1.ROBUST (ADJECTIVE): strong and healthy
Synonyms: booming, hearty ————> Antonyms: fragile, incapable
Example Sentence: The amendment Bill is robust several systemic issues.
- PREDOMINANTLY(ADVERB): mainly, mostly
Synonyms: principally, essentially ————> Antonyms: unimportantly, worthless
Example Sentence: The inefficiencies of a predominantly manual system results in lacks of fake licenses.
- ERR(VERB): to be mistaken
Synonyms: stumble, stray ————> Antonyms: stay, correct
Example Sentence: Low penalties for licensing offences allow erring drivers to be behind the wheel.
- REPLICATION (NOUN):the action of copying something
Synonyms: carbon, photocopy ————> Antonyms: difference, entity
Example Sentence: The enactment will facilitate the replication of some digitized systems.
- ATTRIBUTE (VERB):regard something as being caused by
Synonyms: connect, trace ————> Antonyms: disconnect, dissociate
Example Sentence: In 2016 alone, 7% of road crash deaths were attributed to children below 18 years.
- FATALITY (NOUN):an occurrence of death
Synonyms: casualty, mortality ————> Antonyms: birth, create
Example Sentence: For decades, penalties for behaviour that results in fatalities and grievous injuries have remained minimal.
- DETER (VERB):prevent the occurrence of
Synonyms: hinder, avert ————> Antonyms: aid, assist
Example Sentence: Nothing could deter his resolve to reach his best fitness level ever.
- STATUTE(NOUN): A written law passed by a legislative body
Synonyms: act, bill ————> Antonyms: lawlessness, deregulation
Example Sentence: The statute prohibits businesses from selling alcohol to minors.
- OVERHAUL(VERB):maintain or repair
Synonyms: revamp, rebuild ————> Antonyms: damage, destroy
Example Sentence: Our systems of education are being constantly overhauled.
- OBLIVIOUS(ADJECTIVE): unaware
Synonyms: careless, amnesic ————> Antonyms: attentive, conscious
Example Sentence: The IMF was not oblivious to the threats that could severely derail the broad-based economic recovery.