Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - September 13 2017 (Day 15) (#EnglishVocabulary)

Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - September 13 2017 (Day 15)

Learn English Vocabulary From News Papers - September 13 2017 (Day 15) (#EnglishVocabulary)

The Indian Express


Revenge

Sasikala out, nephew vows revenge

meaning: harm done to someone in return for an injury suffered at his/her hands (बदला)


Examples:
1. This movie is about a woman who took revenge on her unfaithful husband.
2.  After the loss, he demanded that he be given his revenge.




To vow
Sasikala out, nephew vows revenge

meaning:  swear oath, to pledge ( क़सम खाना, प्रतिज्ञा करना)

Examples:
1. After a painful divorce, she vowed never to marry.
2. Having being cured by a saint, she vowed to devote her life to his services.



To deck up

Roads decked up, 100 cameras in place for Abe visit today


meaning: dress up, fancy up, put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive (बढिया दिखना )

Examples:
1. The young girls were all fancied up for the party.
2. Every Diwali this market gets as decked up as a pretty bride.



To breach
Sensex breaches 32K level

meaning: to make an opening in a wall or fence, (भेद देना, सेंध करना)

Examples:
1. Their defences were easily breached.
2. He claims that his partner breached the agreement by selling the property.




Gaze

Cricket world's gaze falls on Pakistan

meaning: steady look (टकटकी,  निगाह ,  अवलोकन )

Examples:
1. He fixed his gaze out the window.
2. He lowered the newspaper and his steady gaze met hers.

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