Daily Dawn Vocabulary

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (16 September 2021)

Daily DAWN News Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning (16 September 2021)
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Daily Dawn Newspaper English Vocabulary with Urdu Meaning
September 16, 2021


Recur (verb) واپس آنا، دوبارہ ہونا

occur again periodically or repeatedly.
Example: “when the symptoms recurred, the doctor diagnosed something different”
Synonyms: happen again, reoccur, occur again, be repeated, repeat (itself), happen repeatedly
Antonyms: dematerialize, dematerialise, disappear


Devise (verb) وصیت، اپنی مرضی سے دینا، ایجاد کرنا

plan or invent (a complex procedure, system, or mechanism) by careful thought.
Example: “a training programme should be devised”
Synonyms: conceive, think up, come up with, dream up, draw up, work out, form, formulate
Antonyms: miscontrive, mismanage


Starvation (noun) فاقہ کشی، سخت بھوک ہونا

suffering or death caused by lack of food.
Example: “thousands died of starvation”
Synonyms: extreme hunger, lack of food, famine, want, undernourishment, malnourishment, fasting
Antonyms: supply, plenty


Obligation (noun) احسان، فرض، عنایت

an act or course of action to which a person is morally or legally bound; a duty or commitment.
Example: “I have an obligation to look after her”
Synonyms: duty, commitment, responsibility, moral imperative, function, task, job, chore
Antonyms: asset, disagreement, disbelief, irresponsibility


Suspicion (noun) اندیشہ، شک و شبہ

a feeling or thought that something is possible, likely, or true.
Example: “she had a sneaking suspicion that he was laughing at her”
Synonyms: intuition, feeling, impression, inkling, surmise, guess, conjecture, speculation, hunch
Antonyms: certainty


Descend (verb) نیچے اترنا، کم ہونا، نازل ہونا

move or fall downwards.
Example: “the aircraft began to descend”
Synonyms: go down, come down, drop, fall, sink, subside, dive, plummet, plunge
Antonyms: ascend, climb


Embroil (verb) باہم ناچاقی پیدا کرنا، کوئی کام کرنے کےلئے زور ڈالنا

involve (someone) deeply in an argument, conflict, or difficult situation.
Example: “she became embroiled in a dispute between two women she hardly knew”
Synonyms: involve, entangle, ensnare, enmesh, catch up, mix up, bog down, mire
Antonyms: extricate, separate, remove


Antipathy (noun) کراہت، نفرت کا احساس

a deep-seated feeling of aversion.
Example: “his fundamental antipathy to capitalism”
Synonyms: hostility, antagonism, animosity, aversion, animus, opposition, enmity, dislike
Antonyms: liking, affinity, rapport


Assert (verb) حق جتانا، اقرار کرنا

state a fact or belief confidently and forcefully.
Example: “the company asserts that the cuts will not affect development”
Synonyms: declare, maintain, contend, argue, state, claim, propound, submit, posit
Antonyms: deny, gainsay, contradict


Contemptuous (adjective) ذلت آمیز، حقارت آمیز

showing contempt; scornful.
Example: “she was intolerant and contemptuous of the majority of the human race”
Synonyms: scornful, disdainful, disrespectful, insulting, insolent, full of contempt, derisory, derisive
Antonyms: respectful


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