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Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 23 April 2019 | English Grammar

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 23 April 2019 | English Grammar
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Daily Dawn Vocabularyۘ with Urdu Meaning
April 23, 2019

Brutality (noun) مظالم، وحشیانہ، بے رحمی

savage physical violence; great cruelty.
Example: “brutality against civilians”
Synonyms: savagery, bloodthirstiness, cruelty, viciousness, barbarity, ferocity, wickedness,
Antonyms: gentleness, kindness

Atrocity (noun) ظلم، سنگدلی، انتہائی حماقت

an extremely wicked or cruel act, typically one involving physical violence or injury.
Example: “a textbook which detailed war atrocities”
Synonyms: act of barbarity, act of savagery, act of brutality, cruelty, act of wickedness, abomination,
Antonyms: agreeableness, pleasantness, delightfulness,

Heinous (adjective) گھناﺅنی، عظیم، بڑا

(of a person or wrongful act, especially a crime) utterly odious or wicked.
Example: “a battery of heinous crimes”
Synonyms: odious, evil, wicked, atrocious, disgraceful, monstrous, detestable, abominable,
Antonyms: admirable

Ridicule (verb) نامعقول، مضحکہ خیز، مذاق اڑانا

subject to contemptuous and dismissive language or behaviour.
Example: “his theory was ridiculed and dismissed”
Synonyms: deride, laugh at, mock, hold up to shame, heap scorn on, expose to ridicule, hold up to ridicule,
Antonyms: praise

Transgress (verb) تجاوز ، خلاف ورزی، قانون شکنی

go beyond the limits of (what is morally, socially, or legally acceptable).
Example: “she had transgressed an unwritten social law”
Synonyms: misbehave, break the law, behave badly, err, commit an offence, lapse, fall from grace,
Antonyms: obey

Redress (verb) ازالہ کرنا، درست کرنا، حق دینا

remedy or set right (an undesirable or unfair situation).
Example: “the power to redress the grievances of our citizens”
Synonyms: rectify, put/set/make right, correct, right, compensate for, put to rights, deal with, sort out,
Antonyms: absolve, excuse, condone, forgive,

Utterly (adverb) سراسر، قطعاً، بالکل

completely and without qualification; absolutely.
Example: “he looked utterly ridiculous”
Synonyms: completely, absolutely, totally, entirely, fully, wholly, thoroughly, altogether, quite,
Antonyms: partly, somewhat, partially,

Succumb (verb) شکار، شکست مان لینا،مطیع ہونا

fail to resist pressure, temptation, or some other negative force.
Example: “we cannot merely give up and succumb to despair”
Synonyms: yield, give way, give in, submit, capitulate, surrender, cave in;
Antonyms: resist, conquer

Blatant (adjective) اودھم مچانا، صریح، وحشیانہ طور پر

(of bad behaviour) done openly and unashamedly.
Example: “blatant lies”
Synonyms: flagrant, obvious, glaring, undisguised, overt, unconcealed, open, patent, transparent,
Antonyms: inconspicuous, subtle

Stricken (verb) تباہ حال، مارنا، پیٹنا

seriously affected by an undesirable condition or unpleasant feeling.
Example: “the pilot landed the stricken aircraft”
Synonyms: troubled, deeply affected, affected, struck, afflicted, hit, wounded, injured,
Antonyms: unaffected

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