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May 31, 2018

31st May 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 31st May 2018. Happy reading :)

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Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 31st May 2018 from HERE

  • Pang - a very strong, sudden, and unpleasant pain or emotion
  • Coalition - a temporary union of different political parties that agree to form a government together
  • Impasse - a situation in which progress is not possible because none of the people involved are willing to change their opinion or decision
  • Resolve - to solve a problem, or to find a satisfactory way of dealing with a disagreement
  • Portfolio - all the responsibilities of a government minister
  • Crises - plural of crisis (an urgent, difficult, or dangerous situation)
  • Sealing a deal - to make a deal certain or complete
  • Draw to a close - to end
  • Contour - outline
  • Concede - to stop trying to win a war, competition, or argument because you realize that you cannot win it
  • Considerable - large in size, amount, or degree
  • Drive a hard bargain - to argue in a very determined way in order to reach an agreement that benefits you
  • Step back - to stop for a moment in order to consider something
  • Regime - a system or form of government
  • Shear - to remove a part of something
  • Substantial - large in amount or degree
  • Levy - to officially request payment of a tax
  • Initiative - an important action that is intended to solve a problem
  • Intelligence - information collected about the secret plans and activities of a foreign government, enemy etc
  • Indeed - used for adding a statement that supports and increases the effect of what you have just said
  • Major - important, serious, large, or great
  • Sworn in - when someone is sworn in, they make a formal promise to be honest or loyal, either in a law court or when starting a new official job
  • Sought-after - wanted by many people but not easy to get
  • Outlay - the amount of money that you must spend in order to buy something or to start a new business or project
  • Constitute - if several people or things constitute something, they combine to form it
  • Rung - a position in an organization or system with many levels
  • Patronage - help or money that is given to a person or organization
  • Protracted - continuing for a long time, especially longer than is normal or necessary
  • Tussle - a short fight
  • Infuse - to fill someone or something with an emotion or quality
  • Thwart - to prevent someone from doing something that they want to do
  • Unconditional - without limits or conditions
  • Unseemly - unseemly behaviour is embarrassing or upsets people because it is not suitable in a particular situation
  • Scramble - to hurry or try very hard to get something, often competing with other people
  • Paper chase - an attempt to do something that involves reading and writing a lot of documents, and that takes a long time
  • Review - the process of studying or examining a situation, policy, or idea again in order to decide whether it is suitable or satisfactory
  • Incidence - the number of times something happens, especially something bad
  • Glitch - a small and sudden problem, especially with technology such as a computer
  • Audit - a careful examination of something, especially one done to find the amount, size, or effectiveness of something
  • By-election - an election that happens at a different time from a main election, to choose a Member of Parliament to replace one who has died or left his or her job
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Respectively - used for saying that something happens separately to each of the people or things mentioned in the order in which they were mentioned
  • Consequence - a result or effect of something
  • Malfunction - a failure to work or operate correctly
  • Subsequent - happening or coming after something else
  • Recurring - happening again, especially several times
  • Deploy - to use something
  • Glitch - a small and sudden problem, especially with technology such as a computer
  • Constituency - a division of a country that elects a representative to a parliament
  • Prone - likely to do something or be affected by something, especially something bad
  • Exposure - the state of being put into a situation in which something harmful or dangerous might affect you
  • Relative - considered in comparison with other similar things
  • Ballot - the process of voting secretly to choose a candidate in an election or express an opinion about an issue
  • Audit - a careful examination of something, especially one done to find the amount, size, or effectiveness of something
  • Tally - a record of the number of things that someone has done, won, or achieved
  • Deem - to consider that someone or something has a particular quality
  • Hacking - to use a computer to connect to someone else’s computer secretly and often illegally, so that you can find or change information on it
  • Complaint - something that someone complains about
  • Hasten - to make something happen sooner or more quickly
  • Stray - to move away from the correct place or path
  • Inadvertently - not deliberately, and without realizing what you are doing
  • Adjunct - something that is added to something else but is not essential to it
  • Complexity - the complicated nature of something
  • Glitch - a small and sudden problem, especially with technology such as a computer
  • Empirical - based on real experience or scientific experiments rather than on theory
  • Ease - to make a problem, bad situation, or pain less severe
  • Turnout - the number of voters in an election
  • Reassure - to make someone feel less worried about something
  • Sceptic - someone who has doubts about things that other people think are true or right
  • Integrity -  the quality of behaving according to the rules and standards of your job or profession
  • Statistically - relating to a group of numbers that represent facts or that describe a situation
  • Significant - very large or noticeable
  • Handy - useful
  • Drastically - in a way that is likely to have a strong or far-reaching effect

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