The Hindu Vocabulary 5 January 2022

2022-01-05

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 5 January 2022 is from the Editorial titled ‘Safety at all costs: On implementation of safety protocols in fireworks industry.’

 

Word

Part of Speech

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Implementation

Noun

An act of putting something into effect.

(कार्यान्वयन)

Application, Discharge, Employment, Achievement

Nonfulfillment, Nonperformance, Dissatisfaction, Idleness

The implementation of policies to save the environment will determine the future.

Protocol

Noun

The customs and regulations related to diplomatic formality

(संलेख)

Agreement, Code, Obligation, Pact

Disagreement, Rudeness, Crudeness, Impoliteness

The security protocol for the state leaders is very strict.

Hub

Noun

 

A centre of activity.

(एक गतिविधि का प्रभावी केंद्र)

Core, Focus, Heart, Pivot, Axis, Base, Capital, Locus

Exterior, Outside, Surface

The Mall has become the hub of the city.

Relentless

Adjective

Remaining strict or determined

(दयाहीन)

Determined, Dogged, Ferocious, Harsh

Compassionate, Easy, Gentle, Flexible

The company was relentless in its approach to achieving the targets.

Vigil

Noun

The act of keeping awake or alert at times when sleep is customary.

 (जागरूक)

Observance, Patrol, Attention, Awareness

Disregard, Indifference, Neglect, Ignorance

The watchman was supposed to be vigil instead of sleeping.

Usher

Noun

A person who walks before a person of higher rank.

A person who escorts other persons to seats.

(प्रवेशक)

Attendant, Conductor, Doorkeeper, Escort

-

The proper naming of the guests as per seats will help the usher do his work.

Extent

Noun

The degree or space to which something extends.

(क्षेत्र)

Amount, Degree, Duration, Measure

Extreme

The extent of the companies by the Reliance group is limitless.

Adherence

Noun

Faithful attachment.

(अनुपालन)

Attachment, Loyalty, Obedience, Faithfulness

Disloyalty, Inconstancy, Unsteadiness

His adherence to the policies of the political party was admired by everyone.

Paradigm

Noun

An outstanding example.

Framework shared by members of any group.

(मिसाल)

Archetype, Chart, Criterion, Ideal

-

The organisation’s business paradigm has been shared with everyone.

Enforcement

Noun

The act of imposing upon some person.

(प्रवर्तन)

Administration, Application, Imposition, Prosecution

Abandon, Disregard, Forgetfulness, Neglect

The law enforcement agency works to prevailing the law and order in society.

Absolve

Verb

To free from guilt or accusations.

To grant pardon.

(दोषमुक्त करना)

Acquit, Exempt, Forgive, Relieve

Accuse, Blame, Censure, Charge

The judge absolved Ramesh of all the charges.

Amend

Verb

To modify or change through a formal procedure.

(संशोधन)

Ameliorate, Better, Help, Perfect

Worsen, Bad, Lower, Harm

The law was amended as there was a requirement to think for the neglected sections of society.

Surveillance

Noun

A watch over a person, premise, or any activity to gather information.

(निगरानी)

Care, Watch, Guidance, Regulation

Carelessness, Ignorance, Neglect, Indifference

The house of the suspect was kept under surveillance.

Dearth

Noun

An inadequate supply or scarcity.

(अकाल)

Crunch, Deficiency, Failure, Lack

Abundance, Amplitude, Opulence, Plenty

The cinema hall owners felt a dearth of a dependable blockbuster movie for the entire year.

Ensure

Verb

To make sure or guarantee

(सुनिश्चित करना)

Assure, Cinch, Guarantee, Establish, Protect

Endanger, Harm, Hurt, Injure

The coach ensured the success of the hockey team.

 

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