The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams 26 to 30 April 2020

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary For All Competitive Exams 26 to 28 April 2020

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary

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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 30 April 2020

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1. RECKLESS (ADJECTIVE): (लापरवाह): irresponsible
Synonyms: rash, careless
Antonyms: responsible
Example Sentence:
It would have been reckless just to drive on.

2. FAULTY (ADJECTIVE): (दोषपूर्ण): malfunctioning
Synonyms: broken, damaged
Antonyms: working
Example Sentence:
The car met with an accident due to a faulty brake.

3. ISOLATE (VERB): (अलग कर देना):  separate
Synonyms: segregate, detach
Antonyms: integrate
Example Sentence:
The country has been isolated from the rest of the world.

4. APPALLING (ADJECTIVE): (भयावह): shocking
Synonyms: horrific, terrible
Antonyms: unalarming
Example Sentence:
The cat suffered appalling injuries during the attack.

5. POST (PREPOSITION): (उपरांत): subsequent to
Synonyms: after
Antonyms: before
Example Sentence:
American poetry post the 1950s hasn’t had the same impact.

6. SURVEILLANCE (NOUN): (निगरानी): observation
Synonyms: scrutiny, watch
Antonyms: carelessness
Example Sentence:
He found himself put under surveillance by British military intelligence.

7. DESPERATE (ADJECTIVE): (निराश): despairing
Synonyms: hopeless, anguished
Antonyms: cheerful.
Example Sentence:
A desperate emptiness had occupied him.

8. BETRAY (VERB): (धोखा देना): deceive
Synonyms: break faith with, double-cross
Antonyms: be loyal to
Example Sentence:
A double agent betrayed some 400 British and French agents to the Germans.

9. RESOLVE (NOUN) : (संकल्प) : determination
Synonyms: resolution
Antonyms: indecision
Example Sentence:
She received information that strengthened her resolve.

10. ZEALOUS (ADJECTIVE): (उत्साही):
Synonyms: ardent, fervid
Antonyms: apathetic
Example Sentence:
The council was extremely zealous in the application of the regulations.


The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 29 April 2020

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1. DETRIMENT (VERB): (हानि पहुँचाना): harm
Synonyms: damage, injury
Antonyms: benefit
Example Sentence:
Such tests are a detriment to good education.

2. DISRUPTION (NOUN): (विघटन): disturbance
Synonyms: disordering, disarranging
Antonyms: union
Example Sentence:
The scheme was planned to minimize disruption.

3.BEHEMOTH(ADJECTIVE): (बहुत बड़ा): huge
Synonyms: enormous, colossal
Antonyms: tiny
Example Sentence:
Shoppers are now more loyal to their local shops than to faceless behemoths.

4. WOE (NOUN): (दुःख): misery
Synonyms: sorrow, distress
Antonyms: happiness
Example Sentence:
The Romeo-Juliet’s tale of woe continued.

5. AXIOMATIC (ADJECTIVE): (सिद्ध): self-evident
Synonyms: unquestionable, undeniable
Antonyms: disputable
Example Sentence:
It is axiomatic that dividends have to be financed.

6.ONGOING(ADJECTIVE):(चल रही है): in progress
Synonyms: under way, going on
Antonyms: finished
Example Sentence:
The negotiations on the deal are ongoing.

7. STRIKING (ADJECTIVE): (ज़ाहिर): noticeable
Synonyms: obvious, conspicuous
Antonyms: inconspicuous
Example Sentence:
The murder bore a striking similarity to an earlier shooting.

8.SUBJECT(ADJECTIVE):(अतिसंवेदनशील): susceptible to
Synonyms: liable to, prone to
Antonyms: resistant
Example Sentence:
He was subject to bouts of depression.

9. BOUT (NOUN): (अवधि): spell
Synonyms: period, time
Antonyms: stagnation
Example Sentence:
Occasional bouts of exercise are essential.

10.STRENUOUS(ADJECTIVE): (मुश्किल): arduous
Synonyms: difficult, hard
Antonyms: easy
Example Sentence:
I made strenuous efforts to upgrade myself.


The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 28 April 2020

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1. DEXTEROUS (ADJECTIVE): (निपुण):deft
Synonyms: adept, adroit
Antonyms: stupid
Example Sentence:
My friend is a dexterous drum and piano player.

2. SPIKE (VERB): (खत्म करना): put a stop to
Synonyms: put an end to, put the lid on
Antonyms: begin
Example Sentence:
He doubted they would spike the entire effort over this one negotiation.

3. DISRUPTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (उपद्रवी):troublesome
Synonyms: unruly, rowdy
Antonyms: well behaved
Example Sentence:
Disruptive pupils are always difficult to handle.

4. NEGOTIATION (NOUN): (बातचीत):talks
Synonyms: parleying, conference
Antonyms: disagreement
Example Sentence:
A worldwide ban is currently under negotiation.

5. AUGMENT (VERB): (बढ़ाना):supplement
Synonyms: top up, build up
Antonyms: decrease
Example Sentence:
He augmented his summer income by painting houses.

6. QUASH (VERB): (रद्द करना): cancel
Synonyms: reverse, rescind
Antonyms: validate
Example Sentence:
His conviction was quashed on appeal.

7. AFFIRMATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (सकारात्मक): positive
Synonyms: assenting, consenting
Antonyms: dissenting
Example Sentence:
He gave me an affirmative answer.

8. LAUDABLE (ADJECTIVE): (प्रशंसनीय):praiseworthy
Synonyms: commendable, admirable
Antonyms: blameworthy
Example Sentence:
Laudable though the aim might be, the results have been criticized.

9. DEPRIVED (ADJECTIVE):(वंचित):disadvantaged
Synonyms: underprivileged, impoverished
Antonyms: fortunate
Example Sentence:
The charity cares for destitute and deprived children.

10. AIDE (NOUN):(सहयोगी): assistant
Synonyms: helper, adviser
Antonyms: boss
Example Sentence:
He needed an aide for the task.


The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 27 April 2020

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1. STRINGENT (ADJECTIVE): (कठोर):strict
Synonyms: firm, rigid
Antonyms: lenient, flexible
Example Sentence:
Stringent guidelines were issued on air pollution.

2. CONFRONT (VERB): (सामना करना):challenge
Synonyms: square up to, resist
Antonyms: avoid
Example Sentence:
300 policemen confronted an equal number of union supporters.

3. SURPASS (VERB): (श्रेष्ठ होना): excel
Synonyms: exceed, outdo
Antonyms: fail, equal
Example Sentence:
Pre-war levels of production were surpassed in 1929.

4. RELIABLE (ADJECTIVE): (विश्वसनीय):  dependable
Synonyms: well founded, well grounded
Antonyms: unreliable
Example Sentence:
Newspapers are a reliable source of information.

5. CONSCIENTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (ईमानदार): diligent
Synonyms: industrious, punctilious
Antonyms: casual
Example Sentence:
Being a conscientious man, he took his duties very seriously.

6. PREROGATIVE (NOUN): (विशेषाधिकार): entitlement
Synonyms: right, privilege
Antonyms: disqualification
Example Sentence:
In some countries, higher education is predominantly the prerogative of the rich.

7. DOUSE (VERB): (सराबोर करना): drench
Synonyms: soak, souse
Antonyms: dry
Example Sentence:
He doused the car with petrol and set it on fire.

8. PREJUDICE (NOUN): (पक्षपात):bias
Synonyms: bigotry, partiality
Antonyms: fairness
Example Sentence:
The English always have prejudice against foreigners.

9. VIOLATE (VERB): (उल्लंघन करना): contravene
Synonyms: infringe, infract
Antonyms: comply with
Example Sentence:
He was accused of violating basic norms.

10. FRIGHT (NOUN): (भय): fear
Synonyms: terror, horror
Antonyms: security
Example Sentence:
I jumped up in fright.

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary : 26 April 2020

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1.MANDATORY(ADJECTIVE): (अनिवार्य): obligatory
Synonyms: compulsory, binding
Antonyms: optional
Example Sentence:
Wearing helmets was made mandatory for pedal cyclists.

2. RECOMMENDATION (NOUN): (सिफ़ारिश): commendation
Synonyms: endorsement
Antonyms: disapproval
Example Sentence:
He selected his staff by personal recommendation.

3. CUSTOMARY (ADJECTIVE): (प्रथागत):usual
Synonyms: traditional, conventional
Antonyms: unusual
Example Sentence:
It is customary to mark an occasion like this with a toast.

4. INHIBIT (VERB): (बाधा डालना):impede
Synonyms: hinder, hamper
Antonyms: assist
Example Sentence:
Too cold weather inhibits plants’ growth.

5. EXEMPTION (NOUN): (छूट):immunity
Synonyms: exception, dispensation
Antonyms: liability
Example Sentence:
Vehicles that may qualify for exemption from tax.

6. EXCEPTION (NOUN): (अपवाद):anomaly
Synonyms: irregularity, deviation
Antonyms: rule
Example Sentence:
He always plays top tunes, and tonight was no exception.

7. RELIANCE (NOUN): (भरोसा):credit
Synonyms: dependence, dependency
Antonyms: disbelief
Example Sentence:
The farmer’s reliance is on pesticides.

8. DISEMBARK (VERB): (उतरना):leave
Synonyms: get off, debark
Antonyms: embark
Example Sentence:
The passengers began to disembark.

9. DIRE (ADJECTIVE): (अत्यावश्यक):serious
Synonyms: urgent, grim
Antonyms: mild
Example Sentence:
Misuse of drugs can have dire outcomes.

10. BREACH (NOUN): (उल्लंघन):contravention
Synonyms: violation, breaking
Antonyms: agreement
Example Sentence:
There was a breach of confidence among them.



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.

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