The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 317

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1) Rogue (Noun) दुष्ट

Definition:  A dishonest or unprincipled man.

Synonyms: Scoundrel, Villain, Reprobate, Rascal, Good-for-nothing

Antonyms:  Aboveboard, Honest, Straight

Usage: Saudi Arabia maintained it was a rogue operation carried out without the Crown Prince’s involvement.

 

2) Extradite (Verb) अपराधी को प्रत्यर्पित करना

Definition: Hand over (a person accused or convicted of a crime) to the jurisdiction of the foreign state in which the crime was committed.

Synonyms:  Repatriate, Expel, Banish

Antonyms:  Hold, Keep

Usage: Turkey’s request for the 18 arrested suspects to be extradited for questioning has been turned down.

 

3) Haphazard (Adjective) क्रमरहित

Definition:  Lacking any obvious principle of organization.

Synonyms: Random, Unplanned, Unsystematic, Unmethodical

Antonyms: Methodical, Systematic

Usage: Welfare measures, even if they have been implemented haphazardly, have enabled outreach into tribal areas where the state was hitherto absent.

 

4) Uptick (Noun) इजाफा

Definition: A small increase or slight upward trend.

Synonyms: Accretion, Accrual, Addendum, Addition

Antonyms:  Deduction, Subtraction

Usage: There has been an uptick in attacks by Maoists, indicating that their ability to strike remains strong.

 

5) Earmark (Verb) विशेष प्रयोजन के लिए रखना

Definition: Designate (funds or resources) for a particular purpose.

Synonyms: Set aside, Lay aside, Set apart

Antonyms:  Ignore, Neglect, Misapply, Misuse

Usage: The government’s strategy of using military force while earmarking funds for infrastructure and welfare programmes in the districts most affected by left-wing extremism has weakened the Maoists.

 

6) Wage (verb) आचरण करना

Definition: Carry on (a war or campaign).

Synonyms:  Engage in, Carry on, Conduct, Execute, Pursue

Antonyms:  Cease, Destroy, Fail, Forget

Usage: The government continued to wage war on the guerrillas

 

7) Repression (Noun) — दमन

Definition:  The restraint, prevention, or inhibition of a feeling, quality, etc.

Synonyms: Restraint, Restraining, Holding back, Keeping back

Antonyms:  Expression

Usage: These actions have resulted in the militarization of these areas, repression of tribal people both by state actions,

 

8) Insurgency (Noun)  विद्रोह

Definition:  An active revolt or uprising.

Synonyms:  Insurrection, Mutiny, Outbreak, Rebellion

Antonyms: Counterinsurgency, Counterrevolution

Usage: Rebels are waging an armed insurgency to topple the monarchy

 

9)  Deprivation (Noun) – गरीबी

Definition: The damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society.

Synonyms:   Poverty, Impoverishment, Penury, Privation,

Antonyms:  Wealth

Usage: Low wages mean that 3.75 million people suffer serious deprivation

 

10) Persuade (verb) — राज़ी करना

Definition: Induce (someone) to do something through reasoning or argument.

Synonyms: Prevail on, Talk someone into, Coax, Convince, Make

Antonyms: Dissuade, Discourage, Deter

Usage: The question is, what must be done to persuade Saudi Arabia to bring the perpetrators of this murder to light?

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