The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 135

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1) Restraint (noun) संयम

Meaning: unemotional, dispassionate, or moderate behaviour; self-control.

Synonyms: self-control, self-restraint, self-discipline

Antonyms: abandon, forwardness, outspokenness

Usage: “he urged the protestors to exercise restraint”


2) Escalating (adjective) वृद्धि होना

Meaning: increasing rapidly.

Synonyms: increase rapidly, soar, rocket, shoot up

Antonyms: shrink

Usage: “the escalating cost of healthcare”


3) Vibrant (adjective) — ऊर्जा और जीवन से भरपूर

Meaning: full of energy and life.

Synonyms: full of life, full of spirit, high-spirited, energetic, sprightly

 Antonyms: spiritless, listless, dull

Usage: “a vibrant cosmopolitan city”


4) Tactic (noun) — युक्ति

Meaning: an action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific end.

Synonyms: set of tactics, manoeuvre, course/line of action

Antonyms: inopportune, unseasonable, untimely

Usage: “the minority attempted to control the Council by a delaying tactic”


5) Brink (noun) — कगार

Meaning: a point at which something, typically something unwelcome, is about to happen; the verge.

Synonyms: verge, edge, threshold, point

Antonyms: middle

Usage: “the country was on the brink of a constitutional crisis”


6) Enrichment (noun) — समृद्ध

Meaning: the action of improving or enhancing the quality or value of something.

Synonyms: ameliorate, amend, better, enhance, help, improve, meliorate, perfect, refine, upgrade

Usage: “enrichment of the soil for more plant growth”


7) Stranglehold (noun) — गला घोंटना

Meaning: a grip around the neck of another person that can kill by asphyxiation if held for long enough.

Synonyms: throttlehold powerfulness power chokehold

Antonyms: powerlessness powerless unpersuasiveness uninterestingness unable

Usage: “in France, supermarkets have less of a stranglehold on food supplies”


8) Recalibration (verb) — अलग ढंग से जांचना

Meaning: calibrate (something) again or differently.

Synonyms: amend, fix, improve

Antonyms: corrupt, harm

Usage: “the sensors had to be recalibrated”


9) Strait (noun) — जलसंयोगी

Meaning: a narrow passage of water connecting two seas or two other large areas of water.

Synonyms: narrows, inlet, stretch of water

Antonyms: crooked, askew

Usage: “the economy is in dire straits”


10) Provocations (noun) – उकसावा

Meaning: action or speech that makes someone angry, especially deliberately.

Synonyms: goading, prodding, egging on, incitement

Antonyms: subduing

Usage: “you should remain calm and not respond to provocation”

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