Sunday, 23 July 2017

The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For IBPS PO 2017

Dear Readers,

The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For IBPS RRB PO 2017

Vocabulary is an important part of English that helps you deal with all kinds of questions in objective as well as descriptive papers of various exams. You can learn new words daily from our Daily Word List. Learn the words and make your own sentences on the basis of the given word list. Here are a few lines from The Hindu.


Example: A livestream for college lectures.

1. Livestream [laɪvˌstriːm]
Verb: to broadcast (an event) on the internet as it happens.
Noun: a live broadcast of an event on the internet.

Example: For instance, the protests against the use of Hindi signage in Bangalore’s Metro last month.

2. Signage [sahy-nij] 
Noun: graphic designs, as symbols, emblems, or words, used especially for identification or as a means of giving directions or warning.

Example: Suffice it to note here that the Kannada activists appear to have been worked up by the perceived linguistic assertiveness of the newer, DMK-inspired Tamil migrants in Bangalore than the older Tamil settlers.

3. Suffice [suh-fahys, -fahyz] 
Verb: to be enough or adequate, as for needs, purposes, etc.
Synonyms: get by, satisfy, answer, avail, content, do.
Antonyms: displease, miss, refuse, dissatisfy.

Example: The proliferation of Kannada activist groups — ranging from organisations with a Statewide presence to street-corner and neighbourhood outfits.

4. Proliferation [pruh-lif-uh-rey-shuh n] 
Noun: the growth or production of cells by multiplication of parts; a rapid and often excessive spread or increase.
Synonyms: generation, procreation, propagation, reproduction.

Example: The External Affairs Ministry’s decision that Indian passports will record details in Hindi alongside English and the Personnel Ministry’s desire that the use of colloquial Hindi in “routine conversations in government offices” goes up continue to offer a privileged status for Hindi.

5. Colloquial [kuh-loh-kwee-uh l] 
Adjective: characteristic of or appropriate to ordinary or familiar conversation rather than formal speech or writing; involving or using conversation.
Synonyms: conversational,  vernacular,  chatty,  common,  dialectal,  everyday,  idiomatic,  popular,  street.
Antonyms: standard, stilted, correct, formal.

Example: India must not succumb to global digital trade paradigms and rules that back predatory business.

6. Paradigm [par-uh-dahym, -dim] 
Noun: an example serving as a model; pattern; a framework containing the basic assumptions, ways of thinking, and methodology that are commonly accepted by members of a scientific community.
Synonyms: mold, standard; ideal, paragon, touchstone.

Example: If something can be meaningfully negotiated at global trade talks, it is such digital services — each of which has different dynamics and implications and needs different treatment.

7. Dynamics [dahy-nam-iks] 
Noun: (used with a singular verb) Physics. the branch of mechanics that deals with the motion and equilibrium of systems under the action of forces, usually from outside the system; (used with a plural verb) the motivating or driving forces, physical or moral, in any field; (used with a plural verb) the pattern or history of growth, change, and development in any field.
Synonyms: act,  gesture,  passage,  stream,  agitation,  fluctuation,  move,  sweep,  sign,  tendency.
Antonyms: idleness, stagnation, immobility, repose, rest, stiffness.

8. Implication [im-pli-key-shuh n] 
Noun: something implied or suggested as naturally to be inferred or understood; the act of implying.
Synonyms: conclusion, connotation, indication, meaning, overtone, ramification, significance.
Antonyms: measurement, proof, reality, truth.

Example: It is hardly an appropriate time for countries to make trade bargains and policy curtailment promises around them.

9. Bargain [bahr-guh n] 
Noun: an advantageous purchase, especially one acquired at less than the usual cost; an agreement between parties settling what each shall give and take or perform and receive in a transaction; such an agreement as affecting one of the parties.
Synonyms: arrangement, contract, deal, negotiation, pact, transaction, understanding, bond, business.
Antonyms: disagreement, misunderstanding, break, rip-off.

10. Curtail [ker-teyl] 
Verb: to cut short; cut off a part of; abridge; reduce; diminish.
Related forms: curtailment, noun.
Synonyms: abbreviation, condensation, cutback, reduction.
Antonyms: enlargement, increase.



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