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Day-17 Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 16 March 2017 "Gauntlet at Sukma" 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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  3. Ambush (Verb) to attack (someone or something) by surprise from a Synonym: Ambuscade, Surprise (alsosurprize), Waylay Exp: We have reports of enemy soldiers ambushing civilians on this road.

  4. Writ (Noun) | law : a document from a court ordering someone to do something or not to do something. Exp: 1.He was served with a writ. 2.The judge issued a writ of habeas corpus. 2

  5. Tempting (Adj) causing an urge or desire to have or do something.AMT 27TGHT) Exp: The desserts look very tempting. 3

  6. Desperate (Adj) very sad and upset because of having little or no hope. (IHRTRT/3TIT6) Synonym: Despairing, Despondent, Forlorn, Hopeless Antonyms: Hopeful, Optimistic Exp: 1.The collapse of her business had made her desperate. 2.As the supply of food ran out, people became desperate. 4

  7. Explosive (Adj) used for exploding something: tending to get aTCIT) angry very easily. Synonym: Acute, Almighty, Blistering Antonyms: Light, Moderate, Soft Exp:1.He has an explosive temper. explosive interest 2.There's been an in the sport since the Olympics

  8. Formidable (Adj) very powerful or strong: deservingserious attention and respect.( cbc/ZrCT) Synonym: Alarming, Dire, Direful Antonyms: Cheap, Easy, Effortless Exp:1.The mountains were a formidable barrier. 6

  9. Survive (Verb) to remain aliv ; to continue to live. Synonym: Ride (out), Weather, Make it (through) Antonyms: Fail, Fizzle, Give out, Go out Exp: 1.I don't see how any creature can survive under those conditions. 2.bacteria that survive in extreme temperatures

  10. Ultimately (Verb) at the end of a process, period of time, etc. Synonym: Eventually, Finally, Someday Antonyms: Never, Nevermore Exp: 1.The changes ultimately proved to be unnecessary. 2.Ultimately, it's a question of who is more popular. 8