The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 30 May 2020
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The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary: May 30, 2020
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|1. EXPLOSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (उग्र)|
Likely to cause an outburst of anger or controversy.
fiery, stormy, violent
|Antonyms||calm, gentle, mild|
|Example||My friend is infamous for his explosive temper.|
|2. ELIGIBLE (ADJECTIVE): (योग्य)|
Having the right to do or obtain something; satisfying the appropriate conditions.
|Example||Customers who are eligible for discounts would be given the same.|
|3. DISPOSAL (NOUN): (निपटान)|
The sale of shares, property, or other assets.
distribution, allotment, allocation
|Antonyms||keeping, start, construction|
|Example||The disposal of his shares in the company was meant to be done soon.|
|4. RESURGENCE (NOUN): (पुनरुत्थान)|
An increase or revival after a period of little activity, popularity, or occurrence.
renewal, revival, recovery
|Example||A resurgence of interest in religion led him to ultimate peace.|
|5. OPTIMISTIC (ADJECTIVE): (आशावादी)|
Hopeful and confident about the future.
cheerful, cheery, positive
|Antonyms||pessimistic, negative, gloomy, ominous|
|Example||The optimistic mood of the Sixties.|
|6. MERCY (NOUN): (करुणा)|
Compassion or forgiveness is shown towards someone whom it is within one’s power to punish or harm.
leniency, lenience, clemency
ruthlessness, cruelty, inhumanity
|Example||The boy was begging for mercy.|
|7. INFAMOUS (ADJECTIVE): (कुख्यात)|
notorious, disreputable, ill-famed
|Example||An infamous criminal was finally caught.|
|8. ADVENTUROUS (ADJECTIVE): (जोखिम से भरा)|
Willing to take risks or to try out new methods, ideas, or experiences.
daring, daredevil, intrepid
|Example||I am an adventurous traveler.|
|9. INDUCE (VERB):(भड़काना)|
Success in persuading or leading (someone) to do something.
persuade, convince, get
|Example||The pickets induced many workers to stay away.|
|10. AVERT (VERB):(टालना)|
Prevent or ward off (an undesirable occurrence).
prevent, printed version, reproduction
aid, allow, help
|Example||Talks failed to avert a rail strike.|
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