The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 18

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1) Manoeuvre (Noun) — पैंतरेबाज़ी

Definition: A movement or series of moves requiring skill and care.t

Synonyms: Operation, Exercise, Activity, Move

Antonyms: Mishandle, Muff, Scamp

Usage: The high-stakes manoeuvre could lift the profile of the Congress as a serious contender in the general election.

 

2) Turnaround ( Noun ) – बदलाव

Definition: An abrupt or unexpected change, especially one that results in a more favourable situation.

Synonyms: About-face, About-turn, Reversal, Turnabout

Usage: In Uttar Pradesh, where it has been left high and dry in the seat-sharing deal between the Samajwadi Party and the Bahujan Samaj Party, it sorely needs a dramatic turnaround in political fortunes.

 

3) Concerted (Adjective) — सम्मिलित

Definition: Jointly arranged or carried out; coordinated.

Synonyms: Joint, United, Collaborative, Collective,

Antonyms: Separate, Individual

Usage: A concerted public health push is required to tackle periodic outbreaks of influenza

 

4) Spurt (Verb) – तेजी से आना

Definition: Gush out in a sudden and forceful stream.

Synonyms: Squirt, Shoot, Spray, Fountain, Jet, Erupt

Antonyms: Calm, Doldrums, Slump

Usage: The spurt in infections during the first two weeks of 2019 cries out for an effective plan to contain it.

 

5) Depute (Verb) — प्रतिनियुक्त करना

Definition: Appoint or instruct (someone) to perform a task for which one is responsible.

Synonyms: Appoint, Designate, Nominate, Assign, Commission

Antonyms: Abrogate, Abdicate

Usage: Last year, the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare deputed teams to assist Rajasthan in containing the outbreak.

 

6) Etiquette (Noun) — शिष्टाचार

Definition: The customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a particular profession or group.

Synonyms: Protocol, Polite behaviour, Good manners

Antonyms: Bad manners, Discourtesy, Immorality, Impoliteness

Usage: Campaigns to educate the public through mass media ahead of the season, especially on respiratory etiquette and risk reduction, can help cut transmission.

 

7) Raucous (Adjective) – सक्क्त या कर्कश

Definition: Making or constituting a disturbingly harsh and loud noise.

Synonyms: Harsh, Strident, Screeching, Squawky

Antonyms: Soft, Dulcet, Peaceful, Quiet, Restrained

Usage: National demonstration against the disastrous regime of Nicolás Maduro, now deemed a usurper, let out a raucous cheer.

 

8) Internecine (Adjective) – आतंरिक

Definition: Destructive to both sides in a conflict.

Synonyms: Bloody, Sanguinary, Sanguine

Antonyms: Beneficial, Restorative, Salubrious, Salutary

Usage: few enemies to suspend the internecine disputes within the opposition.

 

9) Revitalize (Verb) – पुनर्जीवित करना

Definition: Imbue (something) with new life and vitality.

Synonyms: Reinvigorate, Re-Energize, Brace, Fortify, Strengthen

Antonyms: Depress

Usage: Revitalise the hopes of all those who want to see the end of Mr Maduro’s rule.

 

10) Pauperize (Verb) — दरिद्र करना

Definition: Make very poor; impoverish.

Synonyms: Beggar

Antonyms: Rich

Usage: Mr Maduro’s incompetence has pauperised Venezuelans, forcing around a tenth of the population to emigrate.

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