The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 181

SSC and all Competitive Exams. Explore The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary to score good marks in English Section. Start practicing these vocabulary to increase your word power. While reading a passage you have to highlight tough words in it and analyse the correct meaning for those words. This will help you understand the passage clearly and also you can learn more new words, it means also you can develop your vocabulary. To help you in this part we have provided a English Vocabulary passage along with meaning, synonyms and usages of hard words in the passage, make use of it. We also providing Important Vocabulary Quiz based on “THE ECONOMIST” and “THE HINDU”

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1). Conjecture (Noun) – अनुमान

Definition: an opinion or conclusion formed on the basis of incomplete information.

Synonyms: guess, speculation, surmise, fancy, notion, belief, suspicion,

presumption, assumption

Antonyms: fact, know.

Usage: conjectures about the newcomer were many and varied


2). Rivals (Verb) – प्रतिद्वंद्वी होना

Definition: be or seem to be equal or comparable to.

Synonyms: compete with, vie with, match, be a match for, equal, emulate, measure up to, come up to, compare with

Antonyms: partner, ally.

Usage: the efficiency of the Bavarians rivals that of the Viennese


3). Unprecedented (Adjective) – अभूतपूर्व

Definition: never done or known before.

Synonyms:  unparalleled, unequalled, unmatched, unrivalled, without parallel, without equal

Antonyms: normal, common.

Usage: the government took the unprecedented step of releasing confidential correspondence


4). Fomenting (Verb) – भड़काना

Definition: instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action).

Synonyms:  instigate, incite, provoke, agitate, excite, stir up, whip up, arouse, inspire, encourage, urge

Antonyms: deter, discourage, finish, ignore.

Usage: they accused him of fomenting political unrest


5). Ferocity (Noun) – क्रूरता

Definition: the state or quality of being ferocious.

Synonyms: savagery, brutality, brutishness, barbarity, fierceness, violence,  aggression, bloodthirstiness, murderousness

Antonyms: gentleness, calm, kind.

Usage: the ferocity of the storm caught them by surprise


6). Dislodge (Verb) – हटा देना

Definition: knock or force out of position.

Synonyms:  remove, move, shift, displace, knock out of place, knock out of position, knock over, upset

Antonyms: plan, sow, take in.

Usage: the hoofs of their horses dislodged loose stones


7). Refurbished (Verb) – अच्छी अवस्था में लाना

Definition: renovate and redecorate (something, especially a building).

Synonyms:  renovate, recondition, rehabilitate, revamp, make over, overhaul, restore, renew, develop, redevelop

Antonyms: damage, antique, break.

Usage: the premises have been completely refurbished in our corporate style


8). Behest (Noun) – आज्ञा

Definition: a person’s orders or command.

Synonyms: instruction, bidding, request, requirement, wish, desire

Antonyms: answer, reply.

Usage: they had assembled at his behest


9). Subsumes (Verb) – शामिल या अवशिषित करना

Definition: include or absorb (something) in something else.

Synonyms: classify, contain, incorporate, involve.

Antonyms: exclude, omit.

Usage: most of these phenomena can be subsumed under two broad categories


10). Plethora (Noun) – बहुतायत

Definition: a large or excessive amount of something.

Synonyms: excess, large, huge.

Antonyms: small, few amount.

Usage: a plethora of committees and subcommittees


11). Bidder (Noun) — बोली लगाने वाला

Definition: a person or organization making a formal offer for something, especially at an auction.

Synonyms: aspirant, candidate, challenger, player.

Antonyms: ally, friend, associate.

Usage: she was the highest bidder for this rare portrait

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