The Hindu Vocabulary 17 June 2021

2021-06-17

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 17 June 2021 is from the Editorial titled ‘The invisible tax: On hopes of smooth rebound of economy’.

 

Word

Part of Speech

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Rebound

Verb

recover in value, amount, or strength after a decrease or decline.

(फिर से उछाल आना)

Recover, Rally, Pick up, Recovery, Comeback

Decline, Slowdown, Dive, Drop, Drool

We all wish for the economy to rebound to normal state.

Emergent

Adjective

in the process of coming into being or becoming prominent.

(उद्गामी)

Emerging, Beginning, Flourishing, Arising, Developing

Diminishing, Dropping, Declining, Failing

The emergent one in this field is the organisation run by him.

In tandem

Phrase

alongside each other.

(एक के पीछे एक)

Alongside, Close to, Next, Beside

Far, Farther, Distant, Afar, Distance

All my thoughts and ideas are in tandem.

Runaway

Adjective

denoting something happening or done very quickly, easily, or uncontrollably.

(बहुत ही तेज़)

Easy, Effortless, Rampant, Uncontrolled, Unchecked, Unbridled

Controlled, Restrained, Curbed, Checked, Bridled

We were amazed with the runaway success of the book.

Respite

Noun

a short delay.

(विराम)

Break, Rest, Postponement, Delay, Interval, Intermission

Incessant, Continuous, Unbroken, Continual, Ceaseless

My excuse could bring me only temporary respite.

Manoeuvre

Noun

a carefully planned or cunning scheme or action.

(चाल)

Startagem, Tactic, Gambit, Ploy, Trick, Dodge

Unplanned, Immediate, Straight, Instant, Prompt

His manoeuvre got him this job.

Accommodative

Adjective

willing to fit in with someone's wishes or needs

(समझौतापरक)

Fit, Suitable, Relevant, Pertinent, Apt, Appropriate

Unfit, Unsuitable, Unable, Inappropriate

The accommodative policy was not supported by all.

Advocating

Verb

publicly recommend or support.

(वकालत)

Recommend, Prescribe, Support, Commend, Praise, Favour

Reject, Shun, Avoid, Refuse, Decline

Rajesh advocates that the proposal is inappropriate.

Obfuscated

Verb

make obscure, unclear, or unintelligible.

(समझ से परे)

Obscure, Confuse, Blur, Muddle, Jumble

Clear, Clarity, Apparent, Visible, Clarify, Justify

All my property and belongings were obfuscated in a weird manner.

Reeling

Verb

walk in a staggering or lurching manner, especially while drunk.

(लड़खड़ाते हुए)

-

-

The economy at present is reeling under pressure.

Untenable

Adjective

not able to be maintained or defended against attack or objection.

(असमर्थनीय)

Indefensible, Undefendable, Unarguable, Insupportable

Tenable, Defensible, Justifiable, Sustainable

The argument with Rishab is anyways untenable.

Offset

Noun

a consideration or amount that diminishes or balances the effect of an opposite one.

(प्रतिसंतुलन)

-

-

The amount imparted to the widow is an offset to her income.

 

 

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