The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  20th October 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  20th October 2021

In the modern competitive era, most of the exams have the English Language as a section. So here we bring you The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to enhance vocabulary power and help you prepare for the exams like Banking, Railway, Insurance, SSC, and other Government exams.

‘Vocabulary’

  1. Aversion (noun)

Meaning: a strong dislike or disinclination. (घृणा)

Synonyms: dislike of, distaste for, hatred

Antonyms: affection, appetite, love

Sentence: He had a deep-seated aversion to most forms of exercise.

  1. Germane (adj.)

Meaning: relevant to a subject under consideration. (सार्थक)

Synonyms: relevant, pertinent, applicable

Antonyms: irrelative, irrelevant, pointless

Sentence: He asks questions that are germane and central to the issue.

  1. Parsimony (noun)

Meaning: extreme unwillingness to spend money or use resources. (बचत)

Synonyms: meanness, miserliness, parsimoniousness

Antonyms: diseconomy, wastefulness, lavishness

Sentence: Due to official parsimony, only one machine was built.

  1. Fling (verb)

Meaning: throw or hurl forcefully. (फेंकना)

Synonyms: throw, toss, sling

Antonyms: hold, keep, retain

Sentence: He picked up the debris and flung it away.

  1. Glut (noun)

Meaning: an excessively abundant supply of something. (भरमार)

Synonyms: a surplus, excess, surfeit

Antonyms: dearth, scarcity, shortage

Sentence: There is a glut of cars on the market.

  1. Perforate (verb)

Meaning: pierce and make a hole or holes in. (छिद्रित)

Synonyms: pierce, penetrate, prick

Antonyms: fill, patch, seal

Sentence: The broken ribs perforated into his lung.

  1. Oust (verb)

Meaning: drive out or expel (someone) from a position or place. (बाहर निकालना)

Synonyms: expel, force out, throw out

Antonyms: accept, admit, receive

Sentence: He ousted a long-term incumbent by only 500 votes.

  1. Smirch (verb)

Meaning: make (something) dirty (मैला करना)

Synonyms: contaminate, defile, pollute

Antonyms: clean, freshen, renew

Sentence: Their clothes were smirched by dust from the trail.

  1. Vivacity (noun)

Meaning: (especially in a woman) the quality of being attractively lively and animated. (चुस्ती)

Synonyms: ebullience, sparkle, spirit

Antonyms: indolence, laziness, dolefulness

Sentence: He was struck by her vivacity, humor, and charm.

  1. Epithet (noun)

Meaning: an adjective or descriptive phrase expressing a quality characteristic of the person or thing mentioned. (विशेषण)

Synonyms: sobriquet, nickname, byname

Sentence: Old men are often unfairly awarded the epithet “dirty”.

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