Hi guys my name is Rima Burrell and I'm back with yet another course this time we're going to be focusing on the vocabulary and I am basically going to be doing two separate courses for you one is going to be for students and the other one for antonyms I'm going to go through all these words in alphabetical order so that it's easy for you to understand the basic premise for this course guys is is that you increase the number of words that are there in your bank currently you know more words you try to remember their meanings that is not what I have done is that I have included pictures in each of these slides and also along with the world and we will be going alphabetically I have explained its meaning and I would try to wherever possible explain this origin to you and also try to use it in the sentence for you all let's without wasting any further time start with the first one which is abdicate the abdicate means to step down and literally here if you have shown steps but yeah it means to step down from a position of power essentially so sometimes someone who is in power they might decide to give up that power to step down from that position and when they do that they abdicate their authority that is they give up all the duties and perks of the job essentially the word was first used I'm guessing before the 17th century it used to be referred to disowning once children that is to giving them away but after 17 the 17th century the word started being used in relation to giving up power the synonyms for the word as can be used asked in the test would be abandoned or renounce now of course there can be more synonyms I have used one or two with each of the words you must whichever words I am teaching in the lesson here guys just go out there and look these up try to use them in a sentence wherever possible and also try to remember or include more synonyms so that it becomes easy for you to attempt such questions when you sit for the exam so abandon and renounce are the synonyms for abdicate sentence can be in recent decades it has become a tradition for the monarch to abdicate the throne next is a ball a ball means to detest or to hate a lot okay so abhor let's see if you just want to say that you know you really really don't like something then you just say I abour it or I load it another synonym for this can be load loa athe as you can see this girl is striking down the symbol of the Nazis so I think she really what we are trying to say here is that she abhorred Hitler or his policies or whatever he
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