The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary | SSC CGL Tier-II 2017 Exam

Dear Students, “learning English can be challenging and time-consuming, we can see that it is also very valuable to learn and can create many opportunities!” SSC CGL Tier-2 2017 will be conducted from 21st December 2017 to 24 December 2017. Now, You have great chance to prove your worth and Get an esteemed job through SSC CGL Exam 2017. These English Vocabulary Words are based on The Hindu Editorial Newspaper. Study, Learn and Succeed with Adda247.
प्रिय विद्यार्थियों,“अंग्रेजी सीखना थोड़ा समय लेने वाला एक चुनौती पूर्ण कार्य हो सकता है, लेकिन हमारा मानना है कि अंग्रेजी बहुत महत्वपूर्ण है और इससे ही नए अवसर प्राप्त होते हैं”! एसएससी सीजीएल 2017 21 दिसंबर 2017 से 24 दिसंबर 2017 को आयोजित होने जा रही है, तो यही वह अवसर है जब आप खुद को साबित कर सकते हैं और एसएससी सीजीएल परीक्षा 2017 के माध्यम से सम्मानीय सरकारी नौकरी प्राप्त कर सकते हैं. यह अंग्रेजी शब्दावली हिन्दू सम्पादकीय समाचार पत्र पर आधारित है. अध्ययन कीजिए और adda 247 के साथ सफल हो जाईए.

1.Prerogative (noun)-परमाधिकार, सुविधा-प्राप्त होनेवाला
Meaning: a right or privilege exclusive to a particular individual or class.
Synonyms: entitlement, right, privilege, advantage, due, birthright.
Example: On November 10, a five-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court led by the Chief Justice of India, in a case concerning corruption arising out of certain judicial proceedings, declared that the Chief Justice is the master of the roster with the sole prerogative to determine which Bench of judges gets to hear which cases.
2.Embodiment (noun)-अवतार
Meaning: a tangible or visible form of an idea, quality, or feeling.
Synonyms: personification, incarnation, incorporation, realization, manifestation, expression, representation, actualization, concretization, symbol, symbolization. 
Example: That the Chief Justice, as the head of the judiciary, determines the roster is a platitude that pales in public significance to the critical role of the Chief Justice as the embodiment of moral authority of the entire judicial system. 
3.Probity (noun)-ईमानदारी, सत्यनिष्ठा
Meaning: the quality of having strong moral principles; honesty and decency.
Synonyms: integrity, honesty, uprightness, decency, morality, rectitude, goodness, virtue, right-mindedness, trustworthiness, truthfulness, honour, honourableness, justice, fairness, equity.
Example: This moral authority suffered a fatal blow when the Chief Justice chose to reassert his own administrative powers in the face of allegations concerning the possible lack of probity of senior public functionaries. The situation demanded statesmanship — unfortunately the Court engaged in whataboutery, raising the spectre of contempt of court, only to drop it finally.
4.Whataboutery (noun)-आरोप-प्रत्यारोप 
Meaning: the technique or practice of responding to an accusation or difficult question by making a counter-accusation or raising a different issue.
Example: The situation demanded statesmanship — unfortunately the Court engaged in whataboutery, raising the spectre of contempt of court, only to drop it finally.
5.Genesis (noun)-उत्पत्ति
Meaning: the origin or mode of formation of something.
Synonyms: origin, source, root, beginning, commencement, start, outset
Example: The genesis of this episode lies in the filing of petitions by Prasad Education Trust before the Supreme Court and Allahabad High Court.
6.Moot (adjective)-विवादास्पद
Meaning: subject to debate, dispute, or uncertainty.
Synonyms: debatable, open to debate, open to discussion, arguable, questionable, at issue, open to question, open, doubtful, open to doubt, disputable, contestable, controvertible, problematic, problematical, controversial, contentious, vexed, disputed, unresolved, unsettled, up in the air, undecided, yet to be decided, undetermined, unconcluded.
Example: It is moot whether the Bench entrusted by the Chief Justice would ensure justice or not — the critical point is that such a Bench chosen by the Chief Justice was congenitally defective.
7.Plausible (adjective)-प्रशंसनीय, संभाव्य 
Meaning: (of an argument or statement) seeming reasonable or probable.
Synonyms: credible, reasonable, believable, likely, feasible, probable, tenable, possible, conceivable, imaginable, within the bounds of possibility, convincing, persuasive, cogent, sound, rational, logical, acceptable, thinkable. 
Example: This episode of plausible administrative impropriety was unfortunately compounded by the Chief Justice constituting a five-judge Bench, including himself, to hear the matter on the judicial side. 
8.Suffice (verb)-पर्याप्त होना
Meaning: be enough or adequate.
Synonyms: be enough, be sufficient, be adequate, do, serve, meet requirements, satisfy demands, answer/fulfil/meet one’s needs, answer/serve the purpose, pass muster. 
Example: Again, whether the right decision was reached or not is moot — a decision was reached in which the Chief Justice was unarguably judge in his own cause. That itself suffices to make this judgment bad in law.
9.Cardinal (adjective)-आधारभूत 
Meaning: of the greatest importance; fundamental.
Synonyms: fundamental, basic, main, chief, primary, prime, principal, premier, first, leading, capital, paramount, pre-eminent. 
Example: First, the cardinal principle that the Chief Justice of India is the master of the roster must be re-examined.
10.Tenet (noun)-सिद्धांत
Meaning: a principle or belief, especially one of the main principles of a religion or philosophy.
Synonyms: principle, belief, doctrine, precept, creed, credo, article of faith, dogma, canon, rule. 
Example: Although there can scarcely be any argument against it as a tenet of judicial discipline, it would be naive to consider it an absolute principle of justice delivery.



   

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