The Hindu Vocabulary Analysis 25 April, 2019
In this world of competitive exams, ‘Vocabulary’ takes a vital role in every exam. Several banking and Government exams like PO, Clerk, IBPS RRB, CGL, CHSL, State Level exams, Other Exams etc. JOBAPPLY provides you 10 new words in The Hindu Vocabulary on the daily basis which will benefit you not only in upcoming examinations but also to improve English writing skill. We have mentioned the important words with the meaning, synonyms and antonyms along with the example to give a clear concept about the words. We Know in English Part the vocabulary mostly comes from THE HINDU Newspapers in the competitive exams. Therefore it is very important to read and memories. You can give online test your vocabulary and evaluate your preparation of your respective exams.
1. EXEGESIS (NOUN): detailed explanation:(टिप्पणी)
Synonyms: interpretation, analysis, clarification
Antonyms: succinct, concise
That is to say, it is concerned with academic biblical exegesis and academic dogmatic theology.
2. NUGATORY (ADJECTIVE): worthless:(नगण्य)
Synonyms: insignificant, piddling, valueless
Antonyms: competent, adequate
First of all, the sums involved in the new savings accounts are nugatory.
3. LOOM (VERB): appear, often imposingly:(सम्भावना होना)
Synonyms: dominate, hover, emerge
Antonym: abandon, decline
Similarly, Indian women are the only ones who weave on backstrap or stick looms, while both Indian and Ladino men weave on foot looms.
4. POISED (ADJECTIVE): having self-confidence and self-assurance:(संतुलित)
Synonyms: confident, self-believing
Antonyms: fearful, timid
Despite the chaos, the soldier remained poised and calm as he directed the people through the emergency exits.
5. RECKON (VERB): to anticipate a specific thing will occur:(गिनना)
Synonyms: surmise, suppose
Antonyms: disbelieve, doubt
Weather analysts reckon the monsoon is moving south because southern cities are enjoying rains.
6. MANUMISSION (NOUN): release from slavery: (दासत्वमुक्तत)
Synonyms: freedom, emancipation
Antonym: slavery, restraint
Manumission allowed former slaves to become landowners.
7. FRENZY (NOUN): out of control behavior: (पागिपन)
Synonyms: hysteria, outburst
Antonyms: calm, composed
James is such a spoilt kid that he would often go into a frenzy when he didn’t get his way.
8. CASTIGATE (ADJECTIVE): to criticize severely: (फिकारना)
Synonyms: berate, revile
Antonyms: appreciate, flatter
One cannot castigate students and blame them for their failure if they are not provided with the resources they need.
9. INDELIBLE (ADJECTIVE): difficult to remove or wash erased: (अलमि)
Synonyms: indestructible, memorable
Antonyms: erasable, temporary
Mr. Herald will always have an indelible place in all our hearts, as he showed up for help when no one did.
10. ELUCIDATE (VERB): to make easy to understand: (स्पष्ि करना)
Synonyms: explicate, expound
Antonyms: obscure, complicate
Even if you cannot read the Spanish, the caricatures under the words will elucidate the message.