05/03/2017

২০০ নিউজপেপার ভোকাবুলারি

Act: take action; do something
Advertisement : Promotional contents
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Affiliate : to be part of something
Aid (verb): to help
Aid: (noun) military or financial help
Alert: alarm, warning
Allege: make an accusation
Anchor:  The person who presents
Appear: appear in court accused of a crime
Article : write-up
Axe (noun): abolition, closure
Axe (verb): abolish, close down
Back page : the last page
Back: support
Ban: forbid, refuse to allow something
Bar: refuse 
Bid: attempt
Blast: criticize violently
Blast: explosion
Blaze: fire
Blow: bad news, unfortunate happening
Bond: political or business association
Boom: big increase; prosperous period
Boost: encourage
Brink: edge of disaster
Call for: demand/ appeal for
Campaign: organized effort to achieve social or political result
Caption : a title or brief explanation appended to an article
Cartoon : a simple drawing showing the features of its subjects
Circulation : publicity
Claim (verb): make a statement that something is true
Clamp down on: deal firmly with
Clash: quarrel, fight
Classifieds : small advertisements placed in a newspaper
Clear: find innocent
Clip : footage
Columnist : The person who write column
Comic strip: a series of drawings that tell a story
Comics : humorous talk
Con: swindle
Correspondent
Crackdown: firm application of the law
Crash: failure
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Curb: restrict
Cut: reduce
Dash: make quick journey
Deadlock: disagreement that cannot be solved
Deal: agreement
Drive: united effort
Drop (noun): fall
Drop (verb): give up; get rid of
Edge: move gradually
Editor : The person who edits
Editorial : The part of newspaper written by the editor
Evening edition : The news that comes to light at evening
Extra : additional
Footage : clips
Feature : exclusive articles
Firm: determined not to change
Flak: heavy criticism
Foil: prevent somebody from succeeding
Front page : the first page
Gag: censor; prevent from speaking
Go for: be sold for
Go: resign; be lost, disappear
Go-ahead: approval
Grab: take violently
Grip: control; hold tightly
Gun down: shoot
Hail: welcome; praise
Halt: stop
Haul: amount stolen in robbery, or seized by police or customs
Head for: move towards
Headline : a heading at the top of an article
Hike: rise in costs, prices etc. 
Hit out at: attack with words
Hit: affect badly
Hitch: problem that causes delay
Hold: arrest; keep under arrest
Interviewer : The person who takes interviews
Journalist : The person who collects news information
Key: important
Landslide: victory by a large majority in election
Lash: criticize violently
Lead story : the most important story
Lead: clue (in police enquiry) 
Leak: unofficial publication of secret information
Leap: big increase
Life: imprisonment for life
Loom: threaten to happen
Mar: spoil
Mission: delegation (official group sent to a conference etc) 
Mob: angry crowd
Morning edition : the newspaper that brought to light in the morning
Move: step towards a particular result (often political) 
Nail: force somebody to admit the truth
Newspaper office
Newspaper section
Newspaper story
Newsprint
Newsstand
Obituary
Odds: chances, probability
Opt (for) : choose
Oust: drive out, replace
Over: about; on the subject of, because of
Pact: agreement
Peak: high point
Peg: hold (prices etc) at present level
Photographer
Plea: call for help
Press for: ask for urgently
Press: the newspapers
Pull out: withdraw
Push for: ask for, encourage
Quit: resign, leave
Quotes
Raid: enter and search
Rampage: riot
Rap: criticize
Reader's page
Reporter
Review
Riddle: mystery
Rift: division, disagreement
Rock: shock, shake
Row: noisy disagreement, quarrel
Rule out: reject the possibility of
Sack: dismissal from job
Scare: public alarm, alarming rumour
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Scrap: throw out as useless
Seize: take especially in police and customs searches
Set to: ready to; about to
Slam: criticize violently
Slash: cut, reduce drastically
Slump: fall (economic) 
Spark: cause to start
Spree: wild spending expenditure
Stake: financial interest
Storm out of: leave angrily
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Tabloid
Toll: number killed
TV guide
Urge: encourage
Vow: promise
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