The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 151

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1). Bracing (Adjective) – ताजा और सशक्त

Definition: fresh and invigorating.

Synonyms: invigorating, refreshing, stimulating, energizing, exhilarating, enlivening,


Usage: the bracing sea air


2). Peers (Verb) – निकट / इमानदारी से देखना

Definition: look with difficulty or concentration at someone or something.

Synonyms: squint, look closely/earnestly, try to see, look through narrowed eyes, narrow one’s eye

Usage: Faye peered at her with suspicion


3). Bruising (Verb) – परेशान करना या अपमान करना

Definition: hurt (someone’s feelings).

Synonyms: upset, offend, insult, affront, hurt, wound, pain, injure, crush, displease,


Usage: she tried to bolster her bruised pride


4). Fallout (Noun) परिणाम

Definition: the adverse results of a situation or action.

Synonyms: outgrowth, consequence, offshoot.

Usage: he’s prepared to take calculated risks regardless of political fallout


5). Manoeuvre (Noun) — पैंतरेबाज़ी

Definition: carefully guide or manipulate (someone or something) in order to achieve an end.

Synonyms:  intrigue, plot, scheme, plan, lay plans, conspire, pull strings

Usage: they were manoeuvring him into betraying his friend


6). Bluster (Verb) – धमकाना

Definition: talk in a loud, aggressive, or indignant way with little effect.

Synonyms: rant, thunder; boast, brag, swagger

Usage: you threaten and bluster, but won’t carry it through


7). Glut (Noun) – भरमार

Definition: an excessively abundant supply of something.

Synonyms:  surplus, excess, surfeit, superfluity, overabundance, superabundance

Usage: there is a glut of cars on the market


8). Allying (Verb) – जोड़ना

Definition: combine or unite a resource or commodity with (another) for mutual benefit.

Synonyms: combine, marry, couple, merge, amalgamate, join, pool, fuse

Usage: he allied his racing experience with his father’s business acumen


9). Reluctant (Adjective) — अनिच्छुक

Definition: unwilling and hesitant; disinclined.

Synonyms: unwilling, disinclined, unenthusiastic, grudging, resistant, resisting,


Usage: today, many ordinary people are still reluctant to talk about politics


10). Ostensibly (Adverb) – प्रकट रूप से

Definition: as appears or is stated to be true, though not necessarily so; apparently.

Synonyms: apparently, seemingly, on the face of it, to all appearances, on the surface

Usage: the party secretary resigned, ostensibly from ill health


11). Credentials (Noun) – दस्तावेज़

Definition: a qualification, achievement, quality, or aspect of a person’s background, especially when used to indicate their suitability for something.

Synonyms:  documents, papers, identity papers, identification papers, bona fides

Usage: recruitment is based mainly on academic credentials

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