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Subdued (adjective)

(Lacking in vitality, intensity, or strength) , (नियंत्रित )

Synonyms: Conservative, Muted, Repressed, Restrained,Antonyms: Flamboyant, Flaring, Flashy, Garish, Gaudy, GlitzyExample: The escaped criminal was finally caught and subdued by a large German Shepherd.

Emerged (verb)

(Come out into view, as from concealment) , (उभर कर आना )

Synonyms: Come up, Crop up, Arise, Sprouted , Spring up,Antonyms: Vanish, Faded, Dissipate, RecededExample: The country that wins the war will emerge as the leader on the Asian continent.

Revive (verb)

(Return to consciousness), (पुनर्जीवित करना )

Synonyms: Resurrect, Resuscitate, Revitalize, Revivify, Rewake, RewakenAntonyms: Extinguish, Kill, Quench, SuppressExample: Hopefully the meeting between the world leaders will revive the peace that once existed between the two countries.

Critical juncture (noun)

(A crisis situation or point in time when a critical decision must be made) (नाज़ुक मोड़, नाज़ुक परिस्थिति,नाज़ुक समय)

Synonyms: Decisive Moment , Exigency, CrunchAntonyms: Quiescence ,Relaxation, TranquillityExample: Western intelligence officials said his resignation would lead to uncertainty at a crucial juncture.

Daunting (adjective)

(Discouraging through fear) (चुनौतीपूर्ण , भयभीत करनेवाला )

Synonyms: Overawe, Subdue, Dismay, Frighten,Discouraging ,MenacingAntonyms: Encouraging,Affable,Emboldening,Stimulating Example: Going to a new school is a daunting experience for many young people.

Impetus (noun)

(The act of applying force suddenly) , (प्रोत्साहन,शक्ति)

Synonyms: Stimulation, Spur, Boost,Mettle,Thrust,Impulse, Incitation, Instigation,Antonyms: Disincentive,Inertia,Deterrent,InhibitionExample: Because the new president was once a military commander, he has a great deal of experience being an impetus for change.

Envisaged (verb)

(Form a mental image of something that is not present) , (परिकल्पित )

Synonyms: Imagine, Contemplate, Visualize, Envision, Picture, AnticipatedAntonyms: Unseen,Undesirable,Reality,FactExample: We do not envisage a general election for at least another two years.

Facilitate (verb)

(Make easier) (आसान कर देना )

Synonyms: Ease, Loosen (Up), Smooth, UnclogAntonyms: Impede; Retard; Aggravate, Worsen; Perplex, SophisticateExample: Friendly contacts between different peoples facilitate the cultural and economic interchange.

Rejuvenate (verb)

(Return to life; get or give new life or energy) , (नया करना)

Synonyms: Renew, Repair, Restore, Resuscitate,Antonyms: Extinguish, Deaden, Debilitate, CrippleExample: He has decided to rejuvenate the team by bringing in a lot of new, young players.

Subvention (noun)

(Grant of financial aid as from a government to an educational institution) (आर्थिक सहायता )

Synonyms: Allocation, Allotment, Annuity, Entitlement, Grant, Subsidy,Antonyms: Impediment,Disavow,ForfeitExample: The association is funded by an annual subvention from the government.