June 2020

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (11 June 2020)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
June 11, 2020

Penetrate (verb) گھسنا، ذہن داخل ہونا، آر پار کرنا

go into or through (something), especially with force or effort.
Example: “the shrapnel had penetrated his head”
Synonyms: pierce, puncture, make a hole in, perforate, stab, prick, probe, gore, spike
Antonyms: misconstrue, leave, neglect, misinterpret

Err (verb) غلطی کرنا، بھولنا

be mistaken or incorrect; make a mistake.
Example: “the judge had erred in ruling that the evidence was inadmissible”
Synonyms: make a mistake, be wrong, be in error, be mistaken, mistake, make a blunder, blunder
Antonyms: be right, innocent, well behaved

Berate (verb) لعنت ملامت کرنا، ڈانٹنا

scold or criticize (someone) angrily.
Example: “she berated herself for being fickle”
Synonyms: rebuke, reprimand, reproach, reprove, admonish, remonstrate with, chastise
Antonyms: praise

Congregation (noun) جماعت، مجلس، کوئی قومی اجتماع

a group of people assembled for religious worship.
Example: “the singing of psalms by the whole congregation”
Synonyms: parishioners, parish, churchgoers, flock, fold, faithful, following, followers
Antonyms: division, separation

Sojourn (noun) چند روز قیام کرنا، عارضی قیام کرنا

a temporary stay.
Example: “her sojourn in Rome”
Synonyms: stay, visit, stop, stopover, residence, holiday, vacation
Antonyms: abandon, avoid, depart, forfeit, forfend, journey

Legitimate (adjective) جائز، قانونی

conforming to the law or to rules.
Example: “his claims to legitimate authority”
Synonyms: legal, lawful, licit, legalized, authorized, permitted, permissible, allowable, allowed
Antonyms: illegal, illegitimate

Flout (verb) مذاق اڑانا، ہنسی اڑانا، طعنہ دینا

openly disregard (a rule, law, or convention).
Example: “the advertising code is being flouted”
Synonyms: defy, refuse to obey, go against, rebel against, scorn, disdain, show contempt for, fly in the face of
Antonyms: observe

Excruciating (adjective) اذیت ناک، انتہائی تکلیف دہ

intensely painful.
Example: “excruciating back pain”
Synonyms: agonizing, extremely painful, severe, acute, intense, extreme, savage, violent, racking
Antonyms: slight, mild

Flagrant (adjective) انتہائی برا، قابل مذمت

(of an action considered wrong or immoral) conspicuously or obviously offensive.
Example: “a flagrant violation of the law”
Synonyms: blatant, glaring, obvious, overt, evident, conspicuous, naked, barefaced, shameless, brazen
Antonyms: unobtrusive, slight

Inhumane (adjective) ظالم، وحشی، بے رحم

without compassion for misery or suffering; cruel.
Example: “confining wild horses is inhumane”
Synonyms: cruel, harsh, brutal, callous, sadistic, severe, savage, vicious, barbaric, barbarous
Antonyms: humane, compassionate

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