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September 06, 2017

English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 6th September 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 6th September 2017. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on the titles to read the Editorials 

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Back on track: on India and China's united front at BRICS"
  • Back on track - working or happening normally again
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Bilateral - involving two groups or countries
  • Sustainable - capable of continuing for a long time at the same level
  • Pursuing - to try to achieve something
  • Spirit - your mood, or your attitude
  • Revival - the process of becoming more active or popular again
  • Bitterness - a feeling of anger and unhappiness
  • Tenor - the feeling, mood, or main message that you get from a book, person, situation etc
  • Remarkable - unusual in a way that surprises or impresses you
  • Stand-off - a disagreement or fight in which neither opponent can do anything to win or achieve their aim
  • Resolve - to solve a problem, or to find a satisfactory way of dealing with a disagreement
  • Recur - to happen again
  • Significant - very important
  • Protectionism - a system in which a country helps its own industries by putting taxes on foreign goods
  • Espouse - to give your support to an idea, principle, or belief
  • Multilateral - involving three or more groups, especially the governments of three or more countries
  • Consonance - agreement
  • Condemn -  to say publicly that you think someone or something is bad or wrong
  • Unequivocally - in a way that leaves no doubt.
  • Advocating - to publicly support a particular policy or way of doing things
  • Dialogue - a process in which two people or groups have discussions in order to solve problems
  • Emanate - to come from a particular place
  • Delegation - a group of people who represent a country, government, or organization
  • Belie - to make someone or something appear to be different from how they really are
  • Determination - the refusal to let anything prevent you from doing what you have decided to do
  • Hush - used for trying to calm someone who is upset / to make someone quiet
  • Triumphalism - an unpleasant show of pleasure and satisfaction because you have won or done better than someone
  • Outcome - the final result of a process, meeting, activity etc
  • Threatening - showing or saying that someone is likely to do something that will harm you
  • Stability - a situation in which things happen as they should and there are no harmful changes
  • Contentious - causing disagreement between people or groups
  • Initiative - an important action that is intended to solve a problem
  • Summit - a meeting or series of meetings between leaders of two or more countries
  • Heed - to consider someone’s advice or warning and do what they suggest
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Doubly - by a much greater amount, or to a much greater degree than usual
  • Sustained - continuing at the same level or rate for a long time
  • Discord - disagreement between people
  • Convene - to arrange a formal meeting, or to gather for a meeting
  • Agenda - a list of things that people will discuss at a meeting
  • Designate - to give someone or something a particular name, title, or description
  • Imperative - extremely important and urgent
  • Atmospherics - unusual conditions in the atmosphere
  • Optimise - to make something such as a method or process as good or as effective as possible
  • Breaking the bank - to win more at gambling than the casino can pay you
  • Bid - to offer a particular amount of money for something, for example at an auction (=an event where things are sold to the person who offers the most money)
  • Telecast - a programme broadcast on television
  • Mega - very big
  • High point - the best, most exciting, or most important part of something
  • Staple - a regular and important part or feature of something
  • Dished out - to give things to a number of people
  • Gargantuan - extremely big
  • Nail-biting - a nail-biting situation makes you very excited or worried
  • Massive - very large or heavy
  • Franchise - a formal agreement for someone to sell a company’s products or service
  • Respective - belonging separately to each of two or more people or things previously mentioned
  • Despite - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it
  • Squeak - to speak in a high voice, especially because you are upset or excited
  • Spot-fixing - in sport, making sure that a specific event happens during a game so that people who know this can win money by betting on it
  • Scandal - a situation in which important people behave in a dishonest or immoral way that shocks people
  • Succinctly - in a brief and clearly expressed manner
  • Quadruple - if a number or an amount quadruples, it becomes four times bigger than it was
  • Perhaps - used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true
  • Fillip - something that improves a situation or that encourages someone
  • Dwarf - to make something seem small or unimportant
  • Traction -  the degree to which a new idea, product etc is accepted
  • Lodestone - a type of iron that attracts other iron or steel
  • Corporate - a company, especially a large one
  • Reiterate - to repeat something in order to emphasize it or make it very clear to people
  • Staggering - extremely surprising
  • Enormous - very large in size or quantity
  • Bolster - to make something stronger or more effective
  • Reinforce - to make an idea, belief, or feeling stronger
  • Uncontested - if something is uncontested, no one opposes it or disagrees with it
  • Versus - used for stating that two things are being compared in order to show that they are different or that one is better than the other
  • The acme of something - the highest possible standard of something
  • Reform - a change that is intended to correct a situation that is wrong or unfair, or make a system work more effectively




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