Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (05 April 2020)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
April 05, 2020

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Wreak (verb) بدلہ لینا، انتقام لینا، سزا دینا

cause (a large amount of damage or harm).
Example: “torrential rainstorms wreaked havoc yesterday”
Synonyms: inflict, create, cause, result in, effect, engender, bring about, perpetrate, unleash, vent.
Antonyms: destroy, fail, forget, ignore, neglect

Shambolic (adjective) بدنظمی کے ساتھ

chaotic, disorganized, or mismanaged.
Example: “the department’s shambolic accounting”
Synonyms: chaotic, disorganized, muddled, confused, in (total) disarray, at sixes and sevens, unsystematic.
Antonyms: efficient, organized.

Burgeon (verb) غنچہ، بڑھانا، شگوفہ

begin to grow or increase rapidly; flourish.
Example: “manufacturers are keen to cash in on the burgeoning demand”
Synonyms: grow rapidly, increase rapidly/exponentially, expand, spring up, shoot up, swell, explode.
Antonyms: shrink

Formidable (adjective) خوفناک، ڈراﺅنا، ہیبت ناک

inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable.
Example: “a formidable opponent”
Synonyms: intimidating, forbidding, redoubtable, daunting, alarming, frightening, terrifying, petrifying.
Antonyms: pleasant-looking, comforting, easy, weak.

Haphazard (adjective) اتفاقی، بے ہنگم، بے ضابطہ

lacking any obvious principle of organization.
Example: “the music business works in a haphazard fashion”
Synonyms: random, unplanned, unsystematic, unmethodical, disorganized, disorderly, irregular, indiscriminate.
Antonyms: methodical, systematic.

Reprimand (noun) سرزنش، ملامت، الزام دہی

a formal expression of disapproval.
Example: “the golfer received a reprimand for a breach of rules”
Synonyms: rebuke, reproof, admonishment, admonition, reproach, reproval, scolding, remonstration.
Antonyms: praise, commendation

Despicable (adjective) مایوسی، قابل حقارت

deserving hatred and contempt.
Example: “a despicable crime”
Synonyms: contemptible, loathsome, hateful, detestable, reprehensible, abhorrent, abominable, awful.
Antonyms: admirable, noble

Deplorable (adjective) قابل مذمت، قابل نفرت، غمگین

deserving strong condemnation; completely unacceptable.
Example: “children living in deplorable conditions”
Synonyms: disgraceful, shameful, dishonourable, disreputable, discreditable, unworthy, shabby, inexcusable.
Antonyms: admirable

Succumb (verb) ہار ماننا، مجبوراً تسلیم کرنا، شکست مان لینا

fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force.
Example: “we cannot merely give up and succumb to despair”
Synonyms: yield, give in, give way, submit, surrender, capitulate, cave in, be overcome by, be overwhelmed by.
Antonyms: resist, conquer.

Desperate (adjective) مایوس

feeling or showing a hopeless sense that a situation is so bad as to be impossible to deal with.
Example: “a desperate sadness enveloped Ruth”
Synonyms: despairing, hopeless, anguished, distressed, in despair, suicidal, miserable, wretched.
Antonyms: cheerful, composed.

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  • Hi Dear,
    I hope u r fine n doing well. U r doing a good job for aspirants and many more students of Eng learning. I request you plz add a short paragraph of urdu to eng translation to ur daily items.
    Rashid from Karachi