The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 37

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1) Trivial (adjective) – तुच्छ

Meaning: of little value or importance.Synonyms : unimportant, insignificant, inconsequential, minor

Antonyms: big, consequential, eventful, important, major, material.

Usage: “huge fines were imposed for trivial offences”


2) Exigencies (Noun) – मजबूरियों

Meaning: an urgent need or demand.

Synonyms: need, demand, requirement, want.

Antonyms: ease, Easiness, ordinariness.

Usage: “women worked long hours when the exigencies of the family economy demanded it”.


3) strident (Adjective) – तेज़

Meaning: (of a sound) loud and harsh; grating.

Synonyms : harsh, raucous, rough, grating, rasping, jarring, loud.

Antonyms: soft, dulcet.

Usage : “his voice had become increasingly strident”.


4) engulfed (Verb) – घिरा हुआ

Meaning: (of a natural force) sweep over (something) so as to surround or cover it completely.

synonyms: inundate, flood, deluge, immerse, swamp

Antonyms: deluge, drown, flood, gulf, inundate, overflow.

Usage: “the cafe was engulfed in flames”


5) panders (Verb) – बढ़ावा देना

Meaning : gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire or taste or a person with such a desire or taste).

Synonyms : indulge, gratify, satisfy, cater to, give in to

Antonyms : anger, annoy, disappoint, disturb

Usage : “newspapers are pandering to people’s baser instincts”


6) wobbly (Adjective) – दिखता जारी

Meaning: tending to move unsteadily from side to side.

Synonyms:unsteady, unstable, shaky, rocky, rickety

Antonyms: balanced,Certain, confident

Usage: “the car had a wobbly wheel”


7) acrimony (Noun) – रूखापन

Meaning: bitterness or ill feeling.

synonyms: bitterness, rancour, resentment, ill feeling, ill will, bad blood.

Antonyms: good will,Love, benevolence

Usage: “the AGM dissolved into acrimony”.


8) abide (Verb)- रहना

Meaning: accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).

Synonyms: comply with, obey, observe, follow, keep to.

Antonyms: flout, reject.

Usage: “I said I would abide by their decision”


9) federalism (noun)- संघवाद

Meaning: the federal principle or system of government.

Synonyms: unionism, unitarianism, republicanism

Antonyms : antifederalism

Usage: “idealists who were committed to European federalism”


10) inherent (Adjective) – निहित

Meaning : existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.

Synonyms: intrinsic, innate, immanent, built-in, inborn, ingrained

Antonyms: adventitious, extraneous, extrinsic

Usage: “any form of mountaineering has its inherent dangers”

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