Daily Dawn Vocabulary 13 February 2021 with Urdu Meaning, Synonyms, Antonyms & Sentence Examples

Daily Dawn Vocabulary 13 February 2021

The following words were taken from the Dawn newspaper on February 13, 2021:

Daily Dawn Vocabulary 13 February 2021 | Urdu Meaning & Sentence Examples

Contour (noun)  

حلیہ، چہرہ، صورت، شکل، وضع، ساخت، خدوخال

An outline representing or bounding the shape or form of something

Example: The contours of the scheme of Roshan Digital Pakistan got public attraction at large.

Synonyms: outline, profile, figure

Antonyms: inside

Wield (verb)  

قبضے یا قابو میں رکھنا، طاقت یا اختیار استعمال کرنا

To hold a weapon or tool and look as if you are going to use it Or to have a lot of influence or power over other people

Example: The procession has wielded enough popularity through its slogans.

Synonyms: apply, exercise, handle, control

Antonyms: ignore, misuse, cease, idle

Credence (noun)  

یقین، عقیدہ، اعتماد، اعتقاد

To belief that something is true

Example: She showed her credence at the time of agreement but later on she tracked back.

Synonyms: admission, belief, confidence, credit, reliance

Antonyms: disbelief, misgiving, uncertainty, denial, doubt, fear

Pander to someone / something (phrasal verb)  

برے کاموں میں مدد دینا،جذبات کو بھڑکانے کا عمل، دلال، مطمئن کرنا

Cater to (the low desire of others)

Example: The way police pandering the protest would be discussed before Judge.

Synonyms: gratify, please, procurer, satisfy, stroke, cajole, indulge, pimp

Antonyms: disturb, annoy, refuse, frustrate, dissatisfy, anger

Heinous (adjective)  

وحشیانہ، سفاکانہ، نفرت انگیز، عظیم، سخت،  سنگین، شدید

very bad and shocking

Example: The police caught the heinous murderer of Liaquat Ali Khan, first Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Synonyms: atrocious, abhorrent, infamous, scandalous, odious, hateful, horrendous, revolting, vicious, nefarious

Antonyms: friendly, delightful, joyful


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