GMAT Vocabulary for 22nd March



English Vocabulary Index

GMAT Vocabulary for 22nd March :

  1. Dishonour (n) : shame disgrace, refusal to pay money


  2. Dishonour (v) : bring shame on, refuse to accept or pay


  3. Disillusion (v) : remove a wrong view or opinion


  4. Disincline (v) : be unwilling, produce, dislike


  5. Disinfect (v) : to free from infection by destroying disease germs


  6. Disinfectant (n) : medicine that purifies


  7. Disinherit (v) : take away right to property from


  8. Disintegrate (v) : reduce to fragments, fall off, crumble


  9. Disinter (v) : take out (a dead body) from the grave


  10. Disinterested (adj.) : without any partiality, unbiased


  11. Disjointed (adj.) : disconnected, dislocated


  12. Dislike (n) : a feeling of not liking


  13. Dislike (v) : to be displeased with hate


  14. Dislocate (v) : displace, disorder, to put out of joint


  15. Dislodge (v) : remove from a position(or) place


  16. Disloyal (adj.) : faithless, false


  17. Disloyalty (n) : faithlessness


  18. Dismal (adj.) : sad, gloomy, unpleasant


  19. Dismantle (v) : pull down the accessories


  20. Dismiss (v) : remove, send away, to send a person from his employment


  21. Dismount (v) : to get down from a horse


  22. Disobedient (adj.) : refusing to carry out commands or to observe rules, not obeying


  23. Disobey (v) : transgress, rebel, defy


  24. Disoblige (v) : fail to oblige


  25. Disorder (n) : confusion, want of order, illness


  26. Disorganize (v) : to pot out of order and throw into confusion


  27. Disown (v) : deny, disclaim, refuse to own


  28. Disparage (v) : depreciate, dishonour, underestimate


  29. Disparity (v) : inequality, difference


  30. Dispassion (n) : calmness


  31. Dispassion (adj.) : dispassionate


  32. Dispassionately (adj.) : impartially, coolly, calmly


  33. Dispel (v) : to drive away, clear, away


  34. Dispensable (adj.) : unnecessary


  35. Dispensary (n) : a place where medicines are compound and given a place where medical advice is given


  36. Dispense (v) : deal out, distribute, mix and prepare medicines and give, drive away


  37. Dispeople (v) : depopulate


  38. Disperse (v) : scatter, spread


  39. Dispirited (adj.) : disheartened, depressed, discouraged




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