Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (25 January 2021)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
January 25, 2021

Precisely (adverb) بالکل ٹھیک، باقاعدگی سے

in exact terms; without vagueness.
Example: “the guidelines are precisely defined”
Synonyms: exactly, sharp, on the dot, promptly, prompt, dead (on), on the stroke of …
Antonyms: imprecisely, inexactly

Trample (verb) پیروں تلے کچلنا، روندنا، پامال کرنا

tread on and crush.
Example: “the fence had been trampled down”
Synonyms: tread, tramp, stamp, walk over, squash, crush, flatten, compress, press (down)
Antonyms: ride, broken, unfit, unwholesome

Inevitable (adjective) حتمی، اٹل، ناگزیر

certain to happen; unavoidable.
Example: “war was inevitable”
Synonyms: unavoidable, inescapable, bound to happen, sure to happen, inexorable, unpreventable
Antonyms: avoidable, uncertain

Decisive (adjective) فیصلہ کن، حتمی، دوٹوک

settling an issue; producing a definite result.
Example: “the archers played a decisive part in the victory”
Synonyms: deciding, conclusive, determining, final, settling, key, pivotal, critical
Antonyms: insignificant

Agitation (noun) ذہنی بے چینی، خیالات کا الجھاﺅ

a state of anxiety or nervous excitement.
Example: “she was wringing her hands in agitation”
Synonyms: anxiety, perturbation, disquiet, distress, concern, trouble, alarm, worry, upset
Antonyms: calmness, relaxation

Lukewarm (adjective) نیم گرم، گنگنا

(of liquid or food that should be hot) only moderately warm; tepid.
Example: “they drank bitter lukewarm coffee”
Synonyms: tepid, slightly warm, warmish, blood-hot, blood-warm, at room temperature
Antonyms: hot, cold

Abandon (verb) چھوڑ دینا، دعویٰ چھوڑ دینا، متروک

cease to support or look after (someone); desert.
Example: “her natural mother had abandoned her at an early age”
Synonyms: desert, leave, leave high and dry, turn one’s back on, cast aside, break (up) with, jilt
Antonyms: stick by

Mollify (verb) منانا، نرم کرنا

appease the anger or anxiety of (someone).
Example: “nature reserves were set up around the power stations to mollify local conservationists”
Synonyms: appease, placate, pacify, conciliate, humour, soothe, calm, calm down, still, propitiate
Antonyms: enrage

Sceptical (adjective) شک کرنے والا، وہمی

not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations.
Example: “the public were deeply sceptical about some of the proposals”
Synonyms: dubious, doubtful, having reservations, doubting, questioning, cynical, distrustful
Antonyms: certain, convinced, optimistic

Futile (adjective) بے نتیجہ، بے اثر، ناکارہ، بیکار

incapable of producing any useful result; pointless.
Example: “a futile attempt to keep fans from mounting the stage”
Synonyms: fruitless, vain, pointless, useless, worthless, ineffectual, ineffective, inefficacious
Antonyms: useful, fruitful

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