Vocabulary based questions are often asked in all Banking and Government Exams So we at Oliveboard will be providing you with a daily dose of vocabulary to help you with overcoming your struggle in this section. You need to go through it daily to see a marked improvement in your English vocabulary. We hope it will help you in the upcoming SBI PO, RRB JE, NIACL AO, IB Security exams as well. The words in the Daily Vocabulary Booster 06 February 2019 are taken directly from the editorial of the Hindu Newspaper.
The Hindu Newspaper is considered the Bible by the various exam aspirants as it has the best unbiased views on various current news and happenings in the world. Also, it helps immensely if you are looking for daily dose of English reading and building your English vocabulary. So, we at Oliveboard present to all our viewers and Exam aspirants a daily dose of difficult words with their meanings, synonyms and the correct usage in this blog of The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 06 February 2019.
The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 06 February 2019
|Word||Meaning & Synonym||Usage|
|Belligerence||Hostile and Aggressive||The Boss’s mood at the meeting was belligerent.|
|Bloated||Swollen with fluid or gas;
|His neighbour has a bloated, unshaven face.|
|Defuse||Remove the fuse from (an explosive device) in order to prevent it from exploding;
Make a situation less tense or dangerous;
|The recent scheme teaches officers how to defuse potentially explosive situations.|
|Inexcusable||Too bad to be justified or tolerated;
|Mohan’s behaviour in the meeting was inexcusable.|
|Manhandling||Handle someone roughly by dragging or pushing;
|The director was manhandled by the officers outside his office.|
|Money-Laundering||The concealment of the origins of illegally obtained money, typically by means of transfers involving foreign banks or legitimate businesses||The official was convicted of money-laundering and tax evasion.|
|Ostensibly||As appears or is stated to be true, though not necessarily so;
|The secretary resigned, ostensibly from ill health.|
|Stand-off||A deadlock between two equally matched opponents in a dispute or conflict;
|The 15-day-old stand-off was no closer to being resolved.|
|Unedifying||Distasteful; Unpleasant||No one can forget the unedifying episode that took place last night.|
|Vest||Confer or bestow power, authority, property on someone;||Executive power in our country is vested in the President.|
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