Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (23 February 2020)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (23 February 2020)
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
February 23, 2020

Forgo (verb) ترک کرنا، چھوڑ دینا، ہاتھ دھوبیٹھنا

go without (something desirable).
Example: “she wanted to forgo the tea and leave while they could”
Synonyms: do without, go without, give up, waive, renounce, surrender, disavow, relinquish, part with
Antonyms: keep

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Gargantuan (adjective) جسیم، بہت بڑا، دیوقامت

Example: “a gargantuan appetite”
Synonyms: enormous, extremely big, extremely large, massive, huge, colossal, vast, immense
Antonyms: tiny

Ramification (noun) تقسیم، شاخ در شاخ، افزائش

a complex or unwelcome consequence of an action or event.
Example: “any change is bound to have legal ramifications”
Synonyms: consequence, result, aftermath, outcome, effect, upshot, issue, sequel, complication
Antonyms: line, trunk, stem, bole, course, thread, sequence

Expedite (verb) پھرتی، جلد بازی کرنا، جلدی کرنا

make (an action or process) happen sooner or be accomplished more quickly.
Example: “he promised to expedite economic reforms”
Synonyms: speed up, accelerate, hurry, hasten, step up, quicken, precipitate, rush, advance
Antonyms: delay, hinder

Gruesome (adjective) لرزہ خیز، بھیانک، ڈراﺅنا

causing repulsion or horror; grisly.
Example: “the most gruesome murder”
Synonyms: grisly, ghastly, frightful, horrid, horrifying, fearful, hideous, macabre, spine-chilling
Antonyms: pleasant

Rigorous (adjective) سخت، بے رحم، کٹھن

extremely thorough and careful.
Example: “the rigorous testing of consumer products”
Synonyms: meticulous, punctilious, conscientious, careful, diligent, attentive, ultra-careful, scrupulous
Antonyms: slapdash

Nullify (verb) منسوخ کرنا، مسترد کرنا، کالعدم قرار دینا

make legally null and void; invalidate.
Example: “judges were unwilling to nullify government decisions”
Synonyms: annul, declare null and void, render null and void, void, invalidate, render invalid, repeal, reverse
Antonyms: ratify, validate, confirm

Restraint (noun) محدود، ممانعت، بندش

a measure or condition that keeps someone or something under control.
Example: “decisions are made within the financial restraints of the budget”
Synonyms: constraint, check, control, restriction, limitation, curtailment, rein, bridle
Antonyms: incitement

Blatant (adjective) کھلم کھلا، واضح، اودھم مچانے والا

(of bad behaviour) done openly and unashamedly.
Example: “blatant lies”
Synonyms: flagrant, glaring, obvious, undisguised, unconcealed, overt, open, transparent, patent
Antonyms: inconspicuous, subtle

Exploitation (noun) استحصال

the action or fact of treating someone unfairly in order to benefit from their work.
Example: “the exploitation of migrant workers”
Synonyms: taking advantage, making use, abuse of, misuse, ill treatment, unfair treatment, bleeding dry, sucking dry
Antonyms: misapply, misuse

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