Monday, 31 July 2017

Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - July 31 2017

Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers  

July 31 2017
Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - July 31 2017


The Times of India
Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - July 31 2017


Amid
meaning: surround by, in the middle of (मध्य में,  के दौरान)

Examples:
①  The dancers made their bows amid applause.

② The Qutub Minar still stands amind the ruins.





Dismantle
meaning: break up into pieces (विघटित, टुकड़े टुकड़े करना)
Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - July 31 2017

Examples:
① She dismantled the tape recorder but couldn't identify the problem.

② The opposition accused the government for dismantling the loan waiver policy.



Obligate
Not Obligated to gas deal to India: Iran

meaning: legally or morally forced to do so (बाध्य करना)

Examples:
① You are obligated to payback your loan.

② This contract obligates the company to finish the project within 4 weeks.



The Economic Times

Sticky Wicket
RCom-Aircel deal on sticky wicket.

meaning: a metaphor used to describe a difficult circumstance/ a delicate problem. ( ख़राब परिस्थिति)

Examples:
① The police inspector was on a sticky wicket when he found his son involved in robbery.

② It is a bit sticky wicket for the banks to raise bank interest in thepresent scenario.



Farcical
Nawaz Sharif's Farcical Disqualification by SC

meaning: ridiculous, absurd, laughable (तमाशा,  स्वाँग)

Examples:
① This TV serial is a farcical waste of time.

② The boy was punished for showing his farcical behaviour in his class.


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