Verbal Ability - Synonyms - Discussion

Discussion :: Synonyms - Section 1 (Q.No.16)

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word.



[A]. Command
[B]. Help
[C]. Defence
[D]. Safety

Answer: Option B


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Deepti said: (Aug 23, 2010)  
RESCUE is best defined by the word Defend, isnt it?

Jitendra Gujar said: (Dec 21, 2010)  
I think the option is wrong here rescue means free from harm or evil.

Naddy said: (Jan 16, 2011)  

Definition: saving from danger.

So saving from danger is helping, so answer is correct.

Archana said: (Jan 24, 2011)  
Rescue means to make free.

Janan said: (Jan 28, 2011)  
What is mean by defence ?

Sandeep Kumar said: (Jan 28, 2011)  
Recovery or preservation from loss or danger

Vamsi said: (Jun 27, 2011)  
RESUCE means helping some to get out of danger.

Mithu said: (Aug 18, 2011)  
Rescue is verb but defence is noun.

So help is appropriate as verb.

Afsar said: (Sep 3, 2011)  
Work is the rescue of mankind. Here Rescue has been used as noun.

Saurav Swaraj said: (Mar 18, 2013)  
Recovery or preservation from loss or danger.

Divya said: (Apr 15, 2013)  
How to use "rescue" in a sentence?

Deepti K said: (Aug 26, 2013)  
Rescue means to defend. It should be the correct answer.

Altmash Khan said: (Sep 1, 2013)  
Rescue means helping some to get out of danger without any harm or evil.

Krishna said: (Oct 2, 2013)  
Rescue means Be reluctant to do something.

Arpit said: (Nov 28, 2013)  
Rescue means to save from danger.

So the option could be both safety and help.

Luck'$Man said: (Dec 13, 2013)  
Rescue means free from harm or evil.

Laxmi said: (Jan 16, 2014)  
Rescue is verb and help is also a verb so help is right answer.

Rashmitha said: (Mar 13, 2014)  
But the meaning of DEFENCE is also PROTECTION FROM HARM then why it is not a correct answer.

Chetan said: (May 7, 2014)  
Defence is supposed to be a right answer, verb and noun don't matter.

Nishit said: (Aug 10, 2014)  
Rescue = Saving someone from harm.
Help = To aid someone.
Defense = Protection against harm.
Defend = To prevent someone from being harmed.

In this context, Help is more accurate than Defense. If the option was DEFEND instead of DEFENSE, then that could have been the answer.

Pankaj Tatla said: (Aug 11, 2014)  
Means to help someone during disaster like flood earthquake cyclone etc.

Vetri said: (Aug 18, 2014)  
In defence only the word used more. So it expresses the word best enough.

Shilohu Nehemiah said: (Sep 27, 2014)  
Why can't it be safety? because we generally say that rescue operation to provide safety. (e.g. the government took rescue operation that's why the count was less).

Ranjita said: (Oct 22, 2014)  
I think rescue means help isn't it?

Manjusha said: (Jul 15, 2015)  
Defence should be the right answer because it means protecting someone from harm which is same as RESCUE.

Mahipal Singh said: (Aug 5, 2015)  
Rescue process is done after misfortune happened, so I guess here defense is better choice.

Gayatri Puralkar said: (Mar 29, 2016)  
Defence is the correct option because rescue and defence both mean protecting (someone) from harm.

Jaswanth Reddy said: (Jun 20, 2016)  
Rescue is to help anyone from danger. So the answer is correct.

Whereas Defend is to fight against any evil one which causes harm to a person.

Mahendra Naidu said: (Jun 23, 2016)  
Rescue is protected everybody from harm or hazards.

Swati said: (Jul 19, 2016)  
I think safety is correct because rescue means being safe or free from hazard from any type of problem.

Imraan said: (Aug 21, 2016)  
I think it will be safety.

Davidsea said: (Aug 25, 2016)  
I agree rescue mean to protect from hazards.

Anu said: (Oct 5, 2016)  
According to me, the right answer is defence.

Vladimir Bergavera said: (Nov 29, 2017)  
Rescue is a word that is same as help when people need help the rescuer, rescues or helps them.

Kiki said: (May 30, 2021)  
Rescue means saving from something and therefore the right option must be safety.

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