The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 44

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1) Dilemma (Noun) — दुविधा

Definition: A difficult situation or problem.

Synonyms: Quandary, Predicament, Difficulty

Antonyms: Breeze, Cinch, Duck soup, Snap

Usage: The insoluble dilemma of adolescence


2) Reconcile (Verb) — मेल-मिलाप कराना

Definition: Restore friendly relations between.

Synonyms: Reunite

Antonyms: Estrange, Alienate

Usage: The dilemma of reconciling inalienable tribal rights with biodiversity conservation.


3) Inalienable (Adjective) — अयोग्य

Definition: Not subject to being taken away from or given away by the possessor.

Synonyms: Inviolable, Absolute, Sacrosanct, and Unchallengeable

Usage: The shareholders have the inalienable right to dismiss directors


4) Envisage (Verb)  — परिकल्पना करना

Definition: Contemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event.

Synonyms: Foresee, Predict, Forecast, Foretell,

Antonyms: Disregard, Ignore

Usage: In the ideal scheme, as the Forest Rights Act envisages, forested areas and their biodiversity will be protected by communities, with individuals taking forest produce only for sustenance and livelihood.


5) Opaque (adjective) — अपारदर्शी

Definition: Not able to be seen through; not transparent.

Synonyms: Non-Transparent, Cloudy, Filmy, Blurred

Antonyms: Transparent, Translucent, Clear

Usage: Bottles filled with a pale opaque liquid.


6) Vigorous (Adjective) – मजबूत

Definition: Strong, healthy, and full of energy.

Synonyms: Robust, Healthy

Antonyms: Frail, Weak

Usage: State governments need to pursue such programmes in a humane and vigorous fashion.


7) Mar (Verb) – बिगाड़ना या बर्बाद करना

Definition: Impair the quality or appearance of; spoil.

Synonyms: Spoil, Ruin, Impair

Antonyms: Improve, Enhance

Usage: Among the country’s largest employers in recent years, the realty sector has been marred by the debt overdose that has plagued much of corporate India.


8) Iterate (Verb) — पुनरावृति करना    

Definition: Perform or utter repeatedly.

Synonyms: Repeat, Recapitulate

Usage: In the wake of the Pulwama attack on February 14, the government has iterated once again its plan for the “diplomatic isolation” of Pakistan.


9) Vainglorious (Adjective) — व्रथा अभिमानी

Definition: Having too high an opinion of oneself

Synonyms: Assured, Bigheaded, Complacent, Conceited

Antonyms: Egoless, Humble, Modest, Uncomplacent

Usage: The truth is, in today’s interconnected world, it is vainglorious to expect countries to join a unilateral plan for isolation.


10) Rectify (Verb) – सुधारना या ठीक करना

Definition: Put right; correct.

Synonyms: Correct, Right, Amend, and Revise

Antonyms: Damage, Harm, Hurt, Impair

Usage: Let me get the store manager, and heʼll rectify the invoice for your order.

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