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October 14, 2017

English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 11th October 2017

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Hai Friends I'm Kani. Here I'm sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of Today's Hindu News Paper dated 11th October 2017. Happy reading :)

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  • Foggy - confused because you cannot think or see clearly
  • Stubble - the short stems left after a crop such as wheat has been cut
  • Stubble-burning - deliberate setting fire of the straw stubble that remains after wheat and other grains have been harvested
  • Astronomical - an astronomical amount, price, or charge is one that is extremely high and much higher than you would expect
  • Particulate - an extremely small piece of dirt, especially one produced by road vehicles, that causes pollution
  • Threatening - showing or saying that someone is likely to do something that will harm you
  • Rein in something - to control an emotion, activity, or situation to prevent it from becoming too powerful
  • Despite - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it
  • Incur - to experience something unpleasant as a result of something that you have done
  • Piecemeal - not done according to a plan but done at different times in different ways
  • Akin to something - similar to something
  • Holistic - thinking about the whole of something, and not just dealing with particular aspects
  • Toxic - poisonous and harmful to people, animals, or the environment
  • Onset - the beginning of something, especially something bad
  • Indeterminate - not known or clearly established
  • Vehicular - relating to vehicles
  • Residue - the part of something that remains after the rest has gone or ended
  • Persistent - continuing to exist, especially for longer than you would like
  • Panic - a sudden strong feeling of fear or worry that makes you unable to think clearly or calmly
  • Violate - to do something that is in opposition to a law, agreement, principle etc
  • Underlying - underlying causes, facts, ideas etc are the real or basic ones, although they are not obvious or directly stated
  • Paddy - a field of rice growing in water
  • Biomass - plant and animal substances used for fuel
  • Incentive - something that makes you want to do something or to work harder, because you know that you will benefit by doing this
  • Galvanise - to shock or affect someone enough to produce a strong and immediate reaction
  • Impact - an effect, or an influence
  • Dramatic - sudden and surprising or easy to notice
  • Feasible - possible or likely to succeed
  • Avert - to prevent something bad or harmful from happening
  • Deserve - if you deserve something, it is right that you get it
  • Nudge - to make something move gradually or a little way in a particular direction
  • Crucial - something that is crucial is extremely important because it has a major effect on the result of something
  • Put at the heart of something - to be the most important part of something
  • Infrequently - not happening very often, or not doing something very often
  • Accuse - to say that someone has done something wrong or committed a crime
  • Fairly -  to some degree, but not completely or extremely
  • Macroeconomy - the economic system of a whole country or large region
  • Rational - based on sensible practical reasons rather than emotions
  • Abstraction - an idea or way of thinking that is not related to real situations or practical experiences
  • Deviate - to start doing something different from what is expected or agreed
  • Incorporate - to add or include something as a part of something else
  • Married - to combine one thing with another
  • Pioneering - done for the first time using new methods
  • Cite -  to mention something as an example, explanation, or proof of something else
  • Deviate - to start doing something different from what is expected or agreed
  • Conceive - to think of something such as a new idea, plan, or design
  • For instance - for example
  • Cognitive - connected with thinking or conscious mental processes
  • Probably - used for saying that you think something is likely
  • Unfair - not fair or reasonable
  • Exploitative - treating people unfairly in order to get some benefit for yourself
  • Behavioural economics - a method of economic analysis that applies psychological insights into human behaviour to explain economic decision-making
  • Criticism -  comments that show that you think something is wrong or bad
  • Patchwork - something that consists of many different and often confusing parts
  • Cognitive - connected with recognizing and understanding things
  • Exception - someone or something that is different in some way from other people or things and so cannot be included in a general statement
  • Rigour -  the quality of being thorough and careful
  • Collaborate -  to work with someone in order to produce something
  • Libertarian - someone who believes that people should be allowed to do and think what they want

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