The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 77

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1) inflow (noun) —  भारी प्रवाह, समृद्धि

Meaning : the movement of a large number of people or things or a large amount of money into a place.

Synonyms : affluence, flux, income, influx

Antonyms : retreat, departure

Usage : “enormous inflows of foreign investment”


2) uptick (noun) — अभिवृद्धि

Meaning : a small increase or slight upward trend.

Synonyms : accretion, accrual, addendum

Antonyms : abatement, decline, decrease

Usage : “an uptick in foreign tourism”


3) robustness (noun) — मजबूती

Meaning : the quality or condition of being strong and in good condition.

Synonyms : fitness, health, healthiness

Antonyms : debility, decrepitude, feebleness

Usage : “the overall robustness of national and international financial systems”


4) dovish (adjective) — युद्ध-विरोधी, संगीन

Meaning : supporting discussion or other peaceful solutions in political relationships rather than the use of force

Synonyms : anti-war, concord

Antonyms : militarist, militaristic

Usage : He is a dovish politican who was one of the signers of a model peace treaty.


5) nimble (adjective) — फुर्तीला

Meaning : quick and light in movement or action; agile.

Synonyms : agile, lithe, sprightly, acrobatic

Antonyms : stiff, clumsy, lumbering

Usage : “with a deft motion of her nimble fingers”


6) trajectory (noun) — प्रक्षेपवक्र

Meaning : the path followed by a projectile flying or an object moving under the action of given forces.

Synonyms : course, route, path, track

Antonyms : uncreativeness

Usage : “the missile’s trajectory was preset”


7) disruptive (adjective) — विघटनकारी

Meaning : causing or tending to cause disruption.

Synonyms : troublemaking, troublesome, unruly, rowdy

Antonyms : calming, disciplined

Usage : “breaking a disruptive technology into the market is never easy”


8) erratic (adjective) — अनियमित

Meaning : not even or regular in pattern or movement; unpredictable.

Synonyms : unpredictable, inconsistent, changeable

Antonyms : predictable, consistent

Usage : “her breathing was erratic”


9) crippled (adjective) — पंगु

Meaning : (of a person) unable to walk or move properly; disabled.

Synonyms :  disable, paralyse, immobilize

Antonyms : aid, assist, cure

Usage : “a crippled old man”


10) render (verb) – प्रदान  करना

Meaning : cause to be or become; make.

Synonyms : give, provide, supply, furnish

Antonyms : keep, retain, withhold

Usage : “money serves as a reward for services rendered”

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