The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 24 May 2020
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About to happen.
impending, at hand, close
|Example||They were in imminent danger of being swept away.|
|2. ACCOUNTABILITY (NOUN): (जवाबदेही)|
The fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility.
responsibility, liability, answerability
|Example||Lack of accountability has corroded public respect for political leaders.|
|3. DENY (VERB): (अस्वीकार करना)|
Refuse to give (something requested or desired) to (someone).
refuse, turn down, reject
|Example||The inquiry was denied access to intelligence sources.|
|4. EXCAVATION (NOUN): (उत्खनन)|
The action of excavating something, especially an archaeological site.
unearthing, uncovering, revealing
bury, fill level, conceal
|Example||The methods of excavation have to be extremely rigorous.|
|5. SUSTAINABLE (ADJECTIVE): (सतत)|
Able to be maintained at a certain rate or level.
continual, continuous, viable
|Antonyms||unsustainable, insupportable, undefendable|
|Example||Economic growth must be gradual and sustainable.|
|6. SPUR (NOUN): (प्रोत्साहन)|
A thing that prompts or encourages someone; an incentive.
shipwreck, incentive, encouragement
|Example||Wars act as a spur to practical invention”|
|7. DELIBERATE (ADJECTIVE): (सविचार)|
intentional, calculated, conscious
|Example||A deliberate attempt was made to provoke conflict.|
|8. EMINENT (ADJECTIVE):(प्रख्यात)|
(of a person) famous and respected within a particular sphere.
illustrious, distinguished, renowned
|Example||He is one of the world’s most eminent scientists.|
|9. EXTRAORDINARY (ADJECTIVE):(असाधारण)|
Very unusual or remarkable.
remarkable, exceptional, amazing
|Example||The sight of thousands of flamingoes flying in the sky was extraordinary.|
|10. INTIMACY (NOUN): (घनिष्ठता)|
Close familiarity or friendship.
closeness, togetherness. affinity
|Example||The intimacy of these two is evident to all.|
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