Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (12 October 2021)

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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
October 12, 2021

Blunt (adjective) دھار کم کرنا، شدت کم کرنا، صاف گو

(of a cutting implement) not having a sharp edge or point.
Example: “a blunt knife”
Synonyms: not sharp, unsharpened, dull, dulled, worn (down), edgeless
Antonyms: sharp

Notorious (adjective) معروف، بدنام زمانہ

famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed.
Example: “Los Angeles is notorious for its smog”
Synonyms: infamous, of ill repute, with a bad reputation/name, ill-famed, scandalous, well known
Antonyms: unknown, anonymous, faceless

Ruinous (adjective) مضر، تباہ کن

disastrous or destructive.
Example: “a ruinous effect on the environment”
Synonyms: disastrous, devastating, catastrophic, calamitous, cataclysmic, crippling
Antonyms: beneficial

Intertwine (verb) بل دینا، باندھنا، آپس میں مروڑنا

twist or twine together.
Example: “a net made of cotton intertwined with other natural fibres”
Synonyms: entwine, interweave, interlace, interthread, interwind, intertwist, twist, coil
Antonyms: untangle, untwist, disconnect, dissociate

Mariner (noun) تجربہ کار ملاح

a sailor.
Example: “the intrepid mariners of yesteryear set out to discover new worlds”
Synonyms: sailor, seaman, seafarer, seafaring man, Jack tar, tar, sea dog, salt, bluejacket
Antonyms: captain, commander, driver, flyer

Lament (noun) غم میں چیخنا، رونا، آہ و زاری کرنا

a passionate expression of grief or sorrow.
Example: “his mother’s night-long laments for his father”
Synonyms: wail, wailing, lamentation, moan, moaning, groan, weeping, crying, sob, sobbing
Antonyms: celebrate, rejoice

Proliferation (noun) بڑھنا، پھولنا

rapid reproduction of a cell, part, or organism.
Example: “we attempted to measure cell proliferation”
Synonyms: rapid increase, growth, multiplication, spread, escalation, expansion, build-up, buildout
Antonyms: decrease

Concur (verb) متفق ہونا، ایک ساتھ ہونا، ہم خیال ہونا

be of the same opinion; agree.
Example: “the authors concurred with the majority”
Synonyms: agree, be in agreement, be in accord, be in accordance, accord, go along, fall in
Antonyms: disagree

Rogue (noun) بددیانت شخص، مکار، بدمعاش

a dishonest or unprincipled man.
Example: “you are a rogue and an embezzler”
Synonyms: scoundrel, villain, reprobate, rascal, good-for-nothing, wretch, picaro, rat
Antonyms: aboveboard, honest, uncorrupted, conscientious

Topple (verb) گر جانا، گر پڑنا ، پلٹنا

overbalance or cause to overbalance and fall.
Example: “she toppled over when I touched her”
Synonyms: fall, tumble, overturn, overbalance, tip, keel, drop, pitch, plunge, capsize
Antonyms: get up, rise, stand (up), uprise

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