The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams 15 April 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 15 April 2020

1. TATTERS (NOUN): (चिथड़े): rags
Synonyms: scraps, shreds
Antonyms: new
Example Sentence:
He was forced to wear rags and tatters a beggar would scorn.

2. OBVIATE (VERB): (छुटकारा पाना): prevent
Synonyms: remove, get rid of
Antonyms: involve
Example Sentence:
The presence of roller blinds obviated the need for curtains.

3. PRODIGIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (विशाल): huge
Synonyms: enormous, colossal
Antonyms: small, unexceptional
Example Sentence: jagran_josh
The stove consumed a prodigious amount of fuel.

4. SURFACE (ADJECTIVE): (सतही): external
Synonyms: superficial, seeming
Antonyms: fundamental
Example Sentence:
The sentences are much longer as any one can see by a surface examination.

5. PLUMMET (NOUN): (डूबना): plunge
Synonyms: hurtle, nosedive
Antonyms: soar
Example Sentence:
A climber was killed when he plummeted 300 feet down an icy gully.

6. POSIT (VERB): (तथ्‍य मान लेना): postulate
Synonyms: advance, propound
Antonyms: abstain
Example Sentence:
The Confucian view posits a perfectible human nature.

7. BEFIT (VERB): (अनुकूल होना): fitting
Synonyms: in keeping with, as befits
Antonyms: out of keeping with
Example Sentence:
As befits a Quaker, he was a humane man.

8. MACABRE (NOUN): (भयंकर): gruesome
Synonyms: grisly, grim
Antonyms: cheerful
Example Sentence:
We witnessed a macabre series of murders.

9. CAVEAT (NOUN): (चेतावनी): caution
Synonyms: warning, admonition
Antonyms: incaution
Example Sentence:
There are a number of caveats which concern the validity of the assessment.

10. GREGARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सुसामाजिक): sociable
Synonyms: social convivial
Antonyms: unsociable
Example Sentence:
He was a popular and gregarious man.

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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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