Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 27 September 2019

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 27 September 2019
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
September 27, 2019

Combustible (adjective) آتش گیر، اشتعال پذیر

able to catch fire and burn easily.
Example: “a combustible gas”
Synonyms: inflammable, flammable, incendiary, explosive, burnable
Antonyms: incombustible

Invariably (adverb) بلا ناغہ، ہمیشہ، بے بدل

in every case or on every occasion; always.
Example: “ranch meals are invariably big and hearty”
Synonyms: always, every time, each time, on every occasion, at all times, without fail
Antonyms: sometimes, never

Mediator (noun) ثالث، بیچ بچاﺅ کرنا

a person who attempts to make people involved in a conflict come to an agreement; a go-between.
Example: “the government appointed a mediator to assist in finding a resolution to the dispute”
Synonyms: arbitrator, arbiter, negotiator, conciliator, go-between, middleman,
Antonyms: fighter

Ambiguous (adjective) مبہم، مشکوک

open to more than one interpretation; not having one obvious meaning.
Example: “ambiguous phrases”
Synonyms: equivocal, ambivalent, open to debate, open to argument, arguable, debatable,
Antonyms: unambiguous, clear

Exonerate (noun) بوجھ اتارنا، بے خطا ٹھہرنا

(of an official body) absolve (someone) from blame for a fault or wrongdoing.
Example: “an inquiry exonerated those involved”
Synonyms: absolve, clear, acquit, declare innocent, find innocent, pronounce not guilty
Antonyms: charge, convict

Languish (verb) کمزور ہونا، مردہ دل ہونا

(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, flag
Antonyms: thrive, flourish

Scant (adjective) بمشکل کچھ، کم، چھوٹا

barely sufficient or adequate.
Example: “companies with scant regard for the safety of future generations”
Synonyms: little, little or no, minimal, hardly any, limited, negligible, barely sufficient
Antonyms: abundant, ample, sufficient

Bare (adjective) ننگا، ننگے ہاتھ،

(of a person or part of the body) not clothed or covered.
Example: “he was bare from the waist up”
Synonyms: naked, unclothed, undressed, uncovered, stripped, with nothing on,
Antonyms: clothed

Panic (verb) گھبراہٹ، دہشت، ہول، پریشانی

feel or cause to feel panic.
Example: “the crowd panicked and stampeded for the exit”
Synonyms: be alarmed, be scared, be nervous, be afraid, overreact, become panic-stricken
Antonyms: relax

Proximity (noun) قربت، نزدیکی، قریبی

nearness in space, time, or relationship.
Example: “do not operate microphones in close proximity to television sets”
Synonyms: closeness, nearness, presence, juxtaposition, propinquity, adjacency,
Antonyms: distance, remoteness

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