The Hindu Lead Article (A straightforward lesson on resolution) – Jul 30, 2019

The Hindu Lead Article (A straightforward lesson on resolution) – Jul 30, 2019

U.S. President Donald Trump’s claim last Monday that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked him at the G-20 summit in June in Japan to mediate between India and Pakistan on the Kashmir question may,… For further reading, visit “The Hindu”. Below is today’s advanced word list-1 for The Hindu Lead Article (A straightforward lesson on resolution) – Jul 30, 2019.

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Today’s Advanced Word List 1 for The Hindu Lead Article (A straightforward lesson on resolution) – Jul 30, 2019:

  1. sort out (phrasal verb) – settle, resolve, sort/solve.
  2. outsource (verb) – assign (work) to others, contract out.
  3. deftly (adverb) – cleverly, proficiently, skillfully.
  4. out-of-the-blue (phrase) – unexpected, sudden, unanticipated/surprising.
  5. fuel (verb) – stimulate, encourage, intensify.
  6. speculation (noun) – assumption, supposition/feeling, guesswork/postulation.
  7. imply (verb) – say indirectly, suggest, hint.
  8. mixed bag (noun) – a various collection of things; mixture, variety.
  9. hypernationalism (noun) – excessive nationalism, ultranationalism, supernationalism.
  10. frenzied (adjective) – uncontrolled, intense, furious/mad.
  11. milieu (noun) – environment, background, atmosphere.
  12. bilateral (adjective) – involving two groups or countries.
  13. diplomacy (noun) – international politics, foreign affairs, foreign policy.
  14. come under (phrasal verb) – be subjected to.
  15. be on the radar (phrase) – to be noticed or important.
  16. scrutiny (noun) – observation, inspection, examination.
  17. overt (adjective) – clear, apparent, obvious.
  18. de facto (adjective) – actual, existing, effective.
  19. de jure (adjective) – lawful, legitimate, valid.
  20. vis-a-vis (preposition) – in relation to, with regard to.
  21. unsavoury (adjective) – disreputable, unpleasant, disagreeable.
  22. distaste (noun) – dislike, disfavour, aversion.
  23. deep pockets (plural noun) – affluence, prosperity/ well-being, riches.
  24. desirous (adjective) – desiring, eager for, longing for.
  25. escalation (noun) – intensification; an increase in the intensity of something.
  26. seek (verb) – try, attempt, aim.
  27. averse (adjective) – opposed to, against, hostile.
  28. stand-off (noun) – deadlock, stalemate, impasse (in a dispute/conflict).
  29. diffusion (noun) – spreading, dispersal, dissemination.
  30. underlie (verb) – be fundamental, be basic, be essential.
  31. emanate from (verb) – emerge, originate, start.
  32. disparage (verb) – undervalue, discredit, deprecate.
  33. unfolding (adjective) – transpiring, developing, emerging.
  34. implications (noun) – consequence/outcome, ramification, repercussion.
  35. frosty (adjective) – unfriendly, inhospitable/unwelcoming, hostile.
  36. invariably (adverb) – always, every time/each time; habitually/inevitably.
  37. albeit (conjunction) – though, even though, however.
  38. heat (noun) – intensive pressure; fervour, emotion, intensity.
  39. quagmire (noun) – unfortunate situation, muddle, mix-up.
  40. meddle (verb) – handle, interfere intrude/intervene unwantedly.

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2. Definitions (elementary level) & Synonyms provided for the words above are my personal work and not that of Oxford University Press. Tentative definitions/meanings are provided for study purpose only and they may vary in different context. 
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