The Hindu Editorial with Vocabulary – Day 99

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1) Buoyancy (Noun) – उछाल

Meaning: A high level of activity in an economy or stock market

Synonyms: Strength, high level of activity, burgeoning, resilience, growth

Antonyms: Depression

Usage: There is renewed buoyancy in the demand for steel

 

2) Tepid (Adjective) – थोड़ा उत्साह दिखा

Meaning: Showing little enthusiasm

Synonyms: Unenthusiastic, apathetic, half-hearted, indifferent, cool, lukewarm, uninterested

Antonyms: Enthusiastic, passionate

Usage: The applause was tepid

 

3) Harbinger (Noun) – अग्र-दूत

Meaning: A person or thing that announces or signals the approach of another

Synonyms: Herald, sign, indicator, indication, signal, prelude, portent

Antonyms: Conceal, deny, hide, secret

Usage: Witch hazels are the harbingers of spring

 

4) Succour (Noun) – परेशानी में सहायता

Meaning: Assistance and support in times of hardship and distress

Synonyms: Aid, help, a helping hand, assistance; ministration, comfort

Antonyms: Enemy, blockage, hindrance, hurt, injury

Usage: The wounded had little chance of succour

 

5) Lacklustre (Adjective) – भावशून्य

Meaning: Lacking in vitality, force, or conviction; uninspired or uninspiring

Synonyms: Uninspired, uninspiring, unimaginative, dull, humdrum, colourless, characterless

Antonyms: Inspired, brilliant

Usage: No excuses were made for the team’s lacklustre performance

 

6) Advent (Noun) – आगमन

Meaning: The arrival of a notable person or thing

Synonyms: Arrival, appearance, emergence, materialization, surfacing, occurrence

Antonyms: Departure, disappearance

Usage: The advent of television

 

7) Myriad (Noun) – असंख्य

Meaning: A countless or extremely great number of people or things

Synonyms: Multitude, a large/great number/quantity, a lot, scores, quantities, mass, crowd

Antonyms: Countable, enumerable, numberable, bounded, calculable

Usage: Myriads of insects danced around the light above my head

 

8) Coalition (Noun) – गठबंधन

Meaning: A temporary alliance for combined action, especially of political parties forming a government

Synonyms: Alliance, union, partnership, affiliation, bloc, caucus

Antonyms: Detachment, disassociation, disconnection, disunion, division

Usage: A coalition between Liberals and Conservatives

 

9) Nurture (Verb) – पालन ​​- पोषण करना

Meaning: Care for and protect (someone or something) while they are growing

Synonyms: Bring up, care for, provide for, take care of, attend to, look after, rear, support

Antonyms: Neglect, hinder

Usage: Jarrett was nurtured by his parents in a close-knit family

 

10) Exaggerate (Verb) – अतिरंजना करना

Meaning: Represent (something) as being larger, better, or worse than it really is

Synonyms: Overstate, overemphasize, overstress, overestimate, overvalue, magnify

Antonyms: Play down, understate, understated

Usage: He was apt to exaggerate any aches and pains

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