The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 43

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1) Condemn (Verb) — निंदा करना

Definition: Express complete disapproval of; censure.

Synonyms: Censure, Criticize, Castigate, Attack

Antonyms: Praise, Commend

Usage: The global terror finance watchdog condemned.

 

2) Scrutiny (Noun) — संवीक्षा

Definition: Critical observation or examination.

Synonyms: Inspection, Survey, Scan, Study

Antonyms: Glance, Cursory look

Usage: A black-list would mean enhanced financial scrutiny of its government, possible sanctions against its central bank, and a downgrade of its financial and credit institutions.

 

3) Weaponry (Noun) — हथियार

Definition: Weapons regarded collectively.

Synonyms: Ammunition, Arms, Defense

Usage: Terror entities do not travel out of the country, or have access to funding or weaponry.

 

4) Repercussion (Noun) – परिणाम या प्रतिक्रिया

Definition: An unintended consequence of an event or action, especially an unwelcome one.

Synonyms: Consequence, Result, Effect

Antonyms: powerlessness, weakness

Usage: The world community must make it clear to the Pakistan government the possible international and financial repercussions of ignoring the FATF’s timeline.

 

5) Affluent (Adjective) – समृद्ध या धनी

Definition: (especially of a group or area) having a great deal of money; wealthy.

Synonyms: Wealthy, Rich, Prosperous, Opulent

Antonyms: Poor, Impoverished

Usage: The savings of low-income Indian households have traditionally remained unprotected by the government when compared to those of the more affluent economic groups.

 

6) Promulgate (Verb) — प्रख्यापन करना

Definition: Promote or make widely known (an idea or cause).

Synonyms: Publicize, Spread, Communicate, Propagate

Antonyms: Conceal, Hush (up), Silence, Suppress

Usage: President Ram Nath Kovind has promulgated the Banning of Unregulated Deposit Schemes Ordinance.

 

7) Miscreant (Noun) — उपद्रवियों

Definition: A person who has done something wrong or unlawful.

Synonyms: Criminal, Culprit, Wrongdoer, Malefactor,

Antonyms: Innocent, Saint

Usage: These unregulated schemes have also been misused by some miscreants.

 

8) Swindle (Verb) — छलना

Definition: Use deception to deprive (someone) of money or possessions.

Synonyms: Defraud, Cheat, Trick, Fleece

Antonyms:  Frankness, Honesty, Openness

Usage: Some miscreants to swindle the money of depositors with the promise of unbelievably high returns in a short period of time.

 

9) Heinous (Adjective) — जघन्य

Definition: (of a person or wrongful act, especially a crime) utterly odious or wicked.

Synonyms: Odious, Wicked, Evil, Atrocious

Antonyms: Admirable

Usage: The Saradha chit fund scam in West Bengal is just one example of such a heinous financial crime against depositors.

 

10) Cahoots (Noun) — बराबर भागों में

Definition: Colluding or conspiring together secretly.

Synonyms: Conniving, Collaborating

Antonyms:  Divided, Separate, Uncoordinated

Usage: In fact, in the past there have been several cases of politicians acting in cahoots with the operators of fraudulent deposit schemes.

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