The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 175

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1) Flinched (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”

 

2) Assiduously (Adverb)परिश्रमपूर्वक

Meaning: with great care and perseverance.

Synonyms: diligently, industriously, laboriously

Antonyms: inactively, languidly, lazily

Usage: “leaders worked assiduously to hammer out an action plan”

 

3) Unequivocal (Adjective) — स्पष्ट

Meaning: leaving no doubt; unambiguous.

Synonyms:       unambiguous, unmistakable, indisputable

Antonyms:        equivocal, ambiguous, vague

Usage: “an unequivocal answer”

 

4) Rigid (Adjective)कठोर या कड़ा

Meaning: unable to bend or be forced out of shape; not flexible.

Synonyms:       stiff, hard, firm, inflexible

Antonyms:        flexible, plastic

Usage: “a seat of rigid orange plastic”

 

5) Legitimate (Adjective) – वैध आ कानूनी

Meaning: conforming to the law or to rules.

Synonyms:       legal, lawful, licit

Antonyms:        illegal, illegitimate

Usage: “his claims to legitimate authority”

 

6) Entrenched (Verb)मज़बूती से स्थापित होना  

Meaning: firmly established and difficult or unlikely to change; ingrained.

Synonyms: deep-rooted, fixed, firm

Antonyms: changeable, indefinite, irresolute

Usage: “an entrenched resistance to change”

 

7) Imminent (Adjective) – आसन्न  

Meaning: about to happen.

Synonyms:       impending, at hand, close

Antonyms:        remote

Usage: “they were in imminent danger of being swept away”

 

8) Proxies (Noun)प्रतिनिधि

Meaning: a person authorized to act on behalf of another.

Synonyms:       deputy, representative, substitute

Antonyms: manager, adversary, antagonist

Usage: “Britons overseas may register to vote by proxy”

 

9) Abrogation (Noun)निराकरण

Meaning: the repeal or abolition of a law, right, or agreement.

Synonyms:       repudiation, revocation, repeal

Antonyms: institution, introduction

Usage: Does not the abrogation amount to subverting the justice system?

 

10) Concomitant (Adjective)सहगामी

Meaning: naturally accompanying or associated.

Synonyms:       attendant, accompanying, associated

Antonyms: unrelated

Usage: “concomitant facts”

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