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Day-26 Daily Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial (in Hindi)
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The Hindu Editorial 29 March 2017 "Unique Distinction: SC's Clarification on Adhar Gives space for reform" 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. Reform (Verb) to improve (someone or something) by removing or correcting faults, problems, etc.( RT/Ma gr Synonym: Habilitate, Reclaim, Redeem Exp: The program is designed to refor 1 prisoners. 2.They want to reform campaign spending.


  4. Alter (Verb) to change (something). 4 47T) Synonym: Change, Make over, Modify Antonyms: Fix, Freeze, Set Exp:1.Alcohol can alter a person's mood. 2.This one small event altered the course of history. 2


  5. Surge (Verb) to move very quickly and suddenly in a particular direction: to suddenly increase to an unusuallyhigh level.( Synonym: Billow, Wave, Swell Exp: We all surged toward the door. 3


  6. Exemption (Noun) freedom from being required to do something that others are requiredto do.(22/ chRT) mmun1 Expl.They were granted exemptions from military service. 2.You can claim a tax exemption for each of your dependents.


  7. Norm (Noun) standards of proper or acceptablebehavior: an average level of development or achievement.( 41 q3/TTHR FR) Synonym: Average, Normal, Par Antonyms: Abnormality, Anomaly, Deviation Exp: She scored well above the norm in math.


  8. Credential (Noun) a quality, skill, or experience that makes a person suited to do a job.( Exp: My experience as a manager is my strongest credential. 6


  9. Ambiguity (Noun) something that does not have a single clear meaning.( Synonym: Obscurity, Darkness, Equivocalness, Antonyms: Clarity, Clearness, Obviousness Exp: The ambiguities in his answers


  10. Resident (Noun) living in a particular plac usually for a long period of time.( Exp: Several tribes are resident in this part of the country. 8