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Day-20 Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 20 March 2017 "Wag the dog: On Yogi Adityanath as UP CM" 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. Wag (Verb) to move somethina from side to siderepeatedly.(HT/ ing fropm side to siderepeatedly. (f( AFT/f601) Synonym: Swish, Switch, Waggle Antonyms: Clam up, Shut up Exp: 1.The dog wagged its tail. 2.She waaged her finger at the children as she scolded them


  4. Fringe (Noun) a narrow area along the edge of something.( Synonym: Borderline, Bound, Boundary Antonyms: Inner, Inside, Interior Exp: 1.A lampshade with a fringe 2.A fringe of moss around the tree 2


  5. Vociferous (Adj) expressing feelings or opinions in a very loud or forceful way; expressed in a very loud or forceful way. Synonym: Blatant, Caterwauling, Clamant Exp: 1.He was vociferous in his support of the proposal vociferous objections. 2 The Decision was made over their 2.The decision was made over their


  6. Cede (Verb) to give control of (something) to another person, group, government, etc.(a STHIT/ group, government, etc Synonym: Surrender, Cough up, Deliver Antonyms: Keep, Retain, Withhold Exp: She reluctantly ceded her position as leader. 4


  7. Faction (Noun) a aroup within a larger aroup that has different ideas and opinions than the rest of the group.( Synonym: Block, Body, Coalitiorn, Exp:The committee soon split into T/ factions.


  8. Prominent (Adj) important and well-known easily noticed d well-Knog t, easily noticed or seen.(H/ZJra/ Synonym: Arresting, Bodacious, Bold, Antonyms: Unobtrusive, Unremarkable, Unshowy Exp:1.He quickly became prominent in the music industrv, 2.lHe placed the award in a prominent position on his desk


  9. Assume (Verb) to think that something is true or probably true without knowing that it is true. true without hnow tie hatit is Synonym: Accept, Bear, Shoulder, Take over, Antonyms: Disavow, Disclaim, Disown Exp: I assumed he was coming, so I was surprised when he didn't show up.


  10. Riot (Noun) a situation in which a large group of people behave in a violent and uncontrolled way.(aIT) Synonym: Hoot, Knee-slapper, Laugh Antonyms: Bummer, Downer Exp: 1.The news about the election caused a riot in the city 2.A lot of property was damaged in the recent riots.