The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 153

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1) Falter (Verb) — लड़खड़ाना

Meaning: lose strength or momentum.

Synonyms: hesitate, delay, drag one’s feet, stall, think twice

Antonyms: calm, continue, dive in, endure

Usage: “the music faltered, stopped, and started up again”


2) Reminiscent (Adjective) —  स्मरणकारी

Meaning: absorbed in or suggesting absorption in memories.

Synonyms: evocative, suggestive, redolent, remindful

Antonyms: forgetful, oblivious

Usage: “her expression was wistful and reminiscent”


3) Pulsating (Verb) – दमदार होना

Meaning: be very exciting.

Synonyms: jumping, bounding, hurdling, irregular

Antonyms: inactive

Usage: “victory in a pulsating semi-final”


4) Demeanour (Noun) – आचरण या व्यवहार

Meaning: outward behaviour or bearing.

Synonyms: manner, air, attitude, appearance, look

Antonyms: manner, bearing, carriage, mien

Usage: “his happy demeanour”


5) Detract (Noun) —  कमजोर

Meaning: diminish the worth or value of (a quality or achievement).

Synonyms: belittle, take away from, diminish, reduce

Antonyms: enhance

Usage: “these quibbles in no way detract from her achievement”


6) Vanquished (Verb) – परास्त करना

Meaning: defeat thoroughly.

Synonyms: conquer, defeat (utterly), beat (hollow), trounce

Antonyms: failed, lost, released, surrendered

Usage: “he successfully vanquished his rival”


7) Testament (Noun) — वसीयतनामा

Meaning: something that serves as a sign or evidence of a specified fact, event, or quality.

Synonyms: testimony, witness, evidence

Antonyms: disproof, contradiction

Usage: “growing attendance figures are a testament to the event’s popularity”


8) Flinch (Verb) – बच निकलना

Meaning: make a quick, nervous movement as an instinctive reaction to fear, pain, or surprise.

Synonyms: wince, start, shy (away), recoil

Antonyms: stand firm

Usage:”she flinched at the acidity in his voice”


9) Formidable (Adjective) — दुर्जेय

Meaning: inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable.

Synonyms:  intimidating, forbidding, redoubtable, daunting

Antonyms: pleasant-looking, comforting, easy, weak

Usage: “a formidable opponent”


10) Meltdown (Noun) — एक विनाशकारी पतन या बड़ी मंदी

Meaning: a disastrous collapse or breakdown.

Synonyms: bad thing, slump, cataclysm, crisis

Antonyms: success

Usage: “the global financial system suffered a major meltdown”

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