Daily Dawn Vocabulary

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

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


Diminish (verb) کم کرنا، گھٹانا

make or become less.
Example: “the new law is expected to diminish the government’s chances”
Synonyms: decrease, decline, reduce, lessen, shrink, contract, grow smaller, fall off, drop off
Antonyms: increase, flare up, get worse


Enthusiasm (noun) ولولہ، گرم جوشی، پرجوش

intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval.
Example: “her energy and enthusiasm for life”
Synonyms: eagerness, keenness, ardour, fervour, warmth, passion, zeal, zealousness
Antonyms: apathy


Perilous (adjective) خطرناک، خوفناک

full of danger or risk.
Example: “a perilous journey south”
Synonyms: dangerous, fraught with danger, hazardous, risky, unsafe, treacherous, precarious
Antonyms: safe, secure


Frown (verb) ناپسندیدگی، گھورنا

furrow one’s brows in an expression indicating disapproval, displeasure, or concentration.
Example: “he frowned as he reread the letter”
Synonyms: scowl, glower, glare, lour, look sullen, make a face, look daggers
Antonyms: smile


Sore (adjective) درد، زخم، حساس

(of a part of one’s body) painful or aching.
Example: “she had a sore throat”
Synonyms: painful, in pain, hurting, hurt, aching, throbbing, smarting, stinging, burning
Antonyms: healthy


Proscribe (verb) جلاوطن کرنا، روکناحکم کرنا

forbid, especially by law.
Example: “strikes remained proscribed in the armed forces”
Synonyms: forbid, prohibit, ban, bar, disallow, rule out, embargo, veto, make illegal, interdict
Antonyms: allow, permit


Proscription (noun) ممنوع، حرام، ممنوعہ

the action of forbidding something; banning.
Example: “the proscription of the party after the 1715 Rebellion”
Synonyms: prohibition, prohibiting, forbidding, banning, ban, barring, bar, disallowing, ruling out
Antonyms: allowing


Violent (adjective) شدید، پرتشدد

using or involving physical force intended to hurt, damage, or kill someone or something.
Example: “a violent confrontation with riot police”
Synonyms: brutal, vicious, savage, harsh, rough, aggressive, bullying, threatening, terrorizing, fierce
Antonyms: gentle, weak


Espouse (verb) انتخاب کرنا، تائید کرنا، بیاہ کرنا

adopt or support (a cause, belief, or way of life).
Example: “she espoused the causes of justice and freedom for all”
Synonyms: adopt, embrace, take up, take to, take to one’s heart, accept, welcome, support
Antonyms: reject, oppose


Flamboyant (adjective) بھڑکیلا، پرنور، جاذب نظر

(of a person or their behaviour) tending to attract attention because of their exuberance, confidence, and stylishness.
Example: “the band’s flamboyant lead singer”
Synonyms: ostentatious, exuberant, confident, lively, buoyant, animated, energetic, vibrant.
Antonyms: modest, restrained


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