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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 17 April 2019 | English Grammar

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Daily Dawn Vocabularyۘ with Urdu Meaning
April 17, 2019

Deteriorate (verb) خاصیت بگڑ جانا، خراب

become progressively worse.
Example: “relations between the countries had deteriorated sharply”
Synonyms: worsen, decline, get worse, degenerate, be in decline, decay; fail, collapse, fall, drop,
Antonyms: improve

Trample (verb) پامال کرنا، روندنا، پیروں تلے کچلنا

tread on and crush.
Example: “the fence had been trampled down”
Synonyms: tread, stamp, tramp, walk over; crush, squash, flatten, compress, compact, press (down),
Antonyms: respect, honour

Plague (verb) طاعون، ناک میں دم کرنے کی حالت

cause continual trouble or distress to.
Example: “he has been plagued by ill health”
Synonyms: afflict, cause suffering to, bedevil, torture, trouble, torment, beset, dog, rack, curse,
Antonyms: advantage, good fortune, good luck

Malaise (noun) بے چینی، بے قراری

a general feeling of discomfort, illness, or unease whose exact cause is difficult to identify.
Example: “a general air of malaise”
Synonyms: unhappiness, uneasiness, restlessness, unease, depression, melancholy, despondency, disquiet, dejection
Antonyms: comfort, well-being

Usher (verb) دربان، حاجب

show or guide (someone) somewhere.
Example: “a waiter ushered me to a table”
Synonyms: escort, help, accompany, assist, show, take, see, show someone the way, lead, lead the way
Antonyms: follow, trail

Compulsion (noun) مجبوری، زبردستی، دباﺅ کے تحت

the action or state of forcing or being forced to do something; constraint.
Example: “the payment was made under compulsion”
Synonyms: obligation, force, constraint, coercion, pressure, duress, enforcement, pressurization,
Antonyms: agreement, consent, approval, permission

Litigant (noun) مقدمہ باز، مقدمہ لڑنے والا

a person involved in a lawsuit.
Example: “the parties litigant”
Synonyms: litigator, opponent, opponent in law, contender, contestant, plaintiff, disputant,
Antonyms: defendant, plaintiff

Corroborate (verb) توثیق، تصدیق کرنا، تائید کرنا

confirm or give support to (a statement, theory, or finding).
Example: “the witness had corroborated the boy’s account of the attack”
Synonyms: confirm, endorse, verify, ratify, validate, authenticate, certify; back up, support, back,
Antonyms: contradict

Habitual (adjective) عادت، مستقل، حسب معمول

done constantly or as a habit.
Example: “his habitual use of heroin”
Synonyms: constant, continual, persistent, continuous, non-stop, perpetual, repeated, recurrent,
Antonyms: infrequent

Frivolous (adjective) غیر سنجیدہ، خفیف، نکما

not having any serious purpose or value.
Example: “frivolous ribbons and lacy frills”
Synonyms: flippant, waggish, glib, joking, light-hearted, jokey, facetious, inane, fatuous, shallow,
Antonyms: serious, practical, important

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