The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 355

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1) Rigour (Noun) – सावधानी

Definition: The quality of being extremely thorough and careful.

Synonyms: Meticulousness, Thoroughness, Carefulness

Antonyms: Carelessness

Usage: His analysis is lacking in rigour.

 

2) Requisition (Noun)आवश्यकता

Definition: Something that someone insists upon having

Synonyms: Claim, Demand, Dun, Importunity, Ultimatum

Antonyms:

Usage: A brand-new, top-notch computer was the new science teacher’s first requisition.

 

3) Remunerative (Adjective)आर्थिक रूप से पुरस्कृत

Definition: Financially rewarding; lucrative.

Synonyms: Lucrative, Well Paid

Antonyms: Disadvantageous, Unfavorable

Usage: Made a highly remunerative investment that will end up paying my college tuition.

 

4)  Unscrupulous (Adjective)नीतिज्ञानहीन

Definition: Having or showing no moral principles; not honest or fair.

Synonyms: Unprincipled, Unethical, Immoral, Amoral,

Antonyms: Ethical, Honest

Usage: Unscrupulous landlords might be tempted to harass existing tenants.

 

5) Colloquial (Adjective) बोलचाल की शैली

Definition: (of language) used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal or literary.

Synonyms: Informal, Conversational, Everyday, Casual

Antonyms: Literary, Formal

Usage: Colloquial and everyday language

 

6)  Subtlety (Noun)सूक्ष्मता

Definition: A subtle distinction, feature, or argument.

Synonyms: Delicacy, Delicateness, Subtleness

Antonyms: Slow-wittedness, Dullness, Crudeness

Usage: we appreciated the subtlety with which our host indicated that it was time to leave: he volunteered to pack us a little lunch for the road.

 

7) Coherent (Adjective)सुसंबद्ध

Definition: (of an argument, theory, or policy) logical and consistent.

Synonyms: Logical, Reasoned, Reasonable

Antonyms: Incoherent, Muddled

Usage: They failed to develop a coherent economic strategy.

 

8) Disinclination (Noun)अनिच्छुकता

Definition: A reluctance or lack of enthusiasm.

Synonyms: Reluctance, Unwillingness, Lack Of Enthusiasm, Indisposition, Slowness

Antonyms: Inclination, Enthusiasm

Usage: Lucy felt a strong disinclination to talk about her engagement

 

9) Betray (Verb) प्रकट करना

Definition: Expose (one’s country, a group, or a person) to danger by treacherously giving information to an enemy.

Synonyms: Reveal, Disclose, Divulge

Antonyms: Conceal, Hide

Usage: Many of those employed by diplomats betrayed secrets.

 

10) Remnant (Noun)अवशेष

Definition: A remaining group or portion.

Synonyms: Balance, Leavings, Leftovers

Antonyms: Body, Bulk, Main, Mass

Usage: Sailed home with just a remnant of the colonyʼs original population aboard

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