The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  6th May 2022

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB:  6th May 2022

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‘Vocabulary’

  1. Marshaling (verb)

Meaning: arrange or assemble (a group of people, especially soldiers) in order. (इकट्ठा करना)

Synonyms: gather, gather together, assemble

Antonyms: demobbing, demobilizing

Sentence: Richard was marshalling the doctors and nurses, showing them where to go.

  1. Emissary (noun)

Meaning: a person sent on a special mission, usually as a diplomatic representative. (दूत)

Synonyms: envoy, ambassador, diplomat

Sentence: Most of the industrialized nations of the world sent emissaries to the conference on global warming.

  1. Queered (verb)

Meaning: spoil or ruin (an agreement, event, or situation). (खराब करना)

Synonyms: ruin, damage, vitiate

Antonyms: glorify, elevate, ennoble

Sentence: Reg didn’t want someone meddling and queering the deal at the last minute.

  1. Burgeoning (adj.)

Meaning: beginning to grow or increase rapidly; flourishing. (तेजी से बढ़ते)

Synonyms: accelerating, accumulating, booming

Antonyms: decreasing, diminishing, dwindling

Sentence: Our company’s business is burgeoning now.

  1. Confabulation (noun)

Meaning: friendly, informal conversation or an instance of this (बातचीत)

Synonyms: backchat, cackle, causerie

Sentence: Began our confabulation with that traditional icebreaker: an innocuous discussion of the weather.

  1. Overtly (adv.)

Meaning: without concealment or secrecy; openly. (खुलकर)

Synonyms: apparent, undisguised, clear

Antonyms: private, secretive

Sentence: Much of the recent speculation has overtly political motives.

  1. Debilitating (verb)

Meaning: to diminish the physical strength of (दुर्बल)

Synonyms: devitalizing, enervating, enfeebling

Antonyms: fortifying, strengthening, energizing

Sentence: He was hoping for a cure from his debilitating illness.

  1. Travesty (noun)

Meaning: a false, absurd, or distorted representation of something. (गलतबयानी)

Synonyms: misrepresentation, distortion, perversion

Sentence: The trial was a travesty of justice.

  1. Fatigued (verb)

Meaning: cause (someone) to feel tired or exhausted. (थका देना)

Synonyms: tire, tire out, exhaust

Antonyms: activated, energized, invigorated

Sentence: Climbing the mountain fatigued the whole scout troop.

  1. Desist (verb)

Meaning: cease; abstain. (बंद कर देना)

Synonyms: abstain, refrain, forbear

Antonyms: initiate, appear, start

Sentence: The shopping centre agreed to desist from false advertising.

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