The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 45

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1) Utterance (Noun) – कथन

Definition: A spoken word, statement, or vocal sound.

Synonyms: Remark, Comment, Word, Expression

Usage: The latter is manifest in New Delhi’s diplomatic utterances.


2) Retaliate (Verb) — प्रतिशोध लेना

Definition: To punish in kind the wrongdoer responsible for

Synonyms: Avenge, Redress, Requite

Antonyms: Absolve, Condone, Excuse

Usage: This strike was carried out in Pakistani territory, not in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, the theatre for retaliatory action in the past.


3) Convene (Verb) – बुलवाना

Definition: Come or bring together for a meeting or activity; assemble.

Synonyms: Summon, Call

Antonyms: Disperse

Usage: He has convened a meeting of the National Command Authority that oversees Pakistan’s nuclear policy.


4) Obviate (Verb) मुक्त हो जाना

Definition: Remove (a need or difficulty).

Synonyms: Preclude, Prevent, Remove

Usage: It could continue to deny that the Indian strike caused any damage on the ground, and obviate the need for retaliatory strikes.


5) Deterrent (Noun) — निवारक

Definition: A thing that discourages or is intended to discourage someone from doing something.

Synonyms: Disincentive, Discouragement, Dissuasion

Antonyms: Incentive, Encouragement

Usage: In the long term, building strong counter-terror defences, partnering with its own citizens to gather intelligence, and creating deterrents will be key.


6) Jeopardize (Verb) — ख़तरे में डालना

Definition: Put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure.

Synonyms: Threaten, Endanger, Imperil, Menace, Risk

Antonyms: Safeguard

Usage Mauritius has made it clear that it does not intend to jeopardise the future of the military base.


7) Thrash (Verb) – ताड़ना

Definition: Beat (a person or animal) repeatedly and violently with a stick or whip.

Synonyms: Hit, Beat, Flog, Whip, Horsewhip

Usage: When it lost this, London questioned the court’s jurisdiction and Mauritius’s version of how the deal had been thrashed out.


8) Erupt (Verb) — प्रस्फुटित होना

Definition: Break out suddenly and dramatically.

Synonyms: Break out, Flare up, Blow up, Boil over

Antonyms: Die down

Usage: Fierce fighting erupted between the army and guerrillas


9) Unperturbed (Adjective) – अबाधित

Definition: Not perturbed or concerned.

Synonyms: Untroubled, Undisturbed, Unworried, Unconcerned

Antonyms: Perturbed, Anxious

Usage: Many thought the old order rooted in “stability” (read: the decades-long unperturbed rule of single families or dictators) would be swept away by emerging democracies.


10) Topple (Verb) — गिर पड़ना

Definition: Overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall.

Synonyms: Fall, Tumble, Overturn, Overbalance

Antonyms: Get up, Rise,

Usage:  American invasion of Iraq toppled him and buried his regime.

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