): (मोह लेना): enthrall
Synonyms: charm, enchant
Antonyms: repel

147. ABANDONED (ADJECTIVE): (असंयत): uninhibited
Synonyms: reckless, unrestrained
Antonyms: restrained

148. BUTTRESS (VERB): (समर्थन देना): strengthen
Synonyms: reinforce, fortify
Antonyms: weaken

149. ENLIVEN (VERB): (हर्षित करना): cheer up
Synonyms: raise someone’s spirits, uplift
Antonyms: subdue

150. DETENTION (NOUN): (क़ैद): custody
Synonyms: imprisonment, confinement
Antonyms: relinquishment


The present book is a perfect guide to improving your vocabulary by adding new words to your vocabulary list. This book is specifically designed for learners of Hindi and Urdu. The daily life words like ‘Health’, ‘Work’, etc. are included for better word association. This book contains more than 6100 such words that are used in day-to-day life for a conversation.

The purpose of this book is to make the students aware of words that they should know in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. As a student, you will be able to express yourself much better once you have a good vocabulary. Every day you get to hear new words being coined and that is the reason behind making this book. You will find many new words in this book and it is sure to help you learn new words and acquire new vocabulary.

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