The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 23 May 2020
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The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary: May 23, 2020
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|1.EFFICACY (NOUN): (प्रभावकारिता)|
The ability to produce a desired or intended result.
effectiveness, success, potency
|Example||There is little information on the efficacy of this treatment.|
|2. EVADE (VERB): (बचना)|
Escape or avoid (someone or something), especially by guile or trickery.
elude, avoid, dodge
confront, run into
|Example||His friends helped him to evade capture for a time.|
|3. RESUMPTION (NOUN):(पुनरारंभ)|
The action of beginning something again after a pause or interruption.
restart, restarting, reopening
|Example||With peace came the resumption of foreign imports.|
|4. RETROSPECTIVE (ADJECTIVE): (पूर्वप्रभावी)|
Looking back on or dealing with past events or situations.
backdated, retroactive, ex post facto
|Example||Our survey was meant to be retrospective in all aspects.|
|5. GRASP (VERB): (लाभ उठाना)|
Seize and hold firmly.
grip, clutch, clasp
|Example||He grasped the bottle.|
|6. WRECK (VERB): (खराब करना)|
Cause the destruction of (a ship) by sinking or breaking up.
shipwreck, sink, capsize
|Antonyms||building, construction, creation|
|Example||He was drowned when his ship was wrecked|
|7. NETTLE (VERB): (खिजाना)|
irritate, annoy, irk
|Antonyms||comfort, aid, appease, calm|
|Example||I was only asking,’ Jess said, nettled|
|8. HAVOC (NOUN):(विनाश)|
devastation, destruction, damage
|Antonyms||enrichment, augmentation, development|
|Example||The hurricane caused havoc in Bengal.|
|9. BOOST (VERB): (बढावा देना)|
Help or encourage (something) to increase or improve.
improve, raise, uplift
|Example||A lot of measures were taken to boost tourism.|
|10. WOE (NOUN): (दुःख)|
Great sorrow or distress (often used hyperbolically).
dread, horror, fright,
|Example||The tale full of woe continued.|
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