Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (19 March 2020)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (19 March 2020)
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
March 19, 2020

Plummet (verb) پنسال،گہرائی ناپنے کا آلہ

fall or drop straight down at high speed.
Example: “a climber was killed when he plummeted 300 feet down an icy gully”
Synonyms: plunge, fall headlong, hurtle, nosedive, dive, drop, crash, descend rapidly

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Menace (noun) خطرے سے دوچار کرنا، دھمکانا

a person or thing that is likely to cause harm; a threat or danger.
Example: “a new initiative aimed at beating the menace of drugs”
Synonyms: danger, peril, risk, hazard, threat, jeopardy
Antonyms: friendly, auspicious

Stimulus (noun) محرک، اشتعال، تحریک

a thing or event that evokes a specific functional reaction in an organ or tissue.
Example: “areas of the brain which respond to auditory stimuli”
Synonyms: spur, stimulant, encouragement, impetus, boost, prompt, prod, incentive, inducement
Antonyms: deterrent, discouragement

Meagre (adjective) معمولی، چھوٹا، لاغر، قلیل

(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality.
Example: “they were forced to supplement their meagre earnings”
Synonyms: inadequate, scanty, scant, paltry, limited, restricted, modest, insufficient, sparse, spare
Antonyms: abundant

Afloat (adjective) پانی میں تیرتا ہوا، پوری شدت کے ساتھ

floating in water; not sinking.
Example: “they trod water to keep afloat”
Synonyms: buoyant, floating, buoyed up, non-submerged, suspended, drifting, on/above the surface
Antonyms: sunk, sinking

Omit (verb) چھوڑ دینا، نظر انداز کرنا

leave out or exclude (someone or something), either intentionally or forgetfully.
Example: “he was omitted from the second Test”
Synonyms: leave out, exclude, fail to include, except, shut out, leave off, take out, miss out, miss
Antonyms: add, include

Abrupt (adjective) اچانک، غیر متوقع

sudden and unexpected.
Example: “I was surprised by the abrupt change of subject”
Synonyms: sudden, immediate, instantaneous, hurried, hasty, quick, swift, rapid, speedy
Antonyms: gradual, unhurried

Befit (verb) موزوں ہونا، زیب دینا، جچنا

be appropriate for; suit.
Example: “as befits a Quaker, he was a humane man”
Synonyms: in keeping with, as befits, fitting, appropriate to, fit for, suitable for, suited to, apt for, proper to
Antonyms: out of keeping with

Virtue (noun) نیکی، اچھائی، فضیلت

behaviour showing high moral standards.
Example: “paragons of virtue”
Synonyms: goodness, virtuousness, righteousness, morality, ethicalness, uprightness, upstandingness,
Antonyms: vice, iniquity

Cohesion (noun) ملاپ، ربط، ہم آہنگی

the action or fact of forming a united whole.
Example: “the work at present lacks cohesion”
Synonyms: unity, togetherness, solidarity, bond, sticking together, continuity, coherence, connection
Antonyms: incoherence, incoherency

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