The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams 05 April 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 05 April 2020

1. EXAGGERATE (VERB): (अतिरंजना करना): overemphasize

Synonyms: overstate, overstress

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Antonyms: understate, play down

Example Sentence:

He was apt to exaggerate any aches and pains.

 

2. DISCLOSURE (NOUN): (प्रकटीकरण):

revelation

Synonyms: divulgence, declaration

Antonyms: concealment

Example Sentence:

A judge ordered the disclosure of the government documents.

 

3. DEVASTATE (VERB): (झटका देना):

shatter

Synonyms: shock, stun

Antonyms: please, excite

Example Sentence:

She was devastated by the loss of her beloved husband.

 

4. DENOUEMENT (NOUN): (नतीजा):

result

Synonyms: outcome, upshot

Antonyms: origin

Example Sentence:

I waited by the eighteenth green to see the denouement.

 

5.HUMANITARIAN(ADJECTIVE): (मानवीय): compassionate

Synonyms: humane, unselfish

Antonyms: noununselfish

Example Sentence:

Groups sent humanitarian aid to needy.

 

6. INHIBITORY (ADJECTIVE): (निवारक):

preventive

Synonyms: preventative, precautionary

Antonyms: permissive

Example Sentence:

Children of labor were less likely of family preventive.

 

7. RESTRAINT (NOUN): (संयम):

control

Synonyms: self-control, self-restraint

Antonyms: abandon, forwardness

Example Sentence:

He urged the protestors to exercise restraint.

 

8. CRITICAL (ADJECTIVE): (आलोचनात्मक): condemnatory

Synonyms: censorious, condemning

Antonyms: complimentary

Example Sentence:

I was very critical of the previous regime.

 

9. DON (VERB): (पहनना): put on

Synonyms: pull on slip on

Antonyms: take off

Example Sentence:

In the dressing room the players donned their football shirts.

 

10. DISTRESS (NOUN): (पीड़ा):

pain

Synonyms: anguish, suffering

Antonyms: happiness, comfort

Example Sentence:

To his distress he saw that she was trembling.

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THE HINDU EDITORIAL is one of the important sessions to read and to practice as english section is considered as the one which cannot be cracked. Break the Myth by preparing for the English Language section in various exams like SBI PO 2020, SBI Clerk 2020, IBPS PO 2020, IBPS CLERK 2020 and many others.

These topics are widely expected to be asked in the reading comprehension, Cloze Test or Error Detection in the forthcoming exams. So gear up your Exam preparation and learn new words daily.

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