The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 346

SSC and all Competitive Exams. Explore The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary to score good marks in English Section. Start practising this vocabulary to increase your word power. While reading a passage you have to highlight tough words in it and analyse the correct meaning of those words. This will help you understand the passage clearly and also you can learn more new words, it means also you can develop your vocabulary. To help you in this part we have provided an English Vocabulary passage along with meaning, synonyms and usages of hard words in the passage, make use of it. We also providing Important Vocabulary Quiz based on “THE ECONOMIST” and “THE HINDU”

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1) Err (Verb) — ग़लती होना

Definition: Be mistaken or incorrect; make a mistake.

Synonyms: Misjudge, Mistake, Blunder,

Antonyms: Innocent, Well behaved

Usage: The judge had erred in ruling that the evidence was inadmissible.


2) Mould (Verb) — गठन या विकास पर प्रभाव डालना

Definition: Influence the formation or development of.

Synonyms: Determine, Direct, Control, Guide, Lead, Influence

Usage: These choices may have signalled a readiness to be bold and break the old mould.


3) Mockery (Noun) — स्वांग

Definition: An absurd misrepresentation or imitation of something.

Synonyms: Travesty, Charade, Farce, Parody, laughing stock

Antonyms: Honesty, Openness, Truth, Flattery

Usage: Members of the Congress Legislature Party in the three States left the choice to Congress president Rahul Gandhi, making a mockery of democratic conventions.


4) Opaque (Adjective) — अपारदर्शी

Definition: Not able to be seen through; not transparent.

Synonyms: Non-transparent, Cloudy, Filmy, Blurred

Antonyms: Transparent, Translucent, Clear

Usage: Closed-door discussions and opaque deal-making preceded the final announcement of the nominees, to be elected “unanimously” in another meeting of the CLP.


5) Dynamism (Noun) — गतिकता

Definition: The quality of being characterized by vigorous activity and progress.

Synonyms: Energy, Spirit, Liveliness, Zestfulness, Vitality, Vigour

Antonyms:  Lethargy, Listlessness, Sluggishness, Torpidity

Usage: The Congress leadership has opted in the end for experience over youthful dynamism.


6) Euphemism (Noun) — प्रेयोक्ति

Definition: A mild or indirect word or expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing.

Synonyms: Polite term, Substitute, Mild alternative, Indirect term, Understatement

Antonyms: Dysphemism

Usage: A good way to start would be by decentralising power and not concentrating it in the so-called high command, a feeble euphemism for the Nehru-Gandhi family.


7) Blockade (Verb) – नाकाबंदी करना

Definition: Seal off (a place) to prevent goods or people from entering or leaving.

Synonyms: Barricade, Close up, Block off, Shut off, Seal, Bar; Besiege

Antonyms: Reopen, Unblock, Unbolt

Usage: Qatar, blockaded by three GCC countries, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain.


8) Embargo (Noun) — घाटबंधी

Definition: An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.

Synonyms: Ban, Interdict, Interdiction, Prohibition, Proscription, Veto

Antonyms: Prescription, Sufferance, Tolerance, Toleration

Usage: Saudi Arabia is upset that Oman and Kuwait did not join the embargo.


9) Dampen (Verb) — आर्द्र करना

Definition: Make slightly wet.

Synonyms: Moisten, Damp, Wet, Dew, Water

Antonyms: Dry, Drench

Usage: The intra-Gulf quarrels have dampened hopes for the integration of the region.


10) Customary (Adjective) — प्रथागत

Definition: According to the customs or usual practices associated with a particular society, place, or set of circumstances.

Synonyms: Usual, Traditional, Normal, Conventional

Antonyms: Unusual, Exceptional, Rare

Usage: The GCC issued a customary statement, emphasising regional stability and economic challenges.


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