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The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 31 December 2018
|1.||ACCRUE||Accumulate or receive payments or benefits over time||He was able to accrue a large amount of money and that is why he need not want a regular job.|
|2.||AUGURY||A sign of what will happen in the future;
|Our army winning the war is a good augury.|
|3.||CONSOLIDATION||The action or process of making something stronger or more solid;
The action or process of combining several things into a single more effective
|The parliament passed the bill for the consolidation of State Bank of India.|
|4.||CONTEND||Assert something as a position in an argument||She contends that the judgement was wrong and unjust.|
|5.||DEFICIT||An excess of expenditure or liabilities over income or assets in a period||The government’s only objective was to decrease the revenue deficit.|
|6.||DIAGNOSE||Identify the nature of an illness by examination of the symptoms;
|His father was diagnosed with cancer the last week.|
|7.||DISQUIET||A feeling of worry or unease||She felt disquieted after the sales data didn’t show any upward trend.|
|8.||DUTIFULLY||In a conscientious or obedient manner||The man in the white car was the one who dutifully reported the incident that took place last night.|
|9.||ESTIMATE||Roughly calculate or judge the value, number, quantity, or extent of||The sales estimates came out be fallacious.|
|10.||FISCAL||Relating to government revenue, especially taxes||Fiscal deficit needs to be reduced.|
|11.||GLARING||Giving out or reflecting a strong or dazzling light;
Staring fiercely or fixedly;
Highly obvious or conspicuous
|The glaring omission in data is hidden from nobody.|
|12.||IMPERATIVE||Of vital importance;
|The filing of tax returns is imperative.|
|13.||INDUCE||Bring about or give rise to||None of the incentives could induce a change in the behaviour of employees.|
|14.||ONUS||Something that is one’s duty or responsibility.||The onus of sending everybody home safely was on me.|
|15.||OVERSHOT||Go past an intended stopping or turning point inadvertently;
Exceed a financial target or limit
|They overshot the original destination.
|16.||PROTRACTED||Lasting for a long time or longer than expected or usual.||The bitter and protracted land dispute troubled the villagers.|
|17.||QUANTUM||A required or allowed amount, especially an amount of money legally payable in damages||The court will decide on the quantum of compensation that is to be paid to the family.|
|18.||REASSURING||Say or do something to remove the doubts and fears of someone||Mother tried to reassure her daughter after the assault.|
|19.||REQUISITE||A thing that is necessary for the achievement of a specified end||Requisite changes need to be made in the plans.|
|20.||SKEW||An oblique angle;
A bias towards one group or subject
|The skewed sex-ratio was a clear indication of the situation.|
|21.||SURGE||A sudden powerful forward or upward movement;
A sudden large increase, typically a temporary one
|The company predicted a 20% surge in the prices of the shares.|
|22.||TEMPTATION||The desire to do something, especially something wrong or unwise||The temptation to eat chocolates can be very harmful for a diabetic person.|
Course, route, path, track,
|The missile’s trajectory could not be predicted anymore.|
|24.||TRANSFUSED||Transfer blood or its components from one person or animal to another||The blood transfusion was not done with precautions and safety.|
|25.||TRANSMISSIBLE||Capable of being transmitted from one person to another||This is the list of transmissible diseases.|
|26.||UNDERWHELMING||Fail to impress or make a positive impact on someone;
|The underwhelming performance of the group disappointed the judges.|
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