The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For IBPS RRB 2017

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

Example/उदाहरण: India will expand aid to strife-hit nation, Nirmala Sitharaman says after meeting U.S. Defence Secretary.

1. Strife [strahyf] =संघर्ष
  • Noun: vigorous or bitter conflict, discord, or antagonism; a quarrel, struggle, or clash; competition or rivalry.
  • Synonyms: animosity, bickering, clash, conflict, controversy, disagreement, discord, dispute, dissension, disunity, fighting, friction, quarrel, rivalry, squabble, warfare, wrangle, wrangling, affray.
  • Antonyms: accord, agreement, concurrence, harmony.

Example/उदाहरण: Kabul has repeatedly sought lethal weapons and ammunition from India.

2. Lethal [lee-thuh l] =घातक

  • Adjective: of, relating to, or causing death; deadly; fatal; made or carried out to cause death; causing great harm or destruction.

Example/उदाहरण: As global leaders, India and the U.S. resolve to work together to eradicate this scourge,” Mr. Mattis said. 

3. Scourge [skurj] =दंड

  • Noun: a whip or lash, especially for the infliction of punishment or torture; a person or thing that applies or administers punishment or severe criticism; a cause of affliction or calamity.
  • Verb: to whip with a scourge; lash; to punish, chastise, or criticize severely.
  • Synonyms: curse, pest, terror, affliction, bane, correction, infliction, misfortune, penalty, pestilence, punishment, visitation.
  • Antonyms: reward, advantage, benefit, blessing.

Example/उदाहरण: “There the common sense of most shall hold a fretful realm in awe, and the kindly earth shall slumber, lapped in universal law,” Tennyson wrote in his work, ‘Locksley Hall’, spelling out his vision for a world where the “war-drum throbb’d no longer, and the battle flags were furled.”

4. Fretful [fret-fuh l] =चिड़चिड़ा

  • Adjective: disposed or quick to fret; irritable or peevish.
  • Synonyms: captious, carping, caviling, complaining, contrary, crabby, cranky, critical, cross, crotchety, edgy, faultfinding, fractious, huffy, mean, ornery, out of sorts, peevish, perverse, petulant, querulous, short-tempered, snappish, splenetic, testy.
  • Antonyms: calm, cheered, easy-going, happy.

5. Realm [relm] =प्रदेश

  • Noun: a royal domain; kingdom; the region, sphere, or domain within which anything occurs, prevails, or dominates; the special province or field of something or someone.
  • Synonyms: dimension, domain, field, sphere, territory, world, branch, compass, country, department, dominion, empire, expanse, extent, ground, kingdom, land, monarchy, neighborhood.
  • Antonym: sky.

Example/उदाहरण: Of paramount interest?

6. Paramount [par-uh-mount] =ऊंचे दर्जे का

  • Adjective: chief in importance or impact; supreme; preeminent; above others in rank or authority; superior in power or jurisdiction.
  • Noun: a supreme ruler; overlord.
  • Synonyms: outstanding, predominant, preeminent, ascendant, capital, cardinal, chief, commanding, controlling, crowning, dominant, eminent, first, foremost, headmost.
  • Antonyms: inferior, unimportant, last, least.

Example/उदाहरण: “We are a world in pieces, we need to be a world at peace,” he said, listing the world’s seven biggest threats: nuclear peril, terrorism, unresolved conflicts and violations of international humanitarian law, climate change, growing inequality, cyber warfare and misuse of artificial intelligence, and human mobility, or refugees.

7. Peril [per-uh l] =जोखिम

  • Noun: exposure to injury, loss, or destruction; grave risk; jeopardy; danger; something that causes or may cause injury, loss, or destruction.
  • Verb: to expose to danger; imperil; risk.
  • Synonyms: hazard, insecurity, jeopardy, menace, pitfall, uncertainty, vulnerability, endangerment, exposure, liability, openness, cause for alarm, double trouble, risky business.
  • Antonyms: certainty, protection, safety, safeness.

Example/उदाहरण: Even the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, against which the U.S. and Russia united to pass a slew of economic, political and travel sanctions in the 1990s, didn’t change course on its support to al-Qaeda or its brutal treatment of women and minorities.

8. Slay [sley] =टूटना

  • Verb: to kill by violence; to destroy; extinguish.
  • Synonyms: assassinate, butcher, destroy, dispatch, execute, exterminate, massacre, murder, slaughter, annihilate, do, down, eliminate, erase, finish, hit, liquidate, neutralize, snuff, waste, cut off, do away with.
  • Antonyms: bear, create, give birth, build.

Example/उदाहरण: The truth is that sanctions do not work on rogue states; they only help isolate their populations from the world, which in turn tightens the regime’s stranglehold on its people, and strengthens its resolve to disregard the UN.

9. 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; to cheat; to uproot or destroy (plants, etc., that do not conform to a desired standard); to perform this operation upon.
  • Synonyms: con artist, crook, rascal, swindler, villain, blackguard, charlatan, cheat, cheater, criminal, defrauder, devil, fraud, heel, hooligan, lowlife, mischief.

10. Stranglehold [strang-guh l-hohld] =शिकंजा

  • Noun: an illegal hold by which an opponent's breath is choked off; a restraining hold in which one person uses an arm to encircle the neck of another; a chokehold; any force or influence that restricts the free actions or development of a person or thing; a stifling grip.
  • Synonyms: grip, monopoly, restrict, suppress.


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