The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 02

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) Recalibrate (Verb) – संशोधन करना

Definition: Calibrate (something) again or differently.

Synonyms: Amend, Fix, Improve, Redress, Remedy

Antonyms: Corrupt, Arm, Hurt, Injure

Usage: As the tax collections remain below target, it may be time to recalibrate expectations.

 

2) Fervour (Noun) – जोश

Definition: Intense and passionate feeling.

Synonyms: Passion, Ardour, Intensity, Zeal,

Antonyms: Apathy

Usage: Yet, the higher compliance and the festive fervour translated into collections lower than the average monthly receipts for the year till date.

 

3) Elusive — मायावी

Definition: Hard to find, capture, or isolate

Synonyms: Ephemeral, Evanescent, Fleeting, Impermanent

Antonyms: Accessible, Approachable, Attainable, Available

Usage: A consumption-led investment revival to take the economy to an 8% growth path seems elusive again.

 

4) Forbearance (Noun) — सहनशीलता

Definition: Patient self-control; restraint and tolerance

Synonyms: Tolerance, Toleration, Patience, Resignation

Antonyms: Impatience

Usage:  His unfailing courtesy and forbearance under great provocation.

 

5) Detriment (Noun) – क्षति

Definition: The state of being harmed or damaged.

Synonyms: Harm, Damage, Injury, Hurt, Impairment

Antonyms: Benefit, Good

Usage: The diplomatic row between Beijing and Ottawa over the detention and treatment of Canadian nationals in China continues to escalate, to the detriment of bilateral relations.

 

6) Standoff (Adjective) – असामाजिक,अलग

Definition: Having or showing a lack of friendliness or interest in others

Synonyms: Aloof, Antisocial, Asocial, Buttoned-up

Antonyms: Communicative, Expansive, Garrulous, Talkative

Usage: But more serious could be the implications of the standoff for the ongoing trade war between China and the U.S.

 

7) Detention (Noun) – नजरबंदी

Definition: The action of detaining someone or the state of being detained in official custody.

Synonyms: Custody, Imprisonment, Confinement, Incarceration

Antonyms: Emancipation, Freedom, Liberation

Usage: The spat goes back to the detention on December 1 of a top Chinese telecom executive in Vancouver.

 

8) Retribution (Noun) — प्रतिशोध

Definition: The act or an instance of responding to an injury with an injury.

Synonyms: Payback, Reprisal, Requital, Retaliation

Antonyms: Clemency, Grace, Leniency, Lenity

Usage: There is concern that Canadian residents in China may face retribution for Ms. Meng’s detention.

 

9) Lenient (Adjective) – दयालु

Definition: (of a punishment or person in authority) more merciful or tolerant than expected.

Synonyms: Merciful, Clement, Sparing, Forgiving

Antonyms: Merciless, Severe, Strict

Usage: A Chinese court last week ruled as too lenient the 15-year sentence against a Canadian convicted of drug-related offences.

 

10) Dispel (Verb) – दूर करना

Definition: Make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear.

Synonyms: Banish, Eliminate, Dismiss

Antonyms: Engender

Usage: Given the climate of mistrust between the U.S. and China, it is hard to dispel the perception that Canada has got caught in the crossfire.

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