1 capitalismN1. पूँजीवादCapitalism encourages private enterprises.
4 antagonismN1. विरोधHe has inherent antagonism of capitalism.
5 antagonistN1. विरोधीHe is an antagonist of capitalism.
6 antagonisticAdj1. विरोधात्मकHe has antagonistic views on capitalism.
7 bareAdj1. निर्वस्त्रIn the movie the hero fought with bare hands.2. स्पष्टHis bare dislike for capitalism is known to all.3. अनलंकृतHe presented the bare facts of the case before the Jury.--------V1. निर्वस्त्र\bareकरनाShe bared her veiled face.2. प्रकट\bareकरनाHe bared the facts of the case before the Jury.
8 individualismN1. व्यक्तित्वThe arts depend on individualism, flair and eccentricity.2. व्यक्तिवादCapitalism stresses innovation, competition, and individualism.
9 preachV1. प्रवचन देनाGautam budha had preached many people.He was always preaching the virtues of capitalism.
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