Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (20 April 2021)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (20 April 2021)
Shahzad F. Malik
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
April 20, 2021


Inadequate (adjective) تھوڑا، ناکافی، کم

lacking the quality or quantity required; insufficient for a purpose.
Example: “these labels prove to be wholly inadequate”
Synonyms: insufficient, not enough, deficient, poor, scant, scanty, scarce, sparse, too little
Antonyms: adequate, sufficient, competent


Adequate (adjective) معقول، مناسب، کافی

satisfactory or acceptable in quality or quantity.
Example: “this office is perfectly adequate for my needs”
Synonyms: sufficient, enough, ample, requisite, apposite, appropriate, suitable, acceptable, passable
Antonyms: insufficient, inadequate, unequal to


Increasingly (adverb) تدریجی طور پر، تکثیری انداز میں

to an increasing extent; more and more.
Example: “increasingly, attention is paid to health”
Synonyms: more and more, progressively, to an increasing extent, steadily more, continuously more
Antonyms: less and less


Strained (adjective) سوجن، بناوٹی

showing signs of nervous tension or tiredness.
Example: “Jean’s pale, strained face”
Synonyms: drawn, careworn, worn, pinched, tired, exhausted, weary, fatigued
Antonyms: relaxed, friendly


Quagmire (noun) 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:


Extricate (verb) رکاوٹ دور کرنا، بوجھ سے نجات دلانا

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, involve


Flare (verb) چمکنا، شعلہ، بھڑک اٹھنا

burn or shine with a sudden intensity.
Example: “the bonfire crackled and flared up”
Synonyms: blaze, flash, flare up, flame, burn unsteadily, burn violently, burn up
Antonyms: keep one’s temper, remain calm


Grievous (adjective) خطرناک ، تشویشناک، سنگین

(of something bad) very severe or serious.
Example: “his death was a grievous blow”
Synonyms: serious, severe, grave, bad, critical, dreadful, terrible, awful, painful, agonizing
Antonyms: slight, trivial, good, venial


Dither (verb) ذہنی پریشانی، الجھن،افراتفری

be indecisive.
Example: “I can’t bear people who dither”
Synonyms: hesitate, falter, waver, teeter, vacillate, oscillate, fluctuate, change one’s mind
Antonyms: aplomb, calm, composure


Forge (verb) پگھلانے والی بھٹی

make or shape (a metal object) by heating it in a fire or furnace and hammering it.
Example: “he forged a great suit of black armour”
Synonyms: hammer out, beat into shape, found, cast, mould, model, fashion, form
Antonyms: genuine


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