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August 05, 2019

The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary - 5th August 2019 - 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 August 2019. You can download PDF Version of these editorials and meanings from below link. Happy reading :)

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English Vocabulary from "The Hindu News Paper" - 5th  August 2019

Hindu Editorial Topic 1 : "Freeing Kulbhushan: On consular access"
  • Consular - related to a government official sent to live in another country and look after their own country’s citizens and business interests there
  • Verdict - an official judgment made in a court
  • Unanimous - a unanimous decision, vote, agreement etc is one that everyone agrees with and supports
  • Violation - an action that is in opposition to a law, agreement, principle etc
  • Convention - a formal agreement between governments of different countries about how they should behave towards each other or towards the people in their country
  • Proceedings- the actions taken, usually in court, to settle a legal matter
  • Unimpeded - not interrupted or delayed
  • Concern - a feeling of worry about something, especially one that a lot of people have about an important issue
  • Three-fold - three times as much
  • Clear-cut - definite and easy to understand, recognize, or make a decision about
  • Augur - to be a sign of what may happen in the future
  • Trial - the process of examining a case in a court of law and deciding whether someone is guilty or innocent
  • Conviction - a decision by a court of law that someone is guilty of a crime
  • Sentence - a punishment given by a judge, usually involving a period of time that a person must spend in prison
  • Espionage - attempts to discover your enemy’s political, military, or industrial secrets using secret methods. Someone who does this is a spy
  • Monitor - to regularly check something or watch someone in order to find out what is happening
  • Purported - said by some people to be real or true, but not proved to be real or true
  • Confession - a spoken or written statement in which you admit that you have committed a crime
  • Adverse - negative, unpleasant, or harmful
  • Coercion - the use of force or threats to make someone do something
  • Overturn - to say officially that something such as a decision or law is wrong and change it
  • Hurdle - one of several problems that you must solve before you can do something successfully
  • Rhetoric - a style of speaking or writing that is intended to influence people
  • Former - used for describing someone or something that had a particular job, title, status etc in the past, but not now
  • Consistently - in the same way and without changing in behaviour, attitudes, or qualities
  • Firmly - definitely
  • Fury - a feeling of very strong anger that usually does not last very long
  • Allegation - a statement that someone has done something wrong or illegal even though this has not been proved
  • Deploy - if a government or army deploys soldiers or weapons, it uses them
  • Cluster - a small group of people or things that are very close to each other
  • Munitions - military weapons and equipment such as guns, bullets, and bombs
  • Civilian - someone who does not belong to the armed forces or the police
  • Infiltration - to secretly join an organization or go into a place in order to find out information about it or damage it
  • Ratcheted up - to increase something in controlled stages over a period of time
  • Ham-handed - doing things in an awkward or unskilled way when using the hands or dealing with people
  • Valley - a low area of land between mountains or hills, usually with a river flowing through it
  • Tragedy - a very sad event that causes people to suffer or die
  • Overshadow - to be a negative feature or influence that spoils something
  • Interpreter - someone whose job is to translate what a speaker is saying in one language into another language so that someone else can understand it
  • Ought to - used when you realize that someone did not do the right thing in the past
  • Perennial - always existing, or never seeming to change
  • Perspective - a way of thinking about something
  • Amend - to make changes to a document, law, agreement etc, especially in order to improve it
  • Paucity - a small amount of something that is not enough
  • Moot - a moot point, question, or issue is one that people disagree about
  • Optimally - in the way that is most likely to bring success or advantage
  • Mundane - ordinary and not interesting or exciting, especially because of happening too regularly
  • Impinge - to have an effect on something, especially in a negative way
  • Interpretation - an explanation of the meaning or importance of something
  • For instance - for example
  • Disaster - something very bad that happens and causes a lot of damage or kills a lot of people
  • Litigant - someone who is involved in a disagreement that is being examined in a court of law
  • Ostensibly - used for saying that although someone pretends to have one reason for something, there is in fact another reason
  • Public interest - the fact that the public has a right to know about something because it affects them
  • Liquidate - to close a business and sell everything that it owns, usually in order to pay money that is owed
  • Burgeoning - growing or developing quickly
  • Docket - a document that gives information about what is inside something such as a parcel
  • Restraint - the limit or control of the expression of strong emotion or opinion
  • Oral - spoken but not written
  • Adherence - the action of continuing to obey a rule, law, agreement etc
  • Preserve - to take care of a place or building in order to prevent it from being harmed or destroyed
  • Apex - the top or highest part of something
  • Arbiter - a person or organization that has official power to settle disagreements
  • Statutory - controlled by a law or statute
  • Interpretation - an explanation of the meaning or importance of something
  • Detract - to make something seem less good, attractive, or important
  • Worthwhile - if something is worthwhile, it is worth the time, money, or effort that you spend on it
  • Appellate - relating to a legal appeal
  • Far-flung - far away from where you are or from towns and cities
  • Disposal - the process of getting rid of something

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