Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 03 September 2019 | English Grammar

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 03 September 2019 | English Grammar
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
September 03, 2019

Virtue (noun) فضیلت، جوہر، نیکی، اخلاقی امتیاز

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

Forebear (noun) آباﺅاجداد، اصلاف

an ancestor.
Example: “generations of his forebears had lived in London”
Synonyms: ancestor, forefather, predecessor, progenitor, father, grandfather, parent, grandparent
Antonyms: descendant

Colossal (adjective) دیوہیکل، بھاری، شاندار

extremely large or great.
Example: “a colossal amount of mail”
Synonyms: huge, massive, enormous, gigantic, very big, very large, great, giant, mammoth
Antonyms: tiny

Catastrophic (adjective) تباہ کن، انقلاب عظیم،آفت

extremely unfortunate or unsuccessful.
Example: “catastrophic mismanagement of the economy”
Synonyms: disastrous, calamitous, cataclysmic, ruinous, tragic, fatal, dire, awful, terrible, dreadful
Antonyms: fortunate, beneficial

Inhumane (adjective) غیر انسانی، بے رحم، ظالم

without compassion for misery or suffering; cruel.
Example: “confining wild horses is inhumane”
Synonyms: cruel, harsh, brutal, callous, sadistic, severe, savage, vicious, barbaric, barbarous
Antonyms: humane, compassionate

Contentious (adjective) متنازعہ، جھگڑالو

causing or likely to cause an argument; controversial.
Example: “a contentious issue”
Synonyms: controversial, disputable, debatable, disputed, contended, open to question/debate
Antonyms: uncontroversial

Alienate (verb) اجنبی، انتقال ملکیت، بددلی پیدا کرنا

make (someone) feel isolated or estranged.
Example: “an urban environment which would alienate its inhabitants”
Synonyms: estrange, turn away, set apart, drive apart, isolate, detach, distance
Antonyms: unite

Incumbent (adjective) عہدہ دار، سرکاری ملازم، موجودہ

necessary for (someone) as a duty or responsibility.
Example: “the government realized that it was incumbent on them to act”
Synonyms: binding, obligatory, mandatory, necessary, compulsory, required, requisite
Antonyms: optional

Mitigate (verb) تخفیف کرنا، کمی کرنا

make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful.
Example: “drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem”
Synonyms: alleviate, reduce, diminish, lessen, weaken, lighten, attenuate, take the edge off
Antonyms: aggravate, increase, intensify

Catastrophe (noun) تباہی، آفت، انقلاب عظیم

an event causing great and usually sudden damage or suffering; a disaster.
Example: “an environmental catastrophe”
Synonyms: disaster, calamity, cataclysm, crisis, holocaust, ruin, ruination, tragedy, blow
Antonyms: salvation, godsend

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