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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 26 May 2020

Almost every competitive exams has English section, that tests the skill of candidates in English language. Therefore candidates have to perform in this section with their best. So it is most important for the students to improve their writing ans well as verbal skills. An important part of this process is working on your English vocabulary.

For improvement of vocabulary we are providing here most important The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 26 May 2020.

  1. resumption (noun) –
    restarting, recommencement, relaunch/restoration.
  2. consensus (noun) – 
    an idea or opinion that is shared by all the people in a group; agreement, concurrence.
  3. truncated (adjective) –
    shorten, cut short, reduced, decreased.
  4. resume (verb) –
    restart, recommence, begin/start again.
  5. freeze (verb) –
    stop, halt, cease, terminate.
  6. notably (adverb) – 
    especially, particularly.
  7. apprehension (noun) –
    concern, worry, uneasiness.
  8. premature (adjective) –
    untimely, early, too soon/too early; ill-timed, hasty.
  9. unrelenting (adjective) – 
    continuous, persistent, unceasing/unabating, unstoppable.
  10. quarantine (noun) –
    a process of separating out people, animals and things.
  11. legitimate (adjective) –
    valid, reasonable, reliable.
  12. back to the drawing board (phrase) – 
    used to indicate a new idea/plan has to be formed as the old one is not working well.
  13. aggregation (noun) –
    “coming together” to form a group/cluster; the joining of multiple things together.
  14. multiply (verb) – 
    increase (more and more rapidly).
  15. misstep (noun) – 
    mistake, blunder, false step.
  16. panic buying (noun) –
    the buying of essential commodities (products such as rice, wheat, vegetables/fruits, hand sanitizers & etc,.) in large quantities due to rumours causing forthcoming shortages.
  17. trajectory (noun) – 
    direction, route, path/way.
  18. aggravate (verb) –
    worsen, compound, exacerbate, increase, intensify.
  19. bungled (adjective) –
    mishandled, mismanaged, messed up/screwed up.
  20. expose (verb) – 
    make vulnerable, make subject, lay open.
  21. community transmission (noun) – 
    community spread.
  22. code of practice (noun) –
    a set of guidelines adopted on by a group (to do a particular work).
  23. lockdown (noun) –
    an emergency protocol implemented by the authorities that prevents people from leaving from a place; An extended state of confinement/encirclement/isolation of a person by the authority.
  24. snowball (verb) – 
    increase, rise, escalate rapidly.
  25. picture (noun) –
    situation, condition, circumstances.
  26. design (verb) – 
    originate, create, plan, formulate, think up.
  27. moreover (adverb) – 
    besides, furthermore, in addition.
  28. pandemic (noun) –
    the worldwide spread of a new disease; The illness spreads around the world and typically affects a large number of people across a wide area.
  29. wane (verb) – 
    decrease, decline, diminish/dwindle.
  30. market economy (noun) – 
    a type of economic system where supply and demand regulate the economy, rather than government intervention.
  31. emphasis (noun) – 
    importance, insistence, priority.
  32. precede (verb) –
    come/go before, pave the way for, lead to.
  33. containment (noun) – 
    an act of keeping something (harmful) under control (it means quickly identifying cases of coronavirus through testing, placing infected individuals in isolation, tracking who infected persons might have been in contact with and potentially quarantining those who came into contact with infection so that the disease doesn’t continue to spread).
  34. protocol (noun) –
    procedure, rules of conduct.

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