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July 11, 2018

11th July 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 11th July 2018. Happy reading :)

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

Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 11th July 2018 from HERE

  • Reform - a change that is intended to correct a situation that is wrong or unfair, or make a system work more effectively
  • Perhaps - used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true
  • Fabric - the basic structure of a society or organization
  • Impractical - not sensible, or not likely to be effective or successful
  • Advocate - to publicly support a particular policy or way of doing things
  • Speak out - to state your opinion firmly and publicly about something, especially in order to protest against or defend something
  • In principle - used for saying that something is possible in theory, although it has not yet been tried
  • Obvious - clear to almost anyone
  • Expenditure - money spent by a government, organization, or person
  • Drastically - in a way that is likely to have a strong or far-reaching effect
  • Dispensation - official permission to do something
  • Campaign - a series of actions intended to produce political or social change
  • Naysayer - someone who always thinks of reasons to oppose new ideas or solutions to problems
  • Fraught with - full of problems, difficulties, or things that are confusing
  • Disseminate - to make something such as information or knowledge available to a lot of people
  • Privilege - a special benefit that is available only to a particular person or group
  • Regional - relating to or typical of a particular area of a country or the world
  • Arguably - used for stating your opinion or belief, especially when you think other people may disagree
  • Synchronisation - the operation or activity of two or more things at the same time or rate
  • Curtailment - the action or fact of reducing or restricting something
  • Tenure - the period of time during which someone has an important job or is an elected official
  • Propriety - behaviour that follows accepted social or moral standards
  • Subsequent - happening or coming after something else
  • Regime - a system or form of government
  • Majority - most of the people or things in a group
  • Proposal - a plan or suggestion, especially a formal one that a group has to consider
  • Constructive - intended to be useful or helpful
  • Motion - a formal proposal that people discuss and then vote on in a meeting or debate
  • Mid-term - happening in the middle part of a government’s time in power, or in the middle part of a university or school term
  • Partially - not completely
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Dissolve - if a group or organization dissolves, or if someone dissolves it, it stops existing
  • Prematurely - happening too soon or before the usual time
  • Palatable - acceptable
  • Invest - to use something such as time or effort for a particular purpose
  • Curtail - to reduce or limit something
  • Waiver - an official statement or document that says a right, claim, or law can be officially ignored or given up
  • Defection - to leave a country, political party, or organization and go to another one
  • Pressing - very important and urgent
  • Curb - to control or limit something that is harmful
  • Staggered - very surprised and shocked
Hindu Editorial Topic 2 : "Game at Chequers: the Brexit plan"
  • Chequers - the official country home of the British prime minister
  • Brexit - an exit (= act of leaving) by the United Kingdom from the European Union (short for "British exit")
  • Resignation - the act of leaving a job permanently
  • Upped - increased
  • Stakes - the things that you can gain or lose by taking a risk
  • No stranger to something - to have no/a lot of experience of something
  • Controversy - a disagreement, especially about a public policy or a moral issue that a lot of people have strong feelings about
  • Rebellion - an attempt to remove a government or leader by force
  • Upheaval - a sudden or violent change, especially one that affects people’s lives
  • Downing Street - the prime minister or the government of the UK
  • Hardliner - a member of a group, typically a political group, who adheres uncompromisingly to a set of ideas or policies
  • Colleague - someone who works in the same organization or department as you
  • Deputy - someone whose job is the second most important in a department or organization, and who takes the responsibilities of the most important person in some situations
  • Negotiation - formal discussions in which people or groups try to reach an agreement, especially in a business or political situation
  • Pursuing - to follow a course of activity
  • Insisting - to say very firmly that something must happen or must be done
  • Bickering - to argue about things that are not important
  • Mitigate - to reduce the harmful effects of something
  • Harmonise - to make laws or policies similar to those of a different country, organization etc
  • Tariff - a tax that a government charges on goods that enter or leave their country
  • Vital - very important, necessary, or essential
  • Mutual - felt or done in the same way by each of two or more people
  • Stability - a situation in which things happen as they should and there are no harmful changes
  • Alignment - the organization of activities or systems so that they match or fit well together
  • Framework - a set of principles, ideas etc that you use when you are forming your decisions and judgments
  • Interpret - to understand an action, situation etc in a particular way
  • Arbitration - the official process of trying to settle a disagreement between two people or groups by considering all the facts and opinions
  • Dispute - a serious disagreement, especially one between groups of people that lasts for a long time
  • Perhaps - used for saying that you are not certain about something, or that something may or may not be true
  • Controversially - used for saying that people disagree about the thing you are talking about or do not approve of it
  • Nurse - to feel a strong emotion or have a belief for a long time, especially one that you hide from other people
  • Ambition - something that you very much want to do, usually something that is difficult to achieve
  • Colony - a country that is controlled by another country
  • Comply with - to obey a rule or law, or to do what someone asks you to do
  • Formulate - to develop a plan, system, or proposal carefully, thinking about all of its details
  • Spate of - a large number of things of the same type, usually bad things, that suddenly happen in a very short period of time
  • Criticise - to say what you think is wrong or bad about something
  • High-profile - often seen in public, mentioned in newspapers, or appearing on television
  • Tory - someone who supports or is a member of the Conservative Party in the UK
  • Backbencher - an ordinary member of the British Parliament who does not have a senior position
  • Enthusiastic - very interested in something or excited by it
  • Vote of no-confidence - a voting process in which people show that they do not support a person or group in power
  • Unlikely - not likely to happen
  • Fallout - the unpleasant effects of something that has happened
  • Bilateral - involving two groups or countries
  • Boost - to help something to increase, improve, or become more successful
  • Dramatically - in a sudden and surprising way that is easy to notice

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