The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 27 June 2022

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 27 June 2022

Difficult Word/ Phrase Contextual Sense
Even-handed fair and impartial in treatment or judgement
Dissonance A conflict of people’s opinions, actions or characters
Underscore emphasizing the importance of something
Contentious Inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits
Breakthrough A productive insight
Proclaim State or announce
Bruising Brutally forceful and compelling
Readout The information displayed or recorded on an electronic device
Play with fire take foolish risks
Fragile Easily damaged

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The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 26 June 2022 is from the Editorial titled ‘Brick by brick: On the 14th BRICS Summit’.

Word/Phrase Part of Speech/Idiom Meaning Synonyms Antonyms Example
Reveal Verb Make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others.

(प्रकट करना)

Divulge, Disclose, Tell, Let out, Release, Unveil, Unfold Conceal, Deny, Disavow, Hide, Refuse, Reject, Keep He revealed my secret recipe to his mother.
Disparate Adjective Markedly distinct in quality or character

(विषम)

Contrasting, Discordant, Dissimilar, Distinct, Diverse, Discrepant Agreeing, Alike, Same, Similar, Equal India is a culturally disparate country.
Albeit Conjunction Though.

(यद्यपि)

Although, Though, While, However, Yet  – My fractured was recovering, albeit rather slowly.
Modest Adjective Unassuming or moderate in the estimation of one’s abilities or achievements.

(मामूली)

Self-effacing, Humble, Unpretentious, Unassuming, Diffident, Timid, Prudent Brave, Complex, Complicated, Intricate, Arrogant The growth in manufacturing was relatively modest.
Convergence Noun The process or state of converging

(अभिसरण)

Concurrence, Meeting, Confluence, Merging There is no convergence in the interests of the two parties.
Undeniable Adjective Plainly True

(निर्विवाद)

Incontestable, Certain, Definite, Evident, Indisputable, Refutable, Obvious, Unquestionable Disputable, Doubtful, Dubious, Indefinite, Obscure, Questionable It is undeniable that God is omnipresent.
Amid Preposition In the middle of

(बीच में)

Through, Mid, Among, Amongst Away from, Outside, Beyond, Far from Amid the protests, police started lathi charge on the students.
Deride Verb To laugh at or insult contemptuously

(उपहास करना)

Jeer, Ridicule, Scout, Shoot down, Mock He derided my idea of starting a new business.
Premise Noun Preliminary statements in a document upon which later ones are predicated. (आधारित) Hypothesis, Assumption, Basis, Ground Rejection, Denial, Reality The lawyer first mentioned the premise of the case before presenting evidence.
Inclusive Adjective Including or covering all the services, facilities, or items normally expected or required.

(समावेशी)

Broad, Comprehensive, All together, Full Exclusive, Incomprehensive, Narrow The price of a handbag is inclusive of the price of a wallet.
Laudable Adjective Deserving praise and commendation.

(प्रशंसनीय)

Praiseworthy, Commendable, Admirable, Meritorious, Worthy, Deserving Blameworthy, Shameful, Culpable, Indefensible, Guilty, Criminal Your act of bravery to protect the child from falling off the roof is laudable.
Tangible Adjective That can be clearly seen to exist

(स्‍पष्‍ट और वास्‍तविक)

Palpable, Touchable, Actual, Corporeal Abstract, Conceptual, Intangible, Unreal The tangible assets can be sold after sometime.
Despite Preposition In spite of

(इसके बावजूद)

Regardless of, Although, Even though, Notwithstanding He participated in the dance competition despite his father’s denial.
Noun The feeling of despising someone or insulting.

(विरोध)

Contempt, Contemptuousness, Disdain, Misprision Respect, Regard, Favour, Estimation I was feeling despite at the high class party.
Constrain Verb Compel or force (someone) to follow a particular course of action. (नियंत्रित करना) Compel, Force, Oblige, Urge, Curb, Constrict Aid, Allow, Encourage, Free, Release Children were constrained to participate in the Olympiads.
Acknowledge Verb Accept or admit the existence or truth of

Recognize the fact or importance or quality of.

(स्वीकार करना)

Admit, Accept, Grant, Confess, Appreciate Decline, Deny, Disagree, Disapprove He acknowledged my pain by seeing my eyes.
Condemn Verb Blame

(निंदा करना)

Castigate, Censure, Chide, Criticise Approve, Laud, Endorse, Praise He condemned my efforts to become an actress.
Sanction Noun Authoritative permission for action.

A formal decree

(प्रतिबंध)

Allowance, Clearance, Consent, Warrant Interdiction, Prohibition, Proscription The government has decided to impose sanctions on the neighbouring country.
Verb To approve.

(आज्ञा देना)

Accredit, Approve, Clear, Warrant Decline, Deny, Negative, Turn The bank sanctioned me an educational loan of Rs.5 lakh.
Affirm Verb State emphatically or publicly.

(दृढ़ता के साथ कहना)

Declare, State, Assert, Proclaim, Certify, Asseverate Hide, Conceal, Deny, Refuse, Refute BRICS nations affirmed their policy of prosperous growth.
Commitment Noun Assurance

(प्रतिबद्धता)

Engagement, Obligation, Guarantee, Need, Pledge Break, Breach, Irresponsibility, Denial The manager doubted the commitment of his subordinates.
Sovereignty Verb Freedom from external control.

The quality of a state having supreme authority.

(प्रभुता/ प्रभुत्व)

Dominance, Jurisdiction, Supremacy, Ascendancy Submission, Dependence, Subjection, Unfreedom Many countries enjoyed sovereignty after the British rule ended.
Reorient Verb change the focus or direction of.

(नई दिशा)

Fix, Overhaul, Modernize, Reassemble, Rebuild, Renovate Break, Destroy, Corrupt, Damage, Hurt The government has started reorienting its economic policy towards sustainable growth.

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