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June 22, 2018

22nd 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 22nd June 2018. Happy reading :)

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

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Dangerous spiral: on global trade war"
  • Spiral - a situation that gets worse and worse
  • Trade war - a situation in which two or more countries raise import taxes and quotas (= limits on numbers of goods) to try to protect their own economies
  • Ongoing - still happening or being done
  • Hotting up - if an event or situation hots up, it becomes more exciting and more things start to happen
  • 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
  • Tit-for-tat - something that you do to harm someone because they have harmed you
  • Import - a product from another country, that is bought with money from your country
  • Retaliation - the act of doing something harmful or unpleasant to someone because they have done something harmful or unpleasant to you
  • Unveil - to announce something officially that was previously a secret
  • Discourage - to try to prevent something from happening, especially because you do not approve of it or think it is harmful
  • Perspective - a sensible way of judging how good, bad, important etc something is in comparison with other things
  • Tiff - a minor argument
  • Escalate - to become much worse or more serious, or to make something do this
  • Minuscule - extremely small in size or amount
  • Unfold - to happen, or to develop
  • Spat - a short argument
  • Commensurate - intended to be suitable for the quality, status, or value of someone or something
  • Dialogue - a process in which two people or groups have discussions in order to solve problems
  • Counter-measures - actions taken to stop something else from happening or having a negative effect
  • All-out - complete and with as much effort as possible
  • Composite - made up of separate parts
  • Volatility - liability to change rapidly and unpredictably, especially for the worse
  • Investor - a person or organization that puts money into something in order to make a profit or get an advantage
  • Threat - a situation or an activity that could cause harm or danger
  • Eventually - at the end of a process or period of time in which many things happen
  • Gainers - company shares that rise in value on a particular day
  • Special interest group - a group of people who are trying to achieve social or political change on a particular issue
  • Major - important, serious, large, or great
  • Vote bank - a large group of voters from a single community who always support a particular party or candidate in elections
  • Retaliatory - intended to do something harmful or unpleasant to someone because they have done something harmful or unpleasant to you
  • Perpetuate - to make something such as a situation or process continue, especially one that is wrong, unfair, or dangerous
  • Vicious - extremely unkind or unpleasant
  • Communique - an official statement, especially to newspapers, radio, or television
  • Endorse - to express support for someone or something, especially in public
  • Truce - an agreement between two people or groups involved in a war, fight, or disagreement to stop it for a period of time
  • Nevertheless - despite a fact or idea that you have just mentioned
  • Out of hand - out of control
Hindu Editorial Topic 2 : "Wave of lynchings"
  • Wave - a larger than usual number of events of a similar, often bad, type, happening within the same period
  • Lynching - to kill someone, even though they have not been proved guilty of any crime
  • Facilitate - to make it possible or easier for something to happen
  • Policing - the control of an area or a problem by police
  • Mob - a large crowd of people that is dangerous or difficult to control
  • Brutal - extremely violent
  • Assault - a physical attack on someone, or the crime of physically attacking someone
  • Outskirts - the areas of a town or city that are furthest away from the centre
  • Sustain - to experience loss, injury, damage etc
  • Injury - physical damage done to a person or a part of their body
  • Cattle - cows and bulls kept by farmers for their milk or meat
  • Trader - someone who buys and sells things
  • Spied - to notice someone or something
  • Nonetheless - despite what has just been said
  • Outcome - the final result of a process, meeting, activity etc
  • Conspiracy - a secret plan by a group of people to do something bad or illegal, especially in politics
  • On edge - nervous and unable to relax because you are worried
  • Afoot - being planned, or starting to happen
  • Road rage - violent behaviour by a driver towards another driver
  • Transpire - to happen
  • Vigilante - someone who tries to catch and punish criminals by themselves, without waiting for the police
  • Elsewhere - in or to another place or other places
  • Battered - used for describing someone who has been treated violently
  • Pilgrim - someone who travels to a holy place that is important in their religion
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Allegation - a statement that someone has done something wrong or illegal even though this has not been proved
  • Enforce - to make sure that a law or rule is obeyed by people
  • Avert - to prevent something bad or harmful from happening
  • Civility - politeness or a polite remark
  • Reckon - to have a particular opinion about someone or something
  • Panic - a sudden strong feeling of fear or worry that makes you unable to think clearly or calmly
  • Surveillance - the process of carefully watching a person or place that may be involved in a criminal activity
  • Inadvisable - something that is inadvisable is not sensible because it is likely to have bad results
  • Convey - to communicate ideas or feelings indirectly
  • Sift - to examine information, documents etc in order to find what you are looking for
  • Mischievous - a mischievous action or statement is one that is intended to cause trouble or disagreement

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