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English Vocabulary Preparation from The Hindu Newspaper 27 November 2015

English Vocabulary Preparation from The Hindu Newspaper 27 November 2015 with Meaning in Hindi, English and their Sentence & Synonyms
Here we are presenting English Vocabulary word meanings from "The Hindu" Newspaper Editorial 27.11.2015 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 27 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 26.11.2015 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.
Reshaping - gerund or present participle: reshaping
shape or form (something) differently or again - देगी
"the decrees will thoroughly reshape Poland's economy"

Resonated - produce or be filled with a deep, full, reverberating sound - प्रतिध्वनि
"the sound of the siren resonated across the harbour"

Opposed - anxious to prevent or put an end to; disagreeing with - विरोधी
"he was opposed to discrimination"
synonyms - against, (dead) set against

Derailed - obstruct (a process) by diverting it from its intended course - पटरी से उतर गई
"the plot is seen by some as an attempt to derail the negotiations"

Stagnation - Stagnation is the state of being still, or not moving, like a sitting puddle of water where stagnation attracts mosquitoes. The root of stagnation is the Latin word for "standing water," stagnatum - गतिहीनता

Combative - ready or eager to fight or argue - जुझारू
"he made some enemies with his combative style"
synonyms - pugnacious, aggressive, antagonistic, quarrelsome, argumentative, contentious, hostile, truculent, threatening, belligerent, bellicose, militant, warlike, warmongering, hawkish, militaristic

Reaped - harvest the crop from (a piece of land) - काटी
"farmers agreed to continue reaping the land by traditional means"
synonyms - harvest, garner, gather in, bring in, take in

Peronists - the political, economic, and social principles and policies associated with Perón and his regime and usually regarded as fascist.

Rejuvenate - make (someone or something) look or feel better, younger, or more vital - फिर से युवा करना
"a bid to rejuvenate the town centre"
synonyms - revive, revitalize, renew, regenerate, restore, breathe new life into, make someone feel young again, revivify, reanimate, resuscitate, refresh, reawaken, rekindle, put new life into, put new heart into, add some zest to, put some spark into, kick-start, uplift

Sagging - sink, subside, or bulge downwards under weight or pressure or through lack of strength - झोल, शिथिलता
"she let her head sag lower and lower"
synonyms - sink, subside, slump, crumple, loll, flop

Escalate - increase rapidly - गहरा बनाना
"the price of tickets escalated"
synonyms - increase rapidly, soar, rocket, shoot up, mount, surge, spiral, grow rapidly, rise rapidly, climb, go up

Ghastly - causing great horror or fear - भयंकर रूप से
"one of the most ghastly crimes ever committed"
synonyms - terrible, frightful, horrible, grim, awful, dire

Incursion - an invasion or attack, especially a sudden or brief one - चढ़ाई
"incursions into enemy territory"
synonyms - attack on, assault on, raid on, invasion of, storming of, overrunning of, foray into, blitz on, sortie into, sally against/into, advance on/into, push into, thrust into, descent on

Pose - present or constitute (a problem or danger) - ढोंग
"the sheer number of visitors is posing a threat to the area"
synonyms - constitute, present, create, cause, produce, give rise to, lead to, result in
"pollution levels pose a threat to people's health"

Coalitions - a temporary alliance for combined action, especially of political parties forming a government - गठबंधन
"a coalition between Liberals and Conservatives"
synonyms - alliance, union, partnership, affiliation, bloc, caucus

Confrontations - a hostile or argumentative situation or meeting between opposing parties - टकराव
"a confrontation with the legislature"
synonyms - conflict, clash, brush, fight, battle, contest, encounter, head-to-head, face-off, engagement, tangle, skirmish, collision, meeting, duel, incident, high noon

Obsessed - preoccupy or fill the mind of (someone) continually and to a troubling extent - दीवाना
"he was obsessed with the idea of revenge"
synonyms - preoccupy, be uppermost in someone's mind, prey on someone's mind, prey on, possess, haunt, consume, plague, torment, hound, bedevil, take control of, take over, become an obsession with, have a hold on, engross, eat up, have a grip on, grip, dominate, rule, control, beset, monopolize

Reinforce - strengthen or support (an object or substance), especially with additional material - प्रबलित
"the helmet has been reinforced with a double layer of cork"
synonyms - strengthen, fortify, bolster up, shore up, buttress, prop up, underpin, brace, stiffen, toughen, support, hold up; archaicunderprop
"experts constructed a new stone wall to reinforce the dam"

Indeed - used to emphasize a statement or response confirming something already suggested - वास्तव में
"it was not expected to last long, and indeed it took less than three weeks"
synonyms - as expected, to be sure, in fact, in point of fact, as a matter of fact, in truth, truly, actually, really, in reality, as it happens/happened, certainly, surely, for sure, undeniably, veritably, nay, if truth be told, you could say

Provoked - stimulate or give rise to (a reaction or emotion, typically a strong or unwelcome one) in someone - उकसाया
"the decision provoked a storm of protest from civil rights organizations"
synonyms - arouse, produce, evoke, cause, give rise to, occasion, call forth, draw forth, elicit, induce, inspire, excite, spark off, touch off, kindle, generate, engender, instigate, result in, lead to, bring on, contribute to, make for, foster, promote, breed, precipitate, prompt, trigger

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