The Hindu Editorial Vocabulary (Nipah amidst a pandemic) – 08 September, 2021


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  1. With regard to (phrase) – regarding, concerning, with respect to, in respect of, with reference to.
  2. Outbreak (noun) – outburst, flaring up, breakout, sudden appearance/occurrence of something.
  3. Fatality (noun) – death, casualty, mortality/loss.
  4. Fan (verb) – intensify, increase, exacerbate.
  5. Exotic (adjective) – relating to a virus/disease which is imported into a country in which they do not otherwise occur.
  6. Foreign to (adjective) – not belonging to, irrelevant, not pertinent, inappropriate; unfamiliar, unknown, unheard of, strange, alien, exotic.
  7. Glance (noun) – brief/quick look or review.
  8. Flash (verb) – display, show, present briefly  suddenly.
  9. Mention (noun) – reference, remark, indication, recognition.
  10. Metropolis (noun) – a big city/a large & busy city.
  11. Precede (verb) – come/go before, go in advance of, lead up to.
  12. Discourse (noun) – discussion, conversation, communication, expression.
  13. Commend (verb) – praise, compliment, congratulate, applaud, admire.
  14. Contagion (noun) – the spreading of a dangerous disease.
  15. Mystery (noun as modifier) – a thing that’s identity is unknown.
  16. Diagnosable (adjective) – identifiable, classifiable.
  17. Competent (adjective) – capable, proficient, qualified.
  18. Peter out (phrasal verb) – disappear or decrease gradually; fade away, come to an end, taper off.
  19. Hearten (verb) – comfort, reassure, console, encourage, energize.
  20. Evoke (verb) – invoke, induce, kindle, stimulate, stir up.
  21. Anticipatory (adjective) – hopeful, eager.
  22. Elusive (adjective) – difficult to find, difficult to achieve; intangible.
  23. Spike (noun) – a sharp rise/increase of something.
  24. Spell (verb) – lead to, result in, bring about, cause.
  25. Tweak (verb) – adjust, modify, alter, tune, change (finely).
  26. Bet (noun) – option, choice, alternative, course of action, plan.
  27. Coax (verb) – persuade, cajole, prevail on, butter up, sweat talk. 

Source : The Hindu Newspaper

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