The Daily Star (12/10/2015) এর Editorial এর মধ্যে কিছু গুরুত্বপূর্ণ শব্দ এর অর্থ ও Synonym

আজকের (12/10/2015) The Daily Star এর Editorial এর মধ্যে কিছু গুরুত্বপূর্ণ শব্দ এর অর্থ ও Synonym দিলাম এর পর Editorial টি পড়ুন:

1. Workforce(শ্রমবাজার)।
2. Fared (ভালো বা খারাপ ভাগ্য অথবা ব্যাবহার লাভ করা) : to experience good or bad fortune, treatment etc.
3. Hailed (প্রশংসা) : praise, to acclaim, approve enthusiastically.
4. Emphasise (গুরুত্ব প্রদান)।
5.Contribution (অবদান)।
6. Ingrained (বদ্ধমূল, মজ্জাগত) : immanent, inborn, inbred, innate.
7. Collateral (পাশাপাশি, সদৃশ/ একই উৎস জাত)।
8. Constitute (গঠিত করা, নিয়োগ করা, বৈধ ক্ষমতা দেয়া)।
9. Potential (সম্ভাবনা, অন্তর্নিহিত): implicit, possible.
10. Innovative(উদ্ভাবনী) :creative, breaking new ground.
11. Giant leap (বড় ধরনের অগ্রগতি, উলম্ফন)।
12. Participation (অংশগ্রহন)।
13. Obstacle (বাধা) : impediments, hindrance, barrier.
14. Sans (ব্যাতিত) : Without.
অন্য Editorial এর কিছু শব্দ:

1. Resolve (সমাধান, সম্প্রদান) : determine,Conclude.
3. Stalemate (অচল অবস্থা, চালমাত) : Dead lock, halt, impasse.
4. Veracity: (সত্যতা) integrity, verity.
5. Agitating (উত্তেজক, উদ্বেগজনক)।
6. Incontrovertible (অকাট্য, সুনিশ্চিত) : incontestable, irrefutable.
7. Reluctant : (অনিচ্ছুক, অনাগ্রহী) : dubious, indisposed.
8. Outright(নির্জলা,স্পষ্ট) ।
9. Arbitrary(খেয়ালমাফিক, স্বেচ্ছাচার প্রসূত) : dictatorial, peremptory.

আসুন এবার পত্রিকার কিছু অংশ পড়ি।
The Daily Star, October 12, 2015

((Rise of women in the workforce
Still a long way to go))
At 36 percent, Bangladesh has fared better than most South Asian countries in terms of women’s participation in the workforce and the World Bank has rightly hailed the country as a model to emphasise the need for investing more on women.
However, women’s contribution to economic activities sans agriculture and the garment industry, still remains far below their potential, according to the international financial institution.
Women workers face harder obstacles, from balancing work and family to accessing financing, partly due to deeply ingrained gender bias, discriminatory laws and a lack of collateral. There is still a large wage gap. Women constitute a large percentage of the country’s poor and hungry.
Ample research shows that investing in women will bring benefits to our collective future, leading to stronger local economies as women save more than men and a higher savings rate translates into a higher tax base. Several studies also show that women spend more of their earnings on food, healthcare, home improvement and schooling for children, thus bringing about wellbeing of society in general.
Financial institutions must do a better job of banking on women’s potential. More training institutions should be established to provide them with the necessary skills to equip them with the capacity and the confidence to see their innovative ideas through. Workplaces need to be more gender sensitive.
The country has taken a giant leap towards becoming a middle income country and as per the World Bank requirement, we have to attain a GDP growth of 7.5 percent. We are not going to get there unless barriers preventing women from participating in the workforce are removed.

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