The Hindu VOCABULARY 16 April

“You learn nothing from life if you
think you’re right all the time
Keep Learning,Keep achieving
Go Great Guns!!”

THE HINDU VOCABULARY

Today Top 10 Words

1. Grave: गंभीर: urgent and very bad; serious
2. a way off: At an unspecified time in the future. later.
3. Persuasive: Good at persuading someone to do or believe something through reasoning or the use of temptation.
4. Erring: पापी: having failed to adhere to the proper or accepted standards; having done wrong.
5. Inscrutable: impossible to understand or interpret.
6. Malicious: Having or Showing a desire to case harm to someone
7. Rein in: to limit or control (someone or something)
8.Impediment: बाधा: a hindrance or obstruction in doing something.
9. Steep: sharply angled
10. Caught on the crest : If you are on the crest of a wave, you mean that you are feeling very happy and confident
because things are going well for you.

Match The Column

1. rein in | 1. to limit or control (someone or something)
2. abating | 2. impossible to understand or interpret.
3. masquerading | 3. reduce or remove (a nuisance).
4. inscrutable | 4. At an unspecified time in the future. later.
5. a way off | 5. pretend to be someone one is not.

 

Q. Descriptive Question: CBI probe into ISRO spy case masterminds is a much-needed step forward Write your opinion. (Word limit:200)

 

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