The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 118

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1) reeling (verb) लड़खड़ाना

Meaning: wind something on to a reel by turning the reel.

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

Antonyms: stable, steady

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


2) obligations (noun) दायित्वों

Meaning: an act or course of action to which a person is morally or legally bound; a duty or commitment.

Synonyms: duty, commitment, responsibility

Antonyms: grace, postponement, stay

Usage: “I have an obligation to look after her”


3) Undeniably (adverb) निर्विवाद

Meaning: unable to be denied or disputed.

Synonyms: indisputable, indubitable, unquestionable

 Antonyms: debatable, questionable

Usage: “it is an undeniable fact that some dogs are easier to train than others”


4) tremendous (adjective) अधिक  मात्रा में

Meaning: very great in amount, scale, or intensity.

Synonyms: very great, huge, enormous, immense, colossal, massive

Antonyms: tiny, small, slight, soft

Usage: “Penny put in a tremendous amount of time”


5) pervasive (adjective) — प्रसरणशील

Meaning: (especially of an unwelcome influence or physical effect) spreading widely throughout an area or a group of people.

Synonyms: prevalent, penetrating, pervading, permeating, extensive

Antonyms: rare, strange, unknown, unusual

Usage: “ageism is pervasive and entrenched in our society”


6) persistent (adjective) — दृढ़

Meaning: continuing firmly or obstinately in an opinion or course of action in spite of difficulty or opposition.

Synonyms: tenacious, persevering, determined, resolute

Antonyms: intermittent, occasional

Usage: “persistent rain will affect many areas”


7) sobering (adjective) — गंभीर मनोदशा।

Meaning: tending to make one thoughtful or sober

Synonyms: creating a more serious, sensible, or solemn mood.

Usage: “a sobering thought”


8) irrevocably (adverb) — अपरिवर्तनीय

Meaning: in a way that cannot be changed, reversed, or recovered.

Synonyms: irreversible, unrectifiable, irremediable, irreparable

Antonyms: reversible, temporary

Usage: “my life changed irrevocably in an instant”


9) uninhabitable (adjective) — निर्जन

Meaning: (of a place) unsuitable for living in.

Synonyms: habitable, livable (also liveable)

Antonyms: livable

Usage: “the house had been declared uninhabitable”


10) ratified (verb) — की पुष्टि करना

Meaning: sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid.

Synonyms: confirm, approve, sanction, endorse

Antonyms: reject, revoke

Usage : “both countries were due to ratify the treaty by the end of the year”


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