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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
January 19, 2019
Dissent (verb) اختلاف رائے ہون
hold or express opinions that are at variance with those commonly or officially held.
Example: “two members dissented from the majority”
Synonyms: differ, demur, diverge; disagree with, fail to agree with
Antonyms: assent, agree, accept
Emanate (verb) جاری ہونا، ظاہر ہونا، کیونکہ
(of a feeling, quality, or sensation) issue or spread out from (a source)
Example: “warmth emanated from the fireplace”
Synonyms: emerge, flow, pour, proceed, issue, ensue, come out, come forth
Antonyms: absorb, inhale, soak (up), sponge
Suffice (verb) کافی ہونا، کفایت کرنا
be enough or adequate.
Example: “a quick look should suffice”
Synonyms: be enough, be sufficient, be adequate, do, serve, meet requirements
Antonyms: check, deny, disappoint, refuse, restrain, restrict, starve, stint, straiten, tantalize
Ubiquitous (adjective) حاضر ناضر، ہر جگہ موجود
present, appearing, or found everywhere.
Example: “his ubiquitous influence was felt by all the family”
Synonyms: omnipresent, ever-present, present everywhere, everywhere, all-over,
Antonyms: rare, scarce
Conceal (verb) مخفی، چھپانا، راز داری
not allow to be seen; hide.
Example: “a line of sand dunes concealed the distant sea”
Synonyms: hide, keep out of sight, keep hidden, secrete, tuck away; screen, cover
Antonyms: reveal, expose
Anecdotal (adjective) روایت کے مطابق، قصہ، واقعاتی
(of an account) not necessarily true or reliable, because based on personal accounts rather than facts or research.
“while there was much anecdotal evidence there was little hard fact”
Synonyms: informal, unreliable, based on hearsay; unscientific
Antonyms: experimental, scientific
Disincentive (noun) حوصلہ شکنی، مزاحم ہونے والی بات
a factor, especially a financial disadvantage, that discourages a particular action.
Example: “spiralling house prices are beginning to act as a disincentive to development”
Synonyms: deterrent, discouragement, dissuasion, damper, brake, curb, check,
Adhere (verb) التزام، چپکا ہوا ہونا، لگا ہونا،پابند، جما رہنا
stick fast to (a surface or substance).
Example: “paint won’t adhere well to a greasy surface”
Synonyms: stick, stick fast, cling, hold fast, cohere, bond, attach
Antonyms: flout, ignore
Inimical (adjective) معاندانہ، دشمن، بداندیش
tending to obstruct or harm.
Example: “the policy was inimical to Britain’s real interests”
Synonyms: harmful, injurious, detrimental, deleterious, pernicious, damaging
Antonyms: helpful, advantageous
Exacerbate(verb) مشتعل کرنا، مرض میں شدت پیدا کرنا
make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse.
Example: “the exorbitant cost of land in urban areas only exacerbated the problem”
Synonyms: aggravate, make worse, worsen, inflame, compound;
Antonyms: calm, reduce