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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 3 June 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 3 June 2020.

  1. monumental (adjective) –
    terrible, dreadful, awful; commemorative, memorial, celebratory.
  2. hurry (noun) – 
    haste, bustle, hustle, urgency; Importance, top priority, necessity, seriousness.
  3. in haste (phrase) –
    quickly, with urgency, in a rush, in a hurry.
  4. possess (verb) – 
    obsess, dominate, preoccupy, consume, take over.
  5. stretch (noun) – 
    distance, length.
  6. devastating (adjective) –
    destructive, disastrous, catastrophic; distressing, severe, terrible.
  7. pandemic (noun) –
    the worldwide spread of a new disease;
  8. distraction (noun) – 
    disturbance, intrusion, interference, obstruction, hindrance.
  9. in fact (phrase) –
    actually, indeed, undeniably.
  10. amid (preposition) – 
    in the middle of, surrounded by; during.
  11. chaotic (adjective) –
    confused, disrupted, messy/disorganized.
  12. plea (noun) –
    appeal, request, call.
  13. pause (verb) – 
    stop, cease, halt, discontinue.
  14. deliberation (noun) –
    consideration, consultation, discussion.
  15. heritage (noun modifier) –
    classic, ageless, timeless, enduring.
  16. come up (phrasal verb) –
    transpire, emerge, happen, occur (in the course of time).
  17. delimitation (noun) –
    an act of fixing boundary or limits.
  18. utility (noun) – 
    use, usefulness, advantage, benefit.
  19. defendable (adjective) –
    defensible, arguable, justifiable, tenable.
  20. evidently (adverb) – 
    obviously, clearly, apparently, seemingly.
  21. eager (adjective) –
    committed, keen; impatient, longing.
  22. recondition (verb) – 
    rebuild, renovate, restore, reconstruct, renew.
  23. landscape (noun) – 
    the distinctive features of an area of land; terrain, environment.
  24. monumental (adjective) – 
    huge, great, remarkable, ambitious.
  25. legacy (noun) –
    something received from a predecessor or from the past.
  26. environmentalist (noun) – 
    conservationist, preservationist, eco-activist.
  27. architect (noun) –
    originator, creator, founder.
  28. bring in (phrasal verb) – 
    cause, bring about, give rise to, create, produce.
  29. far from (phrase) – 
    used to describe the opposite/different of something.
  30. 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.
  31. allegation (noun) – 
    contention, argument; charge, accusation.
  32. lack of (noun) – 
    absence, deficiency, unavailability, fall short of.
  33. transparency (noun) –
    clarity, straightforwardness, clearness.
  34. activist (noun) –
    a person who supports a political or societal change/cause.
  35. ascertain (verb) – 
    find out, decide/verify, come to know.
  36. circumspect (adjective) – 
    heedful, vigilant; careful, cautious.
  37. grand (adjective) – 
    monumental, magnificent, glorious, impressive.
  38. from the very beginning (phrase) –
    from day one.
  39. defer (verb) –
    put off, postpone, delay; shelve, suspend.

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