The Hindu Editorial VOCAB 6 July 2021 (Improve Your Vocabulary)

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB 6 July 2021
The Hindu Editorial VOCAB 6 July 2021

The Hindu Editorial VOCAB 6 July 2021

ABHORRENT (Adjective): घृणित 

  • Meaning: inspiring disgust and loathing; repugnant.
  • अर्थ: घृणा और घृणा को प्रेरित करना; प्रतिकूल।
  • Synonyms: detestable, hateful, abominable, repugnant
  • Antonyms: acceptable, agreeable, alluring, delightful
  • Usage:Jack’s abhorrent behavior caused him to get kicked out of the restaurant.

SALUTARY (adjective) : लाभदायक

  • Meaning: (especially with reference to something unwelcome or unpleasant) producing good effects; beneficial.
  • अर्थ: (विशेषकर किसी अनिष्ट या अप्रिय के संदर्भ में) अच्छा प्रभाव उत्पन्न करना; फायदेमंद।
  • Synonyms: profitable, productive, helpful, useful.
  • Antonyms: irrelevant, unprofitable, damaging, deleterious.
  • Usage: A rise in joblessness could cancel out the strong euro’s salutary effect on consumer spending.

SOJOURN (noun) : डेरा डालना

  • Meaning: a temporary stay at one place, esp. while traveling.
  • अर्थ: एक जगह पर एक अस्थायी निवास, यात्रा करते समय।
  • Synonyms: stay, tarry, visit, stopover.
  • Antonyms: journey, migration, departure, advance.
  • Usage: During Dean’s sojourn in Paris, he spent two weeks visiting all of the city’s cultural attractions.

BRACE (verb) : मजबूत बनाना

  • Meaning: prepare (someone) for something difficult or unpleasant.
  • अर्थ: किसी कठिन या अप्रिय के लिए (किसी को) तैयार करना।
  • Synonyms: nerve, gird, strengthen, fortify.
  • Antonyms: dampen, deaden, drain, debilitate.
  • Usage: Along with most of my neighbors in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, I was braced for the presidential transition.

PANDER (verb) : प्राप्ति

  • Meaning: gratify or indulge (an immoral or distasteful desire or taste or a person with such a desire or taste)
  • अर्थ: तृप्ति या भोग (एक अनैतिक या अरुचिकर इच्छा या स्वाद या ऐसी इच्छा या स्वाद वाला व्यक्ति)
  • Synonyms: indulge, gratify, satisfy, yield.
  • Antonyms: dissatisfy, deny, refuse, disturb.
  • Usage: She tries to hold on to as much genuine stuff as she can while pandering to fancier tastes.

DEBASEMENT(verb) : नीचा दिखाना  

  • Meaning: the action of reducing the quality or value of something
  • अर्थ: किसी चीज की गुणवत्ता या मूल्य को कम करने की क्रिया
  • Synonyms: abase, corrupt
  • Antonyms: uplift, ennoble
  • Example: Currency debasement means that the more dollars there are in circulation, the less each dollar is worth.

ENSCONCE (Verb) : स्थापित करना

  • Meaning: establish or settle (someone) in a comfortable, safe place.
  • अर्थ: किसी आरामदायक, सुरक्षित जगह पर (किसी को) स्थापित या बसाना।
  • Synonyms: settle, install, establish, entrench
  • Antonyms: depart, displace
  • Example: Clara is comfortably ensconced in a beach chair and has no immediate plans to return to work.

REPRISAL(Noun) :प्रतिहिंसा

  • Meaning: an act of retaliation.
  • अर्थ: प्रतिशोध का एक कार्य।
  • Synonym: retaliation, counterattack
  • Antonym: pardon, remission
  • Usage: He felt secure enough in his information that he announced his opinion on the matter without fear of reprisal.

INCAPACITATED (adjective) : अक्षम

  • Meaning: deprived of strength or power; debilitated.
  • अर्थ: शक्ति या शक्ति से वंचित; दुर्बल।
  • Synonyms: crippled, decrepit, enfeebled, frail.
  • Antonyms: powerful, strong, sturdy, stout.
  • Usage: In states such as Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky, “countless children are growing up with parents in jail, incapacitated or underground”.

CULMINATION (noun) : परिणति 

  • Meaning: the highest or climactic point of something, especially as attained after a long time.
  • अर्थ: किसी चीज का उच्चतम या चरम बिंदु, विशेष रूप से लंबे समय के बाद प्राप्त किया जाता है।
  • Synonym: climax, pinnacle, peak.
  • Antonym: nadir, base, bottom.
  • Usage: Their arrest was the culmination of an operation in which 120 other people were detained.

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