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The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 4 June 2020

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 4 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 4 June 2020.

  1. dismiss (verb) –
    disapprove, reject/refuse, say no to, rule out.
  2. configuration (noun) –
    arrangement, composition, disposition, ordering/positioning/formatting (of different parts/elements).
  3. outdated (adjective) – 
    out of date, old-fashioned, outmoded, obsolete.
  4. summit (noun) –
    meeting, conference.
  5. commend (verb) –
    praise, applaud, admire, congratulate.
  6. far-sighted (adjective) –
    forward-looking, visionary, proactive, fore-thoughtful.
  7. keep up with (phrasal verb) – 
    match, equal, compete/vie with.
  8. annexation (noun) – 
    seizure, occupation, takeover, appropriation (of territory).
  9. conspicuous/notable by one’s absence (phrase) –
    to emphasize the fact that an important person is missing from a place/situation (where you think he/she should be present).
  10. outreach (noun) – 
    the level of reaching out/activity/effort; involvement.
  11. play a part/role (phrase) –
    contribute to, be instrumental in, be a factor in.
  12. leave off (phrasal verb) –
    omit, exclude, to not include (on a list).
  13. ally (noun) – 
    associate, confederate, partner, supporter.
  14. predictably (adverb) –
    as expected, as anticipated.
  15. lash out (phrasal verb) – 
    criticize, attack, censure verbally.
  16. doom (verb) –
    destine, fate; ill-fated, hapless, unlucky.
  17. recognise (verb) –
    officially consider someone/something (an organisation) as valid.
  18. voice (noun) –
    the right to express one’s opinion/view.
  19. weigh (verb) – 
    consider, contemplate, think about, reflect on.
  20. invitee (noun) –
    guest, visitor.
  21. derail (verb) –
    obstruct, interrupt, impede/thwart.
  22. concrete (adjective) – 
    definite, specific, definitive; factual, actual/real.
  23. premature (adjective) –
    untimely, early, too soon/too early; ill-timed, hasty.
  24. given (preposition) –
    considering, taking into account, bearing in mind.
  25. objective (noun) –
    aim, intention, purpose.
  26. fuel (verb) –
    stimulate, encourage, intensify (an emotion).
  27. Cold War (noun) –
    a state of conflict between nations that does not involve direct military action but is pursued primarily through economic and political actions, propaganda, acts of espionage (spying) or proxy wars (war through a representative/agent).
  28. evaluation (noun) – 
    assessment, analysis, appraisal.
  29. multilateral (adjective) – 
    involving many different countries.
  30. thus far (phrase) – 
    until now.
  31. difference (noun) –
    disagreement, difference of opinion, misunderstanding.
  32. climate change (noun) – 
    a long-term change in the Earth’s climate, or of a region on Earth (Courtesy: NASA).
  33. communique (noun) –
     official communication, press release, bulletin.

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