The Hindu Editorial VOCAB 8 may 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  8 May 2022

Vocabulary is an essential part of almost every competitive exam. It is crucial to strengthen your word power to gain accuracy in the English language section. So here We provide you with The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to increase vocab power and help you in your preparation for many exams like Banking, Railway, Insurance, SSC, and other Government exams.

 ●The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams.

1. TARNISH (VERB): (मैला करना):  sully
Synonyms: besmirch, blacken
Antonyms: enhance
Example Sentence:
His regime had not been tarnished by human rights abuses.

2. CALAMITOUS (ADJECTIVE): (आपदाग्रस्त):  disastrous
Synonyms: catastrophic, cataclysmic
Antonyms: good, advantageous
Example Sentence:
Calamitous events as fires, hurricanes, and floods.

3. DISREPUTE (NOUN): (अपमान):  disgrace
Synonyms: shame, dishonour
Antonyms: honour
Example Sentence:
One of the top clubs in the country is bringing the game into disrepute.

4. FICTITIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अवास्तविक):  false
Synonyms: fake, counterfeit
Antonyms: genuine
Example Sentence:
Reports of a deal were dismissed as fictitious by the Minister.

5. STIFLE (VERB): (दम घोंटना):  suffocate
Synonyms: choke, asphyxiate
Antonyms: cold, chilly
Example Sentence:
Those in the streets were stifled by the fumes.

6.MALICIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (द्वेषपूर्ण):  spiteful
Synonyms: malevolent, hostile
Antonyms: benevolent
Example Sentence:
He was found guilty of malicious damage.

7. ACCOUNTABLE (ADJECTIVE): (उत्तरदायी):  responsible
Synonyms: liable, answerable
Antonyms: unaccountable
Example Sentence:
Ministers are accountable to Parliament.

8. ARTICULATE (VERB): (व्यक्त करना):  express
Synonyms: voice, give voice to
Antonyms: bottle up
Example Sentence:
They were unable to articulate their emotions.

9. GRAVE (ADJECTIVE): (गंभीर):  solemn
Synonyms: earnest, serious
Antonyms: carefree
Example Sentence:
His face was grave.

10. RELUCTANCE (NOUN): (अनिच्छा):  unwillingness
Synonyms: disinclination, hesitation
Antonyms: willingness
Example Sentence:
She sensed his reluctance to continue.

Daily Vocab Dose

1.Pushing Through (Phrasal Verb)-to make a plan or suggestion be officially accepted or put into use.

2.Confrontation (N)-a hostile or argumentative situation or meeting between opposing parties. आमना-सामना, टकराव

3.Boycotting (V)-refuse to cooperate with or participate in (a policy or event). बहिष्कार करना

4.Belatedly (Adv)-delayed beyond the usual time.

5.Stay Away (Phrasal Verb)-to avoid someone or something. दूर रहना

6.Round The Corner (Phrase)-coming very soon or about to happen.

7.Manoeuvring (V)-move skilfully or carefully.

8.Legitimacy (N)-the quality of being reasonable and acceptable. वैधता

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