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September 29, 2018

26th September 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 26th September 2018. Happy reading :)

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

  • Cynicism -  the belief that people care only about themselves and are not sincere or honest
  • Dramatic - sudden and surprising or easy to notice
  • Interim - temporary and intended to be used or accepted until something permanent exists
  • Resounding - complete: used for emphasizing how successful or unsuccessful someone or something is
  • Incumbent - someone who has an official position
  • Usher in - to make an activity or process begin
  • Regardless of - without being affected or influenced by anything else that happens or exists
  • Affiliation - connection with an organization, especially a political or religious one
  • To begin with - used for introducing the first thing in a list of things you are going to say
  • Turnout - the number of voters in an election
  • Disprove - to prove that something is not correct or true
  • Integrity - the quality of always behaving according to the moral principles that you believe in, so that people respect and trust you
  • Setback - a problem that delays or that stops progress or makes a situation worse
  • Former - used for describing someone or something that had a particular job, title, status etc in the past, but not now
  • Frontrunner - the person or thing considered the most likely to win a competition, game, election etc
  • Disqualify - to not allow someone to do something because they have committed an offence
  • Conviction - a decision by a court of law that someone is guilty of a crime
  • Behind bars - in prison
  • Charge - an official statement accusing someone of committing a crime
  • Coup - an occasion when a group of people takes control of a country, usually by means of military force
  • Misgiving - a feeling of fear or doubt about whether something is right or will have a good result
  • Outcome - the final result of a process, meeting, activity etc
  • Belie - to make someone or something appear to be different from how they really are
  • Concede - to admit that something is true
  • Heartening - to make someone feel happier and more hopeful
  • Downward spiral - a situation gets worse and is difficult to control because one bad event causes another
  • Perceive - to understand or think about something in a particular way
  • Indebted - owing money
  • Clamp down - to make a determined attempt to stop people doing something bad or illegal
  • Renew - to arrange for something to continue for a longer period of time
  • Station - to send someone to a particular country or place in order to do a job, especially for the armed forces
  • Partisan - showing strong and usually unfair support for one particular person, group, or idea
  • Agenda - all the things that need to be done or that need to be thought about or solved
  • Tug of war - a situation in which two people or groups try in a very determined way to get something that they want
  • Termite - a small insect that eats wood and can damage buildings
  • Shrill - shrill words are repeated often and in a very firm way
  • Rhetoric - a style of speaking or writing that is intended to influence people
  • Immigration - the process in which people enter a country in order to live there permanently
  • Claim - to officially ask for something as a right
  • Objection - a statement that shows that you disagree with a plan, or a reason for your disagreement
  • Fraught with -  ​full of unpleasant things such as problems or dangers
  • Uncertainty - a nervous feeling that you have because you think bad things might happen
  • Recourse - the use of something so that you can get what you want or need in a difficult situation
  • Ultimately - after a process or activity has ended
  • Vital - very important, necessary, or essential
  • Grapple with - to try hard to understand a difficult idea or to solve a difficult problem
  • Bureaucracy - a complicated and annoying system of rules and processes
  • Assert - to state firmly that something is true
  • Legitimate - allowed by the law, or correct according to the law
  • Assurance - a feeling or attitude of confidence
  • Condemn - to say publicly that you think someone or something is bad or wrong
  • Undocumented - not supported by written proof
  • Immigrant - someone who comes to live in a country from another country
  • Wherewithal - the money and ability that give you the power to do a particular thing
  • Victim - someone who has been harmed, injured, or killed as the result of a crime
  • Poverty - a situation in which someone does not have enough money to pay for their basic needs
  • Empathy - the ability to understand how someone feels because you can imagine what it is like to be them
  • Refuge - a place where you go to protect yourself from something dangerous or threatening
  • Pretext - a reason that you pretend to have in order to hide your real reason or intention
  • Outreach - the practice of providing help and advice to people in a community before they have to ask for it
  • Xenophobia - a strong fear and dislike of people from other countries and cultures
  • Demographic - relating to populations
  • Fault line - a problem that may not be obvious and could cause something to fail
  • Rally - to join other people in order to support someone or something when they are having problems
  • Infiltrator - a person who secretly becomes part of a group in order to get information or to influence the way the group thinks or behaves
  • Allegedly - if someone allegedly does something, another person says that they have done it, even though this has not been proved
  • Eat away - to gradually destroy something
  • Reiterate - to repeat something in order to emphasize it or make it very clear to people
  • Diplomacy - the ability to deal with people in a sensitive way that does not upset or offend them
  • Analogy - a comparison between two situations, processes etc that is intended to show that the two are similar
  • Pest -  an insect or small animal that damages plants or supplies of food
  • Staple - a regular and important part or feature of something
  • Polarising - to form two very different groups, opinions, or situations that are completely opposite to each other, or to cause this to happen
  • Regrettably - used for saying that you are sad or sorry about something
  • Determined - not willing to let anything prevent you from doing what you have decided to do
  • Mobilisation - the act of organizing or preparing something, such as a group of people, for a purpose

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