The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 249

SSC and all Competitive Exams. Explore The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary to score good marks in English Section. Start practising this vocabulary to increase your word power. While reading a passage you have to highlight tough words in it and analyse the correct meaning of 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 an 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. Unsustainable (adjective) — अरक्षणीय

Definition: not able to be maintained at the current rate or level.

Synonyms: unsuitable, infeasible, unworkable, implausible, untenable, unviable

Antonyms: suitable, steady, feasible, tenable, viable, stable

 Usage: macroeconomic instability led to an unsustainable boom


  1. Imperative (adjective) — आज्ञार्थक

Definition: of vital importance; crucial.

Synonyms: vitally important, of vital importance, all-important, vital, crucial, critical, essential

Antonyms: unimportant, insignificant, not of importance, trivial, trifling, minor

Usage: immediate action was imperative


  1. Evolved (verb) – विकसित होना

Definition: develop gradually.

Synonyms: develop, progress, make progress, advance, move forward, make headway, mature

Antonyms: regress, revert, retrogress, relapse, lapse, backslide, go backwards, slip back, drift back

Usage: The human race took thousands of years to evolve


  1. Tantamount (adjective) – समान

Definition: equivalent in seriousness to; virtually the same as.

Synonyms: equivalent to, equal to, amounting to, as good as, more or less, synonymous with

Antonyms: unequal, not similar, different, unrelated, incomparable, opposite to

Usage: not taking action would be tantamount to dereliction of duty


  1. Curb (noun) – प्रतिबंध

Definition: a check or restraint on something

Synonyms: restraint, restriction, check, brake, rein, control, limitation, limit, constraint, stricture

Antonyms: free, without restriction, not limited, no limitations, unchecked

Usage: plans to introduce tougher curbs on insider dealing


  1. Perpetrator (noun) – अपराधी

Definition: a person who carries out a harmful, illegal, or immoral act.

Synonyms: criminal, offender, delinquent, doer, culprit, guilty

Antonyms: obedient, law-abiding, innocent, not guilty, righteous

Usage: the perpetrators of this horrific crime must be brought to justice


  1. Expedite (verb) — शीघ्रता करना

Definition: make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.

Synonyms: speed up, accelerate, hurry, hasten, step up, quicken, precipitate, rush

Antonyms: slow down, unhurried, unrushed, relaxed, gentle, slow-going

Usage: he promised to expedite economic reforms


  1. Manifestation (noun) – अभिव्यक्ति

Definition: an event, action, or object that clearly shows or embodies something abstract or theoretical.

Synonyms: display, demonstration, showing, show, exhibition, presentation, indication, illustration

Antonyms: not displayed, secret, not discussed, theoretical, unproven, unseen

Usage: the first obvious manifestations of global warming have been noticed


  1. Deterrent (noun) — निवारक

Definition: a thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something.

Synonyms: disincentive, discouragement, dissuasion, damper, brake, curb, check, restraint

Antonyms: encouragement, motivation, persuasion , incitement, stimulation

Usage: cameras are a major deterrent to crime


  1. Truant (noun) — अनुपस्थित रहना

Definition: a member who stays away from an organization without leave or explanation.

Synonyms: absentee, non-attender, missing, uninvolved, not present, unseen

Antonyms: common, seen, present, found, noticed, available

Usage: He believed that the presence of cameras would make crimes truant

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