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July 07, 2017

English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 1st July 2017

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Hai Friends I'm Kani. Here I'm sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu News Paper dated 1st July 2017. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on the titles to read the Editorials

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Midnight makeover: adoption of GST"
  • Makeover - a set of changes intended to make a person or thing look much better
  • Road map - a plan or set of instructions that makes it easier for someone to do something
  • Regime - a system of rules that control something
  • Landmark - a major event or achievement that marks an important stage in a process and makes progress possible
  • Reform - a change that is intended to make a system work more effectively
  • Subsume - to include something in a larger group
  • Cess - a tax
  • Unify - to bring together; combine
  • Thereby - as a result of this action
  • Compliance - the practice of obeying a law, rule
  • Investor - a person who puts money into something in order to make a profit or get an advantage
  • Mop up - to finish dealing with something
  • Exchequer - the government department responsible for a country’s financial matters
  • Incentive - something that makes you want to do something
  • Lobbying - the activity of trying to persuade someone in authority, to support laws or rules that give your organization or industry an advantage
  • Preparedness - the state of being ready for something
  • Optimal - best; most likely to bring success or advantage
  • Bureaucracy - a complicated and annoying system of rules and processes
  • Deferred - to arrange for something to happen at a later time than you had planned
  • Deduct - to take away an amount or part from a total
  • Transaction - the action or process of buying or selling something
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Intermediary - someone who carries messages between people who are unwilling or unable to meet
  • Mandate - an official order to do something
  • Transition - the process of changing from one situation, form, or state to another
  • Compliance - the practice of obeying a law, rule, or request
  • Vital - very important, necessary, or essential
  • Dispute - a serious disagreement, especially one between groups of people that lasts for a long time
  • Exclusion - something that is deliberately not included
  • Consumer - someone who buys and uses goods and services
  • Incidence - the number of times something happens, especially something bad
  • Stringent - stringent rules or conditions are strict and make you achieve high standards
  • Profiteering - to make large profits by charging high prices for things that people need and cannot get anywhere else
  • Clause - a part of a legal document or law that officially states that something must be done
  • Interpret - to explain the meaning of something
  • Transitory - temporary
  • Informal - relaxed and friendly
  • Demonetisation - to officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency
  • Buoyancy - the ability to be successful again after a difficult period
  • Strive to do something - to make a lot of effort to achieve something
  • Rationalise - to make an organization more effective
  • Hiccup - a small problem or a problem that causes a short delay
  • Perhaps - used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true
  • Inevitable - impossible to avoid or prevent
  • Consensus - agreement among all the people involved
  • Boycott - to not take part in an event, or to not buy or use something as a protest
  • Remark - a few words that give the facts or your opinion about someone or something
  • Vigilantism - law enforcement undertaken without legal authority by a self-appointed group of people
  • Pointless - lacking any purpose or use
  • Earnestness - sincere / seriousness
  • Efficacy - effectiveness in producing the result that you intended
  • Groundswell - a sudden increase in people’s feelings about something
  • Revulsion - an extreme feeling of disliking someone or something that is so unpleasant
  • Murderous - likely to kill someone, or intending to kill someone
  • Protest - a strong complaint or disagreement
  • Viral - very popular and spreading very quickly
  • Elsewhere - in or to another place or other places
  • Mobilisation - to organize or prepare something, such as a group of people, for a purpose
  • Campaign - a series of actions intended to produce political or social change
  • Lynching - if a crowd of people lynch someone who they believe is guilty of a crime, they kill them without a legal trial
  • Morphed -  to change from one thing into another by small and interconnected steps
  • Apathy - a feeling of having no interest in or enthusiasm about anything, or of not being willing to make any effort to change things
  • Phenomenon - an event or situation that can be seen to happen or exist
  • Scepticism - doubts that someone has about something that other people think is true or right
  • Wreaked violence - to punish someone for something bad that they have done
  • Compound - to make a problem or difficult situation worse
  • Mischievous - a mischievous action or statement is one that is intended to cause trouble or disagreement
  • Flawed - spoiled by something
  • Muscular - very strong
  • Tangible - important and noticeable
  • Contradiction - a difference in two or more statements
  • Square up - assume the attitude of a person about to fight.
  • Grapple - to fight with someone
  • Aggressive - behaving in an angry or rude way that shows you want to fight, attack, or argue with someone
  • Sympathiser - someone who approves of and supports someone or something
  • Unaccompanied - not having anyone with you
  • Corroborative - to add proof to an account, statement, idea, etc. with new information
  • Perpetuate - to make something such as a situation or process continue, especially one that is wrong, unfair, or dangerous
  • Distasteful - unpleasant in a way that upsets or offends you
  • Rival - a person, team, or business that competes with another
  • Crack down - to start dealing with someone or something much more strictly
  • Indulge - to allow yourself to have or do something that you enjoy
  • Constitute - if something constitutes something else, it is considered to be that thing
  • Reprimand - to tell someone officially and in a serious way that something they have done is wrong
  • Uphold - if a court of law upholds something such as a claim, it says that it is correct
  • Decisively - in a manner that settles an issue convincingly or produces a definite result
  • Deter - to make someone decide not to do something
  • Worth your salt - respected by other people because you do your job well
  • Condemnation - a public statement in which someone criticizes someone or something severely


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