The Hindu Newspaper Vocabulary SSC CGL Exam 2017

The Hindu Newspaper Editorial Vocabulary For SSC CGL /MTS /CPO Exam

प्रिय विद्यार्थियों, एसएससी सीजीएल टीयर -1 2017 परीक्षा 5 अगस्त से 24 अगस्त 2017 तक होगी. कभी-कभी एसएससी सीजीएल में, शब्दावली से संबंधित प्रश्न दोहराए जाते हैं, इसलिए आपको एसएससी अड्डा में सभी शब्दावलियों और पिछले वर्ष के शब्दकोष प्रश्नों को संशोधित करने की आवश्यकता है. समाचार पत्र या उपन्यास पढ़ना जारी रखें. आपकी पढ़ने की आदत काफी बदलाव ला सकती है यदि आप एसएससी परीक्षा के लिए एक अख़बार नहीं पढ़ पा रहे हैं, तो यहां हम हिंदू अखबार के संपादकीय के आधार पर शब्दकोष शब्द प्रदान कर रहे हैं

1.Malicious (adjective)-द्वेषपूर्ण 
Meaning: characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm.
Synonyms: spiteful, malevolent, hostile, bitter, venomous, poisonous, evil-intentioned, ill-natured, evil, baleful, vindictive, vengeful, vitriolic, rancorous, malign, malignant, pernicious, mean, nasty, harmful, hurtful, mischievous, destructive, wounding, cruel, unkind, defamatory.
Antonyms: benevolent
Example: Vishal Sikka, CEO and managing director of Infosys, resigned on Friday citing what he termed “baseless, malicious and increasingly personal attacks” by the founders of India’s second-largest software services exporter, led by N.R. Narayana Murthy, that had constrained his ability to bring about change.


2.Ubiquitous (adjective)-सर्वव्यापक
Meaning: present, appearing, or found everywhere.
Synonyms: omnipresent, ever-present, present everywhere, everywhere, all-over, all over the place, pervasive, all-pervasive, universal, worldwide, global.
Example: This optimism was based on many reasons. Akhilesh Yadav was extremely popular and ubiquitous on television. The media heralded him as an agent of change who dared to take on the old guard, even within his own family.

3.Luminary (noun)-प्रकाशग्रह 
Meaning: a person who inspires or influences others, especially one prominent in a particular sphere.
Synonyms: leading light, guiding light, inspiration, leader, expert, master, panjandrum, dignitary, VIP.
Example: To honour luminaries of specific communities, the government  declared public holidays on the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Chandra Shekhar; Maharshi Kashyap Jayanti and Maharshi Nishadraj Jayanti; Hazrat Ajmeri Garib  Nawaz Urs; Maharana Pratap Jayanti; and Karpoori Thakur Jayanti.

4.Patronage (noun)-संरक्षण 
Meaning: the support given by a patron.
Synonyms: sponsorship, backing, funding, financing, philanthropy, promotion, furtherance, help, aid, assistance, support, guaranty, encouragement, championship, advocacy.
Example: The results from U.P. and Tamil Nadu fatally damage the characterisation of Indian voters as motivated solely by patronage. The question is, can academics like us let go of our view that citizens are homo economicus and therefore votes are bought and sold?

5.Stratagem (noun)-कपट 
Meaning: a plan or scheme, especially one used to outwit an opponent or achieve an end.
Synonyms: plan, scheme, tactic, manoeuvre, move, course/line of action, ploy, gambit, device.
Example: Essentially a stratagem to ensure that no muck sticks, this clause is often proffered to shield  persons occupying high office from adverse fallouts when a scandal, controversy or instance of corruption is exposed.

6.Plausible (adjective)-प्रशंसनीय
Meaning: (of an argument or statement) seeming reasonable or probable.
Synonyms: credible, reasonable, believable, likely, feasible, probable, tenable, possible, conceivable, imaginable, within the bounds of possibility, convincing, persuasive, cogent, sound, rational, logical, acceptable, thinkable.
Example: With no evidence to prove it otherwise, the denial becomes plausible. Unsurprisingly, the term was coined to ring fence senior CIA and administration officials in the 1960s from the agency’s murky activities in other countries.

7.Paradox (noun)-विरोधाभास 
Meaning: a seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true.
Synonyms: contradiction, contradiction in terms, self-contradiction, inconsistency, incongruity, anomaly, conflict.
Example: A continuing paradox about India’s growth story in the last two decades, which  have seen a substantial reduction in poverty,  is the persistence of poor performance  on the health count.

8.Fallacious (adjective)-ग़लत
Meaning: based on a mistaken belief.
Synonyms: erroneous, false, untrue, wrong, incorrect, faulty, flawed, inaccurate, inexact, imprecise, mistaken, misinformed, misguided, misleading, deceptive, delusive, delusory, illusory, sophistic, specious, fictitious, spurious, fabricated, distorted, made up, trumped up.
Example: “In so far as loss which occurred to the nation as a whole it will be suffice to state that had coal been extracted if the coal block was allocated to a genuine and deserving company in an objective manner then it would have certainly added to the infrastructural development of the country... Thus it is... a fallacious argument that no wrongful loss or gain has been caused on account of allocation of said coal block to KSSPL,” Mr. Parashar said in the conviction order.

9.Anonymous (adjective)-गुमनाम
Meaning: (of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name.
Synonyms: unnamed, of unknown name, nameless, incognito, unidentified, unknown, unspecified, undesignated, unacknowledged, mystery.
Example: He said his brother had told him two months ago that he was receiving death threats from anonymous people and that he was under “tremendous pressure.” Mr. Mayank said his brother told him about a file he was working on “which will expose a big scam in Karnataka.” 

10.Herald (verb)-सूचना देना,कुछ घटित होने की सोचना देना.
Meaning: be a sign that (something) is about to happen.
Synonyms: signal, indicate, announce, point to, spell, presage, augur, portend, promise, prefigure, foreshadow, foretell
Example: This optimism was based on many reasons. Akhilesh Yadav was extremely popular and ubiquitous on television. The media heralded him as an agent of change who dared to take on the old guard, even within his own family. And the SP-Congress alliance had the social arithmetic in its favour. 

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