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English Vocabulary from The Hindu Newspaper 30 November 2015

English Vocabulary Preparation from The Hindu Newspaper 30 November 2015 with Meaning in Hindi, English and their Sentence & Synonyms
Here we are presenting English Vocabulary word meanings from "The Hindu" Newspaper Editorial 30.11.2015 Edition. This will help you in preparation of exams like SSC, IBPS, UPSC etc. Competitive & Entrance exams and improve your score.

English Vocabulary Preparation from The Hindu Newspaper 30 November 2015 with meaning in Hindi & Synonyms

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Word: Meaning in English - Meaning in Hindi - Synonyms

English Vocabulary from The Hindu Newspaper 30.11.2015 Editorial

Here are the difficult words and their meaning in English, Hindi, Synonyms and sentence with that word from "The Hindu" Newspaper Editorials for English Language Preparation.
Thrilling - causing excitement and pleasure; exhilarating - रोमांचक
"a thrilling adventure"

Anticipation - the action of anticipating something; expectation or prediction - प्रत्याशा
"her eyes sparkled with anticipation"
synonyms - expectation, prediction, forecast

Replicated - make an exact copy of; reproduce - दोहराया
"it might be impractical to replicate Eastern culture in the west"
synonyms - copy, reproduce, duplicate, make a copy of, make a replica of

Abbreviated - shortened; cut short - संक्षिप्त
"an abbreviated version of the earlier work"

Overhang - hang or extend outwards over - आगे निकलना
"a concrete path overhung by jacaranda trees"
synonyms - stick out (over), stand out (over), extend (over), project (over), protrude (over), jut (over), jut out (over), poke out (over), beetle (over), bulge out (over), loom (over), hang over, cantilever out (over)

Stadia - an ancient Roman or Greek measure of length, about 185 metres (originally the length of a stadium).

Reviving - restore to life or consciousness - पुनर्जीवित
"both men collapsed, but were revived"
synonyms - resuscitate, bring round, bring to life, bring back, bring someone (back) to their senses, bring back to consciousness, bring back from the edge of death

Rivalry - competition for the same objective or for superiority in the same field - होड़
"there always has been intense rivalry between the clubs"
synonyms - competitiveness, competition, contention, vying

Privilege - a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group - विशेषाधिकार
"education is a right, not a privilege"
synonyms - advantage, right, benefit, prerogative, entitlement, birthright, due

Egalitarianism - Egalitarianism (from French égal, meaning "equal")—or, rarely, equalitarianism or equalism—is a trend of thought that favors equality for all people. Egalitarian doctrines maintain that all humans are equal in fundamental worth or social status, according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - समतावाद

Slapdash - done too hurriedly and carelessly - किसी न किसी तरह
"he gave a slapdash performance"
synonyms - careless, slipshod, lackadaisical, hasty, hurried, disorganized, haphazard, unsystematic, untidy, messy, thrown together, last-minute, hit-or-miss, offhand, thoughtless, heedless, negligent, neglectful, remiss, cursory, perfunctory, lax, slack

Acclimatised - become accustomed to a new climate or new conditions; adjust - हिसाब से ढल
"it's unknown whether people will acclimatize to increasingly warm weather"
synonyms - adjust, adapt, attune, accustom, get (someone) accustomed, get (someone) used, accommodate, habituate, assimilate, acculturate, become inured, harden, condition, reconcile, become resigned, resign oneself

Curiosity - a strong desire to know or learn something - जिज्ञासा
"filled with curiosity, she peered through the window"
synonyms - inquisitiveness, interest, spirit of enquiry; informalnosiness
"his evasiveness roused my curiosity"

Thrilling - causing excitement and pleasure; exhilarating - रोमांचक
"a thrilling adventure"

Anticipation - the action of anticipating something; expectation or prediction - प्रत्याशा
"her eyes sparkled with anticipation"
synonyms - expectation, prediction, forecast

Replicated - make an exact copy of; reproduce - दोहराया
"it might be impractical to replicate Eastern culture in the west"
synonyms - copy, reproduce, duplicate, make a copy of, make a replica of

Abbreviated - shortened; cut short - संक्षिप्त
"an abbreviated version of the earlier work"

Overhang - hang or extend outwards over - आगे निकलना
"a concrete path overhung by jacaranda trees"
synonyms - stick out (over), stand out (over), extend (over), project (over), protrude (over), jut (over), jut out (over), poke out (over), beetle (over), bulge out (over), loom (over), hang over, cantilever out (over)

Stadia - an ancient Roman or Greek measure of length, about 185 metres (originally the length of a stadium).

Reviving - restore to life or consciousness - पुनर्जीवित
"both men collapsed, but were revived"
synonyms - resuscitate, bring round, bring to life, bring back, bring someone (back) to their senses, bring back to consciousness, bring back from the edge of death

Rivalry - competition for the same objective or for superiority in the same field - होड़
"there always has been intense rivalry between the clubs"
synonyms - competitiveness, competition, contention, vying

Privilege - a special right, advantage, or immunity granted or available only to a particular person or group - विशेषाधिकार
"education is a right, not a privilege"
synonyms - advantage, right, benefit, prerogative, entitlement, birthright, due

Egalitarianism - Egalitarianism (from French égal, meaning "equal")—or, rarely, equalitarianism or equalism—is a trend of thought that favors equality for all people. Egalitarian doctrines maintain that all humans are equal in fundamental worth or social status, according to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - समतावाद

Slapdash - done too hurriedly and carelessly - किसी न किसी तरह
"he gave a slapdash performance"
synonyms - careless, slipshod, lackadaisical, hasty, hurried, disorganized, haphazard, unsystematic, untidy, messy, thrown together, last-minute, hit-or-miss, offhand, thoughtless, heedless, negligent, neglectful, remiss, cursory, perfunctory, lax, slack

Acclimatised - become accustomed to a new climate or new conditions; adjust - हिसाब से ढल
"it's unknown whether people will acclimatize to increasingly warm weather"
synonyms - adjust, adapt, attune, accustom, get (someone) accustomed, get (someone) used, accommodate, habituate, assimilate, acculturate, become inured, harden, condition, reconcile, become resigned, resign oneself

Curiosity - a strong desire to know or learn something - जिज्ञासा
"filled with curiosity, she peered through the window"
synonyms - inquisitiveness, interest, spirit of enquiry; informalnosiness
"his evasiveness roused my curiosity"

Commemorate - mark or celebrate (an event or person) by doing or producing something - मनाना
"the victory was commemorated in songs"
synonyms - celebrate, pay tribute to, pay homage to, honour, salute, toast

Secularism - Secularism is a belief system that rejects religion, or the belief that religion should not be part of the affairs of the state or part of public education. The principles of separation of church and state and of keeping religion out of the public school system are an example ofsecularism - धर्मनिरपेक्षता

Contemporary - belonging to or occurring in the present - समकालीन
"the tension and complexities of our contemporary society"
synonyms - modern, present-day, present, current, present-time, immediate, extant

Enshrined - preserve (a right, tradition, or idea) in a form that ensures it will be protected and respected - प्रतिष्ठापित
"the right of all workers to strike was enshrined in the new constitution"
synonyms - set down, set out, spell out, express, lay down, set in stone, embody, realize, manifest, incorporate, represent, contain, include, preserve, treasure, immortalize, cherish
"the following rights should be enshrined in the treaty"

Emphasis - special importance, value, or prominence given to something - ज़ोर
"they placed great emphasis on the individual's freedom"
synonyms - prominence, importance, significance

Imbued - inspire or permeate with (a feeling or quality) - भर देना
"his works are invariably imbued with a sense of calm and serenity"
synonyms - permeate, saturate, diffuse, suffuse, pervade

Explicit - stated clearly and in detail, leaving no room for confusion or doubt - सुस्पष्ट
"the arrangement had not been made explicit"
synonyms - clear, direct, plain, obvious, straightforward, clear-cut, crystal clear, clearly expressed, easily understandable, blunt

Reaffirming - state again strongly - पुष्ट
"the prime minister reaffirmed his commitment to the agreement"

Laconic - (of a person, speech, or style of writing) using very few words - संक्षिप्त
"his laconic reply suggested a lack of interest in the topic"
synonyms - brief, concise, terse, succinct, short, economical, elliptical, crisp, pithy, to the point, incisive, short and sweet, compendious

Demeanour - outward behaviour or bearing - आचरण
"his happy demeanour"
synonyms - manner, air, attitude, appearance, look, aspect, mien, cast

Substantively - substantive is an adjective that means having a firm basis in reality and therefore important - स्वतंत्र

Communal - shared by all members of a community; for common use - सांप्रदायिक
"a communal bathroom and kitchen"
synonyms - shared, joint, common, general, public

Utterances - a spoken word, statement, or vocal sound - बयान
"he whispered, as if to lend his utterances an added confidentiality"
synonyms - remark, comment, word, expression, statement, observation, declaration, pronouncement

Tempted - entice or try to entice (someone) to do something that they find attractive but know to be wrong or unwise - बहक
"there'll always be someone tempted by the rich pickings of poaching"
synonyms - entice, persuade, convince, inveigle, induce, cajole, coax, woo

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