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Day 03: Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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Here is THE HINDU VOCAB from the Editorial page that puts an end to the worries of those who are scared of vocabulary words. Go through it and experience the simplicity and usage of every vocabulary word discussed in the video. If you're preparing for IBPS, SBI. RBI or any Banks exams in which English play a vital role,this course may be a boon for you. English Vocabulary is most important to crack english section of every exam . In this video i am explaining the most important high frequency 10 words from The Hindu Editorial Page.

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Om Jaiswal
Cleard IBPS Clerk & IBPS RRB Clerk Exam, 4 Years Teaching Experience, Runs an Educational YouTube Channel with 1.2M+ Subscribers.

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Praveen kanojia
a year ago
paragraph me cursor ko ek line sy second line me , or ek column se dosry column pe.
thank you sir for this useful lesson. Sir plz provide some difficult words, the words you give are very common.
outstanding lessons ;;;;;;;;continue this sir its tremendous effort by you......
thnxxx....A lot sir ....keep it up....
  1. Daily Voc bulary from dint -Om Taiswal

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  3. Mandate (Noun) an offi ial order to do something. Synonym: Authorization, Delegation, License Exp: They carried out the qovernor's mandate agtf lal order to do something RT to build more roads.

  4. Yield (Verh) /tZT4k to produce or provide. 7/dgCR Synonym: Bow, Give in, Submit Antonyms: Hold off, Resist Exp: The Apple trees yielded an abundant to produce or provide. p: he Apple trees ylelded an abundant harvest. 2

  5. Dispute (Verb) to say or show that (something) may not be true, fight in order to take control of (something) Synonym: Contest, Challenge, Impeach Antonyms: Accept, Believe, Swallow Exp: You can dispute your bill if you believe it is inaccurate. 3

  6. Dismal (Adj) very bad or poor. (ZT / fRTT Synonym: Bleak, Cheerless, Comfortless Antonyms: Bright, Cheerful, Sunshine Exp: 1.The show was a dismal failure. 2.The team's record is dismal.

  7. Relevant (Adj) relating to a subject in an appropriate way. Synonym: Applicable, Apropos, Pointed Antonyms: Extraneous, Impertinent, Immaterial Exp: Make sure your comments during the interview are short and relevant. 5

  8. Revive (Verb) in romeone) to make (something or someone) strong, healthy or active again.( healthy or FA Synonym: Recharge, Regenerate, Reanimate Exp:1.The success of the movie has revived her career. 2.The government is trying to revive the economy. 6

  9. Expansion (Noun) the act of becoming bigger or of making something biaaer. /TIR bigger. (iaIR/THIR Synonym: Accretion, Addition, Augmentation Antonyms: Abatement, Decline, Decrease Exp: This book is an expansion of a lecture series. 7

  10. Phenomenon someone or something that is very impressive or popular especially because of an unusual abilify or quality. Synonym: Marvel, Wonder, Sensation Exp: Natural phenomenon like lighting and earthquakes. 8