The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 06 June 2020
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The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary: June 06, 2020
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|1. MONUMENTAL (ADJECTIVE): (स्मरणार्थ)|
Great in importance, extent, or size.
huge, great, enormous.
|Antonyms||small, insignificant, little|
|Example||Monumental efforts have been made to control the spread of the virus.|
|2. DEVASTATE (VERB): (तबाह करना)|
Cause (someone) severe and overwhelming shock or grief.
shatter, shock, stun
enrich, inactivity, underspend
|Example||She was entirely devastated due to the loss of her soon.|
|3. CONSTRAINT (NOUN): (बाध्यता)|
Stiffness of manner and inhibition in relations between people.
inhibition, uneasiness, embarrassment
|Example||They would be able to talk without constraint.|
|4. CHAOTIC (ADJECTIVE): (अस्तव्यस्त)|
In a state of complete confusion and disorder.
disorderly, disordered, disorganized
|Example||The circumstances in the economy are chaotic.|
|5. DELIBERATION (NOUN): (सावधानी)|
Slow and careful movement or thought.
care, caution, slowness
|Example||He replaced the glass on the table with deliberation.|
|6. DISTRACTION (NOUN): (व्याकुलता)|
Extreme agitation of the mind.
frenzy, hysteria, madness
calm, peace, order
|Example||Packs of savage dogs roamed the streets.|
|7. AWFUL (ADJECTIVE): (भद्दा)|
disgusting, nasty, terrible
|Antonyms||lovely, wonderful, good, excellent|
|Example||Many people look awful when they cry.|
|8. SEVERE (ADJECTIVE): (गंभीर)|
(of something bad or undesirable) very great; intense.
acute, serious, grave
|Example||We have a severe shortage of technicians.|
|9. RELATIVE (ADJECTIVE): (उचित)|
Existing or possessing a specified characteristic only in comparison to something else; not absolute.
moderate, reasonable, considerable
|Example||She went down the steps into the relative darkness of the dining room.|
|10. BELIE (VERB): (झुठलाना)|
(of an appearance) fail to give a true impression of (something).
contradict, give the lie to, disprove
|Example||His lively, alert manner belied his years.|
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