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March 10, 2018

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary - 10th March 2018

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Hai Friends I'm Kani. Here I'm sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu News Paper dated 10th March 2018. Happy reading :)

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  • Dignity - respect that other people have for you or that you have for yourself
  • Verdict - an official judgment made in a court
  • Euthanasia - the practice of killing a very old or very ill person without causing them pain
  • Lay down - to state officially what someone must do or how they must do it
  • Framework - a set of principles, ideas etc that you use when you are forming your decisions and judgments
  • Enforce - to make sure that a law or rule is obeyed by people
  • Underlying - underlying causes, facts, ideas etc are the real or basic ones, although they are not obvious or directly stated
  • Verdict - an official judgment made in a court
  • Passive euthanasia - Passive euthanasia occurs when the patient dies because the medical professionals either don't do something necessary to keep the patient alive, or when they stop doing something that is keeping the patient alive
  • Directive - an official order
  • Dignified - someone who is dignified behaves in a calm way that people respect
  • Concur - to agree with someone or something
  • Grappled with something - to try hard to understand a difficult idea or to solve a difficult problem
  • Morality - principles of right or wrong behaviour
  • Outcome - the final result of a process, meeting, activity etc
  • Progressive - supporting social and political change that aims to make a system fairer
  • Humane - showing kindness, care, and sympathy towards others, especially those who are suffering
  • Terminally ill - a terminal illness cannot be cured and will cause someone to die, usually slowly
  • Persistent - continuing to do something in a determined way
  • Cure - a solution to a problem
  • Circumstance - a fact or condition that affects a situation
  • Accelerate - to happen or make something happen at a faster rate
  • Consent - permission to do something
  • Self determination - the ability or power to make decisions for yourself
  • Autonomy -  the power to make your own decisions
  • Encompass - to include
  • Jurisprudence - the system of laws that exists in a particular place or that affects a particular area of activity
  • Living will - a legal document in which you state the decisions about your medical treatment that you want other people to make, to be used if you become too ill to make those decisions yourself
  • Directive - an official order
  • Administer - to be responsible for making certain that something is done according to the rules
  • Life support - measures intended to keep someone alive when they are very ill
  • Discontinue - to stop doing or providing something
  • Unexceptionable - satisfactory and not deserving any criticism
  • Prolong - to make something last longer
  • Merely - just / only
  • Destructive - causing severe damage or harm
  • Invoke -  to use a law or rule in order to achieve something
  • Inherent - an inherent quality is a basic or essential feature that gives something its character
  • Directive - an official order
  • Enact -  to make a proposal into a law
  • Stringent - stringent rules or conditions are strict and make you achieve high standards
  • Robust - a robust system or organization is strong and successful
  • Allay - if you allay feelings such as fears, worries, or doubts, you make someone feel less afraid, worried, or full of doubt
  • Apprehension - a feeling of worry or fear that something bad might happen
  • Lawfully - officially accepted by the government or another authority
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  • Revival - the process of becoming active, successful, or popular again
  • Buttress - to make support for an idea or argument stronger by providing a good reason for it
  • Embrace - to completely accept something such as a new belief, idea, or way of life
  • Comprehensive - including many details or aspects of something
  • Progressive - supporting social and political change that aims to make a system fairer
  • Campaign - a series of actions intended to produce political or social change
  • Precisely - clearly / exactly
  • Impose - to introduce something such as a new law or new system, and force people to accept it
  • Tariff - a tax that a government charges on goods that enter or leave their country
  • Domestic - relating to the country being talked about
  • Account for something - to form the total of something
  • Bring down - to reduce the rate, level, or amount of something
  • Ratification - to make an agreement official by signing it or formally accepting it
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Criticism - comments that show that you think something is wrong or bad
  • Alleged - claimed to be true, even though this has not been proved
  • Dictate - to influence or control how something is done
  • Capitalise - to sell something you own for money that you need
  • Flay - to criticize someone or something in a very severe or cruel way
  • Mandate - to give an official order or make a law stating that something must be done
  • Bureaucratic - involving a lot of complicated rules, details, and processes
  • Contend that - to claim that something is true
  • Massive - very large in amount or degree
  • Regulatory - a regulatory organization or company controls an activity, process, or industry
  • Gauge - to calculate an amount
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Transparency - the quality of being done in an open way without secrets
  • Lobbying - to try to influence politicians or people in authority on a particular subject
  • Amid - if something happens amid particular feelings or events, it happens while people have these feelings or while these events are happening
  • Palpable - if a mood or feeling is palpable, it is so strong that you seem to feel it physically yourself
  • Survival - the fact or state of continuing to live or exist, especially in difficult conditions
  • Despite - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it
  • Pullout - an occasion when an army or business leaves a place
  • Respite - a pause or rest from something difficult or unpleasant

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