The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 283

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1). Scrutiny (Noun) — संवीक्षा

Definition: critical observation or examination.

Synonyms: careful examination, inspection, survey, scan, study, perusal

Antonyms:  glance, cursory look

Usage: every aspect of local government was placed under scrutiny

 

2). Sceptics (Noun) — संशयवादियों

Definition: a person inclined to question or doubt accepted opinions.

Synonyms: cynic, doubter, questioner, scoffer

Antonyms: believer, accept.

Usage: The crowd is sceptics to president

 

3). Intrusion (Noun) — अनाहूत प्रवेश

Definition: the action of intruding.

Synonyms:  encroachment on, trespass on, obtrusion into

Antonyms: withdrawal

Usage: he was furious about this intrusion into his private life

 

4). Staved (Verb) — तोड़ना, टूटना

Definition: break something by forcing it inwards or piercing it roughly.

Synonyms: break in, smash in, put a hole in, push in, kick in, cave in, splinter

Antonyms: aid, assist, support.

Usage: the door was staved in

 

5). Leveraging (Verb) – इस्तेमाल करना

Definition: use (something) to maximum advantage.

Synonyms: grip, purchase, hold, grasp

Antonyms: disadvantage, weakness.

Usage: the organization needs to leverage its key resources

 

6). Rampant (Adjective) — अनियंत्रित

Definition: (especially of something unwelcome) flourishing or spreading unchecked.

Synonyms:uncontrolled, unrestrained, unchecked, unbridled, widespread, pandemic, epidemic, pervasive

Antonyms:  controlled, under control

Usage: political violence was rampant

 

7). Fret (Verb) – झल्लाहट होना

Definition: be constantly or visibly anxious.

Synonyms: worry, be anxious, feel uneasy, be distressed, be upset, upset oneself

Antonyms: ignore , please, appease, pacify.

Usage: she fretted about the cost of groceries

 

8). Incurred (Verb) – झेला हुआ, खर्च किया हुआ

Definition: become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one’s own behaviour or actions.

Synonyms: suffer, sustain, experience, bring upon oneself, expose oneself to

Antonyms: loss, miss, discourage, misunderstand.

Usage: I will pay any expenses incurred

 

9). Abridge (Verb) — संक्षेप करना

Definition: shorten (a book, film, speech, etc.) without losing the sense.

Synonyms: shorten, cut, cut short/down, curtail, truncate, lessen, trim

Antonyms: lengthen, expand on, pad out, lengthened, expanded

Usage: an abridged text of his speech

 

10). Defiance (Noun) — अवज्ञा

Definition: open resistance; bold disobedience.

Synonyms:  resistance, opposition, confrontation

Antonyms: submission, obedience

Usage: an act of defiance

 

11). Flaws (Noun) — दोषों

Definition: a mark, blemish, or other imperfection which mars a substance or object.

Synonyms: defect, blemish, fault, imperfection, deficiency, weakness, weak spot/point, inadequacy

Antonyms:power, brawn, brawniness, muscle, muscularity, burliness, sturdiness, robustness, toughness

Usage: a flaw in the glass

 

12). Ushered (Verb) – शुरुआत करना

Definition:  cause or mark the start of something new.

Synonyms: herald, mark the start of, signal, announce, give notice of, ring in, show in, set the scene for

Antonyms: cease, close, conclude, finish, stop.

Usage:  the railways ushered in an era of cheap mass travel

 

13). Clamping (Verb) — कसकर पकड़ना

Definition: hold (something) tightly against another thing.

Synonyms: clench, grip, hold, press, squeeze

Antonyms:  release, free.

Usage:  Maggie had to clamp a hand over her mouth to stop herself from laughing

 

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