The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 181

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1) Ablaze (Adjective)जलता हुआ

Meaning: burning fiercely.

Synonyms:       alight, aflame, on fire

Antonyms: extinguished, dark

Usage: “his clothes were ablaze”


2) Undertones (Noun)एक अंतर्निहित गुणवत्ता या भावना

Meaning: an underlying quality or feeling.

Synonyms:       undercurrent, hint, suggestion

Antonyms: overtones

Usage: Not surprisingly, the disconcerting undertones of this film are downright troubling.


3) Chipped (Verb) – टुकड़ों में काटना  

Meaning: cut pieces off to shape it or break it up.

Synonyms:       whittle, hew, chisel

Antonyms: fixed, unbroken, working

Usage: “craftsmen chipped the blocks of flint to the required shape”


4) Sacking (Verb)बर्खास्त करना

Meaning: dismiss from employment.

Synonyms:       dismiss, give someone their notice

Antonyms:        hire, take on

Usage: “any official found to be involved would be sacked on the spot”


5) Absurd (Adjective)बेतुका

Meaning: wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate.

Synonyms:       preposterous, ridiculous, ludicrous

Antonyms:        reasonable, sensible

Usage: “the allegations are patently absurd”


6) Discernible (Adjective)दृष्टिगोचर

Meaning: able to be discerned; perceptible.

Synonyms:       visible, detectable, noticeable

Antonyms:        imperceptible

Usage: “the scandal had no discernible effect on his career”


7) Temperament (Noun) – स्वाभाव

Meaning: the tendency to behave angrily or emotionally.

Synonyms:       volatility, excitability, emotionalism

Antonyms:        placidity, phlegm

Usage: “he had begun to show signs of temperament”


8) Emphatically (Adverb) – प्रभाव से  

Meaning: without doubt; clearly.

Synonyms: absolutely, certainly, assuredly

Antonyms: doubtfully, questionably, hesitantly

Usage: “Jane, though born in California, feels emphatically English”


9) Podium (Noun) — मंच

Meaning: a small platform on which a person may stand to be seen by an audience, as when making a speech or conducting an orchestra.

Synonyms:       platform, stage, dais, rostrum

Antonyms: top

Usage: “he was at the podium facing an expectant conference crowd”


10) Protégé (Noun)प्रशिक्षु

Meaning: a person who is guided and supported by an older and more experienced or influential person.

Synonyms:       pupil, student, trainee

Antonyms: guardian, adult

Usage: “Ruskin submitted his protégé’s name for election”

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