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The Hindu Editorial VOCAB-22 April 2022

 

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  22th April 2022

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The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 22th April 2022 :-

1. TUMBLE (VERB): (गिरना):  plummet

Synonyms: plunge, dive

Antonyms: rise

Example Sentence:

In the last decade, property prices have tumbled.

2. DIFFERENTIAL (ADJECTIVE): (भेदक):  distinctive

Synonyms: different, dissimilar

Antonyms: similar

Example Sentence:

Germany and France pledged to maintain the differential between the two.

3. DEFER (VERB): (मान लेना):  yield

Synonyms: submit, give way

Antonyms: stand up to

Example Sentence:

He deferred to his absolutely superior knowledge.

4. PREPOSTEROUS (ADJECTIVE): (निरर्थक):  absurd

Synonyms: ridiculous, foolish

Antonyms: reasonable

Example Sentence:

He gave us a preposterous suggestion.

5. INCLINE (VERB): (रुझान होना):  liable

Synonyms: likely, prone

Antonyms: unlikely

Example Sentence:

She's inclined to gossip with complete strangers.

6. VULNERABLE (ADJECTIVE): (खतरे में):  at risk

Synonyms: endangered, unsafe

Antonyms: safe

Example Sentence:

We were in a vulnerable position.

7. HOARD (VERB): (संचय करना):  store

Synonyms: store up, stockpile

Antonyms: squander

Example Sentence:

Thousands of antiques hoarded by a compulsive collector.

8. RAMPANT (ADJECTIVE): (अनियंत्रित):  uncontrolled

Synonyms: unrestrained, unchecked

Antonyms: controlled

Example Sentence:

Political violence was rampant in the area.

9. ABET (VERB): (हाँथ बंटाना):  assist

Synonyms: aid, help

Antonyms: hinder

Example Sentence:

His actions were shown to abet terrorism.

10. MERCY (NOUN): (ढिलाई):  leniency

Synonyms: lenience, clemency

Antonyms: ruthlessness

Example Sentence:

The boy was screaming and begging for mercy.

DAILY VOCABULARY WORDS

1.Ignominy (N)-deep personal humiliation and disgrace. अपकीर्ति, अपमान

2.Impeachment (N)-a formal document charging a public official with misconduct in office. महाभियोग

3.Incitement (N)-the action of provoking unlawful behaviour or urging someone to behave unlawfully. उकसाना

4.Insurrection (N)-a violent uprising against an authority or government. विद्रोह

5.Bipartisan (Adj)-supported by or consisting of two political parties.

6.Crossed The Aisle (Idiom)-To vote, unite, or otherwise co-operate with members of another political party in order to achieve governmental or political action.

7.Demits (V)-resign from (an office or position). इस्तीफा देना

8.Vowed (V)-to make a determined decision or promise to do something.

9.Misdemeanours (N)-a minor wrongdoing. अपराध

10.Turbulent (Adj)-characterized by conflict, disorder, or confusion; not stable or calm. अशांत

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