Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (09 November 2021)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (09 November 2021)
Written by Shahzad F. Malik

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
November 09, 2021

Galvanize (verb) متحرک کرنا، جستی

shock or excite (someone) into taking action.
Example: “the urgency of his voice galvanized them into action”
Synonyms: jolt, shock, startle, impel, stir, spur, prod, urge, motivate, stimulate, electrify
Antonyms: demotivate

Strap (verb) کسنا، پیٹنا، مارنا، چمڑے کی پٹی

fasten or secure in a specified place or position with a strap.
Example: “I had to strap the bag to my bicycle”
Synonyms: fasten, secure, tie, bind, make fast, lash, buckle, truss, pinion
Antonyms: unbind, untie, undo, unfasten

Predicament (noun) پریشان کن، خطرناک صورتحال، گت

a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation.
Example: “the club’s financial predicament”
Synonyms: difficult situation, awkward situation, mess, difficulty, problematic situation, issue
Antonyms: advantage, agreement, benefit, blessing

Shroud (verb) کفن، کسی چیز کا ڈھانکنا

wrap or dress (a body) in a shroud for burial.
Example: “the body was washed and shrouded”
Synonyms: cover, envelop, veil, cloak, curtain, swathe, wrap, blanket, screen, cloud
Antonyms: disclose, display, uncover, unmask

Turmoil (noun) افراتفری، کھلبلی، ہلچل

a state of great disturbance, confusion, or uncertainty.
Example: “the country was in turmoil”
Synonyms: confusion, upheaval(s), turbulence, tumult, disorder, commotion, disturbance, agitation
Antonyms: calm, peace

Merely (adverb) صرف، بس

just; only.
Example: “Gary, a silent boy, merely nodded”
Synonyms: only, purely, solely, simply, entirely, just, but
Antonyms: considerably, endlessly, forever, frequently

Lethal (adjective) مہلک، جان لیوا

very harmful or destructive.
Example: “the Krakatoa eruption was the most lethal on record”
Synonyms: fatal, deadly, mortal, causing death, death-dealing, life-threatening, murderous, homicidal
Antonyms: harmless, safe

Befit (verb) موذوں ہونا،ذیب دینا

be appropriate for; suit.
Example: “as befits a Quaker, he was a humane man”
Synonyms: in keeping with, as befits, fitting, appropriate to, fit for, suitable for, suited to, apt for
Antonyms: out of keeping with

Vehement (adjective) جذباتی، شدت سے

showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense.
Example: “her voice was low but vehement”
Synonyms: passionate, forceful, ardent, impassioned, heated, spirited, urgent, fervent, fervid
Antonyms: mild, apathetic

Ferocious (adjective) سنگ دلی، خطرناک، وحشی

savagely fierce, cruel, or violent.
Example: “a ferocious beast”
Synonyms: fierce, savage, wild, feral, untamed, predatory, rapacious, ravening, aggressive
Antonyms: tame, gentle

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