The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 29 May 2020
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The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary: May 29, 2020
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|1. INFECTIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (सम्मोहक)|
Likely to spread or influence others in a rapid manner.
irresistible, compelling, contagious
|Example||A loud infectious laugh|
|2. ABROGATE (VERB): (अभिनिषेध करना)|
Repeal or do away with (a law, right, or formal agreement).
repudiate, revoke, repeal
|Example||A proposal to abrogate temporarily the right to strike.|
|3. REMARKABLE (ADJECTIVE): (उल्लेखनीय)|
Worthy of attention; striking.
extraordinary, exceptional, amazing
|Antonyms||ordinary, commonplace, run-of-the-mill|
|Example||Both of us reaching a place at the same time was a remarkable coincidence.|
|4. NEFARIOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कुटिल)|
(typically of an action or activity) wicked or criminal.
wicked, evil, sinful
|Example||The nefarious activities of the organized-crime syndicates.|
|5. NURTURE (VERB): (पालन-पोषण करना)|
Care for and protect (someone or something) while they are growing.
bring up, take care of, look after
|Example||I am nurtured by my parents in a close-knit family.|
|6. INSIGHT (NOUN): (अंतर्ज्ञान)|
The capacity to gain an accurate and deep understanding of someone or something.
intuition, perception, awareness
obtuseness, stupidity, bluntness
|Example||His mind rose to previously unattainable heights of insight.|
|7. AGGRESSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (मुखर)|
assertive, forceful, competitive
|Example||We needed more growth to pursue our aggressive acquisition strategy.|
|8. DISPUTE (NOUN): (विवाद)|
A disagreement or argument.
|Example||There is a territorial dispute between the two countries.|
|9. ESCALATE (VERB): (तीव्र करना)|
soar, rocket, shoot up
|Example||The price of tickets escalated suddenly and rapidly.|
|10. TRANSCRIPT (NOUN): (प्रतिलिपि)|
A written or printed version of material originally presented in another medium.
copy, printed version, reproduction
original, pattern, prototype
|Example||A word-for-word transcript comes with each tape.|
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