The Hindu Vocabulary 27 February 2021

2021-02-27

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 27 February 2021 is from the Editorial titled ‘Vaccine inequities: On need to vaccinate all above 45’.

 

Word

Part of Speech

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Inequities

Noun

lack of fairness or justice.

(अन्याय)

Unfairness, Injustice, Partisanship, Partiality

Fair, Just, Impartial, Reasonable

The inequities should now be balanced.

Comorbidities

Noun

the simultaneous presence of two or more diseases or medical conditions in a patient.

(एक मरीज में दो या अधिक बीमारियों या चिकित्सा स्थितियों की एक साथ उपस्थिति)

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Age and comorbidity may be of great risk.

Frontline

Adjective

the most important or influential position in a debate or movement.

(एक बहस या आंदोलन में सबसे महत्वपूर्ण या प्रभावशाली स्थिति)

Significant, Chief, Principal, Dominant, Salient, Prime

Unimportant, Inessential, Irrelevant, Unimportant

The frontline workers were given due importance.

Roping

Adjective

Connecting.

(जोड़ना)

Tie, Join, Fasten, Close, Bind

Separate, Sever, Extend, Spread, Differentiate

We have decided roping the entire process individually.

Glitch

Noun

a sudden, usually temporary malfunction or fault of equipment.

(गड़बड़)

Fault, Setback, Flaw, Defect, Snag, Error

Perfect, Ideal, Accurate, Just

There was a technical glitch in the functioning of the code.

Uptake

Noun

the action of taking up or making use of something that is available.

(किसी चीज के उपयोग या लेने की क्रिया जो उपलब्ध है)

Hold, Charge, Take, Grasp, Capture

Give, Provide, Impart, Lend, Render

The canteen has taken the uptake of the evening meals.

Strikingly

Adverb

in a way that attracts attention by reason of being unusual, extreme, or prominent.

(आश्चर्यजनक ढंग से)

Greatly, Considerably, Extremely, Excitingly

Simply, Easily, Slightly, Lightly

It was strikingly bad to know that we were denied the right to speech.

Cue

Noun

 

 

 

 

 

a thing said or done that serves as a signal to an actor or other performer to enter or to begin their speech or performance.

(संकेत)

Sign, Signal, Hint, Prompt, Reminder, Nod, Suggestion

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We were not given any cue to start with the presentation.

Commendable

Adjective

deserving praise.

(सराहनीय)

Admirable, Praiseworthy, Laudable, Estimable, Meritorious, Creditable

Reprehensible, Deplorable, Disgraceful, Discreditable, Despicable

His idea was commendable.

Worsen

Verb

make or become worse.

(बदतर करना)

Aggravate, Exacerbate, Compound, Intensify

Subdue, Settle, Pacify, Quell

The patient’s condition worsened on the flight.

Hypertension

Noun

a state of great psychological stress.

(महान मनोवैज्ञानिक तनाव की स्थिति)

Trying, Stressful, Difficult, Taxing, Hard

Easy, Simple, Relaxing, Moderate

It was hypertension that he couldn’t live long.

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