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The Hindu – Daily Vocabulary Words 30 January 2020
|Meanings & Synonyms||Antonyms||
|Annex||To add to something earlier, larger, or more important.
To attach as a quality, consequence, or condition.
To incorporate a country or other territory within the domain of a state.
Add, Adjoin, Append, Subjoin
|Abate, Bate, Deduct, Knock off, Remove, Subtract, Take Off
|The U.S. annexed Texas in 1845.|
|Asymptomatic||Presenting no symptoms of disease.||Ill, Unfit, Unhealthy||Six months later, the astronaut was still asymptomatic.|
|Dictate||State or order authoritatively.
Order, Command, Decree, Edict, Rule, Ruling, Ordinance
|Request||The rules dictate that only running shoes must be worn on the track.|
Hesitate, Falter, Waver, Teeter, Vacillate, Oscillate
|Decide, Budge, Stir, Advance, Continue||She’s still dithering over whether to accept the job she’s just been offered.|
|Imperative||Of vital importance; Crucial.||Unimportant, Optional||The president said it was imperative that the release of all hostages be secured.|
|Impractical||Not adapted for use or action.
Not sensible or realistic.
Unrealistic, Unworkable, Unfeasible, Non-viable, Impracticable
|He was a dreamy and impractical young man.|
|Retroactively||If a law or decision, etc. is retroactive, it has effect from a date before it was approved.
|The courts cannot apply a new rule retroactively.|
|Succour||Assistance and support in times of hardship and distress.
Give assistance or aid to.
|Distress, Oppress, Maltreat, Injure, Thwart, Burden||Her organization gave succour and strength to those who had been emotionally damaged.|
|Tamper||Interfere with something in order to cause damage or make unauthorized alterations.
Interfere, Monkey around, Meddle, Tinker, Fiddle
|Non-interference||Tampering with pipelines could result in ruptures or fires.|
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