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January 02, 2019

2nd January 2019 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 January 2019. Happy reading :)

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

Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 2nd January 2019 from HERE

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Signs of a turnaround: on RBI's Financial Stability Report"
  • Turnaround - an important change in a situation that causes it to improve
  • Stability - a situation in which things happen as they should and there are no harmful changes
  • Regulatory - a regulatory organization or company controls an activity, process, or industry
  • Vigil - a purposeful watch maintained, esp at night, to guard, observe, pray, etc
  • Decline - to become less or worse
  • Gross - total
  • Fog - a confused or confusing situation or state
  • Shrouding - to cover or hide something
  • Sustained - continuing at the same level or rate for a long time
  • Decline - to become less or worse
  • Non-performing asset - a non performing asset (NPA) is a loan or advance for which the principal or interest payment remained overdue for a period of 90 days
  • Bad loan - a loan where repayments are not being made as originally agreed between the borrower and the lender, and which may never be repaid
  • Varying - not all the same
  • Macro-economic - relating to the economic system of a whole country or large region
  • Baseline - a quantity, value, or fact used as a standard for measuring other quantities, values, or facts
  • Prognosticate - to say what you think will happen in the future
  • Peer  - a person who is the same age or has the same social position or the same abilities as other people in a group
  • Fiscal - relating to a period of 12 months, or a part of that period, used by a company to calculate and report its financial information
  • Posit - to say that something is true or that something should be accepted as true
  • Disproportionate - if something is disproportionate, it is bigger or smaller than it should be in comparison to something else
  • Account for something - to be the reason why something exists or happens
  • Framework  - a set of principles, ideas etc that you use when you are forming your decisions and judgments
  • Criticism - comments that show that you think something is wrong or bad
  • Significantly - by a large amount, or in a way that is easily noticeable
  • Contagion - a situation in which feelings or ideas spread very quickly from one person or place to another
  • Sovereign - an old unit of money in the form of a gold coin worth one pound
  • Solvency - a situation in which you have enough money to pay your bills and other debts
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Bear the brunt of something - to receive the worst part of something that has a bad effect
  • Mala fide - illegal or dishonest
  • Justifiably - if something is justifiable, there is a good reason for it
  • Spotlight - to make people pay a lot of attention to someone or something, for example by writing about them in a newspaper
  • Oversight - something that you do not notice or think of that causes problems later
  • Conglomerate - a large business organization formed when several different businesses join together
  • In the wake of something - happening after an event or as a result of it
  • Meltdown - a sudden and complete failure of a company, organization, or system
  • Ripple - an emotion that spreads gradually through a person or a group of people
  • Mutual fund - an organization through which you can buy shares in many different businesses
  • Foreword - a short introduction to a book, usually written by someone other than the writer
  • Underscore - to emphasize something, or to show that it is important
  • Prudence - the state of being careful in the way you make decisions or spend money so that you avoid unnecessary risks
  • Regulator - a person or organization whose job is to be certain that companies, systems etc act fairly and follow rules
  • Insulate - to protect someone from unpleasant knowledge or harmful experiences
  • Fiasco - a complete and embarrassing failure
Hindu Editorial Topic 2 : "On Elizabeth Warren's U.S. presidential bid: Democratic hope ?"
  • Democratic - based on the principle that all people are equal and should be able to share in making decisions
  • Senator - someone who is a member of a senate
  • Likely - probably going to happen, or probably true
  • Candidacy - the fact that someone is a candidate in an election
  • Racial - happening between people of different races
  • Inequality - a situation in which people are not equal because some groups have more opportunities, power, money etc than others
  • Campaign - a series of actions intended to produce political or social change
  • Muscle - strength
  • Senate - the more senior part of a law-making institution that has two parts
  • Decline - to say politely that you will not accept something or do something
  • Thin-skinned - easily upset or offended by what other people say about you
  • Racist - someone who does not like or respect people who belong to races that are different from their own and who believes their race is better than others
  • Bully - to frighten or hurt someone who is smaller or weaker than you
  • Controversy - a disagreement, especially about a public policy or a moral issue that a lot of people have strong feelings about
  • Heritage - the art, buildings, traditions, and beliefs that a society considers important to its history and culture
  • Epithet - a word or phrase that describes the main quality of someone or something
  • Provoke - to deliberately try to make someone angry
  • Smear - to try to damage someone’s reputation by telling lies about them
  • Ethnic - relating to a group of people who have the same culture and traditions
  • Antecedent - something that happened or existed before something else and is similar to it in some way
  • Notwithstanding - despite something
  • Blip - a minor problem or delay that does not last very long
  • Former - used for describing someone or something that had a particular job, title, status etc in the past, but not now
  • Hail from - to be from a particular place
  • Blue-collar - blue-collar workers do work that involves using physical strength or skill with their hands rather than working in an office
  • Credential - personal qualities, achievements, or experiences that make someone suitable for something
  • Multiracial - including or involving people of many different races
  • Deflect - to direct criticism, attention, or blame away from yourself towards someone else
  • Impact - an effect, or an influence
  • Divisive - likely to cause arguments between people
  • Despite - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it
  • Considerable - large in size, amount, or degree
  • Formidable - very impressive in size, power, or skill and therefore deserving respect and often difficult to deal with
  • Millennial - born in the 1980s, 1990s, or early 2000s
  • Predict - to say what you think will happen in the future
  • Professed - admitting publicly that you have a particular feeling or belief
  • Populist - someone who supports or expresses the interests and opinions of ordinary people
  • Hypothetically - based on situations or events that seem possible rather than on actual ones
  • Persuasion - to make someone agree to do something by giving them reasons why they should
  • Deride - to criticize someone or something by suggesting that they are stupid, unimportant, or useless
  • Out-of-touch - to no longer have recent knowledge or information about something
  • Threat - a situation or an activity that could cause harm or danger
  • Nevertheless - despite a fact or idea that you have just mentioned: used as a way of showing how a sentence, phrase, or word is related to what has already been said
  • Moorings - the ropes or chains that keep a boat from moving away from a particular place
  • Inconceivable - impossible to think about or imagine
  • Bitterly - in a way that shows that you are extremely angry, upset, or disappointed about something
  • Polarise - to form two very different groups, opinions, or situations that are completely opposite to each other, or to cause this to happen
  • Electorate - all the people who are allowed to vote in an election
  • Liberalism - an attitude of respecting and allowing many different types of beliefs or behaviour
  • Dismayed - very upset, disappointed, or annoyed about something surprising or shocking that has happened

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