The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 23rd August 2022
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- Amok (adv.)
Meaning: in a confused and reckless manner (आपे से बाहर)
Synonyms: confusedly, berserk, feverishly
Antonyms: calmly, collectedly, composedly
Sentence: A man was arrested after running amok with a vehicle through Berlin.
- Scandalous (adj.)
Meaning: causing general public outrage by a perceived offense against morality or law. (अपमानपूर्ण)
Synonyms: discreditable, disreputable, dishonorable
Antonyms: appreciative, innocuous, inoffensive
Sentence: They spread a scandalous rumor about a coworker almost costing him his job.
- Liaison (noun)
Meaning: communication or cooperation which facilitates a close working relationship between people or organizations. (मेल जोल)
Synonyms: cooperation, contact, association
Antonyms: disaffiliation, dissociation, incompatibility
Sentence: We maintained a close liaison with the trade union.
- Corralled (verb)
Meaning: gather together and confine (a group of people or things). (इकट्ठा करना)
Synonyms: accumulated, amassed, assembled
Antonyms: dispelled, dispersed, dissipated
Sentence: They corralled the cattle before loading them onto the truck.
- Reenact (verb)
Meaning: to act out a past event; to enact it again (दोहराना)
Synonyms: reduplicate, repeat, recreate
Sentence: The group reenacted a famous American Civil War battle.
- Accrual (noun)
Meaning: the accumulation or increase of something over time, especially payments or benefits. (प्रोद्भवन)
Synonyms: accumulation, assemblage, gathering
Antonyms: deduction, subtraction, decrement
Sentence: I had an accrual of $100 through interest on my savings account last year.
- Oodles (noun)
Meaning: a very significant number or amount of something. (अधिक संख्या)
Synonyms: abundance, basketful, boatload
Antonyms: ace, bit, little
Sentence: They’ve got oodles of money.
- Enervated (adj.)
Meaning: drained of energy or vitality. (सुस्त)
Synonyms: lackadaisical, languid, listless
Antonyms: active, ambitious, energetic
Sentence: David felt too enervated to resist.
- Countenancing (verb)
Meaning: admit as acceptable or possible. (स्वीकार करना)
Synonyms: tolerate, permit, allow
Antonyms: disapproving (of), discountenancing, disfavoring
Sentence: I don’t countenance such behavior in children of any age
- Bucolic (noun)
Meaning: relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life. (ग्राम्य)
Synonyms: rural, pastoral, countryside
Antonyms: urban, metropolitan
Sentence: The painting shows a typically bucolic scene with peasants harvesting crops in a field.
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