The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  25th January 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  25th January 2022

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  1. Dichotomy (noun)

Meaning: a division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different. (विरोधाभास)

Synonyms: division, separation, split

Sentence: There is a dichotomy between the academic world and the industrial world.

  1. Fallacy (noun)

Meaning: a mistaken belief, especially one based on an unsound argument. (हेत्वाभास)

Synonyms: misconception, misbelief, delusion

Antonyms: truth, verity, actuality

Sentence: The once-common fallacy is that girls just weren’t any good at math.

  1. Truncate (verb)

Meaning: shorten the duration or extent of. (काट-छांट)

Synonyms: shorten, cut, cut short

Antonyms: elongate, extend, lengthen

Sentence: My article was published in truncated form.

  1. Obliteration (noun)

Meaning: the action or fact of obliterating or being obliterated; total destruction. (विस्मृति)

Synonyms: eradication, erasing, erasure

Antonyms: raising, regeneracy, refurbishment

Sentence: The result of these invasions was the near obliteration of ancient Egypt.

  1. Aegis (noun)

Meaning: the protection, backing, or support of a particular person or organization. (संरक्षण)

Synonyms: patronage, protection, shelter

Antonyms: assault, attack, offense

Sentence: The space program will continue under the aegis of the armed forces.

  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. Bygone (adj.)

Meaning: belonging to an earlier time. (पुराना)

Synonyms: past, former, earlier

Antonyms: now, present, existing

Sentence: The book recalls other memories of a bygone age.

  1. Skimped (verb)

Meaning: expend or use less time, money, or material on something than is necessary in an attempt to economize. (कंजूसी करना)

Synonyms: stint on, scrimp on, economize on

Antonyms: wasted, lavished, misspent

Sentence: we must skimp and save if we are going to afford a vacation this summer

  1. Ingenuity (adj.)

Meaning: the quality of being clever, original, and inventive. (सरलता)

Synonyms: inventiveness, creativity, imagination

Antonyms: dryness, dullness

Sentence: We are looking for someone with ingenuity and imagination.

  1. Dilettante (noun)

Meaning: a person who cultivates an area of interest, such as the arts, without real commitment or knowledge. (शौक़ीन)

Synonyms: dabbler, trifler, tinkerer

Sentence: I’m too serious to be a dilettante and too much a dabbler to be a professional.

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