The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 117

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1) Outreach (noun) — पहुंचने की सीमा या लंबाई

Meaning: the extent or length of reaching out.

Synonyms: break, exceed, outrun, overpass, overreach

Usage: “the loving outreach of God to the world”


2) Affinity (noun) आत्मीयता

Meaning: a natural liking for and understanding of someone or something.

Synonyms: empathy, rapport, sympathy, accord

Antonyms: dislike, aversion, antipathy

Usage: “he had a special affinity with horses”


3) Incipient (adjective) प्रारंभिक

Meaning: beginning to happen or develop.

Synonyms: developing, impending, growing

 Antonyms: Full-blown

Usage: “he could feel incipient anger building up”


4) Deliberations (noun) विवेचना

Meaning: long and careful consideration or discussion.

Synonyms: thought, thinking, consideration, reflection, contemplation

Antonyms: Haste

Usage: “after much deliberation we arrived at a compromise”


5) Bragging (noun) डींग मारने का

Meaning: excessively proud and boastful talk about one’s achievements or possessions.

Synonyms: awesome, bang-up, banner, beautiful, blue-chip

Antonyms: bad, inferior, low-grade, substandard, unsatisfactory

Usage: “she interrupted their endless bragging”


6) Swagger (verb) अकड़के चलना

Meaning: walk or behave in a very confident and arrogant or self-important way.

Synonyms: strut, parade, stride, roll, prance

Antonyms: bemoan, lament, mourn, regret

Usage: “he swaggered along the corridor”


7) Inaugural (adjective) — उद्‍घाटन संबंधी

Meaning: marking the beginning of an institution, activity, or period of office.

Synonyms: first, initial, introductory, initiatory

Antonyms: final, closing

Usage: “his inaugural concert as Music Director”


8) Flattered (verb) — चापलूसी करना

Meaning: lavish praise and compliments on (someone), often insincerely and with the aim of furthering one’s own interests.

Synonyms: compliment, praise, commend, admire

Antonyms: offend

Usage: “she was flattering him in order to avoid doing what he wanted”


9) Deceive (verb) — धोखा देना

Meaning: deliberately cause (someone) to believe something that is not true, especially for personal gain.

Synonyms: swindle, defraud, cheat, trick, hoodwink

Antonyms: debunk, expose, reveal, show up, uncloak, uncover, unmask

Usage: “I didn’t intend to deceive people into thinking it was French champagne”


10) Choked (verb) — अवस्र्द्ध होना

Meaning: fill (a space) so as to make movement difficult or impossible.

Synonyms: gag, retch, cough, struggle for air

Antonyms: restore, resuscitate, revive

Usage : “Willie choked on a mouthful of tea”

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