1. REITERATE (VERB): (बार बार दुहराना) say something again or a number of times
Synonyms: repeat, restate
She reiterated that the government would remain steadfast in its support.
2. UNWAVERING (ADJ.): (अटूट) not wavering; steady
Synonyms: resolute, fixed
She fixed him with an unwavering stare.
3. AGITATION (NOUN): (परेशानी) anxiety
Synonyms: disquiet, perturbation
She was wringing her hands in agitation.
4. AMEND (VERB): (संशोधन) make minor changes
Synonyms: alter, modify
The rule was amended to apply only to non-members.
5. IMPOSE (VERB): (थोपना) force (an unwelcome decision or ruling) on someone.
Synonyms: inflict, foist
The decision was theirs and was not imposed on them by others.
6. RESIST (VERB): (विरोध) try to prevent by action or argument.
Synonyms: oppose, defy
we will resist changes to the treaty.
7. IMPART (VERB): (बताना) make (information) known.
Synonyms: promulgate, divulge
The teachers imparted a great deal of knowledge to their pupils.
8. ATTRIBUTE (VERB): (मत्थे मढ़ना) regard something as being caused by.
Synonyms: ascribe, credit
He attributed the firm's success to the efforts of the managing director.
9. VOLUNTARY (ADJ.): (स्वैच्छिक) done, given, or acting of one's own free will
Synonyms: discretionary, optional
we are funded by voluntary contributions.
10. FETTLE (NOUN): (अवस्था) condition
Synonyms: fitness, state
He was in fine fettle.
11. PURPORT (VERB): (मुराद) appear to be or do something, especially falsely.
Synonyms: profess, claim
She is not the person she purports to be.
12. MORASS (NOUN): (दलदल) a complicated or confused situation
Synonyms: chaos, tangle
She would become lost in a morass of lies and explanations.
13. EXACERBATE (VERB): (ख़राब करना) make worse
Synonyms: intensify, aggravate
The exorbitant cost of land in urban areas only exacerbated the problem.