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September 22, 2017

English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 22nd September 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 22nd September 2017. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on the titles to read the Editorials 
  • Taper - to gradually reduce the amount of new money which is supplied by a central bank in order to aid economic recovery
  • Quantitative easing - a process of increasing the amount of money in a country’s economy, usually in an attempt to improve the economy and prevent a situation in which the banks are not willing to lend money
  • Federal Reserve - the organization that controls the US national bank
  • Unprecedented - never having happened or existed before
  • Liquidity - a situation in which a business has money or property that it can sell in order to pay money that it owes
  • Infusion -  the addition of something such as money or a particular quality
  • Asset - something such as money or property that a person or company owns
  • In the wake of - happening after an event or as a result of it
  • Crisis - an urgent, difficult, or dangerous situation
  • Normalisation - the process of bringing or returning something to a normal condition or state
  • To someone’s credit - used about things that someone has done or achieved
  • Colleague - someone who works in the same organization or department as you
  • Walk the talk - to perform actions consistent with one's claims
  • Mammoth - extremely large
  • Preclude - to prevent something or make it impossible, or prevent someone from doing something
  • Tantrum - an occasion when someone suddenly behaves in a very angry and unreasonable way
  • Well-calibrated - accurate / carefully measured
  • Wind-down - to gradually reduce work before stopping completely
  • Optimal - best; most likely to bring success or advantage
  • Monetary policy -  actions taken by a government to control the amount of money in an economy and how easily available it is, for example by changing the interest rate
  • Caveat - a warning to consider something before taking any more action
  • Outlook - the likely future situation
  • Deteriorate - to become worse
  • Sizeable - large
  • Undergirde - provide support
  • Hurricane - a violent wind that has a circular movement
  • Battered - hurt by being repeatedly hit
  • Notwithstanding - despite something
  • Marginal - very small in amount or effect
  • Median - the value that is the middle one in a set of values arranged in order of size
  • Elude - if something eludes you, you do not succeed in achieving it / you cannot remember or understand it
  • Anticipate - to imagine or expect that something will happen
  • Trajectory -  the way in which a process or event develops over a period of time
  • Inflation - a general, continuous increase in prices
  • Reflate - in economics, to increase the amount of money in use in a country's economy
  • Vigilant - always being careful to notice things, especially possible danger
  • Warding off - to prevent someone or something unpleasant from harming or coming close to you
  • Expansionary - used to describe a set of conditions during which something increases in size, number, or importance
  • Momentum - the force that keeps an object moving or keeps an event developing after it has started
  • Moderate - neither small nor large in size, amount, degree, or strength
  • Augur - to be a sign of especially good or bad things in the future
  • Deficit - the difference between the amount of money or goods that a country or business has and the amount that it has spent or that it owes
  • Counterpart - a person or thing that has the same purpose as another one in a different place or organization
  • Perilous - extremely dangerous
  • Circumstance - events that change your life, over which you have no control
  • Predictably - in a way that can be predicted; as expected
  • Blame game - a situation in which people try to blame each other for something bad that has happened
  • Brutally - in a violent way
  • Indigenous - native / local
  • Agitation - an attempt to cause social or political changes by arguing or protesting, or through other activities
  • Prohibitory - tending to discourage
  • Incriminate - to make someone seem guilty, especially of a crime
  • Footage - video, especially one showing an event
  • Casualty - a person injured or killed in a serious accident or war
  • Polarise - to cause something, especially something that contains different people or opinions, to divide into two completely opposing groups
  • Expeditiously - with speed and efficiency
  • Crossfire - bullets fired towards you from different directions
  • Intimidate - to frighten or threaten someone, usually in order to persuade them to do something that you want them to do
  • Sphere - a subject or area of knowledge, work, etc
  • Inhibitory - with the effect or function of inhibiting (stopping or slowing down) a process
  • Obvious - easy to see, recognize, or understand
  • Swift - happening or moving quickly or within a short time
  • Follow-up - a further action connected with something that happened before
  • Tragic - very sad, often involving death and suffering
  • Tactic - a planned way of doing something
  • Coercive - relating to or using force or threats
  • Discourse - communication in speech or writing
  • Internalise - to accept or absorb an idea, opinion, belief, etc
  • Watchful - paying careful attention and ready to deal with problems
  • Vigil - a quiet political protest
  • Appraisal - the act of examining someone or something in order to judge their qualities, success, or needs
  • Incidental - less important than the thing something is connected with or part of
  • Abysmal - extremely bad or low in quality
  • Be close to the bone - if something you say or write is close to the bone, it is close to the truth in a way that might offend some people

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