The Hindu Vocabulary 27 September 2021

2021-09-27

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 27 September 2021 is from the Editorial titled ‘Complex count: On caste census.’

Word

Part of Speech

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Precise

Adjective

Clear and Accurate

 (स्‍पष्‍ट और सही)

Actual, Correct, Definite, Explicit, Specific

Imprecise, Inaccurate, Incorrect, Flexible

His notes were so precise that anyone could understand them.

Abhorrent

Adjective

That makes you feel hate or disgust (घृणास्पद)

Despicable, Loathsome, Repulsive, Detestable

Admirable, Loved

The abhorrent behaviour of the party members annoyed the leader.

Imperative

Adjective

Very important or urgent

(अत्‍यावश्‍यक)

Compulsory, Crucial, Critical, Essential, Immediate

Inessential, Insignificant, Optional, Unimportant

It is imperative that you focus on studies rather than cricket.

Enumeration

Noun

The action of establishing the number of something.

(गणना)

Inventory, Catalog, List, Register

Concealment, Subtraction

The officer has completed the enumeration of the village members.

Perception

Noun

The way in which something is regarded, understood or interpreted.

(अनुभूति)

Approach, Attention, Attitude, Concept, Feeling

Concrete, Ignorance, Unconsciousness, Misunderstanding

Over the past decade, public perception has changed regarding cleanliness.

Assertion

Noun

A confident and forceful statement of fact or belief.

(बल देकर कहना)

Declaration, Contention, Statement, Submission, Claim

Desertion, Silence, Rejection, Quiet

His assertion that the project will not be successful may be true.

Cumbersome

Adjective

Slow or complicated and therefore inefficient

(कष्टकर)

Complicated, Complex, Burdensome, Inconvenient

Aiding, Fun, Airy, Convenient, Helpful

The new machine will be less cumbersome to carry around.

Evoke

Verb

Bring or recall (a feeling, memory, or image) to the conscious mind. (आह्वान)

Call up, Invoke, Kindle, Stimulate

Calm, Repress, Decrease, Ignore

Questionnaires should contain questions that evoke a yes or no. 

Render

Verb

Contribute

(योगदान)

Deliver, Distribute, Give, Provide

 

Keep, Hide, Take, Conceal

The restaurant renders the services only at night.

Inherent

Adjective

Existing in something as a permanent, essential, or characteristic attribute.

(अंतर्निहित)

Intrinsic, Innate, Built-in, Essential

Extrinsic, Auxiliary, Learned, Secondary

Peace is the inherent quality of every human being.

Infirmity

Noun

physical or mental weakness

(दुर्बलता)

Frailty, Weakness, Delicacy, Fragility

Health, Perfection, Ability, Advantage

It is his infirmity that he cannot take a stand against the wrong.

Clamour

Verb

Shout loudly and insistently

(कोलाहल)

 

Yell, Scream, Roar, Bay

Calm, Order, Silence, Agreement

The residents clamor against increment in the maintenance charges.

Flawless

Adjective

Perfect

(दोषरहित)

Perfect, Unmarked, Intact, Unimpaired

Blemished, Imperfect, Wrong, Corrupt

His verbal communication skills are flawless.

 

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In the question below, there are three statements followed by two conclusions I and II. You have to take the given statements to be true even if they seem to be at variance from commonly known facts. Read the conclusions and then decide which of the given conclusions logically follows from the given statements disregarding commonly known facts.

Statements:

I: All cow are dog.

II: All cat are cow.

III: No rat is a dog.

Conclusions:

I: Atleast some cow are rat

II: No rat is a cat