The Hindu Editorial VOCAB : 25th April 2020

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB :25th April 2020

In this competitive world, ‘Vocabulary‘ plays a vital role in every exam. Banking , Railway, Insurance, SSC and other Government exams so here We provides you The Hindu Vocab on daily basis to enhance vocab power and helps you in your preparation for Govt job.  

  1. GLOAT (VERB):  (आनंदित होना): exclaim triumph

Synonyms: rejoice, relish      

Antonyms: be sad, commiserate

Example: The winning team was polite enough to not gloat over its huge win.

  1. BANTER (NOUN): (हंसी उड़ाना): teasing

Synonyms: jeering, ridicule

Antonyms: flattery, praise

Example: His t-shirt had some banter line written over it.

  1. EXTENSIVELY (ADVERB): (बड़े पैमाने पर): widely

Synonyms:  broadly, greatly

Antonyms:  minutely, marginally

Example: The demonetisation scheme benefitted the masses extensively.

  1. COINCIDE (VERB): (सम्पाती होना): go along with

Synonyms: concur, harmonize 

Antonyms:  deviate, dissent

Example: I can coincide with his idea.

  1. PSEUDONYM (NOUN): (उपनाम): false name

Synonyms:  nick name, alias

Antonyms: real name, authentic name

Example: All the characters in the play used their pseudonym.

  1. NEUROSIS (NOUN): inhibition 🙁विक्षिप्ति

Synonyms: aberration, abnormality 

Antonyms: normality, sanity

Example:  Soni got a neurosis about chemicals and imagined them everywhere doing her harm. 

  1. VOLTE-FACE (NOUN): annulment 🙁पक्ष परिवर्तन)

Synonyms: cancellation, rescinding 

Antonyms: enactment, validation

Example:  Ankit volte faced about the decision to marry Natasha. 

  1. AFFABLE (ADJECTIVE): friendly 🙁भद्र)

Synonyms: amiable, genial 

Antonyms: rude, unfriendly

Example: She has an affable nature. 

  1. OBVERSE (NOUN): front 🙁अग्रभाग)

Synonyms: complement, counterpart 

Antonyms: back, rear

Example:  He needs to practise humbleness which is the obverse of your usual arrogance. 

  1. EAGER (ADJECTIVE): anxious 🙁आतुर)

Synonyms: keen, ambitious 

Antonyms: dispassionate, uneager 

Example: The CBI was eager to prosecute the vice chancellor for extortion.

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