The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams 06 April 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 06 April 2020

1. TRIVIAL (ADJECTIVE): (महत्वहीन):

unimportant

Synonyms: insignificant,

inconsequential

Antonyms: important, essential

Example Sentence:

Huge fines were imposed for trivial offences.

2. PRESUME (VERB): (अनुमान लगाना):

suppose

Synonyms: assume, imagine

Antonyms: infer, deduce

Example Sentence:

I presumed that the man had been escorted from the building.

3. PREEMPTIVE (ADJECTIVE)(निवारक):

preventive

Synonyms: preventative, precautionary

Antonyms: permissive

Example Sentence:

He was the supporter of preemptive war and conservative fiscal policy.

4. ATTENUATE (NOUN): (कम करना):

weaken

Synonyms: reduce, lessen

Antonyms: strengthened

Example Sentence:

Her intolerance was attenuated by an unexpected liberalism.

5. ECSTATIC (ADJECTIVE): (उन्मादपूर्ण):

elated

Synonyms: enraptured, euphoric

Antonyms: miserable

Example Sentence:

Ecstatic fans filled the stadium.

6. FUSE (VERB): (मिलाना): blend

Synonyms: amalgamate, combine

Antonyms: separate

Example Sentence:

Intermarriage had fused the families into a large unit.

7. RESUME (VERB): (दोबारा आरम्भ करना): restart

Synonyms: recommence, start again

Antonyms: suspend, abandon

Example Sentence:

A day later normal service was resumed.

8. IMPLICIT (ADJECTIVE): (अंतर्निहित):

implied

Synonyms: indirect, inferred

Antonyms: explicit, direct

Example Sentence:

Comments seen as implicit criticism of the policies.

9. FABLED (ADJECTIVE): (प्रसिद्ध):

famed

Synonyms: celebrated, renowned

Antonyms: unknown, unsung

Example Sentence:

My art collection is fabled fortunately.

10. STICK (VERB): (अडिग रहना):

adhere

Synonyms: cling, remain

Antonyms: be forgotten

Example Sentence:

The plastic seats stuck to my skin.

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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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