Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 06 October 2019

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 06 October 2019
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
October 06, 2019

Harrow (verb) دلخراش، لوٹنا

cause distress to.
Example: “Todd could take it, whereas I’m harrowed by it”
Synonyms: distress, trouble, afflict, grieve, torment, torture, crucify, rack, sear
Antonyms: calm, comfort, heartening

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Provocative (adjective) اشتعال انگیز، اکسانے والا

causing anger or another strong reaction, especially deliberately.
Example: “a provocative article”
Synonyms: annoying, irritating, exasperating, infuriating, provoking, maddening, goading
Antonyms: soothing, calming

Tarnish (verb) داغدار، آلودہ کرنا

lose or cause to lose lustre, especially as a result of exposure to air or moisture.
Example: “silver tarnishes too easily”
Synonyms: become discoloured, discolour, stain, rust, oxidize, corrode, deteriorate, become dull,
Antonyms: brighten, polish

Contrary (adjective) برعکس، الٹ، خودسر، الٹا

opposite in nature, direction, or meaning.
Example: “he ignored contrary advice and agreed on the deal”
Synonyms: opposite, opposing, opposed, contradictory, clashing, conflicting, antithetical
Antonyms: compatible, same

Extinguish (verb) بجھانا، گل کرنا، ناپیدہ

cause (a fire or light) to cease to burn or shine.
Example: “firemen were soaking everything to extinguish the blaze”
Synonyms: douse, put out, quench, stamp out, smother, beat out, dampen down, blow out
Antonyms: light

Nuisance (noun) پریشانی، قانون کے مطابق مضر یا نقصان دہ

a person or thing causing inconvenience or annoyance.
Example: “it’s a nuisance having all those people clomping through the house”
Synonyms: source of annoyance/irritation, annoyance, inconvenience, bore, bother, irritant, problem
Antonyms: help, blessing

Relentless (adjective) بے لگام، بے رحم، سنگدل

unceasingly intense.
Example: “the relentless heat of the desert”
Synonyms: persistent, continuing, constant, continual, continuous, non-stop, lasting, never-ending
Antonyms: short-lived, irresolute, intermittent

Quash (verb) کالعدم قرار دینا، مسترد کرنا، منسوخ کرنا، غلط قرار دینا

reject as invalid, especially by legal procedure.
Example: “his conviction was quashed on appeal”
Synonyms: cancel, reverse, rescind, repeal, revoke, retract, countermand, withdraw
Antonyms: validate

Dissent (noun) اختلاف رائے، اختلافات

the holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held.
Example: “there was no dissent from this view”
Synonyms: disagreement, lack of agreement, difference of opinion, argument, dispute, demur
Antonyms: agreement, acceptance

Relegate (verb) نکال دینا، تنزلی کرنا، خارج البدر کردینا

assign an inferior rank or position to.
Example: “they aim to prevent women from being relegated to a secondary role”
Synonyms: downgrade, lower, lower in rank/status, put down, move down, consign, banish
Antonyms: upgrade, promote

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