Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 31 October 2019

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
October 31, 2019


Precinctv (noun) انتظامی مقاصد کےلئے مخصوص علاقہ، سرحد

the area within the walls or perceived boundaries of a particular building or place.
Example: “a former MP who still works in the precincts of the House”
Synonyms: bounds, boundaries, limits, confines, surrounding area, environs, surroundings,


Congregation (noun) اجتماع، جماعت، کوئی قومی جماعت

a group of people assembled for religious worship.
Example: “the singing of psalms by the whole congregation”
Synonyms: parishioners, parish, churchgoers, flock, fold, faithful, following, followers, adherents, believers, loyal members, fellowship,


Disruption (noun) رکاوٹ، خلل

disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process.
Example: “the scheme was planned to minimize disruption”
Synonyms: disturbance, disordering, disarrangement, disarranging, interference, upset, upsetting, unsettling, confusion, confusing


Eternity (noun) اخلاقیات، خلود، ہمیشگی

endless life after death.
Example: “immortal souls destined for eternity”
Synonyms: the afterlife, everlasting life, life after death, the life to come, the life hereafter
Antonyms: limbo, hell


Hostility (noun) دشمنی، عداوت، دشمن فوج

hostile behaviour; unfriendliness or opposition.
Example: “their hostility to all outsiders”
Synonyms: antagonism, unfriendliness, bitterness, malevolence, malice, unkindness, spite,
Antonyms: friendliness, approval


Diminish (verb) کم کرنا، گھٹنا

make or become less.
Example: “the new law is expected to diminish the government’s chances”
Synonyms: decrease, decline, reduce, lessen, shrink, contract, grow smaller, fall off
Antonyms: increase, flare up, get worse,


Antagonism (noun) مخالفانہ، مخالفت، دشمنی

active hostility or opposition.
Example: “the antagonism between them”
Synonyms: hostility, friction, enmity, antipathy, animus, opposition, dissension, rivalry, feud
Antonyms: rapport, friendship


Endanger (verb) خطرے میں ڈالنا، جوکھوں میں ڈالنا

put (someone or something) at risk or in danger.
Example: “he was driving in a manner likely to endanger life”
Synonyms: imperil, jeopardize, risk, put at risk, put in danger, expose to danger, put in jeopardy


Onslaught (noun) سخت حملہ، دھاوا بولنا

a fierce or destructive attack.
Example: “a series of onslaughts on the citadel”
Synonyms: assault, attack, offensive, aggression, advance, charge, onrush, rush


Praiseworthy (adjective) قابل ستائش، قابل تعریف

deserving approval and admiration.
Example: “the government’s praiseworthy efforts”
Synonyms: commendable, laudable, admirable, creditable, worthy, worthy of admiration, meritoriou,
Antonyms: blameworthy, disgraceful


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