английский словарь антонимов

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mirthless – merry

prose – poetry

famous – unknown

narrow – broad

friend – enemy

quiet – noisy


Список антонимов

absentpresent
accurateinaccurate
active, energetic, livelyinactive, passive, apathetic
attentive, considerate, thoughtfulinattentive, inconsiderate
awful, terrible, horrible, dreadfulgreat, excellent, wonderful
awkward, clumsyskillful, dexterous, adroit, deft
basic, fundamentalsecondary, additional
beautiful, attractive, good-looking, prettyugly, repulsive
bestworst
big, largelittle, small
bold, confidenttimid, shy
brave, bold, courageous, fearlessafraid, frightened, scared, timid, cowardly
bright, clear, vivid, colorfuldull, dim, colorless
busy, occupiedfree
calm, quiet, peacefulnoisy, agitated, excited, nervous
careful, cautiouscareless
cheerful, joyfulcheerless, gloomy
clean, neat, tidydirty, untidy
clever, smartfoolish, silly, stupid
cold, chilly, coolhot, warm
comfortable, cozyuncomfortable
confident, sure, certain, positivedoubtful, uncertain
constructivedestructive
convenientinconvenient
correctincorrect, wrong
crazy, insanereasonable, sensible, rational
cruel, merciless, ruthless, brutal, inhumankind, merciful, humane
deadalive
deep, profoundshallow, superficial
definite, clearvague, indefinite
delicious, tastytasteless, unpalatable, inedible
differentthe same, similar
difficult, hardeasy
drywet
eager, willingreluctant, unwilling
earlylate
educated, literateuneducated, ignorant, illiterate
emptyfull
essential, indispensable, requisite, necessary, requiredunnecessary, optional, dispensable
even, smoothrough, uneven
evenodd, uneven
evident, obvious, clear, plainvague, obscure
evil, maliciouskind, nice, good
exact, preciseinaccurate, inexact
expensive, costly, valuableinexpensive, cheap
experienced, skilled, competent, qualifiedinexperienced, unskilled, incompetent, unqualified
fair, just, objective, unbiased, impartialunfair, unjust, biased, prejudiced
faithful, loyal, devotedunfaithful, disloyal, treacherous
famous, renowned, celebrated, distinguished, well-knownunknown, obscure
far, distant, remotenear, close
fast, quick, rapid, speedy, swiftslow
favorable, beneficial, profitableharmful
fine, refined, delicate, exquisitecommon, coarse, gross, vulgar
firm, steady, stable, strongshaky, unstable, weak
firstlast
flexiblerigid, inflexible, stiff
foreign, aliendomestic, local, native
fragile, delicatestrong, sturdy
frequentrare, infrequent
freshstale
friendlyunfriendly, hostile
frontback, rear
funny, amusing, humorous, comic, comical, laughable, ridiculousserious, grave
generalspecial, particular, specific
gentle, mild, softcoarse, rough, harsh, severe
good, nice, pleasantbad, unpleasant, disgusting
happy, glad, pleasedunhappy, sad, miserable
hardsoft
heavylight
highlow
honest, truthful, trustworthy, sinceredishonest, insincere
huge, enormous, colossal, giant, giganticsmall, tiny
important, significantunimportant, insignificant, petty
independent, freedependent, not free
intelligent, wisedull, stupid
interested, curiousuninterested, disinterested, indifferent, bored
interestingdull, boring
kind, good-naturedstrict, unkind, ill-natured
lazy, idlehard-working
lightdark
longshort, brief, concise
loud, noisyquiet, soft
loving, fond, affectionate, tenderunloving, indifferent, harsh
lucky, fortunateunlucky, unfortunate
magnificent, grand, majesticshabby, miserable
main, chief, principalsubordinate, subsidiary, secondary, auxiliary, additional
moral, ethical, decentimmoral, unethical, indecent, obscene
narrowwide
naturalunnatural, affected
necessary, requiredunnecessary
new, modern, up-to-dateold, old-fashioned, outdated, ancient
noble, honorablemean
normal, usual, standard, regularstrange, peculiar, odd, unusual
originalordinary, banal, trite
outstanding, prominent, eminent, remarkableordinary, mediocre
patientimpatient
polite, civilized, well-manneredimpolite, rude, ill-mannered
positivenegative
possible, probable, likelyimpossible, improbable, unlikely
previous, preceding, formernext, following
primarysecondary
proper, appropriate, suitable, fittingimproper, inappropriate, unsuitable
proud, arrogant, haughtymodest, humble
real, genuine, authenticartificial, fake, fictitious
reasonable, sensible, logicalunreasonable, illogical, absurd, crazy, foolish, ridiculous
reliable, dependableunreliable
respectable, reputablenotorious, infamous
rich, wealthy, well-to-dopoor
rightleft
right, correct, truewrong, incorrect, not true, false, erroneous
roundsquare, triangular
safe, secureunsafe, insecure, dangerous
sharp, keen, acutedull, blunt
shy, timidconfident, self-confident
sick, illhealthy
simplecomplex, complicated
strong, tough, sturdyweak, delicate, fragile
stubborn, obstinatecompliant, docile, obedient
sufficient, adequate, enoughinsufficient, inadequate, not enough
suitable, fitting, appropriateunsuitable, inappropriate
surprising, amazingordinary
sweetsour, bitter, salty
tallshort
tenserelaxed
thick, fatthin, slim, slender
tightloose
truefalse, deceptive, misleading
understandable, clear, intelligible, comprehensibleunclear, not clear, unintelligible, incomprehensible
useful, helpfuluseless
whole, entire, complete, full, totalincomplete, limited, partial
youngmiddle-aged, old, elderly


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