The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 213

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1). Doldrums (Noun) – उदासी

Definition: a state or period of stagnation or depression.

Synonyms:depression, melancholy, gloom, gloominess, glumness, downheartedness, dejection, despondency,

Antonyms: happiness, busy, lively

Usage: the mortgage market has been in the doldrums for three years

 

2). Amid (Preposition) के बीच में

Definition:  surrounded by; in the middle of.

Synonyms: in the middle of, surrounded by, among, amongst, between

Antonyms: away from, beyond, far from, outside

Usage: our dream home, set amid magnificent rolling countryside

 

3). Steep (Adjective) – खड़ी

Definition: (of a rise or fall in an amount) very large or rapid

Synonyms: sharp, sudden, precipitate, precipitous, rapid

Antonyms: calm, gradual, kind, low, nice

Usage: a steep rise in unemployment

 

4). Tantrum (Noun) – गुस्से का आवेश

Definition: an uncontrolled outburst of anger and frustration, typically in a young child.

Synonyms:  fit of temper, fit of rage, fit of pique, fit, outburst, flare-up, blow-up, pet, paroxysm, frenzy, bad mood, mood, huff, scene

Antonyms: happiness, peace, calm, contentment

Usage: he has temper tantrums if he can’t get his own way

 

5). Taper (Verb) – संकीर्ण हो जाना

Definition: diminish or reduce in thickness towards one end

Synonyms: narrow, thin (out), become narrow, become narrower, become thin, become thinner, come to a point, attenuate

Antonyms: thicken, swell

Usage: it has roundish leaves which taper at the tip

 

6). Ethos (Noun)

Definition: the characteristic spirit of a culture, era, or community as manifested in its attitudes and aspirations. प्रकृति या स्वभाव

Synonyms: spirit, character, atmosphere, climate, prevailing tendency, mood, feeling, temper, tenor, flavour, essence, quintessence

Antonyms: body, physicality

Usage: a challenge to the ethos of the 1960s

 

7). Unfettered (Adjective) निरंकुश या मुक्त

Definition:  not confined or restricted.

Synonyms:  unrestrained, unrestricted, unconstrained, free, unbridled, untrammelled, unchecked, unconfined, unimpeded

Antonyms: restricted, fettered

Usage: his imagination is unfettered by the laws of logic

 

8). Unconscionable (Adjective) – अनैतिक

Definition: not right or reasonable.

Synonyms: unethical, amoral, immoral, unprincipled, indefensible, wrong

Antonyms: ethical, acceptable

Usage: the unconscionable conduct of his son

 

9). Migrant (Adjective) प्रवासी

Definition: tending to migrate or having migrated.

Synonyms: travelling, wandering, moving, migrating, migratory, expatriate

Antonyms: indigenous

Usage: migrant birds

 

10). Endorsement (Noun) समर्थन

Definition: the action of endorsing someone or something

Synonyms:  support, backing, approval, seal of approval, agreement, acceptance

Antonyms: denial, disapproval, opposition

Usage: the issue of full independence received overwhelming endorsement

 

 

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