The Hindu Vocabulary 24 April 2021

2021-04-24

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 24 April 2021 is from the Editorial titled ‘Green and raw: On ‘tribunalisation’ of justice’.

 

Word

Part of Speech

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Adjudicate

Verb

act as a judge in a competition.

(निर्णय करना)

Judge, Adjudge, Try, Examine, Arbitrate

-

We requested her to adjudicate the fashion show.

Accessible

Adjective

able to be reached or entered.

(प्राप्य)

Reachable, Attainable, Approachable, Available, Obtainable

Inaccessible, Unreachable, Isolated, Remote, Lonely

The cave was accessible and occupied.

Interim

Adjective

in or for the intervening period; provisional.

(अन्तरिम)

Provisional, Temporary, Short-term, Transitional, Ad-interim

Permanent, Lasting, Enduring, Indefinite, Continuing, Perpetual

The interim ban was needed to control the urge.

Relevant

Adjective

closely connected or appropriate to what is being done or considered.

(उचित)

Pertinent, Applicable, Apposite, Apropos, Germane

Irrelevant, Immaterial, Unrelated, Peripheral, Trivial, Unimportant

All the relevant documents were shared by him.

Shorn

Verb

break off or cause to break off.

(छीना हुआ)

Slash, Slit, Pierce, Penetrate, Wound, Injure

Join, Conjoin, Gather, Connect, Relate, Link

They were shorn of their hair.

Stipulate

Verb

demand or specify (a requirement), typically as part of an agreement.

(शर्त लगाना)

Specify, Set down, Lay down, Ask, Evoke, Require

Suppress, Depress, Subdue, Defeat, Vanquish

Tarun stipulated the conditions for the ongoing project.

Contention

Noun

heated disagreement.

(विवाद)

Disagreement, Dispute, Discord, Variance, Argument, Friction

Agreement, Pact, Consensus, Harmony, Compact, Consent

The contention between the two –parties went on for long.

Wryly

Adverb

in a way that expresses dry, especially mocking, humour.

(व्यंग्यपूर्वक)

Amusingly, Funnily, Comically, Comical, Chucklesome

Serious, Boring, Monotonous, Tedious

Yash reflected wryly on his career.

Equivalence

Noun

the condition of being equal or equivalent in value, worth, function, etc.

(समानक)

Equality, Sameness, Unity, Identity, Uniformity, Affinity

Difference, Disparity, Discord, Averse

Knowledge of equivalence of the reports is much needed.

Scrutiny

Noun

critical observation or examination.

(छानबीन)

Inspection, Survey, Scan, Study, Perusal

Glance, Peek, Peep, Glimpse, Keek

The scrutiny of the existing processing is demanded.

Salutary

Adjective

producing good effects; beneficial.

(लाभदायक)

Beneficial, Good, Advantageous, Profitable, Productive, Helpful, Useful

Unwelcome, Irrelevant, Unwanted, Unasked, Unsolicited

The salutary lessons learnt from the incident is to be appreciated.

 

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