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Dear students, English language is the flavor of the millennium. In every aspect of life, we need great English language skills to stand out and be a success in your chosen field. In your competitive Exams for govt. jobs, English section is the most challenging. The best way to improve your language skills is by Reading newspapers. We are providing 10 vocabulary words from The Hindu Newspaper Editorial. Read and learn.

1.Transpire (verb)

Meaning: (of a secret or something unknown) come to be known; be revealed.
Synonyms: become known, become apparent, be revealed, be disclosed, come to light, emerge, come out, get out, be discovered, be uncovered, materialize, leak out, turn out, be made public. 
Example: The incidents in Basirhat seem eerily similar to what transpired in Kaliachak in Malda district in January 2016. Then, too, the State government had not shown alacrity in ending the violence, or acting against those responsible for it.

2.Prognostication (noun)
Meaning: the action of prophesying future events., a prophecy.
Synonyms: prediction, forecast, prophecy, divination, prognosis, projection;
Example: Despite such prognostications, there is also optimism about the prospects of India’s IT services industry for the coming decade. First, the industry has gone through, and survived, trying times before, such as the dot-com crash of the early 2000s and the 2008 financial crisis.
3.Arbitrage (noun)
Meaning: the simultaneous buying and selling of securities, currency, or commodities in different markets or in derivative forms in order to take advantage of differing prices for the same asset.
Example: This includes consistency of service and guaranteed results or the opportunity for them to benefit from “responsibility arbitrage”.

4.Deteriorate (verb)
Meaning: become progressively worse.
Synonyms: worsen, get worse, decline, be in decline, degenerate, decay.
Example: However, the deteriorating situation raises questions about the feasibility of elections. Today, less than 60% of Afghanistan’s territory is under government control; the rest is either contested by or under the Taliban. 
5.Abrupt (adjective)
Meaning: sudden and unexpected.
Synonyms: sudden, immediate, instantaneous, hurried, hasty, quick, swift, rapid, speedy, 
Example: The four-country quadrilateral group involving China along with Pakistan, the U.S. and Afghanistan came to an abrupt end when it was revealed that Mullah Omar was no longer alive and had died, possibly two years earlier. Russia is now promoting the idea of talks by playing up the idea of the larger threat of the Islamic State that has emerged in eastern Afghanistan in Nangarhar province though this has failed to carry much traction with the Afghan authorities.
6.Notoriously (adverb)
Meaning: used to emphasize that a quality or fact, typically a bad one, is well known.
Example: They are notoriously difficult to track down. If you hold your hand towards the sunlight for one second, about a billion neutrinos from the sun will pass through it; this is because they are the by-products of nuclear fusion in the sun. 
7.Lapse (noun)
Meaning: a brief or temporary failure of concentration, memory, or judgement.
Synonyms: failure, failing, slip, error, mistake, blunder, fault, omission, oversight, negligence. 
Example: The procedural lapses and assumptions about the project’s agenda have made a project of this scale hard to bear fruit in India.

8.Conduit (noun)
Meaning: a channel for conveying water or other fluid., a tube or trough for protecting electric wiring.
Synonyms: channel, duct, pipe, tube, gutter, groove, furrow, trough, trench, culvert, cut, sluice, spillway, race, flume, chute, ditch, drain
Example: One factor is the unique position of the Chumbi Valley, which is at once a dangerous conduit into the slender Siliguri Corridor and a dangerous choke point, exposed on both sides, for Chinese forces. A second factor is that this tussle is formally over the interests and rights of a third country, Bhutan, echoing the wider competition for influence in smaller countries — Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, the Maldives, and elsewhere — across the Indo-Pacific region. 
9.Implication (noun)
Meaning: the conclusion that can be drawn from something although it is not explicitly stated.
Synonyms: suggestion, inference, insinuation, innuendo, hint, intimation, imputation, indication.
Example: At the military level, India has good reason to prevent Chinese road building near Doka La. Chinese activity has steadily increased in the area beneath Bhutan’s claim-line, pushing the area under its de facto control about 5 km southwards, towards a crucial ridge-line. This has a number of implications.
10.Repudiation (noun)
Meaning: rejection of a proposal or idea., denial of the truth or validity of something.
Example: But the wider context is one of relentlessly hardening attitudes, on both sides. Beijing is aggrieved by the Dalai Lama’s visit to Tawang in April, India’s aggressive repudiation of the Belt and Road Initiative in May, and India’s forward-leaning posture in the South China Sea — the latter underscored by Vietnam’s two-year extension of a 2006 oil concession to ONGC Videsh last week.

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