The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 15th February 2023
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- Libel (noun)
Meaning: a published false statement that is damaging to a person’s reputation; a written defamation. (निंदलेख)
Synonyms: defamation, misrepresentation, vilification
Antonyms: praise, respect, commendation
Sentence: The governor’s office issued a statement accusing the state’s largest newspaper of libel.
- Pursuance (noun)
Meaning: the carrying out of a plan or action. (अनुसरण)
Synonyms: implementation, carrying out, fulfilment
Antonyms: non-performance, nonfulfillment
Sentence: They may need to borrow money in pursuance of their legal action.
- Redundancy (noun)
Meaning: the state of being not or no longer needed or useful. (बेकार)
Synonyms: futile, purposeless, useless
Sentence: It is absurd to be discussing compulsory redundancy policies for teachers.
- Frazzle (noun)
Meaning: the state of being completely exhausted (थकी हुई अवस्था)
Synonyms: exhaustion, fatigue, lethargy
Antonyms: refreshment, energy, rejuvenation
Sentence: The meeting left me feeling completely frazzled.
- Teed off (verb)
Meaning: feeling or showing anger (गुस्सा होना)
Synonyms: ballistic, angry, infuriated
Antonyms: pleased, accepting, delighted
Sentence: He teed off on the Labour Government policies.
- Goof (noun)
Meaning: a stupid person (मूर्ख)
Synonyms: idiot, moron, stupid
Antonyms: genius, brain, whiz
Sentence: I just stood there like a goof waiting for him to introduce her.
- Secern (verb)
Meaning: to understand or point out the difference in (अलग)
Synonyms: differentiate, distinguish, discern
Antonyms: confound, mingle
Sentence: And still, less is he able to secern the truth from the falsehood
- Intuitive (adj.)
Meaning: using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive. (स्वाभाविक)
Synonyms: instinctive, intuitional, instinctual
Sentence: Men are often regarded as less intuitive than women.
- Interdict (noun)
Meaning: an authoritative prohibition. (पाबंदी)
Synonyms: prohibition, ban, embargo
Antonyms: allowing, permission, granting
Sentence: Troops could be ferried in to interdict drug shipments
- Profundity (noun)
Meaning: deep insight; great depth of knowledge or thought. (बुद्धिमत्ता)
Synonyms: wisdom(deep), insight, intelligence
Antonyms: stupidity, witlessness
Sentence: He lacked profundity and analytical precision.
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