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June 04, 2018

2nd 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 2nd June 2018. Happy reading :)

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

Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 2nd June 2018 from HERE

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Mixed growth signals"
  • Inflation - an economic process in which prices increase so that money becomes less valuable
  • Pace - the speed at which someone or something moves, or with which something happens or changes
  • Brisk - moving or acting quickly
  • Propel - to move or push someone or something forward
  • Optimism - a tendency to be hopeful and to expect that good things will probably happen
  • Former - used for referring to the first of two people or things that you have mentioned
  • Quarterly - done or produced four times a year
  • Heartening - to make someone feel happier and more hopeful
  • Robust - strong and successful
  • Contraction - the process of becoming smaller
  • Demonetisation - to officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency
  • Broadcasting - transmit (a programme or some information) by radio or television
  • Real estate - property in the form of land or buildings
  • Accelerate - to happen or make something happen at a faster rate
  • Boost -  to help something to increase, improve, or become more successful
  • Expansion - the process of increasing in size and filling more space
  • Vital - very important, necessary, or essential
  • Appreciably - enough to be noticed or considered important
  • Momentum - progress or development that is becoming faster or stronger
  • Sustained - continuing at the same level or rate for a long time
  • Monsoon - a period of heavy rain in India and Southeast Asia
  • Pans out - if a situation pans out in a particular way, it develops in that way
  • Forecast - a statement about what is likely to happen, based on available information and usually relating to the weather, business, or the economy
  • Revival - the process of becoming active, successful, or popular again
  • Pressure point - a sensitive political situation
  • Expenditure - money spent by a government, organization, or person
  • Languish - to fail to be successful or to improve
  • Preceding - existing or coming immediately before someone or something else
  • Gross - a gross amount of money is the total amount before taxes or costs have been taken out
  • Sobering - making you think about things in a serious way
  • Spur - something that encourages someone to do something
  • Bullish - expecting a successful future
  • Inflation - an economic process in which prices increase so that money becomes less valuable
  • Amid - if something happens amid particular feelings or events, it happens while people have these feelings or while these events are happening
  • Tepid - not very excited or enthusiastic
  • Uncertainty - a nervous feeling that you have because you think bad things might happen
  • Exporter - a person, business, or country that sells goods to another country
  • Capitalise - to sell something you own for money that you need
  • Eschew - to avoid doing something, especially for moral reasons
  • Populism - politics that represents the interests and opinions of ordinary people
  • Prudence - cautiousness
  • Tenuous - weak and likely to change
Hindu Editorial Topic 2 : "Populists in Rome"
  • Populist - someone who supports or expresses the interests and opinions of ordinary people
  • Edgy - in a bad mood because you are worried or nervous
  • Dialogue - sa process in which two people or groups have discussions in order to solve problems
  • On the cards - very likely to happen
  • Whirlwind - something that happens very quickly and unexpectedly, so that the people involved have little control of what happens and how they feel
  • Swept - to move or spread quickly through an area
  • Dissipate - to gradually disappear by becoming less strong, or to make something do this
  • Embellish - make (something) more attractive by the addition of decorative details or features
  • 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
  • Wrangle - to argue about something for a long time, especially in an angry and unpleasant way
  • Coalition - a temporary union of different political parties that agree to form a government together
  • Slim - very small
  • Majority - the number of votes by which a person or party wins an election
  • Rabble-rousing - to speak to a group of people and encourage them to behave in a violent way, usually in order to gain political power
  • Migrant - someone who travels to another place or country in order to find work
  • Disband - if a group of people disbands or is disbanded, its members stop working together
  • Exercise - to use your power or rights
  • Eurosceptic - someone, especially a politician, who thinks that their country should not be part of the European Union
  • Interim  - intended to last or perform an activity only until someone or something permanent or final is available
  • Impeachment - to formally accuse a public official of a serious crime relating to their job
  • Prospect - the possibility that something will happen
  • Snap poll - a general election that is called earlier than expected
  • Rattle - to make someone feel nervous or angry
  • Tone down - to make something less severe, shocking, or offensive
  • Adequate - good enough or large enough for a particular purpose
  • Jittery - feeling nervous and upset
  • Assent - to agree with or officially give permission for something
  • Taking over - to take control of something
  • Portfolio - all the responsibilities of a government minister
  • Confidence vote - a voting process in which people show support for a person or group in power
  • Far from - used for saying that the real situation is the opposite of what you mention
  • Sustain - to experience loss, injury, damage etc
  • Significant - very large or noticeable
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Underlying - underlying causes, facts, ideas etc are the real or basic ones, although they are not obvious or directly stated
  • Disenchantment - the feeling of being disappointed and no longer enthusiastic about someone or something
  • Strike a balance (between something and something) - to accept neither of two extreme positions or things but find a solution that is reasonable and fair
  • Austerity - an economic policy by which a government reduces the amount of money it spends by a large amount
  • Populism - politics that represents the interests and opinions of ordinary people
  • Integrity - the quality of always behaving according to the moral principles that you believe in, so that people respect and trust you

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