The Hindu Vocabulary 12 September 2023

2023-09-12

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 12 September 2023 is from the Editorial title "India’s moment: on the G-20 Summit outcomes".

Word/Phrase

Part of Speech/Idiom

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Reimagine

 Verb

To rethink and recreate something in a new and imaginative way.

(नवाचित्रण किया गया)

Redesigned, Remodeled, Reinvented, Revamped, Reshaped, Transformed, Overhauled, Recreated, Repurposed, Renewed

Preserved, Maintained, Conserved, Retained, Preset, Fixed, Unaltered, Unchanged, Stagnant, Unmodified

The old building was reimagined as a modern art gallery, attracting visitors from all over the world.

Unanimous

 Adjective

Complete agreement among all members or participants.

(सबसे सहमत)

Consensual, Accordant, In agreement, United, Concurring, Harmonious, Solid, Undivided, Conformable, Congruous

Divided, Disagreement, Dissenting, Conflicting, Discordant, Disputed, Controversial, Fractional, Clashing, Opposing

The team reached a unanimous decision to move forward with the project.

Negotiation

 Noun

Discussion to reach an agreement or deal.

(समझौते)

Discussion, Bargaining, Talks, Deal-making, Diplomacy, Dialogue, Mediation, Conferencing, Parley, Agreement

Disagreement, Discord, Dispute, Standoff, Confrontation, Impasse, Hostility, Opposition, Struggle, Dissension

The negotiation between the two companies resulted in a mutually beneficial partnership.

Consensus

 Noun

General agreement or collective opinion.

(सामान्य सहमति)

Agreement, Harmony, Unity, Accord, Unanimity, Conformity, Consistency, Unison, Unanimous Decision, Concurrence

Disagreement, Discord, Dissension, Conflict, Division, Dispute, Contention, Contradiction, Dissonance, Disapproval

The consensus among the team members was that the new project was a great idea.

Insistence

 Noun

The act of demanding or requiring something firmly.

(दृढ़ आवश्यकता)

Persistence, Tenacity, Determination, Demand, Assertiveness, Perseverance, Resolve, Urgency, Doggedness, Firmness

Flexibility, Indifference, Leniency, Compliance, Submissiveness, Yielding, Passivity, Reluctance, Acquiescence, Complaisance

Her insistence on quality control helped maintain high product standards.

Neutral

 Adjective

Not taking sides or showing bias.

(तटस्थ)

Unbiased, Impartial, Unprejudiced, Objective, Uninvolved, Disinterested, Fair, Detached, Even-handed, Indifferent

Biased, Partial, Prejudiced, Partisan, Favoring, Involved, Subjective, Opinionated, Emotionally invested, Unfair

The mediator remained neutral during the conflict resolution process.

Reluctant

Adjective

Unwilling or hesitant to do something.

(अनिच्छुक)

Hesitant, Resistant, Unwilling, Disinclined, Averse, Dismissive, Relucting, Loath, Disobliging, Unenthusiastic

Eager, Willing, Enthusiastic, Keen, Ready, Amenable, Cooperative, Inclined, Obliging, Excited

He was reluctant to speak in public due to his shyness.

Tussle

 Noun

A brief, vigorous struggle or fight.

(झगड़ा)

Scuffle, Struggle, Clash, Fight, Brawl, Skirmish, Altercation, Quarrel, Conflict, Rumble

Peace, Harmony, Agreement, Truce, Accord, Cooperation, Conciliation, Resolution, Reconciliation, Understanding

There was a tussle over the last piece of cake at the party.

Adaptation

 Noun

Adjusting or changing to fit new conditions or circumstances.

(अनुकूलन)

Adjustment, Modification, Alteration, Conversion, Accommodation, Customization, Transformation, Flexibility, Change, Revision

Rigidity, Resistance, Unadaptability, Inflexibility, Inadaptation, Invariability, Stagnation, Unalterability, Fixity, Constancy

The adaptation of the novel into a movie required several changes to the storyline.

Mitigation

 Noun

The act of making something less severe or serious.

(कमी)

Alleviation, Reduction, Easing, Lessening, Abatement, Amelioration, Relief, Diminishment, Moderation, Softening

Aggravation, Intensification, Worsening, Escalation, Exacerbation, Amplification, Increase, Augmentation, Heightening, Deterioration

The mitigation of pollution requires the implementation of strict environmental regulations.

Albeit

Conjunction

Although, even though, or notwithstanding.

(यद्यपि)

Although, Though, Even though, Notwithstanding, Nevertheless, However, Yet, Still, Nonetheless, In spite of

Therefore, Hence, Thus, Consequently, So, Accordingly, As a result, For that reason, Ergo, Henceforth

Albeit it was raining heavily, they decided to go for a walk in the park.

Staid

Adjective

Dull, serious, and reserved in demeanor or character.

(गंभीर)

Serious, Sedate, Sober, Dignified, Reserved, Prudent, Composed, Unadventurous, Conventional, Restrained

Lively, Playful, Animated, Excitable, Spontaneous, Vivacious, Carefree, Unconventional, Bohemian, Exuberant

His staid personality made him a reliable choice for the leadership position.

Dub

 Verb

Named or called in a particular way.

(नामित)

Named, Titled, Designated, Labeled, Entitled, Styled, Termed, Called, Branded, Identified

Unnamed, Unlabeled, Anonymous, Unspecified, Untitled, Nameless, Undesignated, Unspecified, Unbranded, Unidentified

The movie was dubbed "The Blockbuster of the Year" by critics.

 

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