The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 328

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1) Morbidity (Noun) रुग्णता

Definition: The condition of being diseased.

Synonyms:  Morbidness, Cognitive, State of mind

Antonyms: Materiality Humaneness Changeableness Fidelity

Usage: India has suffered from a major burden of malaria for decades, with high levels of morbidity and death.

 

2) Epidemic (Noun) महामारी

Definition: A widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community at a particular time.

Synonyms: Outbreak, Plague, Scourge, Infestation

Antonyms: limited, local

Usage: India’s record offers great promise in the quest to cut the number of new cases and deaths globally by at least 40% by 2020, and to end the epidemic by 2030.

 

3) Accredit (Verb) प्रत्यायित करना

Definition: Give credit to (someone) for something.

Synonyms: Recognize, License, Authorize, Approve, Certify

Antonyms: Ban

Usage: Investments made there in recruiting accredited social health workers and large-scale distribution of insecticide-treated bednets.

 

4) Complacency (Noun) आत्मतुष्टि

Definition: A feeling of smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one’s achievements.

Synonyms: Smugness, Self-satisfaction, Self-approval, Self-approbation

Antonyms: Dissatisfaction

Usage: The figures are better, but there are no grounds for complacency.

 

5) Efficacious (Adjective) प्रभावी

Definition: (of something inanimate or abstract) successful in producing a desired or intended result; effective.

Synonyms: Effective, Effectual, Efficacy

Antonyms: Inefficacy, Ineffective, Inefficacious, Powerlessness

Usage: This treatment was efficacious in some cases.

 

6) Replicate (Verb) — दोहराने

Definition: Make an exact copy of; reproduce.

Synonyms: Copy, Reproduce, Duplicate

Antonyms: Originate

Usage: It might be impractical to replicate Eastern culture in the west

 

7) Extinction (Noun) — विलुप्त होना

Definition: The state or process of being or becoming extinct.

Synonyms: Dying out, Disappearance, Vanishing, Death

Antonyms: Rescue, Salvage, Salvation, Saving, Conservation

Usage: The extinction of the great auk

 

8) Foolhardy (Adjective) – लापरवाही

Definition: Recklessly bold or rash

Synonyms: Reckless, Rash, Incautious, Careless, Heedless

Antonyms: Wise

Usage: It would be foolhardy to go into the scheme without support

 

9) Meticulous (Adjective) – सावधानीपूर्वक  

Definition: Showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise

Synonyms: Careful, Conscientious, Diligent

Antonyms: Careless, Sloppy, Slapdash

Usage: The designs are hand-glazed with meticulous care.

 

10)  Intruder (Noun) — घुसेड़नेवाला

Definition: A person who intrudes, especially into a building with criminal intent.

Synonyms: Trespasser, Interloper, Invader, Prowler

Usage:  An inveterate intruder, he needs to get a life

 

11) Poacher (Noun) – शिकार का चोर

Definition: A person who hunts or catches game or fish illegally.

Synonyms: Smuggle, Appropriate, Encroach, Filch, Intrude

Antonyms: Give, Receive, Keep off

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