Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (12 November 2019)

Daily English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (12 November 2019)
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
November 12, 2019

Confrontation (noun) محاذ آرائی، مقابلہ

a hostile or argumentative situation or meeting between opposing parties.
Example: “a confrontation with the legislature”
Synonyms: conflict, clash, brush, fight, battle, contest, encounter, head-to-head, face-off,
Antonyms: concord, harmony, peace

Reciprocate (verb) جواب دینا، بات برابر کرنا، باہم تبادلہ کرنا

respond to (a gesture or action) by making a corresponding one.
Example: “the favour was reciprocated”
Synonyms: do the same (in return), respond in kind, return the favour, give as good as one gets
Antonyms: ask, disagree, keep, question

Irritant (noun) پریشان کن، اشتعال انگیز، مصیبت

a thing that is continually annoying or distracting.
Example: “in 1966 Vietnam was becoming an irritant to the government”
Synonyms: annoyance, irritation, source of irritation, source of vexation, source of annoyance,
Antonyms: help, pleasure

Grasp (verb) گرفت، مضبوطی سے پکڑنا

seize and hold firmly.
Example: “she grasped the bottle”
Synonyms: grip, clutch, clasp, hold, clench, lay hold of, catch, seize, grab, snatch, latch on to, catch at, grapple,
Antonyms: release

Beleaguer (verb) چھیڑنا ، تنگ کرنا، محاصرہ

lay siege to.
Example: “he led a relief force to the aid of the beleaguered city”
Synonyms: besieged, under siege, blockaded, surrounded, encircled, hemmed in, under attac,
Antonyms: emancipate, free, liberate, release, rescue

Suffocate (verb) دم گھٹنا

die or cause to die from lack of air or inability to breathe.
Example: “they suffocated in their sleep”
Synonyms: smother, asphyxiate, stifle, choke, strangle, throttle, strangulate, be smothered
Antonyms: airy, breezy, unstuffy

Juvenile (adjective) نوعمر، کمسن، نابالغ

for or relating to young people.
Example: “juvenile crime”
Synonyms: young, teenage, teenaged, adolescent, junior, underage, pubescent, prepubescent,
Antonyms: adult

Lethargy (noun) سستی، غنودگی، طویل نیند

a lack of energy and enthusiasm.
Example: “there was an air of lethargy about him”
Synonyms: sluggishness, inertia, inactivity, inaction, slowness, torpor, torpidity, lifelessness,
Antonyms: vigour, energy, animatio

Laurel (noun) تمغہ

honour or praise awarded for an achievement.
Example: “she has rightly won laurels for this brilliantly perceptive first novel”
Synonyms: honours, awards, trophies, prizes, rewards, tributes, praise, plaudits,

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