List of Words with Multiple Meaning.

Words—————-Meanings

Address————-1.Manner of speaking to

person;2.The name of a place where a person or

organization is located.

Arrest————–1.Take into custody;2.An

act of stopping the progress of.

Bank—————1.The side of a river; 2. An

establishment authorised by the government to

accept deposit and to lending activities.

Bar—————-1.Long, evenly shaped

piece of metal or wood used as a guard/barrier.

2.A place where beverages like liquors or light

meals are served to customers.

Bear—————–1.To hold or carry; endure

2.Large solitary animals that like to eat honey; they

come in all sizes and shades.

Bond—————–1.Something that binds

or holds together. 2.a cord, rope.3.Any written

obligation under seal.

Blue-1.The colour of a clear sky 2.Depressed in spirit;

bleak  characterised by rigid  morals or religion 3.marked

by blasphemy.4. gloomy and despairing.

Back——————1.The rear part of the human body.

2.Return to an earlier position. 3.To support, help.

Break—————–1.Split 2.Stop abruptly to begin

suddenly.3.Separated.

Being————-1. Aliveness 2.Person.

Board————–1. A flat piece of rigid material designed

to display information.2. To enter.

Credit————-1.Honour given for some action.

2. Granting a loan.

Court————–1. A place where justice is administered,

2.Be involved with someone romantically.3. A quadrangular area

marked out for games such as tennis.4.To seek the affection of; woo.

5.To act as to invite or provoke.

Cricket————1.A game played by 2 teams of 11

players.

Cause————–1.The reason or motive for some

human action.2.Produce an effect.2.A dark colored insect

with long antenna, that jumps, eats plants and makes a

chirping sound.

Crane—————-1.A bird. 2.A device for lifting

the object.

Coach—————1.A large horse drawn four wheeled

carriage, 2. A person who trains an athlete or a team of athletes.

Charge————–1. To impose price  of a thing.2. In command;

having supervisory power.

Cast—————-1.To throw away. 2. The group of performers

to whom parts are assigned; players. 3.To scheme; plan.

Can—————1.To be able to/may 2.A sealed container

for food, beverages etc.

Cover————–1.Envelop. 2. To place something over/upon

as for protection/ concealment or warmth.

Country——————1. A nation or rural districts.2.Rude,

unpolished, rustic.

Coat——————–1. An outer garment/a layer of anything

that covers a surface for decoration or protection.2.Spread, smear.

Cap——————–1.A headdress denoting occupation, religious

order or the like.2.To put a maximum limit on (prices, wages, spending etc.)

3.Provide a fitting climax or conclusion to.

Clear——————1. Transparent without a blemish.

2. Easily heard 3. Free of confusion.4.To remove people/objects from.

Company—————–1.Be a friend of. 2.A number of persons

united for business.

Current——————–1.Belonging to the time actually passing.

Present, recent.2.Something that flows; eg: electric current.

Dog—————–1.A domesticated canid 2.To shirk one’s

responsibility. 3.A despicable person.

Fan—————–1.An apparatus with rotating blades that

creates a current of air for cooling.2. An enthusiastic devotee,

follower or admirer of a celebrity.

Fine————-1.Best quality. 2.A some of money imposed

as a penalty for an offense.

Fire————-1.A state of combustion in which fuel is ignited.

2.To shoot. 3. To inspire.

Free————-1.Enjoy personal  rights or liberty.2.Available

at no cost.

Fly————–1. To float in air. 2.Flying insects.

Fair————–1.Proper under the rules,free from bias.2.Ample

3.Beautiful 4.Gathering of people for a variety of entertainment or

commercial activities.

Frame——————–1.A rigid structure that surrounds

something such as picture/door/windowpane/mirror etc.2.To devise/

compose a plan.

Field———————1.A piece of land used for pasture/ tillage.

2.A piece of ground devoted to sports/contests.3. A particular branch of

study.

Grill——————–1.A grating barrier as for a gate of metal.

2.To subject to persistent cross examination/questioning.

Head————-1.Upper part of the body in humans joined

to the trunk  by the neck.2.Leader or chief.

Issue————–1.An important topic/problem for debate

or discussion.2.Supply/distribute an item for use, sale or official

purposes 3.Issue may also mean a person’s lineal descendants.

Kind—————–1.Benevolent nature /disposition.

2. Nature of difference between things.

Light——————1.Luminous/ radiant energy that

makes things visible. 2.Not heavy.

Late——————-1.Deceased or dead. 2.After the

proper time.

Letter—————–1.Written communication addressed

to a person or organisation and usually transmitted by mail.

2.Letters of a language arranged in alphabet.

Lie——————–1.A false statement 2. To rest in

a flat position as on a bed or the ground.Recline.

Lot——————–1. Allotted portion.2.One’s fate or destiny.

Land——————–1.Any part of the earth surface not

covered by a body of water. 2.To hit or strike the  ground from

a height; to arrive in a particular place.

Leave——————1. To quit. 2.It is a day of rest from work.

May——————–1.Expressing possibility.2. Name

of the 5th month of the year containing 31 days.

Numbers—————–1.Group of numerals. 2.In music,

number refers to an individual song.

song.

Net———————-1.Remaining amount after a deduction

such as tax or discount.2.Trap/bag of strong thread or cord designed

to catch fish, birds or other animals.

Note———————-1.A brief record of something

written down to assist the memory.2.Perceive, take notice of.

Nurseryy———————–1.A place where young

plants are raised for sale or for experimental study.2.A place

set apart for young children.

3.Currency or paper notes.

Plant———————1.An herb or seedling. 2. A factory

or workshop.

Place——————–1.Space in general, area or spot.

2.To put in the proper position /order.

Palm———————–1.The part of inner surface of the

hand that extends from the wrist to the bases of the fingers.

2.Palm tree.

Pan————————–1.Shallow container of metal used

in various forms of frying and baking. 2. The leaf of the betel.

Pinch————————1.To squeeze painfully.2. A very

small quantity of  anything.3.To get arrested by the police.

Press———————1. to exert force or pressure. 2.Media that

print news; a printing press.

Patient———————1.A person who is under medical care.

2.Calm; bearing hardship; show endurance.

Run————————1.To move with haste; take to flight.

2.In the sport of cricket, a run is the basic unit of scoring.

Row———————–1.Number of persons/things

arranged in a straight line. 2.A difficult  task or set of

circumstances to confront.3.A noisy dispute or quarrel; commotion.

Sound—————-1.Noise. 2.Cool

Story———————1. Tale 2.A floor or level of a building.

Spirit———————1.An angel or demon 2.Liquor.3. Soul

regarded as separating from the body at death.

Subject——————–1.A branch of knowledge as a course

of study.2.Liable ;prone.3.Person under the domain or rule

of a sovereign /another.

Shoot—————–1.To hit with a missile.2.To grow forth

from the ground as a stem; germinate.

Short—————–1.Not tall.2.Brief in duration. 3.Scanty

4.Knee length trousers.

Trunk—————-1.The main stem of a tree.2 A large

sturdy box or chest. 3 The nose of the elephant.

Tear—————–1.To pull apart by force, rip. 2.The fluid

appearing/ flowing from the eyes as a result of grief.

Tender—————1. Soft. 2.Auction; A formal offer to

supply specified goods/services at a stated cost/rate.

Train—————-1.Teach a particular skill. 2. Railway carriage.

Way——————–1.Manner, method 2. path

Work——————-1.Toil 2. The  output of a writer,

artist or composer.

Wind——————–1.Stream of air as that produced

by fan or natural movement of air.2. to twine, fold, wrap, the

act of winding.

Watch——————-1.Observe. 2. wrist watch.

Well———————1.In a satisfactory manner.

2.A hole drilled into the earth to obtain water/petroleum etc.

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Some Useful Informations About Banks.

Plastic money–Credit cards, debit cards,ATM cards and international cards are considered plastic money as like money they can enable us to get goods and services.

Personal Identification Number(PIN) is a number which an ATM card holder has to key in, before he is authorized to do any banking transaction in ATM.

Prime Lending Rate(PLR)-The rate at which banks lend to their best(prime) customers.

Pledge-A bailment of goods as security for payment of a debt or performance of a promise, e.g. pledge of stock by a borrower to a banker for a credit limit.Pledge can be made in movable goods only.

Priority  Sector Advances–consist of loans and advances to agriculture,small scale industry,Small Road and Water Transport Operators, Retail Trade, Small Business with limits on investment

in equipments, professional and self employed persons, state

sponsored organizations for lending to SC/ST, Educational loans,

Housing Finance up to certain limits, self-help groups and consumption

loans.

Premature Withdrawals–Term deposits like Fixed Deposits, Call Deposits, Short Deposits and Recurring Deposits have to mature

on a particular day. When these deposits are sought to be withdrawn

before maturity, it is premature withdrawal.

Post dated cheque–A cheque which bears  the date, which is subsequent

to the date when it is drawn. For eg: a cheque drawn on 8th of February

2007, bears the date of 12th February, 2007.

Promissory Note–Promissory note is a promise/undertaking given by one person in writing to another person, to pay to that person, a certain sum of money on demand or on a future day.

Public Sector Bank-A bank fully or partly owned by the Government.

Power of Attorney-It is a document executed by one person-Donor or Principal , in favour of another person, Donee or Agent-to act on behalf of the former, strictly as per authority given in the document.

Provisioning–Provisioning is made for the likely loss in the profit

and loss account while finalizing accounts of banks. All banks are supposed to make assets classification and make appropriate provisions for likely losses in their balance sheets.

Rescheduling of payment–Rearranging the repayment of a debt over a longer period than originally agreed upon, due to financial  difficulties of the borrower.

Restrictive endorsement–Where endorser desires that instrument is to be paid to a particular person only, he restricts further negotiation or transfer by such words as ”Pay to Ashok only.” Now Ashok cannot negotiate the instrument further.

Right of Appropriation–As per Section 59 of the Indian Contract Act,1972

while making the payment, a debtor has the right to direct his creditor

to appropriate such amount against discharge of some particular debt.

If the debtor does not do so, the banker can appropriate the payment to any debt of his customer.

Right of Set-Off—When a banker combines two accounts in the name of the same customer and adjusts the debit balance in one account with the credit balance in other account, it is called right of set-off. For example, debit balance of Rs.50,000/- in overdraft account can be set off against credit balance of Rs.75,000/- in the Savings Bank Account of the same customer, leaving a balance of Rs. 25,000/-credit in the savings account.

Core Banking is a banking service provided by a group of net worked bank

branches where customers  may access their bank account and perform basic transactions from any of the member branch office.

Core banking is expensive. This expense is recovered by way of service charges from the customers.Elements of core banking system include

making and servicing  loans, opening new accounts and processing cash deposits and withdrawals.Core banking is dependent on computer server, internet, electricity, telephone and connectivity. If any one fails,banking business comes to a halt.

Source:Collection.

Lyrebirds.

Lyrebirds are notable for their superb ability to mimic

natural and artificial sounds from their environment.

They can imitate almost any sound from humans to train,

car horns to camera clicks and all the birds of the forest.

They are the most fascinating creatures on the planet

earth.Lyrebird seems to be nature’s poet.They are among

Australia’s best known and most loved birds. There are

two types of Lyrebirds-the Superb Lyrebird and Albert

Lyrebird. They have brown feathers. It is the Superb

Male Lyrebird that gives the family its name with his

spectacular tail of feathers, when spread out in display

looks like a Lyre.(a musical instrument of ancient Greece).

The male bird has a spectacular tail consisting of 16 highly

modified feathers.They are found in Eastern Australia.

They are shy  birds.They are generally poor fliers.

They can move quite fast because of strong legs.

They are ground living birds and eat insects such as

cockroaches, beetles, larvae of moths, centipede, spiders

and earthworms.It is one of the largest perching bird.

Female birds nest in winter laying their solitary eggs in June or

July.She may snuggle her nest in a hollow on a rocky

ledge, in the cavity of a tall stump or among tree roots.

They build a dome-shaped nest of leaves, twigs and

small sticks.

Source:Collection.