The Hindu Vocabulary 15 September 2023

2023-09-15

The vocabulary for The Hindu Editorial 15 September 2023 is from the Editorial titled “Limits of identity: On facilitating peace in Manipur".

Word/Phrase

Part of Speech/Idiom

Meaning

Synonyms

Antonyms

Example

Disconcerting

 Adjective

Causing confusion, disturbance, or discomfort.

(उलझाने वाला)

Disturbing, Confusing, Upsetting, Perturbing, Unsettling, Alarming, Unnerving, Troubling, Bewildering, Baffling

Reassuring, Comforting, Calming, Assuring, Soothing, Relaxing, Consoling, Encouraging, Composed, Reassured

The sudden change in plans was disconcerting for everyone, leaving them unsure of what to do next.

Strive

  Verb

To make great efforts or work hard toward a goal.

(प्रयास करना)

Endeavor, Attempt, Work, Labor, Toil, Try, Struggle, Push, Apply oneself, Aim

Relax, Rest, Abandon, Surrender, Give up, Cease, Halt, Desist, Quit, Neglect

She strives to excel in her studies by dedicating long hours to reading and research.

Affiliation

 Noun

The state of being formally connected or associated with an organization or group.

(संगठन)

Association, Membership, Connection, Relationship, Partnership, Alliance, Linkage, Connection, Ties, Involvement

Disaffiliation, Disconnection, Isolation, Separation, Detachment, Disassociation, Estrangement, Disunity, Dissociation, Alienation

His affiliation with the prestigious university opened up numerous opportunities for research and collaboration.

Mobilize

 Verb

To prepare or organize resources, people, or forces for a particular purpose or action.

(संचालित करना)

Rally, Activate, Deploy, Assemble, Marshal, Prepare, Organize, Muster, Call up, Summon

Disband, Demobilize, Deactivate, Disassemble, Disperse, Break up, Dismantle, Scatter, Deorganize, Disarm

The government decided to mobilize troops to provide disaster relief in the affected areas.

Disrupt

 Verb

To interrupt, disturb, or cause disorder in a process, system, or situation.

(बिगाड़ना)

Interrupt, Disturb, Upset, Derail, Hinder, Disarrange, Confuse, Disorganize, Sabotage, Intrude

Maintain, Stabilize, Sustain, Aid, Support, Facilitate, Assist, Order, Arrange, Harmonize

The sudden power outage disrupted the entire production process in the factory.

Loot

 Verb

To steal or plunder, typically during a robbery or raid.

(लूट)

Plunder, Rob, Pillage, Steal, Ransack, Booty, Sack, Despoil, Rifling, Strip

Protect, Guard, Defend, Preserve, Secure, Safeguard, Shield, Uphold, Safeguard, Secure

The bandits looted the travelers' belongings and fled into the forest.

Engage

 Verb

To occupy or involve oneself in a particular activity or conversation.

(लगाना)

Involve, Participate, Immerse, Occupy, Enlist, Entertain, Fascinate, Captivate, Absorb, Engross

Disengage, Withdraw, Abstain, Refrain, Distract, Divert, Neglect, Ignore, Repel, Reject

She decided to engage in a meaningful conversation with her friend rather than watching TV.

Semblance

 Noun

A superficial or outward appearance that may be misleading.

(दिखावट)

Appearance, Likeness, Resemblance, Pretense, Facade, Image, Pretending, Simulation, Pretension, Imitation

Reality, Truth, Authenticity, Genuine, Honesty, Sincerity, Transparency, Openness, Truthfulness, Candor

He maintained a semblance of calm, even though he was anxious on the inside.

Reconciliation

 Noun

The act of restoring friendly relations or resolving conflicts.

(सुलह)

Settlement, Resolution, Harmony, Agreement, Understanding, Rapport, Amicability, Accord, Compromise, Peacemaking

Disagreement, Conflict, Hostility, Discord, Strife, Feud, Antagonism, Division, Alienation, Rivalry

The successful reconciliation between the two feuding parties brought peace to the region.

Whip

 Verb

To beat or strike forcefully, often with a whip.

(सजाना)

Flog, Lash, Flagellate, Thrash, Beat, Strike, Spank, Scourge, Pummel, Belabor

 Spare, Pardon, Forgive, Excuse, Absolve, Condone, Spare, Overlook, Mercy, Spare

The cowboy whipped his horse to make it gallop faster.

Frenzy

 Noun

A state of extreme excitement or agitation.

(उत्तेजना)

Hysteria, Mania, Excitement, Frenetic, Delirium, Craze, Furor, Madness, Haste, Commotion

Calm, Serenity, Tranquility, Composure, Restraint, Sanity, Coolness, Sobriety, Quiet, Stillness

The announcement of a surprise sale caused a frenzy among shoppers who rushed to the store.

Trauma

 Noun

A deeply distressing or disturbing experience, often causing emotional or psychological distress.

(सदमा)

Shock, Distress, Upset, Agony, Torment, Wound, Suffering, Affliction, Ordeal, Scarring

Healing, Recovery, Comfort, Relief, Wellness, Resilience, Normalcy, Calm, Ease, Serenity

The car accident left her with physical and emotional trauma that took months to overcome.

 

BIGGEST SALE EVER get 35% Off
Use Coupon code FEB24

six months current affairs 2023 july december Rs.199/- Read More
half yearly financial awareness july december 2023 Rs.199/- Read More
half yearly current affairs jan july 2023 in detail Rs.219/- Read More
half yearly current affairs jul dec 2023 in detail Rs.219/- Read More

Share Blog


Current Affairs

Attempt Daily Current
Affairs Quiz

Attempt Quiz



Question Of The Day

___________ is the change in total utility due to consumption of one additional unit of a commodity. / ____ एक वस्तु की एक अतिरिक्त इकाई की खपत के कारण कुल उपयोगिता में परिवर्तन है।


x