Magical Vocabulary Words From Editorial – Set-12

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In the present competitive scenario English plays a very important role in our day to day life. Thus it is essential to have a sound knowledge and understanding of English Vocabulary Words. From now on letsstudytogether presenting you a list of Daily Editorial vocabulary words from news papers like THE HINDU, Economics Times, Financial Express, The Economics etc. .

This will help you to sail and score good marks in English Language section and improve your Daily Editorial vocabulary words skills and to have a good command on English language section. Hope this will help you with your preparation.



*Daily Editorial Vocabulary Words*

1.Ratify (verb) (पुष्टि करना)– sign or give formal consent to (a treaty, contract, or agreement), making it officially valid

Synonyms – sanction, endorse

Antonyms – destroy, revoke

Ex: Unfortunately, half of the legislators refuse to ratify a bill that would increase funding for public schools.

2.Affirmation (noun)(प्रतिज्ञान)– the action or process of affirming something

Synonyms – assertion, testimony

Antonyms – denial, negation

Ex: He nodded in affirmation.

3.Predicament (noun)(स्थिति–a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation

Synonyms – crisis, rigor

Antonyms – agreement, closure

Ex: The club’s financial predicament.

4.Eradication(noun) (निवारण)– the complete destruction of something

Synonyms – destruction, elimination

Ex: This might come as a surprise – he once created a version of the temporal eradication wave.

Curbing (verb)(रोकने) – restrain or keep in check

Synonyms – inhibit, fetter

Antonyms – encourage, promote

Ex: She promised she would curb her temper.

5.Reticence (noun)(अल्पभाषिता)– the quality of being reticent; reserve

Synonyms – hesitation, reserve

Ex: The traditional emotional reticence of the British.

6.Commendable(adjective) (सराहनीय)– deserving praise

Synonyms – laudable, excellent

Antonyms – wrong, unworthy

Ex: He has given a commendable performance in the match.

7.Inevitable (adjective)(अपरिहार्य)– certain to happen; unavoidable

Synonyms – decreed, fated

Antonyms – avoidable, distant

Ex: By the morning he had accepted the inevitable.

8.Bargaining (verb) (सौदेबाजी)– negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction

Synonyms – trading, exchange

Ex: He bargained with the local council to rent the stadium.

9.Acquisition (noun)(अर्जन)– an asset or object bought or obtained, typically by a library or museum

Synonyms – procurement, obtainment

Antonyms – dearth, surrender

Ex: The object of the Small Holdings Act 1892 was to facilitate theacquisition of small agricultural holdings.

10.Sophistication (noun)(मिलावट–the quality of being sophisticated

Synonyms – elegance, refinement

Antonyms – crudeness, simplicity

Ex: His style of combining grace and sophistication with bold colors was a popular contrast.

11.Exchequer (noun)(कोष)– a royal or national treasury

Synonyms – depository, vault

Ex: We must do something, said Alice, because the exchequer is empty.

12.Logistical (adjective)(साजो) – pertaining to logic

Synonyms – operational, startegic

Ex: Basic logistical questions could also be tricky.

13.Optimise (verb)(अनुकूलन)– make the best or most effective use of (a situation or resource)

Synonyms – develop, improve

Ex: Farmers don’t optimize per plant but per farm.

14.Scouting (noun)(देखभाल)– the action of gathering information about enemy forces or an area

Synonyms – examine, survey

Antonyms – neglect, ignore

Ex: He learned the elements of scouting and intelligence gathering

15.Procurements (noun)(खरीद)– the action of obtaining or procuring something

Synonyms – procuring, acquirement

Ex: Financial assistance for the procurement of legal advice.

16.Integrated (adjective)(को एकीकृत)– (of an institution, body, etc.) desegregated, especially racially

Synonyms – unified, combined

Ex: Time to integrate all the prior elements.

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