Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (14 January 2020)

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Daily Dawn English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
January 14, 2020


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


Charitable (adjective) خیراتی، دریا دل، سخی

relating to the assistance of those in need.
Example: “he has spent Rs 50,000 on charitable causes”
Synonyms: philanthropic, humanitarian, humane, altruistic, benevolent, beneficent, welfare
Antonyms: uncharitable


Cordial (adjective) گرم جوشی، پرتپاک، خوشگوار

warm and friendly.
Example: “the atmosphere was cordial and relaxed”
Synonyms: friendly, warm, genial, affable, amiable, pleasant, fond, affectionate, warm-hearted
Antonyms: unfriendly


Relish (verb) لذت، لطف اٹھانا، مزے لینا

enjoy greatly.
Example: “he was relishing his moment of glory”
Synonyms: enjoy, delight in, love, like, adore, be pleased by, take pleasure in, rejoice in
Antonyms: dislike


Infuriate (verb) مشتعل کرنا، غصہ دلانا

make (someone) extremely angry and impatient.
Example: “I was infuriated by your article”
Synonyms: enrage, incense, anger, madden, inflame, send into a rage, make someone’s blood boil
Antonyms: please, soothe


Dividend (noun) کمپنی کا منافع، حصہ

a sum of money paid regularly (typically annually) by a company to its shareholders out of its profits (or reserves).
Synonyms: share, portion, percentage, premium, return, payback, gain, surplus, profit
Antonyms: benefit, advantage, gain


Phraseology (noun) محاورہ، طرز تحریر

a particular mode of expression, especially one characteristic of a particular speaker or subject area.
Example: “legal phraseology”
Synonyms: wording, choice of words, phrasing, usage, idiom, diction, parlance
Antonyms:


Tread (verb) قدم رکھنا، روندنا، پاﺅں رکھنا

walk in a specified way.
Example: “Rosa trod as lightly as she could”
Synonyms: walk, step, stride, pace, go, march, tramp, plod, stomp, trudge
Antonyms: ride, retreat, gladden, stay


Stave (verb) توڑنا، لکڑی کے پتلے ٹکڑے

break something by forcing it inwards or piercing it roughly.
Example: “the door was staved in”
Synonyms: break in, smash in, put a hole in, push in, kick in, cave in, splinter, shiver,
Antonyms: attract, court, draw, invoke, provoke


Deflect (verb) مڑنا، منعکس ہونا، روکنا

cause (something) to change direction; turn aside from a straight course.
Example: “the bullet was deflected harmlessly into the ceiling”
Synonyms: turn aside/away, divert, avert, sidetrack, distract, draw away, block, parry,
Antonyms: continue, proceed, straighten, unbend, prolong, produce


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