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Day-23 Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 23 March 2017 "Superpower dream: On how India must response to a low HDI Rank" 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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Ma'am will these lectures are enough for ISRO written test ?
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  3. Trajectory (Noun) et) the curved path along whichsomething (such as a rocket) moves through the air or through space.( Y/ Exp: The trajectory of the missile.

  4. Severe (Adj) very bad, serious, or unpleasant: cau inq a lot of physical pain or suffering(q03 Synonym: Flinty, Hard, Harsh Antonyms: Gentle, Indulgent, Lax Exp:1.The storm caused severe damage to the roof. 2.The patient is in severe pain. 2

  5. Worst (Noun) the worst person or thing : the worstaroup of eople or things; the worstpart of something. eopl or thiaruia t worstpart of s nething- SRT) Synonym: Antonyms: Exp: 1.When it comes to dancing, he is the worst. 2.That movie was the worst!

  6. Deprived (Adj) not havina the thinas that are needed for a good or healthy lnfe( Synonym: Depressed, Disadvantaged, Underprivileged Antonyms: Advantaged, Privileged Exp: Deprived children growing up efid) 4 in the slums

  7. Eliminate (Verb) to remove (something that is not wanted or needed).(CTHT/ Synonym: Ban, Bar, Close out, Count Antonyms: Admit, Include Exp:1.The body naturally eliminates waste products. 2.The company plans to eliminatemore than 2,000 jobs in the coming year.

  8. Consumption (Noun) the act of eating or drinkinasomething : the use of something (such as fuel).( a/ FRAT ) Exp:The jet's high fuel consumption makes it expensive to operate. t expensive to oDperate. 0

  9. Aviation (Noun) the business or practice of flyingairplanes helicopters, etc.(tHE

  10. Bolster (Verb) to make (somethinq) stronger or better: to give support to (something(H5RI give support to (something(WERT a-In) Synonym: Bear, Support, Brace Antonyms: Undercut, Undermine, Weaken Exp: She came with me to bolster my confidence. 2.She is thinkina of wavs to bolster her career. 2e ia thiki ways to bolster 8