The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 66

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1) enact (verb) – — अधिनियम बनाना

Meaning : make (a bill or other proposal) law/put into practice (an idea or suggestion).

Synonyms : execute, depict

Antonyms : fail, miss

Usage : “the pressure group’s aim was to see the proposals enacted”


2) underlie (verb) — बुनियाद रखना

Meaning : (especially of a layer of rock or soil) lie or be situated under (something)/ be the cause or basis of (something).

Synonyms : basic, elemental, hidden

Antonyms : secondary

Usage : “limestone underlies much of the site”


3) incur (verb)- किया गया

Meaning : become subject to (something unwelcome or unpleasant) as a result of one’s own behavior or actions.

Synonyms : acquire, Arouse, earn

 Antonyms : forfeit, lose

Usage : “I will pay any expenses incurred”


4) precision (noun)- — परिशुद्धता

Meaning : the quality, condition, or fact of being exact and accurate.

Synonyms : exactness, exactitude, accuracy

Antonyms : carelessness, disregard

Usage : “the deal was planned and executed with military precision”


5) bode (verb)- एक विशेष परिणाम का एक हिस्सा होना

Meaning : be a portent of a particular outcome.

Synonyms : augur, presage, portend, foretell

Usage : “their argument did not bode well for the future”


6) Lopsided (adjective) — सममित

Meaning : with one side lower or smaller than the other.

Synonyms : asymmetrical, unsymmetrical, uneven

Usage : “a lopsided grin”


7) incumbents (noun) — अवलंबी

Meaning : the holder of an office or post.

Synonyms : holder, bearer, occupant

Antonyms : chosen, discretionary

Usage : “the present incumbent will soon be retiring”


8) deter (verb)- — हतोत्साह करना

Meaning : discourage (someone) from doing something by instilling doubt or fear of the consequences.

Synonyms : put off, discourage, dissuade

Antonyms : encourage, persuade

Usage : “only a health problem would deter him from seeking re-election”


9) diligently (adverb) — परिश्रमपूर्वक

Meaning : in a way that shows care and conscientiousness in one’s work or duties.

Synonyms : assiduous, attentive, careful

Antonyms : unenthusiastic, unscrupulous

Usage : “he spends his nights diligently working on his dissertation”


10) predicament (noun)- — कठिन परिस्थिति

Meaning : a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation.

Synonyms : difficult situation, awkward situation, mess

Antonyms : advantage, agreement, benefit

Usage : “the club’s financial predicament”


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