Previous-year(Bank)

Previous year vocab vocabulary asked in bank exams

Previous year vocabulary for bank exams pdf; banking vocabulary pdf

Previous year vocabulary for bank exams pdf; banking vocabulary pdf

 

COMPILATION OF FREQUENTLY ASKED VOCAB IN BANK (IBPS, SBI, RBI ) EXAMS 

There are certain words/vocab which are frequently asked in bank(IBPS, SBI, RBI) exams. Memorizing them is of utmost importance. To help you memorize them easily EK has prepared relatable and very simple examples so that it gets absorbed in your mind as soon as you read it. You do not have to put extra efforts to imbibe those words/vocab in your mind. We are here to simplify your tasks.
Do check out other posts as well. Each post has been prepared by the EK team keeping in mind the pattern and the demand of the exam. 


💠FREQUENTLY ASKED VOCAB IN BANK (IBPS, SBI, RBI) EXAMS 

 

1.    Abdicate:  to give up a position or power/ to renounce a throne, high   office, dignity

Syn:  Relinquish, Resign

Example –“Pakistan PM Imran Khan will have to abdicate his chair sooner or later”, Bilawal Bhutto. 

 

2.    Abjure: Formally reject a formerly held belief. 

Syn: Recant, Forswear

Example: In a sober ceremony, Sia abjured her old religion and embraced Christianity.

 

3.  Abrupt:  Sudden and unexpected/ Rude/ Extremely sharp

    Syn:  Precipitous, Discourteous,

Example: US-North Korea nuclear talks came to an abrupt end.

 

4.  Abscond:  to depart secretly and hide oneself

Syn: Flee, Escape

Example: WikiLeak’s founder Julian Assange has been sent to 50 weeks jail for absconding while on bail.

5.
Abstruse: 
 Difficult to comprehend

Syn: Recondite, Esoteric

Example: “In the beginning, the script seemed abstruse but later I liked it a lot”, Bhumi Pednekar. 

 

6. Accede: to give consent/ to attain or assume office

Syn:  Assent

Example : Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel urged that Guruji went to Kashmir to get Maharaja Hari Singh to accede his state.

 

7. Accolade:  Praise & approval/ Ceremonial embrace
Syn:  Citation, Salutation
Example: Cristiano Ronaldo has been known for his bold statements regarding individual accolades.

Complete list of the most important previous year vocab is in the PDF file.

 

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