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Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 08 October 2019

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 08 October 2019
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
October 08, 2019

Unseemly (adjective) بے ترتیب، ناشائستہ، نا مناسب

(of behaviour or actions) not proper or appropriate.
Example: “an unseemly squabble”
Synonyms: indecorous, improper, inappropriate, unbecoming, unfitting, unbefitting, unsuitable
Antonyms: seemly, decorous

Betray (verb) دھوکہ دینا، دغا کرنا، بےوفائی کرنا

treacherously reveal (information).
Example: “many of those employed by diplomats betrayed secrets”
Synonyms: reveal, disclose, divulge, give away, leak, lay bare, make known, uncover
Antonyms: conceal, hide

Robust (adjective) مضبوط، تنومند

strong and healthy; vigorous.
Example: “the Caplan family are a robust lot”
Synonyms: strong, vigorous, sturdy, tough, powerful, powerfully built, solidly built, as strong as a horse/ox
Antonyms: weak, frail

Decry (verb) بدنام کرنا

publicly denounce.
Example: “they decried human rights abuses”
Synonyms: denounce, condemn, criticize, censure, damn, attack, fulminate against, rail against
Antonyms: praise, overrate

Atrocious (adjective) مظالم، سفاکانہ، ظالمانہ

horrifyingly wicked.
Example: “atrocious cruelties”
Synonyms: brutal, barbaric, barbarous, brutish, savage, vicious, wicked, cruel, nasty, ruthless
Antonyms: admirable, kindly

Prevalent (adjective) مروجہ، غالب

widespread in a particular area or at a particular time.
Example: “the social ills prevalent in society today”
Synonyms: widespread, prevailing, frequent, usual, common, general, universal, pervasive
Antonyms: uncommon, rare

Hesitancy (noun) ہچکچاہٹ، شش و پنج

the quality or state of being hesitant.
Example: “Jackson took advantage of some hesitancy in the defence to rifle in a shot”
Synonyms: uncertainty, hesitation, hesitance, unsureness, doubt, doubtfulness, dubiousness
Antonyms: certainty, resolution, willingness

Burdensome (adjective) بوجھل، سخت دوبھر، اجیرن

difficult to carry out or fulfil; taxing.
Example: “the burdensome responsibilities of professional life”
Synonyms: onerous, oppressive, troublesome, weighty, worrisome, vexatious, irksome, trying
Antonyms: Easy, light

Indicative (adjective) اشارے، دکھانے والا، جتانے والا

serving as a sign or indication of something.
Example: “having recurrent dreams is not necessarily indicative of any psychological problem”
Synonyms: symptomatic, expressive, suggestive, evocative, typical, characteristic, representative
Antonyms: concealing, good humor, ill humor

Suffocate (verb) دم گھٹنا

die or cause to die from lack of air or inability to breathe.
Example: “they suffocated in their sleep”
Synonyms: smother, asphyxiate, stifle, choke, strangle, throttle, strangulate, be smothered

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