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As we all know that now a day’s in All Banking Exams and other competitive exams most of the English Sections were taken from Editorial pages. So it is essential to have a sound knowledge and understanding of English vocabulary. So here we are presenting you Vocabulary from “The Hindu”.
- Diktat(noun) – bill, regulation, decree.
- Coercive(adjective) – authoritarian, imperious, high-handed.
- Lay down(phrasal verb) – formulate, stipulate, frame.
- Statutory(adjective) – legitimate, permissible, admissible/allowable.
- Provision(noun) – term, clause; condition.
- On hold(phrase) – postpone, defer, delay.
- Wisdom(noun) – understanding, insight, perception.
- Patron(noun) – customer, client, frequenter.
- Patriotism(noun) – devoted love and support for country; nationalism, national loyalty.
- Wear one’s (heart) on his sleeve(phrase) – make one’s feelings/activities apparent.
- Disrespect(noun) – contempt, lack of respect, disregard/disdain.
- Unintended(adjective) – thoughtless, unmindful, careless.
- Unforeseen(adjective) – unpredicted, unexpected, unanticipated.
- Vgilantism(noun) – unofficial way of punishing crime by a self-appointed group of people.
- Harangue(verb) – lecture, preach (in an aggressive and critical manner).
- Contend(verb) – assert, maintain, claim/insist.
- The executive(noun) – a department of government which is responsible for making laws into effect.
- Ought to(modal verb) – must, should.
- Prescribe(verb) – stipulate, lay down, determine/establish.
- Presume(verb) – assume, expect, speculate.
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