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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 27 December 2018
|1.||ACKNOWLEDGE||Recognize the importance or quality of||The corporate world has begun to acknowledge his genius and excellence.|
|2.||COLLOQUIAL||Used in ordinary or familiar conversation;
Not formal or literary
|Colloquial language is not considered appropriate in official mails.|
|3.||CRITICISM||The expression of disapproval of someone or something based on perceived faults or mistakes||The present government received a lot of criticism by the intellectuals.|
|4.||DICKENSIAN||Reminiscent of the novels of Charles Dickens, especially in suggesting the poor social conditions or comically repulsive characters that they portray||The Dickensian characters were very interesting.|
|5.||ERA||A long and distinct period of history||The death of the emperor is considered beginning of new era.|
|6.||GAUGE||An instrument that measures and gives a visual display of the amount, level, or contents of something;
A means of estimating something.
|Astronomers can gauge the brightness of any planet or star.|
|7.||GLARE||Stare in an angry or fierce way||His glare scares me to the core.|
|8.||INCUMBENT||Necessary for someone as a duty or responsibility;
Of an official currently holding office
|The incumbent chief minister lost the recent elections.|
|9.||INFLATION||A general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money;
The condition of being inflated
|The main agenda of the monetary policy was to control inflation.
|10.||LAPSE||A brief or temporary failure of concentration, memory, or judgement||Her lapse of concentration in the first half of the match cost her the match.|
|11.||MANDATE||An official order or commission to do something;
Require something to be done; make mandatory
|The government issued a mandate to seek the release of the political prisoners.|
|12.||PLUNGE||Fall suddenly and uncontrollably;
Suffer a rapid decrease in value
|The prices of the vegetables plunged to great extent.|
|13.||PROHIBITION||Formally forbid something by law, rule, or other authority||Cigarette smoking was strictly prohibited inside the premises.|
|14.||PROTOCOL||The accepted or established code of procedure or behaviour in any group, organization, or situation||The princess went against the protocol in front of the king.|
|15.||REMISS||Lacking care or attention to duty;
|It would be very remiss of me if I do not follow the traffic rules.|
|The labourers found the mining job reasonably remunerative.|
|17.||REQUISITIONING||Demand the use or supply of something by official order;
An official order laying claim to the use of property or materials
|The official ordered the requisitioning of the building for personal usage.|
|18.||SHORTCOMING||A fault or failure to meet a certain standard||The shortcomings in the plan cost the company millions.|
|19.||SLUMP||Sit, lean, or fall heavily and limply;
Undergo a sudden severe or prolonged fall in price, value, or amount
|The prices of the land slumped after the government interference.|
|20.||SPECTRUM||A band of colours, as seen in a rainbow;
Used to classify something in terms of its position on a scale between two extreme points
|He was on the right of the political spectrum.|
|21.||TEETERING||Move or balance unsteadily; sway back and forth.||She had to teeter after him in her sandals.|
|22.||UNAPPROVED||Not officially accepted or sanctioned||The builder started working on the unapproved plans.|
|23.||UNSCRUPULOUS||Having or showing no moral principles;
Not honest or fair
|The unscrupulous landlord extracted extra money from the poor tenants.|
|24.||UPTREND||An upward tendency, especially a rise in economic value||The uptrend in sales was seen after she joined the team.|
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