Ajax Loader Words In News | 10 August 2020

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Today’s article title is: Vodafone-Idea’s fate hinges on the Supreme Court’s AGR verdict today

Did you find words that were absolutely new? Great! Below are the explanations given for some of those difficult words you found. Go through them slowly and don’t forget to do the exercises at the end.

Important words and idioms from the article



Pronunciation: hinj

Meaning: to be determined by, based on, or subject (to)

Synonyms: depend, hang, ride, turn

Usage: The verdict hinges upon the ideals of the judge 



Pronunciation: vur-dikt

Meaning: a position arrived at after consideration

Synonyms: award, call, conclusion, decision, deliverance

Antonyms: deadlock, draw, halt, stalemate

Usage: The verdict of the trial is not positive 



Pronunciation: peg

Meaning: to arrange or assign according to type

Synonyms: assort, break down, categorize, class, classify, codify, compartment

Antonyms: confuse, disarrange, jumble

Usage: I had pegged him as a weak team member since the beginning



Pronunciation: ten-yer

Meaning: a fixed period of time during which a person holds a job or position 

Synonyms: hitch, stint, term, tour 

Usage: His tenure as VP was a smooth one



Pronunciation: dih-fur

Meaning: to assign to a later time 

Synonyms: delay, postpone, put off, put over, remit, shelve

Antonyms: act, deal (with), decide (upon), do, work 
Usage: We will defer the results until the evidence comes in

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