Daily Vocabulary Words for 6th February

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Daily Vocabulary Words for 6th February :

  1. Bread (n) : food made of flour, food in general


  2. Breath (n) : width, diameter, latitude


  3. Break (v) : crack, discontinue


  4. Break (n) : fracture


  5. Break-down (n) : failure in the course of anything in motion, analysis


  6. Breaker (n) : a wave


  7. Breakfast (n) : first meal of the day


  8. Bream (n) : yellowish fresh-water fish


  9. Breast (n) : the chest


  10. Breast-plate (n) : protective plate for the breast armour


  11. Breath (n) : the air drawn in to and then expelled from the lungs


  12. Breath (v) : respire, whisper


  13. Breeches (n) : trousers


  14. Breed (n) : a kind, sort or race


  15. Breed (v) : produce, originate give birth to, bring up


  16. Breeze (n) : a gentle wind, a disturbance


  17. Brevity (n) : briefness, contraction


  18. Brew (v) : to make a liquor, to be gathering


  19. Bribe (n) : something given to influence unduly, illegal gratification


  20. Bribe (v) : influence by a bribe


  21. Bribery (n) : act of giving or taking bribes


  22. Brick (n) : a piece of burnt clay, loaf


  23. Brickbat (n) : a piece of brick


  24. Bridal (adj.) : relating to wedding


  25. Bride (n) : a woman about to be married


  26. Bridegroom (n) : a man about to be married


  27. Bridge (n) : a viaduct, gangway


  28. Bridle (n) : reins


  29. Bridle (v) : restrain, put on a bridle


  30. Brief (n) : a short statement of any-thing


  31. Brier (n) : thorny bush, thorn


  32. Brier (pl) : difficulties


  33. Brig (n) : two-masted sailing ship with square sails


  34. Brigade (n) : a division, an army


  35. Brigadier (n) : an officer who commands a brigade


  36. Brigand (n) : a highwayman, a robber


  37. Bright (adj.) : shining, giving much light, joyous, clever, clear


  38. Brighten (v) : make bright


  39. Brilliant (adj.) : glittering


  40. Brim (n) : upper edge, margin, brink


  41. Brimstone (n) : sulphur


  42. Brine (n) : salt water


  43. Bring (n) : to carry


  44. Brinjal (n) : mad-apple


  45. Brink (n) : the edge or border


  46. Briquette (n) : a brick-shaped block of compresses coal dust


  47. Brisk (adj.) : active


  48. Bristle (n) : short rough hair of certain animals


  49. Brittle (adj.) : easily broken


  50. Broad (adj.) : wide, extended, ample




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