The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams 09 April 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 09 April 2020

1. VETERAN (NOUN): (अनुभवी):old hand

Synonyms: old-timer, old stager

Antonyms: novice, apprentice

Example Sentence: He is a veteran of two world wars.

2. SLANDEROUS (ADJECTIVE): (लज्जाजनक): discreditable

Synonyms: disreputable, dishonourable

Antonyms: seemly, proper

Example Sentence: We were stuck in a series of scandalous scams.

3. LIAISON (NOUN): (संपर्क):cooperation

Synonyms: contact, association

Antonyms: dissociation

Example Sentence: The head porter works in close liaison with the reception office.

4.DISINCLINED(ADJECTIVE)(अनिच्छुक): reluctant

Synonyms: unwilling, unenthusiastic

Antonyms: willing, eager

Example Sentence: Many ordinary people are still reluctant to talk about politics.

5. ENDORSEMENT (NOUN): (समर्थन): support

Synonyms: backing, approval

Antonyms: opposition

Example Sentence: The issue of full independence received overwhelming endorsement.

6. HEAVE (VERB): (उठाना): lift

Synonyms: raise, heft

Antonyms: put down

Example Sentence: She heaved the sofa back into place.

7. DEFT (ADJECTIVE): (निपुण): skilful

Synonyms: adept, adroit

Antonyms: clumsy, inept

Example Sentence: The script was both deft and literate.

8. DERIDE (VERB): (हँसी उड़ाना): mock

Synonyms: ridicule, scorn

Antonyms: friendly, open

Example Sentence: Opposition MPs derided the government’s decision.

9. ACQUITTAL (NOUN): (दोषमुक्ति): absolution

Synonyms: clearing, exoneration

Antonyms: conviction

Example Sentence: The trial resulted in an acquittal.

10. CERTITUDE (NOUN): (यक़ीन): conviction

Synonyms: certainty, assurance

Antonyms: doubt, uncertainty

Example Sentence: The question may never be answered with certitude.


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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