Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 31 January 2019

Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning 31 January 2019
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
January 31, 2019

Venal (adjective) ضمیر فروشی، لالچی، بازاری پن

showing or motivated by susceptibility to bribery; corrupt.
Example: “local customs officers are notoriously venal”
Synonyms: corrupt, corruptible, bribable, open to bribery, purchasable, buyable, grafting; dishonest,
Antonyms: onourable, honest

Assent (verb) منظور کرنا، راضی ہونا، منظوری

express approval or agreement.
Example: “the Prime Minister assented to the change”
Synonyms: agree to, accept, approve, consent to, acquiesce in, concur in, accede to,
Antonyms: refuse

Falter (verb) پس و پیش کرنا، ہکلانا، لڑکھڑانا

lose strength or momentum.
Example: “the music faltered, stopped, and started up again”
Synonyms: hesitate, delay, drag one’s feet, stall, think twice, get cold feet, change one’s mind,
Antonyms: continue, maintain

Impunity (noun) دنڈ سے مستثنیٰ، چھٹکارا، آزادی، معافی سزا

exemption from punishment or freedom from the injurious consequences of an action.
Example: “the impunity enjoyed by military officers implicated in civilian killings”
Synonyms: immunity, indemnity, exemption from punishment, freedom from punishment, exemption,
Antonyms: liability, responsibility

Prevaricate (verb) حیلہ بہانہ کرنا، ٹال مٹول، ہیرپھیر کرنا

speak or act in an evasive way.
Example: “he seemed to prevaricate when journalists asked pointed questions”
Synonyms: be evasive, beat about the bush, hedge, fence, shilly-shally, shuffle, dodge (the issue),
Antonyms: be honest, face, tell truth

Steer (verb) سمت اندازی کرنا، دکھانا، راستے پر لانا

guide or control the movement of (a vehicle, vessel, or aircraft), for example by turning a wheel or operating a rudder.
Example: “he steered the boat slowly towards the busy quay”
Synonyms: guide, direct, manoeuvre; navigate, pilot, drive, be in the driver’s seat of,
Antonyms: abandon, obey

Erasure (noun) کانٹ چھانٹ، رگڑے ہوئے حروف کا نشان

the removal of writing, recorded material, or data.
Synonyms: deletion, rubbing out, wiping out/off; crossing out, striking out, scoring out, blotting out,
Antonyms: creation, annex

Bigotry (noun) تعصب، ہٹ دھرمی

intolerance towards those who hold different opinions from oneself.
Example: “the difficulties of combating prejudice and bigotry”
Synonyms: prejudice, bias, partiality, partisanship, sectarianism, discrimination, unfairness, injustice;
Antonyms: tolerance

Malicious (adjective) کینہ پرور، بدخواہ، بدنیتی پر مبنی،حاسد

characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm.
Example: “he was found guilty of malicious damage”
Synonyms: spiteful, malevolent, hostile, bitter, venomous, poisonous, evil-intentioned, ill-natured,
Antonyms: benevolent

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