The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 59

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1) Persuasive (Adjective) — प्रेरक

Definition: Good at persuading someone to do or believe something through reasoning or the use of temptation.

Synonyms: Convincing, Effective, Cogent,

Antonyms: Unconvincing, Weak

Usage: Its decision on Masood Azhar is shocking — but India must keep up persuasive diplomacy


2) Dossier (Noun) — फ़ाइल

Definition: A collection of documents about a particular person, event, or subject.

Synonyms: File, Report, Case History

Usage: It reached out to several governments, and shared a dossier on Azhar with each member of the Security Council, who are all members of the 1267 ISIL and al-Qaeda sanctions committee.


3) Foil (Verb) – विफल करना

Definition: Frustrate the efforts or plans of.

Synonyms: Thwart, Frustrate, Counter, Oppose,

Antonyms: Assist

Usage: From 2016 to 2018, India’s proposals to list Azhar, with evidence of JeM involvement in the Pathankot airbase attack, were also foiled by China.


4)  Emanate (Verb) — निर्गत होना

Definition: originate from; be produced by

Synonyms: Emit, Evolve, Exhale, Expel, Expire

Antonyms: Absorb, Inhale,

Usage: China is unwilling to align itself with India on its concerns on cross-border terrorism emanating from Pakistan.


5) Regrettable (Adjective) — पछतावा करने योग्य

Definition: (of conduct or an event) giving rise to regret; undesirable; unwelcome.

Synonyms: Undesirable, Unfortunate, Unwelcome

Antonyms: Desirable, Welcome

Usage: China’s stand is regrettable and condemnable, and it has been consistent on this issue.


6) Coercion (Noun) — अवपीड़न

Definition: The action or practice of persuading someone to do something by using force or threats.

Synonyms: Force, Compulsion, Constraint

Antonyms: Persuasion

Usage: New Delhi must now consider whether it wishes to accept this as a fait accompli, or confront Beijing to try to persuade it to change its stand by means of incentives or coercion.


7) Concerted (Adjective) — सम्मिलित

Definition: Jointly arranged or carried out; coordinated.

Synonyms: Joint, United,

Antonyms: Separate, Individual

Usage: This is a challenge, as any kind of concerted international pressure from the Western countries in this regard has in the past only served to be counterproductive.


8) Unravel (Verb) – हल करना

Definition: Investigate and solve or explain (something complicated or puzzling).

Synonyms: Solve, Resolve


Usage: The agency must swiftly unravel the sexual assault and blackmail racket that has victimised a number of young women.


9) Piteous (Adjective) – दयनीय

Definition: Deserving or arousing pity.

Synonyms: Sad, Pitiful, Pitiable, Pathetic, Distressing

Usage: Sourced from the phones of those who were arrested, it had a woman piteously pleading with her abusers to leave her alone.


10) Accentuate (Verb) – प्रमुख बनाना

Definition: Make more noticeable or prominent.

Synonyms: Highlight, Spotlight, Foreground, Feature

Antonyms: Mask, Divert attention from

Usage: Given the timing, with the Lok Sabha polls and critical Assembly by-elections around the

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