Antonyms


Direction: In the following questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

  1. RAPID
    1. happy
    2. fall
    3. slow
    4. abnormal

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    slow (Adjective) : not done quickly
    rapid (Adjective) : happening in a short period of time ; done or happening very quickly
    happy (Adjective) : cheerful
    fall (Noun/Verb) : act of falling; waterfall; a decrease in size, number, rate/level to drop down from a higher level to a lower level
    abnormal (Adjective) : different from what is usual or expected, especially in a way that is worrying, harmful or not wanted

    Correct Option: C

    slow (Adjective) : not done quickly
    rapid (Adjective) : happening in a short period of time ; done or happening very quickly
    happy (Adjective) : cheerful
    fall (Noun/Verb) : act of falling; waterfall; a decrease in size, number, rate/level to drop down from a higher level to a lower level
    abnormal (Adjective) : different from what is usual or expected, especially in a way that is worrying, harmful or not wanted


  1. SEVERE
    1. sharp
    2. mild
    3. important
    4. cut

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    mild (Adjective) : not severe or strong ; gentle and kind ; slight
    severe (Adjective) : harsh ; violent ; serious ; stern ; not kind
    sharp (Adjective) : very pointed or violent
    important (Adjective) : significant
    cut (Verb) : to something make an opening in

    Correct Option: B

    mild (Adjective) : not severe or strong ; gentle and kind ; slight
    severe (Adjective) : harsh ; violent ; serious ; stern ; not kind
    sharp (Adjective) : very pointed or violent
    important (Adjective) : significant
    cut (Verb) : to something make an opening in



  1. REVEAL
    1. disclose
    2. cover
    3. hide
    4. veil

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    hide (Verb) : to conceal; to cover
    reveal (Verb) : to show ; to disclose; to display
    disclose (Verb) : to show ; to display
    cover (Verb) : to hide ; to conceal
    veil (Verb) : to cover your face with a veil; shroud

    Correct Option: C

    hide (Verb) : to conceal; to cover
    reveal (Verb) : to show ; to disclose; to display
    disclose (Verb) : to show ; to display
    cover (Verb) : to hide ; to conceal
    veil (Verb) : to cover your face with a veil; shroud


  1. FATIGUED
    1. weakened
    2. energised
    3. tired
    4. activated

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    energised (Verb) : to make somebody enthusiastic about something ; to give somebody more energy, strength etc. fatigued (Adjective) : exhausted; very tired, both physically and mentally
    weakened (Adjective) : made weak or weaker, reduced in strength
    tired (Adjective) : weary ; needing rest
    activated (Adjective) : made active

    Correct Option: B

    energised (Verb) : to make somebody enthusiastic about something ; to give somebody more energy, strength etc. fatigued (Adjective) : exhausted; very tired, both physically and mentally
    weakened (Adjective) : made weak or weaker, reduced in strength
    tired (Adjective) : weary ; needing rest
    activated (Adjective) : made active



  1. AUTONOMY
    1. slavery
    2. subordination
    3. dependence
    4. submissiveness

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    dependence (Noun) : the state of being dependent
    autonomy (Noun) : independence; the freedom for a country, a region or an organization to govern itself independently
    slavery (Noun) : the state of being a slave
    subordination (Noun) : the state of being subordinate to something
    submissiveness (Noun) : the state of being willing to yield to the will of another person or a superior force

    Correct Option: C

    dependence (Noun) : the state of being dependent
    autonomy (Noun) : independence; the freedom for a country, a region or an organization to govern itself independently
    slavery (Noun) : the state of being a slave
    subordination (Noun) : the state of being subordinate to something
    submissiveness (Noun) : the state of being willing to yield to the will of another person or a superior force