Important Vocabulary For DSSSB Exam: 8th May 2018

Important Vocabulary For Teaching Exam

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1. Capricious [kuh-prish-uh s, -pree-shuh s]
Adjective: subject to, led by, or indicative of a sudden, odd notion or unpredictable change; erratic; fanciful or witty.
Synonyms: carelessly, eccentrically, unevenly.

2. Whimsical [hwim-zi-kuh l, wim-]
Adjective: given to whimsy or fanciful notions; capricious; of the nature of or proceeding from whimsy, as thoughts or actions; erratic; unpredictable
Synonyms: a few times, hardly, occasionally, rarely, scarcely, sometimes, sporadically, every now and then, from time to time, hardly ever, in a few cases, inhabitually, irregularly, little.
Antonyms: frequently, regularly, often, usually.

3. Reconciliation [rek-uh n-sil-ee-ey-shuh n]
Noun: an act of reconciling, as when former enemies agree to an amicable truce; the state of being reconciled, as when someone becomes resigned to something not desired; the process of making consistent or compatible.
Synonyms: accord, agreement, compromise, harmony, rapprochement, settlement.
Antonyms: disagreement, dissension.

4. Manifest [man-uh-fest]
Adjective: readily perceived by the eye or the understanding; evident; obvious; apparent; plain.
Verb: to make clear or evident to the eye or the understanding; show plainly; to prove; put beyond doubt or question; to record in a ship's manifest.
Noun: a list of the cargo carried by a ship, made for the use of various agents and officials at the ports of destination; a list or invoice of goods transported by truck or train.
Related forms: manifestly, adverb.
Synonyms: clearly, evidently, officially, plainly, patently, conspicuously, expressly, in plain sight, indubitably, openly, overtly, palpably, perceptibly.
Antonyms: vaguely, dubiously, equivocally, improbably.

5. Arbitrary [ahr-bi-trer-ee]
Adjective: subject to individual will or judgment without restriction; contingent solely upon one's discretion; decided by a judge or arbiter rather than by a law or statute; having unlimited power; uncontrolled or unrestricted by law; despotic; tyrannical.
Synonyms: capricious, discretionary, erratic, frivolous, inconsistent, irrational, irresponsible, random, subjective, unreasonable, willful, approximate, fanciful.
Antonyms: consistent, definite, dependable, logical.

6. Violative [vahy-uh-ley-tiv, vahy-uh-luh-tiv]
Adjective: involving violation.
Synonyms: adverse, antagonistic, antithetical, contradictory, differing, paradoxical, reversed, antipodal, contrary, counter, facing, hostile, independent.
Antonyms: agreeing, similar, compatible, like.

Example: You have to first take cognizance of four major disruptive trends in knowledge management.

7. Cognizance [kog-nuh-zuh ns, kon-uh-]
Noun: awareness, realization, or knowledge; notice; perception; Law. judicial notice as taken by a court in dealing with a cause; the right of taking jurisdiction, as possessed by a court; acknowledgment; admission, as a plea admitting the fact alleged in the declaration; the range or scope of knowledge, observation, etc.
Synonyms: attention, bearing, cognition, grasp, heed, insight, jurisdiction, knowledge, mark, notice, observation, perception, recognition.
Antonyms: disregard, heedlessness, ignorance, inattention.

8. Disruptive [dis-ruhp-tiv]
Adjective: causing, tending to cause, or caused by disruption; disrupting ; Business. relating to or noting a new product, service, or idea that radically changes an industry or business strategy, especially by creating a new market and disrupting an existing one.
Synonyms: disturbing, rowdy, troublesome, unruly, upsetting, disorderly, distracting, obstreperous, off-base, out-of-line, out-of-order, troublemaking.
Antonyms: calming, disciplined, settling, soothing.

Example: They also do not want to deal with clunky interfaces that characterise many learning management systems (LMSs).

9. Clunky [kluhng-kee]
Adjective: awkwardly heavy or clumsy.
Synonyms: bulky, burdensome, embarrassing, heavy, inconvenient, ponderous, tiresome, unwieldy, clunker, clunking, cumbrous, galumphing, hefty, incommodious.
Antonyms: aiding, airy, convenient, easy.

10. Interface [noun in-ter-feys; verb in-ter-feys, in-ter-feys]
Noun: a surface regarded as the common boundary of two bodies, spaces, or phases; the facts, problems, considerations, theories, practices, etc., shared by two or more disciplines, procedures, or fields of study; a common boundary or interconnection between systems, equipment, concepts, or human beings.
Synonyms: admix, alloy, ally, coalesce, combine, compound, consolidate, fuse, incorporate, integrate, intermix, meld, merge.
Antonyms: disconnect, disjoin, divide, part.