Daily Vocabulary Words: List of Daily Used Words in Leading Indian Newspapers
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• The Times of India
• The Economic Times
• Hindustan Times
• Indian Express
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Meaning: A formal agreement between a group of producers of a good or service to control supply or to regulate or manipulate prices.
Synonyms: Conglomerate, consortium, corporation, gang, holding company, mob, monopoly, ring, syndicate, etc.
1. These cartel prices were then rubber-stamped by the member state governments.
2. This abolished the interest rate cartel between banks and simultaneously removed quantitative restrictions on the level of bank lending.
3. Prosecutors said the cartel wanted to increase its presence in Baja, California, which the Arellano Felix cartel dominates.
Meaning: The act of moving around in circles; the act of making something, especially a part of your body, move around.
Synonyms: Circuit, circulation, circumvolution, cycle, gyre, lap, orbit, pirouette, reel, roll, rotation, round, spin, swirl, etc.
1. The molar mass, polydispersity, root mean square radius of gyration, and molecular conformation also enjoyed rising.
2. The experiment measured the viscosity, molar mass, polydispersity, root mean square radius of gyration, and molecular conformation changes in the different concentrations.
3. We perseverate, and ugly thoughts circle in our minds, slicing jagged tears in the soul with every gyration.
Meaning: To honour or have great respect for a person or thing.
Synonyms: Cherish, esteem, exalt, hallow, idolize, admire, adore, apotheosize, appreciate, deify, etc.
1. Ataturk died in 1938 but is still widely venerated in Turkey.
2. Three other officials of the Old Kingdom came to be venerated as gods because they had been wise, good and successful.
3. The idea of a place for the dying so close to a venerated Hindu shrine upset the temple priests.
Meaning: Applies to qualities or characteristics that are part of one’s inner essential nature.
Synonyms: Deep-seated, elemental, inborn, ingrained, inherent, instinctive, intrinsic, intuitive, congenital, connate, connatural, constitutional, essential, etc.
1. The human species has three innate drives: sustenance, shelter and species reproduction.
2. Her innate and irrepressible sense of humour made it all happen.
3. Reviewing career goals Detecting and quantifying the innate personal attributes of the practical nurse has puzzled recruiters for many years.
Meaning: The act or process of officially making something holy and able to be used for religious ceremonies.
Synonyms: Anointing, blessing, canonization, dedication, devotion, exaltation, glorification, ordination, hallowing, making holy.
1. Easter Monday is generally regarded as an unofficial consecration of Spring.
2. Such is the origin of the legal consecration of establishing the Benedictines of the Perpetual Adoration of the Holy Sacrament at Paris.
3. If you add consecration or healing, your mana drops lower.
Meaning: To improve your position by going past other people quickly or by missing out on some stages.
Synonyms: Bounce, dive, drop, fall, hurdle, plunge, rise, upsurge, vault, bob, bound, buck, canter, capriole, gambol, hop, jerk, lurch, etc.
1. They are leapfrogging a generation of sets and set-top boxes to move straight into the HD world.
2. Mr Kaplan says the best-seller status of Leapfrogging has become part of my position as a speaker and consultant.
3. The Norfolk team lead by a point after leapfrogging Staines by beating them 15-13 amid controversial circumstances.
Meaning: It is the view that no external reality is composed of matter and energy. There are only ideas existing within minds.
Synonyms: Dignity, fame, generosity, glory, grandeur, heroism, importance, majesty, merit, morality, nobility, prominence, etc.
1. The relationship between idealism and politics is not academic.
2. For though neither empiricism nor idealism are satisfactory, Ishmael does use both.
3. For these reasons, however, left idealism constitutes a severe attack on private property under capitalism.
Meaning: White people used Violent public acts to terrorize and control Black people in the 19th and 20th centuries, particularly in the South.
Synonyms: Execution, capital punishment, mob justice, stringing up, the gallows, vigilante justice.
1. A grand jury was convened, which indicted only two men, not for lynching, but for breaking into the jail.
2. Anonymous flyers posted around town have accused him of murder and threatened him with lynching.
3. The National Guard was called to protect the defendants from lynching during their trials.
Meaning: Implies a carefree indifference marked by half-hearted efforts.
Synonyms: Apathetic, halfhearted, laid-back, lazy, lethargic, listless, passive, abstracted, daydreaming, disinterested, dreamy, dull, energyless, enervated, etc.
1. My problem is that we become lackadaisical when we get a few wins.
2. Select kidneys and maintenance so that my energy is away from the valedictory lackadaisical days of fatigue!
3. Lao Wang is very serious about work, so do not be lackadaisical.