Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (13 February 2020)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (13 February 2020)
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
February 13, 2020


Leap (verb) کودنا، اچھلنا، چھلانگ لگانا

jump or spring a long way, to a great height, or with great force.
Example: “he leapt on to the parapet”
Synonyms: jump over, jump, vault over, vault, spring over, bound over, hurdle, skip (over)
Antonyms: reject, fall, plummet

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Mitigate (verb) تخفیف کرنا، اصل سے کم کا انداز لگانا، کمی کرنا

make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful.
Example: “drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem”
Synonyms: alleviate, reduce, diminish, lessen, weaken, lighten, attenuate, take the edge off
Antonyms: aggravate, increase, intensify


Taint (verb) آلودہ، آلودگی، خراب، داغ

contaminate or pollute (something).
Example: “the air was tainted by fumes from the cars”
Synonyms: contaminate, pollute, adulterate, infect, blight, befoul, spoil, soil, ruin, destroy
Antonyms: clean


Anaemic (adjective) اینیمیا کا مریض

suffering from anaemia.
Example: “the doctor said you were a bit anaemic”
Synonyms: colourless, bloodless, pale, pallid, wan, ashen, white, white as a ghost/sheet, grey
Antonyms: ruddy


Myopic (adjective) دور کی نظر کی کمزوری

short-sighted.
Example: “most myopic children can be fitted with glasses to correct their vision”
Synonyms: short-sighted, nearsighted, as blind as a bat, purblind
Antonyms: long-sighted


Enrich (verb) معیاری بنانا، آرائش

improve or enhance the quality or value of.
Example: “her exposure to museums enriched her life in France”
Synonyms: enhance, make richer, improve, add to, augment, supplement, complement,
Antonyms: spoil, devalue, impoverish


Lackadaisical (adjective) سست، مصنوعی نزاکت کا

lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy.
Example: “a lackadaisical defence left Spurs adrift in the second half”
Synonyms: careless, lazy, lax, unenthusiastic, half-hearted, uninterested, lukewarm, indifferent
Antonyms: enthusiastic, excited


Dispel (verb) بھگانا، دفع کرنا، دور کرنا

make (a doubt, feeling, or belief) disappear.
Example: “the brightness of the day did nothing to dispel Elaine’s dejection”
Synonyms: banish, eliminate, dismiss, chase away, drive away, drive off, get rid of, dissipate
Antonyms: engender


Reluctant (adjective) ہچکچاہٹ، اڑیل ، ناراض مند

unwilling and hesitant; disinclined.
Example: “today, many ordinary people are still reluctant to talk about politics”
Synonyms: unwilling, disinclined, unenthusiastic, grudging, resistant, resisting, opposed
Antonyms: willing, eager, ready


Myriad (noun) ہزار ہا، بے شمار

a countless or extremely great number of people or things.
Example: “myriads of insects danced around the light above my head”
Synonyms: multitude, a large/great number/quantity, a lot, scores, quantities, mass, crowd,
Antonyms: calculable


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