The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 70

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1) hostage (noun) – बंदी

Meaning : a person seized or held as security for the fulfilment of a condition.

Synonyms : captive, prisoner, detainee, internee

Antonyms : captor

Usage : “they were held hostage by armed rebels”


2) evidently (adverb) — जाहिर तौर पर

Meaning : in a way that is clearly seen or understood; obviously.

Synonyms : obviously, clearly, plainly

Antonyms : improbably, unlikely

Usage : “a work so evidently laden with significance”


3) coercion (noun) — अवपीड़न

Meaning : the action or practice of persuading someone to do something by using force or threats.

Synonyms : force, compulsion, constraint, duress

 Antonyms : agreement, approval, consent

Usage : They used coercion to obtain the confession.


4) Intensive (adjective) — गहन

Meaning : concentrated on a single subject or into a short time; very thorough or vigorous.

Synonyms : thorough, in-depth, concentrated, rigorous

Antonyms : light, moderate, soft

Usage : “she undertook an intensive Arabic course”


5) grossly (adverb) — स्थूल ढ़ंग से

Meaning : in a very obvious and unacceptable manner; flagrantly.

Synonyms : extremely; excessively

Antonyms : clean, decent, G-rated, nonobscene, wholesome

Usage : “you have grossly insulted a member of the community”


6) ramp up — बढ़ाना

Meaning : A ramp up is an increase in the amount of products or services a company sells, usually by expansion into new markets or geographic regions.

Synonyms : accrue, accumulate, amass

Usage : Pratt faces some significant headwinds on this ramp-up.


7) uninspiring (adjective) — उबाऊ, नीरस,

Meaning : not producing excitement or interest.

Synonyms : boring, dull, dreary, drab, unexciting

Antonyms : amazing, astonishing, astounding, awesome

Usage : “an uninspiring game that United scarcely deserved to win”


8) vigorously (adverb) — कर्मठता से

Meaning : in a way that involves physical strength, effort, or energy; strenuously.

Synonyms : strenuously, with great vigour, strongly

Antonyms : dull, lethargic, listless, sluggish, torpid

Usage : “she shook her head vigorously”


9) Inevitably (adverb) — अनिवार्य रूप से

Meaning : as is certain to happen; unavoidably.

Synonyms : naturally, automatically, as a matter of course, necessarily

Antonyms : unnecessarily

Usage : “inevitably some details are already out of date”


10) shunning (verb) – बच निकलना

Meaning : persistently avoid, ignore, or reject (someone or something) through antipathy or caution.

Synonyms : avoid, evade, eschew

Antonyms : accept, admire, allow

Usage : “he shunned fashionable society”

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