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January 05, 2019

5th 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 5th January 2019. Happy reading :)

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

Download PDF Version of Hindu Editorial Vocabulary 5th January 2019 from HERE

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "A global slowdown ?"
  • Slowdown - a period when there is less activity
  • Policymaker - a member of a government department, legislature, or other organization who is responsible for making new rules, laws, etc
  • Recession  - a period when trade and industry are not successful and there is a lot of unemployment
  • Extreme - very great in degree
  • Volatility - likely to change suddenly and unexpectedly, especially by getting worse
  • Grinding halt - a situation in which something gradually stops operating completely
  • Expansion - the process of increasing in size and filling more space
  • Overdue - if something is overdue, it should have been done before now
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Rein in - to control something and stop it increasing
  • Massive -     very large in amount or degree
  • Dampen - to make something such as a feeling or hope less strong
  • Potential - possible or likely in the future
  • Faltering - becoming less effective and successful
  • Commodity - something that can be bought and sold, especially a basic food product or fuel
  • Monetary policy -  actions taken by a government to control the amount of money in an economy and how easily available it is, for example by changing the interest rate
  • Firepower - the amount of money or skills available
  • Full-fledged - completely developed or trained
  • Despite - used for saying that something happens even though something else might have prevented it
  • Gradual - gradual processes and changes happen slowly and by small amounts
  • Unwind  - to begin to relax after you have been working hard or feeling nervous
  • Thus - as a result of the fact that you have just mentioned
  • Unconventional - different from what most people consider to be usual or normal
  • Stimulate - to encourage something to happen, develop, or improve
  • Ramp up - a large increase in activity or in the level of something
  • Compensate - to change or remove the bad result of something
  • Leeway - the amount of freedom that someone has to make their own decisions or to take action
  • Accommodative - willing to adjust to differences in order to obtain agreement
  • Mired - caught in an unpleasant situation that you cannot easily escape from
  • Eventually - at the end of a process or period of time in which many things happen
  • Diminishing returns  - a situation in which benefits or profits do not increase enough to make it worth making more effort or spending more money
  • Escalation - to become or make something become greater or more serious
  • Imminent - likely or certain to happen very soon
  • Tariff - a tax that a government charges on goods that enter or leave their country
  • Reform - a change that is intended to correct a situation that is wrong or unfair, or make a system work more effectively
  • Productivity - the rate at which goods are produced, especially in relation to the time, money, and workers needed to produce them
  • Boost - to help something to increase, improve, or become more successful
  • Abuse - to use something in a bad, dishonest, or harmful way
  • Blind spot - an area that you cannot see
  • Revelation - a surprising piece of information
  • Sexual abuse - the act of having sex with a child or old person or someone who is mentally ill, against that person's wishes or without that person's agreement
  • Inmate - someone who is kept in a prison, mental hospital, or other institution
  • Rescue - to save someone from a dangerous or unpleasant situation
  • Exploitation - unfair treatment of someone
  • Predation - the action of attacking
  • Rot - to be in a physical or mental condition that is gradually getting worse
  • Juvenile - relating to a young person who is not yet old enough to be considered an adult
  • Address - to give attention to or deal with a matter or problem
  • Lacuna - an empty space where something is missing, for example from a piece of writing
  • Semblance of something - a situation in which something only appears in a small amount
  • Orphan - a child whose parents are dead
  • Abandon - left alone by someone who should stay with you and look after you
  • Traffic  - to illegally buy or sell people, or make money from work they are forced to do, such as sex work
  • Victim - someone who has been harmed, injured, or killed as the result of a crime
  • Disaster - something very bad that happens and causes a lot of damage or kills a lot of people
  • Vent - to express your feelings of anger very strongly
  • Grievance - a complaint about being treated in an unfair way
  • Underscore - to emphasize something, or to show that it is important
  • Virtually - used for emphasizing that a statement is almost completely true
  • Scrutiny - careful examination of someone or something
  • Adoption - the process of making a child legally part of your family, or an instance of this
  • Disclose - to give information to people, especially information that was secret
  • Uniformity - the state of being the same as each other or as everything else
  • Audit - a careful examination of something,
  • Nutrition - food considered as something that keeps you healthy
  • Sanitation - conditions and processes relating to people’s health, especially the systems that supply water and deal with human waste
  • Obviously - in a way that is clear for almost anyone to see or understand
  • Incentive - something that makes you want to do something or to work harder, because you know that you will benefit by doing this
  • Distress - a feeling that you have when you are very unhappy, worried, or upset
  • Vital - very important, necessary, or essential
  • Imperative - extremely important and urgent
  • Blueprint - a detailed plan for doing something new, or something that is a model for how something should be done
  • Credentialed - having the qualifications that show you are trained or suitable for a job

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