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1. Abate
• Of something unpleasant or severe become less intense or widespread.
Usage: The storm suddenly abated.
Synonyms: subside, alleviate, mitigate, mollify, allay, assuage

2. Diktat
• An order or decree imposed by someone in power without popular consent.
Usage: A diktat from the RBI to Banks.

3. Conundrum
• A confusing and difficult problem or question.
Usage: One of the most difficult conundrums for RBI is Twin Balance Sheet Problem.
Synonyms: problem, difficult question, vexed question, difficulty, quandary, dilemma.

4. Becalmed
• Unable to move through lack of wind.
Usage: His ship was becalmed for nine days.

5. Price – Book Value Ratio Formula
• The PBV ratio is the market price per share divided by the book value per share. The market price per share is simply the stock price. The book value per share is a firm’s assets minus its liabilities, divided by the total number of shares.

6. All Hands on Deck
• All available people need to come to help, especially in an emergency.
• If a situation requires all hands on deck, it needs everyone to work hard to achieve an aim or do a task.
Usage: The actor-musician productions have the human aspect because they’re very much all hands on deck

7. Consumerism
• Consumerism is a social and economic order that encourages the acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts.
Usage: The growth of consumerism has led to many organizations improving their service to the customer.

8. Progeny
• A descendant or the descendants of a person, animal, or plant; offspring.
Usage: Shorthorn cattle are highly effective in bestowing their characteristics on their progeny.

9. Tumultuous
• Making an uproar or loud, confused noise.
Usage: Tumultuous applause.
Synonyms: loud, deafening, thunderous, thundering, ear-shattering.

10. Pedagogy
• Relating to teaching.
• Pedagogy refers more broadly to the theory and practice of learning, and how this process influences, and is influenced by, the psychological development of learners.
Usage: We also looked at the development of ideas of feminist pedagogy at the university level

11. Pervasive
• Especially of an unwelcome influence or physical effect spreading widely throughout an area or a group of people.
Usage: Ageism is pervasive and entrenched in our society.
Synonyms: prevalent, penetrating, pervading, permeating, extensive

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