The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 171

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1) Impetuous (Adjective) — अविवेकी

Meaning: acting or done quickly and without thought or care.

Synonyms: impulsive, rash, hasty, overhasty

Antonyms: cautious, considered

Usage: “she might live to rue this impetuous decision”


2) Corroded (Verb) — नष्ट या कमजोर होना

Meaning: destroy or weaken (something) gradually.

Synonyms: wear away, wear down

Antonyms:aided, built, constructed

Usage: “the self-centred climate corrodes ideals and concerns about social justice”


3) Cardinal (Adjective) –मौलिक या प्रमुख

Meaning: of the greatest importance; fundamental.

Synonyms: fundamental, basic, main, chief

Antonyms:  unimportant

Usage: “two cardinal points must be borne in mind”


4) Intrigues (Noun) — साज़िश

Meaning: the secret planning of something illicit or detrimental.

Synonyms: plotting, planning, conspiracy

Antonyms: honesty, truthfulness, frankness

Usage: “the cabinet was a nest of intrigue”


5) Squabble (Noun) — झगड़ा

Meaning: a noisy quarrel about something trivial.

Synonyms: quarrel, row, argument, fight

Antonyms: accord, agreement, concurrence

Usage: “family squabbles”


6) Abhor (Verb)– घृणा करना

Meaning: regard with disgust and hatred.

Synonyms: detest, hate, loathe, despise

Antonyms: love, admire, delight in

Usage: “he abhorred sexism in every form”


7) Inflicted (Verb) — थोपना

Meaning: impose something unwelcome on.

Synonyms: force, press, thrust

Antonyms: held, kept, removed

Usage: “she is wrong to inflict her beliefs on everyone else”


8) Accentuated (Verb) – ध्यान केंद्रित करना

Meaning: make more noticeable or prominent.

Synonyms: focus attention on, bring/call/draw attention to

Antonyms: mask, divert attention from

Usage:”his jacket unfortunately accentuated his paunch”


9) Fray (Verb) — तनाव के प्रभाव दिखाना

Meaning: show the effects of strain.

Synonyms:strain, tax, overtax, irritate

Antonyms: contentedness, happiness, help

Usage: “as the temperature rose, tempers frayed”


10) Approbation (Noun) — अनुमोदन

Meaning: approval or praise.

Synonyms: approval, acceptance, assent

Antonyms: criticism

Usage: “a term of approbation”

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