The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams April 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 17 April 2020

The Hindu Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams:-

1. ENVELOP (VERB): (घेर लेना): cover
Synonyms: enwrap, surround
Antonyms: unwrap
Example Sentence:
I saw a figure approaching, enveloped in a black cloak.

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2. CATEGORICAL (ADJECTIVE): (स्पष्ट):unqualified
Synonyms: unconditional unequivocal
Antonyms: conditional, equivocal
Example Sentence:
The categorical charges made in the document rebut this plea.

3. SUBTERFUGE (NOUN): (छल): deceit
Synonyms: trickery, deception
Antonyms: honesty, openness
Example Sentence:
He had to use subterfuge and bluff on many occasions.

4. ACKNOWLEDGE (VERB): (स्वीकार करना): admit
Synonyms: accept, grant
Antonyms: reject, deny
Example Sentence:
The problem of the refugees was acknowledged by the authorities.

5. PLIGHT (NOUN): (दुर्दशा): predicament
Synonyms: trouble, difficulty
Antonyms: blessing
Example Sentence:
We must direct our efforts towards the plight of children living in poverty.

6. BERATE (VERB): (डाँटना): rebuke
Synonyms: reprimand, reproach
Antonyms: praise
Example Sentence: She berated herself for being fickle.

7. IMPERATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (अनिवार्य): vital
Synonyms: crucial, critical
Antonyms: unimportant, optional
Example Sentence:
Immediate action was imperative.

8. SURPASS (VERB): (श्रेष्ठ होना): excel
Synonyms: be greater than, exceed
Antonyms: fail
Example Sentence:
Pre-war levels of production were surpassed in 1929.

9. INCENTIVIZE (VERB): (प्रोत्साहित करना): motivate
Synonyms: encourage
Antonyms: discourage
Example Sentence:
This is likely to incentivize management to find savings.

10. RIGOROUS (ADJECTIVE): (सचेत): meticulous
Synonyms: punctilious, conscientious
Antonyms: slapdash
Example Sentence:
The rigorous testing of consumer products.

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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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