The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 269

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1). Rationale (Noun) – तर्क या सोच

Definition: a set of reasons or a logical basis for a course of action or belief.

Synonyms: reasoning, thinking, (logical) basis, logic, grounds, sense; principle, theory, philosophy, hypothesis

Antonyms: discouragement, proof, reality.

Usage: he explained the rationale behind the change

 

2). Reinvigorate (Verb) — पुनर्जीवित करना

Definition: give new energy or strength to.

Synonyms: modernize, renew, restore, revive.

Antonyms: kill, destroy, discourage.

Usage: we are fully committed to reinvigorating the economy of the area

 

3). Standalone (Adjective) — स्वतंत्र, व्यक्तिगत

Definition: (of computer hardware or software) able to operate independently of other hardware or software.

Synonyms:  independent, individualistic, unconventional, maverick

Antonyms: dependent, parasitic.

Usage: a stand-alone application

 

4). Perceived (Verb) – जागरूक होना

Definition: become aware or conscious of (something); come to realize or understand.

Synonyms:  discern, recognize, become cognizant of, become aware of, become conscious of, get/come to know

Antonyms: ignore, misunderstand.

Usage: his mouth fell open as he perceived the truth

 

5). Inevitable (Adjective) — अवश्यंभावी

Definition: certain to happen; unavoidable.

Synonyms:  unavoidable, inescapable, bound to happen, sure to happen,  inexorable, unpreventable

Antonyms: avoidable, uncertain

Usage: war was inevitable

 

6). Acquiesced (Verb) – चुपचाप मानना

Definition: accept something reluctantly but without protest.

Synonyms: agree, allow, adopt.

Antonyms: differ, oppose, decline.

Usage: Sara acquiesced in his decision

 

7). Blatantly (Adverb) – स्पष्ट रूप से

Definition: in an open and unashamed manner.

Synonyms: flagrant, glaring, obvious, undisguised, unconcealed, overt, open, transparent, patent, evident, manifest

Antonyms: inconspicuous, subtle

Usage: yet another space show that blatantly disregarded scientific fact

 

8). Nimble (Adjective) – चतुर

Definition: quick and light in movement or action; agile.

Synonyms:  agile, lithe, sprightly, acrobatic, light-footed, nimble-footed, light, light on one’s feet, fleet-footed

Antonyms: stiff, clumsy, lumbering

Usage: with a deft motion of her nimble fingers

 

9). Behemoths (Noun) – कुछ बड़ा

Definition: something enormous, especially a large and powerful organization.

Synonyms: monster, huge.

Antonyms: small, little.

Usage: shoppers are now more loyal to their local shops than to faceless behemoths

 

10). Waiving (Verb) – त्याग देना

Definition: refrain from insisting on or using (a right or claim).

Synonyms:  relinquish, renounce, give up, abandon, reject, surrender, yield, cede, do without, dispense with

Antonyms: claim, pursue

Usage: he will waive all rights to the money

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