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As we all know that now a day’s in All Banking Exams and other competitive exams most of the English Sections were taken from Editorial pages. So it is essential to have a sound knowledge and understanding of English vocabulary. So here we are presenting you Vocabulary from “The Hindu”.

  1. Due (adjective) – expected, anticipated, scheduled for.
  2. Turmoil (noun) – confusion, disorder, agitation/disruption.
  3. Call for (phrasal verb) – require, need, necessitate, make necessary.
  4. Leverage (noun) – influence, power, authority.
  5. Semblance (noun) – appearance; resemblance; similarity (archaic).
  6. Concerted (adjective) – energetic, active, strong/intense.
  7. Persuade (verb) – convince, influence, induce.
  8. Steer (verb) – guide, lead, direct.
  9. Recourse to (verb) – resort to, utilize, employ.
  10. Coercive (adjective) – authoritarian, imperious, high-handed.
  11. Pit against (phrasal verb) – set/match against, put in opposition to, put in competition with.
  12. Polity (noun) – a state as a political entity.
  13. Bureaucracy (noun) – administration, government, the system.
  14. Depose (verb) – remove from office, unseat, dethrone.
  15. Exile (noun) – banishment, expulsion, expatriation/deportation.
  16. Reinstate (verb) – bring back, reinstitute, put back.
  17. Comply with (verb) – abide by, conform to, adhere to/respect.
  18. Uphold (verb) – confirm/justify; maintain, continue (a custom/practice).
  19. Egregious (adjective) – extremely bad; shocking.
  20. In the midst of (phrase) – in the middle of.


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