1. REVAMP (VERB): (सुधार) give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to.
Synonyms: renovat, refurbish
Experts will be hired to train teachers and revamp the curriculum.
2. ANTITHESIS (NOUN): (प्रतिपक्ष) a person or thing that is the direct opposite of someone or something else.
Synonyms: inverse, contrast
Love is the antithesis of selfishness.
3. ENVISION (VERB): (कल्पना करना) imagine as a future possibility; visualize.
Synonyms: visualize, imagine
She envisioned the admiring glances of guests seeing her home.
4. PECULIAR (ADJ.): (अजीब) different to what is normal or expected; strange.
Synonyms: unusual, uncanny
He gave her some very peculiar looks.
5. COMPEL (VERB): (दबाव डालना) force or oblige (someone) to do something.
Synonyms: impel, enforce
A sense of duty compelled Harry to answer her questions.
6. ENTRUST (VERB): (सौंपना) assign the responsibility for doing something to (someone).
Synonyms: grant, withhold
I've been entrusted with the task of getting him safely back.
7. AMBIT (NOUN): (सीमा) the scope, extent, or bounds of something.
Synonyms: limits, range
A full discussion of this complex issue was beyond the ambit of one book.
8. AVENUE (NOUN): (मार्ग) a way of approaching a problem or making progress towards something.
Synonyms: direction, path
Three possible avenues of research suggested themselves.