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June 13, 2018

13th June 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 13th June 2018. Happy reading :)

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Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 13th June 2018 from HERE

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Historic handshake — on Trump-Kim summit"
  • Summit - a meeting or series of meetings between leaders of two or more countries
  • Traverse - to move or travel through an area
  • Remarkable - unusual in a way that surprises or impresses you
  • Affirmation - an action of support or approval
  • Diplomacy - the ability to deal with people in a sensitive way that does not upset or offend them
  • Threat - a situation or an activity that could cause harm or danger
  • Deranged - behaving in an uncontrolled or dangerous way because of mental illness
  • Ground-breaking - using new methods, or achieving new results
  • Comprehensive - including many details or aspects of something
  • Whimsical - unusual and strange in a way that might be funny or annoying
  • Thaw - to become friendlier or more relaxed
  • Hostility - opposition to something
  • Peninsula - a long piece of land that is mostly surrounded by water, but is joined at one end to a larger area of land
  • Brink - the point in time when something very bad or very good is about to happen
  • Expansive - friendly, generous, or willing to talk
  • Reciprocate - to do the same thing for someone that they have done for you
  • Ally - a country that makes an agreement with another country that they will work together to help each other, especially in a war
  • Rival - a person, team, or business that competes with another
  • Call off - to decide that something will not happen
  • Threat - an occasion when someone says that they will cause you harm or problems
  • Counter - something that you say to reply to a criticism or argument
  • Escalate - to become much worse or more serious, or to make something do this
  • Appetite - a feeling of being very interested in something or of wanting it very much
  • Rapprochement - the development of greater understanding and friendship between two countries or groups after they have been unfriendly
  • Rendezvous - a meeting arranged for a particular time and place, especially secretly
  • Back on track - working or happening normally again
  • Firm - strong
  • Unwavering - strong and steady despite opposition or other problems
  • Denuclearisation - the process of removing nuclear weapons from a country or countries
  • Prosper - to be successful, especially by making a lot of money
  • Concession - something you give or allow to someone in order to reach an agreement
  • Pull off - to succeed in doing something that is difficult
  • Breakthrough - a discovery or achievement that comes after a lot of hard work
  • Specifics - the details of something
  • Dismantle -  to separate the parts of something such as a machine so that they no longer form a single unit
  • Arsenal - a large collection of weapons and military equipment
  • Monitor - to regularly check something or watch someone in order to find out what is happening
  • Unpredictable - changing often, in a way that is impossible to prepare for
  • Impulsive - someone who is impulsive tends to do things without thinking about what will happen as a result
  • Stare down - to look at
  • Hardline - strict or extreme in your beliefs or opinions, and not willing to change them
  • Ethics - a set of principles that people use to decide what is right and what is wrong
  • Organ - a part of your body that does a specific job, such as your heart or brain
  • Transplant - a medical operation in which a new organ is put into someone’s body
  • Inquiry - an official examination of a crime, accident, problem etc, in order to get information or the truth
  • Expensive - something that is expensive costs a lot of money
  • Ensure - to make certain that something happens or is done
  • Altruistically - thinking or behaving in a way that shows you care about other people and their interests more than you care about yourself
  • Brain-dead - if someone is brain-dead, they have serious and permanent damage to their brain, and need machines in order to stay alive
  • Ethically - in a way that relates to moral principles
  • Enrol - to put yourself or someone else onto the official list of members of a course, college, or group
  • Lay down - to officially establish a rule, or to officially say how something should be done
  • Preferential - giving one person or group an advantage over others
  • Pioneer - to be one of the first to do something
  • Orderly - well arranged or organized
  • Deceased - dead
  • Consistently -  in the same way and without changing in behaviour, attitudes, or qualities
  • Procure - to obtain something, especially with effort or difficulty
  • Donor - someone who gives blood, sperm, eggs, or a part of their body to be used in the medical treatment of someone else
  • Ensure - to make certain that something happens or is done
  • Retain -  to keep someone or something
  • Reputation - the opinion that people have about how good or how bad someone or something is
  • Domicile - the place where a person lives
  • Outcome - the final result of a process, meeting, activity etc
  • Opt for - to make a choice or decision from a range of possibilities
  • Subsidy - an amount of money that the government or another organization pays to help to reduce the cost of a product or service
  • Shed light on something - to provide new information that helps you understand something
  • Overlook - to fail to notice or do something
  • Air-lift - an operation in which people or things are taken into or away from a place by aircraft, especially in a dangerous situation
  • Erode - to gradually reduce the value or level of something
  • Kin - all the people in your family
  • Commerce - the activity of buying and selling goods and services
  • Unethical - morally wrong, or against accepted standards of behaviour, especially in a particular profession

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