The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 152

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1) Rendezvous (Noun) — मिलन स्थल

Meaning: a meeting at an agreed time and place.

Synonyms: meeting, appointment, engagement

Antonyms: disband, disperse, break up, distribute

Usage: “Edward turned up late for their rendezvous”


2) Damper (Noun) – अंकुश

Meaning: a person or thing that has a subduing or inhibiting effect.

Synonyms: curb, check, restraint, restriction, limit, limitation

Antonyms: spur

Usage: “this will be a damper on the liberal agenda for the next couple of years”


3) Plunged (Verb) — कूद पड़ना

Meaning: jump or dive quickly and energetically.

Synonyms: jump, dive, hurl oneself, throw oneself

Antonyms: ascended, rose, risen, arose

Usage: “our little daughters whooped as they plunged into the sea”


4) Leeway (Noun) — अनुवातगमन

Meaning: the amount of freedom to move or act that is available.

Synonyms: freedom, scope, room to manoeuvre, latitude

Antonyms: constraint, restriction

Usage: “the government had greater leeway to introduce reforms”


5) Wilt (Verb) — ऊर्जा, जोश, या आत्मविश्वास खोना

Meaning: lose energy, vigour, or confidence.

Synonyms: languish, flag, lose energy, become listless

Antonyms: perk up

Usage: “Lady Beresford was beginning to wilt as she greeted the long line of guests”


6) Magnitude (Noun) — अहमियत

Meaning: great importance.

Synonyms: importance, import, significance, weight, moment

Antonyms: triviality

Usage: “events of tragic magnitude”


7) Cumulative (Adjective) — संचयी

Meaning: increasing or increased in quantity, degree, or force by successive additions.

Synonyms: increasing, accumulative, accumulating, growing

Antonyms: decreasing, diminishing, subtracting

Usage: “the cumulative effect of two years of drought”


8) Gladiatorial (Adjective) — खर, निर्दयी और कठोर संघर्ष करने वाला

Meaning: intense, ruthless, and hard-fought.

Synonyms: aggressive, agonistic, argumentative,assaultive

Antonyms: nonaggressive, nonbelligerent, pacific, peaceable

Usage:”they played gruelling, gladiatorial tennis”


9) Agog (Adjective) — उत्सुक

Meaning: very eager or curious to hear or see something.

Synonyms:  eager, excited, impatient, in suspense

Antonyms: uninterested, incurious

Usage: “I’m all agog”


10) Resuscitate (Noun) — पुनर्जीवित

Meaning: revive (someone) from unconsciousness or apparent death.

Synonyms: bring round, revive, bring back, bring (back) to life

Antonyms: bore, destroy

Usage: “an ambulance crew tried to resuscitate him”

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