The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  13th January 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  13th January 2022

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 ‘Vocabulary’

  1. Accrue (verb)

Meaning: (of sums of money or benefits) be received by someone in regular or increasing amounts over time. (उपाजित होना)

Synonyms: result, arise, follow

Antonyms: abate, decline, diminish

Sentence: A penny-pincher who is accruing a fortune by spending next to nothing.

  1. Unabated (adj.)

Meaning: without any reduction in intensity or strength. (अक्षीण)

Synonyms: assiduous, conscientious, diligent

Antonyms: indolent, lackadaisical, laggard

Sentence: Their effort continued unabated despite the many pitfalls they faced.

  1. Fissiparous (adj.)

Meaning: inclined to cause or undergo division into separate parts or groups. (विभाजित)

Synonyms: division, partition, separation

Antonyms: assemblage, association

Sentence: High-quality, fissiparous yeast can resist high temperature, it is available for summer production, and low down energy cost.

  1. Mediocrity (noun)

Meaning: the quality or state of being mediocre. (सामान्यता)

Synonyms: ordinariness, commonplaceness, averageness

Antonyms: distinction, excellence, excellency

Sentence: She’s a perfectionist who refuses to settle for mediocrity.

  1. Pecuniary (adj.)

Meaning: relating to or consisting of money. (धन-संबंधी)

Synonyms: financial, monetary, economic

Antonyms: nonfinancial

Sentence: She denies obtaining a pecuniary advantage by deception.

  1. Ubiquity (noun)

Meaning: the fact of appearing everywhere or of being very common. (हर जगह पर होना)

Synonyms: common, ordinary, omnipresent

Antonyms: rare, seldom, uncommon

Sentence: The ubiquity of mobile phones means you don’t really need a watch.

  1. Emanating (verb)

Meaning: (of something abstract but perceptible) issue or spread out from (a source). (निकलती)

Synonyms: emerge, flow, pour

Antonyms: absorbing, soaking (up), sponging

Sentence: Delicious smells were emanating from the kitchen.

  1. Thumping (adv.)

Meaning: to a great degree (अति)

Synonyms: achingly, almighty, archly

Antonyms: little, negligibly, nominally

Sentence: He wrote several thumping big books on World War II.

  1. Clasp (verb)

Meaning: grasp (something) tightly with one’s hand. (पकड़ना)

Synonyms: grasp, grip, clutch

Antonyms: release, relinquishment

Sentence: He clasped her arm.

  1. Souvenir (noun)

Meaning: a thing that is kept as a reminder of a person, place, or event. (यादगार)

Synonyms: memento, keepsake, reminder

Antonyms: forgotten

Sentence: The recording provides a souvenir of a great production.

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