Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (27 August 2020)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
August 27, 2020


Delicate (adjective) عمدہ، نازک، نفاست

very fine in texture or structure; of intricate workmanship or quality.
Example: “a delicate lace shawl”
Synonyms: fine, exquisite, intricate, dainty, airy, elegant, graceful, flimsy, gauzy, filmy
Antonyms: crude, coarse


Arduous (adjective) مشقت سے بھر پور، مشکل، کٹھن

involving or requiring strenuous effort; difficult and tiring.
Example: “an arduous journey”
Synonyms: onerous, taxing, difficult, hard, heavy, laborious, burdensome, strenuous, vigorous
Antonyms: easy, effortless


Terse (adjective) صفائی سے، مختصر

sparing in the use of words; abrupt.
Example: “a terse statement”
Synonyms: curt, brusque, abrupt, clipped, blunt, gruff, short, brief, concise, succinct
Antonyms: long-winded, verbose, rambling, polite


Ensnare (verb) پھانسنا، دھوکے سے الجھا لینا، چال میں پھنسانا

catch in or as in a trap.
Example: “they were ensnared in city centre traffic”
Synonyms: capture, catch, seize, trap, entrap, snare, entangle, enmesh, net, bag
Antonyms: release


Perilous (adjective) خطرناک، خوفناک

full of danger or risk.
Example: “a perilous journey south”
Synonyms: dangerous, fraught with danger, hazardous, risky, unsafe, treacherous, precarious
Antonyms: safe, secure


Insurmountable (adjective) قابو سے باہر، ناقابل تسخیر،

too great to be overcome.
Example: “an insurmountable problem”
Synonyms: insuperable, unconquerable, invincible, unassailable, overwhelming, hopeless, impossible
Antonyms: surmountable


Hapless (adjective) قابل رحم، قابل افسوس، بدنصیب

(especially of a person) unfortunate.
Example: “the hapless victims of the disaster”
Synonyms: unfortunate, unlucky, luckless, out of luck, ill-starred, ill-fated, jinxed, cursed, doomed
Antonyms: lucky


Impasse (noun) تعطل، بند گلی، سخت مشکل

a situation in which no progress is possible, especially because of disagreement; a deadlock.
Example: “the current political impasse”
Synonyms: deadlock, dead end, stalemate, checkmate, stand-off, standstill, halt, stop
Antonyms:


Jolt (verb) ہچکولہ، جھٹکا، جھنجھوڑنا

push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughly.
Example: “a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forwards”
Synonyms: push, thrust, jar, bump, knock, bang, jostle, shake, joggle, jog
Antonyms: rise, recede, ascend, ride, linger


Searing (adjective) داغنا، سینکنا، خشک کرنا

extremely hot or intense.
Example: “the searing heat of the sun”
Synonyms: scorching, blistering, flaming, blazing (hot), baking (hot), burning, fiery, torrid
Antonyms: chill, chilly, coldish, cool, coolish, nippy


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