The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 06

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1) Rattled (Verb) – परेशान करना

Definition: Make (someone) nervous, worried, or irritated.

Synonyms: Unnerve, Disconcert, Disturb, Fluster

Antonyms: Appease, Placate, Soothe

Usage: Rattled by the erosion in upper caste votes in the recent Assembly elections in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh.

 

2) Scrutiny (Noun) — संवीक्षा

Definition: Critical observation or examination.

Synonyms: Inspection, Survey, Scan, Study

Antonyms: Glance, Cursory look

Usage:  It is doubtful if it will stand judicial scrutiny.

 

3)  Unapologetic (Adjective) – अक्षमाप्रार्थी

Definition: not acknowledging or expressing regret.

Synonyms: Impenitent, Remorseless, Unmerciful

Antonyms: Apologetic, Contrite, Penitent

Usage: The BJP government has attempted to recover this traditional vote base through an unapologetic political manoeuvre.

 

4) Drum up (Verb) – बढ़ाना

Definition: To create or think of by clever use of the imagination

Synonyms: Concoct, Construct, Contrive

Antonyms: Clone, Copy, Copycat, Duplicate

Usage: The 124th Constitution Amendment Bill will have to be passed by two-thirds of the MPs present and voting and the challenge will be to drum up the numbers in both Houses.

 

5) Reinstate (Verb) — पुनः स्थापित करना

Definition: Restore (someone or something) to their former position or state.

Synonyms: Restore, Replace, Reinstitute, Rehabilitate

Usage: Reinstated, conditionally: on CBI Director’s return

 

6) Contention (Noun) — विवाद

Definition: Heated disagreement.

Synonyms: Disagreement, Dispute, Disputation

Antonyms: Agreement

Usage:  Supreme Court rejects the Centre’s contention in the CBI Director’s case, but softens the blow

 

7)  Insulated (Verb) – अछूता

Definition: to set or keep apart from others.

Synonyms: Cut off, Isolate, Seclude, Segregate

Antonyms: Desegregate, Integrate, Reintegrate

Usage:  The Supreme Court has strengthened the principle that the head of the agency should be insulated against any form of interference.

 

8)  Bulldoze (Verb) – ध्वस्त करना

Definition: clear (ground) or destroy

Synonyms: Demolish, Knock down, Tear down, Pull down, Flatten

Antonyms: Construct

Usage: The architect, tasked with redesigning the city’s Olympic stadium, argues that new developments need not bulldoze the past.

 

9) Exacerbate (Verb)ख़राब करना

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

Synonyms: Aggravate, Make worse, Worsen, Inflame, Compound

Antonyms: Calm, Reduce

Usage: The exorbitant cost of land in urban areas only exacerbated the problem

 

10) Flagrant (Adjective) – प्रमुख

Definition: (of an action considered wrong or immoral) conspicuously or obviously offensive.

Synonyms: Blatant, Glaring, Obvious, Overt, Evident, Conspicuous

Antonyms: Unobtrusive, Slight

Usage: A flagrant violation of the law

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