Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (11 August 2020)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
August 11, 2020

Verge (noun) دہانہ، قریب، جھکنا، حد کنارہ

an edge or border.
Example: “they came down to the verge of the lake”
Synonyms: edge, border, margin, side, brink, rim, lip, limit, boundary, outskirts, perimeter
Antonyms: centre, middle

Egregious (adjective) انتہائی برا، قابل مذمت، فاش

outstandingly bad; shocking.
Example: “egregious abuses of copyright”
Synonyms: shocking, appalling, horrific, horrifying, horrible, terrible, awful, dreadful, grievous
Antonyms: marvellous

Fanatical (adjective) جنونی، کٹر، متعصب

filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.
Example: “fanatical revolutionaries”
Synonyms: zealous, extremist, extreme, militant, dogmatic, sectarian, bigoted, rabid, maniacal
Antonyms: moderate, open-minded

Vicious (adjective) ظالمانہ، نااہل، شیطانی چکر

deliberately cruel or violent.
Example: “a vicious assault”
Synonyms: brutal, ferocious, savage, violent, dangerous, ruthless, remorseless, merciless
Antonyms: gentle, kindly, benevolent

Legitimize (verb) جائز قرار دینا

make legitimate.
Example: “voters legitimize the government through the election of public officials”
Synonyms: validate, legitimate, permit, warrant, authorize, sanction, license, give the stamp of approval to
Antonyms: outlaw

Supine (adjective) کمر کے بل لیٹا ہوا، غافل

(of a person) lying face upwards.
Synonyms: flat on one’s back, prone, recumbent, prostrate, stretched out, spreadeagled, lying
Antonyms: erect, vertical

Buoy (verb) تیرنا، پانی پر تیرنے والے نشان

keep (someone or something) afloat.
Example: “the creatures could swim, both buoyed up and cooled by the water”
Synonyms: cheer, cheer up, brighten up, ginger up, hearten, rally, animate, invigorate
Antonyms: depress

Ample (adjective) فراوان، بکثرت، وافر

enough or more than enough; plentiful.
Example: “there is ample time for discussion”
Synonyms: enough, sufficient, adequate, plenty of, abundant, more than enough, enough and to spare
Antonyms: insufficient, meagre

Abundantly (adverb) بہتات، کثرت سے، بہت سارا

in large quantities; plentifully.
Example: “the plant grows abundantly in the wild”
Synonyms: copiously, plentifully, amply, profusely, exuberantly, prolifically, luxuriantly, in profusion
Antonyms: sparsely

Prosaic (adjective) بے لطف، بے مزا، عام

having or using the style or diction of prose as opposed to poetry; lacking imaginativeness or originality.
Example: “prosaic language can’t convey the experience”
Synonyms: unimaginative, uninspired, matter-of-fact, dull, dry, humdrum, mundane, pedestrian
Antonyms: imaginative, inspired

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