Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 21 October 2019

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
October 21, 2019


Enact (verb) نافذ کرنا، قانون وضع کرنا، فرمان جاری کرنا

make (a bill or other proposal) law.
Example: “legislation was enacted to attract international companies”
Synonyms: make law, pass, approve, ratify, validate, sanction, authorize, accept
Antonyms: repeal


Norm (noun) معمول، قاعدہ، نمونہ

something that is usual, typical, or standard.
Example: “strikes were the norm”
Synonyms: standard, usual, normal, typical, average, the rule, predictable, unexceptional
Antonyms: the exception


Shadowy (adjective) سایہ دار، عکس دار، بے اصل

full of shadows.
Example: “a long, shadowy, cobbled passage”
Synonyms: dark, dim, gloomy, murky, shady, shaded, sunless, tenebrous, crepuscular
Antonyms: bright, sunny


Acquiescence (noun) متفق ہونا، راضی ہونا، منظوری، ماننا

the reluctant acceptance of something without protest.
Example: “in silent acquiescence, she rose to her feet”
Synonyms: consent, agreement, acceptance, accession, concurrence, approval, seal of approval
Antonyms: refusal


Repressive (adjective) اظہار، ترجمانی، عکاسی

(especially of a social or political system) inhibiting or restraining personal freedom.
Example: “a repressive regime”
Synonyms: oppressive, authoritarian, despotic, tyrannical, tyrannous, dictatorial, fascist
Antonyms: democratic, liberal


Jettison (verb) دستبردارای، ترک کرنا، بادریزی

abandon or discard (someone or something that is no longer wanted).
Example: “the scheme was jettisoned”
Synonyms: dump, drop, ditch, discharge, eject, throw out, empty out, pour out
Antonyms: load, keep, retain


Opaque (adjective) مبہم، غیر شفاف، دھندلا

not able to be seen through; not transparent.
Example: “bottles filled with a pale opaque liquid”
Synonyms: non-transparent, cloudy, filmy, blurred, smeared, hazy, misty, dirty, dingy
Antonyms: transparent, translucent, clear,


Thwart (verb) اکام، ترچھا،

oppose (a plan, attempt, or ambition) successfully.
Example: “the government had been able to thwart all attempts by opposition leaders to form new parties”
Synonyms: foil, frustrate, balk, stand in the way of, forestall, scotch, derail, smash
Antonyms: assist,facilitate


Emphatic (adjective) تاکیدی انداز میں کہنا، پرزور طریقے سے

expressing something forcibly and clearly.
Example: “the children were emphatic that they would like to repeat the experience”
Synonyms: vehement, firm, wholehearted, forceful, forcible, energetic, vigorous, ardent
Antonyms: hesitant, tentative


Languish (verb) کمزور ہونا، مردہ دل، مخمور

(of a person, animal, or plant) lose or lack vitality; grow weak.
Example: “plants may appear to be languishing simply because they are dormant”
Synonyms: weaken, grow weak, deteriorate, decline, go into a decline, wither, droop
Antonyms: thrive, flourish


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