The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 94

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1) Emerge (Adjective) – उभरना

Meaning: Move out of or away from something and become visible

Synonyms: Come out, appear, come into view, become visible

Antonyms: Disappear

Usage: Black ravens emerged from the fog


2) Nudge (Verb) – कुहनी से हलका धक्का

Meaning: Touch or push (something) gently or gradually

Synonyms: Touch, bump (against), push (against), run into

Antonyms: Drag, draw, haul, jerk, tow, trail

Usage: The canoe nudged a bank of reeds


3) Congested (Adjective) – भीड़भाड़

Meaning: So crowded with traffic or people as to hinder or prevent freedom of movement

Synonyms: Crowded, overcrowded, full, overfull, overflowing

Antonyms: Clear

Usage: The congested streets of the West End


4) Proliferation (Noun) – तीव्र वृद्धि

Meaning: Rapid increase in the number or amount of something

Synonyms: Growth, multiplication, spread, escalation, expansion

Antonyms: Decrease

Usage: A continuing threat of nuclear proliferation


5) Negate (Verb) – निष्फल नकारना

Meaning: Make ineffective; nullify

Synonyms: Invalidate, nullify, render null and void

Antonyms: Confirm, support, validate

Usage: Alcohol negates the effects of the drug


6) Deterioration (Noun) – बदतर होना या बिगड़ना

Meaning: The process of becoming progressively worse

Synonyms: Worsening, decline, decay, collapse, failure, fall, drop

Antonyms: Improvement

Usage: A deterioration in the condition of the patient


7) Mitigation (Noun) – शमन

Meaning: The action of reducing the severity, seriousness

Synonyms: Alleviation, reduction, diminution, lessening, easing, weakening

Antonyms: Intensification

Usage: The identification and mitigation of pollution


8) Respite (Noun) – राहत या विराम

Meaning: A short period of rest or relief from something difficult or unpleasant

Synonyms: Rest, break, breathing space, interval, intermission

Antonyms: Advance, beginning, blame, censure, commencement

Usage: The refugee encampments will provide some respite from the suffering


9) Prohibition (Noun) – मनाही

Meaning: The action of forbidding something, especially by law

Synonyms: Banning, forbidding, prohibiting, barring

Antonyms: Allowance, approval, clearance, help

Usage: They argue that prohibition of drugs will always fail


10) Equitable (Adjective) – साम्यिक

Meaning: Fair and impartial

Synonyms:       Fair, just; impartial, even-handed, fair-minded, unbiased

Antonyms: Inequitable, unfair

Usage: The equitable distribution of resources

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