The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 133

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1) Hinge (noun) — काज

Meaning: a movable joint or mechanism on which a door, gate, or lid swings as it opens and closes or which connects linked objects.

Synonyms: depend, hang, ride, turn

Antonyms: halt, crepitate, jar, grate

Usage: “the ironing board was set into the wall and hinged at the bottom”

 

2) Stance (noun) — आसन

Meaning: the way in which someone stands, especially when deliberately adopted (as in cricket, golf, and other sports); a person’s posture.

Synonyms: posture, body position, pose, attitude

Antonyms: unsteadiness

Usage: “she altered her stance, resting all her weight on one leg”

 

3) Hinted (verb) — संकेत दिया

Meaning: suggest or indicate something indirectly or covertly.

Synonyms: imply, insinuate, intimate, suggest

 Antonyms: answer, solution

Usage: “the Minister hinted at a possible change of heart”

 

4) Unconventional (adjective) — अपरंपरागत

Meaning: not based on or conforming to what is generally done or believed.

Synonyms: unusual, irregular, unorthodox, unfamiliar

Antonyms: conventional, orthodox

Usage: “his unconventional approach to life”

 

5) Aggressively (adjective) — उग्रता के साथ

Meaning: ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from aggression.

Synonyms: hostile, belligerent, bellicose, antagonistic

Antonyms: submissive, diffident

Usage: “he’s very uncooperative and aggressive”

 

6) Synchronizing (verb) – के साथ-साथ होना

Meaning: cause to occur or operate at the same time or rate.

Synonyms: accompany, attend, co-occur, coexist, coincide, concur

Usage: “soldiers used watches to synchronize movements”

 

7) Stint (verb) — बाँधना

Meaning: supply a very ungenerous or inadequate amount of (something).

Synonyms: spell, stretch, period, time, turn

Antonyms: cloy, content, fill, glut, sate, satiate, satisfy, suffice, surfeit

Usage: “stowage room hasn’t been stinted”

 

8) Curbing (verb) – रोकना या नियंत्रण करना

Meaning: restrain or keep in check.

Synonyms: restrain, hold back, keep back, hold in, repress

Antonyms: release

Usage: “she promised she would curb her temper”

 

9) Impediments (noun) — बाधें

Meaning: a hindrance or obstruction in doing something.

Synonyms: hindrance, obstruction, obstacle

Antonyms: Benefit

Usage: “a serious impediment to scientific progress”

 

10) Feasibility (noun) — व्यवहार्यता

Meaning: the state or degree of being easily or conveniently done.

Synonyms: practicability, practicality, workability, workableness

Antonyms: impracticability

Usage: “the feasibility of screening athletes for cardiac disease”

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