Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (10 December 2019)

Daily English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (10 December 2019)
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
December 10, 2019


Devolve (verb) منتقلی، حوالے کرنا، آگے بڑھنا

transfer or delegate (power) to a lower level, especially from central government to local or regional administration.
Example: “measures to devolve power to a Scottish assembly”
Synonyms: delegate, pass (down/on), hand down/over/on, depute, transfer, transmit, commit
Antonyms: centralize, retain

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Earnest (adjective) بے چین، مشتاق، سنجیدہ پن

resulting from or showing sincere and intense conviction.
Example: “an earnest student”
Synonyms: serious, serious-minded, solemn, grave, sober, humourless, staid, steady, intense
Antonyms: frivolous, apathetic, half-hearted


Enormous (adjective) بہت زیادہ، غیر معمولی، قوی ہیکل

very large in size, quantity, or extent.
Example: “enormous sums of money”
Synonyms: huge, vast, extensive, expansive, broad, wide, boundless, immeasurable, limitless
Antonyms: tiny


Extricate (verb) مشکلات سے نکالنا، بچانا

free (someone or something) from a constraint or difficulty.
Example: “he was trying to extricate himself from official duties”
Synonyms: extract, free, release, disentangle, get out, remove, withdraw, let loose
Antonyms: entangle, involv


Quagmire (nuon) دلدل

a soft boggy area of land that gives way underfoot.
Example: “torrential rain turned the building site into a quagmire”
Synonyms: swamp, morass, bog, peat bog, marsh, mire, quag, marshland, fen
Antonyms:


Inevitable (adjective) ناگزیر، ناقابل ترمیم

certain to happen; unavoidable.
Example: “war was inevitable”
Synonyms: unavoidable, inescapable, bound to happen, sure to happen, inexorable, unpreventable
Antonyms: avoidable, uncertain


Notch (verb) نشان، گھاﺅ لگانا، دندانہ

make notches in.
Example: “he notched the stick at each end”
Synonyms: nick, cut, mark, score, incise, carve, engrave, scratch, gash
Antonyms: closing, closure


Vigilance (noun) نگرانی، ہوشیاری، چوکسی

the action or state of keeping careful watch for possible danger or difficulties.
Example: “security duties that demand long hours of vigilance”
Synonyms: watchfulness, careful observation, surveillance, attentiveness, attention, alertness,
Antonyms: inattentiveness


Envisage (verb) تصور کرنا، غور کرنا، گمان کرنا

contemplate or conceive of as a possibility or a desirable future event.
Example: “the Rome Treaty envisaged free movement across frontiers”
Synonyms: foresee, predict, forecast, foretell, anticipate, expect, think likely, envision
Antonyms: disregard, ignore


Afresh (adverb) ازسر نو ، نئے سرے سے، تازہ

in a new or different way.
Example: “she left the job to start afresh”
Synonyms: anew, again, over again, once again, once more, a second time, another time
Antonyms: continuously, uniformly, uninterruptedly, unintermittently, connectedly


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