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Day-25 Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 24 March 2017 "Power of a symbol: EC had to freeze AIADMK's Two Level" 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. Deny (Verb) | to say that some hing is not tru to say that something is not true. Synonym: Contradict, Disaffirm, Disallow Antonyms: Acknowledge, Admit, Allow Exp:1.He denied the report that he would be quitting his job. 2.She denies all the charqes that havebeen made against her.


  4. Interim (Adj) used or accepted for a limited time: not permanent. (3TERTH/ Synonym: Ad interim, Impermanent, Temporary Antonyms: Long-term, Permanent Exp: Will serve as interim head of the police department until the investigation is completed 2


  5. Veracity (Noun) thruthfiu or honest. the quality of beting truthful or honest. the quality of being truthful or honest. Synonym: Integrity, Probity, Truthfulness Antonyms: Deceit, Deceitfulness, Dishonesty Exp: 1.We questioned the veracity of his statements. 2.The jury did not doubt the veracity of the witness.


  6. Split (Verb) tos nto parts or groups. to separate or divide into parts or groups. Synonym: Break up, Decouple, Disassociate Antonyms: Join, Link, Unify, Unite Exp: A large chunk of ice split off from the iceberg and crashed into the water 4 41


  7. Unfair (Adj) treating people in a way that favorssome over others: not fair, honest, or just.( 7/Teen Synonym: Dirty, Illegal, Nasty, Foul Antonyms: Clean, Fair, Legal Expl.It see er out ms unfair to single h for criticism 2.The company has been accused of unfair labor p actices


  8. Strangely (Adj) expected./rrTh N/aresieuteuig normal, oT different from what is usual, normal, or expected. (37 itd/ 3RTETZT) Synonym: Funky, Funny, Kinky, Kooky Antonyms: Familiar, Nonexotic, Nonglamorous Exp: That is one of the strangest creatures Ihave ever seen 6


  9. Avoid (Verb) | to stay away from (someone or something) Synonym: Escape, Dodge, Duck Exp: 1.Why do you keep avoiding me? 2.Sh took a detour to avoid the heavy traffic


  10. Legitimate (Verb) alcepted cr rticgal.uesr ias real accepted, or official.(-T) allowed according to rules or laws: real accepted, or official. (c T) Synonym: Lawful, Legit, Legal Antonyms Illegal, Illegitimate Exp:There's no leaitimate reason for prescribing this medication to a child. 8