October 27, 2017

The Hindu Vocabulary for IBPS, SBI, RBI, CAT & CSAT exams #22

Vocabulary for IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, RBI Grade B, RBI Assistant, CAT & CSAT exams


The following words are taken from The Hindu Editorial, titled - 'Trump and the new world disorder'

The words may have different meanings when used in different contexts. The meanings given below follow the context of the passage mentioned above.

Vocabulary for IBPS PO, IBPS Clerk, IBPS RRB, SBI PO, SBI Clerk, RBI Grade B, RBI Assistant, CAT & CSAT exams
  1. RENEGE - do not do what has been promised
  2. GASP - take a short quick breath through your mouth
  3. DISMANTLE - stop functioning by gradually reducing power
  4. HEGEMONY - one country has more power and control than others
  5. LIBERAL - a system that allows people or organisations a lot of political or economic freedom
  6. DEPRECIATION - decrease in value
  7. CONSERVATIVE - someone who has views that are towards political right
  8. PERSPECTIVES - particular way of thinking about something
  9. CHIPPED AWAY - (phrasal verb) to gradually make something weaker, smaller or less effective
  10. BANKROLLED- to provide the financial resources
  11. UPENDING - turn something upside down; reverse
  12. GOSPEL - set of beliefs
  13. PRONGED - going separate ways
  14. NEOLIBERALISM - an outgrowth of the US liberal movemen
  15. CREDO - a set of principles or beliefs that strongly influence the way a person lives or works
  16. DOGMA - a set of beliefs that people are expected to accept without asking questions about them
  17. MANOEUVRES - military training exercises which involve the movement of soldiers and equipment over a large area
  18. ADHERENCE - devotion to a particular rule
  19. EXHORTED - try hard to persuade someone to do something
  20. NUANCE - taking account of small but important differences
  21. RETREAT -  give up something or move away from something or someone
  22. ACCEDE - to become a party to an agreement, treaty
  23. WAIVER - an international cancellation of some right or interest
  24. ABRUPT - very sudden, often in an unpleasant way
  25. ABDICATION - refused to accept responsibility
  26. FORMIDABLE - terrifying

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