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Day-19 Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 17 March 2017 "Going forward in goa and Return to Normal" 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. Haste (Noun) speed of motion or action_aquickness or eagerness that can esractio 31 ness or eagerness that can result in mistakes.(Tfe result in mistakes. @ATat Synonym: Celerity, Fastness, Fleetness Antonyms: Slowness, Sluggishness Exp: 1.The application had been approvedwith undue haste 2.Made haste to qet there on time 2.Made haste to get there on time tie


  4. Likelihood (Verb) the chance that something willhappen. Synonym: Liability, Probability Antonyms: Improbability, Unlikelihood, Unlikeliness Exp: The weatherman on TV said that the likelihood of rain today was fairlyhigh 2


  5. Endorsement (Noun) a public or official statement of support or approval./3 1.The newspaper has announced its political EXendorsements. Exp: 2.We're pleased that the project has received your endorsement.


  6. Eradicate (Verb) to remove (something) completely : to eliminate or destroy (somethingharmful). Synonym: Cancel, Clean (up), Efface Exp:1.The disease has now beencompletely eradicated. 2.His ambition is to eradicate poverty in his community. 4


  7. Lacking (Verb) to not have (something); to not hayeenough of (something).(HTHII) Synonym: Absence, Dearth, Want Antonyms: Presence Exp:1.His book lacks any coherentstructure. 2.They lack a qood strateay for winnina the election.


  8. Inflation (Noun) a continual increas in the price of goods and services.( reasatin e of goods Synonym: Affectation, Affectedness, Grandiosity Ihegoenment hasbeen unable to control 6 Exp:1.The qovernment has been unable to control inflation. 2.The rate of inflation is high.


  9. Emphasis (Noun) a forceful quality in the way something is said or written.GR/ ) Synonym: Accent, Accentuation, Stress Antonyms: De-emphasis Exp: Our candidate's plan has a different emphasis.


  10. Predict (Verb) to say that (som thing) will or mighthappern in the future.( Synonym: Augur, Call, Forecast, Foretell Antonyms: Describe, Narrate, Recite Exp: It's hard to predict how the electionwill turn out. 8