Antonyms


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

  1. AMPLE
    1. meagre
    2. quantitative
    3. sufficient
    4. tasty

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    meagre (Adjective) : paltry ; small in quantity and poor in quality
    ample (Adjective) : enough or more than enough; plenty of
    quantitative (Adjective) : connected with the amount or number of something rather than with how good it is
    sufficient (Adjective) : enough for a particular purpose
    tasty (Adjective) : very delicious

    Correct Option: A

    meagre (Adjective) : paltry ; small in quantity and poor in quality
    ample (Adjective) : enough or more than enough; plenty of
    quantitative (Adjective) : connected with the amount or number of something rather than with how good it is
    sufficient (Adjective) : enough for a particular purpose
    tasty (Adjective) : very delicious


  1. LATCNT
    1. Primitive
    2. evident
    3. potent
    4. talented

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    evident (Adjective) : obvious; clear; easily seen latent (Adjective) : existing, but not yet very noticeable active or well–developed
    primitive (Adjective) : belonging to a very simple society with no industry, etc; belonging to an early stage in the development of humans/animals; very simple and old–fashioned; crude
    potent (Adjective) : powerful; having a strong effect on your mind or body
    talented (Adjective) : having a natural ability to do something well

    Correct Option: B

    evident (Adjective) : obvious; clear; easily seen latent (Adjective) : existing, but not yet very noticeable active or well–developed
    primitive (Adjective) : belonging to a very simple society with no industry, etc; belonging to an early stage in the development of humans/animals; very simple and old–fashioned; crude
    potent (Adjective) : powerful; having a strong effect on your mind or body
    talented (Adjective) : having a natural ability to do something well



  1. CAMOUFLAGE
    1. hide
    2. reveal
    3. disguise
    4. pretended

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    reveal (Verb) : to show; to disclose
    camouflage (Verb) : to hide somebody or something by making him or it look like the things around, or like something else
    hide (Verb) : to conceal
    disguise (Verb) : to change your appearance so that people may not recognise you ; to conceal
    pretended (Verb) : to behave in such a way as to make other people believe something that is not true

    Correct Option: B

    reveal (Verb) : to show; to disclose
    camouflage (Verb) : to hide somebody or something by making him or it look like the things around, or like something else
    hide (Verb) : to conceal
    disguise (Verb) : to change your appearance so that people may not recognise you ; to conceal
    pretended (Verb) : to behave in such a way as to make other people believe something that is not true


  1. DORMANT
    1. Strong
    2. humble
    3. quick
    4. active

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    active (Adjective) : busy doing things
    dormant (Adjective) : not active; in active
    strong (Adjective) : powerful
    humble (Adjective) : polite; calm
    quick (Adjective) : fast

    Correct Option: D

    active (Adjective) : busy doing things
    dormant (Adjective) : not active; in active
    strong (Adjective) : powerful
    humble (Adjective) : polite; calm
    quick (Adjective) : fast



  1. SALIENT
    1. correct
    2. insignificant
    3. central
    4. convenient

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    insignificant (Adjective) : not big or valuable enough to be stressed
    salient (Adjective) : most important or noticeable
    correct (Adjective) : right
    central (Adjective) : considered important ; most important
    convenient (Adjective) : useful; easy or quick to do

    Correct Option: B

    insignificant (Adjective) : not big or valuable enough to be stressed
    salient (Adjective) : most important or noticeable
    correct (Adjective) : right
    central (Adjective) : considered important ; most important
    convenient (Adjective) : useful; easy or quick to do