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, SBI Clerk, RRB JE, NIACL AO, FCI, CWC, LIC AAO, SSC, NTPC exams as well. The words in the Daily Vocabulary Booster 17 May 2019 are taken directly from the editorial of the Hindu Newspaper.
Read in Hindi: द हिन्दू दैनिक शब्दावली बूस्टर 17 मई 2019
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 17 May 2019.
The Hindu Editorial Daily Vocabulary Booster 17 May 2019
|Words||Meanings & Synonyms||Usage|
|Compliance||The action or fact of complying with a wish or command;
Obeying an order, rule, or request
|The company said that it had always acted in compliance with environmental laws.|
|Diktat||An order or decree imposed by someone in power without popular consent;
Rules & laws
|The coach issued a diktat that all team members must attend early-morning practice.|
|Diplomatic||Of or concerning diplomacy;
Involving diplomats or the management of the relationships between countries;
Acting in a way that does not cause offence
|The governments of the two countries have broken off diplomatic relations.|
|Evident||Clearly seen or understood;
Obvious, Apparent, Noticeable, Conspicuous
|The full extent of the damage caused by the cyclone only became evident the following morning.|
|Ferocious||Savagely fierce, cruel, or violent||She has got a ferocious temper.|
|Helplessness||Inability to defend oneself or to act effectively;
|The worst of all is the feeling of helplessness.|
|Legitimate||Conforming to the law or to rules;
Valid, Sound, Admissible
|People complained about excessive government intrusion into their legitimate activities.|
|Premature||Occurring or done before the usual or proper time;
Too early, Untimely
|The excessive exposure to sun rays can cause premature ageing.|
|Rhetoric||Oratory, Eloquence, Power of speech||Political speeches often use rhetoric to evoke emotional responses in the audience.|
|Waiver||An agreement that you do not have to pay or obey something||Farm loan waivers given to farmers is a populist measure by the state governments.|
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