The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 111

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1) penetrate (verb) — भीतर आना

Meaning : go into or through (something), especially with force or effort.

Synonyms : pierce, puncture, make a hole in, perforate, stab, prick

Antonyms : depart, exit, leave

Usage : “the shrapnel had penetrated his head”

 

2) obstructed (verb) — बाधित

Meaning : block (an opening, path, road, etc.); be or get in the way of.

Synonyms : block up, clog, clog up, get/stand in the way of, cut off

Antonyms : clear

Usage : “she was obstructing the entrance”

 

3) susceptible (adjective) — अतिसंवेदनशील

Meaning : likely or liable to be influenced or harmed by a particular thing.

Synonyms : open to, receptive to, vulnerable to, defenceless against

 Antonyms : immune, resistant

Usage : “patients with liver disease may be susceptible to infection”

 

4) scatter (verb) – बिखराव करना

Meaning : throw in various random directions.

Synonyms : disperse, break up, disband, separate

Antonyms : assemble, converge, congregate

Usage : “the roar made the dogs scatter”

 

5) haze (noun) — धुन्ध

Meaning : a slight obscuration of the lower atmosphere, typically caused by fine suspended particles.

Synonyms : blur, daze, confusion, vagueness, muddle

Antonyms : alertness, levelheadedness

Usage : “the cold air has no pollution and very little haze”

 

6) aperture (noun) — छिद्र

Meaning : an opening, hole, or gap.

Synonyms : opening, hole, gap, space, slit, slot, vent

Usage : “the bell ropes passed through apertures in the ceiling”

 

7) indigenous (adjective) — देशज

Meaning : originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; native.

Synonyms : native, aboriginal, local

Antonyms : expatriate, migrant, adventitious

Usage : “the indigenous peoples of Siberia”

 

8) surveillance (noun) — निगरानी

Meaning : close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal.

Synonyms : observation, scrutiny, watch, view, inspection

Antonyms : ignorance, neglect

Usage : “he found himself put under surveillance by British military intelligence”

 

9) solicit (verb) — याचना करना

Meaning: ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone.

Synonyms : ask for, request, apply for, put in for, seek

Antonyms : report

Usage : “he called a meeting to solicit their views”

 

10) dissent (noun) — असम्मति

Meaning : the holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held.

Synonyms : lack of agreement, difference of opinion, argument, dispute

Antonyms : agreement, acceptance

Usage : “there was no dissent from this view”

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