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Day 06: Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 1 March 2017 "Back on track?" 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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  1. Daily Voc bulary from dint -Om Taiswal

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  3. Potential (Adj) a chance or possibility that something will happen or exist in the future; capable of becoming real. (HHT/HId) Synonym: Implicit, Possible, Prospect Antonyms: Actual, Existent, Real Exp: Doctors are excited about the new drug's potential benefits.

  4. Initiate (Verb) to cause the beginning of (something) to start or begin (something).( 5/ 27ab Synonym: Begin, Innovate, Launch Antonyms: Close (down), Phase out, Shut (up) Exp: Doctors have initiated a series of tests to ) determine the cause of the problem. 2

  5. Cramp (Noun) to cause to feel pain because of tight muscles to prevent from developing or growing freely Synonym: Obstruct, Hamper, Trammel Antonyms: Aid, Assist, Facilitate, Help Exp:1.His lea was cramping so badly BsHeouig haedg badly he could hardly move it. 2.The new regulations may cramp the company's financial growth. 3

  6. Dominate (Verb) to have control of or power oyer(something or someone). (?IhTT HT) Synonym: Conquer, Subdue, Subordinate Antonyms Discharge, Unfettere, Release Exp: One company has dominated the market for years.

  7. Rhetoric (Noun) language that is intended to influence people ud thamot be honest or reasonable. and that may not be honest or reasonable. Synonym: Verbiage, Oratory, Fustain Exp: The mayor's promise to fight drugs was just rhetoric since that was no money in the city budget for a drug programme,

  8. Trot (Noun) to run at a slow, steady pac Synonym: Dash, Gallop, Scamper Antonyms: Crawl, Creep, Poke Exp: A horse trotted past us. 6

  9. Thwart (Verb) to prevent (Someone) from doing somethjng or to stop (something) from happening. (TG / a74 XT) Synonym: Baffle, Foil, Hinder Antonyms: Abet, Smooth, Assist Exp: John realised that new of the scandal was going to thwart any chance of winning election.

  10. Integral (Adj) Very important and necessary. Synonym: Essential, Ingrain, Native Antonyms: Adventitious, Extrinsic Exp: She had become an inteqral part of their lives. 8