The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 147

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1) Inevitable (Adjective) — अवश्यंभावी

Meaning: certain to happen; unavoidable.

Synonyms: unavoidable, inescapable, bound to happen

Antonyms: avoidable, uncertain

Usage: “war was inevitable”

 

2) Trailing (Verb) – खींचना

Meaning: draw or be drawn along behind someone or something.

Synonyms: drag, sweep, be drawn, draw, stream

Antonyms: guiding, leading, piloting, advancing

Usage: “Alex trailed a hand through the clear water”

 

3) Imperative (Adjective) – महत्त्वपूर्ण

Meaning: of vital importance; crucial.

Synonyms: vitally important, of vital importance, all-important

Antonyms:  unimportant, optional

Usage: “immediate action was imperative”

 

4) Parameter (Noun) — प्राचल

Meaning: a limit or boundary which defines the scope of a particular process or activity.

Synonyms: framework, variable, limit, boundary, limiting factor

Antonyms: stigma, shame, humiliation, scar, stain

Usage: “the parameters within which the media work”

 

5) Bereft (Adjective) – से वंचित

Meaning: deprived of or lacking (something).

Synonyms: deprived of, robbed of, stripped of, denuded of; cut off from

Antonyms: filled, flush, fraught, full, replete

Usage: “her room was stark and bereft of colour”

 

6) Instil (Verb) – स्थापित करना

Meaning: gradually but firmly establish (an idea or attitude) in a person’s mind.

Synonyms: inculcate, implant, fix, ingrain, infuse

Antonyms: remove, carry away, confiscate, separate

Usage: “the standards her parents had instilled into her”

 

7) Lacklustre (Adjective) — जीवन शक्ति, बल, या विश्वास में कमी;

Meaning: lacking in vitality, force, or conviction; uninspired or uninspiring.

Synonyms: uninspired, uninspiring, unimaginative, dull

Antonyms: inspired, brilliant

Usage: “no excuses were made for the team’s lacklustre performance”

 

8) Ample (Adjective) — पर्याप्त

Meaning: enough or more than enough; plentiful.

Synonyms: enough, sufficient, adequate, plenty of

Antonyms: insufficient, meagre

Usage:”there is ample time for discussion”

 

9) Iteration (Noun) — पुनरावृत्ति

Meaning: the repetition of a process or utterance.

Synonyms: duplication, redo, reduplication, reiteration

Antonyms: instance, original

Usage: A serial processor executes each iteration through the loop, doing all the work.

 

10) Retrofitted (Verb) — आधुनिकीकरण करना

Meaning: add (a component or accessory) to something that did not have it when manufactured.

Synonyms: add, furnish, install,modernise

Antonyms: replace, substitute, supplant

Usage: It’s easy to understand why sunspaces are the most popular passive retrofit.

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