The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 73

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1) gag (verb) वमन करना

Meaning : choke or retch.

Synonyms : retch, heave, dry-heave, convulse

Antonyms : whisper, familiar

Usage : “he gagged on the wine”


2) defamatory (adjective) मानहानिकारक

Meaning : (of remarks, writing, etc.) damaging the good reputation of someone; slanderous or libellous.

Synonyms : libellous, slanderous, defaming, calumnious

Antonyms : complimentary, approving

Usage : “a defamatory allegation”


3) injunction (noun) निषेधाज्ञा

Meaning : an authoritative warning or order.

Synonyms : order, ruling, direction, directive, command

Antonyms : appeal, entreaty, petition, plea

Usage : The temporary injunction violates the basic principle in free speech law


4) disseminated (adjective) प्रसारित

Meaning : having spread throughout an organ or the body.

Synonyms : broadcast, circulate, propagate, spread

Antonyms : cloak, conceal, enshroud

Usage : Arraying print and electronic media outlets that had not previously disseminated


5) utterances (noun) उक्ति

Meaning : a spoken word, statement, or vocal sound. /the action of saying or expressing something aloud.

Synonyms : remark, comment, word, expression, statement

Antonyms : listening, question, quiet

Usage : “he whispered, as if to lend his utterances an added confidentiality”


6) omnibus  (adjective) सर्वग्राही

Meaning : comprising several items.

Synonyms : all-embracing, all-in [chiefly British], all-inclusive, broad-gauge

Antonyms :  circumscribed, limited, narrow, restricted

Usage : an omnibus edition of his more popular stories


7) debutant (noun) लोगों के सामने पहली उपस्थिति करनेवाला

Meaning : a man making his first public appearance, especially in sport.

Synonyms : new comer, beginner.

Antonyms : Expert

Usage : “rarely in the history of the festival has a debutant director won the Palme d’Or”


8) defendants (noun) बचाव पक्ष

Meaning : an individual, company, or institution sued or accused in a court of law.

Synonyms : accused, prisoner at the bar

Antonyms : Plaintiff, believe

Usage : “the defendant tried to claim that it was self-defence”


9) jolt (verb) झटका देना

Meaning : push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly.

Synonyms : push, thrust

Antonyms : disadvantage

Usage : “a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forwards”


10) reeled (verb) लड़खड़ाना

Meaning : lose one’s balance and stagger or lurch violently.

Synonyms : stagger, lurch, sway, rock, stumble, totter

Antonyms : stabilize, steady

Usage : “he punched Connolly in the ear, sending him reeling”

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