Thursday, 13 April 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL VOCABULARY – APRIL 11th,12TH 2017

Hai Friends Iam Neeharika J .Here Iam Sharing English Vocabulary From Editorial Section Of The Hindu Dated 11th,12th April 2017.Happy Reading........


1.      damning (adjective)          – incriminating, condemnatory, damaging.
2.      indictment (noun)                         – charge, accusation, citation.
3.      debar (noun)                      – exclude, ban, disqualify.
4.      indulge in (verb)                – involve (in an undesirable action).
5.      indict (verb)                      – charge with, accuse of, arraign for.
6.      incur (verb)                        – suffer, sustain, experience/expose oneself to.
7.      render (verb)                     – show, display; give/provide.
8.      personnel (noun)               – employees, staff, workforce.
9.      provision (noun)                – term, clause, requirement.
10.  postpone (verb)                 – delay, defer, reschedule.

11.  anguish (adjective)            – pain, unhappiness, suffering.
12.  sordid (adjective)              – cheap, dishonest/shameful, corrupt.
13.  tenor (noun)                      – the general meaning, content, character of something.
14.  desperate (adjective)         – in great need of, urgently requiring, craving/wanting.
15.  stake (noun)                      – bet/wager/gamble; risk.
16.  legitimacy (noun)              – validity, justification, reasonableness.
17.  unprecedented (adjective) – not done or experienced before.
18.  deterrence (noun)               – the act of deterring/stopping someone from doing something.
19.  inducement (noun)             – incentive, temptation, inciteme
20.  allurement (noun)               – attraction, persuasion, enticement.
21.  vitiate (verb)                       – spoil, impair, destroy.
22.  irredeemably (adverb)        – irreparably; in a way that something not able to be
    corrected/improved.
23.  swiftly (adverb)                – quickly, rapidly, fast.



THE HINDU EDITORIAL VOCABULARY – APRIL 12TH 2017

1.       ill-considered (adjective) – unconsidered, ill-advised, ill-judged/unwise.
2.      escalate (adverb) – increase, intensify, make something more serious.
3.      bilateral (adjective) – involving two groups or countries.
4.      sentence (verb) – punish/convict, pass judgement on.
5.      fraught with (adjective) – full of,  filled with, charged with/loaded with.
6.      trial (noun) – tribunal, court case/lawsuit, enquiry.
7.      take someone/something by surprise (phrase) – surprise, shock, stun.
8.      glaring (adjective) – obvious, blatant, flagrant.
9.      confession (noun) – admission, acknowledgement, revelation.
10.   splice (verb) – interweave, intertwine, join/connect/insert.
11.    transcript (noun) – written version/copy, reproduction, record/text.
12.   contradict (verb) – deny, rebut, say the opposite of.
13.   tutor (verb) – instruct, guide, teach.
14.   corroborative (adjective) – confirming, verifying, endorsing/validating.
15.   back (verb) – supplement, support, help.
16.   consular (adjective) – relating to the consul or consulate in a foreign city.
17.   in a poor light (phrase) – in order to give a bad/poor impression.
18.   retrial (noun) – a second or further trial.
19.   recourse to (verb) – resort to, make use of, utilize.
20.  backburner (noun) – delayed consideration of an action.
21.   pursue (verb) – investigate, analysis, examine.
22.  dispel (verb) – banish, eliminate, dismiss.
23.  sober (adjective) – serious, sensible, solemn, thoughtful/pragmatic.
24.  stand fast (adjective) – firm, faithful, loyal, devoted.
25.  in the balance (phrase) – uncertain, unknown, in a critical state.
26.  three-pronged (adjective) – Having three pointed parts.
27.  flawed (adjective) – defective, wrong, incorrect.
28.  interlocutor (noun) -a person who takes part in a dialogue or conversation.
29.  backchannel (noun) – secondary & secret route for the communication.