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# Qz WORD   EXAMPLE POS   DEFINITION   GROUP STUDENT'S
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car_hire
I can rent a car from a car_hire Noun It is an office were we can rent a car Arts cs 2009.12.31
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www
Look it up on the www Noun These letters stand for World Wide Web Arts tom 2010.01.03
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boring
This lesson is terribly boring Adjective Unstimulating, monotonous Arts tom 2010.01.26
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fret
Lily is used to fretting about things which are not likely to happen. Verb to worry about something, especially when there is no need Arts Gabrielle 2014.10.17 6:00
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convivial
It was a convivial party. Adjective an atmosphere of lively and delighted. Arts 000hank 2014.10.24 22:33
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bluster
he was awakened by the bluster of their preparations Noun noisy confusion and turbulence Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:00
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debilitate
Her sister took over yesterday when she was debilitated by a stomach virus. Verb make weak Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:03
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dupe
He was accused of being a dupe of the Americans. Noun a person who is tricked Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:04
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drudgery
Life can be drudgery, or it can be play. Adjective hard work Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:07
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didactic
I don't like her didactic way of explaining everything. Adjective instructive (especially excessively) Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:10
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demanding
Ricky was a very demanding child. Adjective requiring more than usually expected or thought due; especially great patience and effort and skill Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:11
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debacle
The conversation was a debacle. Noun a sudden and violent collapse Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:12
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dodder
He doddered down the street. Verb walk unsteadily Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:15
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dire
He was in dire need of hosiptal treatment. Adjective fraught with extreme danger; nearly hopeless Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:17
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dispose
He doesn't know how to dispose of his spare time. Verb deal with Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:18
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dilate
The lungs dilate in breathing. Verb become wider Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:22
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defuse
a diplomatic move that defused the international crisis. Verb If you defuse a dangerous or tense situation, you calm it. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:23
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deter
Nothing shall deter us from doing what we think right. Verb try to prevent. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:25
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despicable
What he have done was despicable. Adjective morally reprehensible Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:27
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din
They tried to make themselves heard over the din of the crowd. Noun A din is a very loud and unpleasant noise that lasts for some time. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:30
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discriminating
He is incapable of discriminating between a good idea and a terrible one. Verb If you can discriminate between two things, you can recognize that they are different. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:32
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diverge
Our opinions diverge from each other. Verb If one opinion or idea diverges from another, they contradict each other or are different. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:34
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dodge
I dodged back into the alley and waited a minute. Verb If you dodge, you move suddenly, often to avoid being hit, caught, or seen. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 10:36
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commotion
Suddenly there was a commotion upstairs, a despairing boyish shriek, and the strains of the waltz faltered and died as the musicians and guests gaped at an apparition descending the marble staircase. Noun violent, noisy action; - disturbance; - fuss; - agitation: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.29 20:18
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clench
He clenched his fists in frustration. Verb to close (the hands, etc.) tightly: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.29 20:19
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concoct
She concocts a meal from leftovers. Verb to prepare by combining ingredients: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.29 20:20
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confederate
If those independent states manage to confederate, their combined power could be a threat to us. Verb to unite in a league, alliance, or conspiracy: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.29 20:21
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confiscate
I thought the soldiers would confiscate our camera, but they let us keep it. Verb to seize (something) by legal authority: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.29 20:22
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irresistible
The dishes my mom made were so irresistible that all of us devoured those foods in few minutes. Adjective so attracting, desirable etc that you cannot prevent yourself from wanting it. Arts Gabrielle 2014.12.29 9:37
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debrief
This general was debriefed right after the war because of his irresponsibility. Verb to ask someone questions about a job they have just done or an experience they have just had Law Gabrielle 2014.12.29 9:38
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innuendo
After the sexual innuendo spread for several days, the actress chose to kill herself at her home. Noun an indirect or subtle reference, especially one made maliciously or indicating criticism Law Gabrielle 2014.12.29 9:38
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flip_side
Every medicine has its flip_side, so never take too much of them. Noun the bad effects of something that also has good effects Law Gabrielle 2014.12.29 9:39
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albeit
She said yes to his proposal, albeit with some hesitation. Adv used to add information that reduces the force or importance of what you have just said Arts Gabrielle 2014.12.29 9:39
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discord
Our discord was originated by a quarrel. Noun lack of agreement or harmony Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:45
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detract
His bad manners detract from his good character Verb take away a part from; diminish Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:47
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coax
We coax him to improve his bad temper. Verb If you coax someone into doing something, you gently try to persuade them to do it. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:50
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contiguous
Those two countries are contiguous. Adjective Things that are contiguous are next to each other or touch each other Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:50
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decrepit
He nodded at her and sat, looking around with distaste at the decrepit bar. Adjective bad and old Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:52
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covetous
she show a covetous look. Adjective has a strong desire to possess something, especially something that belongs to another person. Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:53
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dissonance
Dissonance among the three partners doomed the project. Noun a conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters Arts Hanm 2014.12.29 9:59
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conglomerate
Conglomerate Tompkins has an agreed bid on the table worth ?952m and it should be unconditional before Christmas. Verb a thing composed of unrelated elements mixed together. - - corporation made up of divisions that specialize in unrelated industries. Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.30 20:36
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connote
There the name vaguely connotes new-rich wealth, a reputation for eccentricity, and an ardor for collecting art. Noun to carry or suggest a connotation: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.30 20:37
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continuum
This does not mean that philosophy resolves the problems it generates, any more so than Riemann's geometry settled the physical status of the space-time continuum. Noun a continuous extent, series, or number of things together as a whole, but with no noticeable division into parts: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.30 20:39
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contravene
He claimed that importing plutonium contravened Japan's non-nuclear constitution. Noun to come or be in conflict with; - oppose: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.30 20:40
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convalesce
He needed a few weeks to convalesce at home. - Verb to recover health and strength after illness: Arts 00nthu4017 2014.12.30 20:41
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implacable
The parents are implacable enemies;but the children are friends. Adjective not able to be satisfied or changed Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:22
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cot
I took a cot out of the closet for my friend to sleep on. Noun a simple bed that usually can be folded up and moved easily Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:24
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premonition
He has a premonition that something bad will happen on their camping trip. Noun a fear about the future Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:26
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noose
By criticizing his boss so openly,he is putting a noose around his own neck. Noun to put oneself in danger often unnecessarily Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:28
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arid
The Sahara Desert is arid. Adjective very dry Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:29
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ostentation
Fur coats,diamonds,and a Rolls Royce are all part of the ostentation of Hollywood. Noun an unnecessary or showy display of wealth,learning,skill,etc,meant to impress somebody Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:31
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nil
Our interest in that project is nil because there is little chance of making a profit. Noun nothing, zero Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:32
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incriminate
The woman incriminated her neighbors who were growing marijuana. Verb to show that somebody was involved in a crime Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:33
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abject
In a slum, people live in abject poverty. Adjective in the worst condition,miserable Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:34
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elemental
The wheel is an elemental part of any vehicle. Adjective basic, fundamental Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:35
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labyrinth
Just for amusement,a rich man had a labyrinth made of bushes in his garden. Noun a complicated set of paths or passages where somebody is easily lost Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:37
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heterogeneous
People of all races made a heterogeneous group at the conference. Adjective mixed,made up of different parts(objects,ideas,etc) Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:39
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octagon
Old coins were shaped as octagons and called 'piece of eight'. Noun a flat,eight-sided figure Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:40
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kiosk
I bought a newspaper at the kiosk. Noun a stand or stall where newspapers or food and drink are sold Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:41
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consul
The Brazilian consul in San Francisco likes his assignment. Noun an official who represents his country's citizens and trade in a foreign city Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:43
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disconcert
I was disconcerted by the sight of a strange man at my door. Verb to cause to feel doubt and nervousness,disturb Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:44
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divan
We sit on the divan and watch television at night. Noun sofa Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:45
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lacquer
That beautiful tray was painted with black lacquer. Noun a liquid that hardens into a shine Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:46
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diaphanous
The movie star wore a diaphanous gown. Adjective light and see-through fabric Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:47
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proliferate
Rabbits proliferate when they have plenty of food. Verb to increase in number rapidly,multiply Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:49
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resplendent
That millionaire was resplendent in her gold and jewels. Adjective shining, brilliant Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:50
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venerable
He is a venerable old man. Adjective respected,admired because of old age,dignity Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:52
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coalesce
Our plans for a long trip finally coalesced when we mapped out exactly where to go. Verb to come together and form a whole Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:53
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usurpation
The usurpation of power by the dictator was done with the help of the army. Noun the seizure of control of the rights,property, or role of another Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:55
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abysmal
That movie was an abysmal failure. Adjective terrible, awful Arts hooray832602 2015.01.01 2:56
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convoluted
The convoluted sheets can be combined to attain certain cushioning effects mechanically rather than chemically. Adjective very involved; difficult to understand: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.01 6:56
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decimate
Cholera decimated the population. Verb to destroy a great number or part of: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.01 6:58
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decry
He decryed the regime's ruthlessness. Verb to condemn openly; - denounce: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.01 6:59
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decentralize
The board decentralized the administration of the local schools. Verb to distribute the administrative powers of (a central authority) throughout local or regional divisions: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.01 7:01
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demolition
the army expert in demolition. Noun the act of knocking down or demolishing: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.01 7:03
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versatile
She is a versatile athlete who participates in many different sports. Adjective able to do many different things Arts mcyang 2015.01.02 0:07
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pram
A young woman is pushing | a pram. Noun a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby can lie down while it is being pushed Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:32
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preclude
Age alone will not preclude him from standing as a candidate. Verb to prevent something or make something impossible Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:33
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predominant
Research forms the predominant part of my job. Adjective more noticeable or important, or larger in number, than others Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:34
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preliminary
The discussions were preliminary to preparing a policy paper. Adjective happening before something that is more important, often in order to prepare for it Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:35
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prescribe
What punishment does the law prescribe for this crime? Verb to state officially what should be done in a particular situation Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:37
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prick
Prick the sausages before you grill them. Verb to make a small hole in something using something sharp Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:40
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primitive
The first station buildings were quite primitive. Adjective belonging to a simple way of life that existed in the past and does not have modern industries and machines Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:41
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probe
Detectives questioned him for hours, and probed for any inconsistencies in his story. Verb to try to discover information that other people do not want you to know, by asking questions carefully and not directly Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:42
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profess
She professes ignorance of the whole affair, though I'm not sure I believe her. Verb to state something, sometimes in a way that is not sincere Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:56
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prolong
I was trying to think of some way to prolong the conversation. Verb to deliberately make something such as a feeling or activity last longer Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:58
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propaganda
They have mounted a propaganda campaign against Western governments. Noun information which is false or which emphasizes just one part of a situation, used by a government or political group to make people agree with them Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 0:59
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declare
She declared that she didn't want to see him again. Verb to state officially and publicly that a particular situation exists or that something is true Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:01
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diagnose
The illness was diagnosed as mumps. Verb to find out what is wrong with someone or something, especially what illness someone has, by examining them carefully Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:05
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tobacco
This small store sells all kinds of tobacco. Noun the dried brown leaves that are smoked in cigarettes, pipes etc Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 10:07
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lure
The price also lures students. Verb to persuade someone to do something, especially something wrong, by promising them something they want Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 10:10
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manuscript
Some ancient manuscripts were discovered in the temple. Noun a book or document written by hand before printing was invented Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:13
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deposit
You must pay a deposit if you want to reserve the room. Noun money that you pay when you rent or HIRE something, which will be given back if you do not damage the thing you are renting or hiring Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:18
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lung
Smoking may affect your lungs. Noun one of the two organs in your body that you breathe with Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:20
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symptom
Symptoms include headaches and vomiting. Noun a physical condition which shows that you have a particular illness Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:21
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intimacy
An intimacy grew up between us. Noun a state of having a close personal relationship with someone Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:23
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hasty
He soon regretted his hasty decision. Adjective done in a hurry, especially with bad results Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:25
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miserable
There's nothing like a bad cold to make you feel miserable. Adjective extremely unhappy, for example because you feel lonely, cold, or badly treated Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:27
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premium
Farmers are being offered a premium for organically grown vegetables. Noun an additional amount of money, above a standard rate or amount Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 10:31
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gulf
Hurricane Andrew was last night heading into the gulf of Mexico. Noun a large area of sea partly enclosed by land Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:34
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mislead
Don't let his friendly words mislead you. Verb to make someone believe something that is not true by giving them false or incomplete information Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:40
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aboriginal
The lndians are the aboriginal Americans. Noun connected with the people or animals that have existed in a place or country from the earliest times Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:43
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catastrophe
The oil spill threatens an unparalleled ecological catastrophe. Noun a terrible event in which there is a lot of destruction or many people are injured or die Economics MagChou 2015.01.02 10:46
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ambiguous
This agreement is very ambiguous and open to various interpretations. Adjective having more than one meaning, so that it is not clear which is intended Law MagChou 2015.01.02 10:48
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bilingual
She is bilingual in English and Punjabi. Adjective able to speak two languages equally well Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 10:53
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breed
Spaniels are my favourite breed of dog. Noun a type of animal or plant, especially one that people have kept to breed, such as cats, dogs, and farm animals Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:55
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abundance
Wild flowers grow in abundance on the hillsides. Noun a large quantity of something Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 10:58
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boast
One of her proudest boasts is that her daughter is a doctor. Noun something that you like telling people because you are proud of it Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 11:00
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dogmatism
The problem with the leader was his dogmatism Noun Excessive adherence to rules (dogma); narrow mindedness Arts tom 2015.01.02 15:55
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reckless
The reckless driver is to be avoided on New Year's Eve when the roads are full of drunks Noun Careless and dangerous Arts tom 2015.01.02 15:59
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query
Might one query his sincerity? Verb Ask about Arts tom 2015.01.02 16:02
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satirical
They enjoyed the professor's satirical commentary Adjective Witty and sarcastic (from 'satire') Arts tom 2015.01.02 16:23
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blizzard
The cars ran off the road in a blizzard with the drivers left to sit there for over an hour Noun Snow storm with wind Arts tom 2015.01.02 16:35
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provoke
The proposal provoked widespread criticism. Verb to cause a reaction or feeling,especially a sudden one Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:01
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punctuate
The president spoke at length in a speech punctuated by applause. Verb to happen or cause something to happen repeatedly while something else is happening; to interrupt something repeatedly Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:06
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puff
Steam puffed out of the chimney. Verb if smoke, steam etc puffs from somewhere, or if something puffs it, it comes out in little clouds Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:07
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quarry
The dogs pursued their quarry into an empty warehouse. Noun a person or animal being hunted or looked for Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:11
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queer
If she asks Dan for a pay rise before I do, it will probably queer my pitch. Verb to spoil a chance or an opportunity for someone, often on purpose Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:12
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quota
The government has imposed quotas on the export of timber. Noun an official limit on the number or amount of something that is allowed in a particular period Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:13
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radiate
He radiated calm confidence. Verb if someone radiates a feeling, or if it radiates from them, it is very easy to see that this is how they feel Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:14
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rake
She raked the soil over to loosen the weeds. Verb to move a rake across a surface in order to make the soil level, gather dead leaves etc Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:17
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rally
Fellow Republicans rally to the President's defense. Verb to come together, or to bring people together, to support an idea, a political party etc Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:18
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ram
In the latest raid, thieves used his van to ram a police car. Verb to run or drive into something very hard Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:19
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ranger
He is a park ranger. Noun someone whose job is to look after a forest or area of countryside Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:21
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ransom
They were all ransomed and returned unharmed. Noun to pay an amount of money so that someone who is being held as a prisoner is set free Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:22
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ration
Fuel was rationed during the war. Verb to control the supply of something because there is not enough Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:29
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razor
Politically we are on a razor edge. Noun to be in a difficult position where a mistake could be dangerous Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:32
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rebate
You may be entitled to a tax rebate. Noun an amount of money that is paid back to you when you have paid too much tax, rent etc Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:33
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recess
Psychoanalysts aim to explore the innermost recesses of the mind. Noun a secret or hidden place Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:35
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reconcile
The possibility remains that the two theories may be reconciled. Verb if you reconcile two ideas, situations, or facts, you find a way in which they can both be true or acceptable: Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:36
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rectify
I did my best to rectify the situation, but the damage was already done. Verb to correct something that is wrong Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:39
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redeem
Olivier's performance redeemed an otherwise second-rate play. Verb to make something less bad Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:40
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reed
Reeds grew in clumps all along the river bank. Noun a type of tall plant like grass that grows in wet places Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:41
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reed
Reeds grew in clumps all along the river bank. Noun a type of tall plant like grass that grows in wet places Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:41
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regime
The regime got rid of most of its opponents. Noun a government, especially one that was not elected fairly or that you disapprove of for some other reason Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:42
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reinforce
The film reinforces the idea that women should be pretty and dumb. Verb to give support to an opinion, idea, or feeling, and make it stronger Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:44
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relay
I was told the news first and then I relayed it to the others. Verb to repeat something you have heard, or to broadcast a signal, message, or programme on television or radio Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:45
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reminisce
My grandfather used to reminisce about his years in the navy. Verb to talk or write about past experiences that you remember with pleasure Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:47
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remnant
The remnants of a meal stood on the table. Noun a small part of something that remains after the rest of it has been used, destroyed, or eaten Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:48
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render
He was rendered almost speechless by the news. Verb to cause someone or something to be in a particular condition Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:49
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renovate
The hotel has been renovated and redecorated. Verb to repair a building or old furniture so that it is in good condition again Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:50
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residue
The flies leave | a sticky residue | on crops. Noun a substance that remains on a surface, in a container etc and cannot be removed easily, or that remains after a chemical process - residue from Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:53
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retreat
They were attacked and forced to retreat. Verb to move away from the enemy after being defeated in battle Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:55
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retrieve
She bent down to retrieve her earring. Verb to find something and bring it back Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:56
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retrospect
In retrospect, I wonder if we should have done more. Noun thinking back to a time in the past, especially with the advantage of knowing more now than you did Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:57
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rewind
Will you rewind the tape so we can hear it again? Verb to put a tape recording back to the beginning Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 1:58
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macabre
Even the police were horrified at the macabre nature of the killings. Adjective describes something that is unpleasant because it is connected with death or violence Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:19
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madcap
He has made a madcap plan. Adjective very foolish Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:21
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maddening
She can't bear the maddening noise. Adjective annoying Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:23
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maelstrom
The country is gradually being sucked into the maelstrom of civil war. Noun a situation in which there is great confusion, violence and destruction Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:24
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magnanimous
He was a just and magnanimous. Adjective very kind and generous towards an enemy or someone you have defeated Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:27
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make-believe
He lives in a world of make-believe/make-believe world. Noun when you imagine or pretend that something is real or true Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:31
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malevolent
He gave her a dark, malevolent look. Adjective causing or wanting to cause harm or evil Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:33
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sustain
Some nearby buildings sustained minor damage. Verb suffer damage, an injury, or loss of money Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:38
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superimpose
A photo of a cup of cappuccino had been superimposed on a picture of Venice. Verb put one picture, image, or photograph on top of another so that both can be partly seen Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:40
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superior
I can't bear Amanda - she's so superior. Adjective thinking that you are better than other people - used to show disapproval Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:42
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sordid
Tell me Howie doesn't know all this sordid business shit is going on Adjective dirty, squalid or morally distasteful. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 20:49
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occult
a secret society to study alchemy and the occult Noun relating to supernatural, mystical, or magical powers or phenomena. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 20:52
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occult
a secret society to study alchemy and the occult Noun relating to supernatural, mystical, or magical powers or phenomena. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 20:52
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tortuous
The book begins with a long, tortuous introduction. Adjective with many turns and changes of direction; not direct or simple Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:52
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totter
She tottered unsteadily down the stairs in her high-heeled shoes. Verb walk in a shaky way that looks as if you are about to fall Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:54
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touch-and-go
It was touch-and-go whether the doctor would get there on time. Adjective uncertain Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 20:56
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nuzzle
the dog nuzzle his shoulder. Verb rub or press with nose. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 20:57
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tractable
The problem turned out to be rather less tractable than I had expected. Adjective easy to control or deal with Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:05
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trailblazer
He is a trailblazer in the field of medical research. Noun someone who is the first to discover or develop new methods of doing something Commerce basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:08
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treble
He earns almost treble the amount that I do. Adjective three times greater in amount, number or size Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:12
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triennial
The town's triennial celebration attracted many tourists. Adjective happening every three years Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:18
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rummage
She rummaged in/through all the drawers, looking for a pen. Verb search for something by moving things around in a careless or hurried way Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:19
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rumple
You'll rumple your jacket if you don't hang it up properly. Verb make something become creased (= not smooth) or untidy Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:21
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rumpus
There's a real rumpus going on upstairs. Noun a lot of noise, especially a loud and confused argument or complaint Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:22
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rupture
This news has ruptured (= violently ended) the delicate peace between the rival groups. Verb damage good relations between people or a peaceful situation Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:25
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ruthless
Some people believe that to succeed in this world you have to be ruthless. Adjective showing no pity Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:28
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roam
The dogs are allowed to roam around. Verb walk or travel, usually for a long time, with no clear purpose or direction Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:32
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rove
He roved the world in search of his fortune. Verb move, travel or look around especially a large area Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:35
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riveting
She didn't go to bed until she finished the riveting novel. Adjective extremely interesting Arts basketball1007 2015.01.02 21:38
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fathom
he could scarcely fathom the idea that people actually lived in Las Vegas Verb understand Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 21:50
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loquacious
alcohol make me loquacious. Adjective tending to talk a great deal Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 21:52
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presumably
this report presumably correct. Adv used to convey that what is asserted is very likely though not known for certain. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 21:56
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confound
the inflation figure confounded economic analysts Verb cause surprise or confusion in someone. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 21:57
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impale
his head was impaled on a pike and exhibited for all to see Verb pierce or transfix with a sharp instrument. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 21:59
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macabre
a macabre series of murders Adjective horrifying because of involvement with or depiction of death and injury Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:01
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chilled
a glass of chilled white wine Adjective cooled in a refrigerator Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:01
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a glass of chilled white wine Adjective cooled in a refrigerator Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:01
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squint
the bright sun made them squint Verb look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:02
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gravity
i think you don't understand the gravity of situation. Noun extreme or alarming importance Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:05
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gravity
i think you don't understand the gravity of situation. Noun extreme or alarming importance Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:05
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homicide
he was charged with homicide Noun murder Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:06
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homicide
he was charged with homicide Noun murder Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:06
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complacent
you can't afford to be complacent about security Adjective showing smug or satisfaction with oneself or one's achievements Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:07
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gloat
she gloat over her jewels Verb show great satisfaction at... Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:11
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stance
she took a strong stance on that issue. Noun attitude, posture, manner of standing Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:14
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candor
we like his childlike candor. Noun being open and honest in expression; frankness. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:17
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potent
toxin in his blood is still potent. Adjective having great power, influence, or effect. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:18
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blister
the surface of the door began to blister Verb form swellings filled with air or fluid on the surface of something Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:19
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soluble
sugar is soluble. Adjective able to be dissolved Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:20
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affliction
we should help people in affliction Noun something that causes pain or suffering Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:23
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barter
it will be paid for by a mixture of barter and cash Noun exchanging goods or services without using money Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:24
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zealous
they are zealous for reform. Adjective full of zeal Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:25
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cult
the cult has gained thousands of adherents. Noun a religious group. Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:26
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cannibal
cannibal tribes Noun a person who eats the flesh of other human beings Arts 000hank 2015.01.02 22:27
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rifle
Sally rifled through her wardrobe looking for a dress. Verb to search a place or container quickly because you are looking for something, especially something to steal Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:10
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rinse
Rinse the vegetables under a cold tap. Verb to wash clothes, dishes, vegetables etc quickly with water, especially running water, and without soap Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:11
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riot
University students rioted in protest at tuition fees. Noun if a crowd of people riot, they behave in a violent and uncontrolled way, for example by fighting the police and damaging cars or buildings Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:13
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ritual
The police issued the usual ritual apology. Adjective done in a fixed and expected way, but without real meaning or sincerity Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:14
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rivet
Many parts of an aircraft are riveted together. Noun to fasten parts together with a rivet Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:15
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roadway
An overturned bus was blocking the roadway. Noun the part of the road on which vehicles drive Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:16
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roadworks
There were roadworks on the motorway. Noun repairs that are being done to a road Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:17
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ruddy
Her face was ruddy and healthy-looking. Adjective red Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:18
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ruddy
Her face was ruddy and healthy-looking. Adjective red Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:18
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saddle
I've been saddled with organizing the whole party! Verb to make someone have a job or problem that is difficult or boring and that they do not want Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:21
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saga
The whole saga began back in May. Noun a long and complicated series of events, or a description of this Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:22
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sanction
The church refused to sanction the king's second marriage. Verb to officially accept or allow something Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:23
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sarcastic
He can't help making sarcastic comments. Adjective saying things that are the opposite of what you mean, in order to make an unkind joke or to show that you are annoyed Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:24
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saturate
Water poured through the hole and saturated the carpet. Verb to make something very wet Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:25
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saucepan
Heat the oil and garlic in a large saucepan. Noun a deep round metal container with a handle that is used for cooking Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:26
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savage
The government has announced savage cuts in spending. Adjective very severe Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:27
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scarce
Food was often scarce in the winter. Adjective if something is scarce, there is not very much of it available Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:28
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scarf
She scarfed down a bagel on her way to work. Verb to eat something very quickly Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:29
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scarlet
Eileen blushed scarlet at the joke. Adjective if you go scarlet, your face becomes red, usually because you are embarrassed or angry Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:30
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schoolboy
I must say I find his schoolboy humour rather tiresome. Adjective like a child's Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:31
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scruff
I grabbed him by the scruff of his neck and threw him out of the hall. Noun by the skin at the back of the neck Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:33
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sculpt
Johnny sculpted an old man's head out of wood. Verb to create solid objects that represent a thing, person, idea, etc. out of a material such as wood, clay, metal, or stone Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:34
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seam
She was repairing Billy's trousers, where the seam had come undone. Noun a line where two pieces of cloth, leather etc have been stitched together Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:35
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segregate
Blacks were segregated from whites in every area of life. Adjective to keep one group of people apart from another and treat them differently, especially because of race or sex Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:36
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senile
She worries about | going senile. Adjective mentally confused or behaving strangely, because of old age Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:37
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sensation
One sign of a heart attack is a tingling sensation in the left arm. Noun a feeling that you get from one of your five senses, especially the sense of touch Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:38
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sewage
Some cities in the world do not have proper facilities for the disposal of sewage. Noun waste matter such as water or human urine or solid waste Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:39
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sewer
A complicated system of sewers runs under the city. Noun a pipe or passage under the ground that carries away waste material and used water from houses, factories etc Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:47
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shear
The left wing had been almost completely sheared off. Verb if part of something shears off, or is sheared off, it suddenly becomes separated, especially after being pulled or hit with a lot of force Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:48
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shiver
She felt a shiver of apprehension. Noun a slight shaking movement of your body caused by cold or fear Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:49
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shred
Coleslaw is made with shredded cabbage. Verb to cut or tear something into small thin pieces Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:51
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shush
I wish you children would shush and let me read the paper in peace. Verb to (cause to) stop talking or making a noise Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:52
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shuttle
The passengers were shuttled to the hotel by bus. Verb to move people from one place to another place that is fairly near Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:53
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sideways
He would be moved sideways, rather than demoted. Adv if you are moved sideways at work, you are given a job that is different but is at the same level as your old job Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:54
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sideways
He would be moved sideways, rather than demoted. Adv if you are moved sideways at work, you are given a job that is different but is at the same level as your old job Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:54
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signpost
The village isn't very well signposted. Verb to be clearly or unclearly shown by signposts Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:55
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simulate
Interviews can be simulated in the classroom. Verb to make or produce something that is not real but has the appearance or feeling of being real Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:57
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siren
I heard police sirens in the distance. Noun a piece of equipment that makes very loud warning sounds, used on police cars, fire engines etc Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 2:58
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slab
They used a slab of concrete as a lid. Noun a thick flat piece of a hard material such as stone Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:00
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slant
The sun's rays slanted through the trees. Verb to slope or make something slope in a particular direction Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:01
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slate
Doherty's most recent novel has been slated by the critics. Verb to criticize a book, film etc severely, especially in a newspaper Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:02
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slum
Jeremy doesn't slum it when he goes away. Verb to spend time in conditions that are much worse than you are used to - often used humorously Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:04
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snatch
The thief snatched her purse and ran. Verb to take something away from someone with a quick, often violent, movement Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:05
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snip
I snipped the string and untied the parcel. Verb to cut something by making quick cuts with scissors Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:06
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snooker
If the council refuses our planning application, we're snookered. Verb to make it impossible for someone to do what they want to do Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:07
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sober
He's a nice guy when he's sober. Adjective not drunk Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:08
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solidarity
I come before you today to express my solidarity with the people of New York. Noun loyalty and general agreement between all the people in a group, or between different groups because they all have a shared aim Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:10
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sour
These plums are a bit sour. Adjective having a sharp, sometimes unpleasant, taste or smell, like a lemon, and not sweet Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:13
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span
Over a span of just three years, the new government has transformed the country's economic prospects. Noun the period of time that sometimes exists or happens Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:16
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spear
They catch the fish by spearing them. Verb to push or throw a spear into an animal Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:18
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spear
They catch the fish by spearing them. Verb to push or throw a spear into an animal Arts johanne1016 2015.01.02 3:18
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crackle
The campfire crackled in the night. Verb to make slight, sudden, sharp noises: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.02 5:55
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diocese
He was transferred from the Worcester diocese. Noun a district under the rule or authority of a bishop: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.02 5:57
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dissect
In biology class we had to dissect a frog. Verb to cut apart (an animal body, a plant, etc.) to examine the structure and relation of parts: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.02 5:59
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ejaculate
They leaned into the wind and seemed like one thousand-legged monster hurtling and plunging until suddenly they rose straight in their saddles and in one terrifying voice shouted, ejaculated their grotesque cry of war. Verb to eject or discharge, esp. semen, from the body: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.02 6:00
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emanate
The brook emanates from an underground spring. Verb to (cause to) flow out, issue forth, or come from: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.02 6:02
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advance
Remarkable advances have been made in space science. Noun a change, discovery, or invention that brings progress Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 7:40
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ambition
Your problem is you have no ambition. Noun determination to be successful, rich, powerful etc Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 7:43
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envy
He stared with envy at Robert's new car. Noun the feeling of wanting something that someone else has Arts MagChou 2015.01.02 7:45
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onion
There is too much onion in the salad. Noun a round white vegetable with a brown skin and many layers, that has a strong taste and smell Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 7:47
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razor
He shaved his face with a razor. Noun a sharp instrument used for removing hair, especially from a man's face Commerce MagChou 2015.01.02 7:49
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implement
Agricultural implements. Noun A tool, utensil, or other piece of equipment, especially as used for a particular purpose. Commerce yrita 2015.01.02 8:13
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entity
Church and empire were fused in a single entity. Noun A thing with distinct and independent existence. Economics yrita 2015.01.02 8:19
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endorse
The report was endorsed by the college. Verb Declare one's public approval or support of. Economics yrita 2015.01.02 8:20
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maintain
The need to maintain close links between industry and schools. Verb Cause or enable (a condition or state of affairs) to continue. Economics yrita 2015.01.02 8:21
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assortment
The room was filled with an assortment of clothes. Noun A miscellaneous collection of things or people. Economics yrita 2015.01.02 8:23
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memento
You can purchase a memento of your visit. Noun An object kept as a reminder or souvenir of a person or event. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:25
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bereave
The year after they had been bereaved. Verb Be deprived of a loved one through a profound absence, especially due to the loved one's death. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:27
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intense
The job demands intense concentration. Adjective Of extreme force, degree, or strength. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:28
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appeal
Police are appealing for information about the incident. Verb Make a serious or urgent request, typically to the public. Law yrita 2015.01.02 8:31
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strip
Thieves stripped the room of luggage. Verb Leave bare of accessories or fittings. Law yrita 2015.01.02 8:34
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brick
Mr. Hall is such a brick , that when we get back he is going to take us all in. Noun A generous, helpful, and reliable person. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:36
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dramatic
The dramatic arts. Adjective Of or relating to drama or the performance or study of drama. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:38
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influence
Social forces influence criminal behavior. Verb Have an influence on. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:40
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facility
Cooking facility. Noun Space or equipment necessary for doing something. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:41
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aim
Aim the camcorder at some suitable object. Verb Point or direct (a weapon or camera) at a target. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:42
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inculcate
The failures of the churches to inculcate a sense of moral responsibility. Verb Instill (an attitude, idea, or habit) by persistent instruction. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:43
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prompt
The owner would have died but for the prompt action of two paramedics. Adjective Done without delay; immediate. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:47
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heat
It is sensitive to both heat and cold. Noun The quality of being hot; high temperature. - Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:49
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conserve
The funds raised will help conserve endangered meadow lands. Verb protect from harm or destruction. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:49
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mascot
The squadron's mascot was a young lion cub. Noun A person that is supposed to bring good luck. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:51
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decade
He taught at the university for nearly a decade. Noun A period of ten years. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:52
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regulate
A hormone that regulates metabolism and organ function. Verb Control or maintain the rate or speed of (a machine or process) so that it operates properly. Arts yrita 2015.01.02 8:58
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revamp
An attempt to revamp the museum's image. Verb Give new and improved form, structure, or appearance to. Commerce yrita 2015.01.02 9:00
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encounter
We have encountered one small problem. Verb Unexpectedly experience or be faced with (something difficult or hostile). Arts yrita 2015.01.02 9:06
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sustain
This thought had sustained him throughout the years. Verb Strengthen or support physically or mentally. Economics yrita 2015.01.02 9:08
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decimate
disease decimate the population of that country. Verb kill, destroy, or remove a large percentage or part of Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:44
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devastation
the floods caused widespread devastation Noun great destruction or damage Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:46
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bum
he bummed around Florida for a few months Verb travel, with no particular purpose or destination Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:47
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munch
that rabbit is munching a carrot. Verb chew noisily. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:48
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avert
she averted her eyes during the more violent scenes Verb turn away (one's eyes or thoughts). Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:51
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rally
a peace rally was started in New York yesterday. Noun a large public meeting Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:55
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unilateral
it is your unilateral decision. we can't accept that! Adjective only one person, involved in a particular situation, without the agreement of the others. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:57
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capsize
a huge wave capsized that yacht. Verb turn over(boat) Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 07:58
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tiresome
it is tiresome that do same job day after day. Adjective tedious, tiring, annoying. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:00
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standoff
the standoff between management and the union of lasted for three weeks. Noun a stalemate or deadlock between two equally matched opponents in a dispute or conflict Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:02
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spray
this hair lotion can be sprayed onto wet or dry hair Verb to form a shower of tiny drops. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:06
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jackpot
won the jackpot. Noun a large cash prize in a game or lottery Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:07
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incumbent
incumbent major is trying to be elected again. Adjective holding a position currently. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:08
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premier
premier help president a lot. Noun prime minister. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:10
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incoming
the incoming president will introduce economic transform. Adjective succeeding Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:11
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woe
they had a complicated tale of woe Noun great sorrow or distress. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:13
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concurrent
there are three concurrent art fairs around the city Adjective existing, happening, or done at the same time Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:14
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refrain
she almost cried, but refrained. Verb stop oneself from doing something Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:15
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crackdown
the government is going to enforce crackdown on smugglers. Verb an action to stop illegal behavior. Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:17
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despicable
a despicable crime Adjective deserving hatred and contempt Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:20
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distort
don't distort what i said. Verb twist the original meaning of(fact). Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:21
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futile
a futile attempt to keep fans from mounting the stage. Adjective incapable of producing any useful result Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:22
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incinerate
such garbage must be incinerated at the hospital Verb destroy (something, especially waste material) by burning Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:23
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symphony
Beethoven wrote nine symphony. Noun an elaborate musical composition for full orchestra, typically in four movements, at least one of wh Arts 000hank 2015.01.03 08:25
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flounder
The graduate floundered for the first year after receiving her PhD degree, going from job to job Verb To wander about lost Arts tom 2015.01.03 11:32
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encapsulate
the company would encapsulate the asbestos waste in concrete pellets’ Verb Enclose (something) in or as if in a capsule: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.04 20:11
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exasperate
‘this futile process exasperates prison officers’ Verb Irritate intensely; infuriate: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.04 20:13
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extradite
‘Brazil refused to extradite him to Britain’ Verb Hand over (a person accused or convicted of a crime) to the jurisdiction of the foreign state in which the crime was committed: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.04 20:14
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fiddly
‘This week it's time for the details, pitfalls and fiddly bits.’ Adjective informal - - Complicated or detailed and awkward to do or use: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.04 20:16
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fondle
‘He chuckled and fondled his sword handle lovingly.’ Verb Stroke or caress lovingly or erotically: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.04 22:54
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spout
Blood was spouting from the wound in her arm. Verb if liquid or fire spouts from somewhere, it comes out very quickly in a powerful stream Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:18
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sprinkle
Sprinkle the top with cheese. Verb to scatter small drops of liquid or small pieces of something Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:20
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spur
The band were spurred on by the success of their last two singles. Verb to encourage someone or make them want to do something Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:22
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squat
He squatted down beside the little girl. Verb to sit with your knees bent under you and your bottom just off the ground, balancing on your feet Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:23
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squire
Skinner uses the plane to squire around bureaucrats. Verb to take someone places Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:29
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stereotype
The characters in the book are just stereotypes. Noun a fixed idea that people have about what someone or something is like, especially an idea that is wrong Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:32
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sterling
Everyone has made a sterling effort. Adjective of a very high standard Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:47
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stimulate
Her interest in art was stimulated by her father. Verb to encourage someone by making them excited about and interested in something Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:51
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stool
He is sitting on a bar stool. Noun a seat that has three or four legs, but no back or arms Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 09:54
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stave
She brought some fruit on the journey to stave off hunger. Verb to keep someone or something from reaching you or affecting you for a period of time Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:00
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stow
I stowed my bag under the seat. Verb to put or pack something tidily away in a space until you need it again Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:02
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straightaway
We don't have to go straightaway, do we? Adv immediately Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:04
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streak
Their longest losing streak has been three games. Noun a short period of good or bad luck Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:07
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streak
Their longest losing streak has been three games. Noun a short period of good or bad luck Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:07
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streamline
All these new cars have been streamlined. Noun to form something into a smooth shape, so that it moves easily through the air or water Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:08
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stroll
We could stroll into town if you like. Verb to walk in a slow, relaxed manner, especially for pleasure Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:09
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stump
The doctors were stumped and had to call in a specialist. Verb if you are stumped by a question or problem, you are unable to find an answer to it Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:11
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stun
Redfern stunned the crowd with a last-minute goal. Verb to surprise or upset someone so much that they do not react immediately Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:22
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subsidiary
All other issues are subsidiary to this one. Adjective connected with, but less important than something else Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:25
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subtract
If you subtract 30 from 45, you get 15. Verb to take a number or an amount from a larger number or amount Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:27
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succession
A succession of visitors came to the door. Noun a number of people or things of the same kind following, coming or happening one after the other Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:28
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suburb
Don't you get bored living out here in the suburbs? Noun an area where people live which is away from the centre of a town or city Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:28
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succumb
Succumbing to pressure from the chemical industry, Governor Blakely amended the regulations. Verb to stop opposing someone or something that is stronger than you, and allow them to take control Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:30
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suffice
A few brief observations will suffice for present purposes. Verb to be enough Arts johanne1016 2015.01.05 10:32
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bladder
How long till we get there - my bladder is bursting Noun Any container for liquid (archaic) especially in the body for urine (current) Arts tom 2015.01.05 17.13
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crowd_sourced
The website's funding had originally been crowd_sourced but later it was purchased by Google Adjective Obtained through v small contributions from v many people Arts tom 2015.01.05 17:22
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succumb
They will pressure you, and you must try not to succumb. Verb to stop trying to resist something Economics lama 2015.01.05 18:55
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erratic
His behavior is too erratic to trust. Adjective changeable in behavior or style; - unpredictable: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.05 20:17
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fret
Don't fret; things will get better. Verb to feel or express worry, annoyance, discontent, or the like: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.05 20:20
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fumble
He fumbled in his pocket for the keys. Verb to feel or grope about clumsily: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.05 20:21
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garish
They provide much needed colour at a time when many perennials and certainly most shrubs have finished, but without appearing overwhelmingly garish. Adjective overly or tastelessly colorful, showy, or elaborate: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.05 20:23
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galvanize
The news of the riots galvanized the police. Verb to startle into sudden activity: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.05 20:24
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hype
The kids were all hyped about going to Disneyland. Verb to stimulate; - excite: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.06 20:32
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inception
He's been on the TV show since its inception. - Noun beginning: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.06 20:33
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indemnity
It offered to surrender its right to exclusive trade, but asked an indemnity. Noun security against damage or loss. Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.06 20:35
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inseminate
The veterinarian inseminated the cows. Verb to put semen into (the female reproductive area) so as to make pregnant; impregnate: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.06 20:36
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insolvency
A bad debt provision has been made against a customer's debt where insolvency proceedings have recently commenced. Noun without ability to pay money to creditors. Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.06 20:38
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thrill
It was a thrill to hear him sing. Noun A feeling of excitement and pleasure Arts tom 2015.01.07 14:59
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spectacular
Among the most spectacular sights are the great sea-bird colonies. Adjective very impressive and exciting Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 04:52
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component
The repair shop sells electrical components . Noun one of several parts that together make up a whole machine or system Commerce MagChou 2015.01.09 05:09
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inflammation
Many babies develop a mild inflammation in the eyes a few days after birth. Noun swelling and soreness on or in part of your body, which is often red and hot to touch Commerce MagChou 2015.01.09 05:36
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headlong
He plunged headlong into the river. Adv falling with your head first and the rest of your body following Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 05:54
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longevity
We can not know the average longevity until we contact other civilizations. Noun the length of a person or animal's life Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 06:22
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variation
There are wide regional variations in house prices. Noun a difference or change from the usual amount or form of something Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 09:07
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fatal
Meningitis is a serious illness, fatal in some cases. Adjective resulting in someone's death Law MagChou 2015.01.09 09:13
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likelihood
If I refused, it would in all likelihood mean I'd lose my job. Noun the degree to which something can reasonably be expected to happen Law MagChou 2015.01.09 09:25
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painstaking
The picture has been cleaned with painstaking care. Adjective very careful and thorough Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 09:59
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beneath
He was standing on the bridge gazing down at the river beneath. Adv in or to a lower position Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 10:25
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legitimate
The Mafia uses legitimate business operations as a front. Adjective correct, allowable, or operating according to the law Law MagChou 2015.01.09 10:35
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dynasty
The Habsburg dynasty ruled in Austria from 1278 to 1918. Noun a family of kings or other rulers whose parents, grandparents etc have ruled the country for many years Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 10:38
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bank
Roger pushed the boat away from the bank. Noun land along the side of a river or lake Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 10:41
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depict
The book depicts him as a rather unpleasant character. Verb to describe something, especially in writing or pictures, in a way that gives a clear idea of a real situatio Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 10:50
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funerary
Their bodies had been rubbed with herbs and smoked during funerary rites. Adjective related to a funeral or a grave Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 10:57
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entrance
There were people at the entrance giving out leaflets. Noun a door, gate etc that you go through to enter a place Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:00
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unearth
They unearthed a box buried under a tree. Verb to find something after searching for it, especially something that has been buried in the ground Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:02
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shadowy
Her face was dark in this shadowy place. Adjective full of shadows, or difficult to see because of shadows Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:10
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erect
We had to sleep in hastily erected bunk beds. Verb to fix all the pieces of something together, and put it in an upright position Commerce MagChou 2015.01.09 11:14
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vegetation
There was little vegetation on the island. Noun plants in general, especially in one particular area Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:18
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ornament
She went in this morning and noticed one of the ornaments was missing. Noun an object that you keep in your house because it is beautiful rather than useful Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:20
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pharaoh
The pharaoh is Osiris, the moon bull incarnate. Noun a ruler of ancient Egypt Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:23
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monument
This monument was erected in memory of F. D. Roosevelt. Noun a building or other large structure that is built to remind people of an important event or famous person Arts MagChou 2015.01.09 11:28
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grease
His hair looked shiny with grease. Noun animal fat that is soft after being melte Commerce MagChou 2015.01.09 11:32
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haul
A truck hauled the load away. Verb to pull something heavy with a continuous, steady movement Commerce MagChou 2015.01.09 11:34
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tomb
We visited the tomb of Shakespeare. Noun a grave, especially a large one above ground Commerce MagChou 2015.01.09 11:37
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sluggish
a sluggish stream Adjective slow-moving or inactive Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:32
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ardent
an ardent baseball fan Adjective enthusiastic or passionate Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:33
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bolster
the fall in interest rates is starting to bolster confidence Verb support or strengthen; prop up Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:34
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turbulence
the plane shuddered as it entered some turbulence Noun violent or unsteady movement of air or water, or of some other fluid Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:35
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counteract
should we deliberately intervene in the climate system to counteract global warming? Verb act against (something) in order to reduce its force or neutralize it Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:36
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culminate
the tensions and disorders which culminated in World War II Verb reach a climax or point of highest development Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:37
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demise
tragic demise Noun a person's death Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:38
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bloc
a center-left voting bloc Noun a combination of countries, parties, or groups sharing a common purpose. Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:39
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chic
chic pendant dangle from his neck Adjective elegantly and stylishly fashionable Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:41
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pendant
s chic pendant dangle from her neck Noun a piece of jewelry that hangs from a chain worn around the neck Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:42
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deflect
the bullet was deflected harmlessly into the ceiling Verb cause (something) to change direction by interposing something Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:44
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disintegrate
when the missile struck, the car disintegrated in a sheet of searing flame Verb break up into small parts, typically as the result of impact or decay Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:45
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dwindle
traffic has dwindled to a trickle Verb diminish gradually in size, amount, or strength Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:46
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exposition
the exposition encompass all kind of goods Noun a large public exhibition of art or trade goods Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:47
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encompass
the exposition encompass all kind of goods Verb surround and have or hold within Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:48
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nostalgia
i was overcome with acute nostalgia Noun a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:49
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engulf
the cafe was engulfed in flames Verb to surround or cover it completely Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:50
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volley
the infantry let off a couple of volleys Noun a number of bullets, arrows, or other projectiles discharged at one time Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:51
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ensue
the difficulties that ensued from their commitment to Cuba Verb happen or occur afterward or as a result Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:52
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penal
the campaign for penal reform Noun relating to, used for, or prescribing the punishment of offenders under the legal system Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:53
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imperative
immediate action was imperative Adjective vital importance; crucial Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:54
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eradicate
this disease has been eradicated from the world Verb destroy completely; put an end to Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:55
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plausible
a plausible explanation Adjective seeming reasonable or probable Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:56
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haughty
a look of haughty disdain Adjective arrogantly superior and disdainful Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:57
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entitlement
full entitlement to fees and maintenance should be offered Noun the fact of having a right to something Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 09:59
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rebate
If you are on a low income you may be able to claim a rebate on your rent and council tax Noun a partial refund to someone who has paid too much money Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:01
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jeopardize
a devaluation of the dollar would jeopardize New York's position as a financial center Noun put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:04
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bead
beads of perspiration moistened my shirt. Noun a small piece of glass, stone, or similar material Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:06
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necessitate
the severe arthritis eventually necessitated a total hip replacement Verb make (something) necessary Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:11
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obliterate
the memory was so painful that he obliterated it from his mind Verb wipe out Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:12
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parch
a piece of grassland parched by the sun Verb make or become dry through intense heat Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:16
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jargon
stop use jargon in front of me. Noun special words or expressions that are used by a particular profession Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:17
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pertain
this letter is pertain to eighteen century literature. Verb related Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:19
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narcotic
i am addicted to narcotic. Noun a drug or other substance affecting mood or behavior Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:23
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venerable
a venerable statesman Adjective great deal of respect, especially because of age, wisdom, or character Arts 000hank 2015.01.10 10:25
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splinter
He used a needle to remove the splinter from his finger. Noun a small, thin, sharp piece of wood, bone, etc., split off from the main body: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:23
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squabble
The two sides were squabbleing over the shape of the table at the peace negotiations. Verb to quarrel about a small detail: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:24
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subliminal
They made use of subliminal advertising, in which the words 'You're thirsty'' appeared on the screen too fast to be read consciously. Adjective existing or operating below the level at which one is conscious: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:25
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surveillance
Surface forces have been used to provide defense zones around naval and merchant ship formations, air to furnish area surveillance, and mines for protection of limited areas. Noun a watch kept over someone or something, esp. over a suspect, prisoner, etc.: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:26
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synchronize
Let's synchronize our watches and meet in an hour. Verb to cause to show the agreed upon time, as one clock or watch with another: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:27
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virile
Then there was exercise, boating and hiking, which was not only good for you but also made you more virile the thought of strenuous activity left him exhausted. Noun having or exhibiting masculine strength; masculine; - manly; - characterized by a vigorous, masculine spirit. Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:29
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whirr
The sounds issuing from beyond- winches whirring, men shouting- indicated great activity and excited me. Noun a bustle or rush Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:30
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weirdo
Yes a few years ago yu were seen as a weirdo If yu were to eat brown bread. Noun an odd, strange, or abnormal person. Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:31
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acquit
The jury acquitted her of all charges. Verb to declare not guilty of a crime or offense: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:32
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arbitrate
She has been asked to arbitrate between the two sides. Verb to act or decide as arbitrator or arbiter; - decide between two sides; - determine: Arts 00nthu4017 2015.01.14 04:33
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inordinate
The professor suddenly started giving the students inordinate amounts of homework Adjective Unusual, atypical, jumping out of the typical pattern Arts tom 2015.01.14 17:08
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quip
They traded quips over a beer. Noun a clever remark Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 18:27
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motorcade
The next part of the parade was a motorcade of fire engines. Noun a group or line of cars or other vehicles that travel together Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 18:31
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affiliate
Their group does not affiliate itself with any political party. Verb to associate as a member Law mcyang 2015.01.15 18:34
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administration
She has a degree in business administration. Noun the activities that relate to running a company, school, or other organization Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 18:36
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convent
The nuns live in the convent. Noun a group of nuns who live together; also : the house or buildings they live in Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 18:40
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obstruct
A large tree obstructed the road. Verb to block (something, such as a pipe or street) so that things cannot move through easily Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 18:42
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deviation
There have been slight deviations in the satellite's orbit. Noun an action, behavior, or condition that is different from what is usual or expected Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 18:45
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synthesis
It is a philosophy that is a kind of synthesis of several schools of Western and Eastern thought Noun something that is made by combining different things (such as ideas, styles, etc.) Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 18:47
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refute
The lawyer refuted the testimony of the witness. Verb to prove that (something) is not true Law mcyang 2015.01.15 18:48
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aptitude
The new test is supposed to measure the aptitudes of the students. Noun a natural ability to do something or to learn something Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 18:50
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derange
Being stranded at night on a lonely road would derange anyone. Verb to disturb the operation or functions of Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 18:52
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axis
This is the Earth's axis of rotation Noun the imaginary straight line that something (such as the Earth) turns around Law mcyang 2015.01.15 18:54
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ommatidium
In an insect, each ommatidium in the compound eye has a corneal lens, a crystalline cone and a light-sensitive organ at its base. Noun one of the elements corresponding to a small simple eye that make up the compound eye of an arthropod Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 18:57
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strata
The lower strata of society have been hit especially hard by this economic downturn. Noun a level of society made up of people of the same rank or position Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 18:59
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lens
Make sure the lens of the microscope is clean. Noun a clear curved piece of glass or plastic used in eyeglasses, cameras, telescopes, etc., to make things look clearer, smaller, or bigger Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:00
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concerto
For a piece billed as towering, the Busoni concerto is actually pretty chatty. Noun a piece of music for one or more main instruments with an orchestra Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:02
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lineage
His Italian lineage was very important to him. Noun the people who were in someone's family in past times Law mcyang 2015.01.15 19:04
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hindrance
Is my presence here a help or a hindrance? Noun a person or thing that makes a situation difficult : a person or thing that hinders someone or something Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:05
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allay
The new advertising campaign is an attempt to allay the public's concerns about the safety of the company's products. Verb to make (something) less severe or strong Law mcyang 2015.01.15 19:07
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treaty
By contrast, Syria, Iraq, and Lebanon were merely patched together by treaty bureaucrats at around the same time—hardly a global imprimatur. Noun an official agreement that is made between two or more countries or groups Law mcyang 2015.01.15 19:13
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bureaucrat
The bureaucrats at the town hall seem to think that we need a building permit to build a tree house. Noun people who run a government or company and who does everything according to the rules of that government or conpany Law mcyang 2015.01.15 19:15
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whirlpool
The swimmer was caught in a whirlpool and nearly drowned. Noun an area of water in a river, stream, etc., that moves very fast in a circle Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:18
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matrix
The wires all crossed each other and formed a matrix. Noun something (such as a situation or a set of conditions) in which something else develops or forms Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:21
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sublimate
She sublimated her erotic feelings into a series of paintings. Verb psychology : to express a desire or feeling by changing it into a form that is socially acceptable Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:23
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audacity
He had the audacity to suggest that it was all my fault. Noun a confident and daring quality that is often seen as shocking or rude : an audacious quality Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:24
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transcendent
The star player's transcendent performance helped the team to a surprise victory. Adjective going beyond the limits of ordinary experience Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:25
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impudent
The boy was punished for his impudent behavior. Adjective failing to show proper respect and courtesy : very rude Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:27
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immaculate
She had an immaculate record of service. Adjective perfectly clean Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:28
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brass
The whole orchestra—the strings, percussion, woodwinds, and brass—began to play. Noun musical instruments (such as trumpets, trombones, and tubas) that are made of brass Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:29
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petty
My behavior was petty and stupid. I apologize. Adjective not very important or serious Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:31
457
province
They left the city for life in the provinces. Noun the parts of a country that are away from large cities Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:40
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infantry
He joined the infantry after leaving school. Noun the part of an army that has soldiers who fight on foot Law mcyang 2015.01.15 19:42
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grun
The workers were grunting with effort as they lifted the heavy furniture. Verb to make a short, low sound : to make a grunt Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:43
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coffer
Let me see what's in the household coffers and I'll get back to you about making a donation. Noun a box for holding money or other valuable things Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 19:45
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pediatrician
He is a pediatrician. Noun a doctor who treats babies and children Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:47
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avant
Readers of this very avant novel should not expect to find much in the way of traditional narrative structure. Adjective culturally or stylistically advanced Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:49
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shun
He shuns parties and social events. Verb to avoid (someone or something) Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:50
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belittle
The critic belittled the author's work. Verb to describe (someone or something) as little or unimportant Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:51
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glare
The sun glared down relentlessly. Verb to shine with a harsh, bright light - Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:52
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courtesy
They treated us with courtesy and kindness. Noun polite behavior that shows respect for other people Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:54
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virtual
The Web site provides a virtual tour of the stadium Adjective very close to being something without actually being it Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:55
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beet
I've planted carrots, parsnips, and beets in the garden. Noun a garden plant with thick leaves and a rounded red root Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:56
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uncongenial
He was being asked to support a policy that was uncongenial to him. Adjective not pleasant or enjoyable Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 19:57
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contrive
The prisoners contrived a way to escape. Verb to form or think of (a plan, method, etc.) Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:59
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contrive
The prisoners contrived a way to escape. Verb to form or think of (a plan, method, etc.) Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 19:59
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assumption
I made the assumption that he was coming, so I was surprised when he didn't show up. Noun an assuming that something is true Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 20:00
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envoy
The president sent the secretary of state as his personal envoy to gain the support of the country's allies. Noun a person who is sent by one government to represent it in dealing with another government Law mcyang 2015.01.15 20:02
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envoy
The president sent the secretary of state as his personal envoy to gain the support of the country's allies. Noun a person who is sent by one government to represent it in dealing with another government Law mcyang 2015.01.15 20:02
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scrimmage
The first play from scrimmage netted them a touchdown. Noun the point in a game at which the center passes or throws the ball to the quarterback Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 20:03
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solemnity
Her voice conveyed the solemnity of the passage. Noun the quality of being formal or serious Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 20:05
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allegation
The police are investigating allegations that the mayor has accepted bribes. Noun a statement saying that someone has done something wrong or illegal Law mcyang 2015.01.15 20:07
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grave
This violation of school rules is a grave matter. Adjective likely to produce great harm or danger Law mcyang 2015.01.15 20:09
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somber
Her death put us in a somber mood. Adjective very sad and serious Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 20:11
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resentment
She bore bitter feelings of resentment toward her ex-husband. Noun a feeling of anger or displeasure about someone or something unfair Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 20:12
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cynicism
Nothing could change her cynicism about politics. Noun beliefs that people are generally selfish and dishonest Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 20:13
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incline
She listened with her eyes closed and her head inclined. Verb to bend forward or to cause (something) to bend forward Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 20:17
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harness
The horses were harnessed to the wagon. Verb to put a harness on (an animal) Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 20:19
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crotchet
Her one crotchet is a fondness for eating cookies while soaking in the tub. Noun a peculiar trick or device Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 21:26
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tenure
During his tenure as head coach, the team won the championship twice. Noun the amount of time that a person holds a job, office, or title Law mcyang 2015.01.15 21:41
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meerkat
With the single, notable exception of the meerkats, there was not the least foreign matter on the island, organic or inorganic. Noun any of several African mongooses Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:43
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pout
She pouted her lips and stared at him angrily Verb to push out your lips to show that you are angry or annoyed or to look sexually attractive Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:44
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frown
She was frowning when she entered the room, so I knew that she was annoyed about something. Verb to make a frown in anger, concentration Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:45
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grimace
The patient made a painful grimace as the doctor examined his wound. Noun a facial expression in which your mouth and face are twisted in a way that shows disgust, disapproval, or pain Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:46
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tardy
She was tardy to work. Adjective arriving or doing something late Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 21:47
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cunning
She was cunning enough to fool me. Adjective getting what is wanted in a clever and often deceptive way Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:49
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finesse
She handled the interview questions with finesse. Noun skill and cleverness that is shown in the way someone deals with a situation, problem Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:51
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ample
They had ample money for the trip. Adjective having or providing enough or more than enough of what is needed Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 21:52
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pinnacle
A singer has reached the pinnacle of success. Noun the best or most important part of something : the point of greatest success or achievement Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:54
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incarnation
She is the very incarnation of grace and tactfulness. Noun one of a series of lives that a person is believed to have had in the past in some religions Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:55
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perplex
Questions about the meaning of life have always perplexed humankind. Verb to confuse (someone) very much Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 21:57
497
insensate
The insensate boss refuses to allow time off for funerals. Adjective lacking sense or understanding Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 21:57
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impassive
Her face remained impassive throughout the trial. Adjective not showing emotion Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 21:59
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scarcely
He could scarcely control his joy. Adv almost not at al Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:00
500
diesel
Does your car take diesel or gasoline? Noun a vehicle (such as a truck or bus) that has a diesel engine Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:02
501
tactical
They gained a tactical advantage by joining with one of their competitors. Adjective of, relating to, or used for a specific plan that is created to achieve a particular goal in war, politics Law mcyang 2015.01.15 22:04
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formidable
The mountains were a formidable barrier. Adjective very powerful or strong : deserving serious attention and respect Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:06
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deception
She accuses the company of willful deception in its advertising. Noun the act of making someone believe something that is not true : the act of deceiving someone Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:08
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morose
He became morose and withdrawn and would not talk to anyone. Adjective very serious, unhappy, and quiet Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:09
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endeavor
The school endeavors to teach students to be good citizens. Verb to seriously or continually try to do (something) Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:10
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ordeal
The hikers were finally rescued after a three-day ordeal in the wilderness. Noun an experience that is very unpleasant or difficult Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:11
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moderate
Her doctor recommended moderate exercise. Adjective average in size or amount : neither too much nor too little Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:13
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presiding
Court is now in session, Justice Raul Fernandez presiding. Verb to be in charge of something (such as a trial) Law mcyang 2015.01.15 22:15
509
convulsive
After a day of convulsive trading, the stock market was down 300 points. Adjective involving or causing a sudden violent shaking of the muscles in your body that you are unable to control Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 22:17
510
tread
Don't tread on the grass. Verb to walk on or along (something) Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:18
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accord
He was accorded certain favors because of his age. Verb to give (something, such as special treatment or status) to someone or something Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:20
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inclination
She shows no inclination to give in to their demands. Noun a feeling of wanting to do something : a tendency to do something - Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:22
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squire
Her father squired her to the dance to make sure she got there all right. Verb escort Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:24
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inquisitor
He had to answer his inquisitors' questions or be thrown out of school. Noun a person who asks many difficult questions in a harsh or unkind way Law mcyang 2015.01.15 22:26
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vigilante
The danger of these self-appointed vigilantes is that they sometimes go after innocent people. Noun a person who is not a police officer but who tries to catch and punish criminals Law mcyang 2015.01.15 22:27
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linger
The tourists didn't linger very long. Verb to stay somewhere beyond the usual or expected time Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:29
517
discourse
He likes to engage in lively discourse with his visitors. Noun the use of words to exchange thoughts and ideas Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:30
518
amendment
The article as written requires only one factual amendment Noun a change in the words or meaning of a law or document (such as a constitution) Law mcyang 2015.01.15 22:32
519
throng
He grabbed a megaphone and addressed the vast throng. Noun a large group of people Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:34
520
coordinate
You'll have to coordinate with the sales department. Verb to make arrangements so that two or more people or groups of people can work together properly and well Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:35
521
precarious
He earned a precarious livelihood by gambling. Adjective not safe, strong, or steady Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:36
522
precipitate
Her death precipitated a family crisis. Verb to cause (something) to happen quickly or suddenly Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 22:38
523
fester
His wounds festered for days before he got medical attention. Verb to become painful and infected Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:39
524
shrivel
Plants shrivel in the heat. Verb to become dry and wrinkled from heat, cold, or old age Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:41
525
flicker
A TV was flickering in the background. Verb to burn or glow in an unsteady way : to produce an unsteady light Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 22:42
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recoil
We recoiled in horror at the sight of his wounded arm. Verb to quickly move away from something that is shocking, frightening, or disgusting : to react to something with shock or fear Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 22:44
527
ardent
He is an ardent science-fiction fan who has read virtually all of his favorite author's many works. Adjective having or showing very strong feelings Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 23:03
528
brine
The chicken was soaked in brine before it was roasted. Noun a mixture of salty water used especially to preserve or add flavor to food Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 23:05
529
swell
Her broken ankle swelled badly. Verb to become larger than norma Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 23:06
530
cavalry
Cavalry is used to perform reconnaissance. Noun the part of an army that in the past had soldiers who rode horses and that now has soldiers who ride in vehicles or helicopters Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:08
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epidemic
The little girl's giggles were epidemic, and soon the entire gathering was laughing. Adjective affecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large number of individuals within a population, community, or region at the same time Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 23:10
532
lucrative
The business has proved to be highly lucrative. Adjective producing money or wealth Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 23:11
533
irreverence
Certain sects of Islam consider a woman showing her face in public to be a gross irreverence. Noun lack of reverence Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:13
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irreverence
Certain sects of Islam consider a woman showing her face in public to be a gross irreverence. Noun lack of reverence Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:13
535
reverence
Her poems are treated with reverence by other poets. Noun honor or respect that is felt for or shown to (someone or something) Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:14
536
malicious
The neighborhood chatterbox has again been spreading malicious gossip. Adjective having or showing a desire to cause harm to another person : having or showing malice Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 23:16
537
halt
They put a halt to the rumors. Noun the stopping or ending of movement, progress, or action Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:18
538
probe
The FBI probe did not produce any new evidence. Noun a careful examination or investigation of something Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:19
539
preliminary
This is a meeting to discuss seating arrangements that was merely a preliminary to the formal negotiating sessions. Noun something that comes first in order to prepare for or introduce the main part of something else Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 23:28
540
entitlemen
He is a celebrity who have an arrogant sense of entitlement. Noun the condition of having a right to have, do, or get something Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:30
541
feign
I would never feign illness just to get out of a test. Verb to pretend to feel or be affected by (something) Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 23:32
542
caveat
His investment advice comes with a caveat: that the stock market is impossible to predict with absolute accuracy. Noun an explanation or warning that should be remembered when you are doing or thinking about something Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:35
543
suave
The suave gentleman was a great favorite of the elegant ladies who attended parties at the embassy. Adjective behaving in a relaxed, confident, and pleasant way in social situations Arts mcyang 2015.01.15 23:38
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pretentious
The houses in the neighborhood are large and pretentious. Adjective having or showing the unpleasant quality of people who want to be regarded as more impressive, successful, or important than they really are Commerce mcyang 2015.01.15 23:40
545
baron
He is a media baron who owns newspapers, television and radio stations, and even several cable networks Noun a man who is a member of various ranks of nobility in other countries Law mcyang 2015.01.15 23:41
546
magnate
A studio magnate who the biggest stars in Hollywood at his beck and call. Noun a person who has great wealth and power in a particular business or industry Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 23:42
547
computation
The solution required a series of computations. Noun the act or process of computing or calculating something Economics mcyang 2015.01.15 23:44
548
porch
the north porch of Hereford Cathedral Noun A covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:11
549
press
he pressed his face to the glass Verb Move or cause to move into a position of contact with something by exerting continuous physical force Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:12
550
brush
a shaving brush Noun An implement with a handle and a block of bristles, hair, or wire, used especially for cleaning, applying a liquid or powder to a surface, or arranging the hair Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:12
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faint
the faint murmur of voices Noun (Of a sight, smell, or sound) barely perceptible Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:13
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dash
I dashed into the garden Noun Run or travel somewhere in a great hurry Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:14
553
muffle
everyone was muffled up in coats and scarves Noun Wrap or cover for warmth Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:15
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gasp
a woman gasped in horror at the sight of him Noun Catch one’s breath with an open mouth, owing to pain or astonishment Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:16
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chase
police chased the stolen car through the city Noun Pursue in order to catch or catch up with Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:16
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tray
they ate supper off a tray in front of the fire Noun A flat, shallow container with a raised rim, typically used for carrying food and drink, or for holding small items or loose material Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:18
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crouch
we crouched down in the trench Noun Adopt a position where the knees are bent and the upper body is brought forward and down, typically in order to avoid detection or to defend oneself Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:20
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stem
Both the blue and the yellow have the classic, satiny translucent petals of the poppy tribe, both, characteristically, are held on wiry stems above the parent plant. Noun The main body or stalk of a plant or shrub, typically rising above ground but occasionally subterranean. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:20
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stem
Both the blue and the yellow have the classic, satiny translucent petals of the poppy tribe, both, characteristically, are held on wiry stems above the parent plant. Noun The main body or stalk of a plant or shrub, typically rising above ground but occasionally subterranean. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:20
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crouch
we crouched down in the trench Noun Adopt a position where the knees are bent and the upper body is brought forward and down, typically in order to avoid detection or to defend oneself Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:20
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blaze
twenty firemen fought the blaze Noun A very large or fiercely burning fire Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:21
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peal
the bell rang again, a long, loud peal Noun A loud ringing of a bell or bells Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:22
563
supervise
the sergeant left to supervise the loading of the lorries Noun Observe and direct the execution of (a task or activity) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:23
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turban
It is difficult for us to see any reason why a Jew may not wear his yarmulke in court or a Sikh his turban. Noun A man’s head covering consisting of a long length of material wound around a cap or the head, worn especially by Sikhs and Muslims. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:24
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petticoat
At the bottom of the trunk she found a set of white undergarments including lacy petticoats and a full corseted bodice. Noun A woman’s light, loose undergarment hanging from the shoulders or the waist, worn under a skirt or dress. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:24
566
lanky
He is lanky and a brilliant artist as well as being excellent at crosswords. Noun ungracefully thin and tall. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:25
567
straw
This unique facility will be constructed with natural materials - plastered straw bale walls with a turf roof. Noun Dried stalks of grain, used especially as fodder or as material for thatching, packing, or weaving Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:26
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curl
her fingers curled round the microphone Noun Form or cause to form into a curved or spiral shape Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:27
569
marquee
Organisers are planning to have lots of stalls and attractions - and are desperate for donations of tents and marquees to provide shelter for these. Noun chiefly British A large tent used for social or commercial functions. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:28
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excuse
he did nothing to hide or excuse Jacob’s cruelty Noun Seek to lessen the blame attaching to (a fault or offence); try to justify Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:29
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sheet
Sleeping blankets and covers, sheets and quilts have been made - with the children's assistance. Noun A large rectangular piece of cotton or other fabric, used on a bed to cover the mattress and as a layer beneath blankets when these are used. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:30
572
lass
he married a lass from Yorkshire Noun A girl or young woman Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:31
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dusky
dusky red Noun Darkish in colour Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:32
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crutch
It's difficult to understand why so many crutches, white sticks and wheelchairs remain unclaimed. Noun A long stick with a crosspiece at the top, used as a support under the armpit by a lame person. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:33
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shawl
Gypsy and ethnic references appear in a number of outfits including Spanish style poncho skirts, shawls and classic Native American dresses. Noun A piece of fabric worn by women over the shoulders or head or wrapped round a baby. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:33
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crab
Without warning the stalks supporting the crab's beady black eyes shoot straight up at me. Noun A crustacean, found chiefly on seashores, with a broad carapace, stalked eyes, and five pairs of legs, the first pair of which are modified as pincers. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:34
577
knot
tie a knot at the end of the cord Noun A fastening made by looping a piece of string, rope, or something similar on itself and tightening it: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:35
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frock
her new party frock Noun A woman’s or girl’s dress Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:35
579
flick
Ursula flicked some ash off her sleeve Noun Strike or propel (something) with a sudden quick movement of the fingers: - Max flicked his bow tie Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:36
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stave
It's like a workshop in Hades - you feel the heat from barrels set over open fires in the floor and hear the piercing din of hammers on steel as hoops are pounded onto staves. Noun A vertical wooden post or plank in a building or other structure. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:37
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cluster
clusters of creamy-white flowers Noun A group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:40
582
gleam
light gleamed on the china cats Noun hine brightly, especially with reflected light: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:41
583
matey
a matey grin Noun Familiar and friendly; sociable Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:42
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pinch
she pinched his cheek Noun Grip (something, typically a person’s flesh) tightly and sharply between finger and thumb Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:42
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despise
he despised himself for being selfish Noun Feel contempt or a deep repugnance for Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:44
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chap
his skin is very dry and chaps easily Noun (Of the skin) become cracked, rough, or sore, typically through exposure to cold weather Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:44
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hammer
Grip pressure should be firm but not tight - about the way you would grip a hammer's handle while driving nails. Noun A tool with a heavy metal head mounted at right angles at the end of a handle, used for jobs such as breaking things and driving in nails. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:46
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loop
make a loop in the twine Noun A shape produced by a curve that bends round and crosses itself Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:47
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tumultuous
tumultuous applause Noun Making an uproar or loud, confused noise Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:48
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dismiss
she dismissed the taxi at the corner of the road Noun Order or allow to leave; send away Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:49
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exalt
the party will continue to exalt their hero Noun Think or speak very highly of (someone or something) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:49
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dull
your diet doesn’t have to be dull and boring Noun Lacking interest or excitement Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:50
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roomy
the cabin is roomy and well planned Noun (Especially of accommodation) having plenty of room; spacious Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:51
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pulse
the doctor found a faint pulse Noun A rhythmical throbbing of the arteries as blood is propelled through them, typically as felt in the wrists or neck Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:51
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impose
the decision was theirs and was not imposed on them by others Noun Force (an unwelcome decision or ruling) on someone: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:53
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compose
he composed the First Violin Sonata four years earlier Noun Write or create (a work of art, especially music or poetry) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:54
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shudder
she still shuddered at the thought of him Noun (Of a person) tremble convulsively, typically as a result of fear or revulsion Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:54
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extravagant
it was rather extravagant to buy both Noun Lacking restraint in spending money or using resources Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:56
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swarm
a swarm of locusts Noun A large or dense group of flying insects Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:57
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chimney
a coal fire thrust yellow flames up the chimney Noun A vertical channel or pipe which conducts smoke and combustion gases up from a fire or furnace and typically through the roof of a building Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:58
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plum
He would discover in his own way the lacy texture of a cantaloupe or the dusky purple of a ripe plum. Noun An oval fleshy fruit which is purple, reddish, or yellow when ripe and contains a flattish pointed stone. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:59
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stud
The shape of the headrest follows Zulu style, but brightly coloured plastics, insulation tape and metal studs decorate the core. Noun A large-headed piece of metal that pierces and projects from a surface, especially for decoration. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 02:59
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knob
After the glue has hardened, rub fine-grain sandpaper across the surface of both knobs, making their surfaces smooth. Noun A rounded lump or ball, especially at the end or on the surface of something Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:02
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sordid
Fortunately for him, he will not be contemplating his sad and sordid crime from the inside of a prison cell. Noun Involving immoral or dishonourable actions and motives; arousing moral distaste and contempt: - the story paints a sordid picture of bribes and scams Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:03
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cobbler
He also worked as a master cobbler, mending shoes. Noun A person whose job is mending shoes. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:04
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rip
a fan tried to rip his trousers off during a show Noun Tear or pull (something) quickly or forcibly away from something or someone: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:05
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tactles
He's tactless and lacks judgment but he's irresistible just the same. Noun Having or showing a lack of skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues: - a tactless remark Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:06
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quell
extra police were called to quell the disturbance Noun Put an end to (a rebellion or other disorder), typically by the use of force: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:07
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quell
extra police were called to quell the disturbance Noun Put an end to (a rebellion or other disorder), typically by the use of force: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:07
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disturbance
a helicopter landing can cause disturbance to residents Noun ] The interruption of a settled and peaceful condition: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:08
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fitness
disease and lack of fitness are closely related Noun The condition of being physically fit and healthy: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:09
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instant
the offence justified instant dismissal Noun Happening or coming immediately Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:10
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rapture
Leonora listened with rapture Noun A feeling of intense pleasure or joy Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:11
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rapture
Leonora listened with rapture Noun A feeling of intense pleasure or joy Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:11
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convict
her former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her Noun Declare (someone) to be guilty of a criminal offence by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:17
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verdict
the jury returned a verdict of not guilty Noun her former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:18
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inflation
the inflation of a balloon Noun The action of inflating something or the condition of being inflated Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:19
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postulate
his theory postulated a rotatory movement for hurricanes Noun Suggest or assume the existence, fact, or truth of (something) as a basis for reasoning, discussion, or belief: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 03:20
619
chain
he slid the bolts on the front door and put the safety chain across Noun A series of linked metal rings used for fastening or securing something, or for pulling loads Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 04:57
620
buggy
a golf buggy Noun A small motor vehicle, typically with an open top: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 04:58
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apron
a striped butcher’s apron Noun A protective garment worn over the front of one’s clothes and tied at the back Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 04:58
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intent
with alarm she realized his intent Noun Intention or purpose: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 04:59
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pendulum
If I then release the weight the pendulum begins to swing. Noun A weight hung from a fixed point so that it can swing freely, especially a rod with a weight at the end that regulates the mechanism of a clock. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 04:59
624
poignant
He learned the importance of honest in this poignant experience. Adjective making one feels painful, sad and sharply distressing Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 04:59
625
ringlet
her hair fell loose in ringlets Noun A lock of hair hanging in a corkscrew-shaped curl: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:00
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ringlet
her hair fell loose in ringlets Noun A lock of hair hanging in a corkscrew-shaped curl: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:00
627
buffoon
The children burst into laughter when the buffoon stumbled and fell down. Noun a person who amuses others by funny, ridiculous, odd behaviors or jokes Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:00
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intimate
The interesting stories of his childhood intimated the party. Verb to give energy to something, make something alive Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:01
629
bleach
a new formula to bleach and brighten clothing Noun Cause (a material such as cloth, paper, or hair) to become white or much lighter by a chemical process or by exposure to sunlight: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:01
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markedly
The adjustment markedly improved the efficiency of the producing process. Adjective very clear, easy to be recognize and distinguished Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:02
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ravine
I can hide from the patrols, using ravines and deep gorges. Noun A deep, narrow gorge with steep sides. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:02
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differentiate
The diseases are too similar and even the doctors can’t differentiate the two of them. Verb to express, recognize, make the differences between things or people Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:03
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utterly
he looked utterly ridiculous Noun Completely and without qualification; absolutely: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:03
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integral
Every one’s participation is integral if we want to complete this mission. Adjective being an essential, necessary part of something Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:04
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incline
he was inclined to accept the offer Noun (usually be inclined to/towards/to do something) Be favourably disposed towards or willing to do something: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:04
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rag
a piece of rag Noun A piece of old cloth, especially one torn from a larger piece, used typically for cleaning things: - he wiped his hands on an oily rag Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:04
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culprit
High cost and low efficiency is the main culprits of this business failure. Noun the reason, cause of something Economics vera1483 2015.01.16 05:05
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obstinate
her obstinate determination to pursue a career in radio Noun Stubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:05
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probiotic
He started to study probiotic in college and now is an expert in this field. Noun a kind of harmless bacterium that helps to protect and improve human’s health Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:06
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nickel
Here we have ten coins: pennies, nickels, and dimes. Noun A silvery-white metal, the chemical element of atomic number 28. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:06
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lean
He changes his diet habit and only eats lean meat, vegetables and fruits. Adjective thin and without any fat or not rich, abundant and having little interest Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:06
642
deplete
The 5-hour-long surgery depleted both the doctor’s and the patient’s energy greatly. Verb to reduce, exhaust, use up the amount of resources, energy Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:07
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windmill
n the past windmills were used to grind corn into flour. Noun A building with sails or vanes that turn in the wind and generate power to grind corn into flour. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:07
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tap
the air-supply tap Noun A device by which a flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or container can be controlled: - she turned the cold tap on Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:08
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committed
She is committed in creating a better learning environment for children. Adjective to work very hard in doing something Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:08
646
behalf
he campaigned on behalf of the wrongly convicted four Noun In the interests of a person, group, or principle: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:09
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mindful
She is always mindful when traveling alone in other countries. Adjective keep being aware or remembering something Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:09
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philanthropic
they receive financial support from philanthropic bodies Noun seeking to promote the welfare of others; generous and benevolent: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:10
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seamlessly
He seamlessly accomplished all the tasks in a short time. Adv doing things smoothly and continually, without any disconnection Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:10
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prioritize
Prioritize all the works you have to do can easily improve efficiency and save time. Verb to order and deal with things according to their importance Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:11
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promote
some regulation is still required to promote competition Noun Support or actively encourage (a cause, venture, etc.); further the progress of: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:11
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competition
there is fierce competition between banks Noun The activity or condition of striving to gain or win something by defeating or establishing superiority over others: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:12
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veteran
When I encounter difficulties in work, I always turn to my manager who is veteran and willing to share her thoughts. Adjective with lots of experiences or be used for a long time Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 05:12
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independence
Argentina gained independence from Spain in 1816 Noun he fact or state of being independent: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:13
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usefulness
faults that affect the book’s usefulness Noun The quality or fact of being useful Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:14
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indelible
an indelible marker pen Noun (Of ink or a pen) making marks that cannot be removed Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:15
657
plight
we must direct our efforts towards relieving the plight of children living in poverty Noun A dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:16
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jolt
a surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forwards Noun Push or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughl Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:16
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roughly
the man picked me up roughly Noun In a manner lacking gentleness; harshly or violently: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:17
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temerity
no one had the temerity to question his conclusions Noun Excessive confidence or boldness; audacity Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:19
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condole
the priest came to condole with Madeleine Noun Express sympathy for (someone); grieve with: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:19
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audacity
he whistled at the sheer audacity of the plan Noun A willingness to take bold risks: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:20
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postal
postal services Noun Relating to the post Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:21
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discard
Hilary bundled up the clothes she had discarded Noun Get rid of (someone or something) as no longer useful or desirable: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:22
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expiate
their sins must be expiated by sacrifice Noun Make amends or reparation for (guilt or wrongdoing) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:24
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debt
I paid off my debts Noun A sum of money that is owed or due Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:25
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remit
the excess of the sentence over 12 months was remitted Noun Cancel or refrain from exacting or inflicting (a debt or punishment) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:25
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favour
training is looked upon with favour by many employers Noun pproval, support, or liking for someone or something: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:26
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preferential
preferential interest rates may be offered to employees Noun Of or involving preference or partiality; constituting a favour or privilege Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:27
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constitute
lone parents constitute a great proportion of the poor Noun Be (a part) of a whole Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:27
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inhabit
a bird that inhabits North America Noun (Of a person, animal, or group) live in or occupy (a place or environment) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:28
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constitute
lone parents constitute a great proportion of the poor Noun Be (a part) of a whole Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:28
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environment
survival in an often hostile environment Noun The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:29
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pesticide
Once volatilized, a pesticide can move in air currents away from the treated surface. Noun A substance used for destroying insects or other organisms harmful to cultivated plants or to animals. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:30
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cultivated
he was a remarkably cultivated and educated man Noun Refined and well educated Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:31
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impurity
a struggle to rid the soul of sin and impurity Noun The state or quality of being impure: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:32
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refine
sugar was refined by boiling it in huge iron vats Noun Remove impurities or unwanted elements from (a substance), typically as part of an industrial process: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:32
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semiconductor
Excitons are created in semiconductors when a laser field promotes an electron from the valance band to the conduction band. Noun A solid substance that has a conductivity between that of an insulator and that of most metals, either due to the addition of an impurity or because of temperature effects. Devices made of semiconductors, notably silicon, are essential components of most electronic circuits. Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:33
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manifest
her manifest charm and proven ability Noun Clear or obvious to the eye or mind Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:35
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demonstrate
their shameful silence demonstrates their ineptitude - Noun Clearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:35
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reject
union negotiators rejected a 1.5 per cent pay award Noun Dismiss as inadequate, unacceptable, or faulty Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:37
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explanation
the birth rate is central to any explanation of population trends Noun A statement or account that makes something clear Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:37
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concert
a pop concert Noun A musical performance given in public, typically by several performers or of several compositions: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:38
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composition
the social composition of villages Noun e nature of something’s ingredients or constituents; the way in which a whole or mixture is made up: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:39
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mineral
it identifies the mineral or compound present Noun A solid, naturally occurring inorganic substance: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:40
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dependent
the various benefits will be dependent on length of service Noun (dependent on/upon) Contingent on or determined by Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:42
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subordinate
his subordinate officers Noun Lower in rank or position Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:43
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obedience
children were taught to show their parents obedience Noun Compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another’s authority Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:44
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authority
he had absolute authority over his subordinates Noun The power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:44
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submission
they were forced into submission Noun The action of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person: Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:45
691
yield
the land yields grapes and tobacco Noun Produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product) Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:46
692
investment
a debate over private investment in road-building - Noun The action or process of investing money for profit Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:47
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profitable
a professionally run and profitable company Noun (Of a business or activity) yielding profit or financial gain Arts Christine1103 2015.01.16 05:48
694
jock
The jock is especially enthusiastic about tennis. Noun a person who is extremely enthusiastic about sport Arts satalin 2015.01.16 09:07
695
unleash
At worst, nuclear war could be unleashed. Verb to release suddenly a strong, uncontrollable and usually destructive force Arts satalin 2015.01.16 09:09
696
gracious
Be gracious and patient to people who are disabled. Adjective behaving in a pleasant, polite, calm way Arts satalin 2015.01.16 09:11
697
diminish
Her new interest in computer diminished her passion for history. Verb to reduce or be reduced in size or importance Arts satalin 2015.01.16 09:14
698
concession
It was the final concession given by our boss that ended our tension between that company. Noun something which is allowed or given up, often in order to end a disagreement, or the act of allowing or giving this Economics satalin 2015.01.16 09:28
699
suburban
He likes living in suburban area. Noun relating to a suburb Arts satalin 2015.01.16 09:32
700
sector
My best friend and I work in different sectors of this company. Noun a distinct area, part, section of an area or activity Economics vera1483 2015.01.16 10:54
701
seminar
We chose her as the leader of our seminar since she was smart and energetic. Noun a group of college students and a teacher that study or discuss a particular subject Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 10:54
702
slippery
Be aware of Jack, people say that he is slippery and selfish. Adjective cannot be trusted, have to be careful with and not reliable Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 10:55
703
slack
We can barely see tourists on the streets in the slack season. Adjective not tight, intense or not busy and having less business activity Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 10:55
704
shorthand
After learning some ways of shorthand, he can grab all the information completely in seconds. Noun a fast writing way that uses special signs to represent letters, words, phrases in a short time Arts vera1483 2015.01.16 10:55
705
megalomania
Wearing a Napoleon hat reflected his growing megalomania Noun A false belief (mania) in his own greatness (mega) Arts tom 2015.01.16 16:42
706
computational
We discussed computational linguistics in class tonight. Adjective involving the calculation of answers, amounts, results Arts daisy 2015.01.21 21:21
707
serendipitous
It was a serendipitous discovery Noun Characterized by happy luck without really trying (from serendipity) Arts tom 2015.01.21 22:00
708
claustrophobic
That small hotel room made me feel claustrophobic Noun Fear of small spaces Arts tom 2015.01.21 22:03
709
scrumptious
The MacDonald's burger looked totally scrumptious Adjective Delicious Arts tom 2015.01.21 22:07
710
strident
Are the protesters' voices becoming a touch strident? Adjective Screechy, grating, high-pitched Arts tom 2015.01.21 22:11
711
remote
Pass me the remote - this program is terrible Noun Distance control of television or other device Arts tom 2015.01.21 22:17
712
potter
He likes to potter around in his garden shed on the weekend Noun Engage in small or inconsequential activities Arts tom 2015.01.21 22:24
713
slip
He slipped on ice and broke his wrist Noun To fall through lack of the expected friction underfoot Arts tom 2015.01.24 13:50
714
slipper
She had the smallest slipper at the prince's ball Noun A small shoe, often for going to bed Arts tom 2015.01.24 16:43
715
sterile
This sterile discussion should end Noun Absolutely clean, to the point that nothing bad OR GOOD can grow Arts tom 2015.01.24 17:01
716
slab
They laid the carcass out on a slab Noun Flat stone or cement surface Arts tom 2015.01.24 17:16
717
vertigo
The climber had a sudden feeling of vertigo Noun Dizziness, imbalance, fear of falling Arts tom 2015.01.24 17:33
718
puny
His puny arms were nonetheless capable of mighty feats Noun Weak looking, skinny Arts tom 2015.01.24 18:01
719
supercilious
The boss had adopted a supercilious attitude toward the workforce. Adjective Arrogant, haughty, looking down on (from raised [super] eyebrow [cilium]) Arts tom 2015.01.26 12:38
720
savvy
tech-savvy students Adjective shrewdly intelligent; canny Arts fanny 2015.01.29 04:29
721
bang
The police banged on the door. - She banged the table with her fists Verb to strike violently or noisily; Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:34
722
avoid
A low-fat diet can help you avoid a heart attack Verb to keep away from Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:35
723
demolish
They are going to demolish the old apartment building where I grew up. Adjective to destroy or tear down (a building): - Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:36
724
explode
The terrorists exploded the bomb. Verb to (cause to) burst violently: Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:37
725
flatten
The bulldozer flattened the barn. Verb to (cause to) become flat: Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:39
726
flee
They tried to flee to a safe country. Verb to run away (from) Arts Genie 2015.02.05 01:40
727
roar
The crowd roared its approval. Verb to make a loud noise Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:42
728
scramble
The boyscrambled quickly up the hill. Verb to climb using one's hands and feet, as up or down a hill: Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:43
729
shatter
The glass shattered when it hit the floor. Verb to (cause to) be broken into pieces, as by a blow: Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:44
730
subside
By dawn the storm had subsided. Verb to become quiet, less active, or less violent: Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:45
731
swirl
The water swirled down the drain. Verb to move around or along with a whirling motion Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:46
732
rumble
The thunder rumbled in the distance. His stomach rumbled from hunger. Verb to make a deep, rolling and continuous sound, such as thunder: Arts Reda_MBJ 2015.02.05 01:47
733
judiciary
Patrick Leahy of Vermont, who chairs the Judiciary Committee that will conduct Sotomayor's confirmation hearing. Noun the part of government that consists of all the judges and courts in a country. Law xxx 2015.02.23 20:58
734
compensation
Compensation system is a blank area of law in China. Noun money that someone receives because something bad has happened to them Law xxx 2015.02.23 21:00
735
compensation
Compensation system is a blank area of law in China. Noun money that someone receives because something bad has happened to them Law Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:02
736
judiciary
Some of them had held positions in the judiciary or local government Noun the part of government that consists of all the judges and courts in a country. Law Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:03
737
faulty
We only have one used device, with the other set as faulty. Noun not working correctly or made correctly Arts Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:05
738
invasion
This to me is an invasion of my space and time. Noun a situation in which a large number of people or things come to a place at the same time, especially in an annoying way Arts Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:06
739
dissension
If we enter a room where several people are angry and upset, we can feel that dissension even if nobody is saying anything right then. Noun strong disagreement about something, especially within a group of people Arts Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:08
740
immoral
Some say what he is doing is immoral. Adjective morally wrong Arts Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:09
741
hazardous
It is also “green, in the sense that it does not produce any hazardous waste. Adjective dangerous, especially to people’s health or safety Arts Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:11
742
recurrence
If you have a recurrence, talk to your doctor about getting a new biopsy before settling on treatment. Noun an occasion when something happens again Arts Eric_Huang 2015.02.23 21:12
743
converse
Children converse on social networks. Verb To engage in conversation. Arts christine_bou 2015.02.26 03:28
744
skill
Social skills are important in conversations. Noun the knowledge or ability to do something well Arts christine_bou 2015.02.26 03:31
745
abolish
The government wanted to abolish slavery because it wanted to treat all people as equal. Verb to stop or remove a law or practice Law SCTania 2015.03.06 14:39
746
hyper
The kids were all hyper after eating all the Easter Candy. Verb hy•per1 /'ha?p?/ - adj. [Informal.] - overexcited; - keyed up: - acting hyper after staying inside for five days. - overly concerned about something: Arts Jason 2015.03.08 08:52
747
probe
a unique effort within the government to probe how a people's language reveals their mindset. Verb to search into or question closely Arts duckyl 2015.03.09 16:04
748
solicitation
... an open solicitation for researchers released last week. Noun to ask (someone) for something Arts duckyl 2015.03.09 16:06
749
frilly
but that is because metaphors studies aren't light or frilly and IARPA... Adjective something desirable but not essential Arts duckyl 2015.03.09 16:08
750
embedded
the participants were influenced by the embedded metaphor... Verb to fix or put (something) firmly into a surrounding mass: to embed stones in cement Arts duckyl 2015.03.09 16:11
751
tremendous
... and decode the tremendous amounts of data... Adjective Very great in size, amount, or intensity Arts duckyl 2015.03.09 16:15
752
pros_and_cons
We need to look at the pros_and_cons of each system. Noun The advantages and disadvantages of something Arts Jonathan 2015.03.09 17:02
753
abdominal
I have abdominal muscles. Noun the muscles of the abdomen Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.10 09:28
754
eliminate
The professor told us that we had to eliminate all errors from our manuscript. Verb to get rid of something that is not wanted or needed Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.10 09:31
755
abandon
Between 1931 and 1936 all nations abandoned the gold standard. Verb To leave completely and finally. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.10 09:31
756
diverse
There are many people from diverse cultures in Canada Adv If a group or range of things is diverse, it is made up of a wide variety of things. Arts 0000SCKevin 2015.03.10 09:32
757
demonstrate
All the people on the road demonstrate for cutting the new tax. Verb take part in a public meeting or march, usually as a protest or to show support for sth Law 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.10 09:32
758
brave
I'm brave today Adjective possessing or exhibiting courage or courageous endurance. Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.10 09:32
759
recession
The recession is not expected to abate until year's end. Noun a period of reduced economic activity Economics 0000SCJake 2015.03.10 09:33
760
licence
I got my driving licence last week Noun a legal document giving official permission to do something Law 0000SCROWAA 2015.03.10 09:33
761
eliminate
The professor told us that we had to eliminate all errors from our manuscript. Verb to get rid of something that is not wanted or needed Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.10 09:33
762
embed
He embeds a diamond in his masterpiece, which is an exquisite ring. Verb Fix or set securely or deeply. Arts 000SC_Song 2015.03.10 09:34
763
odour
Ants can use odour organ to find their food which is deep under the soil. Noun the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form Arts 0000SCIsa 2015.03.10 09:34
764
jargon
I don't like such as the technical jargon. Noun words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group of people, and are difficult for others to understand Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 09:34
765
obsession
I am getting obsession on that girl who I met from internet even if I haven't met her. Noun an unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.10 09:34
766
protocol
We need to sigh the contract or protocol before running a business together. Noun Rules determining the format; a code of correct conduct Arts 0000SCCHARLES 2015.03.10 09:35
767
brave
I'm brave today Adjective possessing or exhibiting courage or courageous endurance. Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.10 09:35
768
abdominal
I have abdominal muscles. Noun the muscles of the abdomen Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.10 09:35
769
motorcycle
Most parents don't allow their kids to ride motorcycle because it's too dangerous. Noun a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame. Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.10 09:36
770
individual
Every person's Individual feeling are all different. Adjective 1.considered separately from other people or things in the same group - 2.belonging to or intended for one person rather than a group Arts 0000SCJay 2015.03.10 09:37
771
mother
My mother was 32 when I was born. - Noun a female parent. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.10 09:37
772
mother
My mother was 32 when I was born. - Noun a female parent. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.10 09:37
773
obsession
I am getting obsession on that girl who I met from internet even if I haven't met her. Noun an unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.10 09:38
774
odour
Ants can use odour organ to find their food which is deep under the soil. Noun the sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form Arts 0000SCIsa 2015.03.10 09:41
775
terminology
You don't need to learn a lot medical terminology unless you want to work in healthcare work place. Noun the set of technical words or expressions used in a particular subject Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 11:43
776
therapeutic
We hope to appear some therapeutic effects after his treatment. Adjective designed to help treat an illness Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 11:52
777
auditory
I prefer reading to listening because I'm not an auditory learners. Adjective connected with hearing Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 11:54
778
coherence
I extremely feel bad now becasue I recognized my whole essay which I submitted yesterday lacked coherence. Noun the situation in which all the parts of sth fit together well Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 12:02
779
cohesion
I think the important issue is how to make the cohesion of classmates in this class. Noun the act or state of keeping together Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 12:08
780
unity
Do you know that E.U. stands for European unity? Noun the state of being in agreement and working together; the state of being joined together to form one unit Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.10 12:12
781
isoquant
Another way to describe the technological constraints facing a firm is - through the use of isoquants Noun An isoquant is the set of all possible - combinations of inputs 1 and 2 that are just sufficient to produce a given - amount of output. Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.11 23:59
782
pareto_efficiency
The competitive equilibrium is pareto_efficiency Noun There is no way to make one party better off without making the other worse off Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:04
783
market_demand
take the derivative of market_demand with respect to price Noun It is simply the sum of individual quantities demanded at any given price Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:14
784
opportunity_cost
the loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen is called opportunity_cost Noun the opportunity_cost of a choice is the value of the best alternative forgone, in a situation in which a choice needs to be made between se Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:24
785
tax_burden
On the graph, tax_burden is usually a rectangle next to the dead weight loss Noun The amount of income, property, or sales tax levied on an individual or business. Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:28
786
dividend
The dividend of Bank of China this year is only 8% Noun The payment declared by the company to its shareholders Commerce Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:31
787
equilibrium
The equilibrium price of this function is 50,50 Noun The point where demand meets suppy Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:37
788
monetary_policy
Governor Zhou said on tuesday that the central bank will take a cautious monetary_policy this year to control inflation. Noun The regulation of the money supply and interest rates by a central bank. Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:40
789
giffen_good
The giffen_good must be an inferior good Noun The good in which the demand will decrease when its price falls Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:48
790
inferior
instant noodles is inferior good because when our income increases, we will buy ramen instead. Noun A good the demand for which falls as income rises. Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:50
791
recession
The company fired 500 workers during the recession between 2008 and 2011 period. Noun A period of general economic decline; typically defined as a decline in GDP for two or more consecutive quarters. - - Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:57
792
soft_landing
Governor Zhou guarantees that China will have a soft_landing at the end of this year Noun The avoidance of both inflation and high interest rates as well as a recession as an economy slows its growth rate. - - Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 00:59
793
monopoly
The firms like Sinopec, PingAn Insurance, Citic are monopoly Noun A situation in which a single company owns all or nearly all of the market for a given type of product or service. - Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 01:32
794
economy_of_scale
large firms like monopoly can reduce their production cost through economy_of_scale Noun Reduction in cost per unit resulting from increased production, realized through operational efficiencies. Economics Darren_Duong 2015.03.12 01:47
795
chamber
Balance is controlled mainly by two things: information received through our eyes and the chambers in the inner ear. Noun compartment or enclosed space Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.12 20:06
796
pundit
Stephen Hawking is a pundit in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. This hard disk can be recovered by the computer hardware pundit. Noun a person who knows a lot about a particular subject and who expresses ideas and opinions about that subject publicly Arts 0000SCJake 2015.03.13 23:31
797
lag
He had no choice but to lag due to his injury. She didn't want to lag behind at school. - Verb to stay or fall behind Arts 0000SCJake 2015.03.13 23:32
798
covet
He covets his brother's laptop. She's been coveting the chance to have higher position in her company. Verb to want (something that you do not have) very much Arts 0000SCJake 2015.03.13 23:40
799
indicate
Research indicates that group discussions are not working for some students. Verb (Vt) to show that something will happen, is true, or exists Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.14 11:03
800
lag
Even though my company has been developed, it still lags far behind many rival companies in using modern technology. Verb (Vi) to not be as successful or advanced as another person, organization, or group Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.14 11:15
801
reveal
This is the great secret that no one wants to reveal. Verb (Vt) to let something become known, for example a secret or information that was previously not known Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.14 11:21
802
headset
why don't you use the headset I got you? Noun a pair of headphones, esp with a microphone attached Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:11
803
portend
What do the polls portend for the election? Verb to give warning of; predict or foreshadow Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:27
804
ubiquitous
Earth's ubiquitous atmosphere. Adjective having or seeming to have the ability to be everywhere at once; omnipresent Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:29
805
snag
Our plans hit a snag when our best player broke her leg Noun anything that gets in the way of progress: Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:37
806
covertly
They covertly observed Lauren, who was sitting between Ned and Algie at a nearby table. Adv secret Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:43
807
sidle
Sidle up to him and then ask for a raise. Verb to move in a furtive or stealthy manner; edge along Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:47
808
nod
He nodded his head in approval Verb to make a slight, quick bending movement of the head, as in agreement, greeting, or command Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:49
809
fuss
made a fuss over a little accident. Noun an excessive display of attention or activity: Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:50
810
cue
But that is exactly what Google Glass makes possible, without the cue of a cameraphone being produced Noun a clue, an indication Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 12:59
811
ceaseless
ceaseless rain Adjective without stop, unending Commerce helene777 2015.03.15 13:01
812
extensive
Some people haven't extensively described their private problems. Adjective having a large extent, area, scope, degree, etc; vast: extensive deserts, an extensive inheritance Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.15 13:11
813
undergo
The experience I had undergone thought me a great lesson. Verb to experience, endure, or sustain: to undergo a dramatic change of feelings Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.15 13:18
814
distress
Although she had undergone three accidents during the last two days, she doesn't have any distress. Noun great pain, anxiety, or sorrow; acute physical or mental suffering; affliction; trouble. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.15 13:40
815
substitute
It will not work when you use violence as a substitute instead of dialogue. Noun something that is used instead of something else Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.16 22:59
816
artificiality
We should use artificiality leather instead of hurt animals. Noun made by people and used instead of something ntural Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.16 23:01
817
devoted
When you love your career you will devoted your whole energy into it. Adjective loving something or someone very much Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.16 23:06
818
devoted
When you love your career you will devoted your whole energy into it. Adjective loving something or someone very much Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.16 23:21
819
curriculum
Where do you find your curriculum? Noun an integrated course of academic studies Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:18
820
accredited
This program is fully accredited by the Design commity Verb given official approval to act. Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:21
821
digression
Let me just finish this digression. Noun a message that departs from the main subject. Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:23
822
audit
She audit the account by herself. Noun an inspection of the accounting procedures and records by a trained accountant or CPA Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:25
823
plague
The city in under threat from a plague of rats. Noun dangerous disease. Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:26
824
kin
My kin is going to visit my hometown. Noun relatives, a person having kinshio with another or others. Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:28
825
vestige
This is the only vestige of the old city. Noun an indication that something has been present. Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.18 14:37
826
ultimate
Lhasa is his ultimate destination in his journey. Adjective last; furthest or farthest; ending a process or series: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.18 23:36
827
polymerize
Through a five minutes reaction, all the cells polymerized together. Verb to react or cause to react to form a polymer Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.18 23:48
828
simultaneous
There was another simultaneous traffic accident on the road. Adjective happening or done at the same time as sth else Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:17
829
hose
I'm going to buy a hose for watering the garden. Noun a long tube made of rubber, plastic, etc., used for putting water onto fires, gardens, etc. Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:18
830
avalanche
Before the avalanche, all of the tourists were informed. Noun a mass of snow, ice and rock that falls down the side of a mountain Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:20
831
nirvana
Most people who believe Buddism desire nirvana. Noun the state of peace and happiness that a person chieves after giving up all personal desires. Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:23
832
threshould
They famers who had been got new lands were on the threshould of their new lives. Noun the point just before a new situation, period of life, etc. begins Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:26
833
inherent
Conflicts are inherent in human's history. Adjective that is a basic or permanent part of sb/sth and that cannot be removed Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:28
834
vending_machine
Can you see the guy who stands by the vending_machine? Noun a machine from which you can buy cigarettes, drinks, etc. by putting coins into it Commerce 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:31
835
inventory
The security asked an inventory of the exhibition for investigating. Noun a written list of all the objects, furniture, etc. in a particular building Commerce 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.03.19 13:34
836
misconception
This misconception is far from the truth. Noun a wrong belief or opinion as a result of not understanding something Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.19 15:15
837
decent
The new CEO is an educated, amiable, and decent man. Adjective behaving towards other people in an honest, fair, and nice way Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.19 15:23
838
perspective
It isn't possible to answer this question from my perspective. Noun (Noun-c)a way of thinking about something Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.19 15:23
839
submissive
Whatever my mom says to me, I am totally submissive. Adjective willing to do other people tell you to do without arguing Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.20 22:29
840
intergrate
Russia had been intergrated before feel apart to part. Verb to make someone become a full memeber of a group or society and be involved completely in its activities Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.20 22:32
841
warranty
If you buy the insurance, you can be given 3 years warranty. Noun a company's written promise to repair or replace a product you buy from them if it breaks or dose not work Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.20 22:34
842
leap
she leap over us when you came Verb to spring through the air from one point or position to another; jump Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:12
843
leap
she always leap over us when you come home Verb to spring through the air from one point or position to another; jump Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:15
844
tuition
I'm going to pay my tuition next week Noun the charge or fee for instruction, as at a private school or a college or university: Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:19
845
purchase
I purchased a lot of clothes last week with my friends in Paris Verb to acquire by the payment of money or its equivalent; buy. Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:25
846
bill
I already paid the Gym bill last month. Noun a statement of money owed for goods or services supplied Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:33
847
host
Be the host is too much work Noun a person who receives or entertains guests at home or elsewhere Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:43
848
bend
she always bend her decisions Verb to direct or turn in a particular direction Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:51
849
bend
she always bends her decisions Verb to direct or turn in a particular direction Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 20:51
850
blame
I never blame him for my mistakes Verb to hold responsible; find fault with; censure Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 21:03
851
boast
I don't like him because he always boast of his life Verb to speak with exaggeration and excessive pride, especially about oneself. Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 21:07
852
daring
I like daring men Adjective adventurous courage; boldness Arts 0000scMelissa 2015.03.21 21:34
853
apposition
This noun is in apposition to the foregoing. Noun Noun-(U) - the relationship between two noun phrases that are used in the same way and refer to the same person or thing. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.23 21:07
854
consistent
He is not consistent in his action. Adjective not changing in behaviour, attitudes, or qualities Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.23 21:13
855
hinder
You can help or hinder who you want. Verb (vt)to stop someone or something from making progress or developing Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.03.23 21:18
856
euthanasia
Euthanasia is a hot debate. Noun mercy-killing Arts yske 2015.03.23 23:31
857
interact
Teachers should interact with students more frequently in the class. Verb act together to towards others or with others Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.24 09:11
858
commerce
Our country has grown rich because of its commerce with other nations. Noun transactions (sales and purchases) having the objective of supplying commodities (goods and services) Commerce 0000SCHelen 2015.03.24 09:16
859
minority
The nationality of the minority groups in that country is still at issue. Noun a group of people who differ racially or politically from a large group of which it is a part Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.24 09:25
860
safari
He needs a safari to satisfy his family needs. Noun a journey or expedition, for hunting, exploration, or investigation, especially in eastern Africa. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.25 00:59
861
potentially
Her mother said the pollen may potentially be the source of her allergy. Adv possibly but not yet actually: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.25 01:03
862
mainstream
He wanted to present the mainstream of American culture, but I didn't get any useful information. Noun the principal or dominant course, tendency, or trend: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.25 01:05
863
mainstream
He wanted to present the mainstream of American culture, but I didn't get any useful information. Noun the principal or dominant course, tendency, or trend: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.25 01:05
864
manipulation
He can obtain many supporting by clever manipulation. Noun behaviour that influence someone or controls something in a clever or dishonest way. Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.25 17:10
865
misleading
' Do not let this guy misleading you into a wrong way' mu mom said to me. Noun to make someone to believe something that is incorrect to not true Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.25 17:11
866
reputable
As a actor, having a good reputable is very important. Adjective generally considered to be honest and reliable Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.03.25 17:12
867
regime
Because I hate the military regime, I will protest with my best. - - People who are under brutal regime live in unbearable suffering. - Noun a method or system of government, especially one that has not been elected in a fair way Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:15
868
herald
You should herald a new project to your team members. Verb to be sign that something is going to happen Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:18
869
fanciful
Her dress is fantastic as if it came from a fanciful world. Adjective based on imagination and not facts or reason Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:20
870
avert
Even though it is difficult to avert natural disaster, we need to try as possible as we can. Verb to prevent something bad or dangerous from happening Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:23
871
threshold
I thought I was in the threshold of a second life when I arrived in Canada. Noun the point just before a new situation, period of life, etc. begins Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:23
872
compartmentalized
This system is totally compartmentalized in order to build up security. Adjective to separate into specific categories Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:24
873
errant
I think he has an errant map and he is supposed to be very confused. Adjective doing something that is wrong; not behaving in an acceptable way Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:33
874
erroneous
She let us the erroneous conclusion, so we are in the big problem. Adjective not correct; based on wrong information Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.03.26 14:35
875
grant
He didn't grant the mistake he made. Verb be willing to concede Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.26 18:01
876
inflexible
That scientist is inflexible in his own opinion. Noun incapable of change Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.26 18:08
877
squarely
The boss dealt squarely with his staffs. Adv directly and without evasion; not roundabout Law 0000SCHelen 2015.03.26 18:18
878
punctual
The bus in the town is never punctual. Adjective directly and without evasion; not roundabout Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.26 18:31
879
comprehend
I can't comprehend the reason why my friend do that kind of things. Verb get the meaning of something Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.03.26 18:39
880
intelligence
Students have improved their intelligence during the program. Noun the ability to learn or understand things or to deal with new or difficult situations Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.26 19:36
881
develop
Students have developed their listening skills. Verb Grow or cause to grow and become more mature, advanced, or elaborate Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.26 19:40
882
curriculum
Dr. Smith has spent ten years developing new education curriculum Noun The subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.26 19:44
883
theories
Students have learned a lot of the mathematical theories. Noun Theory is a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.26 19:49
884
restricted
Normal people have restricted access to the White House. Adjective Limited in extent, number, scope, or action Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.26 19:58
885
shift
The technician will come in order to shift the cable away. Verb Move or cause to move from one place to another, especially over a small distance Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.03.26 20:03
886
liminal
This is a liminal zone, Adjective of, relating to, or situated at the limen. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.26 22:07
887
domestication
I don't think domestication is a good thing for wild animal. Noun - - to convert (animals, plants, etc.) to domestic uses; tame. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.26 22:26
888
invasive
Invasive species broke the balance of the local ecosystem. Adjective characterized by or involving invasion; offensive: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.26 22:30
889
intent
The rebels are obviously intent on keeping up the pressure. - - Noun an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.03.26 23:45
890
bonfire
They celebrated the event by holding parades, lightning bonfires and setting off fireworks. Noun A large fire built outside for burning waste. People also have bonfires at parties or celebrations. Arts sarah 2015.03.28 07:13
891
infringe
Making an unauthorized copy of the article infringes copyright. Noun To break a law, rule, or agreement Arts sarah 2015.03.28 07:30
892
drought
Because there are three big lakes in this area, there is no guarantee against drought. Noun a period of dry weather, especially a long one that is injurious to crops Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.03.30 22:51
893
swiftly
They will swiftly leave you behind by the nuts. Adjective moving or capable of moving with great speed or velocity; fleet; rapid: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.02 16:31
894
cat
The cats were kept next to the bears at the zoo Noun a small, furry, carnivorous animal often kept as a pet: - Our cats like to play with string. Arts 0000SCIsa 2015.04.03 14:36
895
allege
She alleged that she is the only witness in that murder. Verb to say that something is true or that someone has done something wrong or illegal even though this has not been proved Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.04 16:26
896
candid
If you have a candid friend, your life will become easy. Adjective honest and direct, even when the truth is not pleasant Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.04 16:28
897
shudder
He was shudder while standing in the elevator. Noun a quick uncontrolled shaking movement Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.04 16:41
898
cat
the girl hits the cat Noun an animal Arts 0000SCIsa 2015.04.09 06:06
899
finish
We finished dinner at about 9 o'clock Verb to bring or come to an end or to completion Arts z_class 2015.04.09 06:13
900
hallmark
The bottom of every piece of china has a hallmark to make sure whether it is true or not. Noun a typical feature Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.12 23:55
901
authentic
A authentic diamond can bear the cruelness of time. Adjective real, not false or copied Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.13 00:00
902
erratic
My brother has a very erratic live style. Adjective changing ofter or not following a regular pattern so that it is difficult to know what will happen next Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.13 00:02
903
malign
Because having jealousy, we somethings will malign others. Verb to say unpleasant things about someone, usually unfairly Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.13 00:06
904
threshold
The threshold of the university is very strict. Noun a limit at which an arrangement changes Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.13 00:08
905
devious
He is very devious person because usually what he said is not what he usually did. Adjective dishonest and clever Arts 0000SCLeoan 2015.04.13 00:12
906
appreciate
A musician can appreciate the small differences in shounds. Verb (vt) to understand the true nature of a situation, and realize why it is important or serious Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:46
907
attempt
his first attempt resulted in a failure. Noun (c) An effort to do something Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:48
908
distinction
Philosophers did not use to make a distinction between arts and science. Noun (C) difference or contrast especially between people or things that are similar or related. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:49
909
sabotage
it was an act of military sabotage. Noun (u) The act of doing deliberate damage to equipment, transpot, machines, etc. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:50
910
bribe
They bribed the guards with cigarettes. Verb (t) to give somebody money or something valuable in order to persuade them to help you, expecially by doing something dishonest. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:52
911
prosperity
the country is enjoying a period of peace and prosperity. Noun (u) the state of being successful especially financially. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:54
912
morality
standards of morality seem to be dropping. Noun (u) principles concerning right and wrong or good and bad behavior. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:58
913
convert
the hotel is going to be converted into a nursing home. Verb (t) to change or make something change from one form, purpose, system, etc. to another. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 20:59
914
spectator
the stands were packed with spectators. Noun (c) someone who watches a public activity or event, especially a sports event. Arts 0000SCHEEWON 2015.04.13 21:01
915
colossal
Being such a colossal corporation, Disney has a lot of employees. Noun extremely large Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:13
916
epic
There is an epic temple in the mountain. Noun very great and impressive Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:16
917
trap
The hunter has set a trap for the dragon that has commited all sorts of crimes. Noun a clever plan designed to trick sb, either by capturing them or by making them do or say sth that they did not mean to do or say Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:20
918
epic
There is an epic temple in the mountain. Adjective very great and impressive Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:22
919
colossal
Being such a colossal corporation, Disney has a lot of employees. Adjective extremely large Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:22
920
spectacle
He told me he would never forget the spectacle he had seen in the zoo. Noun a performance or an event that is very impressive and exciting to look at Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:25
921
formidable
They are afraid of the person who looks formidable. Adjective if people, things or situations, are formidable, you feel fear and/or respect for them, because they are impressive or powerful, or because Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:27
922
vulgar
We should avoid vulgar language whenever we speak. Adjective not having or showing good taste; not polite, elegant or well behaved Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:27
923
ammunition
In the debate, both they have a lot of ammunition against each other. Noun a supply of bullets, etc. to be fired from guns. / information that can be used against another person in an argument Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:28
924
toxic
Don’t eat it, it’s toxic! Adjective containing poison; poisonous Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:29
925
herbicide
The farmers are spraying herbicide on their field. Noun technical a substance used to kill unwanted plants Arts 0000SCMICHAEL 2015.04.14 09:30
926
abruptly
The titanic truck turned back abruptly, so I had to stop suddenly. Adv suddenly Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:18
927
deaf
My opinion has fall on deaf ears since I arrived here. Adjective unable to hear anything or unable to hear very well Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:19
928
excerpt
This part was an excerpt from a scientific journal. Noun a short piece of writing, music, film, etc. taken from a longer whole Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:20
929
paralyze
After brain shock, he was paralyzed on one side. Verb to make somebody unable to feel or move all or part of their body Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:21
930
contradict
I thought he always contradict himself whenever he said. Verb to be so different from each other that one of them must be wrong Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:22
931
impromptu
He made an impromptu offer during the meeting. Adjective done without preparation or planning Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:23
932
peasant
One of my friends was born into a peasant family in Jejudo. Noun a farmer who owns or rents a small piece of land Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:24
933
greedy
He is casting greedy eyes on the lady. Adjective wanting more money, power, food, etc. than you really need Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:25
934
humiliation
After she felt bitter humiliation, she never came again. Noun the action to make somebody feel ashamed or stupid and lose the respect of other people Arts 0000SCNEO 2015.04.14 12:26
935
wary
His son open a slice of the door with a wary facial expression. Adjective watchful; being on one's guard against danger. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:23
936
conjure
The girl conjured up herself as Cinderella. Verb to affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:24
937
latter
Is the person pretending to be a beggar or truly need help? More likely the latter. Adjective being the second mentioned of two Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:25
938
deficit
This company has a huge amount of deficit. Noun a lack or shortage; deficiency. Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:25
939
reveal
This report reveals the biggest problem of this company. Verb to make known; disclose; divulge: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:26
940
egocentric
Egocentric person will not welcome by others. Adjective Having/regarding the self or the individual as the center of all things: Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:27
941
predator
For the sheep, wolfs are predator. Noun any carnivorous animal Arts 0000SCRenee 2015.04.14 18:28
942
arrogant
I don't like her since she's an arrogant girl. Adjective characterized by or proceeding from arrogance, or a sense of superiority, self-importance, or entitlement Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 04:30
943
incubator
The incubator provides some interesting projects that might come to fruition in the near future. Noun apparatus consisting of a box designed to maintain a constant temperature by the use of a thermostat; used for chicks or premature infants Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:18
944
aid
He gives aid to poor people Noun the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:21
945
portray
What was it like to see someone portray you? Noun represent in a painting, drawing, sculpture, or verbally Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:23
946
plague
Diseases that plague mankind. Noun a serious (sometimes fatal) infection of rodents caused by Yersinia pestis and accidentally transmitted to humans by the bite of a flea that has bitten an infected animal Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:32
947
idiom
People use a lot of idiom in daily life. Noun a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:35
948
monitor
We selected her as our monitor. Noun someone who supervises (an examination) Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:38
949
metabolism
All living need a process of metabolism Noun the marked and rapid transformation of a larva into an adult that occurs in some animals Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:41
950
infrared
infrared radiation is not harmful. Noun the infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum; electromagnetic wave frequencies below the visible range Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:44
951
workload
The workload is not insignificant for some people. Noun work that a person is expected to do in a specified time Arts 0000SCChloe 2015.04.16 11:48
952
upset
I am upset by her, because she is rude. Adjective Emotionally or physically disturbed or distressed Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 14:31
953
wine
Drinking wine caused his liver to be damaged. Noun the fermented juice of grapes, made in many varieties, such as red, white, sweet, dry, still, and sparkling. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 14:39
954
pump
Hearts work as blood pump in our bodies. Noun A machine for raising, driving, exhausting, or compressing fluids by means of a piston, plunger, or set of rotating vanes. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 14:44
955
zero
Suggest me a restaurant since I have zero cooking skills. Adjective having no measurable quantity or magnitude; not any. Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 14:57
956
decried
She decried the way he treats her. Verb To express strong disapproval. Law 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 15:15
957
fallacious
She invited me to a pub on the fallacious assumption that I drink. Adjective containing a fallacy; logically unsound Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 15:19
958
hackneyed
So many hackneyed jokes I heard today. Adjective Not interesting, funny, etc., because of being used too often : not fresh or original Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 15:25
959
intransigent
I detest her because she is so intransigent person. Adjective Refusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexible Arts 0000SCHoho 2015.04.16 15:30
960
prohibit
Many firms prohibit smoking in their shops. Verb command against Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 18:48
961
organ
A distinct bodily mass or organ having a specific function. Noun a fully differentiated structural and functional unit in an animal that is specialized for some particular function Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 18:51
962
arrangement
There was an arrangement of books in the window. Noun the thing arranged or agreed to Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 18:53
963
offence
She behave herself so as not to give offence to others. Noun Act or cause of upsetting or annoying somebody Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 18:58
964
phenomenon
The employment problem tends to be a city phenomenon. Noun any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 19:01
965
preferable
Cold food would be preferable in this heat. Adjective more desirable than another Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 19:04
966
inadequate
Inadequate food can stunt a child's development. Adjective lacking the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 19:06
967
legislation
Legislation is not in the President's power. Noun the act of making or enacting laws Law 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 19:08
968
authority
The leader must be a person of authority. Noun the power or right to give orders or make decisions Arts 0000SCHelen 2015.04.16 19:10
969
burdens
The challenge for these graduates coming out with these huge burdens of debt is can they become fully fledged members of society starting out with these tens of thousands of dollars in debt overhang. - Noun that which is carried; - load: Arts laura 2015.04.29 16:28
970
fully_fledged
The challenge for these graduates with huge burdens of debt is can they become fully_fledged members of society when they start out with these tens of thousands of dollars in debt overhang. Adjective (of a young bird) having acquired its adult feathers and thus able to fly - thus, developed or matured to the fullest degree Arts laura 2015.04.29 16:31
971
tripled
Student debt tripled to $ trillion last year Verb to increase something so that it is three times bigger than before Arts 0000SCCHARLES 2015.04.30 08:38
972
accounts_for
In now accounts_for 8.8% of all consumer debt Verb to be the reason why something exists or happens Arts 0000SCCHARLES 2015.04.30 08:42
973
owe
That's second only to what consumers owe on home mortgages Verb if you owe someone money, you have to give them a particular amount of money because you have bought something from them or have borrowed money from them. Money that you owe is called a debt Arts 0000SCCHARLES 2015.04.30 08:44
974
home_mortgages
I needed a home_mortgages because I could afford buying my house Noun a legal agreement in which you borrow money from a bank in order to buy a house. You pay back your mortgage by making monthly payments Arts 0000SCCHARLES 2015.04.30 08:48
975
trick
'The trick is to find a way to reduce college costs' Noun a clever action, as to solve a problem Arts lauremeunier 2015.04.30 11:05
976
rate
interest rates Noun the amount of a charge or payment with reference to some basis of counting Arts lauremeunier 2015.04.30 11:08
977
tuition
'the actual tuition that students are facing' Noun the charge or fee for instruction Arts lauremeunier 2015.04.30 11:10
978
loan
Student loans Noun something lent, esp. a sum of money lent at interest Arts celinenguyen 2015.05.01 09:10
979
settlement
They are negotiating a peace settlement Noun A formal agreement that ends a disagreement Arts sarah 2015.05.01 10:26
980
infringe
Making an unauthorized copy of the article infringes copyright. - Verb To break a law, rule, or agreement Arts sarah 2015.05.01 10:29
981
sue
Businesses may sue if one country does something to impact profits Verb To make a legal claim against someone, usually to get money from them because they have done something bad to you. Arts sarah 2015.05.01 10:31
982
treaty
He had no difficulty in persuading parliament to approve the treaty. Noun An official written agreement between two or more countries. When national leaders negotiate a treaty, they discuss it before reaching agree Arts sarah 2015.05.01 10:33
983
packaging
Australia made profits because of their plain packaging laws Noun The activity of putting products into containers so that they can be sold in shops Arts sarah 2015.05.01 10:44
984
subsidiary
He was able to do it through its Hong Kong subsidiary Noun A company that is owned by a larger company Arts sarah 2015.05.01 10:47
985
garish
Many of the rugs are too garish for my taste. Adjective very brightly coloured in a way that is unpleasant to look at Arts Karen 2015.05.08 15:47
986
undaunted
Undaunted by history, modern Americans did not hesitate to coo and gasp over the tiny sleeping bundle that emerged (...). Noun not discouraged; Arts eli_ 2015.05.14 14:05
987
intransigent
an intransigent attitude Adjective stubborn; unwilling to change your ideas or behaviour in a way that seems unreasonable Arts Karen 2015.05.21 12:27
988
incessant
incessant rain Adjective continuing Arts Karen 2015.05.22 12:16
989
octopus
the octopus has 8 arms Noun an animal living in the sea having 8 arms. It was believed to spread ink. Arts ulas 2015.05.28 02:50
990
occipital
The occipital lobe is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals. Adjective of or relating to the back of the head or skull Arts Heather 2015.05.28 09:07
991
altruistic
Were his motives entirely altruistic? Adjective This kind of behaviour shows that you care about and will help other people, even though this brings no advantage for yourself. Arts Anita_Fan 2015.06.09 20:00
992
amend
Some members of the two industry groups want to amend their codes on grounds that otherwise they will suffer unfairly from non-code competitors. Verb To modify or change Arts Peter_J 2015.06.09 20:37
993
portion
The average portion contains some protein, an appreciable amount of vitamins A and C- about one-tenth of the minimum daily requirement, and about a third of the official vitamin E requirement. Noun a part of the whole Arts Anita_Fan 2015.06.09 20:46
994
prohibit
If it were not for judicial development of certain exceptions, this section would prohibit a suit for refund by an acquiring corporation for taxes paid by a transferor corporation Noun to forbid, to prevent Arts Anita_Fan 2015.06.09 20:50
995
protocol
The army leaders threatened to form a new military government if the parties failed to sign an eight point protocol agreeing on Gen. Noun the customs, rules Arts Anita_Fan 2015.06.09 20:51
996
reside
I was careful to keep my feet, the seat of the least worthy spirits, from pointing at anyone's head, where the worthiest spirits reside. Verb to live Arts Anita_Fan 2015.06.09 20:53
997
academic
New schools were rising, but with this went a harsh proclamation any academic degree earned during Batista's regime was invalid Adjective relating to education, especially at college or university level Arts Peter_J 2015.06.09 20:56
998
examine
The detective examined the evidence carefully and found a fingerprint. Verb to look at something closely Economics Fey_Laffitte 2015.06.17 16:45
999
beauteous
The morning sky was beauteous to say the least Adjective AN emphatic form for the word 'beautiful' Arts tom 2015.07.13 16:14
1000
feasibility
The feasibility study was conducted to discover any good reasons for using tablets in the classroom. Noun possibility and likelihood of being successful Arts aejin 2015.07.23 09:17
1001
autism
I have tried to understand a person with autism Noun an illness that starts in young children and causes behaviour that is unusally centered on the self Arts Myungsuk 2015.07.23 09:48
1002
subside
My anger rapidly subsided Verb (of a condition) to become less strong Arts Myungsuk 2015.07.23 09:49
1003
squabbling
my kids were squabbling over what to watch the movie Adjective noisy argument about something that is not very important Commerce aejin 2015.07.23 09:50
1004
intervention
I think that it was a helpful intervention for them Noun action taken to improve or help a situation Commerce aejin 2015.07.23 09:52
1005
escalation
The American people do not support escalation Noun A rapid increase;a rise Arts Sunkyung_H 2015.07.23 09:52
1006
distress
The students were in distress Noun Great mental or physical suffering such as extreme anxiety sadness or pain or the state of being in danger or urgent need Arts Myungsuk 2015.07.23 09:53
1007
autistic
Fear is the dominant emotion in both autistic people and animal such as deer, cattle, and horses. Adjective An illness that starts in young children and causes behavior that is unusually centered on the self while limiting development of social an Arts YNW 2015.07.23 09:54
1008
impartial
when the kids fight with each other, the parents must remain impartial Adjective not supporting on person or group more than another Commerce aejin 2015.07.23 09:54
1009
pounce
The bear is going to pounce when they feel unconfortable. Noun To attack suddenly, esp. by jumping or flying down to catch or take hold of something or someone. Arts Myungsuk 2015.07.23 09:55
1010
authority
My husband and I vested my first child with authority for controling her pocket money. Noun the power to give orders to people Commerce aejin 2015.07.23 09:56
1011
accountable
Schools are held accountable for their test results Adjective Required or expected to justify actions or decisions Arts Sunkyung_H 2015.07.23 09:56
1012
repulsed
People are repulsed by the sight in the wild. Verb to push someone or something back or away, esp. to successfully stop an attack/If something repulses you, it causes you to have a strong fee Arts YNW 2015.07.23 09:56
1013
muffling
Solid sides on chutes prevent them from seeing people up head, and muffling devices lessen the shrill sounds that alarm them. Verb He is muffling and I really do not know what happened on him. Arts YNW 2015.07.23 09:57
1014
skeptical
Tom is very skeptical about the science Adjective A person who doubts the truth or value of an idea or belief Arts Myungsuk 2015.07.23 09:57
1015
dispute
The neighbors had a violent dispute about on the noise. Noun an argument or a disagreement between two people, groups or countries. Commerce aejin 2015.07.23 09:59
1016
straightforward
If he became a straightforward person, he would feel more happiness than now. Adjective easy to understand; clear; honest and without unnecessary politeness Arts Sharon 2015.07.23 10:00
1017
squabbling
The children were squabbling over the remote cotroal for the television. Adjective A noisy quarrel something trivial. Arts Sunkyung_H 2015.07.23 10:01
1018
puzzlement
She frowned in puzzlement. Noun Cause to feel confused because they cannot understand something Arts Sunkyung_H 2015.07.23 10:02
1019
wary
Our parents always remind us that we should be wary of doing your job. Noun careful because you do not completely trust someone or something or are not certain about what you should do Arts Sharon 2015.07.23 10:02
1020
verbal
I have obserbed that these verbal thinkers are more like to deny animals' thought. Noun You use verbal to indicate that something is expressed in speech rather than in writing or action. Arts Godlike_Bright 2015.07.23 10:02
1021
videotape
All my thoughts are full-color motion pictures, running like a videotape in my imagination. Noun Videotape is magenetic tape that is used to record mobing pictures and sounds to be shown im television. Arts Godlike_Bright 2015.07.23 10:02
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rug
A curled-up rug, or a book that is crooked on the shelf, causes the same fear as being stalked by a predator. Noun A shaped piece of thick cloth for covering part of a floor Arts YNW 2015.07.23 10:02
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obvious
It was always obvious to me that cattle and other animals also think in pictures Adjective easily seen, recognized, or understood Arts Fatoo 2015.07.23 10:02
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wary
Our parents always remind us that we should be wary of doing your job. Adjective careful because you do not completely trust someone or something or are not certain about what you should do Arts Sharon 2015.07.23 10:03
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deprive
They cannot deprive people of that basic right. Verb prevent sb from having or using something Arts Sunkyung_H 2015.07.23 10:04
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tolerate
A light touch sets off a flight reaction, and my oversensitive nerve ending do not tolerate hugging. Verb To bear something unpleasant ot annoying, or to keep going despite difficulties. Commerce A_Rena 2015.07.23 10:04
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perspective
It is weasy to for me to see things from the animals' perspective. Noun a particular way of viewing things that depends on one's experience and personality Commerce A_Janice 2015.07.23 10:04
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stalk
A curled- up rug, or a book that is crooked on the shelf, causes the same fear as being stalked by a predator. Verb To follow an animal or person as closely as possiblewithout being seen or heard to walk in an angry or proud way - Arts YNW 2015.07.23 10:05
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autism
My life as a person with autism is like being another species Noun an illness that starts in young children and causes behavior that is unusually centered on the self while limiting development of social and communication skills Arts Fatoo 2015.07.23 10:05
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associated
Abrupt motion may be associated with a predator leaping onto its prey. Adjective Related to or accompanying Arts WeidongZhang 2015.07.23 10:06
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subside
They may be intense while I am experiencing them but will subside like an afternoon thunderstorm. Verb To become less strong, or (of an activity or disagreement) to become less violent Arts Lizzzzzzz 2015.07.23 10:06
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slaughter
For the past 15 years I have designed chute systems for handling cattle in slaughter plants. Noun The killing of animals for their meat, or the killing of large numbers of animals in a cruel manner; the killing of large numbers of peopl Arts Lizzzzzzz 2015.07.23 10:07
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costume
I had to become that animal and not just be a person in a cou costume. Noun An actor's or performer's costume is the set of clothes they wear while they are performing. Arts Godlike_Bright 2015.07.23 10:07
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subside
They may be instense while I am experiencing them but will subside like an afternoon thunderstorm. Verb To become less strong, or to become less violent Commerce A_Rena 2015.07.23 10:08
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dominant
Fear is the dominant emotion in both autistic people and animals such as deer, cattle, and horse. Adjective more important, strong, or noticeable than anything else of the same type. Arts A_Janice 2015.07.23 10:08
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repulse
People are repulsed by the sight of blood. Verb to push someone or something back or away, esp. to successfully stop an attack. Arts Fatoo 2015.07.23 10:08
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restraint
The conveyorized restraint system I designed is used in slaughtering one-third of all cattle in the United States. Noun Determined control over behavior in order to prevent the strong expression of emotion or any violent action Arts Lizzzzzzz 2015.07.23 10:09
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recoil
Like a wild animal, I recoil when people touch me. Verb To make a sudden movement away from something esp. because of fear or disgust Arts Lizzzzzzz 2015.07.23 10:10
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disturb
Cattle are sensitive to the same things that disturb people with autism. Verb more deeply Arts Legendary_Max 2015.07.23 10:10
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apparatus
When I got really skilled at operating the hydraulic controls, the apparatus became an extension of my arms and hands. Noun A set of equipment, tools, or a machine that is used for a particular purpose Arts Lizzzzzzz 2015.07.23 10:11
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tolerate
My oversensitive never endings do not tolerate hugging. Verb Put up with something or someone unpleasant. Arts Legendary_Max 2015.07.23 10:11
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repulse
People are repulsed by the sight of blood, but blood does not bother cattle. Verb If you are repulsed by something, you think that it is horrible and disgusting an you want to avoid it. Arts Godlike_Bright 2015.07.23 10:11
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immature
Immature development in the lower brain system. Adjective not completely developed physically, mentally, or emotionally, or lacking the expected type of responsible behavior for your age. Arts Fatoo 2015.07.23 10:11
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coax
I found I could coax most cattle to walk through a chute. Verb to try to persuade someone to do something by gently asking or patiently encouraging the person. Arts Fatoo 2015.07.23 10:13
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subside
They may be intense while I am experiencing them but will subside like an afternoon thunderstorm. Verb To become less strong, or to become less violent Commerce A_Rena 2015.07.23 10:14
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eliminate
I prefer to play the mobile game that it eliminates the same patterns. Verb terminate or take out, do away with, kill in large number, dismiss from consideration or a contest, eliminate from the body Arts Sharon 2015.07.23 10:14
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disturb
Cattle are sensitive to the same things that disturb people with autism. Verb If you distyrb someone, you interrupt what they are dong and upset them. Arts Godlike_Bright 2015.07.23 10:14
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desperate
Because he lost his job and girlfriend at the same time, he was very desperate. Adjective showing a willingness to take any risk in order to change a bad or dangerous situation; A desperate person is willing to take any measures Arts Sharon 2015.07.23 10:17
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flinch
Flinch/n. cannot makes us to be successful,but courage can.The man didn't flinch/v. when he faced to the nurderer,because he was a policeman Verb to make a sudden small movement because of pain or fear. Arts Sharon 2015.07.23 10:25
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virtual
it's ultimate virtual reality system. Noun almost,but not exactly Arts DALAL 2015.07.23 10:29
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autism
people who has autism always don't like to talk with another person Noun a usually developmental disorder characterized by reduced ability to communicate, a withdrawal into oneself, and detachment from reality. Arts abby 2015.07.23 10:30
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apple
the apple is delicious Noun 一種食物 Arts 00nthu4017 2015.09.15 21:30
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apple
I like apples Noun fruits Arts 00vocfortests 2015.09.29 12:01
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instinctive
Scholars used to believe that learned (versus instinctive) Adjective 1.done or felt without thinking or considering Arts Daniela 2015.11.02 14:52
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instinctive
It's an instinctive reaction Adjective An instinctive feeling, idea, or action is one that you have or do without thinking or reasoning. Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 14:58
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nomadic
Orangutans' lives are nomadic- they travel from place to place depending on food availability. Adjective relating to or characteristic of nomads or their way of life Arts Minjung 2015.11.02 14:58
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instinctive
Scholars used to believe that learned versus instinctive behavior separates humans from other animal. Adjective Instinctive ‹behaviour or ‹reactions are not ‹thought about, ‹planned, or ‹developed by ‹training: Arts Tao 2015.11.02 14:59
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gap
There is a large gap between primate society and fully developed human culture Noun A space between two people or things. - - Arts Daniela 2015.11.02 15:00
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coarser
Kalimantan orangutans also have coarser hair Adjective rough in texture, structure, etc; not fine: coarse sand - (from coarse) Arts Minjung 2015.11.02 15:02
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macaques
Have you heard of macaques, for example? Noun Short-tailed monkey of rocky regions of Asia and Africa Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:02
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instinctive
Running away is our instinctive reaction when we meet danger. Adjective based on instinct and not involving thought Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:03
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foresight
Anthropologists used to believe that only humans manufactures tools with foresight Noun Providence by virtue of planning prudently for the future. Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:03
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twig
Would you consider a twig to be a tool? Noun a twig is a very small thin branch that grows out from a main branch of a tree or bush Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:05
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termite
Orangutans have a varied diet of fruit, bark, leaves, and insects such as ants, termites, and bees. Noun any whitish ant-like social insect of the order Isoptera, of warm and tropical regions. Some species feed on wood, causing damage to furniture, buildings, trees, etc Also called white ant Arts Minjung 2015.11.02 15:05
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mastered
Have you mastered a technique for it? Adjective understood perfectly Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:06
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omnivorous
Would you say that you have an omnivorous diet? Adjective An omnivorous person or animal eats all kinds of food, including both meat and plants. Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:07
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flicking
flicking a switch Verb to move or propel with or as if with a flicking Arts sunny 2015.11.02 15:07
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instinctive
Scholars used to believe that learned versus instinctive behavior separates humans from other animals. Adjective Instinctive ‹behaviour or ‹reactions are not ‹thought about, ‹planned, or ‹developed by ‹training: Arts Sadaf 2015.11.02 15:08
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instinctive
Scholars used to believe that learned(versus instinctive)behaviorseparates humans from other animals. Adjective a natural tendency to behave in a particular way or a natural ability to know something, which is not learned. Arts Luna 2015.11.02 15:08
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terrestrial
Although they can swim, the polar bears are terrestrial animals. Adjective living on or relating to land rather than water Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:08
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peers
How much time do you spend with your peers? Verb If you peer at something, you look at it very hard, usually because it is difficult to see clearly. Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:09
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omnivorous
Would you say that you have an omnivorous diet? Adjective eating both animal and plant foods. Arts Minjung 2015.11.02 15:11
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terrestrial
Dr. Who is an extraterrestrial, whereas I am just a terrestrial. Noun terrestrial means relating to the planet Earth rather than to some other part of the universe Arts Zixiang 2015.11.02 15:11
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chimpanzee
Female chimpanzees, for instance, typically leave their social group once they hit maturity. Noun intelligent somewhat arboreal ape of equatorial Arts Roger_W 2015.11.02 15:12
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instinctive
Scholars used to believe that learned (versus instinctive) behavior separates humans from other animals. Adjective instinctive behaviour or reactions are not thought about, planned, or developing by traning. Arts yiran 2015.11.02 15:12
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peer
First her mother, then her peers, and finally the entire troop began washing sweet potatos. Noun your peers are the people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class etc Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:14
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dominance
His dominance curdles into desperation. Noun superior development of one side of the body Arts Roger_W 2015.11.02 15:17
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macaque
Harlow discovered that macaques raised in isolation didn't from dominance(power)relationships when brought together as young adults. Noun short-tailed monkey of rocky regions of Aisa and Africa Arts Luna 2015.11.02 15:17
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twig
This twig is to short, I need another one Noun small, thin wooden stick Arts eugen 2015.11.02 15:18
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copulate
the time of year when deer in the wild are likely to copulate Verb to have sexual intercourse Arts sunny 2015.11.02 15:19
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twig
He cut a twig from the tree by his palm. Noun a small, thin shoot of a wooden branch or stem Arts Tao 2015.11.02 15:19
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peer
Do you think it's true that teenage girls are less self-confident than their male peers? Noun a person who is the same age or has the same social position or the same abilities as other people in a group Arts yiran 2015.11.02 15:20
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instinctive
Do you believe that learned behaviour (vs instinctive behaviour) separates humans from other animals? Why? Adjective done or felt without thinking or considering: done or performed by instinct: Commerce Neo_wu 2015.11.02 15:20
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omnivorous
Brown bears are omnivorous, eating anything that they can get their paws on. Adjective an animal that is omnivorous eats both meat and plants Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:21
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foresight
Anthropologists started contending that only humans make tools with foresight. Noun the ability to imagine what is likely to happen and to consider this when planning for the future Arts Luna 2015.11.02 15:22
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macaques
Besides monkeys, can you name any other primates? Have you heard of macaques, for example? Noun a monkey, chiefly of Asia, having cheek pouches. Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.02 15:25
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manufacture
This method of manufacture evolved out of a long process of trial. Noun the organized action of making of goods and services for sale Arts Roger_W 2015.11.02 15:26
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foresight
no one had enough foresight to predict the winner Noun the ability to judge correctly what is going to happen in the future and plan your actions based on this knowledge Arts yiran 2015.11.02 15:29
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macaque
Some macaques are raised in isolation and do not form dominance relationships. Noun a monkey, chiefly of Asia, having cheek pouches. Arts Tao 2015.11.02 15:30
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foresight
If they are to be commended for FORESIGHT in their planning, what then is the judgment of a town council Noun care or provision for the future; provident care; prudence. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:31
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twig
walls and floors of the pool, and consequently against any sharp stone or TWIG, is such that it can be ultimately forced through the liner. - Noun a small, dry, woody piece fallen from a branch Commerce madina 2015.11.02 15:32
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peers
They say a strong business acumen and entrepreneurial fire have always separated him from his peers. Noun a person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:33
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master
She ‹lived in Italy for several ‹years but never ‹quite mastered the ‹language. Verb to ‹learn how to do something well Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:34
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mastered
For example, he mastered the ability to draw while watching only his hand in a mirror. Noun a person with the ability or power to use, control, or dispose of something: Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:34
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twig
Suddenly, we hear the sound of a twig cracking; all three men look around anxiously, particularly JASON. Noun a slender shoot of a tree or other plant. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:35
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instinctive
At the age of 9, Daniel Radcliffe was catapulted towards Harry Potter and Hollywood immortality by a single, instinctive wink. Noun prompted by or resulting from or as if from instinct; natural; unlearned: Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:36
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twig
We ‹collected ‹dry twigs to ‹start the ‹fire. Noun a ‹small, ‹thin ‹branch of a ‹tree or ‹bush, ‹especially one ‹removed from the ‹tree or ‹bush and without any ‹leaves Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:36
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terrestrial
In January the commission said LightSquared could use its license for exclusive terrestrial purposes, Noun Zoology. living on or in the ground; not aquatic, arboreal, or aerial. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:37
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terrestrial
But by the end of the poem, he has become a character of extra- TERRESTRIAL proportions, a romantic sufferer carrying on his sh Adjective pertaining to, consisting of, or representing the earth as distinct from other planets. Commerce madina 2015.11.02 15:37
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omnivorous
Vegan women are only one-fifth as likely to have twins as are vegetarian and omnivorous women. Noun eating both animal and plant foods. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:38
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foresight
It was an example of the authorities' lack of foresight. Noun the ‹ability to ‹judge correctly what is going to ‹happen in the ‹future and ‹plan ‹your ‹actions ‹based on this ‹knowledge. Arts EMERALD 2015.11.02 15:38
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peer
children each will be happy to play with the others' toys until stopped by PEER group pressure. Noun a person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status. Commerce madina 2015.11.02 15:39
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macaque
The macaque and the baboon appear to be the non-human animals, in which menstruation has been most carefully observed. Noun any monkey of the genus Macaca, chiefly of Asia, characterized by cheek pouches and, usually, a short tail: several species are threatened o Arts Arantxa 2015.11.02 15:39
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grub
woodpecker finch that selects twigs to dig out insects and grubs from tree bark. Noun the thick-bodied, sluggish young of certain insects, esp. the beetle. Arts Tao 2015.11.02 15:39
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twig
There is a woodpecker finch that selects twigs to dig out insects open mollusks. Noun a small very thin stem of wood that grows from a branch on a tree Arts Luna 2015.11.02 15:39
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instinctual
And, if we follow the RAYBURN pattern, as consciously or by an INSTINCTUAL political sense I like to think I have followed it - Adjective prompted by or resulting from or as if from instinct; natural; unlearned: Commerce madina 2015.11.02 15:42
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foresight
n + Sharpe has become over the years a singular monument to the mechanical FORESIGHT of its founder, Joseph R. Brown, and a world-renowned synonym for - Noun care or provision for the future; provident care; prudence. Arts madina 2015.11.02 15:44
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peer
Macaques that had been allowed just twenty minutes of daily paly with peers. Noun your peers are the people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class etc Arts Luna 2015.11.02 15:51
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rigidly
Common to monkeys, apes, and humans is the fact that behavior and social life are not rigidly programmed by the genes Adjective stiff or unyielding; not pliant or flexible; hard: - a rigid strip of metal Arts sdf 2015.11.03 00:47
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mollusks
Sea otters use rocks to break open mollusks which are important in their diet Noun any invertebrate of the phylum Mollusca, typically having a calcareous shell of one, two, or more pieces that wholly or partly enclose the soft, unsegmented body, including the chitons, snails, bivalves, squids, and octopuses Arts Sadaf 2015.11.03 01:05
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flick
Nonja's specialty is a splatter patter, which she makes by splattering paint onto the paper by flicking her wrist. Verb to strike lightly with a whip, the finger, etc. Arts Minjung 2015.11.03 08:49
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society
The society has changed very fast just because of the internet Noun A body of individuals living as members of a community:community Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 00:28
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researchers
Researchers used different kind of tools/technology to find what they need Noun To make researches investigate carefully Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 00:54
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tool
The number one tool used world wide is computers which has a verity of things Noun Any instrument of manual operation Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 01:08
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profit
The gained profit by fixing broken phones computers and t.v's Noun The ratio such pecuniary gain to the amount of capital invested Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 01:15
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communication
Long distance communication is now easy and faster due to internet services. Noun To express thoughts, feelings or information easily or effectively Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 01:30
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programed
List night I tried to programed my computer but it was failed Noun Setting an order and time for planned events Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 17:07
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engage
Kids engage with there online social life more than outside activities Verb T0 occupy the attention or efforts of ( a person or persons);He engaged her in conversation Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 17:19
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interaction
Interaction more common on text than on email Noun The state of undergoing interaction Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 17:28
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rely
China rely on there own technology Verb To depend confidently: put trust in ( usually followed by on or upon):you can rely on her work Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 17:39
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master
Anna is the master of computers and technology Noun One that has control over another persons, a group of persons, or a thing, especially Arts Sadaf 2015.11.07 17:47
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adolescence
All people face the piorid of adolescence for growing up. Noun the period of life when a child develops into an adult Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:01
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kinship
He felt a deep kinship with his families. Noun the stare of being related to the people in your family Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:04
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ovulation
she should keep to check the ovulation if she wants to have baby. Noun the discharge of a mature ovum from the ovary Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:08
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nourish
To plenty Chlidren, it should good fresh food nourish them. Verb to provide(someone or something)with food and other things that are needed to live,be healthy, etc Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:13
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rudimentary
I have only rudimentary knowledge of English Adjective basic or simple Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:16
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termite
Termite is one of peculiar ants Noun a kind of soft, white insect that lives in groups,eats wood, and causes a lot of damage to wooden structires Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:20
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elaborate
If you want to find the suspect, you have to explain elaborate that accident. Adjective made or done with much detail Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:23
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twig
Sloths live on a diet of leave and twigs Noun a small shoot or branch usually without its leave Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:27
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reveal
He cannot reveal his identify Verb to make (someone)known Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:31
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hereditary
Many people believe that panic is a hereditary disease. Adjective passed or able to be passed from parent to child bofore birth Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.07 22:34
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instinctive
She is an instinctive engineer Verb Of, relating to, or of the nature of instinct Arts Sadaf 2015.11.08 15:46
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accumulating
He is good at accumulating un used computer Verb To gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth Arts Sadaf 2015.11.08 15:51
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evident
It was evident that the boys phone was jailebreak Adjective Plain or clear to the sight or understanding his frown made it evident to all that he was displeased. It evident that the project was a tota Arts Sadaf 2015.11.08 15:57
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distinguish
Face recognition system can easily distinguish her between her twin sister. Verb to notice or understand the difference between two things, or to make one person or thing seem different from another Arts yiran 2015.11.08 22:08
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foresight
No one had enough foresight to predict the function of the robot in the future. Noun the ability to judge correctly what is going to happen in the future and plan your actions based on this knowledge Arts yiran 2015.11.08 22:09
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probe
The gastroscope is used to probe the stomach disease. Verb To examine something with a tool, especially in order to find something that is hidden Arts yiran 2015.11.08 22:10
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elaborate
The operation of the new game is elaborate, many new players gave up to attempt. Adjective Containing a lot of careful detail or many detailed parts Arts yiran 2015.11.08 22:17
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gradually
The system of the smartphone becomes improvement gradually. Adv slowly over a period of time or a distance Arts yiran 2015.11.08 23:02
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terrestrial
This kind of terrestrial animal evolved from the sea. Noun (of animals) living on the land rather than in the water or air. Arts yiran 2015.11.08 23:13
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concentration
This machine could check oxygen concentration quickly. Noun A large number or amount of something in the same place. Arts yiran 2015.11.08 23:23
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hereditary
At least, it is fairly clear that ADHD is hereditary. Noun occurring among members of a family usually by heredity Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 07:21
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anthropologist
An anthropologist studies people and cultures in a scientific manner. Noun A social scientist who specializes in anthropology Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 07:25
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copulation
About three days after copulation, the hen starts laying eggs. Noun the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:03
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elaborate
My daughter made an elaborate artwork this weekend. Adjective marked by complexity and richness of detail Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:11
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rudimentary
I have only rudimentary knowledge of art. Adjective being or involving basic facts or principle Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:15
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foraging
The wild bear came into the village for foraging. Verb the act of searching for food and provisions Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:18
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fend
The youngsters had to fend for themselves after their the parents died. Verb try to manage without help Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:20
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fend
The youngsters had to fend for themselves after their the parents died. Verb try to manage without help Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:20
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ethnographer
Ethnographers are participant observers. Noun - Ethnography means the branch of anthropology that provides scientific description of individual human societies. Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:23
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hominid
Chimps can fill in for early hominids in terms of ability and lifestyle. Noun a primate of the family hominidae Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:28
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ovulate
Women ovulate about once every month. Verb pruduce and discharge eggs Arts Minjung 2015.11.09 09:31
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reveal
In 2015 with a lot of technology it is more easier to reveal information online . Verb To make known ; disclose Arts huda 2015.11.09 13:18
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conducted
MY friend use a lot of technology and computer program to conducted his time Verb to behave or manage - - to lead or guide - - Arts huda 2015.11.09 13:26
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dominance
By technology the Zoologists can know more about animals dominance . Noun rule; control; authority; ascendancy. Arts huda 2015.11.09 13:33
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tendencies
when I have my GPS with me; I can change my tendencies easier . Noun a natural or prevailing disposition to move, proceed, or act in some direction or toward some point, end, or result. Arts huda 2015.11.09 13:42
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elaborate
MY brother who is a dentist . He work with elaborate skill and that why he is a famous dentist in my city . Adjective worked out with great care and nicety of detail; executed with great minuteness. Arts huda 2015.11.09 13:48
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varied
My friend was studying information technology but after she had her fist baby. She varied to early childhood education program . Adjective changed; altered . Arts huda 2015.11.09 13:58
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converse
When we sat at dinner table ,everyone should put their technology devices away and we converse about our day . Verb to talk informally with another or others; exchange views, opinions, etc., by talking Arts huda 2015.11.09 14:02
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fend
Technology fend for our generation a lot of good resources to improve our standard life . Verb to shift; provide. Arts huda 2015.11.09 14:06
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troop
During the internet people can have a hug troop of friends overall the world . Noun an assemblage of persons or things; company; band. - - a great number or multitude Arts huda 2015.11.09 17:07
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kinship
Nowadays a lot of teenager prefer their friends who they contact with them during technology devices than their kinship . Noun 1-the state or fact of being of kin; family relationship. - - 2-relationship by nature, qualities, etc.; affinity Arts huda 2015.11.09 17:13
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reliance
Nowadays human reliance on modern technology is much greater. Noun confident or trustful dependence. Commerce madina 2015.11.09 19:06
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rigidly
New generation is rigidly depended on mobile phones. Adjective stiff or unyielding; not pliant or flexible; hard; strictly. Commerce madina 2015.11.09 19:24
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hereditary
Now doctors can use technologies to clinical testing in hereditary cancers. Adjective passing, or capable of passing, naturally from parent to offspring through the genes Commerce madina 2015.11.09 19:39
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reversed
What is the reversed side of technology? Adjective opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or character. Arts madina 2015.11.09 19:55
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dine
In nearest future you will dine in cafe where food prepared by robots. Noun to eat the principal meal of the day; have dinner. Arts madina 2015.11.09 20:05
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quantitative
on this page you can find overview of quantitative science and technology research. Adjective that is or may be estimated by quantity. Arts madina 2015.11.09 20:11
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lack
Lack of wi-fi can lead to stress. Noun deficiency or absence of something needed, desirable, or customary. Arts madina 2015.11.09 20:17
1170
nourish
In nearest future cars will nourish by electricity. Verb to sustain with food or nutriment; supply with what is necessary for life, health, and growt Arts madina 2015.11.09 20:24
1171
intrinsic
The intelligence is not intrinsic to robots. Adjective belonging to a thing by its very nature. Economics madina 2015.11.09 20:36
1172
spouse
When spouses are far from each other they use technology to have conversation. Noun either member of a married pair in relation to the other; one's husband or wife. Commerce madina 2015.11.09 20:40
1173
anthropologist
The sociologist and anthropologist answer that the work is the relationship. Noun a social scientist who specializes in anthropology. Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:23
1174
foresight
I had other reasons for thinking this opinion to be a mistaken one, but this article is not about my foresight. Noun an act of looking forward Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:26
1175
fatal
Television, especially cable news, has a fatal weakness for the superficial and the shiny. Adjective causing or capable of causing death Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:31
1176
instinctive
Cats have an instinctive desire to hunt. Adjective based on feelings or desires that do not come from thinking or learning Arts crystal 2015.11.09 21:34
1177
adolescence
And Shipka is especially skilled at conveying the confusion, awkwardness, and anger of adolescence. Noun the process or state of growing to maturity. Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:39
1178
demonstrate
The latest test results clearly demonstrate that the vaccine works. Verb to make evident or establish by arguments or reasoning; to describe, explain, or illustrate by examples, specimens, experiments Arts crystal 2015.11.09 21:39
1179
engage
The story engaged my interest. Verb to occupy the attention or efforts of (a person or persons), to secure for aid, employment, use, etc. Arts crystal 2015.11.09 21:43
1180
elaborate
The most elaborate Easter eggs are not even real eggs. Adjective worked out with great care and nicety of detail Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:45
1181
territory
The two sides continued to dispute the ownership of the territory. Noun any tract of land; region or district. Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:49
1182
fend
In future he will have to fend for himself. Verb to ward off (often followed by off), to resist or make defense, try to get along without help - , to provide a livelihood Arts crystal 2015.11.09 21:50
1183
spread
In the summer heat, the smell of decay was beginning to spread. Verb to draw, stretch, or open out, especially over a flat surface, as something rolled or folded (often followed by out). Arts crystal 2015.11.09 21:53
1184
emphasized
He emphasized its importance to me. Verb to give emphasis to; lay stress upon; stress: Arts Kano 2015.11.09 21:55
1185
probe
For many years, I have probed for understanding. Verb If you probe into something, you ask questions or try to discover facts about it. Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 21:55
1186
tremendous
He has a tremendous amount of energy. Adjective extraordinarily great in size, amount, or intensity Arts crystal 2015.11.09 21:56
1187
rigidly
My father is very rigidly in his thinking. Adv Laws, rules, or systems that are rigid cannot be changed or varied, and are therefore considered to be rather severe. Law xinghong 2015.11.09 21:57
1188
dominance
Every group want to establish dominance over the other group。 Noun The dominance of a particular person or thing is the fact that they are more powerful, successful, or important than other people or things. Commerce xinghong 2015.11.09 22:00
1189
contend
Romney is probably going to have to contend with him for a while. Verb to struggle in opposition, to assert or maintain earnestly Arts crystal 2015.11.09 22:02
1190
termite
This is no human city, of course. It is a termite mound. Noun any of numerous pale-colored, soft-bodied, chiefly tropical social insects, of the order Isoptera, that feed on wood Arts Kano 2015.11.09 22:03
1191
surface
The same old problems would surface again. Verb The surface of something is the flat top part of it or the outside of it. Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:03
1192
termite
The house has a lot of termite damage. Noun any of numerous pale-colored, soft-bodied, chiefly tropical social insects, of the order Isoptera, that feed on wood, some being highly destructive to buildings, furniture, etc. Arts crystal 2015.11.09 22:05
1193
copulation
For Darwin, mate choice simply stopped at copulation. Noun sexual intercourse. Arts Kano 2015.11.09 22:07
1194
elaborate
My friend she is known for his elaborate costumes. Verb If you elaborate a plan or theory, you develop it by making it more complicated and more effective. Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:08
1195
elaborate
Can you elaborate on the vow of poverty, one that all Jesuits take? Verb to work out carefully or minutely; develop to perfection, to add details to; Arts crystal 2015.11.09 22:09
1196
rudimentary
This shows that I have a rudimentary grasp of economics. Adjective Rudimentary things are very basic or simple and are therefore unsatisfactory. Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:11
1197
accumulate
The notion that one should accumulate credentials before launching a venture simply does not exist. Verb to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; Arts crystal 2015.11.09 22:13
1198
foraging
We disturbed a wild boar that had been foraging by the squirrel Verb When animals forage, they search for food. Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:14
1199
exogamy
Exogamy remains much less prevalent among African Americans. Noun marriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:18
1200
fend
After the war orphans will be left to fend for themselves. Verb If you have to fend for yourself, you have to look after yourself without relying on help from anyone else. Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:24
1201
estrus
Animals are dangerous during the estrus. Noun applies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity - Arts xinghong 2015.11.09 22:29
1202
accumulate
The notion that one should accumulate credentials before launching a venture simply does not exist. Verb to gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; Arts crystal 2015.11.09 22:35
1203
aspect
I have done various aspects preparation before i came to Canada Noun one ‹part of a ‹situation, ‹problem, ‹subject, etc Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:18
1204
reverse
My location is reverse to other side of the earth. Verb to ‹change the ‹direction, ‹order, ‹position, ‹result, etc. of something to ‹its ‹opposite Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:19
1205
bottom
I can find the some quotations at the bottom of the textbook in china. Noun the ‹lowest ‹part of something: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:24
1206
fatal
some small mistakes will cause fatal issues. Adjective A fatal ‹illness, ‹accident, etc. ‹causes ‹death: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:26
1207
foresight
I should have studied harder in university if i have the foresight Noun the ‹ability to ‹judge correctly what is going to ‹happen in the ‹future and ‹plan ‹your ‹actions ‹based on this ‹knowledge: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:28
1208
accumulate
you can only accumulate knowledge in long term learning. Verb to ‹collect a ‹large ‹number of things over a ‹long ‹period of ‹time: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:30
1209
converse
Not every converse of equation is still right Adjective the ‹opposite: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:33
1210
forage
people forage every where in a famine Verb to go from ‹place to ‹place ‹searching, ‹especially for ‹food: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:34
1211
nourish
Nourishing children is the duty of parents Verb to ‹provide ‹people or ‹living things with ‹food in ‹order to make them ‹grow and ‹keep them ‹healthy: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:35
1212
intrinsic
One Chinese philosopher consider that the first intrinsic of people is goodness Noun being an ‹extremely ‹important and ‹basic ‹characteristic of a ‹person or thing: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.09 23:38
1213
hereditary
She believes that hereditary peerages should be abolished. Adjective tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity Arts taylor 2015.11.09 23:51
1214
demonstrate
The government's going to great lengths to demonstrate its military might. Verb show or demonstrate something to an interested audience Arts taylor 2015.11.09 23:53
1215
tremendous
He brought a tremendous infusion of hope to the people. Adjective extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree Arts taylor 2015.11.09 23:54
1216
adaptive
Societies need to develop highly adaptive behavioural rules for survival. Adjective having a capacity for adaptation Arts taylor 2015.11.09 23:56
1217
primate
14 per cent of primate species are highly endangered. Noun A primate is a member of the group of mammals which includes humans, monkeys, and apes. Arts taylor 2015.11.09 23:57
1218
foresight
They had the foresight to invest in new technology. Noun Someone's foresight is their ability to see what is likely to happen in the future and to take appropriate action. Arts taylor 2015.11.09 23:58
1219
debatable
This is a highly debatable point. Adjective open to doubt or debate;open to argument or debate Arts taylor 2015.11.10 00:00
1220
termite
Termite often destroys wood. Noun whitish soft-bodied ant-like social insect that feeds on wood. Arts taylor 2015.11.10 00:01
1221
elaborate
In case anyone was following me, I made an elaborate detour. Verb add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing Arts taylor 2015.11.10 00:02
1222
exclusive
People will always pay top dollar for something exclusive. Adjective not divided or shared with others. Arts taylor 2015.11.10 00:03
1223
intercourse
They want to cuddle and have intercourse. Noun the act of having sex Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:22
1224
dominance
Televisions occupy dominance in our lives . Noun the fact of being more powerful, more important, or more noticeable than other people or things Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:30
1225
anthropologist
Anthropologists use new technologies to study ancient humans. Noun the scientific study of people, their societies, Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:33
1226
distinguish
I can distinguish iPhone from other smart phones. Verb to recognize and understand the difference between two or more things or people. Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:35
1227
devise
Scientists devise a new technology to identify animals' gene. Verb to plan or invent a new way of doing something Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:38
1228
primitive
Primitive people did not have modern technologies. Adjective belonging to a simple way of life that existed in the past and does not have modern industries and machines Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:40
1229
gesture
A new technology is that you can use a gesture to open your TV. Noun a movement of part of your body, especially your hands or head, to show what you mean or how you feel Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:42
1230
emphasize
The report emphasizes | the importance of developing new technologies. Noun to say something in a strong way Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:44
1231
adolescence
Person in adolescence adapt to the various of new technologies. Noun the time, usually between the ages of 12 and 18, when a young person is developing into an adult Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:48
1232
reproductive
In the future, all the things can be reproductive. Adjective relating to the process of producing babies, young animals, or plants Arts Luna 2015.11.10 01:51
1233
modify
You can modify the code to contain anything you like. Verb to make small changes to something in order to improve it and make it more suitable or effective Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:09
1234
fatal
This Computer viru led to fatal results Adjective resulting in someone's death Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:12
1235
eventually
Yet in a grid environment we have to be cognizant of the fact that people around the world may eventually tap into these applications. Adv n§tu§al§ly - after a long time, or after a lot of things have happened Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:13
1236
copulation
Copulation could be used for alliance and protection among animals of the same sex. Noun to have sex Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:15
1237
isolation
This is the strongest isolation level. Noun when one group, person, or thing is separate from others Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:17
1238
hereditary
Is this disease hereditary? Adjective a quality or illness that is hereditary is passed from a parent to a child before the child is born Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:18
1239
concentration
The challenge is to have the power of concentration to shut that out. Noun the ability to think about something carefully or for a long time Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:21
1240
preceding
In the preceding step, you built the SIMH simulator. Noun happening or coming before the time, place, or part mentioned Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:22
1241
rigidly
We recommend that you enforce this practice rigidly Adv in a ‹stiff or ‹fixed way, without ‹bending or ‹moving Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:23
1242
instinctive
This is instinctive to touch the screen. Adjective based on instinct and not involving thought Arts EMERALD 2015.11.10 02:25
1243
isolation
Some people say welcome to the isolation technologies because sometimes technology creates isolation from society Noun The state of being in a place or situation that is separate from other. Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 08:44
1244
witnessed
Witnessed engages technology systems to prove and investigate crime cases. Noun A person who sees something (such as a crime) happen Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 08:48
1245
crawl
My daughter is crawling across the floor like a snake. Verb To move with the body close to or on the ground. Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 09:00
1246
nourished
Last year my family nourished about 50 homeless. Verb To provide (someone or something) with food and other things that are needed to live, be healthy. Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 09:13
1247
peers
Our peers of the neighborhood can be influenced by use social media. Noun A person who belongs to the same age group or social group as someone else Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 09:22
1248
twigs
Primates use twigs as a tools. Noun A small shoot or branch usually without its leaves Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 09:26
1249
attempts
Sheridan College attempts to improve the Internet Speed. Verb To try to do (something): to try to accomplish or complete (somethings) Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 09:32
1250
suitable
The use of iPads in the ESL Program is suitable to improve the learning interactive between students. Adjective Having the qualities that are right, needed, or appropriate for something Arts Daniela 2015.11.10 09:39
1251
rely
We know now that monkeys and apes also rely on learning Verb Be dependent Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 10:23
1252
reliance
But human reliance on tools is much greater Noun Dependence, trust Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 10:25
1253
wheat
Wheat is food not a any kind of technology Noun the grain of any cereal grass of the genus Triticum, especially T. aestivum, used in the form of flour for making bread, cakes, etc., and for other culinary and nutritional purposes. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:15
1254
distinguish
What distinguish Apple from Microsoft is always a matter of discussion Noun Differentiate Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:17
1255
fend
One should fend for oneself instead of worrying about how good one is using computers Noun to resist or make defense: to fend against poverty. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:21
1256
reveal
Our technology reveal about development of human. Verb Make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 11:24
1257
nourish
He is more concern about his phone than to nourish his poor dog Noun To feed Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:24
1258
mating
I researched on google what kind of mating monkeys have Noun Become partners, copulate Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:27
1259
isolation
Telephone is not isolation with human. Noun The process or fact of isolating or being isolated Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 11:31
1260
reliable
My memory's none too reliable since I use Internet to remember everything Noun that may be relied on or trusted; dependable in achievement, accuracy, honesty, etc.: reliable information. Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:32
1261
cease
I ceased to be an internet addict Noun To stop Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:35
1262
rely
The new IPhone 6S has quality you can rely on Noun Trust, have confidence Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:37
1263
reliance
Their reliance on technology is really serious Noun Dependence, trust Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 11:41
1264
kinship
The strong ties of kinship determine why human can pass on technology to the generation by generation Noun Kinship is the relationship between members of the same family. Arts Tao 2015.11.10 12:04
1265
reliance
I don't have any reliance to technology Noun the ‹state of ‹depending on or ‹trusting in something or someone Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:10
1266
bark
Phones don't have bark, but trees does Noun the hard ‹outer ‹covering of a ‹tree Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:13
1267
thirsty
You don't need technology at the desert while you experiencing thirsty, you need a water Adjective ‹needing to ‹drink Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:16
1268
purpose
We need to understand the purpose of improving technology Noun why you do something or why something ‹exists Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:19
1269
elaborate
We need to elaborate new antivirus Noun ‹containing a lot of ‹careful ‹detail or many ‹detailed ‹parts Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:23
1270
gestures
New phones could understand our gestures Noun a ‹movement of the ‹hands, ‹arms, or ‹head, etc. to ‹express an ‹idea or ‹feeling Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:25
1271
tract
You can read this tract online Noun a ‹short ‹piece of writing, ‹especially on a ‹religious or ‹political ‹subject, that is ‹intended to ‹influence other people's ‹opinions Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:27
1272
rudimentary
You need to have rudimentary knowledge of how technology works to use your phone Adjective ‹basic Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:30
1273
elaborate
mark zuckelburg elaborated about the new features of facebook that will be coming soon Verb develop or present Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:30
1274
curbing
The word curbing is not about technology Verb to ‹control or ‹limit something that is not ‹wanted Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:32
1275
bark
the new robot dog could bark very loudly Noun the sharp cry of certain animals e.g dogs Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:32
1276
profit
we can all profit from technology Noun advantage; benefit; - gain Arts Arantxa 2015.11.10 13:33
1277
thirsty
New generation is very thirsty about the latest technology. Noun feeling a need to dring smth Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:34
1278
kin
It is difficult to create an example with word kin and technology in one sentence but, I did Noun family and ‹relations Arts eugen 2015.11.10 13:36
1279
isolation
isolation is one of the most common problems of the new generation when they use to much techneology. Noun the procces or the fact of beiing isolated Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:37
1280
mating
People use techneology as a new way of mating Noun the sexual acction of animals or people Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:38
1281
fend
New generation fend themselves from the dangerous ofwhat techneology can provide Noun defend oneselv Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:39
1282
attemps
People attemps to meet new people via techneology. Noun the action you take of doing somtheing Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:40
1283
reveal
Youngsters reveal a lot of new things by using techneology Noun to make Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:41
1284
engage
Computer engage with internet in our life Verb Occupy, attract, or involve (someone™s interest or attention) Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 13:41
1285
captivity
The scientists create a new machine that make monster in captivity. Noun the situation in which a person or animal is kept somewhere and is not allowed to leave Arts yiran 2015.11.10 13:42
1286
suitable
New generation found out to be more suitable by using techneology Noun feeling that you belong somewhere Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:43
1287
rudimentary
This new employees have a rudimentary knowledge of how to use this kind of machine. Adjective basic Arts yiran 2015.11.10 13:44
1288
hereditary
We can use technology to study hereditary Adjective (Of a title, office, or right) conferred by or based on inheritance Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 13:44
1289
division
The division of math is being taught in primary school,but in middle school in other areas Noun The division of a large unit into two or more distinct parts is the act of separating it into these parts Arts Tao 2015.11.10 13:44
1290
articulate
Techneology is a new and more easy way of articulate Noun having joints Arts mikel 2015.11.10 13:44
1291
tremendous
Our technology had tremendous development last year. Adjective Very great in amount, scale, or intensity Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 13:48
1292
analogue
Now, our tv set-top box is from analogue TV to digital TV Noun a physical object or quantity such as a pointer on a dial or a voltage, used to measure or represent another quantity. Arts Tao 2015.11.10 13:48
1293
omnivorous
Maybe one day, when the scientists change the gene of omnivorous animals, they just need eat one kind of food. Adjective naturally able to eat both plants and meat Arts yiran 2015.11.10 13:49
1294
pattern
The pattern of system is easy to using Noun A repeated decorative designR Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 13:52
1295
grub
A grub is a kind of disgusting worm Noun Verb grub: search for something. - - noun grub: A grub is a young insect which is just come out of an egg Arts Tao 2015.11.10 13:53
1296
foresight
Designing a phone need foresight for population. Noun The ability to predict or the action of predicting what will happen or be needed in the future Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 13:54
1297
crumple
He designed and patented crumpleproof cloth made from recycled materials Verb if you crumple something such as paper or cloth. it is squashed and become full of untidy creases and folds Arts Tao 2015.11.10 13:57
1298
crumple
Crumple paper into Sheridan garbage box. Verb Crush (something, typically paper or cloth) so that it becomes creased and wrinkled Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 13:58
1299
fatal
The bug is a fatal mistakes to this app. Adjective Causing death Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 14:01
1300
gesture
The designer refuse was merely a deliberate gesture. Noun A movement of part of the body, especially a hand or the head, to express an idea or meaning Arts Roger_W 2015.11.10 14:05
1301
probe
scientist have probed into impacts of genematically modified food for many years Noun Verb: if you probe into something, you ask questions or try to discover facts - - noun: investigation Arts Tao 2015.11.10 14:44
1302
termite
Nowadys some office block modeled on termite nests with using anti-climate change materials. Noun Termite are small insects that eat wood. Arts Tao 2015.11.10 16:12
1303
copulation
Technology can help animals copulation and reproduce. Noun sexual intercourse. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:33
1304
termite
Scientists invented termite detector. Noun any of numerous pale-colored, soft-bodied, chiefly tropical social insects, of the order Isoptera, that feed on wood Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:35
1305
emphasized
Architecture technology emphasized fieldwork. Verb to give emphasis to; lay stress upon; stress: | Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:38
1306
territory
Territory issues will come through a variety of media coverage and debate. Noun any tract of land; region or district Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:41
1307
elaborate
When the interviewer elaborated information, the reporter with a recorder to record. Adjective worked out with great care and nicety of detail Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:45
1308
adolescence
Some teenagers wanted to become hacker in adolescence. Noun the process or state of growing to maturity. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:48
1309
fatal
Television, especially cable news, has a fatal weakness for the superficial and the shiny. Adjective causing or capable of causing death Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 22:59
1310
foresight
Human being have more foresight when they play chess with machines. Noun an act of looking forward Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 23:05
1311
anthropologist
The sociologist and anthropologist answer that the work is the relationship. Noun a social scientist who specializes in anthropology. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 23:06
1312
rigidly
The food undergo a rigidly safety inspection. Adjective stiff or unyielding; not pliant or flexible; hard: Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.10 23:11
1313
subside
The once-in-a-century flash flood subsides now! Verb to sink to a low or lower level. - - to become less active. Arts Tao 2015.11.15 21:55
1314
autistic
A lot of parents are looking for high-tech treatment for autistic children Adjective An autistic person suffers from autism Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:09
1315
straightforward
Disposable diapers for new inventions are fairly straightforward to put on. - Adjective If you describe something as straightforward, you approve of it because it is easy to do or understand. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:10
1316
abrupt
The recession brought an abrupt halt to this science and technology. Adjective An abrupt change or action is very sudden, often in a way which is unpleasant. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:11
1317
prey
Scientists have installed a tracker on the lion's prey. Noun A creature's prey are the creatures that it hunts and eats in order to live. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:12
1318
jiggling
A new generation of weight loss equipment to lose weight by jiggling the body. Verb If you jiggle something, you move it quickly up and down or from side to side. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:13
1319
immature
Now take the spacecraft to the moon tourism is Immature. Adjective Something or someone that is immature is not yet completely grown or fully developed. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:14
1320
vaccinated
The technique of a new type of vaccinated has made people not feel pain. - Verb If a person or animal is vaccinated, they are given a vaccine, usually by injection, to prevent them from getting a disease. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:16
1321
resist
People resist the purchase of electronic products that reveal the user's information. Verb If you resist something such as a change, you refuse to accept it and try to prevent it. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:18
1322
reciprocal
Scientific and technological progress and economic development are reciprocal Adjective A reciprocal action or agreement involves two people or groups who do the same thing to each other or agree to help each another in a similar way. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:19
1323
enforce
Some mobile phone software exists the phenomenon of enforce payment. Verb If people in authority enforce a law or a rule, they make sure that it is obeyed, usually by punishing people who do not obey it. Arts xinghong 2015.11.16 20:21
1324
dominant
In early 1977, they founded Apple Computer which quickly became one of the dominant forces in the personal-computer field. Adjective ruling, governing, or controlling; having or exerting authority or influence Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 20:27
1325
slaughter
Slaughter machine making the meat processing has high efficiency. Noun the killing or butchering of cattle, sheep, etc., especially for food. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 20:47
1326
associated
It is associated with armies and navies, and an unlimited police force. Verb to connect or bring into relation, as thought, feeling, memory Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 20:51
1327
abrupt
The abrupt slant of the hill gives the building an additional. Adjective sudden or unexpected Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 21:19
1328
eliminated
Backward equipment will be eliminated. Noun to remove or get rid of, especially as being in some way undesirable Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 21:28
1329
deny
He didn't deny the facts that use the cellphone during the exam. Verb to state that (something declared or believed to be true) is not true Arts crystal 2015.11.16 21:34
1330
muffle
Through the engine muffler of the car , it can reduce sound pollution. Verb to wrap with something to deaden or prevent sound Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 21:37
1331
straightforward
Using the computer program is fairly straightforward. Adjective easy to do or understand : not complicated Arts crystal 2015.11.16 21:38
1332
alarm
Fire alarm can reduce people injuries. Noun a sudden fear or distressing suspense caused by an awareness of danger; apprehension; fright. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 21:45
1333
repulsed
At the first brush, the enemy was repulsed by the advanced weapon. Verb to cause feelings of repulsion in Arts crystal 2015.11.16 21:45
1334
pounce
Fraud squad officers had bugged the phone and were ready to pounce. Verb to swoop down suddenly and grasp Arts crystal 2015.11.16 21:49
1335
tolerate
The teacher cannot tolerate using cellphone on the class. Verb to allow the existence, presence, practice, or act of without prohibition or hindrance; permit. Arts crystal 2015.11.16 21:52
1336
hormone
Computer games will stimulate hormones. Noun a regulatory substance produced in an organism and transported in tissue fluids such as blood or sap to stimulate specific cells or tissues into action. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 21:54
1337
ranch
These examples barely touch future prospects in the technology of farm and ranch management. Noun an establishment maintained for raising livestock under range conditions. Arts crystal 2015.11.16 21:57
1338
onslaught
The onslaught of orders should keep aircraft manufactures busy for some time. Noun an onset, assault, or attack, especially a vigorous one. Arts crystal 2015.11.16 22:01
1339
shrill
Audio equipment will sound shrill when a phone close it. Adjective high-pitched and piercing in sound quality Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 22:01
1340
recoil
People recoil who live near a nuclear power plant because they are concerned about health. Verb to draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust. Arts Kano_Ruan 2015.11.16 22:08
1341
squeeze
This machine helps you to squeeze more juice out. Verb to apply pressure to in order to extract juice, sap, or the like Arts crystal 2015.11.16 22:14
1342
seldom
They seldom talk on technology in those day. Adv on only a few occasions; rarely; infrequently; not often Arts crystal 2015.11.16 22:17
1343
apparatus
They lacked the scientific personnel to develop the technical apparatus much further. Noun a group or combination of instruments, machinery, tools, materials, etc., having a particular function or intended for a specific use Arts crystal 2015.11.16 22:20
1344
ultimate
Our ultimate objective is the removal of all nuclear weapons. Adjective most ‹extreme or ‹important because either the ‹original or ‹final, or the ‹best or ‹worst Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 18:24
1345
virtual
The Virtual Reality is a new technology. Adjective almost a ‹particular thing or ‹quality: Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 18:58
1346
autism
The cause of autism is unknown. Noun a ‹failure to ‹develop ‹social ‹abilities, ‹language, and other ‹communication ‹skills to the ‹usual ‹level Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 19:02
1347
subside
The H5N1 was subsided. Verb If a ‹condition subsides, it ‹becomes less ‹strong or ‹extreme Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 19:09
1348
intense
They have warned the world to expect more frequent and intense extreme weather events. Adjective extreme and ‹forceful or (of a ‹feeling) very ‹strong Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 19:12
1349
repulse
You was repulse by fingerprint identification. Noun to ‹push away or ‹refuse something or someone ‹unwanted, ‹especially to successfully ‹stop a ‹physical ‹attack against you Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 19:20
1350
distress
They sent a distress rocket. Noun a ‹feeling of ‹extreme ‹worry, sadness, or ‹pain: Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 20:53
1351
prey
Genes allow them to crawl around and engulf their prey. Verb an ‹animal that is ‹hunted and ‹killed for ‹food by another ‹animal Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 20:58
1352
shrill
I was awaked by the shrill alarm every morning. Adjective having a ‹loud and high ‹sound that is ‹unpleasant or ‹painful to ‹listen to Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 21:10
1353
trigger
The detailed ESB design trigger another set of issues. Verb to ‹cause something ‹bad to ‹start Arts EMERALD 2015.11.22 21:17
1354
straightforward
Nor does scientific knowledge obtain by straightforward experiments and observations. Adjective easy to ‹understand or ‹simple: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:38
1355
intense
intense heat will shift the result of experiment Adjective extreme and ‹forceful or (of a ‹feeling) very ‹strong: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:42
1356
slaughter
more and more machines are applied in slaughtering Verb the ‹killing of ‹animals for ‹meat: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:43
1357
costume
scientists can get many information from the costume that the ancients wear. Noun the set of ‹clothes typical of a particular country or period of history, or suitable for a particular activity Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:47
1358
repulse
nowadays women have various tools to repulse the criminals. Verb to push away or refuse something or someone unwanted, especially to successfully stop a physical attack against you: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:52
1359
predator
scientist try to figure out how predators get their prey. Noun an animal that hunts, kills, and other animals: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:56
1360
eliminate
to eliminate the side effects from some medicine to hard than develop a new one. Verb to remove or take away someone or something: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 22:59
1361
recoil
Recoil from death is a nature self - preservation Verb to move back because of fear or disgust (= dislike or disapproval): Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 23:02
1362
tolerate
This plant prefers alkaline soil, though it will readily tolerate some acidity. Verb to accept behavior and beliefs that are different from your own, although you might not agree with or approve of them: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 23:03
1363
desperate
many experiments will end with an desperate situation. Adjective very serious or bad: Arts Neo_wu 2015.11.22 23:05
1364
deny
Although we life in the 21 century ,Many schools deny the technology in the class room Verb to refuse to agree or accede to Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:14
1365
intense
Chatting during the dinner time ,it is intense anger Adjective acute, strong, or vehement, as sensations, feelings, or emotions: - Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:25
1366
recoil
When I watch my child video ,it recoil me to the moment that he was a cute baby. Verb to draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:28
1367
abrupt
Nowadays is difficult to imagine what will be happen in the future with the abrupt technology movement Adjective sudden or unexpected Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:31
1368
slaughter
I think we should be thoughtful of how we kill the slaughter and do it with mercy Noun the killing or butchering of cattle, sheep, etc., especially for food Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:35
1369
reciprocal
The person who do a cyber bulling should be more emotional and reciprocal of the victim Adjective given or felt by each toward the other; mutual Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:39
1370
wary
Everyone should be wary think for the future and learn from their mistakes Adjective watchful; being on one's guard against danger Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:44
1371
prodded
Every day my friends prodded me on my facebook account Verb to poke or jab with or as if with something pointed Arts huda 2015.11.23 15:47
1372
flinched
Sally flinched ,and be shamed of speechless after having a big trouble with her power point presentation Verb to draw back or shrink, as from what is dangerous, difficult, or unpleasant. Arts huda 2015.11.23 17:50
1373
pressure
The autistic children found pressure to found safety place for hiding from something that they afraid from Noun the exertion of force upon a surface by an object, fluid, etc., in contact with it Arts huda 2015.11.23 18:02
1374
pressure
The autistic children found pressure to found safety place for hiding from something that they afraid from Noun the exertion of force upon a surface by an object, fluid, etc., in contact with it Arts huda 2015.11.23 18:02
1375
predator
Small animals should be very careful to avoid their predators. Noun an animal that lives by killing and eating other animals Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 19:52
1376
immature
Children are immature,but they will grow out of it. Adjective not fully developed or grown Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 19:55
1377
recoil
we recoiled when we faced a big dog Verb to quickly move away from something that is shocking Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 19:58
1378
restraint
Advocating safe sex dilutes the message of restraint. Noun a way of limiting, controlling,or stopping something Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:01
1379
desperate
His desperate situation could not stop him. Adjective very sad and upset because of having little or no hope Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:03
1380
puberty
I guess you and I are both going through puberty these days. Noun the period of life when a person's sexual organs mature and he or she becomes able to have children Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:07
1381
hydraulic
This is why light oils are used as hydraulic fluids. Adjective operated by the pressure of a fluid Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:10
1382
apparatus
Every agreed that two weeks is enough to learn to manipulate the apparatus Noun a tool or piece of equipment used for specific activities Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:13
1383
symbiotic
His work was jarring,yet symbiotic to his own fervent lifestyle. Adjective the relationship between two different kinds of living things that live togather and depend on each other Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:17
1384
reciprocal
There is a reciprocal relation between goals and data Adjective used to describe a relationship in which two people or group agree to do something simila for each other Arts Sunhye_Kwon 2015.11.23 20:21
1385
subside
Side effect will subside when the drug is stopped. Verb to sink to a low or lower level. - to become quiet, less active, or less violent Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 20:53
1386
spell
The crop failure spells disaster for many farmers. Verb to signify; amount to Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 20:58
1387
balk
Don't balk when you help others. Verb to stop, as at an obstacle, and refuse to proceed or to do something specified Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:03
1388
recoil
She recoiled from his touch. Verb to draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:05
1389
hydraulic
Those electric lights make use of hydraulic energy. Adjective operated by, moved by, or employing water or other liquids in motion Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:10
1390
apparatus
Firefighters needed breathing apparatus to enter the burning house. Noun a group or combination of instruments, machinery, tools, materials Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:30
1391
skeptical
People were skeptical about the chances of winning the 2002 World Cup soccer game with Italy. Adjective having an attitude of doubt Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:35
1392
symbiotic
Doctors and patients have a symbiotic relationship. Adjective having an interdependent relationship Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:37
1393
shrill
Suddenly, a girl's shrill voice rises into sky. Noun ADJ a shrill sound is high-pitched and unpleasant. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 21:38
1394
reciprocal
If I helped him, I had reciprocal help from him. Adjective given or felt by each toward the other; mutual Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:40
1395
prod
I prodded him with my elbow. Verb to poke or jab with or as if with something pointed Arts Minjung 2015.11.23 21:43
1396
dominant
the battery is the most dominant part of a phone Adjective most important, powerful, or influential. Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 21:45
1397
stalk
The stalk of a flower works for transporting water. Noun Stalk of a flower, leaf or fruit is the thin part that joins it to the plant or tree. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 21:46
1398
ranch
There are few ranches in China. Noun A ranch is a large farm used for raising animals ,especially cattle, or sheep. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 21:50
1399
flinch
He stares at them whithout flinching. Noun when some one is about to hit U and U do that sudden movement. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 21:55
1400
swing
When young, I liked to play swings. Noun to cause to move to and fro, sway, or oscillate. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 22:21
1401
reciprocal
A reciprocal protocol was studied out last week. Noun given or felt by each toward the other. mutual. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 22:32
1402
abrupt
the new phone I bought had shockingly a very abrupt setting. Adjective sudden and expected. Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 22:35
1403
recoil
she recoiled in fear after dropping her iPhone and breaking her screen Verb suddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust. Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 22:39
1404
chute
Every flight at least has a emergency chute for people to slide down. Noun narrow slope dpwn which people or things can slide. Arts Tao 2015.11.23 22:40
1405
prodded
she prodded him after they joined a dating website and found each other. Verb 1.poke (someone) with a finger, foot, or pointed object Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 22:51
1406
restraint
her parents kept a restraint timing for her and how often she uses the internet Noun a measure or condition that keeps someone or something under control or within limits Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 22:53
1407
symbiotic
she was symbiotic towards her other for buying the new MacBook as her birthday present Adjective interaction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both. Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 22:56
1408
reciprocal
they were reciprocal towards the baby sitter and her online educating skills. Adjective given, felt, or done in return Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 23:07
1409
subside
when your mobile device or laptop is burning hot and slow you should wait for it to subside before you use it again Verb become less intense, violent, or severe Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 23:19
1410
cattle
Scientists want to invent a new system to handle cattle. Noun cows and bulls skept on a farm for their meat or milk Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:20
1411
sufficient
the wires used to connect the video player to the tv are sufficient enough Adjective enough; adequate Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 23:21
1412
autistic
There is a new technology invented to treat autistic kids. Adjective a mental disorder (=problem) that makes people unable to communicate properly, or to form relationships Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:23
1413
repulsed
the engineer was repulsed by the customer after doing a not so great job on repairing their ipad Verb drive back (an attack or attacking enemy) by force Arts Sadaf 2015.11.23 23:24
1414
squeeze
The research budgets are squeezed by government. Verb to press something firmly together with your fingers or hand: Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:26
1415
flinch
The scientists never flinch when they are in a trouble. Verb to move your face or body away from someone or something because you are in pain, frightened, or upset Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:30
1416
progressive
One prominent symptom of the disease is progressive loss of memory. Adjective supporting new or modern ideas and methods, especially in politics and education Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:35
1417
immature
The 3D printing technology is not very immature now. Adjective someone who is immature behaves or thinks in a way that is typical of someone much younger - used to show disapproval Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:38
1418
slaughter
Hundreds of animals had been slaughtered by experiments. Verb 1 | to kill an animal, especially for its meat - 2 | to kill a lot of people in a cruel or violent way Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:40
1419
slaughter
Hundreds of animals had been slaughtered by experiments. Verb 1 | to kill an animal, especially for its meat - 2 | to kill a lot of people in a cruel or violent way Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:40
1420
wary
Scientists need to be very wary when they do some researches and experiments. Adjective someone who is wary is careful because they think something might be dangerous or harmful Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:45
1421
struggle
Scientists have to struggle against all kinds of adversity when they discover a new field. Verb to try extremely hard to achieve something, even though it is very difficult Arts Luna 2015.11.23 23:50
1422
conveyorize
The cattle will be - conveyorized to a new modern frame and fed by a new way. Verb to equip (a factory or the like) with conveyor belts Arts Luna 2015.11.24 00:08
1423
cattle
The use of technology has improved the treatment with the cattle considerately - - Noun cows, bulls, or streers that are kept on a farm or ranch for meat or milk Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 08:12
1424
slaughter
Do you think slaughter technology has been the same for the past 10 years? Noun The act of killing animals for their meat Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 08:18
1425
autism
Director used mini cameras to record children who have autism because he wants to added to the understanding of autism. - Noun a failure to develop social abilities, language, and other communication skills to the usual level - Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:23
1426
slaughter
Every year, thousands of animals were slaughtered in slaughter houses. Noun the killing of animals for meat Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:24
1427
recoil
My car have the best recoil buffers Verb to move back suddenly Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 08:25
1428
recoil
I recoiled in horror when the robot suddenly began to smoke. - Verb to move back because of fear or disgust (= dislike or disapproval) Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:25
1429
squeeze
The fast-paced music put the squeeze on people who do not finish their job. - Noun a situation in which people or things are pushed or forced into a small space: - Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:26
1430
abrupt
The website had an abrupt change that made many users cannot adapt. - Adjective sudden and unexpected, and often unpleasant Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:32
1431
coax
I could coax my sister to save my secret Verb To influence or persuade (a person or animal) to do something by talking in a gentle and friendly way Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 08:32
1432
subside
The new medicine has subsided the suffering of the cancer, but it has side effects. - Verb If a condition subsides, it becomes less strong or extreme Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:37
1433
wary
I remain wary of the use of cellphone in class Adjective Not having or showing complete trust in someone or something that could be dangerous or cause trouble Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 08:44
1434
wary
Scientists are wary of using nuclear energy because it can injure human beings. - Adjective not completely trusting or certain about something or someone - Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:44
1435
skeptical
My grandparents are skeptical about every new technology. - Adjective doubting that something is true or useful - Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:48
1436
hydraulic
New hydraulic model explains the operation principle of the machine clearly. - Adjective operated by or involving the pressure of water or some other liquid Arts yiran 2015.11.24 08:52
1437
subside
The rain will subside at the end of the day - - Verb to become less strong or intense Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 08:55
1438
squeeze
It was a quite simple desire to squeeze her hand Verb to press together the parts and especially the opposite sides of (something) Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 09:00
1439
onslaught
Are you prepare for the onslaught of smart machines? Noun A violent attack Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 09:04
1440
trigger
She pulled the trigger, and the gun went off. Noun Something that causes something else to happen Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 09:11
1441
seek
She has to seek more followers Noun to try to get or achieve (something) Arts Daniela 2015.11.24 09:19
1442
ultimate
He said it is still not possible to predict the ultimate outcome. Noun furthest or highest in degree or order; utmost or extreme Arts kiking 2015.11.24 10:55
1443
autism
She said it added to the understanding of autism. Noun (psychiatry) an abnormal absorption with the self; marked by communication disorders and short attention span and inability to treat others Arts kiking 2015.11.24 10:57
1444
dominant
Most people's dominant emotion is fear. Adjective 1.exercising influence or control - 2.(of genes) producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:00
1445
intense
He was sweating from the intense heat. Adjective in an extreme degree Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:02
1446
slaughter
Lack of chicken feed means that chicken farms are having to slaughter their stock. Verb kill (animals) usually for food consumption Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:04
1447
associate
I haven't been associated with the project over the last year. Verb keep company with; hang out with Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:05
1448
jiggle
He jiggled the doorknob noisily. Noun move to and fro Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:11
1449
anxiety
Her voice was full of anxiety. Noun a relatively permanent state of anxiety occurring in a variety of mental disorders Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:11
1450
squeeze
I liked her way of reassuring you with a squeeze of the hand. Noun the act of gripping and pressing firmly Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:14
1451
harmless
This experiment was harmless to the animals. Adjective not causing or capable of causing harm Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:15
1452
nourished
That's a well-nourished baby Adjective being provided with adequate nourishment Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:17
1453
hereditary
My personality is much more hereditary from my father. Adjective tending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:19
1454
tremendous
I felt a tremendous pressure on my chest. Adjective extraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:21
1455
foresight
They had the foresight to invest in new technology. Noun providence by virtue of planning prudently for the future Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:23
1456
primitive
Primitive humans needed to be able to react like this to escape from dangerous animals. Noun a person who belongs to an early stage of civilization Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:25
1457
probe
Why not go outside and probe it? Verb question or examine thoroughly and closely Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:26
1458
elaborate
It was clearly an elaborately planned operation. Adjective 1.marked by complexity and richness of detail - 2.developed or executed with care and in minute detail Arts kiking 2015.11.24 11:29
1459
quantitative
he needs to get quantitative. Adjective expressible as a quantity or relating to or susceptible of measurement Arts kiking 2015.11.24 12:29
1460
acquired
My painting skill is acquired by studying with the art teacher. Adjective gotten through environmental forces Arts kiking 2015.11.24 12:31
1461
rudimentary
He had only a rudimentary knowledge of French. Adjective 1.being or involving basic facts or principles - 2.being in the earliest stages of development - 3.not fully developed in mature animals Arts kiking 2015.11.24 12:34
1462
chute
My phone rolled from chute Noun a narrow, steep slide for objects or people to go down Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:22
1463
restraint
We need to show restraint while using social networks Noun determined control over behavior in order to prevent the strong expression of emotion or any violent action Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:28
1464
abrupt
Avoid abrupt movements while drinking coffee above your computer Adjective sudden and not expected, often with unpleasant results Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:32
1465
autism
People need to know what is autism and accept people with autism, they need more protect than normal human. - Noun an illness that starts in young children and causes behavior that is unusually centered on the self while limiting development of Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:35
1466
jiggle
At some iPhone games you should jiggle phone to achieve something Verb to move something or cause something to move from side to side or up and down with quick short movements Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:37
1467
straightforward
A machine straightforward operation is very important. Adjective easy to understand; clear Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:39
1468
rug
My rug was printed with the help of 3D printer Noun a shaped piece of thick cloth for covering part of a floor Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:43
1469
subside
A new technology skill need subside and test Verb (of a condition) to become less strong, or (of an activity or disagreement) to become less violent Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:44
1470
thunderstorm
We can use technology to make sound of thunderstorm Noun a rain storm with thunder and lightning Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:47
1471
flinched
I flinched after I heard sound from my new speakers Verb to make a sudden small movement because of pain or fear Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:47
1472
seldom
I seldom use my phone Adv almost never Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:50
1473
chute
Feed chute is very useful in the farm. Noun a narrow, steep slide for objects or people to go down Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:50
1474
slaughter
She made a machine to slaughter animals. Noun the killing of animals for their meat, or the killing of large numbers of animals in a cruel manner Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:52
1475
tremendous
Apple presented new TV. It's really tremendous Adjective great in amount, size, or degree; extremely large Arts eugen 2015.11.24 13:54
1476
abrupt
The situation has abrupt change when people start to use machine. Adjective sudden and not expected, often with unpleasant results Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:56
1477
predator
Lots of biologist use camera to observe predator. Noun an animal that hunts and kills other animals for food - Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 13:59
1478
subside
New technologies could help us define when hurricanes will subside Verb to become less strong, or less violent Arts eugen 2015.11.24 14:00
1479
disturb
The data disturb making decision. Verb to cause someone to stop what the person is doing, or to interrupt an activity Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 14:01
1480
solid
The new iPhone is solid Adjective having a fixed shape that cannot be changed easily Arts eugen 2015.11.24 14:03
1481
recoil
If humans to rely on machine, we will recoil to ourself. Verb to make a sudden movement away from something esp. because of fear or disgust Arts Roger_W 2015.11.24 14:05
1482
intrigue
I am intrigued to her dance Noun N:can be a plot to deceive or harm others Arts Tao 2015.11.26 18:52
1483
intrigue
I am intrigued to the movie Verb V: it interestspeople and people want to know more about it Arts Tao 2015.11.26 19:00
1484
dyslexia
Some talented people have dyslexia, for example Jobs. Noun dyslexia means some people have difficulty with reading. Arts Tao 2015.11.26 19:08
1485
optimist
Scientists need a group of optimists to do a experiment. Noun someone who believes that good things will happen Arts Luna 2015.11.28 16:57
1486
institute
The Institute for Space Studies is a very authoritative organization. Noun an organization that has a particular purpose such as scientific or educational work, or the building where this organization is based Arts Luna 2015.11.28 17:22
1487
liberalization
The liberalization of science and technology is important for our society. Noun to make a system, laws, or moral attitudes less strict Arts Luna 2015.11.28 17:27
1488
divorce
The scientists try to use new technology to reduce divorce rate. Noun if someone divorces their husband or wife, or if two people divorce, they legally end their marriage Arts Luna 2015.11.28 17:32
1489
sustenance
Organic farming provides healthy sustenance to the public. Noun food that people or animals need in order to live Arts Luna 2015.11.28 17:37
1490
sustenance
Organic farming provides healthy sustenance to the public. Noun food that people or animals need in order to live Arts Luna 2015.11.28 19:14
1491
interact
The immune system interacts with both the nervous system and the hormones. Verb if people interact with each other, they talk to each other, work together etc/ | if one thing interacts with another, or if they interact, they affect each other Arts Luna 2015.11.29 16:26
1492
simultaneously
The article will be published simultaneously on Science and Nature. Adv things that are simultaneous happen at exactly the same time Arts Luna 2015.11.29 16:31
1493
diversity
Scientists can help us grasp the diversity of technology. Noun the fact of including many different types of people or things Arts Luna 2015.11.29 16:38
1494
relinquishment
The internet is the relinquishment of government control. Noun to let someone else have your position, power, or rights, especially unwillinglyT Arts Luna 2015.11.29 16:45
1495
inclusive
For science education to be effective, it must be inclusive . Noun an inclusive price or cost includes everything Arts Luna 2015.11.29 16:52
1496
inclusive
For science education to be effective, it must be inclusive . Noun an inclusive price or cost includes everything Arts Luna 2015.11.29 18:16
1497
merely
I merely bought a new phone. Adv used to emphasize that you mean exactly what you are saying and nothing more Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:19
1498
circumstance
Don't use technology to deceive under any circumstance. Noun a fact or event that makes a situation the way it is Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:23
1499
alter
We've altered the original design of the new phone. Verb to change something, usually slightly, or to cause the characteristics of something to change Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:27
1500
liberalized
The rule of internet is fully liberalized. Verb to make laws, systems, or opinions less severe Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:37
1501
extended
Humans have extended searching in the technology landscape. Adjective long or longer than usual Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:42
1502
satisfactory
I am fairly satisfactory to the new robot. Adjective good or good enough for a particular need or purpose Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:46
1503
certificate
The certificate of technique is invalid. Noun an official document that states that the information on it is true Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:50
1504
rapid
He has made rapid progress in his searching. Adjective fast or sudden Arts Roger_W 2015.12.03 23:52
1505
ethical
It is a ethical question how we use language on internet? Adjective relating to beliefs about what is morally right and wrong Arts Roger_W 2015.12.04 00:01
1506
maintenance
The maintenance of robot is pretty complex. Noun the work needed to keep a road, building, machine, etc. in good condition Arts Roger_W 2015.12.04 00:08
1507
extended
The European powers extended their weapons of mass destruction Adjective long or longer than usual Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 15:22
1508
liberalize
Why Liberalize Trade? Verb to make laws, systems, or opinions less severe Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 17:43
1509
alter
We've had to alter our computer system. Verb to change something, usually slightly, or to cause the characteristics of something to change Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:08
1510
sustenance
The biological weapons brings death, not sustenance. Noun food: Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:10
1511
inclusive
This technology should be inclusive of all departments and all situations. Noun An inclusive price or amount includes everything Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:13
1512
pluralistic
Will the army truly allow the emergence of a pluralistic, representative model government? Noun of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of pluralism Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:18
1513
mutual
The feeling of unease is mutual. Adjective C1 (of two or more people or groups) feeling the same emotion, or doing the same thing to or for each other: Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:20
1514
consent
They did not consent to buy some candies. Verb permission or agreement: Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:23
1515
procreation
Some people believe that sex should only be for the purpose of procreation. Noun the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:25
1516
simultaneously
Each node can transfer data sets simultaneously to every other node. Adv at the same instant Arts EMERALD 2015.12.04 23:27
1517
dramatically
Using technology increased dramatically in the last 20 years Adv highly effective; striking Arts huda 2015.12.06 19:34
1518
neutral
Internet allow people to have different neutral personality behind the devices screen Adjective of no particular kind, characteristics, etc.; indefinite Arts huda 2015.12.06 19:44
1519
diversity
Tweeter is a good place for diversity opinion and idea Noun the state or fact of being diverse; difference; unlikeness Arts huda 2015.12.06 19:49
1520
simultaneously
Technology is a huge simultaneously movement started from the end of last century Adjective existing, occurring, or operating at the same time; concurrent Arts huda 2015.12.06 19:54
1521
primary
Apple Mac company has the primary in technology and related devices Adjective first or highest in rank or importance; chief; principal Arts huda 2015.12.06 20:03
1522
consumption
The number of data consumption increase everyday Noun the act of consuming, as by use, decay, or destruction Arts huda 2015.12.06 20:18
1523
mutual
When the person have mutual respect, the speaking under nick name will never change his respect even behind the computer screen Adjective possessed, experienced, performed, etc., by each of two or more with respect to the other; reciprocal Arts huda 2015.12.06 20:23
1524
extended
To be successful you need a lot of extended effort Noun continued or prolonged Arts huda 2015.12.06 20:29
1525
inclusive
North America inclusive Canada have a lot of GM product, and usually is written on the product Adjective including a great deal, or encompassing everything concerned; comprehensive Arts huda 2015.12.06 20:35
1526
alter
The phone company try hard at the devices to alter the consumer needs Verb to make different in some particular, as size, style, course, or the like; modify: Arts huda 2015.12.06 20:38
1527
circumstance
in this circumstance, we must stop this experiment. Noun The circumstances of a particular situation are the conditions which affect what happens. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:51
1528
religious
religious phenomenon can be explained by technology. Adjective You use religious to describe things that are connected with religion or with one particular religion. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:52
1529
liberalize
many countries liberalize controls over the export to China of high technology products. Verb When a country or government liberalizes, or liberalizes its laws or its attitudes, it becomes less strict and allows people more freedom in Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:54
1530
inclusive
The group can be large, small, inclusive , exclusive, formal or informal. Adjective If a price is inclusive, it includes all the charges connected with the goods or services offered. If a price is inclusive of postage and pa Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:55
1531
ethical
The use of animals in scientific tests raises some difficult ethical questions. Adjective Ethical means relating to beliefs about right and wrong. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:56
1532
pluralistic
The design needs broad culture visual angle and pluralistic knowledge structure. Adjective of or relating to the philosophical doctrine of pluralism; Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:57
1533
mutual
the power is mutual so you will hurt when you hurt others. Adjective You use mutual to describe a situation, feeling, or action that is experienced, felt, or done by both of two people mentioned. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 17:58
1534
relinquishment
relinquishment of a experiment is always a hard decision for experts. Noun a verbal act of renouncing a claim or right or position etc. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 18:00
1535
simultaneously
The radar beam can track a number of targets almost simultaneously. Adjective Things which are simultaneous happen or exist at the same time. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 18:00
1536
performance
our duty is to test the performance of the new car. Noun Someone's or something's performance is how successful they are or how well they do something. Arts Neo_wu 2015.12.07 18:02
1537
generation
For generations we have been researching to make our computers, phones, and internet better Noun The entire body of individuals born & living at about the same time: the postwar generation Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:07
1538
referring
We say WiFi referring to wireless internet for frequent interface. Verb To direct for information or anything required: He referred me to book on astrology Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:14
1539
sustenance
My USB and laptop are my educational sustenance for work at school Noun Means of sustaining life; nourishment Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:18
1540
consumption
The energy and storage consumption in my I phone is very fast. Noun The act of consuming, as by use,decay, or destruction Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:24
1541
circumstances
Due to the circumstances of our electricity bill we had to turn off our heater for a while. Noun The condition or state of a person with respect to income & material welfare: a family in reduced circumstances Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:35
1542
functioning
The phone is not functioning because it is broken. Noun A factor related to or dependent upon other factor: price is a function of supply demand Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:41
1543
diversity
We are open to a diversity of different types of technology Noun The state or fact of being diverse; difference unlikeness:diversity of opinion Arts Sadaf 2015.12.07 20:54
1544
ethical