The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 253

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  1. Manifold (adjective) – बहुविध या विविध

Definition: many and various.

Synonyms: many, numerous, multiple, multifarious, multitudinous, multiplex, legion, diverse, various, several, varied, different, miscellaneous, assorted, sundry, copious,

Antonyms: singular, only, sole, single, one (and only), solitary, lone, unique, only possible, individual, exclusive

Usage: the implications of this decision were manifold

 

  1. Inclined (verb) — अनुकूल रूप से तैयार रहना

Definition: be favourably disposed towards or willing to do something.

Synonyms: disposed, minded, of a mind, willing, ready, prepared; predisposed

Antonyms: disinterested, unbiased, unprejudiced, impartial, neutral, non-partisan, non-discriminatory

Usage: he was inclined to accept the offer

 

  1. Liberalise (verb) — उदार बनाना

Definition: remove or loosen restrictions on (something, typically an economic or political system)

Synonyms: make liberal, free, wide-ranging, broad-based, general, humanistic

Antonyms: constricted, restricted, confined, cramped, minimal

Usage: several agreements to liberalize trade were signed

 

  1. Pitfall (noun) — ख़तरा

Definition: a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty.

Synonyms: hazard, danger, risk, peril, difficulty, issue, problem, catch, snag, stumbling block, drawback

Antonyms: pros, advantages, upper hand, edge, positives

Usage: the pitfalls of buying goods at public auctions

 

  1. Concord (noun) — सामंजस्य

Definition: agreement or harmony between people or groups.

Synonyms: agreement, harmony, accord, consensus, concurrence, unity, unanimity, unison

Antonyms: disagreement, chaos, dissent, dispute, dissimilarity, variance, disparity

Usage: They signed a pact of peace and concord

 

  1. Incumbent (adjective) — अवलंबी

Definition: necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility.

Synonyms: binding, obligatory, mandatory, necessary, compulsory, required, requisite, essential, imperative

Antonyms: unnecessary, not needed, unimportant, insignificant, trivial

Usage: it is incumbent on the government to give a clear lead

 

  1. Irregularity (noun) — अनियमितता

Definition: the state or quality of being irregular.

Synonyms: asymmetry, lack of symmetry, non-uniformity, unevenness, crookedness, lopsidedness, contortion, deformity, jaggedness, raggedness, cragginess

Antonyms: regular, orderly, organized, methodical, systematic, structured

Usage: there is evidence that fraud and irregularity continue on a large scale

 

  1. Forefront (noun) – सबसे आगे

Definition: the leading or most important position or place.

Synonyms: vanguard, van, spearhead, head, lead, fore, front, front line, cutting edge, foreground

Antonyms: follow, copy, imitate, follow suit, unoriginal, final, last

Usage: the issue has moved to the forefront of the political agenda

 

  1. Rhetoric (noun) — अलंकार शास्र

Definition: language designed to have a persuasive or impressive effect, but which is often regarded as lacking in sincerity or meaningful content.

Synonyms: bombast, loftiness, turgidity, grandiloquence, magniloquence, ornateness, portentousness, pomposity, boastfulness, boasting, bragging, heroics, hyperbole,

Antonyms: sincere, meaningful, to the point, direct, honest

Usage: all we have from the Opposition is empty rhetoric

 

  1. Mainstream (noun) — मुख्यधारा

Definition: the ideas, attitudes, or activities that are shared by most people and regarded as normal or conventional.

Synonyms: normal, conventional, ordinary, orthodox, conformist, accepted, established, recognized, common, usual, prevailing, popular

Antonyms: radical, uncommon, strange, unnatural, not accepted, unusual, out of ordinary

Usage: the author never strays far from mainstream physics

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