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April 25, 2018

25th April 2018 Hindu Editorial Vocabulary - PDF Download

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Hai Friends I'm Kani. Here I'm sharing English Vocabulary from Editorial section of The Hindu News Paper dated 25th April 2018. Happy reading :)

Note : Click on titles to read Editorials from THE HINDU News Paper

Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 25th April 2018 from HERE
  • Impeachment - to formally accuse a public official of a serious crime relating to their job
  • Controversy - a disagreement, especially about a public policy or a moral issue that a lot of people have strong feelings about
  • Presiding - to be in charge of an official meeting, ceremony, or other event
  • Motion -a formal proposal that people discuss and then vote on in a meeting or debate
  • Consultation - discussion between people or groups before they make a decision
  • Be open to interpretation - if something is open to interpretation, its intended meaning is not clear and people may have different opinions about it
  • Merely - used for emphasizing that something is small or unimportant
  • Append - to add something to the end of a piece of writing
  • Probe - an attempt to find out the truth about an issue, problem, or accident
  • Delineate - to describe something very exactly
  • Contour - a way in which something varies
  • Interpretation - an explanation or opinion of what something means:
  • Held - to have / express an opinion about something
  • Merit - an advantage or good quality that someone or something has
  • Implication - a possible effect or result
  • Suspicion - a feeling that someone has done something wrong
  • Conjecture - the development of a theory or guess based on information that is not complete
  • Pick holes in something - to try and make an idea or piece of work seem bad by finding all the things that are wrong or missing
  • Signatory - a person or organization that has signed an official agreement
  • Veracity - truth, or honesty
  • Ruling - an official decision
  • Utmost - as much as possible: used for emphasizing a quality or feeling
  • Circumspection - thinking carefully about something before you say or do it
  • Imputation - the act of accusing someone of having a bad quality or of being guilty of something
  • Indelible - permanent
  • Chilling effect - a discouraging effect on the behaviour of an individual or group
  • Misbehaviour - bad behaviour or behaviour that offends other people
  • Incapacity - a lack of ability
  • Roster - a list of people’s names that shows when each of them must work and what they have to do
  • Selectively - in a way that involves only particular people or things that have been chosen
  • Concrete - based on facts and information
  • Proceedings - the actions taken, usually in court, to settle a legal matter
  • Polarised - to form two very different groups, opinions, or situations that are completely opposite to each other
  • Nabbing - to catch or arrest someone who has done something wrong or illegal
  • Absconder - someone who goes away from a place suddenly, especially in order to escape from it
  • Fugitive - someone who has done something illegal and is trying to avoid being caught by the police
  • Offender - someone who has committed a crime
  • Ordinance - an official order by a government
  • Loophole - something that has been left out of a law or legal document that people can use to avoid obeying it
  • Overseas - coming from a country across the sea
  • Promulgation - to announce something publicly, especially a new law
  • Prosecution - the process or act of accusing someone of a crime and asking a court of law to judge them
  • Mandatorily - something that is mandatory must be done, or is demanded by law
  • Wilful defaulter - a person that has not paid the loan back despite the ability to repay it
  • Impound - if the police or other officials impound something, they take it away from someone because they have done something illegal
  • Trigger - to make something happen
  • Belated - happening late
  • Haste - great speed in doing something because of limited time
  • Instance - an example of something happening
  • Offender - someone who has committed a crime
  • Fleeing - to escape from a dangerous situation or place very quickly
  • Confiscate - to officially remove someone’s possessions for legal reasons or as a punishment
  • Washout - a failure
  • Clamour for - an urgent request for something by a lot of people
  • Absconding - to escape from a place where you are being kept as a punishment
  • Misdemeanour - an action that is bad or wrong, but not in a serious way
  • Consternation - a shocked or worried feeling, often caused when something unexpected happens
  • Baron - a powerful person in a particular type of business
  • Defunct - not existing or working any more
  • Run up - to make something very quickly
  • Former - used for describing someone or something that had a particular job, title, status etc in the past, but not now
  • Probe - an attempt to find out the truth about an issue, problem, or accident
  • Violation - an action that is in opposition to a law, agreement, principle etc
  • Defraud - to get money from a person or organization in a dishonest way
  • Extradition - the return of someone accused of a crime to the country where the crime was committed
  • Proceedings - the actions taken, usually in court, to settle a legal matter
  • Indication - a sign that something will happen, is true, or exists
  • Eexpedite - to make something happen quickly or easily
  • Counterpart - someone or something that has the same job or purpose as another person or thing, but in a different country, time, situation, or organization
  • Duo - two people who work together or who often do things together
  • Disallow - to say officially that something cannot be accepted because it is illegal or not allowed by the rules
  • Offload - to get rid of something that you do not want by giving or selling it to someone else
  • Cross-border - between different countries, or involving people from different countries
  • Insolvency - the state of not having enough money to pay debts, buy goods, etc
  • Tide over - to supply someone for a short time with something that is lacking
  • Handicap - a disadvantage that prevents you from doing something well
  • Opted for - to make a choice
  • Deflect - to direct criticism, attention, or blame away from yourself towards someone else
  • Coherent - a coherent statement is reasonable and sensible
  • Fugitive - someone who has done something illegal and is trying to avoid being caught by the police
  • Got away -  to escape from a person or place

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