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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”.
- Middleman (noun) – intermediary, mediator, liaison officer.
- Set off (phrasal verb) – cause, start, trigger/give rise to.
- Storm (noun) – uproar, commotion, disturbance.
- Climactic (adjective) – final, culminating, crucial.
- Unprecedented (adjective) – not done or experienced before.
- Convention (noun) – custom, practice, tradition.
- Draw up (phrasal verb) – arrange, formulate, plan.
- Roster (noun) – a list of the people of a team/organisation.
- Sobering (adjective) – serious, sensible, practical/thoughtful.
- Warrant (verb) – justify, necessitate, validate.
- Adverse (adjective) – unfavourable, disadvantageous, unfortunate.
- Restraining order (noun) – prohibition, ban, bar; a preliminary order to bans someone doing a particular action.
- Propriety (noun) – morality, correctness, decency.
- Substance (noun) – significant subject, important matter/content, valid message.
- Tender (verb) – put forward, give, submit.
- Ignominy (noun) – public shame, disgrace, humiliation/embarrassment.
- Impeachment (noun) – the act of charging (a public official) with a crime done while in office (Courtesy: VOA Learning English).
- Pave the way for (phrase) – clear the way for, create a situation to do something, procede, make provision for.
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