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June 05, 2017

English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 2nd June 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 2nd June 2017. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on the titles to read the Editorials

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Back to basics: on the dip in GDP growth"
  • Back to basics - to start paying more attention to the most important aspects of something
  • Dip - to become less
  • Reboot - to start something again or do something again, in a way that is new and interesting
  • Gross domestic product - the total value of all goods and services produced in a country in a year, except for income received from money invested in other countries
  • Alliance - an arrangement between two or more people, groups, or countries by which they agree to work together to achieve something
  • Significantly - by a large amount, or in a way that is easily noticeable
  • On the face of it - used for saying that something appears to be true but might not be true when you have examined it in more detail
  • Statistics - a collection of numerical facts or measurements
  • Lashed out - to criticize someone or something angrily
  • Messiah - someone who people believe will save them from trouble or a difficult situation
  • Doom - a bad event, usually death, destruction, or complete failure, that will happen in the future and cannot be avoided
  • Decline - to become less or worse
  • Demonetise - to officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency
  • Naysayer - someone who always thinks of reasons to oppose new ideas or solutions to problems
  • Too far off the mark - not correct or accurate
  • Decelerate - to move, progress, or drive more slowly
  • Ascribing - to believe something is the cause of something else
  • Downturn - a reduction in economic or business activity
  • Exacerbate - to make a problem become worse
  • Underlying - real / basic
  • Migrant - someone who travels to another place or country in order to find work
  • Stance - an attitude or view about an issue that you state clearly
  • Inflation - an economic process in which prices increase so that money becomes less valuable
  • Outlook - an idea about what a situation will be like in the future
  • Juncture - a stage in a process or activity
  • Revive - to become, or to make something become, active, successful, or popular again
  • Beneficiary - someone who gets an advantage from a situation
  • Headwind - a wind that blows in the opposite direction to the one in which you are moving
  • Virtually - used for emphasizing that a statement is almost completely true
  • Vigorously - strongly / very forcefully
  • Acknowledge - to accept or admit that something exists, is true, or is real
  • Policymaker - a member of a government department, legislature, or other organization who is responsible for making new rules, laws, etc
  • Lobby - an organized group of people who represent a particular area of business
  • Protest - a strong complaint or disagreement
  • Regulation - an official rule that controls the way that things are done
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Perhaps - used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true
  • Brick-and-mortar - existing as a physical building, especially a shop, rather than doing business only on the internet
  • Intense - very great or extreme
  • Accessibility - easy for anyone to obtain and use
  • Accuse - to say that someone has done something wrong or committed a crime
  • Malpractice - careless or criminal behaviour by someone with a professional or official job
  • Self-medication - to take medicine without asking a doctor
  • Tighten the screws - to use force or threats to make someone do what you want
  • Retail - relating to the sale of goods directly to the public for their own use
  • Substandard - not as good as you would normally expect, or not good enough to be accepted
  • Stringent - stringent rules or conditions are strict and make you achieve high standards
  • Upped the ante - if you up the ante, you increase your demands or the risks in a situation in order to achieve a better result
  • Ambit - the range within which something, especially a rule or law, is effective or has power
  • Dispensation - official permission to do something that people are not normally allowed to do,
  • Prescription - a piece of paper that a doctor gives you that says what type of medicine you need
  • Regulating - controlling
  • Transparency - an honest way of doing things that allows other people to know exactly what you are doing
  • Stringent - stringent rules or conditions are strict and make you achieve high standards

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