The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For IBPS RRB 2017

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The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For IBPS RRB PO 2017

Vocabulary अंग्रेजी का एक महत्वपूर्ण हिस्सा है जो आपको विभिन्न प्रकार के प्रश्नों के साथ-साथ विभिन्न परीक्षाओं के वर्णनात्मक पत्रों से निपटने में सहायता करता है.Daily Word List सूची से प्रतिदिन नए शब्द सीख सकते हैं.शब्दों को जानें और दी गई शब्द सूची के आधार पर अपने स्वयं के वाक्य बनाएं.यह से द हिन्दू के कुछ पंक्तियांहैं

Example/उदाहरण: He said Pakistan was inimical to the interests of India and at international forums it was known as a “rogue” state.

1. Inimical [ih-nim-i-kuh l or ih-nim-i-kuh-buh l]=शत्रुतापूर्ण
Adjective: adverse in tendency or effect; unfavorable; harmful; unfriendly; hostile.
Synonyms: adverse, destructive, harmful, hostile, injurious, opposed, unfavorable, unfriendly, antipathetic, disaffected, hurtful, ill, ill-disposed, inimicable, noxious, oppugnant, pernicious, repugnant.
Antonyms: aiding, assisting, favorable, friendly.

2. Rogue [rohg]=दुष्ट
Noun: a dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel; a playfully mischievous person; scamp; a tramp or vagabond; a rogue elephant or other animal of similar disposition.
Verb: to live or act as a rogue.
Synonyms: con artist, crook, rascal, swindler, villain, blackguard, charlatan, cheat, cheater, criminal, defrauder, devil, fraud, heel, hooligan, lowlife, mischief.

Example/उदाहरण: Their children study in the best schools and they have bought palatial properties.

3. Palatial [puh-ley-shuh l]=आलीशान
Adjective: of, relating to, or resembling a palace; befitting or suitable for a palace; stately; magnificent.
Synonyms: deluxe, imposing, luxurious, magnificent, plush, spacious, stately, sumptuous, grandiose, illustrious, impressive, lush, luxuriant, majestic, monumental, noble, regal, rich, silken.
Antonyms: common, poor, unimpressive, cramped.

Example/उदाहरण: Vacancies under NRI/management quota go abegging in Karnataka.

4. Abegging [uh-beg-ing]=अगोचर
Adverb, adjective: begging.
Idiom, go abegging: to be unnoticed, unused, or unappreciated; find few supporters.

Example/उदाहरण: With Thursday being the last day to complete admissions in accordance with the deadline set by the MCI, these coveted seats, for which candidates would shell out anywhere between ₹22 lakh to ₹41.98 lakh per year, are now being sold at a hefty 40% discount.

5. Covet [kuhv-it]=लोभ
Verb: to desire wrongfully, inordinately, or without due regard for the rights of others; to wish for, especially eagerly.
Synonyms: crave, envy, lust after, begrudge, choose, fancy, want, aspire to, desiderate, hanker for, have eye on, have hots for, itch for, long for, spoil for, thirst for.
Antonyms: dislike, hate, abjure, be generous.

6. Hefty [hef-tee]=बलवान
Adjective: heavy; weighty; big and strong; powerful; muscular; impressively large or substantial.
Synonyms: colossal, fat, heavy, large, massive, robust, sizable, substantial, tremendous, weighty, ample, awkward, beefy, brawny, burly, cumbersome, extensive.
Antonyms: easy, impoverished, inconsequential, insignificant.

Example/उदाहरण: The group of emerging economies had been bolstered by the formation of the BRIC group (Brazil, Russia, India and China, South Africa joined in 2010) with a declared objective of battling “Western hegemony”.

7. Bolster [bohl-ster]=सिलेंडर
Noun: a long, often cylindrical, cushion or pillow for a bed, sofa, etc.; anything resembling this in form or in use as a support; any pillow, cushion, or pad.
Synonyms: aid, boost, buoy, buttress, cushion, help, maintain, reinforce, shore up, strengthen, support, sustain, assist, brace, bulwark.
Antonyms: block, decrease, discourage, halt.

8. Hegemony [hi-jem-uh-nee, hej-uh-moh-nee]=नायकत्व
Noun: leadership or predominant influence exercised by one nation over others, as in a confederation; leadership; predominance; (especially among smaller nations) aggression or expansionism by large nations in an effort to achieve world domination.
Synonyms: authority, command, leadership, power, predominance.

Example/उदाहरण: The scene, as described by Shyam Saran (then India’s chief climate negotiator) in a new book on Indian foreign policy, turned dramatic: with a knock on the conference room door, the U.S. team, led by then President Barack Obama and then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, barged into the meeting.

9. Barge [bahrj]=नाव
Noun: a capacious, flat-bottomed vessel, usually intended to be pushed or towed, for transporting freight or passengers; lighter; a vessel of state used in pageants; a boat reserved for a flag officer.
Verb: to move clumsily; bump into things; collide.
Synonyms: barge, blow, break, crack, detonate, disintegrate, erupt, explode, pop, rupture, rush, shatter, discharge, fracture, fragment, perforate.
Antonyms: agree, fix, join, mend.

Example/उदाहरण: How much electricity is needed by India? To answer this, one approach is to follow a top-down econometric model whereby one examines growth in the economy, looks at the relationship between economic growth and energy requirements, and incorporates influence of technological and policy changes exogenously.

10. Exogenous [ek-soj-uh-nuh s]=बाह्य रूप से व्युत्पन्न
Adjective: originating from outside; derived externally.


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