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June 06, 2018

6th 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 6th June 2018. Happy reading :)

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Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 6th June 2018 from HERE

  • Framework - a system of rules, laws, agreements etc that establish the way that something operates in business, politics, or society
  • Far from - used for saying that the real situation is the opposite of what you mention
  • Disarray - a situation in which people are very confused or things are not organized, especially because something unexpected has happened
  • End up - to be in a particular place or state after doing something or because of doing it
  • Arguably - used for stating your opinion or belief, especially when you think other people may disagree
  • Host - a place or organization that arranges a special event and provides the area, buildings, equipment, or services needed for it
  • Theme -  the main subject of something such as a book, speech, art exhibition, or discussion
  • Slogan - a short phrase that is easy to remember and is used to advertise something or to express the beliefs of a political party or other group
  • Claim - to say that something is true, even though there is no definite proof
  • Momentum - the force that keeps an object moving or keeps an event developing after it has started
  • Invariably - always
  • Concern - if something is your concern, you are responsible for it and have to deal with it
  • Impact - an effect, or an influence
  • Liberal - not exact; without attention to or interest in detail
  • Essentially - used for emphasizing what is the most important aspect of something or fact about something
  • Staggering - extremely surprising
  • Evident - easy to see, notice, or understand
  • Threaten - to be likely to harm or destroy something
  • Marine - relating to the sea and creatures that live in it
  • Well-being - the satisfactory state that someone or something should be in
  • Microplastics - very small (less than 1mm) pieces of plastic waste that make their way into the environment, especially rivers and the sea
  • Crisis - an urgent, difficult, or dangerous situation
  • Segregate - to keep one thing separate from another
  • Compost - a mixture of decaying plants and vegetables that is added to soil to improve its quality
  • Suburb - an area or town near a large city but away from its centre, where there are many houses, especially for middle-class people
  • Wetlands - low land that is often covered with water from the lake, river, or sea next to it
  • Voluntary - a voluntary action is done because you choose to do it, and not because you have to
  • Reform - a change that is intended to correct a situation that is wrong or unfair, or make a system work more effectively
  • Ensure - to make certain that something happens or is done
  • Overarching - affecting or including everything, and therefore very important
  • Cutlery - the knives, forks, and spoons that you use for eating food
  • Biodegradable - biodegradable substances can be separated into very small parts by bacteria so that they are not harmful to the environment
  • Compostable - something that is compostable can be used as compost when it decays
  • Counterfeit - counterfeit bank notes, products, tickets etc are illegal copies made in order to trick people
  • Accountable - in a position where people have the right to criticize you or ask you why something happened
  • Dysfunctional - not working normally
  • Assertion - a definite statement or claim that something is true
  • Moorings - the ropes or chains that keep a boat from moving away from a particular place
  • Orientation - the particular interests, aims, and emphasis of a business, political group, or other organization
  • Dialogue - a process in which two people or groups have discussions in order to solve problems
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Considerably - a lot
  • Informal - informal talks or meetings are relaxed, do not involve many people, and do not need to produce an official result
  • Summit - a meeting or series of meetings between leaders of two or more countries
  • Respectively - used for saying that something happens separately to each of the people or things mentioned in the order in which they were mentioned
  • Sanction - an official order to stop communication, trade, etc with a country that has broken international law
  • Threat - a situation or an activity that could cause harm or danger
  • 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
  • Striving - to make a lot of effort to achieve something
  • Combat - a fight
  • Quadrilateral - including four members
  • Significant - very important
  • Emphasise - to give particular importance or attention to something
  • Strategic - carefully planned in order to achieve a particular goal, especially in war, business, or politics
  • Autonomy - the power to make your own decisions
  • Distaste - a feeling of dislike for someone or something that you do not approve of
  • Non-Aligned - a country that is non-aligned does not receive support from a more powerful country
  • Embrace - to completely accept something such as a new belief, idea, or way of life
  • Diversity - the fact that very different people or things exist within a group or place
  • Unveil - to announce something officially that was previously a secret
  • Rivalry - a situation in which people, teams, businesses etc compete with one another
  • Emphasise - to give particular importance or attention to something
  • Transactionalism - a method, employed to address the complexities of human social exchange or transactions
  • Pragmatism - a practical way of thinking or dealing with problems that emphasizes results and solutions more than theories
  • Espouse - to give your support to an idea, principle, or belief
  • Necessitate - to make something necessary
  • Fault lines - an issue or difference of opinion that is likely to have serious consequences

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