Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (04 October 2021)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
October 04, 2021

Tarnish (verb) میلا کرنا، آلودہ کرنا، داغدار کرنا

lose or cause to lose lustre, especially as a result of exposure to air or moisture.
Example: “silver tarnishes too easily”
Synonyms: become discoloured, discolour, stain, rust, oxidize, corrode, deteriorate
Antonyms: brighten, polish

Partisan (noun) پکا حامی، سخت گیر، طرفدار

a strong supporter of a party, cause, or person.
Example: “partisans of the exiled Stuarts”
Synonyms: supporter, follower, adherent, devotee, champion, backer, upholder
Antonyms: impartial, unbiased

Disruption (noun) مداخلت کرنا، روکنا

disturbance or problems which interrupt an event, activity, or process.
Example: “the scheme was planned to minimize disruption”
Synonyms: disturbance, disordering, disarrangement, disarranging, interference, upset
Antonyms: clear up, compose, enlighten, explain

Cease (verb) چھوڑ دینا، ترک کرنا، جاری نہ رکھنا

come or bring to an end.
Example: “the hostilities ceased and normal life was resumed”
Synonyms: come to an end, come to a halt, come to a stop, end, halt, stop, conclude, terminate
Antonyms: start, continue

Barbaric (adjective) وحشیانہ

savagely cruel.
Example: “he carried out barbaric acts in the name of war”
Synonyms: cruel, brutal, barbarous, brutish, bestial, savage, vicious, fierce
Antonyms: benevolent

Eviscerate (verb) کاٹ کا الگ نکال لینا

disembowel (a person or animal).
Example: “the goat had been skinned and neatly eviscerated”
Synonyms: disembowel, gut, remove the innards from, draw, dress, embowel, disbowel

Barricade (verb) روک ٹوک کرنا، ناکہ بندی کرنا

block or defend with a barricade.
Example: “they barricaded the building and occupied it all night”
Synonyms: blockade, obstruct, close up, bar, block off, shut off/in, fence in, seal up
Antonyms: opening, aid, help

Depredation (noun) بربادی تباہی، لوٹ مار

an act of attacking or plundering.
Example: “protecting grain from the depredations of rats and mice”
Synonyms: plundering, plunder, looting, pillaging, robbing, robbery, raiding, ravaging
Antonyms: boon, construction, goodness

Carnage (noun) قتل عام، خونریزی

the killing of a large number of people.
Example: “the bombing was timed to cause as much carnage as possible”
Synonyms: slaughter, massacre, mass murder, mass destruction, butchery, bloodbath
Antonyms: emancipation, freeing, rescuing, deliverance

Anguish (noun) کوفت، شدید درد

severe mental or physical pain or suffering.
Example: “she shut her eyes in anguish”
Synonyms: agony, pain, torment, torture, suffering, distress, angst, misery, sorrow
Antonyms: happiness, contentment

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