The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 193

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1). Distress (Noun) – — संकट

Definition: extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain

Synonyms:anguish, suffering, pain, agony, ache, affliction, torment, torture, discomfort, heartache, heartbreak

Antonyms: advantage, cheer, aid, comfort, gladness, calm

Usage: to his distress he saw that she was trembling

 

2). Procurement (Noun) – अधिग्रहण

Definition:  the action of obtaining or procuring something

Synonyms: acquisition, appropriation, attainment, acquirement

Antonyms: discourage, hinder, forfeit, lose, prevent

Usage: financial assistance for the procurement of legal advice

 

3). Glut (Noun) भरमार

Definition: an excessively abundant supply of something

Synonyms: surplus, excess, surfeit, overabundance, oversupply

Antonyms: dearth, scarcity

Usage: there is a glut of cars on the market

 

4). Culmination (Noun) परिणति

Definition: the highest or climactic point of something, especially as attained after a long time

Synonyms:  climax, pinnacle, peak, height, top, summit

Antonyms: begin, commence, start, create, open

Usage: the deal marked the culmination of years of negotiation

 

5). Malaise (Noun) – अस्वस्थता

Definition: a general feeling of discomfort, illness, or unease whose exact cause is difficult to identify

Synonyms: unhappiness, restlessness, unease, melancholy, depression, anxiety

Antonyms: comfort, well-being

Usage: a general air of malaise

 

6). Agitation (Noun) – व्यग्रता

Definition: a state of anxiety or nervous excitement

Synonyms: anxiety, perturbatio, disquiet, distress, concern, worry

Antonyms: calmness, relaxation

Usage: she was wringing her hands in agitation

 

7). Tangible (Adjective) – वास्तविक

Definition:  perceptible by touch

Synonyms:  palpable, tactile, material, physical, real, substantial, corporeal, solid, concrete

Antonyms: intangible, unreal, abstract, conceptual

Usage: he atmosphere of neglect and abandonment was almost tangible

 

8). Imperceptible (Adjective) – अतीन्द्रिय

Definition: so slight, gradual, or subtle as not to be perceived

Synonyms:unnoticeable, undetectable, indistinguishable, indiscernible, unapparent, inappreciable, invisible, inaudible, impalpable, unobtrusive

Antonyms: obvious, noticeable

Usage: his head moved in an almost imperceptible nod

 

9). Verdict (Noun) – निर्णय

Definition: a decision on an issue of fact in a civil or criminal case or an inquest

Synonyms:judgement,decision, finding, ruling, resolution, pronouncement, decree, order, settlement, result, conclusion, opinion, prognosis, conviction, assumption, presumption;

Antonyms: accusation

Usage: the jury returned a verdict of not guilty

 

10). Coalition (Noun) – गठबंधन

Definition: a temporary alliance for combined action, especially of political parties forming a government.

Synonyms:  lliance, union, partnership, affiliation, bloc, caucus

Antonyms: detachment, disunion, division, disconnection, separation

Usage: a coalition between Liberals and Conservatives

 

11). Slender (Adjective) – अल्प

Definition: (of something abstract) barely sufficient in amount or basis.

Synonyms:meagre, limited, slight, modest, scanty, scant, sparse, small, little, paltry, inconsiderable, insubstantial, inadequate, insufficient

Antonyms: considerable, substantial, abundant

Usage: a notion based on slender evidence

 

12). Manoeuvre (Noun) – पैंतरेबाज़ी

Definition: a movement or series of moves requiring skill and care.

Synonyms: operation, exercise, activity, move, movement, action

Antonyms: tautness, tightness, browbeat

Usage: snowboarders performed daring manoeuvres on precipitous slopes

 

13). Instability (Noun) – अस्थिरता

Definition: the state of being unstable; lack of stability.

Synonyms:unreliability, uncertainty, unpredictability, unpredictableness, precariousness, unsteadiness, insecurity, vulnerability,

Antonyms: stability, soundness

Usage: political and economic instability

 

14). Recession (Noun) – मंदी

Definition: a period of temporary economic decline during which trade and industrial activity are reduced, generally identified by a fall in GDP in two successive quarters

Synonyms:  downturn, depresssion, slump, slowdown, trough

Antonyms: boom, upturn

Usage: the country is in the depths of a recession

 

15). Vigil (Noun) – जलूस

Definition: a period of keeping awake during the time usually spent asleep, especially to keep watch or pray.

Synonyms:  observance, duty, guard, patrol, attention, notice, observation

Antonyms: disregard, ignorance, neglect, indifference

Usage: my birdwatching vigils lasted for hours

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