Daily Hindu Editorial Vocabulary Wordlist: 5th May, 2022

By Nilanjan Paul|Updated : May 5th, 2022

Daily updated The Hindu Editorial vocabulary words with their meanings dated 5th May, 2022 are important for Bank, SSC, Railway & IAS exams. At BYJU’S Exam Prep, our Series is named as "Daily Hindu Editorial Vocabulary Words List: 5th May, 2022 " to shape up your vocabulary from the newspaper wordlist.

With the help of a daily wordlist from Hindu newspaper of 5th May 2022 our aim is to help you completely understand the commonly used words with their meanings, pronunciations, synonyms, antonyms, proper use in sentences, etc. Today's the Hindu newspaper contains important vocabulary words like sedition, connote etc. which can be downloaded from the monthly PDF of The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary to strengthen your preparation.

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Important Vocabulary from The Hindu Editorial: 5th May, 2022

Important Words from the Article

1.

WordImminent (आने वाला)

  • Pronunciationim-uh-nuhnt/ इमनन्ट
  • Part of Speech: Adjective
  • Meaning
    a. something that is about to happen.
  • Synonyms: impending, approaching, forthcoming, at hand, immediate
  • Antonyms: distant, far-off, doubtful
  • Usage in a sentence: We are awaiting their imminent arrival.

2. Word: Unprecedented (अद्वितीय)

  • Pronunciation: uhn-pres-i-den-tid/ अन्प्रेसिडेन्टिड
  • Part of Speech: Adjective
  • Meaning:
    a. something never done or known before.
  • Synonyms: unparalleled, record-breaking, remarkable
  • Antonyms: traditional, familiar, typical
  • Usage in a sentence: An unprecedented change has been the keynote of the electronic revolution.

 3Word: Convey (बतलाना)

  • Pronunciation: kuhn-vey/कन्वे 
  • Part of Speech: Verb
  • Meaning
    a. to express a thought, feeling, or idea so that it is understood by other people
    b. to take or carry someone or something to a particular place
  • Synonyms: communicate, transmit, carry
  • Antonyms: keep, maintain, withhold
  • Usage in a sentence: His poetry conveys a great sense of religious devotion.

4. Word: Bilateral (द्विपक्षीय)

  • Pronunciation: Bye-let-ral/बाइलैटरल
  • Part of Speech: adjective
  • Meaning:
    a.  having or relating to two sides 
    b. affecting both sides
  • Synonyms: mutual, reciprocal
  • Antonyms: common, depressed
  • Usage in a sentence: They have been negotiating a bilateral trade deal.

5. Word: Violation (उल्लंघन)

  • Pronunciation:  vahy-uh-ley-shuhn/वाइअलैशन
  • Part of Speech: Noun
  • Meaning:
    a. an action that breaks a rule, law, etc.b. a breach or infraction, as of a law, right, or obligation
  • Synonyms: breach. infraction, transgression
  • Antonyms: compliance, obedience
  • Usage in a sentence: Even minor violations of the law will be severely punished.

6. Word: Stark (कठोर,बिलकुल)

  • Pronunciation: stahrk/स्टार्क
  • Part of Speech: Adjective, Adverb
  • Meaning:
    a. empty, simple, or obvious, especially without decoration or anything that is not necessary (Adjective)
    b. harsh, grim, or desolate, as a view, place, etc.(Adjective)
    c. means completely clear (Adjective)
    d. completely or extremely (Adverb)
  • Synonyms: austere, dour, fierce, flinty, forbidding, grim
  • Antonyms: benign, benignant, gentle, mild, non-intimidating, tender
  • Usage in a sentence: The dim halls made a stark contrast with the bright, sun-drenched apartment.

7. Word: Contradict (विपरीत होना)

  • Pronunciation: kon-truh-dikt/ कान्ट्रडिक्ट
  • Part of Speech: Verb
  • Meaning
    a. deny the truth of (something).
    b. to say the opposite of what someone else has said
  • Synonyms: deny, dispute, refute, oppose
  • Antonyms: agree, accept, affirm, allow
  • Usage in a Sentence: Her testimony contradicted the policeman’s testimony, and the jury had to decide who was telling the truth.

8. Word: Avert (दूर करना)

  • Pronunciation: uh-vurt/अवर्ट
  • Part of Speech: Verb
  • Meaning:
    a. to turn away or aside
    b. to ward off; prevent
  • Synonyms: forestall, head off, help, obviate, preclude, prevent, stave off
  • Antonyms: abet, aid, assist, ease, facilitate, smooth, unclog
  • Usage in a sentence: We tried to avert our thoughts from our massive financial problems.

9. Word: Flare-up(भभकना)

  • Pronunciation: flair-uhp फ्लेर-अप 
  • Part of Speech: Noun
  • Meaning: 
    a. an unexpected short increase in activity, development or effort
    b. a sudden outburst or intensification, as of anger or tensions
  • Synonyms: sprint, burst, flare, flash, flicker
  • Antonyms: calm, doldrums, slump
  • Use in a Sentence: There was another flare-up of rioting later that day.

10. Word: Haul (बलपूर्वक खींचना)

  • Pronunciation: hawl/ हॉल
  • Part of Speech: Verb, Noun
  • Meaning:
    a. (of a person) pull or drag with effort or force. (Verb)
    b. (of a vehicle) pull (an attached trailer or carriage) behind it. (Verb)
    c. a quantity of something that has been stolen or is possessed illegally. (Noun)
  • Synonyms: drag, pull, tug, trail, draw, transport, move
  • Antonyms: push, force, press, shove
  • Usage in a sentence: The car was hauled away to the junkyard.

Practice here Daily Wordlist Quiz

The Hindu Newspaper Vocabulary Based Exercises: 5th May, 2022

Based on the description of the words, we have some practice questions for you. Answer these questions in the comments section. Our team will review them at the earliest!

Exercise 1. Make your own Sentences!

Here are some of the words from the above article. Try to frame sentences from them in your own words and share them with us in the comments section!

  • Imminent
  • Unprecedented
  • Convey
  • Bilateral
  • Stark

Exercise 2: Match the columns.

SR No.WordSynonym
1 drag grim
2 burst allow
3 austere reciprocal
4 mutual flash
5 agreedraw

 

You can also check the wordlist articles for the previous days from the link below: Daily Hindu Editorial Vocabulary Wordlist: 4th May, 2022

More from us: Share your answers in the comment section. 

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Aman Sinha

Aman SinhaMay 10, 2022

Throughout the history it has always been substantiated that pandering to the whims and notions of an autocrat or a dictator is destructive and brings war, misery , loss and only loss to the common populace. Chamberlain realised this to his utter dismay when his attempts to appease Hitler went to the dogs and Germany declared the invasion of Poland . All those bilateral meetings between the british pm and the german chancellor and the understandings reached between them therein were rendered defunct. Europe was yet to be fully recovered from the devastation the first world war had brought about when another such calamity looked imminent with Hitler's promulgation of war on Poland. The catastrophe that followed is well documented and popularly known as the second world war. The lessons conveyed by the second world war helped a great deal in establishing a new world order. The emergence of mutual trust among different states , the bonhomie , the opening of borders , the formation of Unions for the collective good were all unprecedented in themselves. The world wars have always served as a stark reminder to the states across the world that parochial nationalism, unchecked ambitions , intolerance to differences , disharmony among citizens , segregation based on races etc are a bigger threat to the existence of humans than anything else.

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