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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.

*Vocabulary Words*

1.Threaten (verb) (धमकाना) – state one’s intention to take hostile action against (someone) in retribution for something done or not done

Synonyms – bluster, augur

Antonyms – approve, alleviate

Ex: Jonny didn’t threaten you, did he?

2.Irreconcilable (adjective)(कट्टर विरोधी)– (of ideas or statements) so different from each other that they cannot be made compatible

Synonyms – discordant, clashing

Antonyms – consonant, flexible

Ex: These two views of the economy are irreconcilable.

3.Oppurtunistic (adjective)(अवसरवादी)–exploiting immediate opportunities, especially regardless of planning or principle

Synonyms – cagey, strategic

Antonyms – rude, impolite

Ex: Islam had always been a militaristic, and opportunistic.

4.Ideologically (adjective)(वैचारिक)– relating to or concerned with ideas

Synonyms – cerebral, intellective

Antonyms – balanced, sane

Ex: Simply because, ideologically, I didn’t really think he could be.

5.Mandate (noun)(शासनादेश) – an official order or commission to do something

Synonyms – directive, bidding

Antonyms – denial, breach

Ex: With such a broad mandate, the company president has the ability to determine his own salary.

6.Alliance(noun) (संधि)–a union or association formed for mutual benefit, especially between countries or organizations

Synonyms – coalition, federation

Antonyms – hatred, division

Ex: We formed a neighborhood alliance to plan events in our community.

7.Grappled (verb)(गुत्थम गुत्था)– engage in a close fight or struggle without weapons; wrestle

Synonyms – contend, scuffle

Antonyms – liberate, surrender

Ex: She grappled with his question for a moment.

8.Sworn (adjective)(शपथ ली)–(of testimony or evidence) given under oath

Synonyms – bound, confirmed

Ex: I had sworn not to cry.

9.Plank (noun)(पटरा)– a long, thin, flat piece of timber, used especially in building and flooring

Synonyms – timber, support

Ex: Rough wooden planks.

10.Hefty (adjective) (भारी)– large and heavy

Synonyms – burly, beefy

Antonyms – trivial, slight

Ex: There’s a hefty reward out for her, too.

11.Unprecedented (adjective)(अभूतपूर्व)– never done or known before

Synonyms – aberrant, novel

Antonyms – regular, standard

Ex: The preparations were made on an unprecedented scale.

12.Transatlantic(adjective) (ट्रान्साटलांटिक)–crossing the Atlantic

Synonyms – foreign, across

Antonyms – at home

Ex: There Are Even A Few Entire Songs Of Transatlantic Origin.

13.Diplomacy (noun)(कूटनीति)– the profession, activity, or skill of managing international relations, typically by a country’s representatives abroad

Synonyms – negotiation, discretion

ntonyms – ignorance, rudeness

Ex: French became the language of diplomacy and international affairs.

14.Piqued (verb)(खफा) – arouse (interest or curiosity)

Synonyms – kindle, miff

Antonyms – aid, placate

Ex: Hearing that she once had a goat dairy might have piqued his interest, though.

15.Stumbling (verb)(ठोकर)– trip or momentarily lose one’s balance; almost fall

Synonyms – hesitate, blunder

Antonyms – fix, continue

Ex: He began to read, stumbling over the words after years without reading his native tongue.

16.Exploit (verb)(लाभ उठाना)– make full use of and derive benefit from (a resource)

Synonyms – adventure, attainment

Antonyms – idleness, passivity

Ex: I cannot exploit it, if I do not understand it.

17.Repatriated (verb)(प्रत्यावर्तित)–send (someone) back to their own country

Synonyms – reclaim, banish

Ex: The majority of them were repatriated by the French.

18.Deferral (noun)(स्थगन)– the act of deferring; postponement

Synonyms – deferment, extension

Ex: If the crop failed, payment was deferred and no interest could be charged for that year.

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