Antonyms


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

  1. DISTANT
    1. far
    2. close
    3. imminent
    4. along

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    close (Adjective) : near in space and time ; almost in a particular state ; knowing somebody very well and liking him very much
    distant (Adjective) : far away in space and time ; remote ; not friendly ; not closely related
    far (Adjective) : at a greater distance away from you ; distant ; remote
    imminent (Adjective) : likely to happen very soon
    along (Preposition) : from one end to or towards the other end

    Correct Option: B

    close (Adjective) : near in space and time ; almost in a particular state ; knowing somebody very well and liking him very much
    distant (Adjective) : far away in space and time ; remote ; not friendly ; not closely related
    far (Adjective) : at a greater distance away from you ; distant ; remote
    imminent (Adjective) : likely to happen very soon
    along (Preposition) : from one end to or towards the other end


  1. EXHAUSTS
    1. tires
    2. empties
    3. invigorates
    4. drains

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    invigorates (Verb) : to make somebody feel healthy and full of energy.
    exhausts (Verb) : to make somebody feel very tired ; wear out tires (Verb) : to become tired/ make somebody feel the same ; weary
    empties (Verb) : to remove everything that is in a container, place, room, etc ; evacuates
    drains (Verb) : to make something empty or dry by removing all the liquid from it.

    Correct Option: C

    invigorates (Verb) : to make somebody feel healthy and full of energy.
    exhausts (Verb) : to make somebody feel very tired ; wear out tires (Verb) : to become tired/ make somebody feel the same ; weary
    empties (Verb) : to remove everything that is in a container, place, room, etc ; evacuates
    drains (Verb) : to make something empty or dry by removing all the liquid from it.



  1. MINIATURE
    1. large
    2. small
    3. heavy
    4. least

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    large (Adjective) : big in size or quantity ; wide in range and involving many things
    miniature (Adjective, Noun) : very small ; a very small painting or model
    small (Adjective) : not large in size, number, degree, amount, etc.
    heavy (Adjective) : weighing a lot
    least (Adjective) : smallest in size, number, degree, amount, etc.

    Correct Option: A

    large (Adjective) : big in size or quantity ; wide in range and involving many things
    miniature (Adjective, Noun) : very small ; a very small painting or model
    small (Adjective) : not large in size, number, degree, amount, etc.
    heavy (Adjective) : weighing a lot
    least (Adjective) : smallest in size, number, degree, amount, etc.


  1. INTEGRATION
    1. unity
    2. synthesis
    3. linking
    4. fragmentation

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    fragmentation (Noun) : separating something into fine particles
    integration (Noun) : the act or process of combining two or more things so that they may work together
    unity (Noun) : the state of being together to form one unit
    synthesis (Noun) : a combination of ideas, beliefs, styles, etc.
    linking (Noun) : a connection between two or more people or things

    Correct Option: D

    fragmentation (Noun) : separating something into fine particles
    integration (Noun) : the act or process of combining two or more things so that they may work together
    unity (Noun) : the state of being together to form one unit
    synthesis (Noun) : a combination of ideas, beliefs, styles, etc.
    linking (Noun) : a connection between two or more people or things



  1. OMIT
    1. exclude
    2. include
    3. undertake
    4. add

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    include (Verb) : to make something a part of something
    omit (Verb) : not include; leave out
    exclude (Verb) : not include ; leave out
    undertake (Verb) : to make yourself responsible for something and start doing it
    add (Verb) : to put together

    Correct Option: B

    include (Verb) : to make something a part of something
    omit (Verb) : not include; leave out
    exclude (Verb) : not include ; leave out
    undertake (Verb) : to make yourself responsible for something and start doing it
    add (Verb) : to put together