More words knowledge, better your communication -both the oral and written. That is the reason whether you are sitting for government jobs or forÂ entranceÂ tests for eliteÂ managementÂ schools, you are tested for your knowledge of words. The thirdÂ word powerÂ Â test sets for increasingÂ vocabularyÂ was already for you a few weeks ago. Now here is the fourth one. Better Â word knowledge Â is an enthralling life long journey. New Â words should to be collected, tasted, tried and tested , so that your speech and Â writing Â improve.The more choices you have in your vocabulary, the more likely you will communicate with clarity. Your language choices will have subtlety and depth, conveying more precisely and efficiently what it is you want to say.
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Monks are common example of ascetic personsIncorrect
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‘Miso’ comes from the Greek root ‘misein’ which means ‘to hate’ and ‘gynist’ comes from the Greek word ‘gyne’ ,which means ‘woman’.Incorrect
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Comes from Greek word ‘geras’ meaning ‘old age’ and Greek word ‘iatreia’ meaning ‘medical healing’.Incorrect
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Poly means “many’ and chrome means colourIncorrect
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The word is derived from Latin ‘corrigo’ meaning to ‘correct’ and the negative prefix ‘in’.Incorrect
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Comes from Latin word ‘ aequus’ meaning equal and vox, vocis meaning ‘voice’. Hence, Equivocate means saying both yes and no with equal voice.Incorrect
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It means common man or the masses. It originated comes from Latin word ‘popul’ meaning ‘people’Incorrect
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A parochial person is biased towards his own place and thinks that people or culture of his region is best. He discriminate on that basis.Incorrect
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