The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 319

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1) Disrupt (Verb) विकृत या नुकसान करना

Definition: Drastically alter or destroy the structure of.

Synonyms: Distort, Damage, Buckle, Warp

Antonyms: Organize, Arrange

Usage: Alcohol can disrupt the chromosomes of an unfertilized egg

 

2) Instinct (Noun) — वृत्ति

Definition: A natural or intuitive way of acting or thinking.

Synonyms: Natural tendency, Inborn tendency, Inherent tendency, Inclination

Usage: They retain their old authoritarian instincts

 

3) Premise (Noun) — प्रस्ताव

Definition: A previous statement or proposition from which another is inferred or follows as a conclusion

Synonyms: Proposition, Assumption, Hypothesis, Thesis,

Antonyms: Denial, Reality, Rejection

Usage: If the premise is true, then the conclusion must be true.

 

4) Exacerbate (Verb) — ख़राब करना

Definition: Make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse.

Synonyms: Aggravate, Make worse, Worsen, Inflame

Antonyms: Calm, Reduce

Usage: Political changes have exacerbated the conflict

 

5) Scrutiny (Verb) – संवीक्षा करना

Definition: Critical observation or examination.

Synonyms: Careful examination, Inspection

Antonyms: Glance, Cursory look

Usage: Every aspect of local government was placed under scrutiny

 

6) Tremendous (Adjective) — जबरदस्त

Definition: Extremely good or impressive; excellent.

Synonyms:   Excellent, Wonderful, Marvellous

Antonyms: Bad, Poor

Usage: The crew did a tremendous job

 

7) Lucrative (Adjective) – लाभदायक या लाभप्रद

Definition: Producing a great deal of profit.

Synonyms: Profitable, Gainful, Moneymaking

Antonyms: Unprofitable

Usage: A lucrative career as a stand-up comedian

 

8) Disclose (verb) – खुलासा करना

Definition: Make (secret or new information) known.

Synonyms: They disclosed her name to the press

Antonyms: Conceal, Hide

Usage: They disclosed her name to the press

 

9) Transparency (Noun) — पारदर्शीता

Definition: The condition of being transparent.

Synonyms: Translucency, Lucidity, Pellucidity, Limpidness

Antonyms: opacity, cloudiness, obscurity

Usage: The transparency of ice


10) Credibility (Verb) 
– विश्वसनीय होना

Definition: The quality of being convincing or believable.

Synonyms:   Plausibility, Believability, Acceptability

Antonyms:   Implausibility

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

 

11) Enhance (Verb) — बेहतर बनाना

Definition: Intensify, increase, or further improve the quality, value, or extent of.

Synonyms: Increase, Add to, Intensify, Magnify, Amplify, Inflate

Antonyms: Diminish, Mar

Usage: His refusal does nothing to enhance his reputation

 

12) Ensue (verb) – उत्त्पन्न होना

Definition: Happen or occur afterwards or as a result.

Synonyms:   Result, Follow, Develop, Stem

Antonyms: Antecedent, Foregoing, Precedent

Usage: The difficulties which ensued from their commitment to Cuba

 

13) Mandate (Verb) – शासनादेश देना

Definition: Give (someone) authority to act in a certain way.

Synonyms: Accept, Advocate, Agree, Authorize

Antonyms: Contradict, Decline, Deny, Destroy

Usage: The rightful king was mandated and sanctioned by God.

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