The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 25 May 2020
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The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary: May 25, 2020
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|1. MANIFOLD (ADJECTIVE): (अनेक)|
Many and various.
many, numerous, multiple
|Example||The implications of the decision were manifold.|
|2. DISPUTE (NOUN): (विवाद)|
A disagreement or argument.
debate, discussion, disputation
|Example||A territorial dispute was held between the two countries.|
|3. MORATORIUM (NOUN): (रोक)|
A temporary prohibition of an activity.
embargo, ban, prohibition
|Antonyms||resuscitation, renewal, recommencement|
|Example||A moratorium was decided on the use of drift nets.|
|4. PROMULGATE (VERB): (घोषणा करना)|
Promote or make widely known (an idea or cause).
publicize, spread, communicate
conceal, suppress, stifle
|Example||These objectives have to be promulgated within the organization.|
|5. DIVERSE (ADJECTIVE): (विविध)|
Showing a great deal of variety; very different.
various, many, sundry
|Example||India has a huge culturally diverse population.|
|6. EMBARK (VERB): (शुरू करना)|
Begin (a course of action).
begin, start, commence
|Example||She embarked on a new career.|
|7. MASSIVE (ADJECTIVE): (विशाल)|
huge, enormous, gigantic
|Example||I saw a massive rampart of stone.|
|8. UNDERSCORE (VERB): (बल देना)|
punctuate, accent, stress
|Example||The company underscored the progress made with fuel cells|
|9. SUCCUMB (VERB):(झुक जाना)|
Fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force.
yield, give in, give way
|Example||We cannot merely give up and succumb to despair.|
|10. HIKE (VERB): (वृद्धि होना)|
Increase (something, especially a price) sharply.
increase, raise up, put up
|Example||The government hiked up the price of milk by 40 percent.|
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