CAT Vocabulary for 12th February

English Vocabulary Index

CAT Vocabulary for 12th February :

  1. Candid (adj.) : frank, outspoken


  2. Candidate (n) : one who offers himself for an office, examinee


  3. Candle (n) : a stick of wax with a wick to give light when burnt


  4. Candy (n) : sugar candy; a south India weight(20 maunds)


  5. Cane (n) : stem of a kind of reed or stout grass, a walking stick


  6. Cane (v) : punish with a cane


  7. Canine (adj.) : belonging to the dog family


  8. Canon (n) : a big gun


  9. Canny (adj.) : clever, shrewd


  10. Canoe (n) : a small boat plied with oars


  11. Canon (n) : a general rule, a church official


  12. Canopy (n) : a covering above a throne or bed


  13. Canteen (n) : a refreshment house, can to


  14. Canteen (n) : the division of a poem


  15. Cantonment (n) : a place intended for stationing the military


  16. Canvas (n) : a coarse cloth made of hemp


  17. Canvass (v) : solicit votes; go about seeking help or patronage


  18. Cap (n) : a head dress


  19. Cap (v) : cover with a cap


  20. Capability (n) : capacity


  21. Capable (adj.) : having ability to do


  22. Capacious (adj.) : roomy


  23. Capacitate (v) : make capable, enable


  24. Capacity (n) : receiving power, power of mind


  25. Caparison (n) : decorative wear of a horse


  26. Caparison (v) : decorate with special dress


  27. Cape (n) : a point of land running into the sea


  28. Capillary (n) : a hair-like blood vessel


  29. Capital (n) : the chief city of a country principal


  30. Capital (adj.) : chief, excellent, capital punishment


  31. Capitalist (n) : one who possesses money or capital


  32. Capitalize (v) : add to capital , utilise


  33. Capitulate (v) : surrender


  34. Caprice (n) : a change of opinion without reason, fancy


  35. Capricious (adj.) : unsteady, fickle minded


  36. Capsize (v) : upset, overturn


  37. Capsize (n) : overturn


  38. Captain (n) : a head


  39. Captain (v) : be the leader of


  40. Caption (n) : heading


  41. Captivate (v) : charm, enslave


  42. Captive (n) : one taken prisoner, salve


  43. Captivity (n) : state of being a prisoner


  44. Capture (v) : take by force


  45. Car (n) : a vehicle moved on wheels


  46. Caravan (n) : a company of travellers, any kind of house on wheels


  47. Carbon (n) : charcoal




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