The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 4th June 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB: 4th June 2021

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  1. Egregious (adj.)

Trick: GRE exam

Meaning: Outstandingly Bad or shocking (भयंकर)

Synonyms: Appalling, Horrific, Terrible

Antonyms: Marvelous, Excellent

Sentence: It was an egregious performance in the GRE exam.

  1. Plausible (Adj.)

Trick: Possible

Meaning: That you can believe (मुमकिन)

Synonyms: Believable, Credible, Probable

Antonyms: Absurd, Doubtful, Fantastic

Sentence: She could find no plausible explanation for its disappearance.

  1. Embellish (verb)

Trick: Bell to Xmas tree

Meaning: Make more attractive by the addition of decorative details (संवारना)

Synonyms: Elaborate, Amplify, Enhance

Antonyms: Simplify, Bare

Sentence: I asked him not to embellish the truth with ideas of his own.

  1. Waiver (Noun)

Trick: wave

Meaning: A situation in which somebody gives up a legal claim or right (त्याग)

Synonyms: Disclaimer, Release

Antonyms: Allowance, accept, approval

Sentence: We had to sign a waiver, giving up any rights to the land in the future.

  1. Substantive (adj.)

Trick: Sabse Important Tent

Meaning: Having a firm basis in reality and so important, meaningful (मूल)

Synonyms: Considerable, Biggish, Major, Significant

Antonyms: Minute, Trivial, Marginal

Sentence: Substantive research on the subject needs to be carried out.

  1. Tandem (Adverb)

Trick: Tan + Dhan + Man

Meaning: Alongside each other (मिलकर)

Synonyms: Together

Antonyms: Individual, Single

Sentence: The two teams are designed to work in tandem.

  1. Imperative (Adj.)

Trick: Important + Relative

Meaning: Not to be avoided (अनिवार्य)

Synonyms: Compulsory, Incumbent, Necessary

Antonyms: Unnecessary, Optional

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

  1. Deterrence (Noun)

Trick: Detergent

Meaning: Action of discouraging through fear of the consequence (अवरोध)

Synonyms: Discouragement, Dictation

Antonyms: Allowance, Permission, Approval

Sentence: This guideline stresses the deterrence of war.

  1. Naive (adj.)

Trick: Naya

Meaning: Without enough experience (अनुभवहीन)

Synonyms: Innocent, Primitive, Unwary

Antonyms: Incredulous, Wary, Critical

Sentence: Riya is naïve in this field.

  1. Astound (Verb)

Trick: Stunt

Meaning: To surprise somebody very much (हक्का बक्का)

Synonyms: Amaze, Astonish, Flabbergast

Antonyms: Expect, Calm, Clarify, Enlighten

Sentence: He wants to surpass & astound them by transforming the district.

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