Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (19 November 2020)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
November 19, 2020

Dubious (adjective) مشتبہ، مشکوک

hesitating or doubting.
Example: “I was rather dubious about the whole idea”
Synonyms: doubtful, uncertain, unsure, in doubt, hesitant, undecided, unsettled, unconfirmed
Antonyms: certain, definite

Rowdy (adjective) پرشور، بدمعاش، غنڈہ

noisy and disorderly.
Example: “it was a rowdy but good-natured crowd”
Synonyms: unruly, disorderly, badly behaved, obstreperous, riotous, unrestrained, undisciplined
Antonyms: peaceful, quiet, restrained

Boorish (adjective) غیر مہذب، وحشی، گنوار شخص

rough and bad-mannered; coarse.
Example: “boorish behaviour”
Synonyms: coarse, uncouth, rude, discourteous, impolite, ungentlemanly, unladylike, ill-bred
Antonyms: refined, sophisticated

Discontented (adjective) بے اطمینان، ٹوٹنا

dissatisfied, especially with one’s circumstances.
Example: “I am so discontented with my work”
Synonyms: dissatisfied, disgruntled, fed up, disaffected, discontent, malcontent, unhappy
Antonyms: contented, satisfied

Inglorious (adjective) شرمناک، ذلت آمیز

(of an action or situation) causing shame or a loss of honour.
Example: “an inglorious episode in British imperial history”
Synonyms: shameful, dishonourable, ignominious, discreditable, disgraceful, humiliating, mortifying
Antonyms: glorious

Disburse (verb) خرچ کرنا، ادا کرنا، لاگت

pay out (money from a fund).
Example: “$67 million of the pledged aid had already been disbursed”
Synonyms: pay out, lay out, spend, expend, dole out, hand out, part with, donate, give
Antonyms: claim

Fragile (adjective) نازک، ناپائیدار

(of an object) easily broken or damaged.
Example: “fragile items such as glass and china”
Synonyms: breakable, easily broken, brittle, frangible, smashable, splintery, flimsy, weak
Antonyms: robust

Lopsided (adjective) ناہموار

with one side lower or smaller than the other.
Example: “a lopsided grin”
Synonyms: asymmetrical, unsymmetrical, uneven, unevenly balanced, unbalanced, off-balance
Antonyms: even, level, balanced

Salvage (verb) خطرے سے بچانا کا عمل

rescue (a wrecked or disabled ship or its cargo) from loss at sea.
Example: “an emerald and gold cross was salvaged from the wreck”
Synonyms: rescue, save, recover, retrieve, raise, reclaim, get back, restore, reinstate
Antonyms: unrighteous, wicked, evil, immoral

Forcibly (adverb) جبراً، زبردستی ، طاقت سے

using force or violence.
Example: “no one will be forcibly evicted”
Synonyms: by force, against one’s will, under protest, compulsorily, under compulsion, under coercion
Antonyms: delicately, faintly, frailly, shakily

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