Government Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

Government Vocabulary for 19th September :

  1. Revert (v): turn back, go or send back to a former position


  2. Revet (v): strengthen by putting up additional wall etc


  3. Revetment (n): a retaining wall


  4. Review (n): revisal, a criticism, inspection


  5. Review (v): view over again, criticize


  6. Revise (v): to read several times to make corrections, reconsider


  7. Revival (n): re-animation, awakening


  8. Revive (v): bring to life, grow again


  9. Revoke (v): repeal, annul


  10. Revolt (n): a rebellion


  11. Revolt (v): rebel


  12. Revolution (n): mutiny, rebelliorriot, rotation


  13. Revolutionary (adj.): rebellious, involving violent change


  14. Revolutionize (v): change thoroughly


  15. Revolve (v): roll, rotate, turn


  16. Revolver (n): gun with a revolving, mechanism


  17. Revulsion (n): a sudden separation, a violent change of feeling


  18. Reward (v): recompense for service or merit


  19. Reward (n): repayment


  20. Rewrite (v): write again


  21. Rhetoric (n): art of speaking or writing with good effect


  22. Rheumatism (n): a painful inflammation in the joints and muscles


  23. Rhinoceros (n): a large and powerful animal with one or to stout, conical median horns on the snout


  24. Rhomb (n): a quadrilateral with the four sides equal and its diagonals intersecting each other at right angles


  25. Rhyme (n): a verse with accordant sounds at the end of the lines, a short poem


  26. Rhythm (n): periodical accents


  27. Ribald (adj.): vulgar


  28. Riband (n): fillet, strip


  29. Ribbon (n): fillet, strip


  30. Riband (v): adorn with ribbons


  31. Ribbon (v): adorn with ribbons


  32. Rice (n): an esculent or edible cereal grain


  33. Rich (adj.): wealthy, abundant


  34. Rich (n): the rich, wealthy people


  35. Riches (n): wealth


  36. Rick (n): a pile of hay or straw


  37. Rickets (n): children’s disease affecting the bones


  38. Rickety (adj.): feeble, week escape, in joints


  39. Rickshaw (n): a two-wheeled vehicle pulled by man


  40. Rid (v): clear away, free


  41. Riddance (n): clearing away


  42. Riddle (n); a puzzle, a sifter


  43. Ride (v): be borne or carried (on horse-back in vehicle, etc. a journey in a vehicle or on the back on an animal)


  44. Ridge (n): raised line where two sloping surfaces meet


  45. Ridge (v): form in to ridges


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