Day 7 – 10 Daily Use English Words
Day 7 – 10 Daily Use English Words [hide]
- 1. Newsvendor: Noun
- 2. Cobbler: Noun
- 3. Hawker: Noun
- 4. Repairer: Noun
- 5. Mahout: Noun
- 6. Stain: Verb
- 7. Recklessly: Adverb
- 8. Unpalatable: Adjective
- 9. Palatable: Adjective
- 10. Neigh: Verb
1. Newsvendor: Noun
A person who sells newspapers.
- He is a newsvendor.
- Newsvendors buy newspapers from the publishers.
- That newsvendor sells all newspapers.
2. Cobbler: Noun
A person who repairs footwear.
- He is a cobbler.
- Cobbler made his son policeman.
- I got my shoes repaired by cobbler.
3. Hawker: Noun
A person who sells cheap goods by travelling.
- She buys cheap small things from hawkers.
- He was a teacher. Now he turned as a hawker to feed his family.
4. Repairer: Noun
A person who repairs machines, things, etc.
- He is a TV repairer.
- He is a washing machine repairer.
- She is working as a printer repairer.
5. Mahout: Noun
A person who rides on elephant and cares, trains them.
- He is a good mahout, he cares the elephants very well.
- The mahouts earn income by elephants.
6. Stain: Verb
To leave dirty marks on something those are difficult to remove.
- While he was changing his car wheel, his coat was stained with oil.
- Strawberry juice has stained her skirt.
7. Recklessly: Adverb
Without regard to the consequences of one’s actions.
- He drove the bike recklessly that’s why he got an accident.
- He spent his money recklessly.
- I will give you car keys if you say, you don’t drive recklessly.
8. Unpalatable: Adjective
Not being tasty.
- This food is unpalatable, I can’t eat.
- This pizza is unpalatable.
9. Palatable: Adjective
- This drink is palatable.
- Mutton biryani is quite palatable.
- It is palatable, isn’t it?
10. Neigh: Verb
To make loud sound (non human sound).
- Horse neighs.
- His laughing sound is like a horse neighing.
- When horse is happy, it will neigh.