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”.
- Money trail(noun) – a series of financial transactions & exchanges revealed as evidence during the investigation of an individual/organisation (involving in illegal business).
- Cryptocurrency (noun) – a type of digital currency.
- Bitcoin (noun) – a type of digital currency (cryptocurrency).
- Shoot up (phrasal verb) – rise, go up, soar/surge (price/amount).
- Volatility(noun) – The state of being legally responsible to change in a very sudden or extreme way.
- Speculation (noun) – investment with the expectation of gain (and also with the risk of loss).
- Lure (verb) – tempt, attract, induce.
- Prospect (noun) – hope, expectation, anticipation.
- Daunt (verb) – intimidate, shake up/unsettle, discourage.
- Spurious (adjective) – bogus, fake, not genuine.
- Blockchain technology (noun) – a technology by which a global network of computers jointly manage the database that records Bitcoin (a type of digital currency) transactions.
- Proliferation (noun) – rapid increase in the number of/a large number of something.
- Streamline (verb) – make more effective & efficient; smooth run.
- Underscore (verb) – call attention to, emphasize, highlight.
- Caveat emptor (noun) – Latin phrase literally means “let the buyer beware”; a principle in which a buyer accepts the risk that a product may fail to meet expectations or have defects.
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