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”.
- Chink (noun) – weak point, opening, gap.
- Macroeconomic (adjective) – relating to the branch of economics concerned with large-scale factors (interest rates/national productivity).
- Inertia (noun) – inactivity, inaction/apathy, resistance to change.
- Underlying (adjective) – fundamental, basic, essential.
- Fiscal deficit (noun) – the difference between total expenditure and total income of the government.
- current account deficit (noun) – a current account deficit is when a country’s government, businesses and individuals import more goods, services and capital than it exports.
- Exacerbate (verb) – aggravate, make worse, worsen.
- Woe (noun) – trouble, difficulty, problem.
- Deter (verb) – prevent, stop, block/curb.
- Evasion (noun) – avoidance, dodging, bypassing.
- Exchequer (noun) – funds, resources/finances, treasury.
- Vocation (noun) – trade/business, profession.
- Glacial (adjective) – extremely slow.
- Tipping point (noun) – the point in a condition at which a small development/change causes major & unstoppable changes.
- Reckon (verb) – calculate, work out; estimate/evaluate.
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