Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (12 May 2020)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (12 May 2020)
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
May 12, 2020


Bustle (verb) ہنگامہ، بھاگ دوڑ کرنا، ہلچل

move in an energetic and busy manner.
Example: “people clutching clipboards bustled about”
Synonyms: rush, dash, scurry, scuttle, scamper, scramble, flutter, fuss, hurry, hasten
Antonyms: amble

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Contradict (verb) متصادم ہونا، تضاد ہونا، تردید کرنا

deny the truth of (a statement) by asserting the opposite.
Example: “the survey appears to contradict the industry’s claims”
Synonyms: deny, refute, rebut, dispute, counter, say the opposite of, gainsay, controvert
Antonyms: confirm, verify, agree with


Scapegoat (noun) فرضی قصور وار، قربانی کا بکرا

a person who is blamed for the wrongdoings, mistakes, or faults of others, especially for reasons of expediency.
Synonyms: whipping boy, victim, Aunt Sally, goat, fall guy, patsy
Antonyms:


Omission (noun) بھول چوک، چھوٹ

someone or something that has been left out or excluded.
Example: “there are glaring omissions in the report”
Synonyms: deletion, cut, exclusion, gap, blank, lacuna, hiatus, oversight
Antonyms: addition, inclusion


Disseminate (verb) پھیلانا، پھیلاﺅ، بکھر اﺅ

spread (something, especially information) widely.
Example: “health authorities should foster good practice by disseminating information”
Synonyms: spread, circulate, distribute, disperse, diffuse, proclaim, promulgate, propagate
Antonyms: repress, suppress, stifle, discountenance


Prone (adjective) ڈھلوان، چت، منہ کے بل

likely or liable to suffer from, do, or experience something unpleasant or regrettable.
Example: “farmed fish are prone to disease”
Synonyms: susceptible, vulnerable, liable, inclined, given, subject, disposed, predisposed
Antonyms: resistant, immune


Hazard (noun) خطرہ، ڈر

a danger or risk.
Example: “the hazards of childbirth”
Synonyms: danger, risk, peril, threat, menace, difficulty, problem, pitfall, jeopardy
Antonyms: keep safe


Grim (adjective) ڈراﺅنا، سنگدل، سخت، شدید

very serious or gloomy.
Example: “his grim expression”
Synonyms: stern, forbidding, uninviting, unapproachable, aloof, distant, formidable, strict
Antonyms: amiable, pleasant


Reveal (verb) ظاہر کرنا، آشکار کرنا

make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others.
Example: “Brenda was forced to reveal Robbie’s whereabouts”
Synonyms: divulge, disclose, tell, let out, let slip, let drop, let fall, give away, give the game/show away
Antonyms: hide, conceal


Tendency (noun) رجحان، رغبت

an inclination towards a particular characteristic or type of behaviour.
Example: “for students, there is a tendency to socialize in the evenings”
Synonyms: propensity, proclivity, proneness, aptness, likelihood, inclination, disposition
Antonyms: averseness, disinclination, dislike, indisposition


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