The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 29

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1) Restrain (Adjective) – रोक देना या नियंत्रित करना

Meaning: Characterized by reserve or moderation; unemotional or dispassionate.

Synonyms: Controlled, Steady, Phlegmatic, Unemotional

Antonyms: Immoderate, Emotional

Usage: Trump was restrained in his State of the Union address, but did nothing to bridge the divide.

 

2) Furlough (Verb) — थोड़े दिन की छुट्टी देना

Meaning: Grant leave of absence to.

Synonyms: Discharge, Dismissal, Layoff

Antonyms: Callback, Recall, Reemployment,

Usage: The worrisome thought on the minds of at least 800,000 government workers, who were furloughed without pay for 35 days during the longest federal government shutdown in U.S. history.

 

3) Supplant (Verb) – हटा देना या बदल देना

Meaning: Supersede and replace.

Synonyms: Replace, Displace, Supersede,

Usage: In 2017 it supplanted Pakistan as Afghanistan’s largest trading partner.

 

4) Bustle (Verb) – हलचल करना

Meaning: Move in an energetic and busy manner.

Synonyms: Rush, Dash, Scurry, Scuttle

Antonyms: Amble

Usage: Brought up in a bustling Lutheran parsonage in a coastal corner of Denmark, she is known in Brussels for her straight manner and dry humour.

 

5) Suspicion (Noun) – शक या संदेह 

Meaning:  A feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true.

Synonyms: Intuition, Feeling, Impression, Inkling

Antonyms: Certainty

Usage: She had a sneaking suspicion that he was laughing at her

6) Unpalatable (Adjective) – बेस्वाद

Meaning: Not pleasant to taste.

Synonyms: Unappetizing, Uninviting, Unappealing

Antonyms: Palatable, Tasty

Usage: scraps of unpalatable food.

 

7) Fraternize (Verb) — भाईचारा करना

Meaning: Associate or form a friendship with someone, especially when one is not supposed to.

Synonyms: Associate, Mix, Mingle, Consort, Socialize

Antonyms: Disagree, Ignore

Usage: She ignored Elisabeth’s warning glare against fraternizing with the enemy.

 

8) Ineluctable (Adjective) — अनिवार्य

Meaning: Unable to be resisted or avoided; inescapable.

Synonyms: Certain, Ineludible, Inescapable, Inevitable

Antonyms: Avoidable, Evadable, Uncertain, Unsure

Usage: The chances of a deal seem to be ebbing, even as the number of Japanese born on the islands ineluctably shrinks

 

9) Clog (Verb) — रोकना

Meaning: Block or become blocked with an accumulation of thick, wet matter.

Synonyms: Block, Obstruct, Congest, Jam, Choke,

Antonyms: Unblock

Usage: The gutters were clogged up with leaves

 

10) Heirloom (Noun) — विरासत

Meaning: A valuable object that has belonged to a family for several generations.

Synonyms: Antique, Bequest, Birthright, Gift

Usage: In Japanese politics, foreign policy is all too often a family heirloom.

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