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abase   Speak
(رسوا) humiliate; lower or depress in rank or esteem
E.g.Defeated, Queen Zenobia was forced to abase herself before the conquering Romans, who made her march in chains before the emperor in the procession celebrating his triumph.
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abash   Speak
(abash) embarrass; make ashamed or uneasy; disconcert
E.g.Her open admiration should not abash him at all.
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abate   Speak
(aberrant) subside; decrease; become less in amount or intensity
E.g.Rather than leaving immediately, they waited for the storm to abate.
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abbreviate   Speak
(abjure) make shorter; reduce to shorter form intended to represent full form, as for word or phrase
E.g.Because we were running out of time, the lecturer had to abbreviate her speech.
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abdicate   Speak
(چھوڑ) give up, renounce, abandon, lay down, or withdraw from, as a right or claim
E.g.When Edward VIII did abdicate the British throne to marry the woman he loved, he surprised the entire world.
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aberrant   Speak
abnormal; markedly different from an accepted norm
E.g.Given the aberrant nature of the data, we doubted the validity of the entire experiment.
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abet   Speak
(abet) aid, usually in doing something wrong; encourage
E.g.She was unwilling to abet him in the swindle he had planned.
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abeyance   Speak
(پراستگت) suspended action; temporary cessation or suspension
E.g.The deal was held in abeyance until her arrival.
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abhor   Speak
(ان تمام معاملات میں) fill with horror and loathing; horrify; hate
E.g.One of the things I abhor is the threat to withhold aid.
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abject   Speak
(گھور) being of the most miserable kind; wretched; lacking pride; brought low in condition or status
E.g.On the streets of New York the homeless live in abject poverty, huddling in doorways to find shelter from the wind.
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abjure   Speak
(aberrant abjure) renounce upon oath; abandon forever
E.g.He will abjure his allegiance to the king.
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ablution   Speak
(ہونے) washing or cleansing of the body, especially as part of religious rite
E.g.His ablution was accompanied by loud noises that he humorously labeled "Opera in the Bath.".
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abnegation   Speak
(abbreviate انکار) repudiation; self-sacrifice; renouncing your own interests in favor of interests of others
E.g.No act of abnegation was more pronounced than his refusal of any rewards for his discovery.
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abode   Speak
(ٹھکانا) act of waiting; delay; stay or continuance in a place
E.g.I shall take up my abode in a religious house near Lisle -- a nunnery you would call it; there I shall be quiet and unmolested.
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abolish   Speak
(مٹاتا) cancel; put an end to; destroy completely
E.g.In a letter to the British government, the EU has demanded that Britain abolish laws protecting religious freedom rights with regards to "sexual orientation."
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abominable   Speak
(گھرنیت) detestable; extremely unpleasant; very bad
E.g.Mary liked John until she learned he was dating Susan; then she called him an abominable young man.
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aboriginal   Speak
(قبائلی) being the first of its kind in a region; primitive; native
E.g.Her studies of the primitive art forms of the aboriginal Indians were widely reported in the scientific journals.
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abortive   Speak
(ناکام) unsuccessful; failing to accomplish an intended objective; fruitless
E.g.They warmed themselves beside these great hearthfires; they tried their powers in abortive creations, in work laid aside and taken up again with new glow of enthusiasm.atize Beijing peacefully.
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abrasive   Speak
(abnegate) rubbing away; tending to grind down
E.g.Ash can also cause long-term abrasive damage to planes that could lead to later disasters if not dealt with.
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abridge   Speak
(abridge) condense; shorten; reduce length of written text
E.g.Because the publishers felt the public wanted a shorter version of War and Peace, they proceeded to abridge the novel.
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abrogate   Speak
(منسوخ) abolish, do away with, or annul, especially by authority
E.g.He intended to abrogate the decree issued by his predecessor.
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abscond   Speak
(فرار) leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution
E.g.The teller who did abscond with the bonds went un-captured until someone recognized him from his photograph on "America's Most Wanted.".
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absolute   Speak
(سراسر) perfect in quality or nature; complete; totally unlimited; certain
E.g.Although the King was an absolute monarch, he did not want to behead his unfaithful wife without certain evidence.
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absolve   Speak
(ساقط) let off hook; relieve of requirement or obligation
E.g.I absolve you from this responsibility.
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abstemious   Speak
(سنیمی) sparing or moderation in eating and drinking; temperate
E.g.Concerned whether her vegetarian son's abstemious diet provided him with sufficient protein, the worried mother pressed food on him.
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abstinence   Speak
(سنیم) restraint from eating or drinking; refraining from indulging appetite or desire
E.g.The doctor recommended total abstinence from salted foods.
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abstract   Speak
(امورت) theoretical; not concrete; not applied or practical; difficult to understand
E.g.To him, hunger was an abstract concept; he had never missed a meal.
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abstruse   Speak
(abyss) obscure; profound; difficult to understand.
E.g.She carries around abstruse works of philosophy, not because she understands them but because she wants her friends to think she does.
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abusive   Speak
(بدسلوکی) coarsely insulting; physically harmful; characterized by improper or wrongful use
E.g.There has been abusive language on both sides that never want to get agreement from beginning.
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abut   Speak
(abut) border upon; adjoin; touch or end at one end or side; lie adjacent
E.g.Where our estates abut, we must build a fence.
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abysmal   Speak
(خراب) bottomless; very profound; limitless; very bad
E.g.She spent hours sitting alone, in abysmal misery, because it seemed to be in plain sight, yet she couldn't define it.
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abyss   Speak
(abyss) enormous chasm; vast bottomless pit; any deep, immeasurable space; hell
E.g.Are we to believe that the only thing between us and the abyss is the size of the deficit, and the more the government borrows, the better off we shall be?
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academic   Speak
(تعلیمی) related to school; not practical or directly useful; relating to scholarly organization; based on formal education
E.g.The dean's talk about reforming the college admissions system was only an academic discussion.
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accede   Speak
(accede) agree; give consent, often at insistence of another; concede
E.g.The idea that one of the two chief executives should eventually accede to the role, as has happened in the past, would raise fresh doubts about the board's independence.
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accelerate   Speak
(تیز) move faster; cause to develop or progress more quickly; occur sooner than expected
E.g.Demand for Taiwanese goods likely will accelerate from the second quarter, as strong Asian demand offsets the effects of a U.S. slowdown.
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accessible   Speak
(رسائی) easily approached or entered; obtainable; easy to talk to or get along with
E.g.Simon and James will no longer be posting to The Hearing; however, all previous posts will remain accessible here.
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accessory   Speak
(شرارت آلات) additional object; useful but not essential thing; subordinate or supplementary item
E.g.Another accessory is a tripod, which is needed to prevent camera shake especially when the shutter speed drops below tenth second at a wide angle shot.
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acclaim   Speak
(تعریف) applaud; announce with great approval
E.g.The NBC sportscasters acclaim every American victory in the Olympics and decried every American defeat.
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acclimate   Speak
(abrasive) accustom or become accustomed to a new environment or situation; adapt
E.g.One of the difficulties of our present air age is the need of travelers to acclimate themselves to their new and often strange environments.
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acclivity   Speak
(acclivity) upward slope, as of hill
E.g.The car would not go up the acclivity in high gear.
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accolade   Speak
(accolade) award of merit; expression of approval; praise
E.g.In Hollywood, an "Oscar" is the highest accolade.
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accommodate   Speak
(ایڈجسٹ) do a favor or service for; provide for; supply with; make suitable; adapt; allow for
E.g.As for the stage in the public auditorium, it can easily be adjusted to accommodate from a full-scale musical production to one by a solo vocalist.
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accomplice   Speak
(ساتھی) partner in crime; associate in wrongdoing
E.g.Because your accomplice is an anonymous stranger, it's safer than asking a friend to participate in your ruse.
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accord   Speak
(مخلوقات) settlement or compromise of conflicting opinions; written agreement between two states
E.g.Although the accord is a small step forward, politicians around the world have their work cut out for them.
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accost   Speak
(خطاب) approach and speak to boldly or aggressively, as with demand or request
E.g.When the two young men wanted to accost me, I was frightened because I thought they were going to attack me.
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accretion   Speak
(اضافہ) growth or increase in size by gradual external addition, fusion, or inclusion
E.g.The accretion of wealth marked the family's rise in power.
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accrue   Speak
(جزا) increase, accumulate, or come about as a result of growth; accumulate over time
E.g.The Premier League awards three points for a win and one for a draw, so in a 38-game season the maximum a team can accrue is 114 points.
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acerbity   Speak
(acerbity) bitterness of speech and temper; sourness or acidness of taste, character, or tone
E.g.The meeting of the United Nations General Assembly was marked with such acerbity that informed sources held out little hope of reaching any useful settlement of the problem.
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acetic   Speak
(accouter) having properties of vinegar; sour
E.g.The salad had an exceedingly acetic flavor.
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acidulous   Speak
(acidulous) slightly sour in taste or in manner; sharp; caustic
E.g.James was unpopular because of his sarcastic and acidulous remarks.
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acknowledge   Speak
(بیان تسلیم) declare to be true or admit; express obligation, thanks
E.g.Although I acknowledge that the Beatles' tunes sound pretty dated today, I still prefer them to the songs my brothers play.
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acme   Speak
(acme turbid) the highest point or level, as of achievement or development; maturity or perfection of animal
E.g.His success in this role marked the acme of his career as an actor.
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acne   Speak
(مںہاسی) skin condition, usually of the face, that is common in adolescents, characterized by red pimples, caused by inflammation
E.g.General Hospital, said The root cause of acne is a lipid-rich gland, the sebaceous gland, which sits a few millimetres below the surface of the skin.
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acoustics   Speak
(صوتی) science of sound; quality that makes a room easy or hard to hear in
E.g.Carnegie Hall is liked by music lovers because of its fine acoustics.
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acquiesce   Speak
(acquiesce) assent; agree without protesting
E.g.Although she appeared to acquiesce to her employer's suggestions, I could tell she had reservations about the changes he wanted made.
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acquittal   Speak
(بری) state of being found or proved not guilty; judgment of not guilty
E.g.His acquittal by the jury surprised those who had thought him guilty.
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acrid   Speak
(accentuate acrid) unpleasantly sharp or bitter to taste or smell; bitterly pungent
E.g.The air seemed to have different grades of warmth and chill in it; they were passing a farmyard with strong-smelling, acrid from the sour smell of manure.
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acrimonious   Speak
(رنگستاپک acrimonious) bitter and sharp in language, tone, or manner
E.g.The candidate attacked his opponent in highly acrimonious terms.
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acrophobia   Speak
(acrophobia) fear of heights; abnormal fear of high places
E.g.A born salesman, he could convince someone with a bad case of acrophobia to sign up for a life membership in a sky-diving club.
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actuarial   Speak
(بیمانکک) calculating; pertaining to insurance statistics
E.g.According to recent actuarial tables, life expectancy is greater today than it was a century ago.
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actuate   Speak
(منظوری actuate) put into motion or action; activate
E.g.I fail to understand what might actuate you to reply to this letter so nastily.
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acuity   Speak
(تیکشنتا) sharpness; acuteness of vision or perception; keenness
E.g.In time his youthful acuity of vision failed him, and he needed glasses.
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acumen   Speak
(کوشل) mental keenness; quickness of perception
E.g.However, her team's political acumen is clearly beyond mine, an Ivy League Medical Science Professor and NOT a Political "Science" Professor.
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acute   Speak
(شدید) quickly perceptive; keen; having a sharp point or tip; extremely sharp or severe
E.g.Her early writing was grounded in acute observation of the natural world.
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adage   Speak
(کہاوت) wise saying; brief familiar proverb; expression of popular wisdom
E.g.After reflecting on how I felt a year ago during the election itself and how I feel now, I do have to say that the old adage is true: governing is harder than campaigning.
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adamant   Speak
(اٹل) extremely hard; inflexible; stubbornly unyielding
E.g.Speaker Pelosi came out of that meeting, and she was once again adamant about saying a public option must be in the bill.
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adapt   Speak
(اپنانے) make fit for; change to suit a new purpose
E.g.One way to adapt is to become smaller, generation by generation.
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addendum   Speak
(کرلیا) something added or to be added, especially a supplement to a book
E.g.The date on the bottom of the addendum is April 2007.
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addiction   Speak
(لت) compulsive physiological and psychological need for a substance; being abnormally dependent on something
E.g.No matter what form we find it in, addiction is not fun; drugs, alcohol, overeating, overworking, smoking or sex.
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addle   Speak
(سڑا) muddle; drive crazy; become confused
E.g.This idiotic plan is confusing enough to addle anyone.
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adept   Speak
(ہنر) expert at; very skilled; having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude
E.g.Mr. Williams was known as an adept improviser who effortlessly switched between classical, jazz and pop styles.
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adhere   Speak
(التزام) stick fast; stick to firmly; be compatible or in accordance with
E.g.That is why the claying is necessary; it makes the grain adhere to the earth, otherwise it would float.
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adherent   Speak
(پکشپاتی) person who adheres; one who follows or upholds a leader, party, cause
E.g.In the wake of the scandal, John, the senator's one-time adherent, quickly deserted him.
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adjacent   Speak
(متصل) adjoining; neighboring; close to; lying near
E.g.Philip's best friend Jason lived only four houses down the block, close but not immediately adjacent.
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adjunct   Speak
(acetic) something added on or attached generally nonessential or inferior
E.g.Although I don't absolutely need a second computer, I plan to buy a laptop to serve as an adjunct to my desktop model.
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admonish   Speak
(نصیحت) warn; counsel someone against something to be avoided
E.g.I would again admonish the reader carefully to consider the nature of our doctrine.
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adorn   Speak
(سجانا) enhance or decorate with or as if with ornaments
E.g.This small icon indicates that the plastic yard sign they adorn is either recyclable.
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adroit   Speak
(قابل) skillful and adept under pressing conditions
E.g.I should work in adroit references to this evening's speeches.
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adulation   Speak
(چاپلوسی) excessive flattery or admiration; unmerited praise
E.g.The rock star thrived on the adulation of his groupies and yes men.
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adulterate   Speak
(ملاوٹ) make impure by adding inferior or tainted substances
E.g.It is a crime to adulterate foods without informing the buyer.
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advent   Speak
(آمد) coming or arrival, especially of something extremely important
E.g.Reasoning by analogy, we can come to no other conclusion, unless their advent is anticipated by the arrival of ready-made colonists from the more advanced earth, like ourselves.
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adventitious   Speak
(آگنتک) accidental; casual; not inherent but added extrinsically
E.g.He found this adventitious meeting with his friend extremely fortunate.
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adversary   Speak
(مخالف) opponent in contest; someone who offers opposition
E.g.The young wrestler struggled to defeat his adversary.
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adverse   Speak
(برعکس) in opposing direction; harmful or unfavorable; acting or serving to oppose
E.g.The recession had a highly adverse effect on father's investment portfolio: he lost so much money that he could no longer afford the house.
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adversity   Speak
(مصیبت) state of misfortune, hardship, or affliction; misfortune
E.g.A young boy who's strength in adversity is an inspiration to all who know him.
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advocacy   Speak
(شہر کی آواز) support; active pleading on behalf of something
E.g.No threats could dissuade Bishop Desmond Tutu from his advocacy of the human rights of black South Africans.
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advocate   Speak
(ایڈووکیٹ) speak, plead, or argue in favour of; plead for; push for something
E.g.The some doctors advocate a smoking ban in the entire house.
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aesthetic   Speak
(جمالیاتی) elegant or tasteful; of or concerning appreciation of beauty or good taste
E.g.Kenneth Cole, the American designer known for his modern, urban aesthetic, is hawking $35 T-shirts.
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affable   Speak
(ملنسار) easily approachable; warmly friendly
E.g.Accustomed to cold, aloof supervisors, Nicholas was amazed at how affable his new employer was.
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affected   Speak
(متاثر) speaking or behaving in artificial way; emotionally stirred or moved; infected or attacked
E.g.The other boys laughed so unmercifully at what they termed my affected accent.
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affidavit   Speak
(ہلفنامی) written statement made under oath
E.g.This is an official affidavit from the court and it is saying that the whole thing was a hoax.
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affiliation   Speak
(الحاق) partnership; alliance; association in the same family or society
E.g.This affiliation is a way for us to be able to provide our clients with the full spectrum of services and expertise they need.
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affinity   Speak
(نسبت) natural attraction, liking, or feeling of kinship; relationship by marriage
E.g.She felt an affinity with all who suffered; their pains were her pains.
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affirmation   Speak
(اقرار) positive assertion; confirmation; solemn pledge by one who refuses to take an oath
E.g.Despite Tom's affirmation of innocence, Aunt Polly still suspected he had eaten the pie.
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affliction   Speak
(تکلیف) cause or condition of pain, suffering, or distress
E.g.Even in the midst of her affliction, Elizabeth tried to keep up the spirits of those around her.
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affluence   Speak
(حالی) abundance; a plentiful supply of material goods; wealth
E.g.Foreigners are amazed by the affluence and luxury of the American way of life.
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affront   Speak
(توہین) insult; offense; intentional act of disrespect
E.g.When Mrs. Proudie was not seated beside the Archdeacon at the head table, she took it as a personal affront and refused to speak to her hosts for a week.
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agenda   Speak
(ایجنڈا) items of business at a meeting; list or program of things to be done or considered
E.g.His agenda is certainly different from the President's and the administration's, but we will seek additional opportunities to work together with him.
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agglomeration   Speak
(aerie) collection; heap; act or process of gathering into a mass
E.g.It took weeks to assort the agglomeration of miscellaneous items she had collected on her trip.
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aggrandize   Speak
(aggrandize) increase scope of; extend; intensify; make greater in power, influence, stature, or reputation
E.g.The history of the past quarter century illustrates how a President may aggrandize his power to act aggressively in international affairs without considering the wishes of Congress.
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aggregate   Speak
(اجماع) gather into a mass, sum, or whole; amount to
E.g.Before the Wall Street scandals, dealers managed to aggregate great wealth in short periods of time.
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aghast   Speak
(aghast) struck by shock, terror, or amazement
E.g.The film grabs you by the throat so that any feeling of being aghast is contained – and you hold on to that feeling up to the very last scene.
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agility   Speak
(چپلتا) mentally quick; moving quickly and lightly
E.g.The agility of the acrobat amazed and thrilled the audience.
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agitate   Speak
(تحریک) cause to move with violence or sudden force; upset; disturb
E.g.Since President has now announced that Emergency, the only demand that the lawyers can now agitate is the restoration of the old Supreme Court.
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agnostic   Speak
(agnostic) one who is skeptical of existence of a god or any ultimate reality
E.g.William's presence by so much as a purr or a claw, and I have noticed that the agnostic is the only creature living who can treat a preacher with so much contempt.
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agrarian   Speak
(زراعت) pertaining to land or its cultivation; relating to agricultural or rural matters
E.g.The economic relationship between the two nations has expanded during the past decade amid China's economic boom and Argentina's rise in agrarian production.
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alacrity   Speak
(تتپرتا) cheerful promptness or willingness; eagerness; speed or quickness
E.g.Phil and Dave were raring to get off to the mountains; they packed up their ski gear and climbed into the van with alacrity.
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alchemy   Speak
(کیمیا) medieval chemistry; magical or mysterious power or process of transforming
E.g.The changing of baser metals into gold was the goal of the students of alchemy in medieval.
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alcove   Speak
(alcove) nook; small, recessed section of a room
E.g.In front of centre window in alcove is a small table on which is a parlour lamp, and some newspapers, including the "New York Sun."
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alias   Speak
(ارف) assumed name; another name; name that has been assumed temporarily
E.g.Since the alias is already defined in our management pack it should work fine.
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alienate   Speak
(الگ تھلگ) cause to become unfriendly or hostile; transfer property or ownership; isolate or dissociate emotionally
E.g.We could not see what should again alienate us from one another, or how one brother could again oppress another.
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alimentary   Speak
(agglomeration) providing nourishment; concerned with food, nutrition, or digestion
E.g.The alimentary canal in our bodies is so named because digestion of foods occurs there.
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alimony   Speak
(ہرجانے) payment by a husband to his divorced wife, or vice versa
E.g.Also, payer and payee can't file joint tax returns in the same year alimony is paid.
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allay   Speak
(امن) calm; pacify; reduce the intensity of; relieve
E.g.The crew tried to allay the fears of the passengers by announcing that the fire had been controlled.
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allege   Speak
(کا الزام) state without proof; assert to be true
E.g.If what Justice Department prosecutors allege is true, the five guards should have to answer for what happened on Sept. 16, 2007.
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allegiance   Speak
(بیعت) loyalty to a nation, sovereign, or cause; fidelity to any person or thing; devotion
E.g.They didn't want to salute the flag, saying that kind of allegiance is only for God.
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allegory   Speak
(روپک) symbolic representation of abstract ideas or principles in narrative, dramatic, or pictorial form
E.g.Pilgrim's Progress is an allegory of the temptations and victories of man's soul.
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alleviate   Speak
(خاتمے) provide physical relief, as from pain; make easier; remove in part
E.g.This should alleviate the pain; if it does not, we shall have to use stronger drugs.
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alliteration   Speak
(alimentary alliteration) repetition of beginning sound in poetry
E.g."The furrow followed free" is an example of alliteration.
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allocate   Speak
(مختص) assign; distribute according to plan
E.g.Even though the Red Cross did allocate a large sum for the relief of the sufferers of the disaster, many people perished.
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alloy   Speak
(مصر) combine; mix; make less pure; lessen or moderate
E.g.Our concern for Dwight Gooden, who injured his pitching arm in the game, will alloy our delight at the Yankees' victory.
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allude   Speak
(اشارہ کرنا) refer casually or indirectly, or by suggestion
E.g.Try not to mention divorce in Jack's presence because he will think you allude to his marital problems with Jill.
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allure   Speak
(رغبت) attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive
E.g.Promises of quick profits allure the unwary investor.
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aloft   Speak
(abrasive) in or into a high place; high or higher up
E.g.It tried to remain aloft, but its flying grew wild and reckless.
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altercation   Speak
(جھگڑا) noisy quarrel; contention in words; dispute carried on with heat or anger; controversy
E.g.So loud were their voices raised in altercation that the storm without was scarce heeded.
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altruistic   Speak
(پرپکاری) unselfishly generous; concerned for others
E.g.In providing tutorial assistance and college scholarships for hundreds of economically disadvantaged youths, Eugene Lang performed a truly altruistic deed.
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amalgamate   Speak
(amalgamate) combine; unite in one body; mix or alloy a metal with mercury
E.g.The unions will attempt to amalgamate their groups into one national body.
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amass   Speak
(گھمنڈ کرتے)) collect; gather for oneself, as for one's pleasure or profit
E.g.The miser's aim is to amass and hoard as much gold as possible.
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ambidextrous   Speak
(ambidextrous) capable of using either hand with equal ease
E.g.A switch-hitter in baseball should be naturally ambidextrous.
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ambience   Speak
(ماحول) particular environment or surrounding influence; atmosphere of environment
E.g.A certain ambience is lost when you choose a tampon over a cocktail glass at a party.
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ambiguous   Speak
(مبہم) unclear or doubtful in meaning
E.g.His ambiguous instructions misled us; we did not know which road to take.
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ambivalence   Speak
(ambivalence abstruse) state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes, such as love and hate
E.g.Torn between loving her parents one minute and hating them the next, she was confused by the ambivalence of her feelings.
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amble   Speak
(ٹہلنا) moving at an easy pace; walk slowly or leisurely
E.g.When she first mounted the horse, she was afraid to urge the animal to go faster than a gentle amble.
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ambrosia   Speak
(ambrosia) something with delicious flavor or fragrance; fruit dessert made of oranges and bananas with shredded coconut
E.g.Hughes got a taste of that ambrosia, and he'll never forget the satisfaction it brings.
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ambulatory   Speak
(aloft ambulatory) able to walk; formed or adapted for walking; not stationary
E.g.Juan was a highly ambulatory patient; not only did he refuse to be confined to bed, but he insisted on riding his skateboard up and down the halls.
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ambush   Speak
(گھات) disposition or arrangement of troops for attacking an enemy unexpectedly from a concealed station
E.g.They separated into three hostile tribes, and darted upon each other from ambush with dreadful war-whoops, and killed each other by thousands.
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ameliorate   Speak
(بہتری لانا) make or become better; improve; grow better
E.g.Many social workers have attempted to ameliorate the conditions of people living in the slums.
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amenable   Speak
(amenable) responsive to advice or suggestion; responsible to higher authority; willing to comply with; agreeable
E.g.He was amenable to any suggestions that came from those he looked up to.
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amend   Speak
(ترمیم) change for the better; improve; remove faults or errors
E.g.Would McCain amend executive orders to ensure that communications between persons outside government and White House staff are disclosed to the public?
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amenities   Speak
(خصوصیات) convenient features; courtesies
E.g.In addition to the customary amenities for the business traveler-fax machines, modems, a health club-the hotel offers the services of a butler versed in the social courtesies.
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amiable   Speak
(ملنسار) good-natured and likable; lovable; warmly friendly
E.g.In Little Women, Beth is the amiable daughter whose loving disposition endears her to all who know her.
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amicable   Speak
(دوستانہ) exhibiting friendliness or goodwill; not quarrelsome
E.g.Beth's sister Jo is the hot-tempered tomboy who has a hard time maintaining amicable relations with those around her.
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amiss   Speak
(کمی) out of proper order; not in perfect shape; faulty
E.g.I knew that weapons would not come in amiss, and I re-entered his room to get his rifle and shot-gun.
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amity   Speak
(سوہارد) friendship; peaceful relations, as between nations
E.g.Student exchange programs such as the Experiment in International Living were established to promote international amity.
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amnesia   Speak
(بھولنے کی بیماری) partial or total loss of memory, usually resulting from shock or illness
E.g.Selective amnesia is a politically valuable trait.
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amnesty   Speak
(مستثنی) general pardon granted by government, especially for political offenses
E.g.If the amnesty is approved by parliament, it will apply to capital stashed in off-shore tax havens up to the end of last year.
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amoral   Speak
(amoral) lacking moral sensibility; not caring about right and wrong.
E.g.Compared with evil immorality, being amoral is more like being naughty.
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amorous   Speak
(amorous) moved by sexual love; loving
E.g."Love them and leave them" was the motto of the amorous Don Juan.
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amorphous   Speak
(amorphous) formless; lacking shape or definition
E.g.As soon as we have decided on our itinerary, we shall send you a copy; right now, our plans are still amorphous.
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amphibian   Speak
(درمیان amphibian) able to live both on land and in water
E.g.Frogs are classified as amphibian.
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amphitheater   Speak
(رنگبھوم) oval building with tiers of seats from central open space or arena
E.g.The spectators in the amphitheater cheered the gladiators.
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ample   Speak
(کافی) more than enough in size or scope or capacity; fairly large
E.g.They insist that food are being provided to the Palestinians in ample supplies, and that the only way to weaken Hamas is to maintain the blockade.
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amputate   Speak
(کاٹنا) cut off part of body, especially by surgery; prune
E.g.When the doctors had to amputate the young man's leg to prevent the spread of cancer, he did not let the loss of a limb keep him from participating in sports.
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amulet   Speak
(تابیج) object worn, especially around neck, as a charm against evil or injury; charm
E.g.In Thailand, the Jatukam Ramathep amulet is popular with everyone from Bangkok bankers to village taxi drivers.
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analgesic   Speak
(amorous analgesic) serving to reduce sensibility to pain without loss of consciousness
E.g.The analgesic qualities of this lotion will provide temporary relief.
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analogous   Speak
(مثل) comparable; similar or alike
E.g.She called our attention to the things that had been done in an analogous situation and recommended that we do the same.
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analogy   Speak
(قياس) similarity in some respects; comparison based on similarity
E.g.This analogy is almost always noted without further comment, although in fact it may be taken further.
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anarchist   Speak
(اراجکتاوادی) person who seeks to overturn established government; advocate of abolishing authority
E.g.Denying she was an anarchist, Katya maintained she wished only to make changes in our government, not to destroy it entirely.
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anarchy   Speak
(اراجکتا) absence of governing body; state of disorder; political disorder and confusion
E.g.One might say that eastern Congo is already in anarchy, but Congo has faded from the headlines in recent months.
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anathema   Speak
(ابشاپ) solemn curse; someone or something regarded as a curse
E.g.To the Ayatolla, America and the West were anathema; he loathed the democratic nations, cursing them in his dying words.
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ancestry   Speak
(اصل) family descent; series or line of ancestors; lineage
E.g.David can trace his ancestry as far back as the seventeenth century, when one of them was a court trumpeter somewhere in Germany.
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anchor   Speak
(لنگر) secure or fasten firmly; be fixed in place; narrate or coordinate
E.g.We set the post in concrete to anchor it in place.
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ancillary   Speak
(ذیلی) serving as aid or accessory; auxiliary
E.g.In an ancillary capacity, Doctor Watson was helpful; however, Holmes could not trust the good doctor to solve a perplexing case on his own.
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anecdote   Speak
(اپاھیان) short account of amusing or interesting event; short narrative; secret story of history or biography
E.g.Of all the millions who are moved by this historic occasion, while I am amongst these, my anecdote is and would be far less remarkable.
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anemia   Speak
(انیمیا) condition in which blood lacks red corpuscles; deficiency of red blood cells; lack of vitality
E.g.Long standing illnesses often result in anemia, loss of weight and occasional bleeding from the stomach.
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anesthetic   Speak
(سنویدناہاری) substance that causes loss of sensation; producing temporary loss or impairment of feeling
E.g.His monotonous voice acted like an anesthetic; his audience was soon asleep.
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anguish   Speak
(حسرتیں) agonizing physical or mental pain; extreme suffering
E.g.Visiting the site of the explosion, the governor wept to see the anguish of the victims and their families.
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angular   Speak
(زاویاتی) sharp-cornered; consisting of an angle or angles; stiff in manner
E.g.Mr. Spock's features, though angular, were curiously attractive, in a Vulcan way.
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animated   Speak
(اینی) having life or vigor or spirit; filled with activity; in form of cartoon
E.g.On entering his room I found Holmes in animated conversation with two men.
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animosity   Speak
(دشمنی) bitter hostility; active hatred; hostile feeling or act
E.g.I've worked for Bill Clinton for years, and Bill Clinton, another Democrat who pushed socially responsible programs, got a lot of animosity from the right.
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animus   Speak
(anodyne) feeling of enmity or ill will; attitude that informs one's actions; disposition
E.g.The animus of the speaker became obvious to all when he began to indulge in sarcastic and insulting remarks.
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annals   Speak
(تاریخ) chronological record of the events of successive years
E.g.In the annals of this period, we find no mention of democratic movements.
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annex   Speak
(انیکسی) append or attach; take possession of; incorporate into an existing political unit
E.g.Mexico objected to the United States' attempts to annex the territory that later became the state of Texas.
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annihilate   Speak
(نیست و نابود) destroy completely; reduce to nonexistence
E.g.The enemy in its revenge tried to annihilate the entire population.
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annotate   Speak
(وضاحت) comment; make explanatory notes
E.g.In the appendix to the novel, the editor sought to annotate many of the author's more esoteric references.
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annuity   Speak
(وارشیکی) annual payment of allowance or income; periodical payment, amounting to a fixed sum in each year
E.g.The annuity he setup with the insurance company supplements his social security benefits so that he can live very comfortably without working.
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annul   Speak
(annul) make or declare void or invalid; reduce to nothing
E.g.The parents of the eloped couple tried to annul the marriage.
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anodyne   Speak
(anodyne) source of relaxation or comfort; medicine that relieves pain
E.g.The sound of classical music is usually just anodyne I need after a tough day at work.
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anoint   Speak
(ابھیشیک) apply oil or similar substance to; put oil on during religious ceremony as a sign of sanctification or consecration.
E.g.He described how the prophet Samuel to anoint David with oil, crown him king of Israel.
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anomalous   Speak
(ویشم) deviating from normal or common order, form, or rule
E.g.He was placed in the anomalous position of seeming to approve procedures which he despised.
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anomaly   Speak
(اسنگتی) irregularity; person or something that is unusual; departure from normal or common order
E.g.No doubt, this anomaly is the result of the uncertain international environment and high interest rates.
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anonymity   Speak
(گمنام) state of being nameless; one that is unknown or unacknowledged
E.g.In my view, death in anonymity is the ultimate insult to human dignity.
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antagonism   Speak
(عداوت) active resistance; condition of being an opposing principle, force, or factor
E.g.Barry showed his antagonism toward his new stepmother by ignoring her whenever she tried talking to him.
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antecede   Speak
(antecede) precede; go before in time, and sometimes in place, rank, or logical order
E.g.The invention of the radiotelegraph should antecede the development of television by a quarter of a century.
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antecedents   Speak
(پوروورت) preceding events or circumstances that influence what comes later; ancestors or early background
E.g.Smuggled out of Germany and adopted by a Christian family, she knew nothing of her birth and antecedents until she was reunited with her family in 1989.
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antediluvian   Speak
(antediluvian) antiquated; extremely old and ancient; belonging to very ancient times
E.g.Looking at his great aunt's antique furniture, which must have been cluttering up her attic since the time of Noah's flood, the young heir exclaimed, "Heavens! How positively antediluvian!".
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anthem   Speak
(ترانہ) song of praise or patriotism; song of devotion or loyalty
E.g.Let us now all join in singing the national anthem.
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anthology   Speak
(anthology) book of literary selections by various authors
E.g.This anthology of science fiction was compiled by the late Isaac Asimov.
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anthropoid   Speak
(اینٹینا anthropoid) manlike; resembling a human, especially in shape or outward appearance
E.g.The gorilla is the strongest of the anthropoid animals.
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anthropologist   Speak
(anthropologist) one who studies history and science of mankind
E.g.Eighty-three years ago, an anthropologist from the Field Museum dug up the remains of 22 people from marked graves in Labrador, Canada.
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anthropomorphic   Speak
(anthropomorphic) having human form or characteristics
E.g.Primitive religions often have deities with anthropomorphic characteristics.
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anticlimax   Speak
(anticlimax) letdown in thought or emotion; decline viewed in disappointing contrast with previous rise
E.g.After the fine performance in the first act, the rest of the play was an anticlimax.
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antidote   Speak
(antidote) medicine to counteract a poison or disease; agent that relieves or counteracts
E.g.They believe that because this anti-heroin antidote is what finally worked with some of the victims.
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antipathy   Speak
(antipathy) strong feeling of aversion; dislike
E.g.Tom's extreme antipathy for disputes keeps him from getting into arguments with his temperamental wife.
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antiquated   Speak
(فرسودہ) too old to be fashionable, suitable, or useful; obsolete; aged
E.g.We are tolerably conversant with the early English poets; and can discover no resemblance whatever, except in antiquated spelling and a few obsolete words.
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