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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 28th April 2020

  1. virtual (adjective) – performing a task with the use of computer, especially over a network.
  2. 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.
  3. amidst (preposition) – amid, in the middle of; during.
  4. proceedings (noun) – legal action, legal proceedings.
  5. the new normal (phrase) – an earlier unusual situation that becomes a standard now.
  6. litigant (noun) – a person who is involved in a legal case; litigator, petitioner, complainant; opponent, disputant, respondent.
  7. emphasise (verb) – draw attention to, underscore, highlight.
  8. frame (verb) – formulate, draw up, form; contrive, arrange/manage.
  9. distinct (adjective) – different, separate, distinctive, dissimilar.
  10. congregation (noun) – gathering, assembly, a mass/group (of people).
  11. lay down (phrasal verb) – formulate, stipulate, set down.
  12. ratify (verb) – confirm, approve, sanction, endorse.
  13. vital (adjective) – key, essential, important.
  14. necessity (noun) – (essential) requirement, prerequisite.
  15. physical distancing (noun) – a term means actively avoiding crowded public places, is a key element in decreasing the rapid spread of COVID-19. This is an effort intended to limit exposure by reducing face-to-face contact and preventing spread among people in community settings.
  16. subject to (verb) – conditional on, contingent on, dependent on, depending on.
  17. of course (phrase) – certainly, definitely, absolutely.
  18. go on to (phrasal verb) – proceed, continue, carry on.
  19. stream (verb) – transmit or receive (data, especially video and audio material) over the internet.
  20. readily (adverb) – without difficulty, without delay, quickly, easily.
  21. bar (verb) – prevent, prohibit, inhibit, forbid/ban.
  22. theoretically (adverb) – conceptually, hypothetically, notionally, not practically.
  23. live stream (noun) – the broadcasting of an event (live video & audio) to an audience over the internet.
  24. step up (phrasal verb) – increase, strengthen, scale up.
  25. speed up (verb) – accelerate, expedite, work/happen more quickly.
  26. consent (noun) – agreement, assent, permission/approval.
  27. means (noun) – method, procedure, manner/way.
  28. advance (adjective) – early, previous, prior, beforehand.
  29. submission (noun) – application, proposal, presentation.
  30. put in place (phrase) – initiate, usher in, bring in.
  31. concise (adjective) – succinct, to the point, short/brief, incisive/clear.

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