The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 302

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1) Unsavoury (adjective) बेस्वाद

Definition: Disagreeable to taste, smell, or look at.

Synonyms: Disreputable, Unpleasant, Disagreeable

Antonyms: Agreeable, Appetizing, Delicious and Delightful

Usage: They looked at the scanty, unsavoury portions of food doled out to them

 

2) Haunt (Verb)  नियमित रूप से (एक स्थान) पर खुद को प्रकट करना  

Definition: Manifest itself at (a place) regularly.

Synonyms: Hang-out, Stamping ground, Meeting place, Territory

Usage: A grey lady who haunts the chapel

The bar was a favourite haunt of artists of the time

 

3) Disillusioned (Adjective) — मोहभंग

Definition: Disappointed in someone or something that one discovers to be less good than one had believed.

Synonyms: Disenchanted, Disappointed, Downcast and Discouraged

Antonyms: Trusting, Enthusiastic

Usage: The minority groups were completely disillusioned with the party

 

4) Credibility (Noun) — विश्वसनीयता

Definition: The quality of being trusted and believed in.

Synonyms: Trustworthiness, Reliability, Dependability, Integrity, Character

Antonyms: Implausibility

Usage: The book’s anecdotes have scant regard for credibility

 

5) Augur (Verb) — भविष्य बताना

Definition: (of an event or circumstance) portend a good or bad outcome.

Synonyms: Fortune teller, Crystal gazer, Clairvoyant, Psychic, Visionary,

Antonyms: Warrant, Demonstrate, Establish, Prove,

Usage: The end of the cold war seemed to augur well

 

6) Regressive (adjective) — प्रतिगामी

Definition: Returning to a former or less developed state; characterized by regression.

Synonyms: Unmodernised, Backward, Unmodernized, Retrogressive.

Antonyms: Liberal, Progressive and Radical

Usage: Regressive aspects of recent local government reform

 

7) Stature (Noun) — क्षमता या उपलब्धि से प्राप्त महत्व या प्रतिष्ठा

Definition: Importance or reputation gained by ability or achievement.

Synonyms: Reputation, Celebrity, Renown and Acclaim

Antonyms: Impotence, Inability and Inadequacy

Usage: An architect of international stature

 

8) Corroborate (Verb) — मंडित कतना

Definition: Confirm or give support to (a statement, theory, or finding).

Synonyms: Confirm, Verify, Endorse, Ratify, Authenticate and Validate

Antonyms: Contradict

Usage:  The witness had corroborated the boy’s account of the attack

 

9) Fabricate (verb) – निर्माण करना

Definition: Invent (something) in order to deceive.

Synonyms: Falsify, Fake, Counterfeit, Make Up and Invent

Antonyms: Destroy, Dismantle

Usage: You will have to fabricate an exhaust system

 

10) Implicate (Verb) — फंसाना

Definition: show (someone) to be involved in a crime.

Synonyms: Incriminate, Compromise

Antonyms: Absolve

Usage: He implicated his government in the murders of three judges

Viruses are known to be implicated in the development of certain cancers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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