|Word||Part of Speech||Meaning||Synonyms||Antonyms||Example|
To make sure of. To guarantee.
|Assure, Establish, Insure, Effect||Endanger, Harm, Hurt, Neglect||You need to ensure the safety of all your family members.|
To determine something or to make a judgment. To estimate officially the value or amount of something.
|Appraise, Check, Nick, Fix, Levy||Give, Remit||The damages caused due to cyclone were assessed by the committee.|
The state of being prepared. The state of preparation.
|Alertness, Mobility, Preparation, Zeal||–||The defence committee assessed the preparedness of the Indian Army at the potential warfront.|
A Disease occurring over a wide geographic area.
|Broad, Common, Comprehensive, Empyrean||Exclusive, Incomplete, Individual, Infrequent, Particular||The Covid-19 pandemic is the worst situation in modern times.|
Compulsory or required by law.
|Binding, Compulsory, Obligatory, Essential, Forced, Imperative||Free, Inessential, Optional, Secondary, Voluntary||It should be mandatory to disclose all sources of income for the politicians.|
|Spree||Noun||(आनंद का उत्सव)|
An unrestrained indulgence in an activity.
|Binge, Fling, Frisk, Frolic, Orgy||–||The Indian cricket team is on a winning spree.|
To put as by an authority. To force something to be obeyed.
|Appoint, Foist. Demand, Charge, Fine||Disorder, Displace, Forget, Overlook||The high court bench imposed a million-dollar fine for breaching the right to privacy on the company.|
Appropriateness to the purposes.
|Decency, Decorum, Form, Correctness, Legitimacy, Morality||Dishonesty, Disagreement, Incompatibility, Lawlessness||I often go to high-class parties to observe the proprieties.|
Something that is carried. Something that is oppressive, worrisome, or obligatory.
|Chorus, Refrain, Haul, Concern, Onus, Anxiety, Difficulty, Strain||Advantage, Aid, Assistance, Benefit||The tasks were a burden for Rahul.|