The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 145

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1) Vest (Verb)  किसी पर शक्ति या अधिकार प्रदान करना

Meaning: confer or bestow (power, authority, property, etc.) on someone.

Synonyms: entrust to, invest in, bestow on, confer on

Antonyms: disapprove, dislodge, leave

Usage: “executive power is vested in the President”


2) Litigation (Noun) —  मुकदमेबाज़ी

Meaning: the process of taking legal action.

Synonyms: legal proceeding(s), legal action, lawsuit, legal dispute

Antonyms:demand, order

Usage: “the company wishes to avoid litigation”


3) Oblique (Noun) —  परोक्ष

Meaning: not expressed or done in a direct way.

Synonyms: indirect, inexplicit, roundabout, circuitous

Antonyms:  direct, explicit

Usage: “he issued an oblique attack on the President”


4) Apparent (Adjective) — स्पष्ट

Meaning: clearly visible or understood; obvious.

Synonyms: evident, plain, obvious, clear, manifest, visible

Antonyms: unclear, obscure

Usage: “for no apparent reason she laughed”


5) Apportion (Verb) —  प्रभाजन करना

Meaning: divide up and share out.

Synonyms: share out, divide out, allocate, distribute

Antonyms: misallocate, amass, combine,concentrate

Usage: “voting power will be apportioned according to contribution”


6) Beset (Verb) — घेर लेना

Meaning: be covered or studded with.

Synonyms: surround, besiege, hem in, shut in

Antonyms: free

Usage: “springy grass all beset with tiny jewel-like flowers”


7) Fickle (Adjective) —  अस्थिर

Meaning: changing frequently, especially as regards one’s loyalties or affections.

Synonyms: capricious, changeable, variable, volatile

Antonyms: constant, stable

Usage: “celebs trying to appeal to an increasingly fickle public”


8) Solitary (Adjective) —  अस्थिर

Meaning: done or existing alone.

Synonyms: lonely, companionless, unaccompanied

Antonyms: sociable

Usage:”I live a pretty solitary life”


9) Prudent (Adjective) — विवेकी

Meaning: acting with or showing care and thought for the future.

Synonyms:  wise, well judged, judicious, sagacious, sage

Antonyms: unwise, imprudent, incautious

Usage: “no prudent money manager would authorize a loan without first knowing its purpose”


10) Arsenal (Noun) —  आयुधशाला

Meaning: an array of resources available for a certain purpose.

Synonyms: array, battery, range, line-up, assortment

Antonyms: dearth, lack, need

Usage: “we have an arsenal of computers at our disposal”


11) Resilience (Noun) —  लचीलाता

Meaning: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.

Synonyms: flexibility, pliability, suppleness, plasticity, elasticity

Antonyms: rigidity, fragility, vulnerability, weakness

Usage: “the often remarkable resilience of so many British institutions”


12) Astute (Adjective) —  चतुर

Meaning: having or showing an ability to accurately assess situations or people and turn this to one’s advantage.

Synonyms: shrewd, sharp, sharp-witted, razor-sharp, acute, quick

Antonyms: stupid

Usage: “an astute businessman”

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