The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary: 6th February 2020

Consciousness (noun) - awareness, feeling, memory, attention (चेतना)

Example - She failed to regain consciousness and died two days later


Psyche (noun) - soul, spirit, mind, individuality (मानस)

Example - Their childhood made them want to understand the human psyche and to help others.


Boycotted (verb) - withdraw from commercial, avoid, reject, spurn (बहिष्कार किया)

Example - We will boycott all banks which take part in the loan scheme.


Arguably (adverb) - possibly, probably, perhaps,(यकीनन)

Example- He is arguably the greatest men tennis player of all time.


Impeachment (noun) - the act of charging, validity of something,(दोषारोपण)

Example- He governor was impeached for wrongful use of state money.


Acquittal (noun) - discharge, release, absolution, declaration of innocence (दोषमुक्ति)

Example- He hoped for an acquittal.


Restraint (noun)- something under control, moderation, unemotional behaviour (संयम)

Example - The oil industry is exercising restraint.


Culmination (noun) - pinnacle, top, climactic point of something(परिणति)

Example - The discovery culminated many years of research.


Litigation (noun) - litigation, suit, lawsuit, prolusion, case (मुकदमेबाज़ी)

Example - He company was in litigation for almost a year.


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