The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 26th March 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 26th March 2021

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  1. Commensurate (Adj.) – Trick: Common measure

Meaning: Common in size, degree or extent (अनुरूप)

Synonyms: Proportional, Symmetrical

Antonyms: Asymmetrical, Irregular

Sentence: The pay should be commensurate with the work.

  1. Paradox (Noun) – Trick: Parade + Ox

Meaning: Someone or something that seems to conflict with one another (विरोधाभास)

Synonyms: Antinomy, Enigma, Conundrum

Antonyms: Normality, Explanation, Understanding

Sentence: It’s a paradox that in such a rich country there can be so much poverty.

  1. Seldom (Adj.) – Trick: Sel (Duracell) d0

Meaning: Not often (कभी कभी)

Synonyms: Rarely, little, Infrequently

Antonyms: Habitually, Routinely, Ordinarily

Sentence: An enemy’s mouth seldom speaks well.

  1. Aberrant (Adj) – Trick: Beer + Ant

Meaning: Departing from an accepted standard (धर्मपथ से हटनेवाला)

Synonyms: Deviant, Abnormal, Anomalous

Antonyms: Usual, Familiar, run of the mill

Sentence: His aberrant behavior requires an explanation

  1. Aggravate (Verb) – Trick: Aggressive

Meaning: Make worse (बदतर करना)

Synonyms: Annoy, Exasperate, Hassle

Antonyms: Appease, Conciliate

Sentence: Military intervention aggravated the situation in Myanmar.

  1. Intervention (Noun) – Trick: Enter + Van + Son

Meaning: The act of intervening(हस्तक्षेप)

Synonyms: Butt in, interfere, intrude, Arbitrate

Antonym: Stand by, Avoid, Eschew

Sentence: Military intervention aggravated the situation in Myanmar.

  1. Imperative (Adj.) – Trick: Important + Relative

Meaning: Not to be avoided (अनिवार्य)

Synonyms: Compulsory, Incumbent, Necessary

Antonyms: Unnecessary, Optional

Sentence: It is imperative that politicians should be good communicators.

  1. Avarice (Noun) – Trick: Waris

Meaning: Insatiable desire for wealth (लोभ)

Synonyms: Greed, Cupidity, Rapacity

Antonyms: Charity, Generous, Munificence

Sentence: Avarice blinds our eyes.

  1. Behemoth (Noun) – Trick: Mammoth

Meaning: Huge creature

Synonyms: Beast, Mammoth, Huge, Enormous

Antonyms: Wimp, Wisp, Diminutive

Sentence: The Ganga river discharged a behemoth amount of water.

  1. Trickle down

Meaning: Gradually benefit the poorest as a result of the increasing wealth of the richest (नीचे टपकाना)

Sentence: She felt the cold water trickle down through her throat.

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