Magical Vocabulary Words From Editorial – Set-11

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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 –Magical Vocabulary 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 vocabulary words skills and to have a good command on English language section. Hope this will help you with your preparation.



*Editorial Vocabulary Words*

 

1.Quandary (noun) (आशंका)– a state of perplexity or uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation

Synonyms – plight, dilemma

Antonyms – advantage, anticipate

Ex: Hopefully my doctor can clear up my medical quandary about which brand of vitamins to take.

2.Relinquish (verb)(त्यागना)– voluntarily cease to keep or claim, give up

Synonyms – renounce, give away

Antonyms – maintain, occupy

Ex: You should relinquish a bad habit.

3.Elite (noun)(अभिजात वर्ग– a select group that is superior in terms of ability or qualities to the rest of a group or society

Synonyms – nonpareil, establishment

Antonyms – ordinary, rabble

Ex: “I think the elite class will never understand that,” Lana said honestly.

4.Provocation (noun)(उत्तेजना)– action or speech that makes someone angry, especially deliberately

Synonyms – prodding, stimulus

Antonyms – arbitration, repression

Ex: He would not need much provocation.

5.Caveat (noun)(चेतावनी) – a warning or proviso of specific stipulations, conditions, or limitations

Synonyms – warning, monition

Antonyms – betrayal, confirm

Ex: There are a number of caveats which concern the validity of the assessment results.

6.Retrospective (adjective)(पूर्वप्रभावी)– looking back on or dealing with past events or situations

Synonyms – backdated, retroactive

Antonyms – nostalgic, reminiscent

Ex: Our survey was retrospective.

7.Piquant (adjective)(चटपटा)– having a pleasantly sharp taste or appetizing flavour

Synonyms – spicy, peppery

Antonyms – bland, insipid

Ex: Every recipe in the chef’s cookbook promises a piquant dish fit for a king.

8.Shrunk (verb)(सिकुड़)– become or make smaller in size or amount

Synonyms – narrow, condense

Antonyms – expanded, congenital

Ex: Everything seemed to have shrunk.

9.Collapsed (verb) (ढह)– (of a structure) suddenly fall down or give way

Synonyms – crumple, subside

Antonyms – accomplish, inflate

Ex: The roof collapsed on top of me.

10.Strife (noun)(कलह)– angry or bitter disagreement over fundamental issues; conflict

Synonyms – quarrel, rivalry

Antonyms – harmony, victory

Ex: There is always strife and trouble.

11.Spiralled (verb)(सर्पिल गति से जाना– move in a spiral course

Synonyms – coiled, frizzy

Antonyms – straight

Ex: Everything had spiralled completely out.

12.Regime (noun)(शासन)– a government, especially an authoritarian one

Synonyms – tenure, management

Ex: Detention centres with a very tough physical regime.

13.Contradictory (adjective)(असंगत) – mutually opposed or inconsistent

Synonyms – reverse, ornery

Antonyms – similar, reconciled

Ex: The presence of contradictory information in.

14.Allegations (noun)(आरोप)– a claim or assertion that someone has done something illegal or wrong, typically one made without proof

Synonyms – accusation, claim

Antonyms – denial, exculpation

Ex: He made allegations of corruption against the administration.

15.Bombardment (noun)(बमबारी)– a continuous attack with bombs, shells, or other missiles

Synonyms – assault, shelling

Antonyms – defense

Ex: Then without warning the bombardment ceased.

16.Impediments (noun)(बाधें)– a hindrance or obstruction in doing something

Synonyms – hitch, barricade

Antonyms – perfection, support

Ex: All have physical impediments that need to be avoided.

17.Massacre (noun)(नरसंहार)– an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of many people

Synonyms – carnage, decimation

Ex: They caught the terrorist who was responsible for the massacreand placed him under arrest.

18.Siege (noun)(घेराबंदी)– a military operation in which enemy forces surround a town or building, cutting off essential supplies, with the aim of compelling those inside to surrender

Synonyms – annoy, pester

Antonyms – assist, storm

Ex: During the siege of the village, the villagers were forced to give up their property.

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