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December 12, 2018

12th December 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 12th December 2018. Happy reading :)

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

Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 11th December 2018 from HERE
  • Heartland - the central part of a country
  • Enthuse - to make someone interested in something or excited by it
  • Run-up - to make something very quickly
  • Wilderness - a period of time when you are not as successful as you were previously
  • Cheer - if you are cheered by something such as a piece of news, it makes you happier or less worried
  • Creditable - deserving praise, trust, or respect
  • Revival - the process of becoming active, successful, or popular again
  • Gear up - to prepare yourself, or to prepare something for an activity or event
  • Probably - used for saying that you think something is likely to be true or likely to happen
  • Exceed (someone’s) expectations - to be much bigger or better than expected
  • Massive - very large or heavy
  • On an even keel - operating or happening without problems
  • Gauge - to make a judgment or guess about a situation, action, or person based on the information that you have
  • Breast the tape - win a race
  • For instance - for example
  • Play out - to develop or end in a particular way
  • Infuse - to develop or end in a particular way
  • Take the sting out of something  - to make something less unpleasant
  • Best - to gain an advantage over or defeat an opponent
  • Regional - local
  • Broad - including many different things or people
  • Alliance - an arrangement between two or more people, groups, or countries by which they agree to work together to achieve something
  • Put together - to produce or organize something using many different things
  • Indeed - used for adding a statement that supports and increases the effect of what you have just said
  • Polarise - to form two very different groups, opinions, or situations that are completely opposite to each other, or to cause this to happen
  • Neighbouring - near each other
  • Vacillation - to keep changing your ideas about something
  • Ally - someone who is ready to help you, especially against someone else who is causing problems for you
  • Rallying point - a place, event, or person that people are attracted to as a symbol of a political group or ideal
  • Significantly - by a large amount, or in a way that is easily noticeable
  • Tally - a record of the number of things that someone has done, won, or achieved
  • Pitiful - looking or sounding so unhappy that you feel sympathy and sadness
  • Cause for concern - reason to worry
  • Recompense - payment that you give to someone who has suffered injury or loss because of you
  • Massive - very large or heavy
  • Erosion - the gradual reduction or destruction of something important
  • Unsurprisingly - in a way that you expected
  • Pain point - a problem
  • Citadel - a place that seems to represent all the important aspects of an idea, method, or practice
  • Former - used for describing someone or something that had a particular job, title, status etc in the past, but not now
  • Chunk - a large amount or part of something
  • Incumbency - an official position
  • Deny - to say that something is not true or does not exist
  • Overwhelmingly - used for emphasizing the amount or strength of something
  • Dramatic - sudden and surprising or easy to notice
  • Although - used for introducing a statement that makes your main statement seem surprising
  • By-elections - an election in one particular area to choose a new representative in parliament or on a council, or to replace someone who has died or left the job
  • Riding high - having a period of success
  • Despite - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it
  • Sub-par - below a normal or expected level
  • Setback - a problem that delays or that stops progress or makes a situation worse
  • Incumbent - someone who has an official position
  • Conceding - to admit that something is true
  • Substantial - large in amount or degree
  • Solace - something that makes you feel better when you are sad or upset
  • Minuscule - extremely small in size or amount
  • Embrace - to accept and include something
  • Spoiler - something that is produced to compete with something else and make it less successful
  • Introspect - reflect on one's own thoughts and feelings
  • Intangible - not able to be touched or measured, and difficult to describe or explain
  • Survive - to continue to exist, especially in a difficult or dangerous situation
  • Potent - powerful, effective
  • Rural - relating to the countryside, or in the countryside
  • Distress - a feeling that you have when you are very unhappy, worried, or upset
  • Urban - relating to towns and cities, or happening there
  • Angst - a strong feeling of worry about what you should do, how you should behave, or what will happen in the future
  • Disproportionate - if something is disproportionate, it is bigger or smaller than it should be in comparison to something else
  • Demonetisation - to officially stop using particular notes or coins, or a particular currency
  • Handicap - a disadvantage that prevents you from doing something well
  • Straitjacket - something that limits someone’s freedom to do something
  • Aggressive - behaving in an angry or rude way that shows you want to fight, attack, or argue with someone
  • Vigilantism - attempts by ordinary citizens to catch and punish criminals, without waiting for the police
  • Livelihood - something such as your work that provides the money that you need to live
  • Intent - the intention to do something
  • Exception - someone or something that is different in some way from other people or things and so cannot be included in a general statement

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