The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary – 09 June 2020
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The Hindu Editorial With Vocabulary: June 09, 2020
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|1. COERCIVE (ADJECTIVE): (बलपूर्वक)|
Relating to or using force or threats.
persistent, insistent, pressing
|Antonyms||powerless, ductile, accountable|
|2. OUTLAY (NOUN): (व्यय)|
An amount of money spent on something.
expenditure, expenses, spending
income, pay, savings
|Example||A modest outlay on local advertising was spent.|
|3. SANCTIFY (VERB): (शुद्ध करना)|
Set apart as or declare holy; consecrate.
consecrate, bless, ordain
|Example||A small shrine was built to sanctify the site.|
|4. CONTEMPORARY (ADJECTIVE): (समकालीन)|
Living or occurring at the same time.
present, modern, present-day
old-fashioned, out of date
|Example||The event was recorded by a contemporary historian.|
|5. PROPONENT (NOUN): (समर्थक)|
A person who advocates a theory, proposal, or course of action.
supporter, upholder, exponent
|Example||He is a strong proponent of the free market and liberal trade policies.|
|6. ADHERE (VERB): (पालन करना)|
Closely follow, observe, or represent.
abide by, stick to, hold to
|Example||The account adhered firmly to the fact|
|7. CONTEND (VERB): (संघर्ष करना)|
face, cope with, grapple with
|Antonyms||relinquish, surrender, allow|
|Example||She had to contend with his uncertain temper.|
|8. INCONSPICUOUS (ADJECTIVE): (अगोचर)|
Not clearly visible or attracting attention.
unnoticeable, unobtrusive, unremarkable
|Example||That was an inconspicuous red-brick building.|
|9. STAMPEDE (NOUN): (भगदड़)|
A sudden panicked rush of a number of horses, cattle, or other animals.
panic, rush, flight
|Example||The herd was fleeing back to the high land in a wild stampede.|
|10. DISCOURSE (NOUN): (बातचीत)|
Written or spoken communication or debate.
discussion, conversation, talk
|Example||They understand the language of political discourse only.|
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