Daily Dawn Vocabulary 5 February 2021 with Urdu Meaning, Synonyms, Antonyms & Sentence Examples

Daily Dawn Vocabulary 5 February 2021 | The following words were taken from the Dawn newspaper on February 5, 2021:

Daily Dawn Vocabulary 5 February 2021 | Urdu Meaning & Sentence Examples

Liberate (verb)  

آزاد کرنا، برابر حقوق دینا

To help someone or something to be free

Example: They sent troops in order to liberate the people of Kashmir.

Synonyms: redeem, disenthrall, free, rescue, discharge, enfranchise, unfetter

Antonyms: immure, incarcerate, enslave, detain, restraint, prevent

Enchant (verb)  

اپنی طرف مائل کرنا، موہ لینا، جادو کرنا، مسحور کرنا

To attract or please someone very much

Example: Swat is one of the world’s most enchanting place that is rich in natural beauty.

Synonyms: delight, allure, fascinate, beauty, enthrall, charm, gratify, bewitch, magnetize, enrapture, entice

Antonyms: displease, annoy, repulse

Intransigence (noun)  

ہٹ دھرمی، سختی، بے لچکی، انتہا پسندی، کٹرپن

The quality of refusing to change your opinions or behavior

Example: Intellectuals believe that Hitler’s intransigence was responsible for decline of Germany.

Synonyms: inflexibility, obduracy, stubbornness, implacability, willfulness, obdurateness, obstinacy

Antonyms: flexibility, slavishness, yielding, pliancy, acquiescence, docility

Red Rag to a Bull (idiom)  

کسی ناراض یا پر تشددرد عمل کے بارے میں پختہ یقین ہونا

To be certain to produce an angry or violent reaction

Example: Don’t let them know that she is not coming, it’s like a red rag to a bull.

Synonyms: violence, opposition, adverse, adversity

Antonyms: peace, harmony

Plebiscite (noun)  

ریفرنڈم، رائے شماری

The direct vote of all the members of an electorate on an important public question

Example: World has seen the great change after presidential plebiscite in USA.

Synonyms: referendum, election, ballot, poll

Antonyms: dictate, martial law


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