The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 156

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1) Plea (Noun) – याचिका

Meaning: a request made in an urgent and emotional manner.

Synonyms: appeal, entreaty, supplication, petition

Antonyms: answer, decision, demand

Usage: “he made a dramatic plea for disarmament”


2) Confiscate (Verb) — जब्त करना

Meaning: take or seize (someone’s property) with authority.

Synonyms: impound, seize, commandeer, requisition

Antonyms: return

Usage: “the guards confiscated his camera”


3) Worrisome (Adjective) — चिंताजनक

Meaning: causing anxiety or concern.

Synonyms: worrying, daunting, alarming, perturbing

Antonyms: reassuring, encouraging, cheering

Usage: “a worrisome problem”


4) Dispute (Noun) — विवाद

Meaning: a disagreement or argument.

Synonyms: debate, discussion, discourse, disputation

Antonyms: agreement

Usage: “a territorial dispute between the two countries”


5) Entrench (Verb) — मोरचाबंदी करना

Meaning: establish (an attitude, habit, or belief) so firmly that change is very difficult or unlikely.

Synonyms: establish, settle, ensconce, lodge, set

Antonyms: dislodge, superficial

Usage: “ageism is entrenched in our society”


6) Transition (Noun) — संक्रमण

Meaning: the process or a period of changing from one state or condition to another.

Synonyms: change, move, passage, transformation

Antonyms: stagnation, idleness, remission

Usage: “students in transition from one programme to another”


7) Massacre (Noun) — नरसंहार

Meaning: an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people.

Synonyms: slaughter, wholesale slaughter, mass slaughter

Antonyms: bear, create, preserve, save

Usage: “reports of massacres by government troops”


8) Soaring (Adjective) — तेजी से वृद्धि

Meaning: increase rapidly above the usual level.

Synonyms: increase rapidly, shoot up, rise rapidly

Antonyms: reducing, sinking, tumbling

Usage: “the cost of living continued to soar”


9) Autonomy (Noun) – स्वशासन,स्वराज्य

Meaning: freedom from external control or influence; independence.

Synonyms: self-government, independence, self-rule

Antonyms: subjection, dependence

Usage: “the courts enjoy a considerable degree of autonomy”


10) Rationale (Noun) – तर्क

Meaning: a set of reasons or a logical basis for a course of action or belief.

Synonyms: reason(s), reasoning, thinking, (logical) basis

Antonyms: discouragement, proof, reality

Usage: “he explained the rationale behind the change”

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