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.Dominance (noun)-प्रभाव
Meaning: power and influence over others.
Synonyms: supremacy, superiority, ascendancy, pre-eminence, predominance, domination, dominion, mastery, power, authority, rule, command, control, sway, leverage, influence. 
Example: But whether or not he remains in office, it is likely to mark the end of the total dominance of the country by Mr. Mugabe, the last of Africa’s generation of state founders still in power.
2.Parse (verb)-पदव्याख्या करना
Meaning: resolve (a sentence) into its component parts and describe their syntactic roles.
Example: Parsing Donald Trump’s statements and Twitter posts through his 12-day, five-nation tour of Asia — the longest for a U.S. President in 25 years — to decipher a new American strategy towards the region can be taxing unless the idea is to cherry-pick and substantiate pre-existing notions.
3.Decipher (verb)-गूढ़वाचन करना 
Meaning: convert (a text written in code, or a coded signal) into normal language.
Synonyms: decode, decrypt, break, work out, solve, interpret, translate, construe, explain.
Example: Parsing Donald Trump’s statements and Twitter posts through his 12-day, five-nation tour of Asia — the longest for a U.S. President in 25 years — to decipher a new American strategy towards the region can be taxing unless the idea is to cherry-pick and substantiate pre-existing notions.
4.Euphemism (noun)-मंगलभाषी, शिष्ट प्रयोग 
Meaning: a mild or indirect word or expression substituted for one considered to be too harsh or blunt when referring to something unpleasant or embarrassing.
Synonyms: polite term, substitute, mild alternative, indirect term, underplaying, softening, politeness, genteelism, coy term
Example: One can read resistance to China’s expansive ambitions in euphemisms such as ‘freedom of navigation’ and condemnation of ‘predatory’ economic practices, used along with America’s commitment to democracy, human rights, and free trade. 
5.Reciprocal (adjective)-परस्पर 
Meaning: given, felt, or done in return.
Synonyms: given/felt in return, corresponding.
Example: “Those days are over,” he declared. He was there “to offer a renewed partnership with America,” the basis of which would be “bilateral trade agreements with any Indo-Pacific nation that wants to be our partner and that will abide by the principles of fair and reciprocal trade… I call it the Indo-Pacific dream.”
6.Buoyancy (noun)-उत्प्लावकता
Meaning: a cheerful and optimistic attitude or disposition., the ability or tendency of something to float in water or other fluid.
Synonyms: ability to float, tendency to float, lightness; rarefloatability, cheerfulness, cheeriness, happiness, light-heartedness, carefreeness, brightness, gladness, merriment, joy, bounce, effervescence, blitheness, sunniness, breeziness, jollity, joviality, animation, liveliness, life, sprightliness, jauntiness, ebullience, high spirits, vivacity, vitality, verve, sparkle, zest.
Example: China has also been a beneficiary of this system, and the rise of China has added additional buoyancy for neighbouring countries.
7.Ethnography (noun)-नृवंशविज्ञान, मानव जाति विज्ञान 
Meaning: the scientific description of peoples and cultures with their customs, habits, and mutual differences.
Example: Our arguments find resonance with two outstanding ethnographies of vote banks and local clientelism. In her study of the 2012 Mumbai municipal corporation election, Lisa Björkman wrote that spending of money was not reflected in the vote count. 
8.Humongous (adjective)-भारी, विशालकाय 
Meaning: huge; enormous.
Example: Competitive populism in Indian politics has led to the development of an “ante-up quid pro quo” system, with politicians and parties forced to put money and goods into the pot before they could play a hand. And this is amplified by weak party organisations, limited campaigning periods and the humongous size of constituencies. 
9.Reprimand (noun)-डांटना
Meaning: a formal expression of disapproval.
Synonyms: rebuke, reproof, admonishment, admonition, reproach, reproval, scolding, remonstration, upbraiding, castigation, lambasting, lecture, criticism, censure. 
Example: By moving the court challenging the Collector’s report, prepared on the orders of the government, he virtually invited the judicial reprimand on himself. 
10.Encroachment (noun)-अतिक्रमण
Meaning: intrusion on a person’s territory, rights, etc., a gradual advance beyond usual or acceptable limits.
Synonyms: intrusion into, trespass on, invasion of, infiltration of, incursion into, obtrusion into, overrunning of, usurping of, 
Example: That he entertained the hope of tiding over the political crisis engulfing him even after the court’s strictures betrays a strange mix of nose-in-the-air arrogance and head-in-the-sand ignorance. For the past few months, Mr. Chandy has been caught in the encroachments controversy. 



   

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