English Vocabulary from “The Hindu Editorial”-(Day-129)

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The Hindu Editorial – 22.03.2018

 

1). Crusader (Noun) – धर्मयुद्ध करने वाला

Definition: a person who campaigns vigorously for political, social, or religious change; a campaigner.

Synonyms: campaigner, fighter, battler

Usage: crusaders for early detection and treatment of mental illnesses

 

2). Trimming (Noun) — काटछांट करना

Definition: small pieces trimmed off something.

Synonyms:  cuttings, clippings, parings, shavings, ends

Usage: hedge trimmings

 

3). Uproar (Noun) – कोलाहल

Definition: a public expression of protest or outrage.

Synonyms:  outcry, furore, outrage, howl of protest, protest, protestation, complaint, objection

Usage: it caused an uproar in the press

 

4). Circumspect (Adjective) – चौकन्ना

Definition: wary and unwilling to take risks.

Synonyms:  cautious, wary, careful, chary, guarded, on one’s guard

Usage: the officials were very circumspect in their statements

 

5). Disseminated (Verb)  —  फैलाया हुआ

Definition: spread (something, especially information) widely.

Synonyms: spread, circulate, distribute, disperse, diffuse, proclaim, promulgate, propagate

Usage: health authorities should foster good practice by disseminating information

 

6). Distraught (Adjective) – व्याकुल

Definition: very worried and upset.

Synonyms: worried, upset, distressed, fraught, devastated, shattered

Usage: a distraught woman sobbed and screamed for help

 

7). Retrace (Verb) – वापस जाना, खोजना

Definition: go back over (the same route that one has just taken).

Synonyms: Discover, Search.

Usage: he began to retrace his steps to the station car park

 

8). Prudent (Adjective) – विवेकी, चतुर

Definition: acting with or showing care and thought for the future.

Synonyms:  wise, well judged, judicious, sagacious, sage, shrewd, advisable, well advised, politic, sensible, commonsensical

Usage: no prudent money manager would authorize a loan without first knowing its purpose

 

9). Dystopian (Adjective) — मनहूस

Definition: relating to or denoting an imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one.

Synonyms: Imagination, Fiction.

Usage: the dystopian future of a society bereft of reason

 

10). Detain (Verb) – प्रतिधारित करना

Definition: keep (someone) from proceeding by holding them back or making claims on their attention.

Synonyms:  delay, hold up, make late, retard, keep (back), slow up, slow down, set back

Usage: she made to open the door, but he detained her

 

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