The Hindu Newspaper Vocabulary Pdf 23-02-2020


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We have decided to provide you all with these Important English Vocabulary For Competitive Exams Pdf.

It will help you all by strengthening your day to day English words in the various competitive exams for whichever you are preparing.

The exams in which these The Hindu Daily Vocabulary Pdf will prove useful are UPSC Civil Services (IAS), State Level Civil Services Or Public Service Commission (PSC) Exams, IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, RBI Grade B, SSC Graduate Level Exams, Bank PO and Clerk, NDA, CDS, Railway, RRB, SSC, Bank, SBI, IBPS, SSC CGL.

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Why Is Daily Vocabulary Important

Vocabulary is an important part of major competitive exam it always plays a vital role in clearing sectional cut-off in competitive exams like IBPS PO, SBI PO, RBI, SSC, and other exams.

A strong vocabulary always helps you to solve the English language section in any competitive exam along with this it is very helpful in your day to day life and grooms your personality.

So dear friends, let’s read today’s The Hindu Newspaper Vocabulary Pdf

Daily The Hindu Important Vocabulary 23rd February 2020

1.RECALCITRANT (NOUN/ADJECTIVE): (आज्ञा न मानने वाला): Having obstinately uncooperative attitude.

Synonyms: unmanageable, contrary

Antonyms: docile, amenable

Example Sentence: Some politicians are nothing but a stiff-necked recalcitrant and trouble maker.

2. WANTON (ADJECTIVE): (ऊधमी): Deliberate and unprovoked.

Synonyms: senseless, unjustifiable 

Antonyms: rational, reasonable 

Example Sentence: He presented a wanton idea in the meeting.

3. CAVORT (VERB): (उछलना-कूदना): Jump about playfully 

Synonyms: prank, play 

Antonyms: work, study 

Example Sentence: A kid was cavorting around the corner.

4.CONSENSUS (NOUN): (मतैक्य): A general agreement.

Synonyms: agreement, harmony

Antonyms: disagreement, minority view

Example Sentence: “there is a growing consensus that the current regime has failed”

5. SAPPING (VERB): (शक्तिहीन या निर्बल करना): Gradually weaken or destroy (a person’s strength or power).

Synonyms: erode, wear away

Antonyms: refreshing, absorbing

Example Sentence: “our energy is being sapped by bureaucrats and politicians”

6. NULLIFYING (Verb): (मंसूख़ करना): Make legally null and void; invalidate.

Synonyms: annul, declare null and void

Antonyms: ratify, validate, confirm

Example Sentence: “judges were unwilling to nullify government decisions”

7. CURATIVE (ADJ/NOUN): (रोग निवारक) able to cure disease, healing, remedial.

Synonyms: corrective, healthful

Antonyms: damaging, harmful

Example Sentence: Herbs have a lot of curative properties, and must be included in diet.

8. CLEMENCY (NOUN): (दया): Mercy, Lenience

Synonyms: indulgence, charity

Antonyms: cruelty, meanness

Example Sentence: The family members of the accused asked for clemency.

9. EXPEDITE (VERB): (शीघ्र): Make a process faster, speed up, accelerate

Synonyms: accelerate, quicken

Antonyms: delay, retard

Example Sentence: The government has promised to expedite state reforms to generate employment.

10. CURB (NOUN/VERB): (नियंत्रण): Restrain or keep in check.

Synonyms: constrain, hinder

Antonyms: advance, indulge

Example Sentence: She promised she would curb her temper.

Tricks To Learn English Vocabulary Faster

The great and easiest way to learn vocabulary is only possible by reading, reading, and reading. You can read whatever you want it may be book, magazine, newspaper or storybook, after reading try to work on sentence making it helps you put everything you have learned into action.

So you have learned a new word and you understand when to use it. but in your competitive exams major part of the English language section cover by The Hindu Vocabulary so firstly you develop your reading interest and then focus on The Hindu vocabulary.

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You can also learn new words is to play word games like Scrabble and Boggle. They are a great way to practice your vocabulary and also learn new vocabulary in a fun way.

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