Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (29 November 2020)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
November 29, 2020


Termination (noun) ختم کرنا، اختتام، خاتمہ

the action of terminating something or the fact of being terminated.
Example: “the termination of a contract”
Synonyms: ending, end, closing, close, conclusion, finish, stop, stopping, stoppage
Antonyms: start, beginning


Austerity (noun) سادگی، کفایت شعاری

sternness or severity of manner or attitude.
Example: “he was noted for his austerity and his authoritarianism”
Synonyms: sternness, austereness, severity, strictness, grimness, seriousness, sombreness
Antonyms: cheerfulness


Revive (verb) بےہوشی سے ہوش میں آنا، احیائ، جان ڈالنا

restore to life or consciousness.
Example: “both men collapsed, but were revived”
Synonyms: resuscitate, bring round, bring to life, bring back, bring back to consciousness
Antonyms: torpefy


Abolish (verb) بالکل ختم کر دینا، منسوخ کرنا،موقوف کرنا

formally put an end to (a system, practice, or institution).
Example: “the tax was abolished in 1977”
Synonyms: put an end to, do away with, get rid of, scrap, end, stop, terminate, eradicate
Antonyms: retain, create


Arbitrary (adjective) خودمختار، من مانی، اپنی خواہش کے مطابق

based on random choice or personal whim, rather than any reason or system.
Example: “an arbitrary decision”
Synonyms: capricious, whimsical, random, chance, erratic, unpredictable, inconsistent, wild
Antonyms: rational, reasoned


Predecessor (noun) سابقہ، پیشرو

a person who held a job or office before the current holder.
Example: “the chapel was built in 1864 on the site of its predecessor”
Synonyms: forerunner, precursor, antecedent
Antonyms: successor


Pious (adjective) پارسا، پرہیز گار، متقی

devoutly religious.
Example: “a deeply pious woman”
Synonyms: religious, devout, devoted, dedicated, reverent, God-fearing, churchgoing, spiritual
Antonyms: impious, irreligious


Utterance (noun) بولنے کا عمل، اظہار خیالات

a spoken word, statement, or vocal sound.
Example: “he whispered, as if to lend his utterances an added confidentiality”
Synonyms: remark, comment, word, expression, statement, observation, declaration, pronouncement
Antonyms: listening, question, quiet, request


Archaic (adjective) دقیانوسی، بہت پرانا، قدیم

very old or old-fashioned.
Example: “prisons are run on archaic methods”
Synonyms: obsolete, obsolescent, out of date, anachronistic, old-fashioned, outmoded, behind the times
Antonyms: new, modern


Credible (adjective) معتبر، قابل یقین

able to be believed; convincing.
Example: “few people found his story credible”
Synonyms: acceptable, trustworthy, reliable, dependable, sure, good, valid, feasible
Antonyms: untrustworthy


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