Verbal Ability - Antonyms - Discussion

Discussion :: Antonyms - Section 1 (Q.No.2)

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.



[A]. Started
[B]. Closed
[C]. Finished
[D]. Terminated

Answer: Option D


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Dhiraj Gupta said: (Oct 12, 2010)  
Commissioned may prefer as an open letter issued by a government granting an office or other status to someone or some entity.

So Terminated is Antonym of it.

Mira said: (Feb 15, 2011)  
Would please explian me the exact meading of commissioned ?

Sundar said: (Feb 15, 2011)  
Commission: Give an order for or authorize the production of (something such as a building, piece of equipment, or work of art).

Arpit Pathak said: (Feb 21, 2011)  
Commissioned : may be prefer as command given by the any legal authority or an organisation.

Sandhya said: (Mar 29, 2011)  
Commissioned:the act of granting certain powers or the authority to carry out a particular task or duty.

Nithinm said: (Apr 23, 2011)  
Commissioned also known as the planned or started so terminated will be answer.

Sunitha said: (May 20, 2011)  
What is the difference between the terminated and closed.

Seema said: (Jun 9, 2011)  
Terminated usually used in term of office which means having come to an end, but closed in general it means shut down.

Ashokreddy said: (Jun 29, 2011)  
Commissined means sendout with a commission or charge because terminated is correct answer.

Tejas said: (Aug 10, 2011)  
Commissioned related to equipment installation which is already completed. opposite to it is started

Rajnish said: (Sep 15, 2011)  
Commissioned means creation/made of smt so terminated is the right answer.

Roli said: (Feb 5, 2012)  
Does terminated not mean closed ?

Uma said: (Feb 4, 2013)  
Terminated means after completion of whole work it gets stopped but closed means not opened or without completion of work also it can stopped.

Revanth said: (Apr 5, 2013)  
What is difference between terminated and finished?

Sammy said: (Apr 30, 2013)  

Terminated means stopped completely without completing and finished means work done completely. So I go with terminated.

Sah said: (Aug 16, 2013)  
Commissioned means authorized (near to initiation) so its antony is terminated.

Bhanu said: (Oct 23, 2013)  
Why don't we say as closed or finished?

Jagtar Singh said: (Nov 27, 2013)  
Finished means completed, bring to an end, come to an end, cease. Terminated means completed, come to an end, cease, bring to an end. According to oxford dictionary. Both are same in meaning.

Mohana said: (Dec 31, 2013)  
Commission means assigned.

So exact opposite is terminated.

Dhanu said: (Jan 20, 2014)  
Then what would we understand from service commission?

Navya said: (Sep 26, 2014)  
Please give good explanation of commissioned.

Vinod said: (Oct 6, 2014)  
To arrange for someone to do a piece of work.
For e.g:

I've been commissioned to write a song for their wedding.

Ram said: (Mar 27, 2015)  
COMMISSIONED (commission, commissions, commissioning, commissioned):

Commission is also a noun, commission is a piece of work that someone is asked to do and paid for.

Kaushal said: (Apr 7, 2015)  
Yes, terminated must be correct.

Vinod said: (Sep 9, 2015)  
Difference between closed & terminated.

Himanshu said: (Feb 10, 2016)  
Commissioned (officer of armed forces) has the permission from the president to open fire in nation's interest whenever required different from gazetted officer like IPS.

Tripti said: (Mar 11, 2016)  
Terminated means come to end.

Khaja said: (Mar 23, 2016)  
Commissioned means come to starts and terminated means comes to end.

Neha Jain said: (Jul 9, 2016)  
Commission means mission or we can also called as a special group delegated to consider some matter.

Termination means a coming to end of a contract period.

Neha Jain said: (Sep 27, 2016)  
The antonym for the commission is probit.

Mamun Khan said: (Oct 5, 2016)  
Commissioned is joining to new rank on the other hand terminated is to get close from a rank.

Saranya said: (Dec 14, 2016)  
Please explain the complete meaning.

A.G Rao said: (Dec 19, 2016)  
COMMISSIONED - Terminated is the correct antonym.

Basant Ray said: (Feb 2, 2017)  
Commissioned, closed, finished and terminated are similar words the opposite word of commissioned will be started and answer is (A).

Neha Jain said: (Feb 7, 2017)  
Is terminated really the correct answer?

Explain it in detail.

Kalyan said: (Feb 12, 2017)  
What is terminated & how is it correct answer?

Sandip Narwade said: (Feb 16, 2017)  
Commissioned = order or authorize the production of (something).

Satish said: (Apr 5, 2017)  
Commissioned:- Given official approval to act.

Anushri said: (Jul 1, 2017)  
Commissioned means the assignment of any task and termination means closing of a task.

Ram Kumar said: (Jul 2, 2017)  
Commission means to give permission to start any task and terminated is to order or stop the task which is started.

So that commissioned antonyms is terminated.

Ammu said: (Nov 7, 2017)  
Why finished or closing doesn't suit answer?

Tracy said: (Jun 29, 2018)  
What does commissioned mean?

Anitha said: (Jul 22, 2018)  
Why not closed or finished?

Julia said: (Oct 24, 2018)  
Please explain the complete meaning in detail.

Pavan K said: (Dec 26, 2018)  
It's exact meaning is start so the correct answer is terminate.

Pranshu Patel said: (Feb 22, 2019)  
Of course, why not closed?

In my view, if a ship is commissioned, it means it is ready/start for sailing.

Nitin said: (Mar 26, 2019)  
Commissioned is used for appoint so termination is right.

Angie B said: (Aug 13, 2019)  
Commissioned means to basically hire a person to do a project for you. Such as an artist has been commissioned to paint a live portrait of the King.

Rahul Soni said: (Oct 30, 2019)  
Commissioned means in order and terminated means end of something so the right answer in terminated.

Megharaj Uplaonkar said: (Jan 2, 2021)  
Commissioned means in order and terminated means end of something so the right answer in terminated.

A Maity said: (Jan 17, 2022)  
Thank you everyone for explaining.

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