Hai Friends Iam Neeharika J .Here Iam Sharing English Vocabulary From Editorial Section Of The Hindu
THE HINDU EDITORIAL VOCABULARY – APRIL 15TH – 21th2017
27. (phrase) – Latin term means “on its own motion”. it is used where a government agency acts on its own knowledge.
49. (noun) – it is a infection that will most often make you sick given the “opportunity” of a damaged or weakened immune system, including people with HIV.
50. (phrasal verb) – develop, create, elaborate (something with using something else as a basis for further development).
57. (noun) – outbreak; a situation in which a disease spreads quickly and affects many people (Courtesy: VOA Learning English).
67. (noun) – it is a pharmaceutical drug that is equivalent to a brand-name product in dosage, strength, route of administration, quality, performance, and intended use.
70. (phrase) – way of defending.
73. (noun) – audit log; a series of paper, electronic files, and other such records that show how transactions are dealt with by an organization from beginning to end.
85. (adverb) – in an indigenous (originating from native/local) manner, something is produced in a particular region/country.
95. (noun) – the act of creating, optimizing and maintaining a balanced budget.
106. (noun) – verge, edge, crucial/critical point (beyond which something else (good/bad) will happen).
108. (noun) – removal or loosening of restrictions on something, typically an economic or political system.
109. (noun) – the difference between total expenditure and total income of the government.
110. (noun) – Government measures, normally involving increased public spending and lower taxation, aimed at giving a positive jolt to economic activity
111. (noun) – it is the flexibility of a government in its spending choices, and, more generally, to the financial well-being of a government.
131. (phrase) – inaccurate or incorrect.