Synonyms & Antonyms : Topical





Topical



( Adjective )


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topical news film has been released today. Shall we go to that film?

Synonyms:

Indicative

Symbolical

Regular

Illustrative

Normal

Contextual Examples:

A mixed economy is a system which is
indicative of the existence of the public & private sectors side by side.

It is a universal phenomenon
symbolical of the co-existence of the rich and the poor.

There is
regular competition among the private entrepreneurs on the one side and a regulated coordination between the public and private sectors on the others.

The system is
illustrative of the logical pattern that runs the economy of all countries in mutual relationships in economic life.



Antonyms:

Abnormal

Singular

Divergent

Peculiar

Contextual Examples:

In the middle ages, the relationship among human was
abnormal. There were feudal and serfs, aristocrats and the common.

There was emphasis on the
singular interest of the feudal, the kings and the nobles.

Some of the
peculiar philosophies held away few other philosophies. The philosophy of divine right of kings and sub divine right of the nobles were started as destined by God!




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