The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 305

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1) Defuse (Verb) — नाकाम कर देना, निष्क्रिय करना

Definition: Remove the fuse from (an explosive device) in order to prevent it from exploding.

Synonyms: Deactivate, Disarm, Disable,

Antonyms: Activate

Usage: A scheme that teaches officers how to defuse potentially explosive situations

 

2) Peculiar (Adjective) — अजीब

Definition: Different to what is normal or expected; strange.

Synonyms: Strange, Unusual, Odd and Funny

Antonyms: Normal, Ordinary

Usage: He gave her some very peculiar looks

 

3) Tariff (Noun) — प्रशुल्क

Definition: A tax or duty to be paid on a particular class of imports or exports.

Synonyms: Cost, Duty, Excise, Levy, Price, Rate, Tax

Usage: The reduction of trade barriers and import tariffs

 

4) Loom (Verb) — आसन्न रहना

Definition: Appear as a vague form, especially one that is large or threatening.

Synonyms:       Be Imminent, Be on the Horizon, Impend,

Antonyms: Abate, Decline, De-Escalate, Die Down,

Usage: Vehicles loomed out of the darkness”

 

5) Tenterhook (Noun) — चिंतित, अजीब, असुविधाजनक

Definition: In a state of uneasiness, strain, or suspense

Synonyms: Anxious, Awkward, Discomfited.

Antonyms: Alleviate, Comfort, Disallow and Discontinue

Usage: The waiting kept us on tenterhooks

6) Tranche (Noun) – हिस्सा

Definition: A portion of something, especially money.

Synonyms: Share, Portion, Part and Percentage

Antonyms: Misfortune, Good Luck, Success

Usage: They released the first tranche of the loan

 

7) Insurmountable (Adjective) — अपरिवर्तनीय

Definition: Too great to be overcome

Synonyms:       Insuperable, Unconquerable and Invincible

Antonyms: Surmountable, Attainable and Defeatable

Usage: An insurmountable problem

 

8) Pendency (Noun) — लम्बित

Definition: The state of being pending

Synonyms: Imminent, Impending, Undecided and Awaiting.

Antonyms: Avocation, Entertainment, Fun and Recreation

Usage: The direction was given during a meeting of the Council of Chairmen held at the Parliament House to avoid any pendency

 

9) Divest (Verb) — वंचित करना

Definition: Deprive someone of (power, rights, or possessions).

Synonyms:       Deprive, Strip, Dispossess, Relieve

Antonyms: Give, Offer, Clothe, Cover and Hide

Usage: he has divested the original play of its charm

 

10) Corral (Verb) — एक साथ इकट्ठा करना और सीमित करना

Definition: Gather together and confine (a group of people or things).

Synonyms: Enclose, Confine and Lock Up,

Usage: The organizers were corralling the crowd into marching formation

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