Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 21 January 2019

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 21 January 2019
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
January 21, 2019

Salvation (noun) نجات، بخشش، بچاﺅ

preservation or deliverance from harm, ruin, or loss.
Example: “they try to sell it to us as economic salvation”
Synonyms: lifeline, preservation, conservation, means of escape
Antonyms: damnation, downfall, destruction

Goad (verb) اکسانے والی بات

provoke or annoy (someone) so as to stimulate an action or reaction.
Example: “he was trying to goad her into a fight”
Synonyms: provoke, spur, prick, sting, prod, egg on, hound, badger, incite, rouse
Antonyms: counterincentive, disincentive

Construe (verb) تشکیل، تعبیر کرنا، معنی لگانا

interpret (a word or action) in a particular way.
Example: “his words could hardly be construed as an apology”
Synonyms: interpret, understand, read, see, take, take to mean, parse,
Antonyms: confound, confuse, obfuscate

Treason (noun) غداری، باغیانہ، اپنے ملک کی بدخواہی، بے وفا

the crime of betraying one’s country, especially by attempting to kill or overthrow the sovereign or government.
Example: “they were convicted of treason”
Synonyms: treachery, lese-majesty; disloyalty, betrayal, faithlessness,
Antonyms: allegiance, loyalty

Cajole (verb) چاپلوسی کرنا، خوشامد کرنا، پھسلانا

persuade (someone) to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery.
Example: “he hoped to cajole her into selling the house”
Synonyms: persuade, wheedle, coax, talk into, manoeuvre, get round, prevail on
Antonyms: bully

Coerce (verb) مجبور، جبر، دباﺅ،زبردستی

persuade (an unwilling person) to do something by using force or threats.
Example: “he was coerced into giving evidence”
Synonyms: pressure, pressurize, bring pressure to bear on, use pressure on, put pressure on,
Antonyms: persuade

Obscenity (noun) فحاشی، فحش، بے شرمی، بے حیائی

the state or quality of being obscene.
Example: “the book was banned for obscenity”
Synonyms: indecency, immorality, impropriety, salaciousness, smuttiness, smut, lewdness,
Antonyms: goodness, innocence, morality

Imbroglio (noun) گتھی، پیچیدہ صورتحال، پیچیدہ معاملہ

an extremely confused, complicated, or embarrassing situation.
Example: “a man caught up in a political imbroglio”
Synonyms: complicated situation, complication, complexity, problem, difficulty, predicament
Antonyms: agreement, harmony, peacemaking

Dismal (adjective) مایوس کن، افسردہ، بھیانک

causing a mood of gloom or depression.
Example: “the dismal weather made the late afternoon seem like evening”
Synonyms: dingy, dim, dark, gloomy, sombre, dreary, drab, dull, desolate, bleak,
Antonyms: bright, cheerful, cheering, cheery

Absurd (adjective) مضحکہ خیز، بے معنی،لغو،نامعقول

wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate.
Example: “the allegations are patently absurd”
Synonyms: preposterous, ridiculous, ludicrous, farcical, laughable, risible; idiotic, stupid, foolish,
Antonyms: reasonable, sensible

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