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1terrifyBe quiet or you'll terrify the neighboursVerbFrighten, make afraid2017.05.24 10:13
2determineThe date of the election has yet to be determined.Nounto settle, resolve, or decide (a dispute, etc.):2017.05.02 07:47
3forma triangular formNounthe outside appearance of a clearly defined area2017.05.02 07:46
4determineThe date of the election has yet to be determined.Verbto settle, resolve, or decide2017.05.02 07:43
5whistleHe whistled happily to himself.Verbo make a high, clear sound by forcing the breath through stretched lips or through the teeth:2017.05.01 09:54
6catOur cats like to play with string.NounOur cats like to play with string.2017.04.22 11:11
7magicalThis tale of humans against a host of magical creatures heats up rather quickly. Adjectivemysteriously enchanting2017.03.18 22:22
8irresistibleThe dishes my mom made were so irresistible that all of us devoured those foods in few minutes.Adjectiveso attracting, desirable etc that you cannot prevent yourself from wanting it.2014.12.29 9:37
9uniquea masterpiece unique in all the world.Adjectiveexisting as the only one of its kind or type, or as the only example:2017.01.29 11:37
10helpIf she needs help, tell her to call me.Nounaid; - assistance:2017.01.29 11:36
11pebbleHe threw the pebble into the water.Nouna small rock rounded by the action of water. - 2016.12.31 19:10
12parchedCould I have some water? I'm parched. - Noundry or thirsty, especially because of heat. - 2016.12.31 19:07
13contentThe baby looks content in her crib. - Nounsatisfaction; contentment.2016.12.31 19:06
14beakthe beak of a hawkNouna bird’s mouth2016.12.31 19:05
15hospitalityLindsey's hospitality is great.Nounthe friendly reception and treatment of guests or strangers.2016.12.15 03:31
16newIf you are new at once today, you should new everyday, and new forever. Adjective苟日新,日日新,又日新。2016.12.07 21:26
17extrasThe teachers started asking for extrasNounbeyond, more, or better than what is usual2016.11.29 10:34
18matureWhen we grow up, we will become more rational and maturer.Nounhaving or showing the mental and emotional qualities of an adult2016.11.20 21:24
19persistentlyIn order to get a better future, we should study persistently now.Advcontinuing to do something or to try to do something even though it is difficult or other people want you to stop2016.11.20 21:20
20instanceTeacher told us we could add some instances in the articles to support our opinions.Nouncontinuing to do something or to try to do something even though it is difficult or other people want you to stop2016.11.20 21:16
21colleagueMy colleague is vey hard working, he always can complete his jobs very well.Nounone of a group of people who work together2016.11.20 21:08
22instructiveThe novel is so instructive, readers can learn many things from it.Adjectiveproviding knowledge or information2016.11.20 21:04
23implicitThis poet always pursues a implicit beauty in his poems.Adjectivesuggested but not communicated directly2016.11.20 20:44
24solidMy theory is established on the solid basis of facts.Adjectiveof definite shape and volume; firm; neither liquid nor gaseous2016.11.07 08:48
25ornamentalthe chimney pots are purely ornamental.NounDecorative2016.10.17 12:44
26resortHawaiian resorts are very popular for vacations.NounA place that is a popular destination for vacations or recreation, or which is frequented for a particular purpose.2016.10.13 01:07
27extraordinaryPsychics has an extraordinary skills.Adjectivevery unusual or remarkable2016.10.13 01:04
28temperateVancouver has a temperate climate.AdjectiveOf, relating to, or denoting a region or climate characterised by mild temperatures.2016.10.13 00:58
29attractiveToronto is the most attractive city.AdjectivePleasing or appealing to the senses.2016.10.13 00:54
30domainThe domain is vast. Nouna particular environment or walk of life2016.10.10 23:08
31themeThe theme carried through all his writing. Nounthe subject matter of a conversation or discussion2016.10.10 21:55
32originalOf the original ten, four or so remain.Adjectivepreceding all others in time or being as first made or performed2016.10.10 21:53
33versionSo what else can we do with this version?Nounan interpretation of a matter from a particular viewpoint2016.10.10 21:52
34optionYou should choose the second option.Nounone of a number of things from which only one can be chosen2016.10.10 21:51
35awareI need not press the urgency of the matter on you, as I konw you are fully aware of it yourselves. Adjective(sometimes followed by `of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception2016.10.10 21:49
36encounterShe encountered an old friend on the road.Verba casual meeting with a person of thing2016.10.10 21:48
37encourageBut, as leaders, how do we encourage them to do it?Verbcontribute to the progress or growth of2016.10.10 21:46
38assignmentHe has just come off a difficult assignment.Nouna duty that you are assigned to perform (especially in the armed forces)2016.10.10 21:45
39soothWe can't see the sooth through our eyes sometimes.Nountruth or reality 2016.10.10 12:47
40dredgeThey have already dredged the lake for finding out the Time-TurnerVerbremove with a power shovel, usually from a bottom of a body of water2016.10.10 12:45
41negotiateWe negotiate about how to solve the problem of money.Verbdiscuss the terms of an arrangement.2016.10.10 12:41
42sustainSome poor people can't sustain their daily life, they need help from us.Verbsupply with necessities and support.2016.10.10 12:39
43sacrificeToo many people were sacrificed for world peaceVerbendure the loss of 2016.10.10 12:35
44horrificHe had been in horrific accident before he died.Adjectivecausing fear or dread or terror.2016.10.10 12:33
45misguidedI was misguided to go to a wrong way by a strange female.Adjectivepoorly conceived or thought out2016.10.10 12:30
46honorableIt is honorable for Albus to save someone's life, but something wrong.Adjectiveworthy of being honored 2016.10.10 12:18
47detentionThis person was gotten a three-day detention because of stoling.Nouna state of being confined. - (usually for a short time) - 2016.10.10 12:15
48expelIf you don't still finish your homework next time, maybe - you would be expelled .Verbforce to leave or move out 2016.10.10 12:12
49opaqueit was pale, opaque plastic,the kind og thing Thomas had used.Adjectivenot letting light through: not transparent2016.10.09 21:41
50muscularmuscular shoulders visible even through his ski jacket.Adjectiveof or relating to muscles2016.10.09 21:38
51sheenthis shampoo gives your hair a beautiful sheen.Nouna soft, smooth, shiny quality2016.10.09 21:36
52legitimatelytryiing to work out what else i could legitimately do.Advin a manner acceptable to common custom2016.10.09 21:33
53paltrymanaging to raise a paltry quarter load of washingAdjectivevery small or too small in amount2016.10.09 21:30
54unbearablewhen the silence became unbearable.Adjectivetoo bad,harsh,or extreme to be accepted or endured2016.10.09 21:27
55affableI watched the affable helperputting on his jacket with a rising sense of panic.Adjectivefriendly and easy to talk to2016.10.09 21:24
56reverberatei felt my body reverberate with it.Verbto become filled with a sound2016.10.09 21:22
57crankyhe is a little cranky.Adjectiveeasily annoyed or angered2016.10.09 21:20
58hoisti thought of the hoistNounto raise (something) especially by using ropes or machinery2016.10.09 17:21
59prematureShe seems to know many things,what is a premature girl.Adjectivesomething that is premature happens earlier than usual or earlier than people expect.2016.10.09 03:07
60evidencethere is a lot of evidence that stress is one of reasons for disease.Nounsomething is you see, experience, read, or are told that causes you to believe that something is true or has really happened. 2016.10.09 02:59
61inexperiencedThey are inexperienced when it comes to decorating..Adjectivehave a little knowledge or experience of a particular situation or activity2016.10.09 02:53
62balanceda family should set up a balanced budget.Adjectivegiving equal attention to all sides or opinions.2016.10.09 02:47
63additiveStrict safety test are carried out on food additives.NounAn additive is a substance which is added in small amounts to food or other things in order to improve them or to make them last longer2016.10.09 02:39
64feasiblea feasible planAdjectivecapable of being accomplished or brought about; possible2016.10.09 02:22
65ornamentalthe chimney pots are purely ornamental.NounDecorative2016.10.07 14:16
66romanticHere is a romantic place.AdjectiveLove2016.10.07 14:13
67radiationAs they do, heat levels will drop, and so will levels of radiation. Nounenergy that is radiated or transmitted in the form of rays or waves or particles2016.10.07 00:05
68rivalHe lost out his rival. Nounthe contestant you hope to defeat2016.10.07 00:03
69sueSome citizens will sue the city for damage.VerbLegal proceedings against a person or institution.2016.10.06 13:54
70gossipThere are people that likes gossipNounCasual conversation about other persion without before confirm the information.2016.10.06 13:48
71mankindThe love is a issue the mankindNounused to refer the human gerder2016.10.06 13:40
72calfthe cow has a beautiful calf Nounbreeding cow2016.10.06 13:34
73jealousHe is very jealousAdjectiveextreme interest that someone feels for a person2016.10.06 13:30
74anticipateIt does not anticipate many more closures before Christmas.Verbthink it, or say it before you do.2016.10.06 12:05
75trinketI did't like to buy trinkets in my trip and I thought that is so expensive.Nouncheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing2016.10.04 22:59
76dementorsDementors like to eat people's soul by kissing their mouthes.NounDementors are a terrible lives in J.K.Rowling's book: Harry Potter.2016.10.04 22:57
77terroristsPolicemen caught those terrorists in the corner of this street.Nouna radical who employs terror as a political weapon; usually organizes with other terrorists in small cells; often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities2016.10.04 22:54
78oddThat paper looks odd, why it keeps flying in the sky.Adjectivenot easily explained2016.10.04 22:47
79spillLily spills her baby-bear to flood and starts to cryVerbcause or allow to flow or run out or over2016.10.04 22:45
80campaign_roomDumbledore Army used the campaign_room to hide themselves NounA magic room in Hogwarts which could help you anything expect food2016.10.04 22:42
81guesserI don't want to be a guesser, tell me the truth!Noun a person who guess2016.10.04 22:39
82plainEvery plain person has their own strange stories.Adjectivenot elaborate or elaborated; simple2016.10.04 22:38
83presumablyRon didn't nod, then he remained presumably Advby reasonable assumption 2016.10.04 22:36
84quoteI didn't just quote Dumbledore,did I?Verbrepeat a passage from2016.10.04 22:33
85regardsHe never regards what I say.Noun(usually preceded by `in') a detail or point2016.10.04 16:02
86crucialShe broke into the conversation at a crucial momentAdjectiveof extreme importance; vital to the resolution of a crisis2016.10.04 16:00
87uttershe seemed weary, as if she had uttered the same words many times that day already.Adjectivecomplete and total2016.10.03 21:27
88intricatethe loors were carpeted with intricately decorated Persian rugsAdjectivehaving many parts2016.10.03 21:24
89commensuratetaht is why the salary is commensurate.Adjectiveequal or similar to something in size, amount, or degree2016.10.03 21:22
90interferei'm not trying to interfere.Verb to become involved in the activities and concerns of other people when your involvement is not wanted - Source: Merria2016.10.03 21:19
91crouchshe opended the door and i stared at the white metal and plastic hoist that crouched over the bathVerb to lower your body to the ground by bending your legs2016.10.03 21:17
92feebleit sounded feeble.Adjectivevery weak2016.10.03 21:14
93deceptivelythe annexe's living room was deceptively largeAdjectiveintended to make someone believe something that is not true2016.10.03 21:12
94dissatisfiedThat new plan dissatisfied everyone.Adjectivein a state of sulky dissatisfaction2016.10.03 09:06
95ominouslyThe bar seemed ominously quiet. AdvIf you describe something as ominous, you mean that it worries you because it makes you think that something unpleasant is going to happen.2016.09.30 19:44
96struggleIt's a constant struggle to try to keep them up to par. Nounhard work2016.09.30 19:41
97grappleSoldiers grapple with their weapons.Verbfight2016.09.30 19:35
98cursedHarry potter And The Cursed childAdjectivesomeone or something be brought bad luck 2016.09.30 19:31
99maasaihe comes from the tribe called maasai in kenyaNouna tribe in kenya2016.09.29 07:50
100kiswahiliChildren use kiswahili in school until the age of 10.NounA language of East Africa2016.09.29 07:50
101faminesouth Africa is suffering famine many years ago.Noun Extreme scarcity of food.2016.09.29 01:14
102man_showIn most case he is a man_showNoun people who look quiet, cold or even dull outside, but inside they are volatile, charismatic, passionate, charismatic, romantic2016.09.29 00:17
103approvalhow the loan approval process will runNounwith the permission of something2016.09.29 00:17
104stirringheat the sauce stirring constantlyAdjectiveinspire something2016.09.29 00:14
105constantlyheat the sauce stirring constantlyAdvdidn't stop2016.09.29 00:12
106inflamedget inflamed while wearing contact lensAdjectivered and swollen2016.09.29 00:08
107deiligenceTalent is not the name of game in studying,deiligence isNounwork hard everything2016.09.29 00:04
108deligenceTalent is not the name of game is studying,deligence is Nounwork hard2016.09.28 23:59
109admissionsthe International Admissions Counselor for the University Nounadmit something2016.09.28 23:36
110instituteThe Institute of International Education, or IIENounone of the higher cllege2016.09.28 23:34
111naturallyThe milk lack is naturally producednnAdvrefers to the natural2016.09.28 23:29
112appealingThere also many appealing aspects in this small Island country.Adjectivepleasing and attractive2016.09.28 23:28
113combinationSushi is a magical combination!Nounmixture of something2016.09.28 23:26
114exquisiteShe dances with an exquisite fluidity of movement. Adjectiveextremely beautiful or pleasant2016.09.28 23:25
115benchSitting down on the bench of the parkNounlong chair2016.09.28 23:23
116humid It is hot, wet, and distinctly humid throughout the year. Adjectivewet2016.09.28 23:22
117diversifiedThe skyline is highly diversified.Adjectiveinclude so many different things2016.09.28 23:18
118spectacularfrom a spectacular sea of the treeAdjectiveDescrible an objectis very large 2016.09.28 22:56
119sectorthere was one sector of the organized Jewish world that did not participate at all.NounGeometry. a plane figure bounded by two radii and the included arc of a circle.2016.09.28 14:51
120procedureNow, a study shows some breast cancer patients unnecessarily undergoing the procedure.Nounan act or a manner of proceeding in any action or process; conduct2016.09.28 14:50
121performanceAfter his performance, she claims she was escorted to the green room and stayed after the rest of the people there left.Nouna musical, dramatic, or other entertainment presented before an audience.2016.09.28 14:48
122attractMany business leaders argue that the United States needs to attract more highly skilled immigrants.Verbto draw by a physical force causing or tending to cause to approach, adhere, or unite; pull 2016.09.28 14:47
123significantdetail may be significant, but more delicateAdjectiveimportant; of consequence.2016.09.28 14:46
124sceneryI like all of it—the music, costumes, scenery, dancing and actingNounthe general appearance of a place; the aggregate of features that give character to a landscape.2016.09.28 14:43
125thermalIt turns out that what was going was a thermal runaway, when a battery begins a chain reaction resulting in smoke and fire.AdjectiveAlso, thermic. of, relating to, or caused by heat or temperature2016.09.28 14:42
126ironyAnd the irony is, the harder we tried to de-frizz, the frizzier it got.Nounthe use of words to convey a meaning that is the opposite of its literal meaning2016.09.28 14:40
127persuadeIn the marketplace of ideas, there is a difference between trying to persuade and trying to injure.Verbto induce to believe by appealing to reason or understanding; convince:2016.09.28 14:38
128paradiseNow there was doubt in the forest, blood on the slopes of paradise.Nounheaven, as the final abode of the righteous.2016.09.28 14:35
129vanishHis car vanished.Nounget lost without warning or expianation2016.09.28 14:26
130substituteNothing could fix it as substitute.Nounsomething for replace and change2016.09.28 14:21
131sketchHe made a sketch on the ground.Nouna rough describe for paintings.2016.09.28 14:18
132diligenceDiligence is one of her advantages.NounFocus on doing something2016.09.28 14:12
133embarrassedHe looks a bit embarrassed.Adjectivea kind of self-conscious feeling.2016.09.28 14:06
134muckyXxxxx is fucking mucky .AdjectiveMucky means very dirty ,muddy or annoying2016.09.28 14:01
135frockMy sister is selling frock recently. NounFrock is a kind of clothes for women.2016.09.28 13:55
136virtueHonesty is a virtue. Nounthe quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong. - 2016.09.28 13:52
137leapI used like to play leap frog games with peersVerbLeap means jump2016.09.28 13:52
138jamThere are traffic jams for many cars.NounCannot move for too many things.2016.09.28 13:49
139pattyJenny's grandma is good at making patty.NounPatty is a kind of pie with meat or bean paste inside.2016.09.28 13:47
140progressiveDaniel is a good man who is hardworking and progressive.AdjectiveProgressive means work or study hard .2016.09.28 13:44
141springThey planed to go to a spring for relax.NounThe water from the ground2016.09.28 13:41
142affirmativeThe answer he told me last night is affirmative .AdjectiveAffirmative means positive and approved.2016.09.28 13:37
143countlessHe has helped countless people.AdjectiveThere are too many or too much to counted.2016.09.28 13:35
144indefiniteThe answer she told me last night is indefinite.NounIndefinite means not clear and specific.2016.09.28 13:33
145fascinatingThe style of the book is fascinating. AdjectiveAbility of attraction2016.09.28 13:32
146vanillaI like the French Vanilla coffee in Tim Hortons.NounVanilla is a kind of tasty herb ,use spreadly in food.2016.09.28 13:28
147examinationBut I did tell you about the examination!Nounthe test itself; the list of questions asked.2016.09.28 13:26
148educationalHis life was entirely given up to the educational work.Adjectivepertaining to education2016.09.28 13:24
149fabulousDaniel did a fabulous job yesterday.AdjectiveFabulous means good or brilliant 2016.09.28 13:22
150albatrossOne of my friends finished the exam, which had hung over it like 'an albatross.Nouna seemingly inescapable moral or emotional burden, as of guilt or responsibility.2016.09.28 13:21
151ramenLanzhou ramen is very famous in China.NounRamen is a kind of noodles .2016.09.28 13:17
152environmentHow do we change our culture environment?Nounthe social and cultural forces that shape the life of a person or a population.2016.09.28 13:16
153fascinatingThis novel is intricate and fascinating.Adjectiveof great interest or attraction; enchanting; charming; captivating2016.09.28 13:14
154trademarkMany visitors come from the other side of the earth only for these well-known brands and trademarksNounA trademark is a proprietary term that is usually registered with the Patent and Trademark Office to assure its exclusive use by its owner.2016.09.28 13:13
155accompanyI'll accompany you home.Verbto go along or in company with; join in action2016.09.28 13:11
156octopusFried octopus are very popular in my hometown.NounOctopus is a kind of seafood.2016.09.28 13:10
157cloakThe entire Paris was cloaked in color and joy.Nouna thing that hides or covers someone or something2016.09.28 13:10
158atmosphereThe talks proceeded in a friendly atmosphere.Nouna surrounding or pervading mood, environment, or influence2016.09.28 13:10
159trackI followed the tracks that my dog left.Nouna mark left on the ground by a moving animal, person, or vehicle.2016.09.28 13:07
160eristicI am going to do it in eristic mode.Adjectivepertaining to controversy or disputation; controversial.2016.09.28 13:06
161salmonI really like eating salmon sushi.NounA kind of fish .2016.09.28 13:05
162conquerFrancisco Pizarro conquered Peru.Nounto take control of a country, city, etc. through the use of force.2016.09.28 13:03
163inkThe inks of my printer are low.Nouncolored liquid that is used for writing or printing2016.09.28 12:59
164destructiveObsession can be helpful or destructive, depending on the person.AdjectiveCausing damage2016.09.28 12:56
165hesitateDon't hesitate to ask me any questions.Nounto stop briefly before you do something especially because you are nervous or unsure about what to do2016.09.28 12:54
166obsessionObsession can be helpful or destructive, depending on the person.NounThe state of getting extremly interested in something2016.09.28 12:51
167glimpseMy husband glimpsed at me when I saw him for the first time.Nounto look at or see for a very short time2016.09.28 12:50
168perennialParis is a perennial city.Nounexisting or continuing in the same way for a long time2016.09.28 12:47
169glowMy nails glow in the darkNounTo shine with low light and heat but usually without flame2016.09.28 12:45
170legendHe has become a basketball legendNouna story from the past that is believed by many people but cannot be proved to be true2016.09.28 12:40
171mechanizationWe are speeding up the mechanization of our agriculture. Nounto mechanize an industrial process2016.09.28 11:24
172exhibitThousands of paintings of Pablo Picasso are exhibited at Picasso MuseumVerban object or statement produced before a court of law and referred to while giving evidence2016.09.28 11:04
173layoffDuring the economic crisis the number of layoffs go sharply.Nounthe act of ending the employment of worker or a group of workers.2016.09.28 10:45
174remarkableEspecially remarkable sights in this city are the works of architect Antoni Gaudi.Adjectiveunusual or striking2016.09.28 10:41
175defaultThe global economic crisis began from the default of housing loan.NounA failure to make a payment(such as a payment on a loan)2016.09.28 10:40
176vulnerableChildren can be vulnerable when they see their parents arguing.Adjectiveopen to attack, harm or damage.2016.09.28 10:33
177reverseThe government has failed to reverse the unemployment rate. Verbto change something to an opposite state or condition2016.09.28 10:31
178perspectiveWe need to look at these issues from a global perspectiveNounpoint of view, viewpoint, standpoint2016.09.28 09:59
179crumpleShe dropped a crumpled-up piece of paper on the floorAdjective(such as paper or cloth)squashed and becomes full of untidy creases and folds. - [NOUN:PLURAL] parts of a motor vehicle(crumple zone)2016.09.28 09:54
180ridiculouslyThe room was ridiculously smallAdvunreasonable or very surprising2016.09.28 09:44
181surgeThe photographers and cameramen surged forward.Verba huge amount of stuff is coming and become so crowded2016.09.28 01:37
182fogThe crash happened in thick fog.Nounweather phenomena,it often begin in some raining days,drivers can see road clearly in this weather . - 2016.09.28 01:27
183fanaticalAs a boy he was a fanatical patriot.Adjectivelove someone or something and lose oneself2016.09.28 01:10
184magnificentShe is magnificent at making you feel you can talk quite naturally to her.Adjectivedescribe shocking and awesome stuff2016.09.28 01:06
185dizzyingWith a dizzying jolt, my dream abruptly became a nightmare.Adjectiveextremely generous that make people confused.2016.09.28 01:01
186ravishing The race is so ravishing, and the Olympics is so charming。 Adjectivevery beautiful,describe someone or something looks pretty amazing.2016.09.28 00:58
187parameterizeWe know how to parameterize this lineVerbuse number to describe2016.09.27 23:57
188approximateFor each approximate solution of a parameterized problem, the app also displays the margin of error. Verbbe close or similar2016.09.27 23:54
189regionThe region abounds in coal.Nounthe extended spatial location of something2016.09.27 23:53
190migrateWealthy people often migrate in winter to warmer sunnier countries.Verbmove from one country or region to another and settle there2016.09.27 23:51
191meditationStudying Yoga leads you naturally to meditation.NounA kind of action aims at purifying the soul2016.09.27 23:07
192gapeWe gape after saw mystery actions of these guysVerbStair with one’s mouth open wide in amazement2016.09.27 22:58
193antibioticEvery kind of virus has its own antibioticsNounA medicine that inhibits the growth of or destroy microorganisms2016.09.27 22:56
194focus_onThe goals of G20 focus_on renewing the global economical structure.Verbpay mostly attention on something2016.09.27 22:56
195discriminatewe can’t discriminate bad and good people by the way they communicateVerbRecognize a distinction; differentiate2016.09.27 22:56
196heritageTet is a festival that show the cultural heritage of ChinaNounfeatures belonging to the culture of a particular society, such as traditions, languages2016.09.27 22:50
197flexibleDoing exercises make your body more flexible.Adjectiveeasy to adjust2016.09.27 22:48
198landscapeThere are a lot of beautiful landscapes in VietNam Nouna view or picture of the countryside, or the art of making such pictures2016.09.27 22:47
199purificationGo hiking to get a journey of purification of the soul.Nounthe action of making something clean and simple2016.09.27 22:45
200illustratescientists illustrate an abstract journey that will make the dream to Mars come true. Verbimagine first and try to picture something vividly2016.09.27 22:42
201designatedPyramid is designated one of seven Wonders of the worldVerbto choose someone or something for a special job or purpose, or to state that something has a particular character or purpose2016.09.27 22:38
202legibleWe should write legible to easy reader's eyes. Adjectiveeasy to recognize2016.09.27 22:34
203speleologistSon Doong Cave is the heaven for speleologists all over the worldNounsomeone who studies caves, or who climbs in them for sport2016.09.27 22:32
204colorfulThese colorful fish swim in the river Adjectiveincluded a lot of different colors 2016.09.27 22:30
205sculptureshe studied sculpture. - NounA sculpture is a work of art that is produced by carving or shaping stone, wood, clay, or other materials.2016.09.27 22:24
206recreateI used to see night view to recreate myself.Verbcreate again.2016.09.27 22:21
207africaI want to go to the AfricaNounA continent, located in the Eastern Hemisphere,2016.09.27 22:19
208eagerI eager to watch their game with my son.Adjective(of a person) wanting to do or have something very much.2016.09.27 22:17
209diseaseThe disease attacked him suddenly。NounA disease is an illness which affects people, animals, or plants,one which is caused by bacteria or infection.2016.09.27 22:13
210enchantshe was enchanted by the viewVerbfill (someone) with great delight; charm.2016.09.27 22:13
211exquisitethe nightscape of London is exquisiteAdjectiveextremely beautiful and, typically, delicate2016.09.27 22:10
212cosmeticsShe wants to supervise the cosmetics shop.Nouna toiletry designed to beautify the body.2016.09.27 21:27
213hotspringThe outdoor hotspring is located in the mountain.Nouna natural spring of water at a temperature of 70 F or above.2016.09.27 21:23
214authenticHe found out the most authentic restaurants.Adjectiveconforming to fact and therefore worthy of belief.2016.09.27 21:20
215volcanoIt is an active volcano.Nouna mountain formed by volcanic material.2016.09.27 21:17
216periodHer work means that she spends long periods away from home.Nouna length of time2016.09.27 20:52
217assembleWe assembled in the meeting room after lunch.Verbto come together in a single place or bring parts together in a single group2016.09.27 20:50
218oppositeMy brother and I live on opposite sides of London.Adjectivebeing in a position on the other side2016.09.27 20:43
219depthI was amazed at the depth of her knowledge.Nounwhen a feeling, state or characteristic is strong, extreme or detailed2016.09.27 20:35
220profileWe need to increase our company's profile in Asia.Nounthe amount of public attention and notice that something receives2016.09.27 20:30
221swaggerHe walked out of the room with a self-confident swagger.Nouna way of walking with a swinging movement that shows you are confident2016.09.27 20:19
222compositionHe taught the piano, organ and composition ...NounComposition is the technique or skill involved in creating a work of art.2016.09.27 20:13
223contributecontributes to several charitiesVerbto make a contribution2016.09.27 20:07
224contributecontributes to several charitiesVerbto make a contribution2016.09.27 20:07
225definitiveThere is no definitive test as yet for the condition.AdjectiveSomething that is definitive provides a firm conclusion that cannot be questioned.2016.09.27 20:01
226gianta giant in the field of physicsNouna person or thing of great size 2016.09.27 19:56
227intendWe intend to go.Verbto have in mind;plan2016.09.27 19:54
228spectacularThe scene on the Great Wall is so spectacular, that attracts many foreigners to visit there. Adjectivesensational, and thrill of feeling2016.09.27 19:50
229ancientThis ancient building has been destroyed in the war.Adjectivevery old 2016.09.27 19:43
230opportunitywe have got one more opportunity for him Nounchance2016.09.27 18:55
231reducewe can reduce our roomVerbgoes down 2016.09.27 18:55
232incidencethe highest incidence of MRSANounevent2016.09.27 18:54
233bacteriaa bacteria kills more than 15000Nounmicroorganisms2016.09.27 18:53
234caution_zoneBetween 300 and 1000 is a caution_zone Nounhazard place 2016.09.27 18:53
235rootingrooting for their favorite team Verbcause (a plant or cutting) to grow roots2016.09.27 18:51
236deceasedthe favorite meals of the DeceasedNoundead2016.09.27 18:50
237occasion on this occasion families decorate Noun relation 2016.09.27 18:50
238hospitalitythe hospitality tens had equipment and supplies donated by people from all over AmericaNoungenerous and friendly treatment of visitors and guests : hospitable treatment2016.09.27 18:29
239ethnicPlus, Amy Klein delves into the delights of the city's many ethnic neighbourhoods.Adjectivea part of a country, of the world, etc., that is different or separate from other parts in some way2016.09.27 18:26
240regionno other region in the US compares to New England when it comes to seasons.Nouna part of a country, of the world, etc., that is different or separate from other parts in some way2016.09.27 18:21
241expanseacross an expanse of the Potomac floodplain, airplains were landing at National AirportNoun a large and usually flat open space or area2016.09.27 18:18
242convergearound this point,the power of the Tibetan landscape and the beliefs of many cultures converge.Verbto come from different directions to reach the same point.2016.09.27 14:29
243landscapearound this point,the power of the Tibetan landscape and the beliefs of many cultures converge.Nounan expanse of scenery of a particular type,especially as much as can be seen by the eye2016.09.27 14:26
244rhythma waltz rhythmNouna rhythm is a regular series of sounds or movements2016.09.27 14:04
245rhythma waltz rhythmNouna rhythm is a regular series of sounds or movements2016.09.27 14:02
246contrastan essay that contrasts city and country lifeVerbto set in opposition in order to show or emphasize differences2016.09.27 13:57
247innocenceI’m keeping my innocence in my mind.NounThe state of being unsullied by sin or moral wrong; lacking a knowledge of evil. - =pureness, purity, whiteness2016.09.27 13:57
248childishThey believe the existence of Yeti that it very childish.AdjectiveIndicating a lack of maturity. - =infantile2016.09.27 13:54
249existenceThey believe the existence of Yeti that it very childish.NounThe state or fact of being objectively real. - = being, beingness2016.09.27 13:53
250portraitWhich portrait do you like?Nouna painting, drawing, or photograph of someone, especially of their face only2016.09.27 13:52
251ceremonyThe famous actors Chaowei Liang and Jialing Liu held their wedding ceremony in Bhutan.NounA formal event performed on a special occasion. - =ceremonial2016.09.27 13:52
252gambleShe wants to stake everything that she still is, all her physical charm, in a gamble on happiness.NounA risky act or venture.2016.09.27 13:51
253stakeShe wants to stake everything that she still is, all her physical charm, in a gamble on happiness.VerbPut at risk. - =hazard2016.09.27 13:49
254sceneryTo him Rilke was a friendly part of the scenery.Nounthe appearance of a place.2016.09.27 13:47
255madShe wouldn't be mad if Jean gives her the eye.AdjectiveRoused to anger. - =huffy, sore2016.09.27 13:47
256appeala city with appeal for touristsNounthe power of attracting or of arousing interest2016.09.27 13:47
257hostilityHe uniform has provoked this veiled hostility.NounA hostile (very unfriendly) disposition.2016.09.27 13:45
258veiledHe uniform has provoked this veiled hostility.AdjectiveHaving or as if having a veil or concealing cover.2016.09.27 13:44
259gaingained a small fortune in real estateVerbto come into possession or use of2016.09.27 13:43
260provokedHe uniform has provoked this veiled hostility.AdjectiveIncited, especially deliberately, to anger. - =aggravated2016.09.27 13:43
261crowdHe wears soft, expensive materials and tries to mingle with the crowd to taste to the full his self-confidenceVerbA gather together in large number.2016.09.27 13:41
262drudgeryHer surname ruins it with its connotation of working-class drudgery.NounHard monotonous routine work. - =donkeywork2016.09.27 13:38
263aphorismThe book talks about the lots of aphorisms.Nouna short pithy instructive saying2016.09.27 13:35
264landscapeThese days,life on the troubled landscape where he was born is mostly quiet.Nounan expanse of scenery that can be seen in a single view2016.09.27 13:30
265resilienceWe will learn about resilience from physics class at high school. Nounthe physical property of a material that can return to its original shape or position after deformation that does not exceed its elastic lim2016.09.27 13:30
266ploughhe is too weak to pull the ploughNouna farm tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil and cut a furrow prior to sowing2016.09.27 13:28
267magnificentThese magnificent ancient buildings demonstrate the great intelligence of the labouring people.Adjectivecharacterized by grandeur2016.09.27 13:26
268consideredhe is considered as the rightful property of some one or other of their daughters.Adjectivecarefully thought about.2016.09.27 13:25
269tragedyI clearly remember the Sewol tragedy in 2014.Nounan event resulting in great loss and misfortune2016.09.27 13:25
270desireAs soon as a desire is requiter, it is always replaced by another.Nouna strong ambition2016.09.27 13:22
271grumbleFor myself i do not grumble, for I am one of the lucky ones.Verbshow one's unhappiness or critical attitude2016.09.27 13:21
272surroundingWe pampered Kate for a while ,letting her eat in her room, surrounding her with special attention.Adjectivenear or all around a place.2016.09.27 13:20
273evacuateAll residents have to evacuate this area because of the approaching huge tornado.Verbmove out of an unsafe location into safety2016.09.27 13:16
274fulfillI have a great desire to visit the Vatican City and that’s a wish I would like to fulfill. Nounfill or meet a want or need2016.09.27 13:16
275concealSome small animal concealed in the straw.Verbprevent from being seen or discovered2016.09.27 13:14
276perchThe hens perched themselves on the window-sills.Verbsit,as on a branch2016.09.27 13:12
277stretchThe weekend stretches out ahead of me,forty-eight empty hours to fill.Verbextend out to a greater or the full length2016.09.27 13:11
278benevolentwith a wise and benevolent appearanceAdjectiveintending or showing kindness2016.09.27 13:09
279beamunder a lantern which hung from a beam.Nounlong thick piece of wood, metal or concrete,etc., used in construction2016.09.27 13:06
280strawMajor was already ensconced on his bed of straw.Nounplant fibre used e.g. for making baskets and hats or as fodder2016.09.27 13:04
281fizzThe premixed gin and tonic fizzes up over the lip of the can as i bring it to my mouth and sip.Verbform bubbles2016.09.27 13:00
282barnIt had been agreed that they should all meet in the big barn as soon as Mr Jones was safely out of the way.Nounan outlying farm building for storing grain or animal feed, or housing farm animals.2016.09.27 13:00
283judderThe train crawls along; it judders past warehouses and water towers,bridges and sheds.Verbshake rapidly and itensively2016.09.27 12:57
284boarthe prize Middle White boarNounold world wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come2016.09.27 12:56
285barrelDrew him a last glass of beer from the barrel in the scullery.Nouna cylindrical container that holds liquids2016.09.27 12:53
286exemptionIn South Korea, the sports stars can receive a legal exemption of the military service for winning the Olympic games.Nounimmunity from an obligation or duty2016.09.27 12:52
287overactiveMy mother used to tell me that i had an overactive imagination; Tom said that, too.Adjectivemore active than normal2016.09.27 12:52
288elationThere is a rush of elation,tempered wuth something else: a naeless dread.Nounvery happy,great happiness2016.09.27 12:49
289controversialThe decision of the government has been controversial.Adjectivemarked by or capable of arousing controversy2016.09.27 12:46
290lurchWith the ring of light from his lantern dancing from side to side he lurched across the yard. Nounwalk as if unable to control one's movements.2016.09.27 12:44
291throbThe bump on my head is throbbing,and i can not stop thinking about the arguement i saw,or imagined,or dreamed about,on Saturday night.Verbbeat or sound with a loud,strong rythm2016.09.27 12:40
292likewiseLikewise, homework is useful for studentsAdv;as well - ;also2016.09.27 09:49
293nonethelessI faught with my friend. Nonetheless, we want to stay togetherAdvthe same as nevertheless, however2016.09.27 09:44
294horizontalIn this gragh, you need to look at horizontal axis first.Adjectiveflat and level with the ground, rather than at an angle to it2016.09.27 09:25
295armorThere are a lot of creaking armor in the hall of Hogwarts.Nounprotective covering made of metal and used in combat.2016.09.27 08:48
296confuseThe red blood really confused me, I was not sure it came from human.Verbmistake something to another.2016.09.27 08:46
297capitalCapital letters always appear in the beginning of the sentence.Adjectiveone of the large alphabetic characters used as the first letter in writing or printing proper names and sometimes for emphasis2016.09.27 08:42
298wonderfulThere are always something wonderful in antique market.Adjectivefantastic, to describe some - object beyond people's imaging. 2016.09.27 08:38
299spellI hope I can get a spell book from Hogwarts.NounSome pronunciation leading to magic action , it always happens in novel. 2016.09.27 08:33
300throbThe throbbing has become intense.Nounpain that starts and stops quickly and repeatedly.2016.09.27 00:38
301aisleCoffee and tea are in the next aisle.Nouna long narrow passage(as in a cave or woods)2016.09.26 23:32
302downrightThere was suspicion and even downright hatred between them.Nounthoroughgoing2016.09.26 23:29
303vigorA succinct style lends vigor to writing.Nounactive strength of body or mind.2016.09.26 23:27
304vigorA succinct style lends vigor to writing.Nounactive strength of body or mind.2016.09.26 23:27
305vigorA succinct style lends vigor to writing.Nounactive strength of body or mind.2016.09.26 23:27
306doctoratehere did he do his doctorate?Nounone of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university.2016.09.26 23:15
307competentHe is competent enough to fill that position.Adjectiveproperly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient;2016.09.26 23:02
308debilitateI was debilitated by cold.Verbsomeone to make someone ill and weak.2016.09.26 22:53
309cathedralSt Paul's CathedralNounrelating to or containing or issuing from a bishop’s office.2016.09.26 22:48
310scaryI got homesick, so l was scary to new environment. Adjectiveawful2016.09.26 22:19
311scaryI got homesick, so l was scary to new environment. Adjectiveawful2016.09.26 22:19
312enormouslyThis bad news influenced the super star enormously.Advinfinitely and forcefully2016.09.26 22:17
313soloThe young singer soloed a famous song on the stage.Verbsinging or doing something by yourself2016.09.26 22:10
314incrediblelt seems incredible that 90 percent students use computer to relax.Adjectiveunbelievable2016.09.26 21:54
315obsessShe began obsess about her performance.Verbpuzzle2016.09.26 21:49
316lagooA lagoon is like pool NounA body of water separated of sea for coral reefs or sand bars2016.09.26 20:11
317boundedThe territory is clearly bounded AdjectiveForm a boundary, enclose something.2016.09.26 20:04
318millenniaRomas has millennia of histotyNounplural of millennium2016.09.26 19:57
319sensibleeverything that is sensible, or smart, Katrina did first, despite being eighteen months younger than me.Nounhaving or showing good sense or judgment2016.09.26 19:55
320heritageVenezuela has different cultural heritages.Nounsomething has been transmitted down by tradition2016.09.26 19:54
321exoticapart from an exotic taste in clothes, and the fact that i'm a bit short.Nounvery different, strange, or unusual2016.09.26 19:52
322hesitatei hesitated just a moment,and then began to run alongside him.Nounto stop briefly before you do something especially because you are nervous or unsure about what to do2016.09.26 19:49
323vulnerableThis kid is so vulnerable, he can not withstand any attacks. Adjectivevery easy to be hurt2016.09.26 19:48
324briefwith the place briefly emptyAdjectivelasting only a short period of time2016.09.26 19:46
325skepticHe is a skeptic, he always doubts about anything. Nounsomeone who always doubts2016.09.26 19:37
326miniatureThe Great Wall's miniature can show us the whole view of this fantastic historical building.NounA reproduction of a huge building or a picture into a small scale.2016.09.26 19:23
327therapyThis hospital gives people the best therapy to cure their sickness. Nounthe act of saving and caring for the ills.2016.09.26 19:11
328advocateHe advocate for students.VerbPlead or speak in favour of something.2016.09.26 18:13
329outnumberWoman in a world outnumber man.VerbTo be more numerous.2016.09.26 18:08
330egalitarianThe Education in Canada is egalitarian NounEqual rigths and opportunities for everyone2016.09.26 18:05
331rejectHe reject all propositionVerbTo refuse something.2016.09.26 17:59
332monitoredMonitored Venezuelans found an unidentified aircraftNounTo watch something carefully and record your results2016.09.26 10:17
333conferencei have a conference in e hours.NounA large meeting, often lasting a few days, where people talk about a subject2016.09.26 10:15
334criticizeit’s a word we use to criticize Verbindicate the faults of (someone or something) in a disapproving way 2016.09.26 09:41
335superstitioussuperstitious minds Adjectivehaving a belief in traditional 2016.09.26 09:39
336dottedHe dotted a line across the map.Adjectivehaving gaps or spaces2016.09.26 09:24
337segmentEach segment contains rows from only one table defined in the table space. Nounone of the parts into which something naturally divides2016.09.26 09:19
338exportWe export to many countries.Nouncommodities (goods or services) sold to a foreign country2016.09.26 08:57
339sharplyThe funds rose sharply.Advsame with quickly, keenly, trenchantly, different with slightly2016.09.26 08:56
340manufactureIt is manufactured by machinery.Nounthe organized action of making of goods and services for sale2016.09.26 08:51
341sharplyThe funds rose sharplyAdvin an aggressive manner2016.09.26 08:49
342gainWhite wines tend to gain depth of color with age. Verbget something or inreaese2016.09.26 08:47
343flusterHe doesn't get flustered.Verbcause to be nervous or upset2016.09.25 23:13
344addictTheir study showed that Internet-addicted teenagers have weak social intelligence, too.Verbto cause (someone or oneself) to become dependent (on something, especially a narcotic drug)2016.09.25 22:56
345exudeShe exudes great confidence.Verbmake apparent by one's mood or behavior2016.09.25 22:52
346opponentMy opponent has only focused on the short-term risks involved in hosting the Olympics.Nounban from a place of residence, as for punishment2016.09.25 22:40
347banishI banish the thought from my mind.Verbexpel from a community or group - 2016.09.25 22:37
348chuckle'You never know what is required,' he said with a chuckle.Verba soft partly suppressed laugh - 2016.09.25 22:32
349bartenderi am wondering if you have any openings for a bartender?Nounwho mixes and serves alcoholic drinks at a bar2016.09.25 22:28
350attorneySurprisingly, the 32-year-old Lee recently became an attorney!Nouna professional person authorized to practice law - 2016.09.25 22:26
351pharmacistWe had to wait for the pharmacist to make up her prescription. Nouna heaith professional trained in the art of preparing and dispensing drugs. 2016.09.25 22:24
352glimpseThe long boardwalk lets you glimpse South Africa's popular penguins.Verba quick look2016.09.25 22:23
353piquantBland vegetables are often served with a piquant sauce. Adjectivehaving an agreeably pungent taste2016.09.25 22:21
354illuminateMy room is now illuminated by the vibrating phone.Verbmake lighter or brighter2016.09.25 22:19
355lineagein the past, lineage was vrey important to a family. Nounthe descendants of one individual2016.09.25 22:16
356maltreatOnly very mean preson maltreat children. Verbtreat badly2016.09.25 22:12
357intimatewe are not on intimate terms with our neighbours. Adjectivesomeone to whom private matters are confided2016.09.25 22:11
358resplendenthe glimpsed Sonia, resplendent in a red dress. Adjectivehaving great beauty and splendor. 2016.09.25 22:08
359harmoniousthere should be a harmonious alliance between management and workers. Adjectivemusically pleasig2016.09.25 22:06
360balmyThe air was warm and balmy.Adjective1.informal or slang trems for mentally irregular - 2. mild and pleasant2016.09.25 22:04
361modestHe charged a relatively modest fee;Modest improvementAdjective marked by simplicity; - having a humble opinon of youself2016.09.25 21:59
362betrothalTom has a betrothal with marry. Nouna mutual promise to marry2016.09.25 21:53
363treatTreat your keyboard with care and it should last for years.Verbinteract in a certain way;subject to a process or treatment,with the aim of readying for some purpose,improving,or remedying a condition; 2016.09.25 19:11
364detentiona sentence of 12 months'detention in a young offender institution.Nouna state of being confined;a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home.2016.09.25 19:06
365handicraftto teach handicraftsNouna work produced by hand labor;a craft that requires skillful hands.2016.09.25 19:03
366chopchop up meat. - Nouncut into pieces;move suddenly;form or shape by chopping.2016.09.25 18:57
367trailerThat's a car with a trailer hitched on to it at the back of the road.Nounsomeone who takes more time than necessary;2016.09.25 18:54
368charterThe holiday-makers was chartered to go fishing.Nounhired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers.2016.09.25 18:50
369involvedThey see a lot of each other but aren't involved.Nounconnected by participation or association or use;entangled or hindered as if e.g.in mire; highly complex or intricate and occasionally.2016.09.25 18:46
370definitelyShe definitely had an ulterior motive in offering to help.Adjectivewithout question and beyond doubt2016.09.25 18:43
371participantHe has been an active participant in the discussion.Adjectivesomeone who takes part in an activity;2016.09.25 18:40
372lodgeAll visitors should report to the porter's lodge.Nounstay temporarily;put,fix,force,or implant;file a formal charge against.2016.09.25 18:39
373radiatorTom fell asleep against the radiator.Nounheater consisting of a series of pipes for circulating steam or hot water to heat room.2016.09.25 18:36
374interveneThe government is doing nothing to intervene in the crsisNounget involved,so as to alter or hinder an action,or through force or threat of force.2016.09.25 18:33
375thermometera thermometer readingNounmeasuring instrument for measuring temperature.2016.09.25 18:29
376abandoned they abandoned ship in a small life boat.Adjectiveleft without needed protection or care2016.09.25 18:28
377mythancient Greek mythsNouna traditional story accepted as history.2016.09.25 18:27
378crackThe boat started bouncing, and you could hear her cracking.Verbto break (something) so that there are lines in its surface but it is usually not separated into pieces.2016.09.25 18:27
379turkey A cook won’t pick up a turkey.Nouna large American bird that is related to the chicken and that is hunted or raised by people for its meat.2016.09.25 18:25
380compHere's two comps,would u like to go to watch the movie with me?Nounan intensive examination testing a student's proficiency - in some special field of knowledge. 2016.09.25 18:24
381federationjoin in The Tennis federation.Nounan organization formed by merging several groups or parties.2016.09.25 18:18
382inspectionDoing increased inspections.Nounthe act of looking at something closely in order to learn more about it, to find problems, etc. : the act of inspecting something. 2016.09.25 18:18
383gorillaThe gorilla is actually a quiet animal.Nounlargest anthropoid ape ;terrestrial and vegetarian;of forests of central west Africa.2016.09.25 18:14
384clientThe company need to focus on its biggest clients. - Nounsomeone pay many for service.2016.09.25 18:09
385amateursomeone was an accomplished amateur musician.Nounengaged in as a pastime:lack professional skill or expertise. - 2016.09.25 18:05
386boredomwe are dying of boredom!Nounthe feeling of being bored by something tedious2016.09.23 09:36
387shriekThe shrieking schoolchildren, who stopped by after school.Verbto make a loud, high-pitched cry.2016.09.23 08:22
388cilantroBecause cilantro is used in a variety of cuisines around the world to mask smells,as well as to add distinctive flavors.NounCilantro is the leaves of the coriander plant that are used as an herb.2016.09.23 08:21
389miscellaneousHousework is usually miscellaneous and toilsome.Adjectivea. Consisting of a haphazard assortment of different kinds - b. Having many aspects2016.09.23 08:21
390unspeakableunspeakable is name of a film.Adjectivedescribe someone which is not described or understood.2016.09.23 08:20
391democracyIn my country (Venezuela) we are losing the democracy and it is become in dictatorshipNounA system of government in which all the people choose their leaders, or a country with this system2016.09.22 08:12
392dangerousThe world is in dangerous situationAdjectiveIf someone or something is dangerous, they or it could harm you.2016.09.22 08:09
393equalityThe world needs to racial equalityNounA situation in which everyone is equal and has the same rights2016.09.22 08:08
394hypothesisHe has several hypothesis about this subejct NounAn idea or explanation for something that is based on known facts but has not yet been proved2016.09.22 08:06
395independenceTeenagers need a certain amount of independence.Nounsituation in which individuals look after themselves and do not need help from other people2016.09.22 08:03
396coffeea cup of coffee makes me happy.Nouna beverage made from hot water poured over the roasted ground or crushed seeds(ˈcof•fee ˌbeans) of the fruit of certain coffee trees.2016.09.21 22:29
397differenttwo different tearsAdjective3. not identical; - separate or distinct:2016.09.21 22:29
398lexicalLexical Entry Form is made.Nounof or relating to the words or vocabulary of a language.2016.09.21 22:28
399teacherteacher makes me happy.Noun1. a person who teaches or instructS, esp. as a profession; - instructor.2016.09.21 22:28
400teacherThe teacher makes me happy.Noun1.a person who teaches or instructs, esp. as a profession; - instructor.2016.09.21 22:27
401englishThey can speak English.Nounthe language spoken in England, the United States, Canada, Australia, and other countries.2016.09.21 22:26
402lookYou look so beautiful today.Verb3.to appear to the eye as specified.2016.09.21 22:25
403teacherteacher makes me happy. Noun1.a person who teaches or instructs, esp. as a profession; - instructor.2016.09.21 22:25
404teachera teacher makes me happy.Noun1.a person who teaches or instructs, esp. as a profession; - instructor.2016.09.21 22:24
405corpusThe words in a corpus can be arranged in order of their frequency in that corpus. Noun1.a large or complete collection of writings: - 2016.09.21 11:04
406teacherteacher makes me always happy. Noun1.a person who teaches or instructs, esp. as a profession; - instructor2016.09.21 10:58
407vocationalI'm going to a vocational school after high schoolAdjectivethe training and skills needed for a particular job or profession. 2016.09.21 10:47
408entrepreneurHe is a well-known software entrepreneurNouna person who organizes and manages an enterprise, esp. a business, usually with considerable daring, skill, and financial risk.2016.09.21 10:44
409aboriginalthe issue of aboriginal land rightsAdjective of, relating to, or typical of aborigines: - aboriginal customs. - original or earliest known; native; indigenous: - the aboriginal people of Tah2016.09.21 10:32
410provideWe are here to provide the best possible medical care.Verbto make available; furnish: - to provide employees with various benefits.2016.09.21 10:28
411willingI am perfectly willing to work night.Adjectivedisposed or consenting; inclined: - willing to go along. - cheerfully consenting or ready: - a willing worker. - 2016.09.21 10:25
412delinquencyan increase in juvenile delinquencyNoun - wrongful, illegal, or antisocial behavior. 2016.09.21 10:16
413juvenileThe actions of some adults are juvenile.Adjectiveof, pertaining to, characteristic of, or suitable or intended for young persons: 2016.09.21 10:10
414inbornHe has inborn merit about art which make him to be a famous artist.AdjectiveExisting from birth2016.09.20 23:58
415meritcomposers of outstanding meritNounThe quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward.2016.09.20 23:55
416notwithstandingshe tells us she is an intellectual; notwithstanding, she is a beauty queenAdvNevertheless; in spite of this2016.09.20 23:53
417anecdotalwhile there was much anecdotal evidence there was little hard factAdjectivenot necessarily true or reliable, because based on personal accounts rather than facts or research2016.09.20 23:51
418substitutionthe substitution of rail services with buses make people are easier in short-distance travelsNounThe action of replacing someone or something with another person or thing2016.09.20 23:49
419temperamentshe had an artistic temperamentNounA person's or animal's nature, especially as it permanently affects their behaviour2016.09.20 23:46
420sophisticatedthere are a lot of sophisticated devices in our generationAdjective1.Aware of and able to interpret complex issues. - 2.(of a machine, system, or technique) developed to a high degree of complexity.2016.09.20 23:41
421potentialHe is very talented, he show his potential to be a great soccer player in the future.NounLatent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness.2016.09.20 23:36
422climbingi like to practice climbing in Brazil mountains.NounThe sport of climbing mountains, hills, or rocks2016.09.20 15:15
423skydivingI went to Germany to take an skydiving class. NounA sport in which a person jumps from an aircraft and falls for as long as possible before opening a parachute2016.09.20 15:13
424skillsYou need good communication skills to be a teacher.NounThe ability to do an activity or job well, especially because you have done it many times2016.09.20 15:11
425challengeI need to bit this challenge.NounSomething difficult that tests your ability2016.09.20 15:09
426dismissAnyone who breaks company rules will be dismissed.VerbTo officially make someone leave their job.2016.09.20 15:07
427quotaI've done my quota of work for the dayNounthe share or part of a total that is required from, allowed to, or that belongs to a particular district, group2016.09.19 09:52
428simulateScientists know Earth-like conditions can be simulated on Mars because something similar has already been done in Antarctica.Verbcreate a representation or model of2016.09.19 09:43
429deviateHe never deviated from his strict vegetarian diet.Verb - to do something that is different from the usual or common way of behaving. - 2016.09.19 09:43
430simulatedScientist know Earth-like conditions can be simulated on Mars because something similar has already been done in Antarctica. Adjectivemade to look, feel ,or behave like something: not real. 2016.09.19 09:43
431assembleAll the students were asked to assemble in the main hallVerb1.to come or bring together, - to put together2016.09.19 09:40
432pessimisticwe are pessimistic about our planetNounTending to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen2016.09.19 09:40
433optimizeoptimize the use of source Verbto optimize plan, system, or machine mean to arrange or design it so that it operates as smoothly and efficiently as possible.2016.09.19 09:38
434parameterthere are three parameters by which a speaker is able to modify the meaning of the utterance—pitch, volume, and tempoNounA numerical or other measurable factor forming one of a set that defines a system or sets the conditions of its operation.2016.09.19 09:38
435optimisticI was optimistic about the future Adjectivesomeone who is optimistic is hopeful about the future and tends to expect that good things will happen 2016.09.19 09:37
436phoenix A phoenix is very loyal and smart, its tears could fix any - wound.NounPhoenix is a kind of bird ofWestern European mythology, and it reborn from fire.2016.09.19 09:36
437depressionlack of sleep can lead to depression.NounA mental condition characterized by feelings of severe mood and tired 2016.09.19 09:32
438isolatedIt also will be difficult for Mars colonists to be isolated.Adjectivefar from someone or someplace; alone2016.09.19 09:27
439devastateSyria is a nation devastated by war.Noundestroy,damage badly2016.06.27 17:21
440enticeAll the advertising in the world will not entice me to buy a stair lift.Verbtempt, persuade by offering something nice2016.06.27 17:18
441dumbfoundHe was dumbfounded by all the damage done by the storm.Verbto make speechless with amazement:2016.06.21 23:01
442struggleThey struggle with a math task.Verbto try very hard to do, achieve, or deal with something that is difficult or that causes problems2016.06.17 03:16
443atrociousHe had atrocious table manners.Adjectivevery bad or tasteless; - abominable; - appalling:2016.06.15 18:21
444hypertextIn general, hypertext generally refers to a dynamic and non-linear system for presenting 'active' text, which includes text, graphics, audio and videoNounhypertext is high-level software through which learners search for information and explore knowledge in real time in non-linear2016.05.18 00:54
445acrimonyLast September's JLG meeting in London ended with acrimony on both sides. - Nounbitterness of manner, speech, etc: - 2016.05.20 09:01
446affluenceAnd to be enveloped in a mist of enchantment was a way of life that the miasma of fashion, affluence and privilege had in no way approachedNounthe state of having an abundance of money and material goods.2016.05.20 09:20
447clozeThe teacher distributed a cloze test to the students.Verba test of the ability to comprehend text in which the reader has to supply the missing words that have been removed from the text at regular2016.05.18 02:59
448multimediamultimedia is defined as “a collation of different media.Nounmultimedia is defined as “a collation of different media emanating from a single computer system or a network, which can deliver text, graph2016.05.18 02:57
449multimediamultimedia systems have greatly improved our livesNounmultimedia is defined as a collations of different media emanating from a single computer system or a network.2016.05.18 02:57
450hypermediaWeb pages set up for users to access the hypermedia.Nouna hypertext system or hypertext application that features a linear and real-time branching structure, integrating other media.2016.05.18 00:56
451balladHer latest single is a balladNoun A ballad is a long song or poem which tells a story in simple language.2016.05.18 00:55
452outrageousoutrageous price - outrageous treatmentNounextremly unusuaul - grossly offensive to morality2016.05.18 00:55
453hypertextHypertext generally refers to dynamic and non-linear system for presenting active text, which includes text, graphics, audio and videoNounhigh-level software through which learners search for information and explore knowledge in real time in nonlinear and interact2016.05.18 00:54
454hypertextHypertext generally refers to a dynamic and non-linear system for presenting ‘active’ text, which includes text, graphics, audio and videoNounhypertext is high-level software through which learners search for information and explore knowledge in real time in non-linear and interact2016.05.18 00:54
455computerShe’s looking at the computer monitor. - Nounan electronic machine that can store and deal with large amounts of information2016.05.18 00:54
456devolveThe senator devolved the duties of office upon a group of aides.Verbv.tr. - 1. To pass on or delegate to another. - - 2016.05.18 00:53
457boyfriendHe is my lovely boyfriend.NounSomeone's boyfriend is a man or boy with whom they are having a romantic or sexual relationship. 2016.05.18 00:52
458futureClose your eye. - What things can you see? - the dark? - Yes, It the futureNounOh my god........2016.05.18 00:52
459multimediaThe term ‘multimedia’ was widely defined in the 1980s as ‘an integrated collection of different media.’ Nouna collation of different media emanating from a single computer system or a network2016.05.17 22:53
460abet Bushes and vines abetted the rocks in forming thorny detours for the struggling strangerVerb in a state of temporary inactivity. temporary inactivity, cessation, or suspension - 2016.05.05 04:25
461preciousDiamonds are precious that they can be categorised according to their colour and hardness.Adjectiverare and worth a lot of money2016.03.22 19:21
462commencethe construction will commence laterVerbbegin2016.03.16 18:27
463chorusA chorus of angels sing you to your rest!Nouna group of persons singing together2016.03.09 19:47
464submitYou need to submit your abstract before the deadlineVerbto hand in something2016.03.01 01:07
465abilityyou need to have a lot of ability to survive.Nounbeing able to do something2016.02.29 00:43
466rely_onMy friend can rely_on meNounto trust somebody2016.02.15 09:34
467paragonShe was a paragon of virtue. (Example supplied by Lextutor.)Noungood example2016.01.19 14:15
468jeeringly«Onion-sauce! Onion-sauce!' he remarked jeeringly, and was gone before they could think of a thoroughly satisfactory reply. AdjectiveTo speak or shout derisively; mock.2016.01.14 12:37
469contemptuous«He was bowled over in an instant by the impatient and contemptuous Mole, who trotted along the side of the hedge chaffing the other rabbitsAdjectivewhen predicative, often foll by of. showing or feeling contempt; disdainful2016.01.14 12:33
470seclusionThe sunshine struck hot on his fur, soft breezes caressed his heated brow, and after the seclusion of the cellarage he had lived in so longNounSeclusion is the act of secluding, i.e. shutting out or keeping apart from society, or the state of being secluded, or a place that is priva2016.01.14 12:27
471hedgerowAnd rabbits, - sitting at their front doors in the hedgerows, held up their fore-paws, - and said, 'O my! O my! O my!'NounA rough or mixed hedge of wild shrubs and occasional trees, typically bordering a road or field.2015.12.20 12:04
472chimney-cornerAfter luncheon, accordingly, when the other two had settled themselves - into the chimney-corner and had started a heated argument on the subjNouna recess that contains a seat in a large open fireplace; inglenook2015.12.16 10:53
473industrialThey don't have industrial machinery and equipment which are necessary.Adjectiveof or relating to or resulting from industry2015.12.09 11:27
474functionalthe problem now is not a constitutional onee , it is a functional one.Adjective1. designed for or capable of a particular function or use - 2. relating to or based on function especially as opposed to structure2015.12.09 11:25
475pluralisticOur objective is a free, open, and pluralistic society.Adjectiveof or relating to the philosophical doctrine of pluralism2015.12.09 11:20
476assumptionYou would be making an assumption that's not based on any fact that you could report.Nouna statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn2015.12.09 11:19
477ethicalMayors want local companies to behave ethically.Adjectiveconforming to accepted standards of social or professional behavior2015.12.09 11:17
478neutralLet's meet on neutral territory.Nounone who does not side with any party in a war or dispute2015.12.09 11:15
479customIt was his custom to approach every problem cautiously.Nounaccepted or habitual practice2015.12.09 11:13
480alteredThe altered policy promised successAdjectivechanged in form or character without becoming something else2015.12.09 11:12
481dramaticallyThe play was dramatically interesting.Adjective1. in a dramatic manner - 2. with respect to dramatic value2015.12.09 11:11
482divorceNumerous marriages now end in divorce.Nounthe legal dissolution of a marriage2015.12.09 11:08
483circumstanceEvery circumstance affects our liveNounA condition or fact that affects a situation2015.12.08 16:35
484merelyI was merely admiring the new storeAdvNo more than; and nothing else; only - 2015.12.08 16:31
485simultaneouslyI bought a new computer simultaneously with my best friendAdjectivehappening or being done at exactly the same time2015.12.08 13:39
486maintenancemaintenance of this car is very expensive Nounthe work needed to keep a road, building, machine, etc. in good condition2015.12.08 13:37
487consentWe should find a consent when and how children could use phonesNounpermission or agreement2015.12.08 13:32
488mutualmutual respect is important in any technological businessAdjective(of two or more people or groups) feeling the same emotion, or doing the same thing to or for each other2015.12.08 13:27
489diversityThere were a diversity on the food menu.NounThe variety of being.2015.12.08 13:25
490simultaneouslyTheir phones ringed simultaneouslyNounAt the same time2015.12.08 13:23
491diversityThe diversity of technology usage is incredibleNounthe fact of many different types of things or people being included in something; a range of different things or people2015.12.08 13:21
492sustenanceThe poor countries are turned in different kind of natural energy sources for sustenanceNounA food or a drink that which is regarded as a source of energy.2015.12.08 13:21
493inclusiveThe price of this product is inclusiveNounThe price is inclusive 2015.12.08 13:18
494sustenancesustenance is very important in modern world Nounthe ability of food to provide people and animals with what they need to make them strong and healthy2015.12.08 13:17
495definitionThey have great resolution and incredible color definitionNouna statement of the ecact meaning of a word2015.12.08 13:17
496liberalizedSeveral agreements to liberalized gay marriage were sign by the government.Nounremove or loosen restrictions on something 2015.12.08 13:14
497importantThe test we have for next week is very important for our final mark.NounA great signifance or value.2015.12.08 13:12
498extendedWe added an extended kitchen and a bathroom.Nouna cause to cover a larger area.2015.12.08 13:11
499primaryPrimary profit of Apple is iPhone Adjectivemore important than anything else; main2015.12.08 13:10
500dramaticallyThe situation has changed in a dramatically way.Nounan act that shows a surprizing fact.2015.12.08 13:09
501circumstancesWe wanted to get arried but the circumstances didn t allowed usNouna fact or a condition connected with an act or action2015.12.08 13:07
502paceIt is difficult to realize pace with which technologies are improvingNounthe speed at which someone or something moves, or with which something happens or changes2015.12.08 13:06
503spacingIt is very important to keep keep appropriate spacing during you write something at Microsoft Word Nounthe amount of distance between lines or words, especially on a printed page2015.12.08 13:00
504merelyI was't playing my phone. I merely looked for timeAdvused to emphasize that you mean exactly what you are saying and nothing more2015.12.08 12:50
505instituteThe institute is really famous for physics.NounInstitute is a place where people do some summit research there.2015.12.07 23:50
506pacewe live in a fast-paced society.Nounmeans one step for noun. - V-pace: means people slowly move.2015.12.07 23:48
507relinquishmentSometime , the spiritual journey is the relinquishment.NounThe noun form of relinquish, which means give up something2015.12.07 23:46
508liberalizeliberalize:Lieralizing the law can lead to high criminal rate.Verbliberalize means less strict and more freedom to people2015.12.07 23:43
509pluralisticThe USA is a pluralistic society.Adjectivepluralistic:very muti-cultural, different nationalities.2015.12.07 23:39
510ethicalEthical issues surrounding terminally-ill patients.Adjectiveethical means rellating to beliefs and morals about right or wrong.2015.12.07 23:37
511consentThey all consent my idea.Nounmeans, agree with some thing or somebody2015.12.07 23:34
512ethicalThe human cloning that most people believe not to be ethical. - Nounrelating to beliefs about what is morally right and wrong2015.12.07 23:32
513procreationI bought some animals and some of them are used for procreation.NounMeans reproduction. The noun form of reproduce. 2015.12.07 23:32
514assumptionScientists need to do a lot of experiments to confirm their basic assumption is true.Nounsomething that you accept as true without question or proof2015.12.07 23:31
515pluralisticCanada is a pluralistic country. - Adjectivea person who believes that the existence of different types of people, beliefs, and opinions within a society is a good thing - 2015.12.07 23:30
516maintenanceNew equipment maintenance is beyond the budget. - Nounmoney that a person must pay regularly by law in order to support their child or previous marriage partner after a divorce2015.12.07 23:29
517sustenanceSustenance includes food , drink and necessityNounsustenance are the resource that all creature needs2015.12.07 23:28
518assumptionThe basic assumption are very professional way for researchingNounpresumption , first thing can not be true or exit unless the second thing is true or exits.2015.12.07 23:26
519neutralSome scientists are neutral in using the new robot. - Adjectivenot saying or doing anything that would encourage or help any of the groups involved in an argument or war2015.12.07 23:21
520simultaneouslyA computer can do a variety of operations simultaneously to save time and final cost. - Advhappening or being done at exactly the same time2015.12.07 23:09
521inclusiveScientists need inclusive the knowledge to support their research.AdjectiveAn inclusive price or amount includes everything2015.12.07 23:05
522sustenanceGenetically modified crops increased production that solved sustenance supply.Nounfood2015.12.07 23:01
523sustenanceI seek your support and sustenance.Nounmeans of sustaining life; nourishment.2015.12.07 22:57
524rapidAll kinds of cell phone apps update rapid, people have more than one choice. - Adjectivefast or sudden2015.12.07 22:53
525neutralJournalists are supposed to be politically neutral.Adjectivenot taking part or giving assistance in a dispute or war between others2015.12.07 22:53
526constantThe lab needs to keep the constant temperature to test the new medicine.Adjectivestaying the same, or not getting less or more2015.12.07 22:52
527receptiveShe was always receptive to new ideas.Adjectiveable or quick to receive knowledge, ideas, etc.2015.12.07 22:51
528alterWireless networks and apps have altered people's life.Verbto change something, usually slightly, or to cause the characteristics of something to change2015.12.07 22:50
529simultaneouslyAll the street stalls were pulled down simultaneouslyAdvoperating at the same time; concurrent2015.12.07 22:48
530moraleI'm sure it beefed up morale a lotNounemotional or mental condition with respect to cheerfulness, confidence, zeal, etc., especially in the face of opposition, hardship, etc.:2015.12.07 22:42
531procreationThese areas are procreation, life, and deathNounproduction 2015.12.07 22:40
532relinquishmentIn return for the relinquishment, he had been released.Nounrenouncement or surrender 2015.12.07 22:36
533simultaneouslyThe Windows allows a computer user to execute multiple programs simultaneously.Advhappening at the same time.2015.12.07 22:05
534maintenanceIn the future, the machines will need spare parts and maintenance.Nounsomething that maintains - 2015.12.07 22:02
535pluralisticTechnology needs pluralistic knowledge structure.Adjectivethe holding by one person of two or more offices at the same time. - 2015.12.07 21:59
536relativelyThe current battery of cellphone would have a relatively long life cycle.Advwhen compared to others2015.12.07 21:54
537interactingThese interacting signals can be coded into a program quite simply.Verbto come together and have an effect on each other.2015.12.07 21:50
538paceThis old computer could not stand the pace or the workload.Nouna rate of movement, especially in stepping, walking, etc.2015.12.07 21:46
539satisfactoryAlthough the laptop is small, it has a satisfactory variety of function.Adjectivegiving or affording satisfaction; fulfilling all demands or requirements.2015.12.07 21:42
540assumptionsThese assumptions are made as a matter of experience and convenience.Nounsomething taken for granted; a supposition.2015.12.07 21:38
541circumstancesYou should soon accommodate yourself the new circumstances.Nounthe existing conditions or state of affairs surrounding and affecting an agent.2015.12.07 21:35
542optimistsOptimists reckon tablet device prices will move up with inflation this year.Nouna person who holds the belief or the doctrine of optimism2015.12.07 21:31
543assumptionsThere are new assumptions about how apple employees are getting ill. NounThe act of taking for granted or supposing synonyms presumption; presupposition2015.12.07 21:12
544socializationIt is found that almost all of socialization is somehow on the internet.NounThe act or process of making socialistic: the socialization of industry2015.12.07 21:07
545socializationIt is found that almost all of socialization is somehow on the internet.NounThe act or process of making socialistic: the socialization of industry2015.12.07 21:07
546ethicalThere are many ethical issues caused by social websites.AdjectivePertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality, pertaining to right & wrong in conduct 2015.12.07 20:59
547diversityWe are open to a diversity of different types of technologyNounThe state or fact of being diverse; difference unlikeness:diversity of opinion2015.12.07 20:54
548functioningThe phone is not functioning because it is broken.NounA factor related to or dependent upon other factor: price is a function of supply demand2015.12.07 20:41
549circumstancesDue to the circumstances of our electricity bill we had to turn off our heater for a while.NounThe condition or state of a person with respect to income & material welfare: a family in reduced circumstances2015.12.07 20:35
550consumptionThe energy and storage consumption in my I phone is very fast. NounThe act of consuming, as by use,decay, or destruction2015.12.07 20:24
551sustenanceMy USB and laptop are my educational sustenance for work at schoolNounMeans of sustaining life; nourishment 2015.12.07 20:18
552referringWe say WiFi referring to wireless internet for frequent interface.VerbTo direct for information or anything required: He referred me to book on astrology2015.12.07 20:14
553generationFor generations we have been researching to make our computers, phones, and internet betterNounThe entire body of individuals born & living at about the same time: the postwar generation2015.12.07 20:07
554performanceour duty is to test the performance of the new car.NounSomeone's or something's performance is how successful they are or how well they do something.2015.12.07 18:02
555simultaneouslyThe radar beam can track a number of targets almost simultaneously.AdjectiveThings which are simultaneous happen or exist at the same time. 2015.12.07 18:00
556relinquishmentrelinquishment of a experiment is always a hard decision for experts. Nouna verbal act of renouncing a claim or right or position etc.2015.12.07 18:00
557mutualthe power is mutual so you will hurt when you hurt others.AdjectiveYou use mutual to describe a situation, feeling, or action that is experienced, felt, or done by both of two people mentioned. 2015.12.07 17:58
558pluralisticThe design needs broad culture visual angle and pluralistic knowledge structure. Adjectiveof or relating to the philosophical doctrine of pluralism;2015.12.07 17:57
559ethicalThe use of animals in scientific tests raises some difficult ethical questions.AdjectiveEthical means relating to beliefs about right and wrong.2015.12.07 17:56
560inclusiveThe group can be large, small, inclusive , exclusive, formal or informal.AdjectiveIf a price is inclusive, it includes all the charges connected with the goods or services offered. If a price is inclusive of postage and pa2015.12.07 17:55
561liberalizemany countries liberalize controls over the export to China of high technology products.VerbWhen a country or government liberalizes, or liberalizes its laws or its attitudes, it becomes less strict and allows people more freedom in2015.12.07 17:54
562religiousreligious phenomenon can be explained by technology.AdjectiveYou use religious to describe things that are connected with religion or with one particular religion.2015.12.07 17:52
563circumstancein this circumstance, we must stop this experiment.NounThe circumstances of a particular situation are the conditions which affect what happens.2015.12.07 17:51
564alterThe phone company try hard at the devices to alter the consumer needs Verbto make different in some particular, as size, style, course, or the like; modify: 2015.12.06 20:38
565inclusiveNorth America inclusive Canada have a lot of GM product, and usually is written on the product Adjectiveincluding a great deal, or encompassing everything concerned; comprehensive2015.12.06 20:35
566extendedTo be successful you need a lot of extended effort Nouncontinued or prolonged2015.12.06 20:29
567mutualWhen the person have mutual respect, the speaking under nick name will never change his respect even behind the computer screen Adjectivepossessed, experienced, performed, etc., by each of two or more with respect to the other; reciprocal2015.12.06 20:23
568consumptionThe number of data consumption increase everyday Nounthe act of consuming, as by use, decay, or destruction2015.12.06 20:18
569primaryApple Mac company has the primary in technology and related devices Adjectivefirst or highest in rank or importance; chief; principal2015.12.06 20:03
570simultaneouslyTechnology is a huge simultaneously movement started from the end of last centuryAdjectiveexisting, occurring, or operating at the same time; concurrent2015.12.06 19:54
571diversityTweeter is a good place for diversity opinion and idea Nounthe state or fact of being diverse; difference; unlikeness2015.12.06 19:49
572neutralInternet allow people to have different neutral personality behind the devices screenAdjectiveof no particular kind, characteristics, etc.; indefinite2015.12.06 19:44
573dramaticallyUsing technology increased dramatically in the last 20 yearsAdvhighly effective; striking2015.12.06 19:34
574simultaneouslyEach node can transfer data sets simultaneously to every other node. Advat the same instant2015.12.04 23:27
575procreationSome people believe that sex should only be for the purpose of procreation.Nounthe sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring2015.12.04 23:25
576consentThey did not consent to buy some candies.Verbpermission or agreement:2015.12.04 23:23
577mutualThe feeling of unease is mutual.AdjectiveC1 (of two or more people or groups) feeling the same emotion, or doing the same thing to or for each other:2015.12.04 23:20
578pluralisticWill the army truly allow the emergence of a pluralistic, representative model government?Nounof or relating to the philosophical doctrine of pluralism2015.12.04 23:18
579inclusiveThis technology should be inclusive of all departments and all situations.NounAn inclusive price or amount includes everything2015.12.04 23:13
580sustenanceThe biological weapons brings death, not sustenance.Nounfood:2015.12.04 23:10
581alterWe've had to alter our computer system.Verbto change something, usually slightly, or to cause the characteristics of something to change2015.12.04 23:08
582liberalizeWhy Liberalize Trade?Verbto make laws, systems, or opinions less severe2015.12.04 17:43
583extendedThe European powers extended their weapons of mass destructionAdjectivelong or longer than usual2015.12.04 15:22
584maintenanceThe maintenance of robot is pretty complex.Nounthe work needed to keep a road, building, machine, etc. in good condition2015.12.04 00:08
585ethicalIt is a ethical question how we use language on internet?Adjectiverelating to beliefs about what is morally right and wrong2015.12.04 00:01
586rapidHe has made rapid progress in his searching.Adjective fast or sudden2015.12.03 23:52
587certificateThe certificate of technique is invalid.Nounan official document that states that the information on it is true2015.12.03 23:50
588satisfactoryI am fairly satisfactory to the new robot.Adjectivegood or good enough for a particular need or purpose2015.12.03 23:46
589extendedHumans have extended searching in the technology landscape.Adjective long or longer than usual2015.12.03 23:42
590liberalizedThe rule of internet is fully liberalized.Verbto make laws, systems, or opinions less severe2015.12.03 23:37
591alterWe've altered the original design of the new phone. Verbto change something, usually slightly, or to cause the characteristics of something to change2015.12.03 23:27
592circumstanceDon't use technology to deceive under any circumstance. Nouna fact or event that makes a situation the way it is2015.12.03 23:23
593merelyI merely bought a new phone.Advused to emphasize that you mean exactly what you are saying and nothing more2015.12.03 23:19
594inclusiveFor science education to be effective, it must be inclusive .Nounan inclusive price or cost includes everything2015.11.29 18:16
595inclusiveFor science education to be effective, it must be inclusive .Nounan inclusive price or cost includes everything2015.11.29 16:52
596relinquishmentThe internet is the relinquishment of government control.Nounto let someone else have your position, power, or rights, especially unwillinglyT2015.11.29 16:45
597diversityScientists can help us grasp the diversity of technology.Nounthe fact of including many different types of people or things2015.11.29 16:38
598simultaneouslyThe article will be published simultaneously on Science and Nature.Advthings that are simultaneous happen at exactly the same time2015.11.29 16:31
599interactThe immune system interacts with both the nervous system and the hormones.Verbif 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 other2015.11.29 16:26
600sustenanceOrganic farming provides healthy sustenance to the public.Nounfood that people or animals need in order to live2015.11.28 19:14
601sustenanceOrganic farming provides healthy sustenance to the public.Nounfood that people or animals need in order to live2015.11.28 17:37
602divorceThe scientists try to use new technology to reduce divorce rate.Nounif someone divorces their husband or wife, or if two people divorce, they legally end their marriage2015.11.28 17:32
603liberalizationThe liberalization of science and technology is important for our society.Nounto make a system, laws, or moral attitudes less strict2015.11.28 17:27
604instituteThe Institute for Space Studies is a very authoritative organization.Nounan organization that has a particular purpose such as scientific or educational work, or the building where this organization is based2015.11.28 17:22
605optimistScientists need a group of optimists to do a experiment. Nounsomeone who believes that good things will happen2015.11.28 16:57
606dyslexiaSome talented people have dyslexia, for example Jobs.Noundyslexia means some people have difficulty with reading.2015.11.26 19:08
607intrigueI am intrigued to the movieVerbV: it interestspeople and people want to know more about it2015.11.26 19:00
608intrigueI am intrigued to her danceNounN:can be a plot to deceive or harm others2015.11.26 18:52
609recoilIf humans to rely on machine, we will recoil to ourself.Verbto make a sudden movement away from something esp. because of fear or disgust2015.11.24 14:05
610solidThe new iPhone is solidAdjectivehaving a fixed shape that cannot be changed easily2015.11.24 14:03
611disturbThe data disturb making decision.Verbto cause someone to stop what the person is doing, or to interrupt an activity2015.11.24 14:01
612subsideNew technologies could help us define when hurricanes will subsideVerb to become less strong, or less violent2015.11.24 14:00
613predatorLots of biologist use camera to observe predator. Nounan animal that hunts and kills other animals for food - 2015.11.24 13:59
614abruptThe situation has abrupt change when people start to use machine.Adjectivesudden and not expected, often with unpleasant results2015.11.24 13:56
615tremendousApple presented new TV. It's really tremendous Adjectivegreat in amount, size, or degree; extremely large2015.11.24 13:54
616slaughterShe made a machine to slaughter animals.Nounthe killing of animals for their meat, or the killing of large numbers of animals in a cruel manner2015.11.24 13:52
617seldomI seldom use my phoneAdv almost never2015.11.24 13:50
618chuteFeed chute is very useful in the farm.Nouna narrow, steep slide for objects or people to go down2015.11.24 13:50
619thunderstormWe can use technology to make sound of thunderstormNouna rain storm with thunder and lightning2015.11.24 13:47
620flinchedI flinched after I heard sound from my new speakers Verbto make a sudden small movement because of pain or fear2015.11.24 13:47
621subsideA new technology skill need subside and testVerb(of a condition) to become less strong, or (of an activity or disagreement) to become less violent2015.11.24 13:44
622rugMy rug was printed with the help of 3D printer Nouna shaped piece of thick cloth for covering part of a floor2015.11.24 13:43
623straightforwardA machine straightforward operation is very important.Adjectiveeasy to understand; clear2015.11.24 13:39
624jiggleAt some iPhone games you should jiggle phone to achieve something Verbto move something or cause something to move from side to side or up and down with quick short movements2015.11.24 13:37
625autismPeople need to know what is autism and accept people with autism, they need more protect than normal human. - Nounan illness that starts in young children and causes behavior that is unusually centered on the self while limiting development of 2015.11.24 13:35
626abruptAvoid abrupt movements while drinking coffee above your computer Adjectivesudden and not expected, often with unpleasant results2015.11.24 13:32
627restraintWe need to show restraint while using social networksNoundetermined control over behavior in order to prevent the strong expression of emotion or any violent action2015.11.24 13:28
628chuteMy phone rolled from chuteNouna narrow, steep slide for objects or people to go down2015.11.24 13:22
629rudimentaryHe had only a rudimentary knowledge of French.Adjective1.being or involving basic facts or principles - 2.being in the earliest stages of development - 3.not fully developed in mature animals2015.11.24 12:34
630acquiredMy painting skill is acquired by studying with the art teacher.Adjectivegotten through environmental forces2015.11.24 12:31
631quantitativehe needs to get quantitative.Adjectiveexpressible as a quantity or relating to or susceptible of measurement2015.11.24 12:29
632elaborateIt was clearly an elaborately planned operation.Adjective1.marked by complexity and richness of detail - 2.developed or executed with care and in minute detail2015.11.24 11:29
633probeWhy not go outside and probe it?Verbquestion or examine thoroughly and closely2015.11.24 11:26
634primitivePrimitive humans needed to be able to react like this to escape from dangerous animals.Nouna person who belongs to an early stage of civilization2015.11.24 11:25
635foresightThey had the foresight to invest in new technology.Nounprovidence by virtue of planning prudently for the future2015.11.24 11:23
636tremendousI felt a tremendous pressure on my chest.Adjectiveextraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree2015.11.24 11:21
637hereditaryMy personality is much more hereditary from my father.Adjectivetending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity2015.11.24 11:19
638nourishedThat's a well-nourished babyAdjectivebeing provided with adequate nourishment2015.11.24 11:17
639harmlessThis experiment was harmless to the animals.Adjectivenot causing or capable of causing harm2015.11.24 11:15
640squeezeI liked her way of reassuring you with a squeeze of the hand.Nounthe act of gripping and pressing firmly2015.11.24 11:14
641anxietyHer voice was full of anxiety.Nouna relatively permanent state of anxiety occurring in a variety of mental disorders2015.11.24 11:11
642jiggleHe jiggled the doorknob noisily.Nounmove to and fro2015.11.24 11:11
643associateI haven't been associated with the project over the last year.Verbkeep company with; hang out with2015.11.24 11:05
644slaughterLack of chicken feed means that chicken farms are having to slaughter their stock.Verbkill (animals) usually for food consumption2015.11.24 11:04
645intenseHe was sweating from the intense heat.Adjectivein an extreme degree2015.11.24 11:02
646dominantMost people's dominant emotion is fear.Adjective1.exercising influence or control - 2.(of genes) producing the same phenotype whether its allele is identical or dissimilar2015.11.24 11:00
647autismShe 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 2015.11.24 10:57
648ultimateHe said it is still not possible to predict the ultimate outcome.Nounfurthest or highest in degree or order; utmost or extreme2015.11.24 10:55
649seekShe has to seek more followersNounto try to get or achieve (something)2015.11.24 09:19
650triggerShe pulled the trigger, and the gun went off.NounSomething that causes something else to happen 2015.11.24 09:11
651onslaughtAre you prepare for the onslaught of smart machines?NounA violent attack2015.11.24 09:04
652squeezeIt was a quite simple desire to squeeze her handVerbto press together the parts and especially the opposite sides of (something)2015.11.24 09:00
653subsideThe rain will subside at the end of the day - - Verbto become less strong or intense 2015.11.24 08:55
654hydraulicNew hydraulic model explains the operation principle of the machine clearly. - Adjectiveoperated by or involving the pressure of water or some other liquid2015.11.24 08:52
655skepticalMy grandparents are skeptical about every new technology. - Adjectivedoubting that something is true or useful - 2015.11.24 08:48
656waryScientists are wary of using nuclear energy because it can injure human beings. - Adjectivenot completely trusting or certain about something or someone - 2015.11.24 08:44
657waryI remain wary of the use of cellphone in classAdjectiveNot having or showing complete trust in someone or something that could be dangerous or cause trouble2015.11.24 08:44
658subsideThe new medicine has subsided the suffering of the cancer, but it has side effects. - VerbIf a condition subsides, it becomes less strong or extreme2015.11.24 08:37
659coaxI could coax my sister to save my secret VerbTo influence or persuade (a person or animal) to do something by talking in a gentle and friendly way2015.11.24 08:32
660abruptThe website had an abrupt change that made many users cannot adapt. - Adjectivesudden and unexpected, and often unpleasant2015.11.24 08:32
661squeezeThe fast-paced music put the squeeze on people who do not finish their job. - Nouna situation in which people or things are pushed or forced into a small space: - 2015.11.24 08:26
662recoilMy car have the best recoil buffers Verbto move back suddenly 2015.11.24 08:25
663recoilI recoiled in horror when the robot suddenly began to smoke. - Verbto move back because of fear or disgust (= dislike or disapproval)2015.11.24 08:25
664slaughterEvery year, thousands of animals were slaughtered in slaughter houses.Nounthe killing of animals for meat2015.11.24 08:24
665autismDirector used mini cameras to record children who have autism because he wants to added to the understanding of autism. - Nouna failure to develop social abilities, language, and other communication skills to the usual level - 2015.11.24 08:23
666slaughterDo you think slaughter technology has been the same for the past 10 years?NounThe act of killing animals for their meat2015.11.24 08:18
667cattleThe use of technology has improved the treatment with the cattle considerately - - Nouncows, bulls, or streers that are kept on a farm or ranch for meat or milk2015.11.24 08:12
668conveyorizeThe cattle will be - conveyorized to a new modern frame and fed by a new way. Verbto equip (a factory or the like) with conveyor belts2015.11.24 00:08
669struggleScientists have to struggle against all kinds of adversity when they discover a new field.Verbto try extremely hard to achieve something, even though it is very difficult2015.11.23 23:50
670waryScientists need to be very wary when they do some researches and experiments.Adjectivesomeone who is wary is careful because they think something might be dangerous or harmful2015.11.23 23:45
671slaughterHundreds of animals had been slaughtered by experiments.Verb1 | to kill an animal, especially for its meat - 2 | to kill a lot of people in a cruel or violent way2015.11.23 23:40
672slaughterHundreds of animals had been slaughtered by experiments.Verb1 | to kill an animal, especially for its meat - 2 | to kill a lot of people in a cruel or violent way2015.11.23 23:40
673immatureThe 3D printing technology is not very immature now.Adjectivesomeone who is immature behaves or thinks in a way that is typical of someone much younger - used to show disapproval2015.11.23 23:38
674progressiveOne prominent symptom of the disease is progressive loss of memory.Adjectivesupporting new or modern ideas and methods, especially in politics and education2015.11.23 23:35
675flinchThe scientists never flinch when they are in a trouble.Verbto move your face or body away from someone or something because you are in pain, frightened, or upset2015.11.23 23:30
676squeezeThe research budgets are squeezed by government.Verbto press something firmly together with your fingers or hand:2015.11.23 23:26
677repulsedthe engineer was repulsed by the customer after doing a not so great job on repairing their ipadVerbdrive back (an attack or attacking enemy) by force2015.11.23 23:24
678autisticThere is a new technology invented to treat autistic kids. Adjectivea mental disorder (=problem) that makes people unable to communicate properly, or to form relationships2015.11.23 23:23
679sufficientthe wires used to connect the video player to the tv are sufficient enoughAdjectiveenough; adequate2015.11.23 23:21
680cattleScientists want to invent a new system to handle cattle.Nouncows and bulls skept on a farm for their meat or milk2015.11.23 23:20
681subsidewhen your mobile device or laptop is burning hot and slow you should wait for it to subside before you use it againVerbbecome less intense, violent, or severe2015.11.23 23:19
682reciprocalthey were reciprocal towards the baby sitter and her online educating skills.Adjectivegiven, felt, or done in return2015.11.23 23:07
683symbioticshe was symbiotic towards her other for buying the new MacBook as her birthday present Adjectiveinteraction between two different organisms living in close physical association, typically to the advantage of both. 2015.11.23 22:56
684restrainther parents kept a restraint timing for her and how often she uses the internetNouna measure or condition that keeps someone or something under control or within limits2015.11.23 22:53
685proddedshe prodded him after they joined a dating website and found each other.Verb1.poke (someone) with a finger, foot, or pointed object2015.11.23 22:51
686chuteEvery flight at least has a emergency chute for people to slide down.Nounnarrow slope dpwn which people or things can slide.2015.11.23 22:40
687recoilshe recoiled in fear after dropping her iPhone and breaking her screenVerbsuddenly spring or flinch back in fear, horror, or disgust. 2015.11.23 22:39
688abruptthe new phone I bought had shockingly a very abrupt setting.Adjectivesudden and expected.2015.11.23 22:35
689reciprocalA reciprocal protocol was studied out last week.Noungiven or felt by each toward the other. mutual. 2015.11.23 22:32
690swingWhen young, I liked to play swings.Nounto cause to move to and fro, sway, or oscillate.2015.11.23 22:21
691flinchHe stares at them whithout flinching. Nounwhen some one is about to hit U and U do that sudden movement.2015.11.23 21:55
692ranchThere are few ranches in China. NounA ranch is a large farm used for raising animals ,especially cattle, or sheep.2015.11.23 21:50
693stalkThe stalk of a flower works for transporting water.NounStalk of a flower, leaf or fruit is the thin part that joins it to the plant or tree.2015.11.23 21:46
694dominantthe battery is the most dominant part of a phoneAdjectivemost important, powerful, or influential.2015.11.23 21:45
695prodI prodded him with my elbow.Verbto poke or jab with or as if with something pointed2015.11.23 21:43
696reciprocalIf I helped him, I had reciprocal help from him.Adjectivegiven or felt by each toward the other; mutual2015.11.23 21:40
697shrillSuddenly, a girl's shrill voice rises into sky. NounADJ a shrill sound is high-pitched and unpleasant.2015.11.23 21:38
698symbioticDoctors and patients have a symbiotic relationship.Adjectivehaving an interdependent relationship2015.11.23 21:37
699skepticalPeople were skeptical about the chances of winning the 2002 World Cup soccer game with Italy.Adjectivehaving an attitude of doubt2015.11.23 21:35
700apparatusFirefighters needed breathing apparatus to enter the burning house.Nouna group or combination of instruments, machinery, tools, materials2015.11.23 21:30
701hydraulicThose electric lights make use of hydraulic energy.Adjectiveoperated by, moved by, or employing water or other liquids in motion2015.11.23 21:10
702recoilShe recoiled from his touch.Verbto draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust2015.11.23 21:05
703balkDon't balk when you help others.Verbto stop, as at an obstacle, and refuse to proceed or to do something specified2015.11.23 21:03
704spellThe crop failure spells disaster for many farmers.Verbto signify; amount to2015.11.23 20:58
705subsideSide effect will subside when the drug is stopped.Verbto sink to a low or lower level. - to become quiet, less active, or less violent2015.11.23 20:53
706reciprocalThere is a reciprocal relation between goals and dataAdjectiveused to describe a relationship in which two people or group agree to do something simila for each other2015.11.23 20:21
707symbioticHis work was jarring,yet symbiotic to his own fervent lifestyle.Adjectivethe relationship between two different kinds of living things that live togather and depend on each other2015.11.23 20:17
708apparatusEvery agreed that two weeks is enough to learn to manipulate the apparatusNouna tool or piece of equipment used for specific activities2015.11.23 20:13
709hydraulicThis is why light oils are used as hydraulic fluids.Adjectiveoperated by the pressure of a fluid2015.11.23 20:10
710pubertyI guess you and I are both going through puberty these days.Nounthe period of life when a person's sexual organs mature and he or she becomes able to have children2015.11.23 20:07
711desperateHis desperate situation could not stop him.Adjectivevery sad and upset because of having little or no hope2015.11.23 20:03
712restraintAdvocating safe sex dilutes the message of restraint.Nouna way of limiting, controlling,or stopping something2015.11.23 20:01
713recoilwe recoiled when we faced a big dogVerbto quickly move away from something that is shocking2015.11.23 19:58
714immatureChildren are immature,but they will grow out of it.Adjectivenot fully developed or grown2015.11.23 19:55
715predatorSmall animals should be very careful to avoid their predators.Nounan animal that lives by killing and eating other animals2015.11.23 19:52
716pressureThe autistic children found pressure to found safety place for hiding from something that they afraid fromNounthe exertion of force upon a surface by an object, fluid, etc., in contact with it2015.11.23 18:02
717pressureThe autistic children found pressure to found safety place for hiding from something that they afraid fromNounthe exertion of force upon a surface by an object, fluid, etc., in contact with it2015.11.23 18:02
718flinchedSally flinched ,and be shamed of speechless after having a big trouble with her power point presentation Verbto draw back or shrink, as from what is dangerous, difficult, or unpleasant.2015.11.23 17:50
719proddedEvery day my friends prodded me on my facebook accountVerbto poke or jab with or as if with something pointed2015.11.23 15:47
720waryEveryone should be wary think for the future and learn from their mistakes Adjectivewatchful; being on one's guard against danger2015.11.23 15:44
721reciprocalThe person who do a cyber bulling should be more emotional and reciprocal of the victim Adjectivegiven or felt by each toward the other; mutual2015.11.23 15:39
722slaughterI think we should be thoughtful of how we kill the slaughter and do it with mercy Nounthe killing or butchering of cattle, sheep, etc., especially for food2015.11.23 15:35
723abruptNowadays is difficult to imagine what will be happen in the future with the abrupt technology movement Adjectivesudden or unexpected2015.11.23 15:31
724recoilWhen I watch my child video ,it recoil me to the moment that he was a cute baby.Verbto draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust2015.11.23 15:28
725intenseChatting during the dinner time ,it is intense anger Adjectiveacute, strong, or vehement, as sensations, feelings, or emotions: - 2015.11.23 15:25
726deny Although we life in the 21 century ,Many schools deny the technology in the class room Verbto refuse to agree or accede to2015.11.23 15:14
727desperatemany experiments will end with an desperate situation.Adjectivevery serious or bad:2015.11.22 23:05
728tolerateThis plant prefers alkaline soil, though it will readily tolerate some acidity.Verbto accept behavior and beliefs that are different from your own, although you might not agree with or approve of them:2015.11.22 23:03
729recoilRecoil from death is a nature self - preservationVerbto move back because of fear or disgust (= dislike or disapproval):2015.11.22 23:02
730eliminateto eliminate the side effects from some medicine to hard than develop a new one.Verbto remove or take away someone or something:2015.11.22 22:59
731predatorscientist try to figure out how predators get their prey.Nounan animal that hunts, kills, and other animals:2015.11.22 22:56
732repulsenowadays women have various tools to repulse the criminals.Verbto push away or refuse something or someone unwanted, especially to successfully stop a physical attack against you:2015.11.22 22:52
733costumescientists can get many information from the costume that the ancients wear.Nounthe set of ‹clothes typical of a particular country or period of history, or suitable for a particular activity2015.11.22 22:47
734slaughtermore and more machines are applied in slaughteringVerbthe ‹killing of ‹animals for ‹meat:2015.11.22 22:43
735intenseintense heat will shift the result of experimentAdjectiveextreme and ‹forceful or (of a ‹feeling) very ‹strong:2015.11.22 22:42
736straightforwardNor does scientific knowledge obtain by straightforward experiments and observations.Adjectiveeasy to ‹understand or ‹simple:2015.11.22 22:38
737triggerThe detailed ESB design trigger another set of issues.Verbto ‹cause something ‹bad to ‹start2015.11.22 21:17
738shrillI was awaked by the shrill alarm every morning.Adjectivehaving a ‹loud and high ‹sound that is ‹unpleasant or ‹painful to ‹listen to2015.11.22 21:10
739preyGenes allow them to crawl around and engulf their prey.Verban ‹animal that is ‹hunted and ‹killed for ‹food by another ‹animal2015.11.22 20:58
740distressThey sent a distress rocket.Nouna ‹feeling of ‹extreme ‹worry, sadness, or ‹pain:2015.11.22 20:53
741repulseYou was repulse by fingerprint identification.Nounto ‹push away or ‹refuse something or someone ‹unwanted, ‹especially to successfully ‹stop a ‹physical ‹attack against you2015.11.22 19:20
742intenseThey have warned the world to expect more frequent and intense extreme weather events.Adjectiveextreme and ‹forceful or (of a ‹feeling) very ‹strong2015.11.22 19:12
743subsideThe H5N1 was subsided.VerbIf a ‹condition subsides, it ‹becomes less ‹strong or ‹extreme2015.11.22 19:09
744autismThe cause of autism is unknown.Nouna ‹failure to ‹develop ‹social ‹abilities, ‹language, and other ‹communication ‹skills to the ‹usual ‹level2015.11.22 19:02
745virtualThe Virtual Reality is a new technology.Adjectivealmost a ‹particular thing or ‹quality:2015.11.22 18:58
746ultimateOur ultimate objective is the removal of all nuclear weapons.Adjectivemost ‹extreme or ‹important because either the ‹original or ‹final, or the ‹best or ‹worst2015.11.22 18:24
747apparatusThey lacked the scientific personnel to develop the technical apparatus much further.Nouna group or combination of instruments, machinery, tools, materials, etc., having a particular function or intended for a specific use2015.11.16 22:20
748seldomThey seldom talk on technology in those day.Advon only a few occasions; rarely; infrequently; not often2015.11.16 22:17
749squeezeThis machine helps you to squeeze more juice out.Verbto apply pressure to in order to extract juice, sap, or the like2015.11.16 22:14
750recoilPeople recoil who live near a nuclear power plant because they are concerned about health.Verbto draw back; start or shrink back, as in alarm, horror, or disgust.2015.11.16 22:08
751onslaughtThe onslaught of orders should keep aircraft manufactures busy for some time.Nounan onset, assault, or attack, especially a vigorous one.2015.11.16 22:01
752shrillAudio equipment will sound shrill when a phone close it. Adjectivehigh-pitched and piercing in sound quality2015.11.16 22:01
753ranchThese examples barely touch future prospects in the technology of farm and ranch management.Nounan establishment maintained for raising livestock under range conditions.2015.11.16 21:57
754hormoneComputer games will stimulate hormones.Nouna regulatory substance produced in an organism and transported in tissue fluids such as blood or sap to stimulate specific cells or tissues into action.2015.11.16 21:54
755tolerateThe teacher cannot tolerate using cellphone on the class.Verbto allow the existence, presence, practice, or act of without prohibition or hindrance; permit.2015.11.16 21:52
756pounceFraud squad officers had bugged the phone and were ready to pounce.Verbto swoop down suddenly and grasp2015.11.16 21:49
757repulsedAt the first brush, the enemy was repulsed by the advanced weapon.Verbto cause feelings of repulsion in2015.11.16 21:45
758alarmFire alarm can reduce people injuries.Nouna sudden fear or distressing suspense caused by an awareness of danger; apprehension; fright.2015.11.16 21:45
759straightforwardUsing the computer program is fairly straightforward.Adjectiveeasy to do or understand : not complicated2015.11.16 21:38
760muffleThrough the engine muffler of the car , it can reduce sound pollution.Verbto wrap with something to deaden or prevent sound2015.11.16 21:37
761denyHe didn't deny the facts that use the cellphone during the exam.Verbto state that (something declared or believed to be true) is not true2015.11.16 21:34
762eliminatedBackward equipment will be eliminated.Nounto remove or get rid of, especially as being in some way undesirable2015.11.16 21:28
763abruptThe abrupt slant of the hill gives the building an additional.Adjectivesudden or unexpected2015.11.16 21:19
764associatedIt is associated with armies and navies, and an unlimited police force.Verbto connect or bring into relation, as thought, feeling, memory2015.11.16 20:51
765slaughterSlaughter machine making the meat processing has high efficiency.Nounthe killing or butchering of cattle, sheep, etc., especially for food.2015.11.16 20:47
766dominantIn early 1977, they founded Apple Computer which quickly became one of the dominant forces in the personal-computer field.Adjectiveruling, governing, or controlling; having or exerting authority or influence2015.11.16 20:27
767enforceSome mobile phone software exists the phenomenon of enforce payment.VerbIf 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.2015.11.16 20:21
768reciprocalScientific and technological progress and economic development are reciprocalAdjectiveA 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.2015.11.16 20:19
769resistPeople 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.2015.11.16 20:18
770vaccinatedThe technique of a new type of vaccinated has made people not feel pain. - VerbIf a person or animal is vaccinated, they are given a vaccine, usually by injection, to prevent them from getting a disease.2015.11.16 20:16
771immatureNow take the spacecraft to the moon tourism is Immature.AdjectiveSomething or someone that is immature is not yet completely grown or fully developed. 2015.11.16 20:14
772jigglingA new generation of weight loss equipment to lose weight by jiggling the body.VerbIf you jiggle something, you move it quickly up and down or from side to side.2015.11.16 20:13
773preyScientists have installed a tracker on the lion's prey.NounA creature's prey are the creatures that it hunts and eats in order to live.2015.11.16 20:12
774abruptThe recession brought an abrupt halt to this science and technology.AdjectiveAn abrupt change or action is very sudden, often in a way which is unpleasant.2015.11.16 20:11
775straightforwardDisposable diapers for new inventions are fairly straightforward to put on. - AdjectiveIf you describe something as straightforward, you approve of it because it is easy to do or understand.2015.11.16 20:10
776autisticA lot of parents are looking for high-tech treatment for autistic childrenAdjectiveAn autistic person suffers from autism2015.11.16 20:09
777subsideThe once-in-a-century flash flood subsides now!Verbto sink to a low or lower level. - - to become less active.2015.11.15 21:55
778rigidlyThe food undergo a rigidly safety inspection.Adjectivestiff or unyielding; not pliant or flexible; hard:2015.11.10 23:11
779anthropologistThe sociologist and anthropologist answer that the work is the relationship.Nouna social scientist who specializes in anthropology.2015.11.10 23:06
780foresightHuman being have more foresight when they play chess with machines.Nounan act of looking forward2015.11.10 23:05
781fatalTelevision, especially cable news, has a fatal weakness for the superficial and the shiny.Adjectivecausing or capable of causing death2015.11.10 22:59
782adolescenceSome teenagers wanted to become hacker in adolescence.Nounthe process or state of growing to maturity.2015.11.10 22:48
783elaborateWhen the interviewer elaborated information, the reporter with a recorder to record.Adjectiveworked out with great care and nicety of detail2015.11.10 22:45
784territoryTerritory issues will come through a variety of media coverage and debate.Nounany tract of land; region or district2015.11.10 22:41
785emphasizedArchitecture technology emphasized fieldwork.Verbto give emphasis to; lay stress upon; stress: | 2015.11.10 22:38
786termiteScientists invented termite detector.Nounany of numerous pale-colored, soft-bodied, chiefly tropical social insects, of the order Isoptera, that feed on wood2015.11.10 22:35
787copulationTechnology can help animals copulation and reproduce.Nounsexual intercourse.2015.11.10 22:33
788termiteNowadys some office block modeled on termite nests with using anti-climate change materials.NounTermite are small insects that eat wood.2015.11.10 16:12
789probescientist have probed into impacts of genematically modified food for many yearsNounVerb: if you probe into something, you ask questions or try to discover facts - - noun: investigation2015.11.10 14:44
790gesture The designer refuse was merely a deliberate gesture.NounA movement of part of the body, especially a hand or the head, to express an idea or meaning2015.11.10 14:05
791fatalThe bug is a fatal mistakes to this app.AdjectiveCausing death2015.11.10 14:01
792crumpleCrumple paper into Sheridan garbage box.VerbCrush (something, typically paper or cloth) so that it becomes creased and wrinkled2015.11.10 13:58
793crumple He designed and patented crumpleproof cloth made from recycled materialsVerbif you crumple something such as paper or cloth. it is squashed and become full of untidy creases and folds2015.11.10 13:57
794foresightDesigning a phone need foresight for population.NounThe ability to predict or the action of predicting what will happen or be needed in the future2015.11.10 13:54
795grub A grub is a kind of disgusting wormNounVerb grub: search for something. - - noun grub: A grub is a young insect which is just come out of an egg2015.11.10 13:53
796patternThe pattern of system is easy to usingNounA repeated decorative designR2015.11.10 13:52
797omnivorousMaybe one day, when the scientists change the gene of omnivorous animals, they just need eat one kind of food.Adjectivenaturally able to eat both plants and meat2015.11.10 13:49
798tremendousOur technology had tremendous development last year.AdjectiveVery great in amount, scale, or intensity2015.11.10 13:48
799analogue Now, our tv set-top box is from analogue TV to digital TVNouna physical object or quantity such as a pointer on a dial or a voltage, used to measure or represent another quantity.2015.11.10 13:48
800rudimentaryThis new employees have a rudimentary knowledge of how to use this kind of machine.Adjectivebasic2015.11.10 13:44
801articulateTechneology is a new and more easy way of articulate Nounhaving joints2015.11.10 13:44
802hereditaryWe can use technology to study hereditaryAdjective(Of a title, office, or right) conferred by or based on inheritance2015.11.10 13:44
803division The division of math is being taught in primary school,but in middle school in other areasNoun The division of a large unit into two or more distinct parts is the act of separating it into these parts2015.11.10 13:44
804suitableNew generation found out to be more suitable by using techneologyNounfeeling that you belong somewhere2015.11.10 13:43
805captivityThe scientists create a new machine that make monster in captivity.Nounthe situation in which a person or animal is kept somewhere and is not allowed to leave2015.11.10 13:42
806revealYoungsters reveal a lot of new things by using techneologyNounto make 2015.11.10 13:41
807engageComputer engage with internet in our life VerbOccupy, attract, or involve (someone™s interest or attention)2015.11.10 13:41
808attempsPeople attemps to meet new people via techneology.Nounthe action you take of doing somtheing 2015.11.10 13:40
809fendNew generation fend themselves from the dangerous ofwhat techneology can provideNoundefend oneselv 2015.11.10 13:39
810matingPeople use techneology as a new way of matingNounthe sexual acction of animals or people2015.11.10 13:38
811isolationisolation is one of the most common problems of the new generation when they use to much techneology.Nounthe procces or the fact of beiing isolated 2015.11.10 13:37
812kinIt is difficult to create an example with word kin and technology in one sentence but, I didNounfamily and ‹relations2015.11.10 13:36
813thirstyNew generation is very thirsty about the latest technology.Nounfeeling a need to dring smth 2015.11.10 13:34
814profitwe can all profit from technologyNounadvantage; benefit; - gain2015.11.10 13:33
815curbingThe word curbing is not about technologyVerb to ‹control or ‹limit something that is not ‹wanted2015.11.10 13:32
816barkthe new robot dog could bark very loudlyNounthe sharp cry of certain animals e.g dogs 2015.11.10 13:32
817elaboratemark zuckelburg elaborated about the new features of facebook that will be coming soon Verbdevelop or present 2015.11.10 13:30
818rudimentaryYou need to have rudimentary knowledge of how technology works to use your phoneAdjective ‹basic2015.11.10 13:30
819tractYou can read this tract onlineNouna ‹short ‹piece of writing, ‹especially on a ‹religious or ‹political ‹subject, that is ‹intended to ‹influence other people's ‹opinions2015.11.10 13:27
820gesturesNew phones could understand our gesturesNouna ‹movement of the ‹hands, ‹arms, or ‹head, etc. to ‹express an ‹idea or ‹feeling2015.11.10 13:25
821elaborateWe need to elaborate new antivirusNoun‹containing a lot of ‹careful ‹detail or many ‹detailed ‹parts2015.11.10 13:23
822purposeWe need to understand the purpose of improving technology Nounwhy you do something or why something ‹exists2015.11.10 13:19
823thirstyYou don't need technology at the desert while you experiencing thirsty, you need a water Adjective ‹needing to ‹drink2015.11.10 13:16
824barkPhones don't have bark, but trees does Nounthe hard ‹outer ‹covering of a ‹tree2015.11.10 13:13
825relianceI don't have any reliance to technologyNounthe ‹state of ‹depending on or ‹trusting in something or someone2015.11.10 13:10
826kinshipThe strong ties of kinship determine why human can pass on technology to the generation by generationNounKinship is the relationship between members of the same family.2015.11.10 12:04
827relianceTheir reliance on technology is really serious NounDependence, trust 2015.11.10 11:41
828relyThe new IPhone 6S has quality you can rely on NounTrust, have confidence 2015.11.10 11:37
829ceaseI ceased to be an internet addict NounTo stop2015.11.10 11:35
830reliableMy memory's none too reliable since I use Internet to remember everything Nounthat may be relied on or trusted; dependable in achievement, accuracy, honesty, etc.: reliable information.2015.11.10 11:32
831isolationTelephone is not isolation with human.NounThe process or fact of isolating or being isolated2015.11.10 11:31
832matingI researched on google what kind of mating monkeys have NounBecome partners, copulate 2015.11.10 11:27
833revealOur technology reveal about development of human.VerbMake (previously unknown or secret information) known to others2015.11.10 11:24
834nourishHe is more concern about his phone than to nourish his poor dog NounTo feed 2015.11.10 11:24
835fendOne should fend for oneself instead of worrying about how good one is using computers Nounto resist or make defense: to fend against poverty.2015.11.10 11:21
836distinguishWhat distinguish Apple from Microsoft is always a matter of discussion NounDifferentiate 2015.11.10 11:17
837wheatWheat is food not a any kind of technology Nounthe 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.2015.11.10 11:15
838relianceBut human reliance on tools is much greater NounDependence, trust 2015.11.10 10:25
839relyWe know now that monkeys and apes also rely on learning VerbBe dependent2015.11.10 10:23
840suitableThe use of iPads in the ESL Program is suitable to improve the learning interactive between students.AdjectiveHaving the qualities that are right, needed, or appropriate for something 2015.11.10 09:39
841attemptsSheridan College attempts to improve the Internet Speed.VerbTo try to do (something): to try to accomplish or complete (somethings)2015.11.10 09:32
842twigsPrimates use twigs as a tools.NounA small shoot or branch usually without its leaves2015.11.10 09:26
843peersOur peers of the neighborhood can be influenced by use social media.NounA person who belongs to the same age group or social group as someone else2015.11.10 09:22
844nourishedLast year my family nourished about 50 homeless.VerbTo provide (someone or something) with food and other things that are needed to live, be healthy. 2015.11.10 09:13
845crawlMy daughter is crawling across the floor like a snake.VerbTo move with the body close to or on the ground. 2015.11.10 09:00
846witnessedWitnessed engages technology systems to prove and investigate crime cases.NounA person who sees something (such as a crime) happen2015.11.10 08:48
847isolationSome people say welcome to the isolation technologies because sometimes technology creates isolation from societyNounThe state of being in a place or situation that is separate from other.2015.11.10 08:44
848instinctiveThis is instinctive to touch the screen.Adjectivebased on instinct and not involving thought2015.11.10 02:25
849rigidlyWe recommend that you enforce this practice rigidlyAdvin a ‹stiff or ‹fixed way, without ‹bending or ‹moving2015.11.10 02:23
850precedingIn the preceding step, you built the SIMH simulator.Nounhappening or coming before the time, place, or part mentioned2015.11.10 02:22
851concentrationThe challenge is to have the power of concentration to shut that out.Nounthe ability to think about something carefully or for a long time2015.11.10 02:21
852hereditaryIs this disease hereditary?Adjectivea quality or illness that is hereditary is passed from a parent to a child before the child is born2015.11.10 02:18
853isolationThis is the strongest isolation level.Nounwhen one group, person, or thing is separate from others2015.11.10 02:17
854copulationCopulation could be used for alliance and protection among animals of the same sex.Nounto have sex2015.11.10 02:15
855eventuallyYet in a grid environment we have to be cognizant of the fact that people around the world may eventually tap into these applications.Advn§tu§al§ly - after a long time, or after a lot of things have happened2015.11.10 02:13
856fatalThis Computer viru led to fatal resultsAdjectiveresulting in someone's death2015.11.10 02:12
857modifyYou can modify the code to contain anything you like.Verbto make small changes to something in order to improve it and make it more suitable or effective2015.11.10 02:09
858reproductiveIn the future, all the things can be reproductive.Adjectiverelating to the process of producing babies, young animals, or plants2015.11.10 01:51
859adolescencePerson in adolescence adapt to the various of new technologies.Nounthe time, usually between the ages of 12 and 18, when a young person is developing into an adult2015.11.10 01:48
860emphasizeThe report emphasizes | the importance of developing new technologies.Nounto say something in a strong way2015.11.10 01:44
861gestureA new technology is that you can use a gesture to open your TV.Nouna movement of part of your body, especially your hands or head, to show what you mean or how you feel2015.11.10 01:42
862primitivePrimitive people did not have modern technologies.Adjectivebelonging to a simple way of life that existed in the past and does not have modern industries and machines2015.11.10 01:40
863deviseScientists devise a new technology to identify animals' gene.Verbto plan or invent a new way of doing something2015.11.10 01:38
864distinguishI can distinguish iPhone from other smart phones.Verbto recognize and understand the difference between two or more things or people.2015.11.10 01:35
865anthropologistAnthropologists use new technologies to study ancient humans.Nounthe scientific study of people, their societies,2015.11.10 01:33
866dominanceTelevisions occupy dominance in our lives .Nounthe fact of being more powerful, more important, or more noticeable than other people or things2015.11.10 01:30
867intercourseThey want to cuddle and have intercourse.Nounthe act of having sex2015.11.10 01:22
868exclusivePeople will always pay top dollar for something exclusive.Adjectivenot divided or shared with others.2015.11.10 00:03
869elaborateIn case anyone was following me, I made an elaborate detour.Verbadd details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing2015.11.10 00:02
870termiteTermite often destroys wood.Nounwhitish soft-bodied ant-like social insect that feeds on wood.2015.11.10 00:01
871debatableThis is a highly debatable point.Adjectiveopen to doubt or debate;open to argument or debate2015.11.10 00:00
872foresightThey had the foresight to invest in new technology.NounSomeone's foresight is their ability to see what is likely to happen in the future and to take appropriate action.2015.11.09 23:58
873primate14 per cent of primate species are highly endangered.NounA primate is a member of the group of mammals which includes humans, monkeys, and apes.2015.11.09 23:57
874adaptiveSocieties need to develop highly adaptive behavioural rules for survival.Adjectivehaving a capacity for adaptation2015.11.09 23:56
875tremendousHe brought a tremendous infusion of hope to the people.Adjectiveextraordinarily large in size or extent or amount or power or degree2015.11.09 23:54
876demonstrateThe government's going to great lengths to demonstrate its military might.Verbshow or demonstrate something to an interested audience2015.11.09 23:53
877hereditaryShe believes that hereditary peerages should be abolished.Adjectivetending to occur among members of a family usually by heredity2015.11.09 23:51
878intrinsicOne Chinese philosopher consider that the first intrinsic of people is goodnessNounbeing an ‹extremely ‹important and ‹basic ‹characteristic of a ‹person or thing:2015.11.09 23:38
879nourishNourishing children is the duty of parentsVerbto ‹provide ‹people or ‹living things with ‹food in ‹order to make them ‹grow and ‹keep them ‹healthy:2015.11.09 23:35
880foragepeople forage every where in a famineVerbto go from ‹place to ‹place ‹searching, ‹especially for ‹food:2015.11.09 23:34
881converseNot every converse of equation is still rightAdjectivethe ‹opposite:2015.11.09 23:33
882accumulateyou can only accumulate knowledge in long term learning.Verbto ‹collect a ‹large ‹number of things over a ‹long ‹period of ‹time:2015.11.09 23:30
883foresightI should have studied harder in university if i have the foresightNounthe ‹ability to ‹judge correctly what is going to ‹happen in the ‹future and ‹plan ‹your ‹actions ‹based on this ‹knowledge:2015.11.09 23:28
884fatalsome small mistakes will cause fatal issues.AdjectiveA fatal ‹illness, ‹accident, etc. ‹causes ‹death:2015.11.09 23:26
885bottomI can find the some quotations at the bottom of the textbook in china.Nounthe ‹lowest ‹part of something:2015.11.09 23:24
886reverseMy location is reverse to other side of the earth.Verbto ‹change the ‹direction, ‹order, ‹position, ‹result, etc. of something to ‹its ‹opposite2015.11.09 23:19
887aspectI have done various aspects preparation before i came to CanadaNounone ‹part of a ‹situation, ‹problem, ‹subject, etc2015.11.09 23:18
888accumulateThe notion that one should accumulate credentials before launching a venture simply does not exist.Verbto gather or collect, often in gradual degrees;2015.11.09 22:35
889estrusAnimals are dangerous during the estrus.Nounapplies to nonhuman mammals: a state or period of heightened sexual arousal and activity - 2015.11.09 22:29
890fendAfter the war orphans will be left to fend for themselves.VerbIf you have to fend for yourself, you have to look after yourself without relying on help from anyone else.2015.11.09 22:24
891exogamyExogamy remains much less prevalent among African Americans. Nounmarriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law2015.11.09 22:18
892foragingWe disturbed a wild boar that had been foraging by the squirrelVerbWhen animals forage, they search for food. 2015.11.09 22:14
893accumulateThe notion that one should accumulate credentials before launching a venture simply does not exist.Verbto gather or collect, often in gradual degrees;2015.11.09 22:13
894rudimentaryThis shows that I have a rudimentary grasp of economics.AdjectiveRudimentary things are very basic or simple and are therefore unsatisfactory.2015.11.09 22:11
895elaborateCan you elaborate on the vow of poverty, one that all Jesuits take?Verbto work out carefully or minutely; develop to perfection, to add details to;2015.11.09 22:09
896elaborateMy friend she is known for his elaborate costumes.VerbIf you elaborate a plan or theory, you develop it by making it more complicated and more effective.2015.11.09 22:08
897copulationFor Darwin, mate choice simply stopped at copulation.Nounsexual intercourse.2015.11.09 22:07
898termiteThe house has a lot of termite damage.Nounany 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.2015.11.09 22:05
899surfaceThe same old problems would surface again.VerbThe surface of something is the flat top part of it or the outside of it.2015.11.09 22:03
900termiteThis is no human city, of course. It is a termite mound. Nounany of numerous pale-colored, soft-bodied, chiefly tropical social insects, of the order Isoptera, that feed on wood2015.11.09 22:03
901contendRomney is probably going to have to contend with him for a while.Verbto struggle in opposition, to assert or maintain earnestly2015.11.09 22:02
902tremendousHe has a tremendous amount of energy.Adjectiveextraordinarily great in size, amount, or intensity2015.11.09 21:56
903probeFor many years, I have probed for understanding.VerbIf you probe into something, you ask questions or try to discover facts about it.2015.11.09 21:55
904emphasizedHe emphasized its importance to me.Verbto give emphasis to; lay stress upon; stress:2015.11.09 21:55
905spreadIn the summer heat, the smell of decay was beginning to spread.Verbto draw, stretch, or open out, especially over a flat surface, as something rolled or folded (often followed by out).2015.11.09 21:53
906fendIn future he will have to fend for himself.Verbto ward off (often followed by off), to resist or make defense, try to get along without help - , to provide a livelihood2015.11.09 21:50
907territoryThe two sides continued to dispute the ownership of the territory.Nounany tract of land; region or district.2015.11.09 21:49
908elaborateThe most elaborate Easter eggs are not even real eggs.Adjectiveworked out with great care and nicety of detail2015.11.09 21:45
909engageThe story engaged my interest.Verbto occupy the attention or efforts of (a person or persons), to secure for aid, employment, use, etc.2015.11.09 21:43
910adolescenceAnd Shipka is especially skilled at conveying the confusion, awkwardness, and anger of adolescence.Nounthe process or state of growing to maturity.2015.11.09 21:39
911demonstrateThe latest test results clearly demonstrate that the vaccine works.Verbto make evident or establish by arguments or reasoning; to describe, explain, or illustrate by examples, specimens, experiments2015.11.09 21:39
912instinctiveCats have an instinctive desire to hunt.Adjectivebased on feelings or desires that do not come from thinking or learning2015.11.09 21:34
913fatalTelevision, especially cable news, has a fatal weakness for the superficial and the shiny.Adjectivecausing or capable of causing death2015.11.09 21:31
914foresightI had other reasons for thinking this opinion to be a mistaken one, but this article is not about my foresight.Nounan act of looking forward2015.11.09 21:26
915anthropologistThe sociologist and anthropologist answer that the work is the relationship.Nouna social scientist who specializes in anthropology.2015.11.09 21:23
916nourishIn nearest future cars will nourish by electricity. Verbto sustain with food or nutriment; supply with what is necessary for life, health, and growt2015.11.09 20:24
917lackLack of wi-fi can lead to stress.Noundeficiency or absence of something needed, desirable, or customary.2015.11.09 20:17
918quantitativeon this page you can find overview of quantitative science and technology research.Adjectivethat is or may be estimated by quantity.2015.11.09 20:11
919dineIn nearest future you will dine in cafe where food prepared by robots.Nounto eat the principal meal of the day; have dinner.2015.11.09 20:05
920reversedWhat is the reversed side of technology?Adjectiveopposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or character.2015.11.09 19:55
921kinshipNowadays 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.; affinity2015.11.09 17:13
922troopDuring the internet people can have a hug troop of friends overall the world .Nounan assemblage of persons or things; company; band. - - a great number or multitude2015.11.09 17:07
923fendTechnology fend for our generation a lot of good resources to improve our standard life .Verbto shift; provide.2015.11.09 14:06
924converseWhen we sat at dinner table ,everyone should put their technology devices away and we converse about our day .Verbto talk informally with another or others; exchange views, opinions, etc., by talking2015.11.09 14:02
925variedMy friend was studying information technology but after she had her fist baby. She varied to early childhood education program .Adjectivechanged; altered .2015.11.09 13:58
926elaborateMY brother who is a dentist . He work with elaborate skill and that why he is a famous dentist in my city .Adjectiveworked out with great care and nicety of detail; executed with great minuteness.2015.11.09 13:48
927tendencieswhen I have my GPS with me; I can change my tendencies easier . Nouna natural or prevailing disposition to move, proceed, or act in some direction or toward some point, end, or result.2015.11.09 13:42
928dominanceBy technology the Zoologists can know more about animals dominance .Nounrule; control; authority; ascendancy.2015.11.09 13:33
929conducted MY friend use a lot of technology and computer program to conducted his time Verbto behave or manage - - to lead or guide - - 2015.11.09 13:26
930revealIn 2015 with a lot of technology it is more easier to reveal information online .VerbTo make known ; disclose2015.11.09 13:18
931ovulateWomen ovulate about once every month.Verbpruduce and discharge eggs2015.11.09 09:31
932hominidChimps can fill in for early hominids in terms of ability and lifestyle.Nouna primate of the family hominidae2015.11.09 09:28
933ethnographerEthnographers are participant observers.Noun - Ethnography means the branch of anthropology that provides scientific description of individual human societies.2015.11.09 09:23
934fendThe youngsters had to fend for themselves after their the parents died.Verbtry to manage without help2015.11.09 09:20
935fendThe youngsters had to fend for themselves after their the parents died.Verbtry to manage without help2015.11.09 09:20
936foragingThe wild bear came into the village for foraging.Verbthe act of searching for food and provisions2015.11.09 09:18
937rudimentaryI have only rudimentary knowledge of art.Adjectivebeing or involving basic facts or principle2015.11.09 09:15
938elaborateMy daughter made an elaborate artwork this weekend.Adjectivemarked by complexity and richness of detail2015.11.09 09:11
939copulationAbout three days after copulation, the hen starts laying eggs.Nounthe act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman2015.11.09 09:03
940anthropologistAn anthropologist studies people and cultures in a scientific manner.NounA social scientist who specializes in anthropology2015.11.09 07:25
941hereditaryAt least, it is fairly clear that ADHD is hereditary.Nounoccurring among members of a family usually by heredity2015.11.09 07:21
942concentrationThis machine could check oxygen concentration quickly.NounA large number or amount of something in the same place.2015.11.08 23:23
943terrestrialThis kind of terrestrial animal evolved from the sea.Noun(of animals) living on the land rather than in the water or air.2015.11.08 23:13
944graduallyThe system of the smartphone becomes improvement gradually.Advslowly over a period of time or a distance2015.11.08 23:02
945elaborateThe operation of the new game is elaborate, many new players gave up to attempt.AdjectiveContaining a lot of careful detail or many detailed parts2015.11.08 22:17
946probeThe gastroscope is used to probe the stomach disease.VerbTo examine something with a tool, especially in order to find something that is hidden2015.11.08 22:10
947foresightNo one had enough foresight to predict the function of the robot in the future.Nounthe ability to judge correctly what is going to happen in the future and plan your actions based on this knowledge2015.11.08 22:09
948distinguishFace recognition system can easily distinguish her between her twin sister.Verbto notice or understand the difference between two things, or to make one person or thing seem different from another2015.11.08 22:08
949evidentIt was evident that the boys phone was jailebreak AdjectivePlain 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 tota2015.11.08 15:57
950accumulatingHe is good at accumulating un used computer VerbTo gather or collect, often in gradual degrees; heap up: to accumulate wealth2015.11.08 15:51
951instinctiveShe is an instinctive engineer VerbOf, relating to, or of the nature of instinct 2015.11.08 15:46
952hereditaryMany people believe that panic is a hereditary disease.Adjectivepassed or able to be passed from parent to child bofore birth2015.11.07 22:34
953revealHe cannot reveal his identifyVerbto make (someone)known2015.11.07 22:31
954twigSloths live on a diet of leave and twigsNouna small shoot or branch usually without its leave2015.11.07 22:27
955elaborateIf you want to find the suspect, you have to explain elaborate that accident.Adjectivemade or done with much detail2015.11.07 22:23
956termiteTermite is one of peculiar antsNouna kind of soft, white insect that lives in groups,eats wood, and causes a lot of damage to wooden structires2015.11.07 22:20
957rudimentaryI have only rudimentary knowledge of EnglishAdjectivebasic or simple2015.11.07 22:16
958nourishTo plenty Chlidren, it should good fresh food nourish them.Verbto provide(someone or something)with food and other things that are needed to live,be healthy, etc2015.11.07 22:13
959ovulationshe should keep to check the ovulation if she wants to have baby.Nounthe discharge of a mature ovum from the ovary2015.11.07 22:08
960kinshipHe felt a deep kinship with his families.Nounthe stare of being related to the people in your family2015.11.07 22:04
961adolescenceAll people face the piorid of adolescence for growing up.Nounthe period of life when a child develops into an adult2015.11.07 22:01
962masterAnna is the master of computers and technology NounOne that has control over another persons, a group of persons, or a thing, especially2015.11.07 17:47
963relyChina rely on there own technology VerbTo depend confidently: put trust in ( usually followed by on or upon):you can rely on her work2015.11.07 17:39
964interactionInteraction more common on text than on emailNounThe state of undergoing interaction2015.11.07 17:28
965engageKids engage with there online social life more than outside activitiesVerbT0 occupy the attention or efforts of ( a person or persons);He engaged her in conversation2015.11.07 17:19
966programedList night I tried to programed my computer but it was failedNounSetting an order and time for planned events2015.11.07 17:07
967communicationLong distance communication is now easy and faster due to internet services.NounTo express thoughts, feelings or information easily or effectively2015.11.07 01:30
968profitThe gained profit by fixing broken phones computers and t.v'sNounThe ratio such pecuniary gain to the amount of capital invested2015.11.07 01:15
969toolThe number one tool used world wide is computers which has a verity of thingsNounAny instrument of manual operation2015.11.07 01:08
970researchersResearchers used different kind of tools/technology to find what they needNounTo make researches investigate carefully 2015.11.07 00:54
971societyThe society has changed very fast just because of the internet NounA body of individuals living as members of a community:community2015.11.07 00:28
972flickNonja's specialty is a splatter patter, which she makes by splattering paint onto the paper by flicking her wrist.Verbto strike lightly with a whip, the finger, etc.2015.11.03 08:49
973mollusksSea otters use rocks to break open mollusks which are important in their dietNounany 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 octopuses2015.11.03 01:05
974rigidlyCommon to monkeys, apes, and humans is the fact that behavior and social life are not rigidly programmed by the genes Adjectivestiff or unyielding; not pliant or flexible; hard: - a rigid strip of metal2015.11.03 00:47
975peerMacaques that had been allowed just twenty minutes of daily paly with peers.Nounyour peers are the people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class etc2015.11.02 15:51
976foresight 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 - Nouncare or provision for the future; provident care; prudence.2015.11.02 15:44
977twigThere is a woodpecker finch that selects twigs to dig out insects open mollusks.Nouna small very thin stem of wood that grows from a branch on a tree2015.11.02 15:39
978macaqueThe macaque and the baboon appear to be the non-human animals, in which menstruation has been most carefully observed.Nounany monkey of the genus Macaca, chiefly of Asia, characterized by cheek pouches and, usually, a short tail: several species are threatened o2015.11.02 15:39
979grubwoodpecker finch that selects twigs to dig out insects and grubs from tree bark.Nounthe thick-bodied, sluggish young of certain insects, esp. the beetle.2015.11.02 15:39
980omnivorousVegan women are only one-fifth as likely to have twins as are vegetarian and omnivorous women.Nouneating both animal and plant foods.2015.11.02 15:38
981foresightIt was an example of the authorities' lack of foresight.Nounthe ‹ability to ‹judge correctly what is going to ‹happen in the ‹future and ‹plan ‹your ‹actions ‹based on this ‹knowledge.2015.11.02 15:38
982terrestrialIn January the commission said LightSquared could use its license for exclusive terrestrial purposes,NounZoology. living on or in the ground; not aquatic, arboreal, or aerial.2015.11.02 15:37
983twigWe ‹collected ‹dry twigs to ‹start the ‹fire.Nouna ‹small, ‹thin ‹branch of a ‹tree or ‹bush, ‹especially one ‹removed from the ‹tree or ‹bush and without any ‹leaves2015.11.02 15:36
984instinctiveAt the age of 9, Daniel Radcliffe was catapulted towards Harry Potter and Hollywood immortality by a single, instinctive wink.Nounprompted by or resulting from or as if from instinct; natural; unlearned:2015.11.02 15:36
985twigSuddenly, we hear the sound of a twig cracking; all three men look around anxiously, particularly JASON.Nouna slender shoot of a tree or other plant.2015.11.02 15:35
986masteredFor example, he mastered the ability to draw while watching only his hand in a mirror.Nouna person with the ability or power to use, control, or dispose of something:2015.11.02 15:34
987masterShe ‹lived in Italy for several ‹years but never ‹quite mastered the ‹language.Verb to ‹learn how to do something well2015.11.02 15:34
988peersThey say a strong business acumen and entrepreneurial fire have always separated him from his peers.Nouna person who is equal to another in abilities, qualifications, age, background, and social status.2015.11.02 15:33
989foresight If they are to be commended for FORESIGHT in their planning, what then is the judgment of a town councilNouncare or provision for the future; provident care; prudence.2015.11.02 15:31
990macaqueSome macaques are raised in isolation and do not form dominance relationships.Nouna monkey, chiefly of Asia, having cheek pouches.2015.11.02 15:30
991foresightno one had enough foresight to predict the winnerNounthe ability to judge correctly what is going to happen in the future and plan your actions based on this knowledge2015.11.02 15:29
992manufactureThis method of manufacture evolved out of a long process of trial.Nounthe organized action of making of goods and services for sale2015.11.02 15:26
993macaquesBesides monkeys, can you name any other primates? Have you heard of macaques, for example?Nouna monkey, chiefly of Asia, having cheek pouches.2015.11.02 15:25
994foresightAnthropologists started contending that only humans make tools with foresight.Nounthe ability to imagine what is likely to happen and to consider this when planning for the future2015.11.02 15:22
995omnivorousBrown bears are omnivorous, eating anything that they can get their paws on.Adjectivean animal that is omnivorous eats both meat and plants2015.11.02 15:21
996peerDo you think it's true that teenage girls are less self-confident than their male peers?Nouna person who is the same age or has the same social position or the same abilities as other people in a group2015.11.02 15:20
997twigHe cut a twig from the tree by his palm.Nouna small, thin shoot of a wooden branch or stem2015.11.02 15:19
998copulatethe time of year when deer in the wild are likely to copulateVerbto have sexual intercourse2015.11.02 15:19
999twigThis twig is to short, I need another oneNounsmall, thin wooden stick2015.11.02 15:18
1000macaqueHarlow discovered that macaques raised in isolation didn't from dominance(power)relationships when brought together as young adults.Nounshort-tailed monkey of rocky regions of Aisa and Africa2015.11.02 15:17
1001dominanceHis dominance curdles into desperation.Nounsuperior development of one side of the body2015.11.02 15:17
1002peerFirst her mother, then her peers, and finally the entire troop began washing sweet potatos.Nounyour peers are the people who are the same age as you, or who have the same type of job, social class etc2015.11.02 15:14
1003instinctiveScholars used to believe that learned (versus instinctive) behavior separates humans from other animals.Adjectiveinstinctive behaviour or reactions are not thought about, planned, or developing by traning.2015.11.02 15:12
1004chimpanzeeFemale chimpanzees, for instance, typically leave their social group once they hit maturity.Nounintelligent somewhat arboreal ape of equatorial2015.11.02 15:12
1005terrestrialDr. Who is an extraterrestrial, whereas I am just a terrestrial.Nounterrestrial means relating to the planet Earth rather than to some other part of the universe2015.11.02 15:11
1006omnivorousWould you say that you have an omnivorous diet?Adjectiveeating both animal and plant foods.2015.11.02 15:11
1007peersHow much time do you spend with your peers?VerbIf you peer at something, you look at it very hard, usually because it is difficult to see clearly.2015.11.02 15:09
1008instinctiveScholars 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: 2015.11.02 15:08
1009instinctiveScholars used to believe that learned(versus instinctive)behaviorseparates humans from other animals.Adjectivea natural tendency to behave in a particular way or a natural ability to know something, which is not learned.2015.11.02 15:08
1010terrestrialAlthough they can swim, the polar bears are terrestrial animals.Adjectiveliving on or relating to land rather than water2015.11.02 15:08
1011omnivorousWould you say that you have an omnivorous diet?AdjectiveAn omnivorous person or animal eats all kinds of food, including both meat and plants.2015.11.02 15:07
1012flickingflicking a switchVerbto move or propel with or as if with a flicking2015.11.02 15:07
1013masteredHave you mastered a technique for it?Adjectiveunderstood perfectly2015.11.02 15:06
1014termiteOrangutans have a varied diet of fruit, bark, leaves, and insects such as ants, termites, and bees.Nounany 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 ant2015.11.02 15:05
1015twigWould you consider a twig to be a tool?Nouna twig is a very small thin branch that grows out from a main branch of a tree or bush2015.11.02 15:05
1016foresightAnthropologists used to believe that only humans manufactures tools with foresightNounProvidence by virtue of planning prudently for the future.2015.11.02 15:03
1017instinctiveRunning away is our instinctive reaction when we meet danger.Adjectivebased on instinct and not involving thought2015.11.02 15:03
1018coarserKalimantan orangutans also have coarser hairAdjectiverough in texture, structure, etc; not fine: coarse sand - (from coarse)2015.11.02 15:02
1019macaquesHave you heard of macaques, for example?NounShort-tailed monkey of rocky regions of Asia and Africa2015.11.02 15:02
1020gapThere is a large gap between primate society and fully developed human cultureNounA space between two people or things. - - 2015.11.02 15:00
1021instinctiveScholars used to believe that learned versus instinctive behavior separates humans from other animal.AdjectiveInstinctive ‹behaviour or ‹reactions are not ‹thought about, ‹planned, or ‹developed by ‹training: 2015.11.02 14:59
1022instinctiveIt's an instinctive reactionAdjectiveAn instinctive feeling, idea, or action is one that you have or do without thinking or reasoning.2015.11.02 14:58
1023nomadicOrangutans' lives are nomadic- they travel from place to place depending on food availability.Adjectiverelating to or characteristic of nomads or their way of life2015.11.02 14:58
1024instinctiveScholars used to believe that learned (versus instinctive)Adjective1.done or felt without thinking or considering2015.11.02 14:52
1025appleI like applesNounfruits2015.09.29 12:01
1026applethe apple is deliciousNoun一種食物2015.09.15 21:30
1027desperateBecause he lost his job and girlfriend at the same time, he was very desperate.Adjectiveshowing a willingness to take any risk in order to change a bad or dangerous situation; A desperate person is willing to take any measures2015.07.23 10:17
1028disturbCattle are sensitive to the same things that disturb people with autism.VerbIf you distyrb someone, you interrupt what they are dong and upset them.2015.07.23 10:14
1029autismpeople who has autism always don't like to talk with another personNouna usually developmental disorder characterized by reduced ability to communicate, a withdrawal into oneself, and detachment from reality.2015.07.23 10:30
1030virtualit's ultimate virtual reality system.Nounalmost,but not exactly2015.07.23 10:29
1031flinchFlinch/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 policemanVerbto make a sudden small movement because of pain or fear.2015.07.23 10:25
1032eliminateI prefer to play the mobile game that it eliminates the same patterns.Verbterminate or take out, do away with, kill in large number, dismiss from consideration or a contest, eliminate from the body2015.07.23 10:14
1033coaxI found I could coax most cattle to walk through a chute.Verbto try to persuade someone to do something by gently asking or patiently encouraging the person.2015.07.23 10:13
1034tolerateMy oversensitive never endings do not tolerate hugging.VerbPut up with something or someone unpleasant.2015.07.23 10:11
1035apparatusWhen I got really skilled at operating the hydraulic controls, the apparatus became an extension of my arms and hands. NounA set of equipment, tools, or a machine that is used for a particular purpose2015.07.23 10:11
1036repulsePeople are repulsed by the sight of blood, but blood does not bother cattle.VerbIf you are repulsed by something, you think that it is horrible and disgusting an you want to avoid it.2015.07.23 10:11
1037immatureImmature development in the lower brain system.Adjectivenot completely developed physically, mentally, or emotionally, or lacking the expected type of responsible behavior for your age.2015.07.23 10:11
1038recoilLike a wild animal, I recoil when people touch me. VerbTo make a sudden movement away from something esp. because of fear or disgust2015.07.23 10:10
1039disturbCattle are sensitive to the same things that disturb people with autism.Verbmore deeply2015.07.23 10:10
1040restraintThe conveyorized restraint system I designed is used in slaughtering one-third of all cattle in the United States. NounDetermined control over behavior in order to prevent the strong expression of emotion or any violent action2015.07.23 10:09
1041repulsePeople are repulsed by the sight of blood.Verbto push someone or something back or away, esp. to successfully stop an attack.2015.07.23 10:08
1042dominantFear is the dominant emotion in both autistic people and animals such as deer, cattle, and horse.Adjectivemore important, strong, or noticeable than anything else of the same type.2015.07.23 10:08
1043slaughterFor the past 15 years I have designed chute systems for handling cattle in slaughter plants.NounThe killing of animals for their meat, or the killing of large numbers of animals in a cruel manner; the killing of large numbers of peopl2015.07.23 10:07
1044costumeI had to become that animal and not just be a person in a cou costume.NounAn actor's or performer's costume is the set of clothes they wear while they are performing.2015.07.23 10:07
1045associatedAbrupt motion may be associated with a predator leaping onto its prey.AdjectiveRelated to or accompanying2015.07.23 10:06
1046subsideThey may be intense while I am experiencing them but will subside like an afternoon thunderstorm. VerbTo become less strong, or (of an activity or disagreement) to become less violent2015.07.23 10:06
1047stalkA curled- up rug, or a book that is crooked on the shelf, causes the same fear as being stalked by a predator.VerbTo follow an animal or person as closely as possiblewithout being seen or heard to walk in an angry or proud way - 2015.07.23 10:05
1048autismMy life as a person with autism is like being another speciesNounan illness that starts in young children and causes behavior that is unusually centered on the self while limiting development of social and communication skills2015.07.23 10:05
1049depriveThey cannot deprive people of that basic right.Verbprevent sb from having or using something2015.07.23 10:04
1050waryOur parents always remind us that we should be wary of doing your job.Adjectivecareful because you do not completely trust someone or something or are not certain about what you should do2015.07.23 10:03
1051puzzlementShe frowned in puzzlement.NounCause to feel confused because they cannot understand something2015.07.23 10:02
1052waryOur parents always remind us that we should be wary of doing your job.Nouncareful because you do not completely trust someone or something or are not certain about what you should do2015.07.23 10:02
1053videotapeAll my thoughts are full-color motion pictures, running like a videotape in my imagination.NounVideotape is magenetic tape that is used to record mobing pictures and sounds to be shown im television.2015.07.23 10:02
1054rugA curled-up rug, or a book that is crooked on the shelf, causes the same fear as being stalked by a predator.NounA shaped piece of thick cloth for covering part of a floor2015.07.23 10:02
1055verbalI have obserbed that these verbal thinkers are more like to deny animals' thought.NounYou use verbal to indicate that something is expressed in speech rather than in writing or action.2015.07.23 10:02
1056obviousIt was always obvious to me that cattle and other animals also think in picturesAdjectiveeasily seen, recognized, or understood2015.07.23 10:02
1057squabblingThe children were squabbling over the remote cotroal for the television.AdjectiveA noisy quarrel something trivial.2015.07.23 10:01
1058straightforwardIf he became a straightforward person, he would feel more happiness than now.Adjectiveeasy to understand; clear; honest and without unnecessary politeness2015.07.23 10:00
1059mufflingSolid sides on chutes prevent them from seeing people up head, and muffling devices lessen the shrill sounds that alarm them. VerbHe is muffling and I really do not know what happened on him. 2015.07.23 09:57
1060skepticalTom is very skeptical about the scienceAdjectiveA person who doubts the truth or value of an idea or belief2015.07.23 09:57
1061accountableSchools are held accountable for their test resultsAdjectiveRequired or expected to justify actions or decisions2015.07.23 09:56
1062repulsedPeople are repulsed by the sight in the wild. Verbto push someone or something back or away, esp. to successfully stop an attack/If something repulses you, it causes you to have a strong fee2015.07.23 09:56
1063pounceThe bear is going to pounce when they feel unconfortable.NounTo attack suddenly, esp. by jumping or flying down to catch or take hold of something or someone.2015.07.23 09:55
1064autisticFear is the dominant emotion in both autistic people and animal such as deer, cattle, and horses. AdjectiveAn illness that starts in young children and causes behavior that is unusually centered on the self while limiting development of social an2015.07.23 09:54
1065distressThe students were in distressNounGreat mental or physical suffering such as extreme anxiety sadness or pain or the state of being in danger or urgent need2015.07.23 09:53
1066escalationThe American people do not support escalationNoun A rapid increase;a rise2015.07.23 09:52
1067subsideMy anger rapidly subsidedVerb(of a condition) to become less strong2015.07.23 09:49
1068autismI have tried to understand a person with autismNounan illness that starts in young children and causes behaviour that is unusally centered on the self 2015.07.23 09:48
1069feasibilityThe feasibility study was conducted to discover any good reasons for using tablets in the classroom.Nounpossibility and likelihood of being successful2015.07.23 09:17
1070beauteousThe morning sky was beauteous to say the leastAdjectiveAN emphatic form for the word 'beautiful'2015.07.13 16:14
1071amend Some members of the two industry groups want to amend their codes on grounds that otherwise they will suffer unfairly from non-code competitors.VerbTo modify or change2015.06.09 20:37
1072portionThe 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.Nouna part of the whole2015.06.09 20:46
1073prohibit 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 corporationNounto forbid, to prevent2015.06.09 20:50
1074academicNew schools were rising, but with this went a harsh proclamation any academic degree earned during Batista's regime was invalidAdjective relating to education, especially at college or university level 2015.06.09 20:56
1075resideI was careful to keep my feet, the seat of the least worthy spirits, from pointing at anyone's head, where the worthiest spirits reside.Verbto live2015.06.09 20:53
1076protocolThe army leaders threatened to form a new military government if the parties failed to sign an eight point protocol agreeing on Gen.Nounthe customs, rules2015.06.09 20:51
1077altruisticWere his motives entirely altruistic?AdjectiveThis kind of behaviour shows that you care about and will help other people, even though this brings no advantage for yourself.2015.06.09 20:00
1078occipitalThe occipital lobe is one of the four major lobes of the cerebral cortex in the brain of mammals.Adjectiveof or relating to the back of the head or skull2015.05.28 09:07
1079octopusthe octopus has 8 armsNounan animal living in the sea having 8 arms. It was believed to spread ink.2015.05.28 02:50
1080incessantincessant rainAdjectivecontinuing2015.05.22 12:16
1081intransigentan intransigent attitudeAdjectivestubborn; unwilling to change your ideas or behaviour in a way that seems unreasonable2015.05.21 12:27
1082undauntedUndaunted by history, modern Americans did not hesitate to coo and gasp over the tiny sleeping bundle that emerged (...).Nounnot discouraged;2015.05.14 14:05
1083fully_fledgedThe 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 degree2015.04.29 16:31
1084burdensThe 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. - Nounthat which is carried; - load:2015.04.29 16:28
1085garishMany of the rugs are too garish for my taste.Adjectivevery brightly coloured in a way that is unpleasant to look at2015.05.08 15:47
1086subsidiaryHe was able to do it through its Hong Kong subsidiaryNounA company that is owned by a larger company2015.05.01 10:47
1087packagingAustralia made profits because of their plain packaging lawsNounThe activity of putting products into containers so that they can be sold in shops2015.05.01 10:44
1088treatyHe had no difficulty in persuading parliament to approve the treaty.NounAn official written agreement between two or more countries. When national leaders negotiate a treaty, they discuss it before reaching agree2015.05.01 10:33
1089sueBusinesses may sue if one country does something to impact profitsVerbTo make a legal claim against someone, usually to get money from them because they have done something bad to you. 2015.05.01 10:31
1090infringeMaking an unauthorized copy of the article infringes copyright. - VerbTo break a law, rule, or agreement2015.05.01 10:29
1091settlementThey are negotiating a peace settlementNounA formal agreement that ends a disagreement2015.05.01 10:26
1092loanStudent loansNounsomething lent, esp. a sum of money lent at interest2015.05.01 09:10
1093tuition'the actual tuition that students are facing'Nounthe charge or fee for instruction2015.04.30 11:10
1094rateinterest rates Nounthe amount of a charge or payment with reference to some basis of counting2015.04.30 11:08
1095trick'The trick is to find a way to reduce college costs'Nouna clever action, as to solve a problem2015.04.30 11:05
1096home_mortgagesI needed a home_mortgages because I could afford buying my house Nouna legal agreement in which you borrow money from a bank in order to buy a house. You pay back your mortgage by making monthly payments2015.04.30 08:48
1097oweThat's second only to what consumers owe on home mortgagesVerbif 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 debt2015.04.30 08:44
1098accounts_forIn now accounts_for 8.8% of all consumer debtVerb to be the reason why something exists or happens2015.04.30 08:42
1099tripledStudent debt tripled to $ trillion last year Verb to increase something so that it is three times bigger than before2015.04.30 08:38
1100authorityThe leader must be a person of authority.Nounthe power or right to give orders or make decisions2015.04.16 19:10
1101inadequateInadequate food can stunt a child's development. Adjectivelacking the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task2015.04.16 19:06
1102preferableCold food would be preferable in this heat.Adjectivemore desirable than another2015.04.16 19:04
1103phenomenonThe employment problem tends to be a city phenomenon. Nounany state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning2015.04.16 19:01
1104offenceShe behave herself so as not to give offence to others.NounAct or cause of upsetting or annoying somebody2015.04.16 18:58
1105arrangementThere was an arrangement of books in the window.Nounthe thing arranged or agreed to2015.04.16 18:53
1106organA distinct bodily mass or organ having a specific function.Nouna fully differentiated structural and functional unit in an animal that is specialized for some particular function2015.04.16 18:51
1107prohibitMany firms prohibit smoking in their shops. Verbcommand against2015.04.16 18:48
1108intransigentI detest her because she is so intransigent person.AdjectiveRefusing to agree or compromise; uncompromising; inflexible2015.04.16 15:30
1109hackneyedSo many hackneyed jokes I heard today.AdjectiveNot interesting, funny, etc., because of being used too often : not fresh or original2015.04.16 15:25
1110fallaciousShe invited me to a pub on the fallacious assumption that I drink.Adjectivecontaining a fallacy; logically unsound2015.04.16 15:19
1111zeroSuggest me a restaurant since I have zero cooking skills.Adjectivehaving no measurable quantity or magnitude; not any.2015.04.16 14:57
1112pumpHearts work as blood pump in our bodies.NounA machine for raising, driving, exhausting, or compressing fluids by means of a piston, plunger, or set of rotating vanes.2015.04.16 14:44
1113wineDrinking wine caused his liver to be damaged.Nounthe fermented juice of grapes, made in many varieties, such as red, white, sweet, dry, still, and sparkling.2015.04.16 14:39
1114upsetI am upset by her, because she is rude.AdjectiveEmotionally or physically disturbed or distressed2015.04.16 14:31
1115workloadThe workload is not insignificant for some people.Nounwork that a person is expected to do in a specified time2015.04.16 11:48
1116infraredinfrared radiation is not harmful.Nounthe infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum; electromagnetic wave frequencies below the visible range2015.04.16 11:44
1117metabolismAll living need a process of metabolismNounthe marked and rapid transformation of a larva into an adult that occurs in some animals2015.04.16 11:41
1118monitorWe selected her as our monitor.Nounsomeone who supervises (an examination)2015.04.16 11:38
1119idiomPeople use a lot of idiom in daily life.Nouna manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language2015.04.16 11:35
1120plagueDiseases that plague mankind.Nouna 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 animal2015.04.16 11:32
1121portrayWhat was it like to see someone portray you?Nounrepresent in a painting, drawing, sculpture, or verbally2015.04.16 11:23
1122aidHe gives aid to poor peopleNounthe activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose2015.04.16 11:21
1123incubatorThe incubator provides some interesting projects that might come to fruition in the near future.Nounapparatus consisting of a box designed to maintain a constant temperature by the use of a thermostat; used for chicks or premature infants2015.04.16 11:18
1124arrogantI don't like her since she's an arrogant girl.Adjectivecharacterized by or proceeding from arrogance, or a sense of superiority, self-importance, or entitlement2015.04.16 04:30
1125predatorFor the sheep, wolfs are predator.Nounany carnivorous animal2015.04.14 18:28
1126egocentricEgocentric person will not welcome by others.AdjectiveHaving/regarding the self or the individual as the center of all things:2015.04.14 18:27
1127revealThis report reveals the biggest problem of this company.Verbto make known; disclose; divulge: 2015.04.14 18:26
1128deficitThis company has a huge amount of deficit.Nouna lack or shortage; deficiency.2015.04.14 18:25
1129latterIs the person pretending to be a beggar or truly need help? More likely the latter.Adjectivebeing the second mentioned of two2015.04.14 18:25
1130conjureThe girl conjured up herself as Cinderella.Verbto affect or influence by or as if by invocation or spell.2015.04.14 18:24
1131waryHis son open a slice of the door with a wary facial expression. Adjectivewatchful; being on one's guard against danger. 2015.04.14 18:23
1132humiliationAfter she felt bitter humiliation, she never came again.Nounthe action to make somebody feel ashamed or stupid and lose the respect of other people2015.04.14 12:26
1133greedyHe is casting greedy eyes on the lady.Adjectivewanting more money, power, food, etc. than you really need2015.04.14 12:25
1134peasantOne of my friends was born into a peasant family in Jejudo.Nouna farmer who owns or rents a small piece of land2015.04.14 12:24
1135impromptuHe made an impromptu offer during the meeting.Adjectivedone without preparation or planning2015.04.14 12:23
1136contradictI thought he always contradict himself whenever he said.Verbto be so different from each other that one of them must be wrong2015.04.14 12:22
1137paralyzeAfter brain shock, he was paralyzed on one side.Verbto make somebody unable to feel or move all or part of their body2015.04.14 12:21
1138excerptThis part was an excerpt from a scientific journal.Nouna short piece of writing, music, film, etc. taken from a longer whole2015.04.14 12:20
1139deafMy opinion has fall on deaf ears since I arrived here.Adjectiveunable to hear anything or unable to hear very well2015.04.14 12:19
1140abruptlyThe titanic truck turned back abruptly, so I had to stop suddenly.Advsuddenly2015.04.14 12:18
1141herbicideThe farmers are spraying herbicide on their field.Nountechnical a substance used to kill unwanted plants2015.04.14 09:30
1142toxicDon’t eat it, it’s toxic!Adjectivecontaining poison; poisonous2015.04.14 09:29
1143ammunitionIn the debate, both they have a lot of ammunition against each other.Nouna supply of bullets, etc. to be fired from guns. / information that can be used against another person in an argument2015.04.14 09:28
1144formidableThey are afraid of the person who looks formidable.Adjectiveif people, things or situations, are formidable, you feel fear and/or respect for them, because they are impressive or powerful, or because 2015.04.14 09:27
1145vulgarWe should avoid vulgar language whenever we speak.Adjectivenot having or showing good taste; not polite, elegant or well behaved2015.04.14 09:27
1146spectacleHe told me he would never forget the spectacle he had seen in the zoo.Nouna performance or an event that is very impressive and exciting to look at2015.04.14 09:25
1147epicThere is an epic temple in the mountain.Adjectivevery great and impressive2015.04.14 09:22
1148colossalBeing such a colossal corporation, Disney has a lot of employees.Adjectiveextremely large2015.04.14 09:22
1149trapThe hunter has set a trap for the dragon that has commited all sorts of crimes.Nouna 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 say2015.04.14 09:20
1150epicThere is an epic temple in the mountain.Nounvery great and impressive2015.04.14 09:16
1151colossalBeing such a colossal corporation, Disney has a lot of employees.Nounextremely large2015.04.14 09:13
1152spectatorthe stands were packed with spectators.Noun(c) someone who watches a public activity or event, especially a sports event.2015.04.13 21:01
1153convertthe 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.2015.04.13 20:59
1154moralitystandards of morality seem to be dropping.Noun(u) principles concerning right and wrong or good and bad behavior.2015.04.13 20:58
1155prosperitythe country is enjoying a period of peace and prosperity.Noun(u) the state of being successful especially financially.2015.04.13 20:54
1156bribeThey 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.2015.04.13 20:52
1157sabotageit was an act of military sabotage.Noun(u) The act of doing deliberate damage to equipment, transpot, machines, etc.2015.04.13 20:50
1158distinctionPhilosophers 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.2015.04.13 20:49
1159attempthis first attempt resulted in a failure.Noun(c) An effort to do something2015.04.13 20:48
1160appreciateA 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 serious2015.04.13 20:46
1161deviousHe is very devious person because usually what he said is not what he usually did.Adjectivedishonest and clever2015.04.13 00:12
1162thresholdThe threshold of the university is very strict.Nouna limit at which an arrangement changes2015.04.13 00:08
1163malignBecause having jealousy, we somethings will malign others.Verbto say unpleasant things about someone, usually unfairly2015.04.13 00:06
1164erraticMy brother has a very erratic live style.Adjectivechanging ofter or not following a regular pattern so that it is difficult to know what will happen next2015.04.13 00:02
1165authenticA authentic diamond can bear the cruelness of time.Adjectivereal, not false or copied2015.04.13 00:00
1166hallmarkThe bottom of every piece of china has a hallmark to make sure whether it is true or not.Nouna typical feature2015.04.12 23:55
1167finishWe finished dinner at about 9 o'clockVerbto bring or come to an end or to completion2015.04.09 06:13
1168catthe girl hits the catNounan animal2015.04.09 06:06
1169shudderHe was shudder while standing in the elevator.Nouna quick uncontrolled shaking movement2015.04.04 16:41
1170candidIf you have a candid friend, your life will become easy.Adjectivehonest and direct, even when the truth is not pleasant2015.04.04 16:28
1171allegeShe alleged that she is the only witness in that murder.Verbto say that something is true or that someone has done something wrong or illegal even though this has not been proved2015.04.04 16:26
1172catThe cats were kept next to the bears at the zooNouna small, furry, carnivorous animal often kept as a pet: - Our cats like to play with string.2015.04.03 14:36
1173swiftlyThey will swiftly leave you behind by the nuts.Adjectivemoving or capable of moving with great speed or velocity; fleet; rapid: 2015.04.02 16:31
1174droughtBecause there are three big lakes in this area, there is no guarantee against drought.Nouna period of dry weather, especially a long one that is injurious to crops2015.03.30 22:51
1175infringeMaking an unauthorized copy of the article infringes copyright.NounTo break a law, rule, or agreement2015.03.28 07:30
1176bonfireThey celebrated the event by holding parades, lightning bonfires and setting off fireworks.NounA large fire built outside for burning waste. People also have bonfires at parties or celebrations.2015.03.28 07:13
1177intentThe rebels are obviously intent on keeping up the pressure. - - Nounan anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions2015.03.26 23:45
1178invasiveInvasive species broke the balance of the local ecosystem.Adjectivecharacterized by or involving invasion; offensive: 2015.03.26 22:30
1179domesticationI don't think domestication is a good thing for wild animal.Noun - - to convert (animals, plants, etc.) to domestic uses; tame. 2015.03.26 22:26
1180liminalThis is a liminal zone,Adjectiveof, relating to, or situated at the limen.2015.03.26 22:07
1181shiftThe technician will come in order to shift the cable away.VerbMove or cause to move from one place to another, especially over a small distance2015.03.26 20:03
1182restrictedNormal people have restricted access to the White House.AdjectiveLimited in extent, number, scope, or action2015.03.26 19:58
1183theoriesStudents have learned a lot of the mathematical theories.NounTheory is a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles.2015.03.26 19:49
1184curriculumDr. Smith has spent ten years developing new education curriculumNounThe subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college.2015.03.26 19:44
1185developStudents have developed their listening skills.VerbGrow or cause to grow and become more mature, advanced, or elaborate2015.03.26 19:40
1186intelligenceStudents have improved their intelligence during the program.Nounthe ability to learn or understand things or to deal with new or difficult situations2015.03.26 19:36
1187comprehendI can't comprehend the reason why my friend do that kind of things.Verbget the meaning of something2015.03.26 18:39
1188punctualThe bus in the town is never punctual.Adjectivedirectly and without evasion; not roundabout2015.03.26 18:31
1189inflexibleThat scientist is inflexible in his own opinion.Nounincapable of change2015.03.26 18:08
1190grantHe didn't grant the mistake he made.Verbbe willing to concede2015.03.26 18:01
1191erroneousShe let us the erroneous conclusion, so we are in the big problem.Adjectivenot correct; based on wrong information2015.03.26 14:35
1192errantI think he has an errant map and he is supposed to be very confused.Adjectivedoing something that is wrong; not behaving in an acceptable way2015.03.26 14:33
1193compartmentalizedThis system is totally compartmentalized in order to build up security.Adjectiveto separate into specific categories2015.03.26 14:24
1194avertEven though it is difficult to avert natural disaster, we need to try as possible as we can.Verbto prevent something bad or dangerous from happening2015.03.26 14:23
1195thresholdI thought I was in the threshold of a second life when I arrived in Canada.Nounthe point just before a new situation, period of life, etc. begins2015.03.26 14:23
1196fancifulHer dress is fantastic as if it came from a fanciful world.Adjectivebased on imagination and not facts or reason2015.03.26 14:20
1197heraldYou should herald a new project to your team members.Verbto be sign that something is going to happen2015.03.26 14:18
1198regimeBecause I hate the military regime, I will protest with my best. - - People who are under brutal regime live in unbearable suffering. - Nouna method or system of government, especially one that has not been elected in a fair way2015.03.26 14:15
1199reputableAs a actor, having a good reputable is very important.Adjectivegenerally considered to be honest and reliable2015.03.25 17:12
1200misleading' Do not let this guy misleading you into a wrong way' mu mom said to me.Nounto make someone to believe something that is incorrect to not true2015.03.25 17:11
1201manipulationHe can obtain many supporting by clever manipulation.Nounbehaviour that influence someone or controls something in a clever or dishonest way.2015.03.25 17:10
1202mainstreamHe wanted to present the mainstream of American culture, but I didn't get any useful information.Nounthe principal or dominant course, tendency, or trend: 2015.03.25 01:05
1203mainstreamHe wanted to present the mainstream of American culture, but I didn't get any useful information.Nounthe principal or dominant course, tendency, or trend: 2015.03.25 01:05
1204potentiallyHer mother said the pollen may potentially be the source of her allergy. Advpossibly but not yet actually: 2015.03.25 01:03
1205safariHe needs a safari to satisfy his family needs.Nouna journey or expedition, for hunting, exploration, or investigation, especially in eastern Africa. 2015.03.25 00:59
1206minorityThe nationality of the minority groups in that country is still at issue.Nouna group of people who differ racially or politically from a large group of which it is a part2015.03.24 09:25
1207interactTeachers should interact with students more frequently in the class.Verbact together to towards others or with others2015.03.24 09:11
1208euthanasiaEuthanasia is a hot debate.Nounmercy-killing2015.03.23 23:31
1209hinderYou can help or hinder who you want.Verb(vt)to stop someone or something from making progress or developing2015.03.23 21:18
1210consistentHe is not consistent in his action.Adjectivenot changing in behaviour, attitudes, or qualities2015.03.23 21:13
1211appositionThis noun is in apposition to the foregoing.NounNoun-(U) - the relationship between two noun phrases that are used in the same way and refer to the same person or thing.2015.03.23 21:07
1212daringI like daring men Adjectiveadventurous courage; boldness2015.03.21 21:34
1213boastI don't like him because he always boast of his life Verbto speak with exaggeration and excessive pride, especially about oneself.2015.03.21 21:07
1214blameI never blame him for my mistakes Verbto hold responsible; find fault with; censure2015.03.21 21:03
1215bendshe always bends her decisions Verbto direct or turn in a particular direction2015.03.21 20:51
1216bendshe always bend her decisions Verbto direct or turn in a particular direction2015.03.21 20:51
1217hostBe the host is too much work Nouna person who receives or entertains guests at home or elsewhere2015.03.21 20:43
1218bill I already paid the Gym bill last month. Nouna statement of money owed for goods or services supplied2015.03.21 20:33
1219purchaseI purchased a lot of clothes last week with my friends in Paris Verbto acquire by the payment of money or its equivalent; buy.2015.03.21 20:25
1220tuitionI'm going to pay my tuition next week Nounthe charge or fee for instruction, as at a private school or a college or university:2015.03.21 20:19
1221leapshe always leap over us when you come home Verbto spring through the air from one point or position to another; jump2015.03.21 20:15
1222leapshe leap over us when you cameVerbto spring through the air from one point or position to another; jump2015.03.21 20:12
1223warrantyIf you buy the insurance, you can be given 3 years warranty.Nouna company's written promise to repair or replace a product you buy from them if it breaks or dose not work2015.03.20 22:34
1224intergrateRussia had been intergrated before feel apart to part.Verbto make someone become a full memeber of a group or society and be involved completely in its activities2015.03.20 22:32
1225submissiveWhatever my mom says to me, I am totally submissive.Adjectivewilling to do other people tell you to do without arguing2015.03.20 22:29
1226perspectiveIt isn't possible to answer this question from my perspective.Noun(Noun-c)a way of thinking about something2015.03.19 15:23
1227decentThe new CEO is an educated, amiable, and decent man.Adjectivebehaving towards other people in an honest, fair, and nice way2015.03.19 15:23
1228misconceptionThis misconception is far from the truth.Nouna wrong belief or opinion as a result of not understanding something2015.03.19 15:15
1229inherentConflicts are inherent in human's history.Adjectivethat is a basic or permanent part of sb/sth and that cannot be removed2015.03.19 13:28
1230threshouldThey famers who had been got new lands were on the threshould of their new lives.Nounthe point just before a new situation, period of life, etc. begins2015.03.19 13:26
1231nirvanaMost people who believe Buddism desire nirvana.Nounthe state of peace and happiness that a person chieves after giving up all personal desires.2015.03.19 13:23
1232avalancheBefore the avalanche, all of the tourists were informed.Nouna mass of snow, ice and rock that falls down the side of a mountain2015.03.19 13:20
1233hoseI'm going to buy a hose for watering the garden.Nouna long tube made of rubber, plastic, etc., used for putting water onto fires, gardens, etc.2015.03.19 13:18
1234simultaneousThere was another simultaneous traffic accident on the road.Adjectivehappening or done at the same time as sth else2015.03.19 13:17
1235polymerizeThrough a five minutes reaction, all the cells polymerized together.Verbto react or cause to react to form a polymer 2015.03.18 23:48
1236ultimateLhasa is his ultimate destination in his journey.Adjectivelast; furthest or farthest; ending a process or series: 2015.03.18 23:36
1237vestigeThis is the only vestige of the old city.Nounan indication that something has been present.2015.03.18 14:37
1238kinMy kin is going to visit my hometown.Nounrelatives, a person having kinshio with another or others.2015.03.18 14:28
1239plagueThe city in under threat from a plague of rats.Noundangerous disease.2015.03.18 14:26
1240auditShe audit the account by herself.Nounan inspection of the accounting procedures and records by a trained accountant or CPA2015.03.18 14:25
1241digressionLet me just finish this digression.Nouna message that departs from the main subject.2015.03.18 14:23
1242accreditedThis program is fully accredited by the Design commityVerbgiven official approval to act.2015.03.18 14:21
1243curriculumWhere do you find your curriculum?Nounan integrated course of academic studies2015.03.18 14:18
1244devotedWhen you love your career you will devoted your whole energy into it.Adjectiveloving something or someone very much2015.03.16 23:21
1245devotedWhen you love your career you will devoted your whole energy into it.Adjectiveloving something or someone very much2015.03.16 23:06
1246artificialityWe should use artificiality leather instead of hurt animals.Nounmade by people and used instead of something ntural2015.03.16 23:01
1247substituteIt will not work when you use violence as a substitute instead of dialogue.Nounsomething that is used instead of something else2015.03.16 22:59
1248distressAlthough she had undergone three accidents during the last two days, she doesn't have any distress.Noungreat pain, anxiety, or sorrow; acute physical or mental suffering; affliction; trouble.2015.03.15 13:40
1249undergoThe experience I had undergone thought me a great lesson.Verbto experience, endure, or sustain: to undergo a dramatic change of feelings2015.03.15 13:18
1250extensiveSome people haven't extensively described their private problems.Adjectivehaving a large extent, area, scope, degree, etc; vast: extensive deserts, an extensive inheritance2015.03.15 13:11
1251revealThis 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 known2015.03.14 11:21
1252lagEven 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 group2015.03.14 11:15
1253indicateResearch indicates that group discussions are not working for some students.Verb(Vt) to show that something will happen, is true, or exists2015.03.14 11:03
1254covetHe covets his brother's laptop. She's been coveting the chance to have higher position in her company.Verbto want (something that you do not have) very much2015.03.13 23:40
1255lagHe had no choice but to lag due to his injury. She didn't want to lag behind at school. - Verbto stay or fall behind2015.03.13 23:32
1256punditStephen Hawking is a pundit in Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. This hard disk can be recovered by the computer hardware pundit.Nouna person who knows a lot about a particular subject and who expresses ideas and opinions about that subject publicly2015.03.13 23:31
1257chamberBalance is controlled mainly by two things: information received through our eyes and the chambers in the inner ear.Nouncompartment or enclosed space2015.03.12 20:06
1258unityDo you know that E.U. stands for European unity?Nounthe state of being in agreement and working together; the state of being joined together to form one unit2015.03.10 12:12
1259cohesionI think the important issue is how to make the cohesion of classmates in this class.Nounthe act or state of keeping together2015.03.10 12:08
1260coherenceI extremely feel bad now becasue I recognized my whole essay which I submitted yesterday lacked coherence.Nounthe situation in which all the parts of sth fit together well2015.03.10 12:02
1261auditoryI prefer reading to listening because I'm not an auditory learners.Adjectiveconnected with hearing2015.03.10 11:54
1262therapeuticWe hope to appear some therapeutic effects after his treatment.Adjectivedesigned to help treat an illness2015.03.10 11:52
1263terminologyYou don't need to learn a lot medical terminology unless you want to work in healthcare work place.Nounthe set of technical words or expressions used in a particular subject2015.03.10 11:43
1264odourAnts can use odour organ to find their food which is deep under the soil.Nounthe sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form2015.03.10 09:41
1265obsessionI am getting obsession on that girl who I met from internet even if I haven't met her.Nounan unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone2015.03.10 09:38
1266individualEvery person's Individual feeling are all different.Adjective1.considered separately from other people or things in the same group - 2.belonging to or intended for one person rather than a group2015.03.10 09:37
1267motherMy mother was 32 when I was born. - Nouna female parent.2015.03.10 09:37
1268motherMy mother was 32 when I was born. - Nouna female parent.2015.03.10 09:37
1269motorcycleMost parents don't allow their kids to ride motorcycle because it's too dangerous.Nouna motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame.2015.03.10 09:36
1270protocolWe need to sigh the contract or protocol before running a business together.NounRules determining the format; a code of correct conduct2015.03.10 09:35
1271braveI'm brave today Adjectivepossessing or exhibiting courage or courageous endurance. 2015.03.10 09:35
1272abdominalI have abdominal muscles.Nounthe muscles of the abdomen2015.03.10 09:35
1273embedHe embeds a diamond in his masterpiece, which is an exquisite ring. VerbFix or set securely or deeply. 2015.03.10 09:34
1274jargonI don't like such as the technical jargon.Nounwords or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group of people, and are difficult for others to understand2015.03.10 09:34
1275odourAnts can use odour organ to find their food which is deep under the soil.Nounthe sensation that results when olfactory receptors in the nose are stimulated by particular chemicals in gaseous form2015.03.10 09:34
1276obsessionI am getting obsession on that girl who I met from internet even if I haven't met her.Nounan unhealthy and compulsive preoccupation with something or someone2015.03.10 09:34
1277eliminateThe professor told us that we had to eliminate all errors from our manuscript.Verbto get rid of something that is not wanted or needed2015.03.10 09:33
1278braveI'm brave today Adjectivepossessing or exhibiting courage or courageous endurance. 2015.03.10 09:32
1279diverseThere are many people from diverse cultures in CanadaAdv If a group or range of things is diverse, it is made up of a wide variety of things.2015.03.10 09:32
1280abandonBetween 1931 and 1936 all nations abandoned the gold standard.VerbTo leave completely and finally.2015.03.10 09:31
1281eliminateThe professor told us that we had to eliminate all errors from our manuscript.Verbto get rid of something that is not wanted or needed2015.03.10 09:31
1282abdominalI have abdominal muscles.Nounthe muscles of the abdomen2015.03.10 09:28
1283pros_and_consWe need to look at the pros_and_cons of each system.NounThe advantages and disadvantages of something2015.03.09 17:02
1284tremendous... and decode the tremendous amounts of data...AdjectiveVery great in size, amount, or intensity2015.03.09 16:15
1285embeddedthe participants were influenced by the embedded metaphor...Verbto fix or put (something) firmly into a surrounding mass: to embed stones in cement2015.03.09 16:11
1286frillybut that is because metaphors studies aren't light or frilly and IARPA...Adjectivesomething desirable but not essential2015.03.09 16:08
1287solicitation... an open solicitation for researchers released last week.Nounto ask (someone) for something2015.03.09 16:06
1288probea unique effort within the government to probe how a people's language reveals their mindset.Verbto search into or question closely2015.03.09 16:04
1289hyperThe kids were all hyper after eating all the Easter Candy.Verbhy•per1 /'ha?p?/ - adj. [Informal.] - overexcited; - keyed up: - acting hyper after staying inside for five days. - overly concerned about something:2015.03.08 08:52
1290skillSocial skills are important in conversations.Nounthe knowledge or ability to do something well2015.02.26 03:31
1291converseChildren converse on social networks.VerbTo engage in conversation.2015.02.26 03:28
1292recurrenceIf you have a recurrence, talk to your doctor about getting a new biopsy before settling on treatment. Noun an occasion when something happens again2015.02.23 21:12
1293hazardousIt is also “green, in the sense that it does not produce any hazardous waste.Adjectivedangerous, especially to people’s health or safety2015.02.23 21:11
1294immoralSome say what he is doing is immoral.Adjectivemorally wrong2015.02.23 21:09
1295dissensionIf we enter a room where several people are angry and upset, we can feel that dissension even if nobody is saying anything right then.Nounstrong disagreement about something, especially within a group of people2015.02.23 21:08
1296invasionThis to me is an invasion of my space and time.Nouna situation in which a large number of people or things come to a place at the same time, especially in an annoying way2015.02.23 21:06
1297faultyWe only have one used device, with the other set as faulty. Nounnot working correctly or made correctly2015.02.23 21:05
1298rumbleThe thunder rumbled in the distance. His stomach rumbled from hunger.Verbto make a deep, rolling and continuous sound, such as thunder:2015.02.05 01:47
1299swirlThe water swirled down the drain.Verbto move around or along with a whirling motion2015.02.05 01:46
1300subsideBy dawn the storm had subsided.Verbto become quiet, less active, or less violent:2015.02.05 01:45
1301shatterThe glass shattered when it hit the floor.Verbto (cause to) be broken into pieces, as by a blow:2015.02.05 01:44
1302scrambleThe boyscrambled quickly up the hill.Verbto climb using one's hands and feet, as up or down a hill:2015.02.05 01:43
1303roarThe crowd roared its approval.Verbto make a loud noise2015.02.05 01:42
1304fleeThey tried to flee to a safe country.Verbto run away (from)2015.02.05 01:40
1305flattenThe bulldozer flattened the barn.Verbto (cause to) become flat:2015.02.05 01:39
1306explodeThe terrorists exploded the bomb.Verbto (cause to) burst violently:2015.02.05 01:37
1307demolishThey are going to demolish the old apartment building where I grew up.Adjectiveto destroy or tear down (a building): - 2015.02.05 01:36
1308avoidA low-fat diet can help you avoid a heart attackVerbto keep away from2015.02.05 01:35
1309bangThe police banged on the door. - She banged the table with her fistsVerbto strike violently or noisily;2015.02.05 01:34
1310savvytech-savvy studentsAdjectiveshrewdly intelligent; canny2015.01.29 04:29
1311sterileThis sterile discussion should endNounAbsolutely clean, to the point that nothing bad OR GOOD can grow2015.01.24 17:01
1312superciliousThe boss had adopted a supercilious attitude toward the workforce.AdjectiveArrogant, haughty, looking down on (from raised [super] eyebrow [cilium])2015.01.26 12:38
1313slipHe slipped on ice and broke his wristNounTo fall through lack of the expected friction underfoot2015.01.24 13:50
1314vertigoThe climber had a sudden feeling of vertigoNounDizziness, imbalance, fear of falling2015.01.24 17:33
1315punyHis puny arms were nonetheless capable of mighty featsNounWeak looking, skinny2015.01.24 18:01
1316slabThey laid the carcass out on a slabNounFlat stone or cement surface2015.01.24 17:16
1317slipperShe had the smallest slipper at the prince's ballNounA small shoe, often for going to bed2015.01.24 16:43
1318stridentAre the protesters' voices becoming a touch strident?AdjectiveScreechy, grating, high-pitched2015.01.21 22:11
1319potterHe likes to potter around in his garden shed on the weekendNounEngage in small or inconsequential activities2015.01.21 22:24
1320remotePass me the remote - this program is terribleNounDistance control of television or other device2015.01.21 22:17
1321scrumptiousThe MacDonald's burger looked totally scrumptiousAdjectiveDelicious2015.01.21 22:07
1322claustrophobicThat small hotel room made me feel claustrophobicNounFear of small spaces2015.01.21 22:03
1323serendipitousIt was a serendipitous discoveryNounCharacterized by happy luck without really trying (from serendipity)2015.01.21 22:00
1324computationalWe discussed computational linguistics in class tonight.Adjectiveinvolving the calculation of answers, amounts, results2015.01.21 21:21
1325megalomaniaWearing a Napoleon hat reflected his growing megalomaniaNounA false belief (mania) in his own greatness (mega)2015.01.16 16:42
1326slipperyBe aware of Jack, people say that he is slippery and selfish.Adjectivecannot be trusted, have to be careful with and not reliable2015.01.16 10:55
1327slackWe can barely see tourists on the streets in the slack season.Adjectivenot tight, intense or not busy and having less business activity2015.01.16 10:55
1328shorthandAfter learning some ways of shorthand, he can grab all the information completely in seconds.Nouna fast writing way that uses special signs to represent letters, words, phrases in a short time2015.01.16 10:55
1329seminarWe chose her as the leader of our seminar since she was smart and energetic.Nouna group of college students and a teacher that study or discuss a particular subject2015.01.16 10:54
1330suburbanHe likes living in suburban area. Noun relating to a suburb2015.01.16 09:32
1331diminishHer new interest in computer diminished her passion for history. Verbto reduce or be reduced in size or importance2015.01.16 09:14
1332graciousBe gracious and patient to people who are disabled. Adjective behaving in a pleasant, polite, calm way2015.01.16 09:11
1333unleashAt worst, nuclear war could be unleashed.Verbto release suddenly a strong, uncontrollable and usually destructive force2015.01.16 09:09
1334jockThe jock is especially enthusiastic about tennis.Noun a person who is extremely enthusiastic about sport2015.01.16 09:07
1335profitablea professionally run and profitable companyNoun(Of a business or activity) yielding profit or financial gain2015.01.16 05:48
1336investmenta debate over private investment in road-building - NounThe action or process of investing money for profit2015.01.16 05:47
1337yieldthe land yields grapes and tobaccoNoun Produce or provide (a natural, agricultural, or industrial product)2015.01.16 05:46
1338submissionthey were forced into submissionNounThe action of accepting or yielding to a superior force or to the will or authority of another person:2015.01.16 05:45
1339obediencechildren were taught to show their parents obedienceNounCompliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another’s authority2015.01.16 05:44
1340authorityhe had absolute authority over his subordinatesNounThe power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience2015.01.16 05:44
1341subordinatehis subordinate officersNounLower in rank or position2015.01.16 05:43
1342dependentthe various benefits will be dependent on length of serviceNoun(dependent on/upon) Contingent on or determined by2015.01.16 05:42
1343mineralit identifies the mineral or compound presentNounA solid, naturally occurring inorganic substance:2015.01.16 05:40
1344compositionthe social composition of villagesNoune nature of something’s ingredients or constituents; the way in which a whole or mixture is made up:2015.01.16 05:39
1345concerta pop concertNounA musical performance given in public, typically by several performers or of several compositions:2015.01.16 05:38
1346rejectunion negotiators rejected a 1.5 per cent pay awardNounDismiss as inadequate, unacceptable, or faulty2015.01.16 05:37
1347explanationthe birth rate is central to any explanation of population trendsNounA statement or account that makes something clear2015.01.16 05:37
1348demonstratetheir shameful silence demonstrates their ineptitude - NounClearly show the existence or truth of (something) by giving proof or evidence:2015.01.16 05:35
1349manifesther manifest charm and proven abilityNounClear or obvious to the eye or mind2015.01.16 05:35
1350semiconductorExcitons are created in semiconductors when a laser field promotes an electron from the valance band to the conduction band.NounA 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.2015.01.16 05:33
1351impuritya struggle to rid the soul of sin and impurityNounThe state or quality of being impure:2015.01.16 05:32
1352refinesugar was refined by boiling it in huge iron vatsNounRemove impurities or unwanted elements from (a substance), typically as part of an industrial process:2015.01.16 05:32
1353cultivatedhe was a remarkably cultivated and educated manNounRefined and well educated2015.01.16 05:31
1354pesticideOnce volatilized, a pesticide can move in air currents away from the treated surface.NounA substance used for destroying insects or other organisms harmful to cultivated plants or to animals.2015.01.16 05:30
1355environmentsurvival in an often hostile environmentNounThe surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates2015.01.16 05:29
1356inhabita bird that inhabits North AmericaNoun(Of a person, animal, or group) live in or occupy (a place or environment)2015.01.16 05:28
1357constitutelone parents constitute a great proportion of the poorNounBe (a part) of a whole2015.01.16 05:28
1358constitutelone parents constitute a great proportion of the poorNounBe (a part) of a whole2015.01.16 05:27
1359preferentialpreferential interest rates may be offered to employeesNounOf or involving preference or partiality; constituting a favour or privilege2015.01.16 05:27
1360favourtraining is looked upon with favour by many employersNounpproval, support, or liking for someone or something:2015.01.16 05:26
1361debtI paid off my debtsNounA sum of money that is owed or due2015.01.16 05:25
1362remitthe excess of the sentence over 12 months was remittedNounCancel or refrain from exacting or inflicting (a debt or punishment)2015.01.16 05:25
1363expiatetheir sins must be expiated by sacrificeNounMake amends or reparation for (guilt or wrongdoing)2015.01.16 05:24
1364discardHilary bundled up the clothes she had discardedNounGet rid of (someone or something) as no longer useful or desirable:2015.01.16 05:22
1365postalpostal servicesNounRelating to the post2015.01.16 05:21
1366audacityhe whistled at the sheer audacity of the planNounA willingness to take bold risks:2015.01.16 05:20
1367temerityno one had the temerity to question his conclusionsNounExcessive confidence or boldness; audacity2015.01.16 05:19
1368condolethe priest came to condole with MadeleineNounExpress sympathy for (someone); grieve with:2015.01.16 05:19
1369roughlythe man picked me up roughlyNounIn a manner lacking gentleness; harshly or violently:2015.01.16 05:17
1370jolta surge in the crowd behind him jolted him forwardsNounPush or shake (someone or something) abruptly and roughl2015.01.16 05:16
1371plightwe must direct our efforts towards relieving the plight of children living in povertyNounA dangerous, difficult, or otherwise unfortunate situation2015.01.16 05:16
1372indeliblean indelible marker penNoun(Of ink or a pen) making marks that cannot be removed2015.01.16 05:15
1373usefulnessfaults that affect the book’s usefulnessNounThe quality or fact of being useful2015.01.16 05:14
1374independenceArgentina gained independence from Spain in 1816Nounhe fact or state of being independent:2015.01.16 05:13
1375veteranWhen I encounter difficulties in work, I always turn to my manager who is veteran and willing to share her thoughts.Adjectivewith lots of experiences or be used for a long time2015.01.16 05:12
1376competitionthere is fierce competition between banksNounThe activity or condition of striving to gain or win something by defeating or establishing superiority over others:2015.01.16 05:12
1377prioritizePrioritize all the works you have to do can easily improve efficiency and save time.Verbto order and deal with things according to their importance2015.01.16 05:11
1378promotesome regulation is still required to promote competitionNounSupport or actively encourage (a cause, venture, etc.); further the progress of:2015.01.16 05:11
1379philanthropicthey receive financial support from philanthropic bodiesNoun seeking to promote the welfare of others; generous and benevolent:2015.01.16 05:10
1380seamlesslyHe seamlessly accomplished all the tasks in a short time.Advdoing things smoothly and continually, without any disconnection2015.01.16 05:10
1381behalfhe campaigned on behalf of the wrongly convicted fourNounIn the interests of a person, group, or principle:2015.01.16 05:09
1382mindfulShe is always mindful when traveling alone in other countries.Adjectivekeep being aware or remembering something2015.01.16 05:09
1383committedShe is committed in creating a better learning environment for children.Adjectiveto work very hard in doing something2015.01.16 05:08
1384tapthe air-supply tapNounA device by which a flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or container can be controlled: - she turned the cold tap on2015.01.16 05:08
1385depleteThe 5-hour-long surgery depleted both the doctor’s and the patient’s energy greatly.Verbto reduce, exhaust, use up the amount of resources, energy2015.01.16 05:07
1386windmilln the past windmills were used to grind corn into flour.NounA building with sails or vanes that turn in the wind and generate power to grind corn into flour.2015.01.16 05:07
1387probioticHe started to study probiotic in college and now is an expert in this field.Nouna kind of harmless bacterium that helps to protect and improve human’s health2015.01.16 05:06
1388nickelHere we have ten coins: pennies, nickels, and dimes.Noun A silvery-white metal, the chemical element of atomic number 28.2015.01.16 05:06
1389leanHe changes his diet habit and only eats lean meat, vegetables and fruits.Adjectivethin and without any fat or not rich, abundant and having little interest2015.01.16 05:06
1390obstinateher obstinate determination to pursue a career in radioNounStubbornly refusing to change one’s opinion or chosen course of action, despite attempts to persuade one to do so:2015.01.16 05:05
1391integralEvery one’s participation is integral if we want to complete this mission.Adjectivebeing an essential, necessary part of something2015.01.16 05:04
1392inclinehe was inclined to accept the offerNoun(usually be inclined to/towards/to do something) Be favourably disposed towards or willing to do something:2015.01.16 05:04
1393raga piece of ragNounA piece of old cloth, especially one torn from a larger piece, used typically for cleaning things: - he wiped his hands on an oily rag2015.01.16 05:04
1394differentiateThe diseases are too similar and even the doctors can’t differentiate the two of them.Verbto express, recognize, make the differences between things or people2015.01.16 05:03
1395utterlyhe looked utterly ridiculousNounCompletely and without qualification; absolutely:2015.01.16 05:03
1396markedlyThe adjustment markedly improved the efficiency of the producing process.Adjectivevery clear, easy to be recognize and distinguished2015.01.16 05:02
1397ravineI can hide from the patrols, using ravines and deep gorges.NounA deep, narrow gorge with steep sides.2015.01.16 05:02
1398bleacha new formula to bleach and brighten clothingNounCause (a material such as cloth, paper, or hair) to become white or much lighter by a chemical process or by exposure to sunlight:2015.01.16 05:01
1399intimateThe interesting stories of his childhood intimated the party.Verbto give energy to something, make something alive2015.01.16 05:01
1400ringlether hair fell loose in ringletsNounA lock of hair hanging in a corkscrew-shaped curl:2015.01.16 05:00
1401ringlether hair fell loose in ringletsNounA lock of hair hanging in a corkscrew-shaped curl:2015.01.16 05:00
1402buffoonThe children burst into laughter when the buffoon stumbled and fell down.Nouna person who amuses others by funny, ridiculous, odd behaviors or jokes2015.01.16 05:00
1403intentwith alarm she realized his intentNounIntention or purpose:2015.01.16 04:59
1404poignantHe learned the importance of honest in this poignant experience.Adjectivemaking one feels painful, sad and sharply distressing2015.01.16 04:59
1405pendulumIf I then release the weight the pendulum begins to swing.NounA 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.2015.01.16 04:59
1406buggya golf buggyNounA small motor vehicle, typically with an open top:2015.01.16 04:58
1407aprona striped butcher’s apronNounA protective garment worn over the front of one’s clothes and tied at the back2015.01.16 04:58
1408chainhe slid the bolts on the front door and put the safety chain acrossNounA series of linked metal rings used for fastening or securing something, or for pulling loads2015.01.16 04:57
1409postulatehis theory postulated a rotatory movement for hurricanesNounSuggest or assume the existence, fact, or truth of (something) as a basis for reasoning, discussion, or belief:2015.01.16 03:20
1410inflationthe inflation of a balloonNounThe action of inflating something or the condition of being inflated2015.01.16 03:19
1411verdictthe jury returned a verdict of not guiltyNounher former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting her2015.01.16 03:18
1412convicther former boyfriend was convicted of assaulting herNounDeclare (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:2015.01.16 03:17
1413raptureLeonora listened with raptureNounA feeling of intense pleasure or joy2015.01.16 03:11
1414raptureLeonora listened with raptureNounA feeling of intense pleasure or joy2015.01.16 03:11
1415instantthe offence justified instant dismissalNounHappening or coming immediately2015.01.16 03:10
1416fitnessdisease and lack of fitness are closely relatedNounThe condition of being physically fit and healthy:2015.01.16 03:09
1417disturbancea helicopter landing can cause disturbance to residentsNoun] The interruption of a settled and peaceful condition:2015.01.16 03:08
1418quellextra police were called to quell the disturbanceNounPut an end to (a rebellion or other disorder), typically by the use of force:2015.01.16 03:07
1419quellextra police were called to quell the disturbanceNounPut an end to (a rebellion or other disorder), typically by the use of force:2015.01.16 03:07
1420tactlesHe's tactless and lacks judgment but he's irresistible just the same.NounHaving or showing a lack of skill and sensitivity in dealing with others or with difficult issues: - a tactless remark2015.01.16 03:06
1421ripa fan tried to rip his trousers off during a showNoun Tear or pull (something) quickly or forcibly away from something or someone:2015.01.16 03:05
1422cobblerHe also worked as a master cobbler, mending shoes.NounA person whose job is mending shoes.2015.01.16 03:04
1423sordidFortunately for him, he will not be contemplating his sad and sordid crime from the inside of a prison cell.NounInvolving immoral or dishonourable actions and motives; arousing moral distaste and contempt: - the story paints a sordid picture of bribes and scams2015.01.16 03:03
1424knobAfter the glue has hardened, rub fine-grain sandpaper across the surface of both knobs, making their surfaces smooth.NounA rounded lump or ball, especially at the end or on the surface of something2015.01.16 03:02
1425studThe shape of the headrest follows Zulu style, but brightly coloured plastics, insulation tape and metal studs decorate the core.NounA large-headed piece of metal that pierces and projects from a surface, especially for decoration.2015.01.16 02:59
1426plumHe would discover in his own way the lacy texture of a cantaloupe or the dusky purple of a ripe plum.NounAn oval fleshy fruit which is purple, reddish, or yellow when ripe and contains a flattish pointed stone.2015.01.16 02:59
1427chimneya coal fire thrust yellow flames up the chimneyNounA vertical channel or pipe which conducts smoke and combustion gases up from a fire or furnace and typically through the roof of a building2015.01.16 02:58
1428swarma swarm of locustsNounA large or dense group of flying insects2015.01.16 02:57
1429extravagantit was rather extravagant to buy bothNounLacking restraint in spending money or using resources2015.01.16 02:56
1430shuddershe still shuddered at the thought of himNoun(Of a person) tremble convulsively, typically as a result of fear or revulsion2015.01.16 02:54
1431composehe composed the First Violin Sonata four years earlierNounWrite or create (a work of art, especially music or poetry)2015.01.16 02:54
1432imposethe decision was theirs and was not imposed on them by othersNoun Force (an unwelcome decision or ruling) on someone:2015.01.16 02:53
1433pulsethe doctor found a faint pulseNounA rhythmical throbbing of the arteries as blood is propelled through them, typically as felt in the wrists or neck2015.01.16 02:51
1434roomythe cabin is roomy and well plannedNoun(Especially of accommodation) having plenty of room; spacious2015.01.16 02:51
1435dullyour diet doesn’t have to be dull and boringNounLacking interest or excitement2015.01.16 02:50
1436dismissshe dismissed the taxi at the corner of the roadNounOrder or allow to leave; send away2015.01.16 02:49
1437exaltthe party will continue to exalt their heroNounThink or speak very highly of (someone or something)2015.01.16 02:49
1438tumultuoustumultuous applauseNounMaking an uproar or loud, confused noise2015.01.16 02:48
1439loopmake a loop in the twineNounA shape produced by a curve that bends round and crosses itself2015.01.16 02:47
1440hammerGrip pressure should be firm but not tight - about the way you would grip a hammer's handle while driving nails.NounA 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.2015.01.16 02:46
1441despisehe despised himself for being selfishNounFeel contempt or a deep repugnance for2015.01.16 02:44
1442chaphis skin is very dry and chaps easilyNoun(Of the skin) become cracked, rough, or sore, typically through exposure to cold weather2015.01.16 02:44
1443pinchshe pinched his cheekNounGrip (something, typically a person’s flesh) tightly and sharply between finger and thumb2015.01.16 02:42
1444mateya matey grinNounFamiliar and friendly; sociable2015.01.16 02:42
1445gleamlight gleamed on the china catsNounhine brightly, especially with reflected light:2015.01.16 02:41
1446clusterclusters of creamy-white flowersNounA group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together:2015.01.16 02:40
1447staveIt'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.NounA vertical wooden post or plank in a building or other structure.2015.01.16 02:37
1448flickUrsula flicked some ash off her sleeveNounStrike or propel (something) with a sudden quick movement of the fingers: - Max flicked his bow tie2015.01.16 02:36
1449frockher new party frockNounA woman’s or girl’s dress2015.01.16 02:35
1450knottie a knot at the end of the cordNounA fastening made by looping a piece of string, rope, or something similar on itself and tightening it:2015.01.16 02:35
1451crabWithout warning the stalks supporting the crab's beady black eyes shoot straight up at me.NounA 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.2015.01.16 02:34
1452crutchIt's difficult to understand why so many crutches, white sticks and wheelchairs remain unclaimed.NounA long stick with a crosspiece at the top, used as a support under the armpit by a lame person.2015.01.16 02:33
1453shawlGypsy and ethnic references appear in a number of outfits including Spanish style poncho skirts, shawls and classic Native American dresses.NounA piece of fabric worn by women over the shoulders or head or wrapped round a baby.2015.01.16 02:33
1454duskydusky redNounDarkish in colour2015.01.16 02:32
1455lasshe married a lass from YorkshireNounA girl or young woman2015.01.16 02:31
1456sheetSleeping blankets and covers, sheets and quilts have been made - with the children's assistance.NounA 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.2015.01.16 02:30
1457excusehe did nothing to hide or excuse Jacob’s crueltyNounSeek to lessen the blame attaching to (a fault or offence); try to justify2015.01.16 02:29
1458marqueeOrganisers are planning to have lots of stalls and attractions - and are desperate for donations of tents and marquees to provide shelter for these.Nounchiefly British A large tent used for social or commercial functions.2015.01.16 02:28
1459curlher fingers curled round the microphoneNounForm or cause to form into a curved or spiral shape2015.01.16 02:27
1460strawThis 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 weaving2015.01.16 02:26
1461lankyHe is lanky and a brilliant artist as well as being excellent at crosswords.Noun ungracefully thin and tall.2015.01.16 02:25
1462petticoatAt the bottom of the trunk she found a set of white undergarments including lacy petticoats and a full corseted bodice.NounA woman’s light, loose undergarment hanging from the shoulders or the waist, worn under a skirt or dress.2015.01.16 02:24
1463turbanIt is difficult for us to see any reason why a Jew may not wear his yarmulke in court or a Sikh his turban.NounA man’s head covering consisting of a long length of material wound around a cap or the head, worn especially by Sikhs and Muslims.2015.01.16 02:24
1464supervisethe sergeant left to supervise the loading of the lorriesNounObserve and direct the execution of (a task or activity)2015.01.16 02:23
1465pealthe bell rang again, a long, loud pealNounA loud ringing of a bell or bells2015.01.16 02:22
1466blazetwenty firemen fought the blazeNounA very large or fiercely burning fire2015.01.16 02:21
1467crouchwe crouched down in the trenchNounAdopt 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 oneself2015.01.16 02:20
1468crouchwe crouched down in the trenchNounAdopt 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 oneself2015.01.16 02:20
1469stemBoth 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.NounThe main body or stalk of a plant or shrub, typically rising above ground but occasionally subterranean.2015.01.16 02:20
1470stemBoth 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.NounThe main body or stalk of a plant or shrub, typically rising above ground but occasionally subterranean.2015.01.16 02:20
1471traythey ate supper off a tray in front of the fireNounA flat, shallow container with a raised rim, typically used for carrying food and drink, or for holding small items or loose material2015.01.16 02:18
1472gaspa woman gasped in horror at the sight of himNounCatch one’s breath with an open mouth, owing to pain or astonishment2015.01.16 02:16
1473chasepolice chased the stolen car through the cityNounPursue in order to catch or catch up with2015.01.16 02:16
1474muffleeveryone was muffled up in coats and scarvesNounWrap or cover for warmth2015.01.16 02:15
1475dashI dashed into the gardenNounRun or travel somewhere in a great hurry2015.01.16 02:14
1476faintthe faint murmur of voicesNoun(Of a sight, smell, or sound) barely perceptible2015.01.16 02:13
1477presshe pressed his face to the glassVerbMove or cause to move into a position of contact with something by exerting continuous physical force2015.01.16 02:12
1478brusha shaving brushNounAn 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 hair2015.01.16 02:12
1479porchthe north porch of Hereford CathedralNounA covered shelter projecting in front of the entrance of a building2015.01.16 02:11
1480suaveThe suave gentleman was a great favorite of the elegant ladies who attended parties at the embassy.Adjectivebehaving in a relaxed, confident, and pleasant way in social situations2015.01.15 23:38
1481feignI would never feign illness just to get out of a test.Verbto pretend to feel or be affected by (something)2015.01.15 23:32
1482preliminaryThis is a meeting to discuss seating arrangements that was merely a preliminary to the formal negotiating sessions.Nounsomething that comes first in order to prepare for or introduce the main part of something else2015.01.15 23:28
1483epidemicThe little girl's giggles were epidemic, and soon the entire gathering was laughing.Adjectiveaffecting or tending to affect a disproportionately large number of individuals within a population, community, or region at the same time2015.01.15 23:10
1484brineThe chicken was soaked in brine before it was roasted.Nouna mixture of salty water used especially to preserve or add flavor to food2015.01.15 23:05
1485ardentHe is an ardent science-fiction fan who has read virtually all of his favorite author's many works.Adjectivehaving or showing very strong feelings2015.01.15 23:03
1486flickerA TV was flickering in the background.Verbto burn or glow in an unsteady way : to produce an unsteady light2015.01.15 22:42
1487shrivelPlants shrivel in the heat.Verbto become dry and wrinkled from heat, cold, or old age2015.01.15 22:41
1488coordinateYou'll have to coordinate with the sales department.Verbto make arrangements so that two or more people or groups of people can work together properly and well2015.01.15 22:35
1489discourseHe likes to engage in lively discourse with his visitors.Nounthe use of words to exchange thoughts and ideas2015.01.15 22:30
1490squireHer father squired her to the dance to make sure she got there all right.Verbescort2015.01.15 22:24
1491inclinationShe shows no inclination to give in to their demands.Nouna feeling of wanting to do something : a tendency to do something - 2015.01.15 22:22
1492moroseHe became morose and withdrawn and would not talk to anyone.Adjectivevery serious, unhappy, and quiet2015.01.15 22:09
1493scarcelyHe could scarcely control his joy.Advalmost not at al2015.01.15 22:00
1494perplexQuestions about the meaning of life have always perplexed humankind.Verbto confuse (someone) very much2015.01.15 21:57
1495incarnationShe is the very incarnation of grace and tactfulness.Nounone of a series of lives that a person is believed to have had in the past in some religions2015.01.15 21:55
1496pinnacleA singer has reached the pinnacle of success.Nounthe best or most important part of something : the point of greatest success or achievement2015.01.15 21:54
1497finesseShe handled the interview questions with finesse.Nounskill and cleverness that is shown in the way someone deals with a situation, problem2015.01.15 21:51
1498cunningShe was cunning enough to fool me.Adjectivegetting what is wanted in a clever and often deceptive way2015.01.15 21:49
1499grimaceThe patient made a painful grimace as the doctor examined his wound.Nouna facial expression in which your mouth and face are twisted in a way that shows disgust, disapproval, or pain2015.01.15 21:46
1500frownShe was frowning when she entered the room, so I knew that she was annoyed about something.Verbto make a frown in anger, concentration2015.01.15 21:45
1501poutShe pouted her lips and stared at him angrilyVerbto push out your lips to show that you are angry or annoyed or to look sexually attractive2015.01.15 21:44
1502meerkatWith the single, notable exception of the meerkats, there was not the least foreign matter on the island, organic or inorganic.Nounany of several African mongooses2015.01.15 21:43
1503resentmentShe bore bitter feelings of resentment toward her ex-husband.Nouna feeling of anger or displeasure about someone or something unfair2015.01.15 20:12
1504somberHer death put us in a somber mood.Adjectivevery sad and serious2015.01.15 20:11
1505solemnityHer voice conveyed the solemnity of the passage.Nounthe quality of being formal or serious2015.01.15 20:05
1506scrimmageThe first play from scrimmage netted them a touchdown.Nounthe point in a game at which the center passes or throws the ball to the quarterback2015.01.15 20:03
1507assumptionI made the assumption that he was coming, so I was surprised when he didn't show up.Nounan assuming that something is true2015.01.15 20:00
1508contriveThe prisoners contrived a way to escape.Verbto form or think of (a plan, method, etc.)2015.01.15 19:59
1509contriveThe prisoners contrived a way to escape.Verbto form or think of (a plan, method, etc.)2015.01.15 19:59
1510beetI've planted carrots, parsnips, and beets in the garden.Nouna garden plant with thick leaves and a rounded red root2015.01.15 19:56
1511virtualThe Web site provides a virtual tour of the stadiumAdjectivevery close to being something without actually being it2015.01.15 19:55
1512courtesyThey treated us with courtesy and kindness.Nounpolite behavior that shows respect for other people2015.01.15 19:54
1513belittleThe critic belittled the author's work.Verbto describe (someone or something) as little or unimportant2015.01.15 19:51
1514shunHe shuns parties and social events.Verbto avoid (someone or something)2015.01.15 19:50
1515brassThe whole orchestra—the strings, percussion, woodwinds, and brass—began to play.Nounmusical instruments (such as trumpets, trombones, and tubas) that are made of brass2015.01.15 19:29
1516sublimateShe sublimated her erotic feelings into a series of paintings.Verbpsychology : to express a desire or feeling by changing it into a form that is socially acceptable2015.01.15 19:23
1517matrixThe wires all crossed each other and formed a matrix.Nounsomething (such as a situation or a set of conditions) in which something else develops or forms2015.01.15 19:21
1518concertoFor a piece billed as towering, the Busoni concerto is actually pretty chatty.Nouna piece of music for one or more main instruments with an orchestra2015.01.15 19:02
1519lensMake sure the lens of the microscope is clean.Nouna clear curved piece of glass or plastic used in eyeglasses, cameras, telescopes, etc., to make things look clearer, smaller, or bigger2015.01.15 19:00
1520ommatidiumIn an insect, each ommatidium in the compound eye has a corneal lens, a crystalline cone and a light-sensitive organ at its base.Nounone of the elements corresponding to a small simple eye that make up the compound eye of an arthropod2015.01.15 18:57
1521aptitudeThe new test is supposed to measure the aptitudes of the students.Nouna natural ability to do something or to learn something2015.01.15 18:50
1522synthesisIt is a philosophy that is a kind of synthesis of several schools of Western and Eastern thoughtNounsomething that is made by combining different things (such as ideas, styles, etc.)2015.01.15 18:47
1523deviationThere have been slight deviations in the satellite's orbit.Nounan action, behavior, or condition that is different from what is usual or expected2015.01.15 18:45
1524inordinateThe professor suddenly started giving the students inordinate amounts of homeworkAdjectiveUnusual, atypical, jumping out of the typical pattern2015.01.14 17:08
1525arbitrateShe has been asked to arbitrate between the two sides.Verbto act or decide as arbitrator or arbiter; - decide between two sides; - determine: 2015.01.14 04:33
1526acquitThe jury acquitted her of all charges.Verbto declare not guilty of a crime or offense:2015.01.14 04:32
1527weirdoYes a few years ago yu were seen as a weirdo If yu were to eat brown bread.Nounan odd, strange, or abnormal person.2015.01.14 04:31
1528whirrThe sounds issuing from beyond- winches whirring, men shouting- indicated great activity and excited me.Nouna bustle or rush2015.01.14 04:30
1529virileThen 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.Nounhaving or exhibiting masculine strength; masculine; - manly; - characterized by a vigorous, masculine spirit.2015.01.14 04:29
1530synchronizeLet's synchronize our watches and meet in an hour.Verbto cause to show the agreed upon time, as one clock or watch with another:2015.01.14 04:27
1531surveillanceSurface 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.Nouna watch kept over someone or something, esp. over a suspect, prisoner, etc.:2015.01.14 04:26
1532subliminalThey made use of subliminal advertising, in which the words 'You're thirsty'' appeared on the screen too fast to be read consciously.Adjectiveexisting or operating below the level at which one is conscious:2015.01.14 04:25
1533squabbleThe two sides were squabbleing over the shape of the table at the peace negotiations.Verbto quarrel about a small detail:2015.01.14 04:24
1534splinterHe used a needle to remove the splinter from his finger.Nouna small, thin, sharp piece of wood, bone, etc., split off from the main body:2015.01.14 04:23
1535venerablea venerable statesmanAdjective great deal of respect, especially because of age, wisdom, or character2015.01.10 10:25
1536narcotici am addicted to narcotic.Nouna drug or other substance affecting mood or behavior2015.01.10 10:23
1537pertainthis letter is pertain to eighteen century literature.Verb related2015.01.10 10:19
1538jargonstop use jargon in front of me.Nounspecial words or expressions that are used by a particular profession 2015.01.10 10:17
1539parcha piece of grassland parched by the sunVerbmake or become dry through intense heat2015.01.10 10:16
1540obliteratethe memory was so painful that he obliterated it from his mindVerbwipe out2015.01.10 10:12
1541necessitatethe severe arthritis eventually necessitated a total hip replacementVerbmake (something) necessary 2015.01.10 10:11
1542beadbeads of perspiration moistened my shirt.Nouna small piece of glass, stone, or similar material2015.01.10 10:06
1543jeopardizea devaluation of the dollar would jeopardize New York's position as a financial centerNounput (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss2015.01.10 10:04
1544rebateIf you are on a low income you may be able to claim a rebate on your rent and council taxNouna partial refund to someone who has paid too much money 2015.01.10 10:01
1545entitlementfull entitlement to fees and maintenance should be offeredNounthe fact of having a right to something2015.01.10 09:59
1546haughtya look of haughty disdainAdjectivearrogantly superior and disdainful2015.01.10 09:57
1547plausiblea plausible explanationAdjectiveseeming reasonable or probable2015.01.10 09:56
1548eradicatethis disease has been eradicated from the worldVerbdestroy completely; put an end to2015.01.10 09:55
1549imperativeimmediate action was imperativeAdjectivevital importance; crucial2015.01.10 09:54
1550penalthe campaign for penal reformNounrelating to, used for, or prescribing the punishment of offenders under the legal system2015.01.10 09:53
1551ensuethe difficulties that ensued from their commitment to CubaVerbhappen or occur afterward or as a result2015.01.10 09:52
1552volleythe infantry let off a couple of volleysNouna number of bullets, arrows, or other projectiles discharged at one time2015.01.10 09:51
1553engulfthe cafe was engulfed in flamesVerbto surround or cover it completely2015.01.10 09:50
1554nostalgia i was overcome with acute nostalgiaNouna sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past2015.01.10 09:49
1555encompassthe exposition encompass all kind of goods Verbsurround and have or hold within2015.01.10 09:48
1556expositionthe exposition encompass all kind of goods Nouna large public exhibition of art or trade goods2015.01.10 09:47
1557dwindletraffic has dwindled to a trickleVerbdiminish gradually in size, amount, or strength2015.01.10 09:46
1558disintegratewhen the missile struck, the car disintegrated in a sheet of searing flameVerbbreak up into small parts, typically as the result of impact or decay2015.01.10 09:45
1559deflectthe bullet was deflected harmlessly into the ceilingVerbcause (something) to change direction by interposing something2015.01.10 09:44
1560pendants chic pendant dangle from her neckNouna piece of jewelry that hangs from a chain worn around the neck2015.01.10 09:42
1561chicchic pendant dangle from his neckAdjectiveelegantly and stylishly fashionable2015.01.10 09:41
1562bloca center-left voting blocNouna combination of countries, parties, or groups sharing a common purpose.2015.01.10 09:39
1563demisetragic demiseNouna person's death2015.01.10 09:38
1564culminatethe tensions and disorders which culminated in World War IIVerbreach a climax or point of highest development2015.01.10 09:37
1565counteractshould we deliberately intervene in the climate system to counteract global warming?Verbact against (something) in order to reduce its force or neutralize it2015.01.10 09:36
1566turbulencethe plane shuddered as it entered some turbulenceNounviolent or unsteady movement of air or water, or of some other fluid2015.01.10 09:35
1567bolsterthe fall in interest rates is starting to bolster confidenceVerbsupport or strengthen; prop up2015.01.10 09:34
1568ardentan ardent baseball fanAdjectiveenthusiastic or passionate2015.01.10 09:33
1569sluggisha sluggish streamAdjectiveslow-moving or inactive2015.01.10 09:32
1570monumentThis monument was erected in memory of F. D. Roosevelt.Nouna building or other large structure that is built to remind people of an important event or famous person2015.01.09 11:28
1571pharaohThe pharaoh is Osiris, the moon bull incarnate.Nouna ruler of ancient Egypt2015.01.09 11:23
1572ornamentShe went in this morning and noticed one of the ornaments was missing.Nounan object that you keep in your house because it is beautiful rather than useful2015.01.09 11:20
1573vegetationThere was little vegetation on the island. Nounplants in general, especially in one particular area2015.01.09 11:18
1574shadowyHer face was dark in this shadowy place.Adjectivefull of shadows, or difficult to see because of shadows2015.01.09 11:10
1575unearthThey unearthed a box buried under a tree.Verbto find something after searching for it, especially something that has been buried in the ground2015.01.09 11:02
1576entranceThere were people at the entrance giving out leaflets.Noun a door, gate etc that you go through to enter a place2015.01.09 11:00
1577funeraryTheir bodies had been rubbed with herbs and smoked during funerary rites.Adjective related to a funeral or a grave 2015.01.09 10:57
1578depictThe book depicts him as a rather unpleasant character. Verbto describe something, especially in writing or pictures, in a way that gives a clear idea of a real situatio2015.01.09 10:50
1579bankRoger pushed the boat away from the bank. Nounland along the side of a river or lake 2015.01.09 10:41
1580dynastyThe Habsburg dynasty ruled in Austria from 1278 to 1918.Nouna family of kings or other rulers whose parents, grandparents etc have ruled the country for many years2015.01.09 10:38
1581beneathHe was standing on the bridge gazing down at the river beneath. Advin or to a lower position2015.01.09 10:25
1582painstakingThe picture has been cleaned with painstaking care.Adjectivevery careful and thorough2015.01.09 09:59
1583variationThere are wide regional variations in house prices. Nouna difference or change from the usual amount or form of something2015.01.09 09:07
1584longevityWe can not know the average longevity until we contact other civilizations.Nounthe length of a person or animal's life2015.01.09 06:22
1585headlongHe plunged headlong into the river. Advfalling with your head first and the rest of your body following 2015.01.09 05:54
1586spectacularAmong the most spectacular sights are the great sea-bird colonies.Adjectivevery impressive and exciting2015.01.09 04:52
1587fretLily is used to fretting about things which are not likely to happen.Verb to worry about something, especially when there is no need2014.10.17 6:00
1588boringThis lesson is terribly boringAdjectiveUnstimulating, monotonous2010.01.26
1589wwwLook it up on the wwwNounThese letters stand for World Wide Web2010.01.03
1590car_hireI can rent a car from a car_hireNounIt is an office were we can rent a car2009.12.31
1591thrillIt was a thrill to hear him sing.NounA feeling of excitement and pleasure2015.01.07 14:59
1592insolvencyA bad debt provision has been made against a customer's debt where insolvency proceedings have recently commenced. Nounwithout ability to pay money to creditors.2015.01.06 20:38
1593inseminateThe veterinarian inseminated the cows.Verbto put semen into (the female reproductive area) so as to make pregnant; impregnate:2015.01.06 20:36
1594indemnityIt offered to surrender its right to exclusive trade, but asked an indemnity. Nounsecurity against damage or loss.2015.01.06 20:35
1595inceptionHe's been on the TV show since its inception. - Nounbeginning:2015.01.06 20:33
1596hypeThe kids were all hyped about going to Disneyland.Verbto stimulate; - excite:2015.01.06 20:32
1597convivialIt was a convivial party.Adjectivean atmosphere of lively and delighted.2014.10.24 22:33
1598galvanizeThe news of the riots galvanized the police.Verbto startle into sudden activity:2015.01.05 20:24
1599garish They provide much needed colour at a time when many perennials and certainly most shrubs have finished, but without appearing overwhelmingly garish.Adjectiveoverly or tastelessly colorful, showy, or elaborate:2015.01.05 20:23
1600fumbleHe fumbled in his pocket for the keys.Verbto feel or grope about clumsily:2015.01.05 20:21
1601fretDon't fret; things will get better.Verbto feel or express worry, annoyance, discontent, or the like: 2015.01.05 20:20
1602erraticHis behavior is too erratic to trust.Adjectivechangeable in behavior or style; - unpredictable:2015.01.05 20:17
1603crowd_sourcedThe website's funding had originally been crowd_sourced but later it was purchased by GoogleAdjectiveObtained through v small contributions from v many people2015.01.05 17:22
1604bladderHow long till we get there - my bladder is burstingNounAny container for liquid (archaic) especially in the body for urine (current)2015.01.05 17.13
1605sufficeA few brief observations will suffice for present purposes.Verbto be enough2015.01.05 10:32
1606succumbSuccumbing to pressure from the chemical industry, Governor Blakely amended the regulations.Verbto stop opposing someone or something that is stronger than you, and allow them to take control2015.01.05 10:30
1607successionA succession of visitors came to the door.Nouna number of people or things of the same kind following, coming or happening one after the other2015.01.05 10:28
1608suburbDon't you get bored living out here in the suburbs?Nounan area where people live which is away from the centre of a town or city2015.01.05 10:28
1609subtractIf you subtract 30 from 45, you get 15.Verbto take a number or an amount from a larger number or amount2015.01.05 10:27
1610subsidiaryAll other issues are subsidiary to this one.Adjectiveconnected with, but less important than something else 2015.01.05 10:25
1611stunRedfern stunned the crowd with a last-minute goal.Verbto surprise or upset someone so much that they do not react immediately2015.01.05 10:22
1612stumpThe doctors were stumped and had to call in a specialist.Verbif you are stumped by a question or problem, you are unable to find an answer to it2015.01.05 10:11
1613strollWe could stroll into town if you like.Verbto walk in a slow, relaxed manner, especially for pleasure2015.01.05 10:09
1614streamlineAll these new cars have been streamlined.Nounto form something into a smooth shape, so that it moves easily through the air or water2015.01.05 10:08
1615streakTheir longest losing streak has been three games.Nouna short period of good or bad luck2015.01.05 10:07
1616streakTheir longest losing streak has been three games.Nouna short period of good or bad luck2015.01.05 10:07
1617straightawayWe don't have to go straightaway, do we?Advimmediately2015.01.05 10:04
1618stowI stowed my bag under the seat.Verbto put or pack something tidily away in a space until you need it again2015.01.05 10:02
1619staveShe brought some fruit on the journey to stave off hunger.Verbto keep someone or something from reaching you or affecting you for a period of time2015.01.05 10:00
1620stoolHe is sitting on a bar stool.Nouna seat that has three or four legs, but no back or arms2015.01.05 09:54
1621stimulateHer interest in art was stimulated by her father.Verbto encourage someone by making them excited about and interested in something2015.01.05 09:51
1622sterlingEveryone has made a sterling effort.Adjectiveof a very high standard2015.01.05 09:47
1623stereotypeThe characters in the book are just stereotypes.Nouna fixed idea that people have about what someone or something is like, especially an idea that is wrong2015.01.05 09:32
1624squireSkinner uses the plane to squire around bureaucrats.Verbto take someone places2015.01.05 09:29
1625squatHe squatted down beside the little girl.Verbto sit with your knees bent under you and your bottom just off the ground, balancing on your feet2015.01.05 09:23
1626spurThe band were spurred on by the success of their last two singles.Verbto encourage someone or make them want to do something2015.01.05 09:22
1627sprinkleSprinkle the top with cheese.Verbto scatter small drops of liquid or small pieces of something2015.01.05 09:20
1628spoutBlood was spouting from the wound in her arm.Verbif liquid or fire spouts from somewhere, it comes out very quickly in a powerful stream2015.01.05 09:18
1629fondle‘He chuckled and fondled his sword handle lovingly.’VerbStroke or caress lovingly or erotically:2015.01.04 22:54
1630fiddly‘This week it's time for the details, pitfalls and fiddly bits.’Adjectiveinformal - - Complicated or detailed and awkward to do or use:2015.01.04 20:16
1631extradite‘Brazil refused to extradite him to Britain’VerbHand over (a person accused or convicted of a crime) to the jurisdiction of the foreign state in which the crime was committed:2015.01.04 20:14
1632exasperate‘this futile process exasperates prison officers’VerbIrritate intensely; infuriate:2015.01.04 20:13
1633encapsulatethe company would encapsulate the asbestos waste in concrete pellets’VerbEnclose (something) in or as if in a capsule:2015.01.04 20:11
1634flounderThe graduate floundered for the first year after receiving her PhD degree, going from job to jobVerbTo wander about lost2015.01.03 11:32
1635symphonyBeethoven wrote nine symphony.Nounan elaborate musical composition for full orchestra, typically in four movements, at least one of wh2015.01.03 08:25
1636incineratesuch garbage must be incinerated at the hospitalVerbdestroy (something, especially waste material) by burning2015.01.03 08:23
1637futilea futile attempt to keep fans from mounting the stage.Adjectiveincapable of producing any useful result2015.01.03 08:22
1638distortdon't distort what i said.Verbtwist the original meaning of(fact). 2015.01.03 08:21
1639despicablea despicable crimeAdjectivedeserving hatred and contempt2015.01.03 08:20
1640crackdownthe government is going to enforce crackdown on smugglers.Verban action to stop illegal behavior.2015.01.03 08:17
1641refrainshe almost cried, but refrained.Verbstop oneself from doing something2015.01.03 08:15
1642concurrentthere are three concurrent art fairs around the cityAdjectiveexisting, happening, or done at the same time2015.01.03 08:14
1643woethey had a complicated tale of woeNoungreat sorrow or distress.2015.01.03 08:13
1644incomingthe incoming president will introduce economic transform. Adjectivesucceeding2015.01.03 08:11
1645premierpremier help president a lot.Nounprime minister.2015.01.03 08:10
1646incumbentincumbent major is trying to be elected again.Adjectiveholding a position currently.2015.01.03 08:08
1647jackpotwon the jackpot.Nouna large cash prize in a game or lottery2015.01.03 08:07
1648spraythis hair lotion can be sprayed onto wet or dry hairVerbto form a shower of tiny drops.2015.01.03 08:06
1649standoffthe standoff between management and the union of lasted for three weeks.Nouna stalemate or deadlock between two equally matched opponents in a dispute or conflict2015.01.03 08:02
1650tiresomeit is tiresome that do same job day after day.Adjectivetedious, tiring, annoying.2015.01.03 08:00
1651capsizea huge wave capsized that yacht.Verbturn over(boat)2015.01.03 07:58
1652unilateralit is your unilateral decision. we can't accept that!Adjective only one person, involved in a particular situation, without the agreement of the others.2015.01.03 07:57
1653rallya peace rally was started in New York yesterday.Nouna large public meeting2015.01.03 07:55
1654avertshe averted her eyes during the more violent scenesVerbturn away (one's eyes or thoughts).2015.01.03 07:51
1655munchthat rabbit is munching a carrot.Verbchew noisily.2015.01.03 07:48
1656bumhe bummed around Florida for a few monthsVerbtravel, with no particular purpose or destination2015.01.03 07:47
1657devastationthe floods caused widespread devastationNoungreat destruction or damage2015.01.03 07:46
1658decimatedisease decimate the population of that country. Verbkill, destroy, or remove a large percentage or part of2015.01.03 07:44
1659cannibalcannibal tribesNouna person who eats the flesh of other human beings2015.01.02 22:27
1660cultthe cult has gained thousands of adherents.Nouna religious group.2015.01.02 22:26
1661zealousthey are zealous for reform.Adjectivefull of zeal2015.01.02 22:25
1662barterit will be paid for by a mixture of barter and cashNounexchanging goods or services without using money2015.01.02 22:24
1663afflictionwe should help people in afflictionNounsomething that causes pain or suffering2015.01.02 22:23
1664solublesugar is soluble.Adjectiveable to be dissolved2015.01.02 22:20
1665blisterthe surface of the door began to blisterVerbform swellings filled with air or fluid on the surface of something2015.01.02 22:19
1666potenttoxin in his blood is still potent.Adjectivehaving great power, influence, or effect.2015.01.02 22:18
1667candorwe like his childlike candor.Noun being open and honest in expression; frankness.2015.01.02 22:17
1668stanceshe took a strong stance on that issue.Nounattitude, posture, manner of standing2015.01.02 22:14
1669gloatshe gloat over her jewelsVerbshow great satisfaction at...2015.01.02 22:11
1670complacentyou can't afford to be complacent about securityAdjectiveshowing smug or satisfaction with oneself or one's achievements2015.01.02 22:07
1671homicidehe was charged with homicideNoun murder2015.01.02 22:06
1672homicidehe was charged with homicideNoun murder2015.01.02 22:06
1673gravityi think you don't understand the gravity of situation.Nounextreme or alarming importance2015.01.02 22:05
1674gravityi think you don't understand the gravity of situation.Nounextreme or alarming importance2015.01.02 22:05
1675squintthe bright sun made them squintVerblook at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed 2015.01.02 22:02
1676chilleda glass of chilled white wineAdjective cooled in a refrigerator2015.01.02 22:01
1677chilleda glass of chilled white wineAdjective cooled in a refrigerator2015.01.02 22:01
1678macabrea macabre series of murdersAdjective horrifying because of involvement with or depiction of death and injury2015.01.02 22:01
1679impalehis head was impaled on a pike and exhibited for all to seeVerbpierce or transfix with a sharp instrument.2015.01.02 21:59
1680confoundthe inflation figure confounded economic analystsVerbcause surprise or confusion in someone.2015.01.02 21:57
1681presumablythis report presumably correct.Advused to convey that what is asserted is very likely though not known for certain.2015.01.02 21:56
1682loquaciousalcohol make me loquacious. Adjectivetending to talk a great deal2015.01.02 21:52
1683fathomhe could scarcely fathom the idea that people actually lived in Las VegasVerbunderstand2015.01.02 21:50
1684rivetingShe didn't go to bed until she finished the riveting novel.Adjectiveextremely interesting2015.01.02 21:38
1685roveHe roved the world in search of his fortune.Verbmove, travel or look around especially a large area2015.01.02 21:35
1686roamThe dogs are allowed to roam around.Verbwalk or travel, usually for a long time, with no clear purpose or direction2015.01.02 21:32
1687ruthlessSome people believe that to succeed in this world you have to be ruthless.Adjectiveshowing no pity2015.01.02 21:28
1688ruptureThis news has ruptured (= violently ended) the delicate peace between the rival groups.Verbdamage good relations between people or a peaceful situation2015.01.02 21:25
1689rumpusThere's a real rumpus going on upstairs.Nouna lot of noise, especially a loud and confused argument or complaint2015.01.02 21:22
1690rumpleYou'll rumple your jacket if you don't hang it up properly.Verbmake something become creased (= not smooth) or untidy2015.01.02 21:21
1691rummageShe rummaged in/through all the drawers, looking for a pen.Verbsearch for something by moving things around in a careless or hurried way2015.01.02 21:19
1692triennialThe town's triennial celebration attracted many tourists.Adjectivehappening every three years2015.01.02 21:18
1693trebleHe earns almost treble the amount that I do.Adjectivethree times greater in amount, number or size2015.01.02 21:12
1694tractableThe problem turned out to be rather less tractable than I had expected.Adjectiveeasy to control or deal with2015.01.02 21:05
1695nuzzlethe dog nuzzle his shoulder.Verbrub or press with nose.2015.01.02 20:57
1696touch-and-goIt was touch-and-go whether the doctor would get there on time.Adjectiveuncertain2015.01.02 20:56
1697totterShe tottered unsteadily down the stairs in her high-heeled shoes.Verbwalk in a shaky way that looks as if you are about to fall2015.01.02 20:54
1698occulta secret society to study alchemy and the occultNoun relating to supernatural, mystical, or magical powers or phenomena.2015.01.02 20:52
1699occulta secret society to study alchemy and the occultNoun relating to supernatural, mystical, or magical powers or phenomena.2015.01.02 20:52
1700tortuousThe book begins with a long, tortuous introduction.Adjectivewith many turns and changes of direction; not direct or simple2015.01.02 20:52
1701sordidTell me Howie doesn't know all this sordid business shit is going onAdjective dirty, squalid or morally distasteful.2015.01.02 20:49
1702superiorI can't bear Amanda - she's so superior.Adjectivethinking that you are better than other people - used to show disapproval2015.01.02 20:42
1703superimposeA photo of a cup of cappuccino had been superimposed on a picture of Venice.Verbput one picture, image, or photograph on top of another so that both can be partly seen2015.01.02 20:40
1704sustainSome nearby buildings sustained minor damage.Verbsuffer damage, an injury, or loss of money2015.01.02 20:38
1705malevolentHe gave her a dark, malevolent look.Adjectivecausing or wanting to cause harm or evil2015.01.02 20:33
1706make-believeHe lives in a world of make-believe/make-believe world.Nounwhen you imagine or pretend that something is real or true2015.01.02 20:31
1707magnanimousHe was a just and magnanimous.Adjectivevery kind and generous towards an enemy or someone you have defeated2015.01.02 20:27
1708maelstromThe country is gradually being sucked into the maelstrom of civil war.Nouna situation in which there is great confusion, violence and destruction2015.01.02 20:24
1709maddeningShe can't bear the maddening noise.Adjectiveannoying2015.01.02 20:23
1710madcapHe has made a madcap plan.Adjectivevery foolish2015.01.02 20:21
1711macabreEven the police were horrified at the macabre nature of the killings.Adjectivedescribes something that is unpleasant because it is connected with death or violence2015.01.02 20:19
1712blizzardThe cars ran off the road in a blizzard with the drivers left to sit there for over an hourNounSnow storm with wind2015.01.02 16:35
1713satiricalThey enjoyed the professor's satirical commentaryAdjectiveWitty and sarcastic (from 'satire')2015.01.02 16:23
1714queryMight one query his sincerity?VerbAsk about2015.01.02 16:02
1715recklessThe reckless driver is to be avoided on New Year's Eve when the roads are full of drunksNounCareless and dangerous2015.01.02 15:59
1716dogmatismThe problem with the leader was his dogmatismNounExcessive adherence to rules (dogma); narrow mindedness2015.01.02 15:55
1717boastOne of her proudest boasts is that her daughter is a doctor.Nounsomething that you like telling people because you are proud of it2015.01.02 11:00
1718abundanceWild flowers grow in abundance on the hillsides.Nouna large quantity of something2015.01.02 10:58
1719breedSpaniels are my favourite breed of dog.Nouna type of animal or plant, especially one that people have kept to breed, such as cats, dogs, and farm animals2015.01.02 10:55
1720aboriginalThe lndians are the aboriginal Americans.Nounconnected with the people or animals that have existed in a place or country from the earliest times2015.01.02 10:43
1721gulfHurricane Andrew was last night heading into the gulf of Mexico.Nouna large area of sea partly enclosed by land2015.01.02 10:34
1722miserableThere's nothing like a bad cold to make you feel miserable.Adjectiveextremely unhappy, for example because you feel lonely, cold, or badly treated2015.01.02 10:27
1723hastyHe soon regretted his hasty decision. Adjectivedone in a hurry, especially with bad results2015.01.02 10:25
1724intimacyAn intimacy grew up between us. Nouna state of having a close personal relationship with someone2015.01.02 10:23
1725manuscriptSome ancient manuscripts were discovered in the temple. Nouna book or document written by hand before printing was invented2015.01.02 10:13
1726encounterWe have encountered one small problem.VerbUnexpectedly experience or be faced with (something difficult or hostile).2015.01.02 9:06
1727regulateA hormone that regulates metabolism and organ function.VerbControl or maintain the rate or speed of (a machine or process) so that it operates properly.2015.01.02 8:58
1728decadeHe taught at the university for nearly a decade.NounA period of ten years.2015.01.02 8:52
1729mascotThe squadron's mascot was a young lion cub.NounA person that is supposed to bring good luck.2015.01.02 8:51
1730heatIt is sensitive to both heat and cold.NounThe quality of being hot; high temperature. - 2015.01.02 8:49
1731conserveThe funds raised will help conserve endangered meadow lands.Verbprotect from harm or destruction.2015.01.02 8:49
1732promptThe owner would have died but for the prompt action of two paramedics.AdjectiveDone without delay; immediate.2015.01.02 8:47
1733inculcateThe failures of the churches to inculcate a sense of moral responsibility.VerbInstill (an attitude, idea, or habit) by persistent instruction.2015.01.02 8:43
1734aimAim the camcorder at some suitable object.VerbPoint or direct (a weapon or camera) at a target.2015.01.02 8:42
1735facilityCooking facility.NounSpace or equipment necessary for doing something.2015.01.02 8:41
1736influenceSocial forces influence criminal behavior.VerbHave an influence on.2015.01.02 8:40
1737dramaticThe dramatic arts.AdjectiveOf or relating to drama or the performance or study of drama.2015.01.02 8:38
1738brickMr. Hall is such a brick , that when we get back he is going to take us all in.NounA generous, helpful, and reliable person.2015.01.02 8:36
1739intenseThe job demands intense concentration.AdjectiveOf extreme force, degree, or strength.2015.01.02 8:28
1740bereaveThe year after they had been bereaved.VerbBe deprived of a loved one through a profound absence, especially due to the loved one's death.2015.01.02 8:27
1741mementoYou can purchase a memento of your visit.NounAn object kept as a reminder or souvenir of a person or event.2015.01.02 8:25
1742envyHe stared with envy at Robert's new car.Nounthe feeling of wanting something that someone else has2015.01.02 7:45
1743emanateThe brook emanates from an underground spring.Verbto (cause to) flow out, issue forth, or come from: 2015.01.02 6:02
1744ejaculateThey 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.Verbto eject or discharge, esp. semen, from the body: 2015.01.02 6:00
1745dissectIn biology class we had to dissect a frog.Verbto cut apart (an animal body, a plant, etc.) to examine the structure and relation of parts:2015.01.02 5:59
1746dioceseHe was transferred from the Worcester diocese.Nouna district under the rule or authority of a bishop:2015.01.02 5:57
1747crackleThe campfire crackled in the night.Verbto make slight, sudden, sharp noises:2015.01.02 5:55
1748spearThey catch the fish by spearing them.Verbto push or throw a spear into an animal2015.01.02 3:18
1749spearThey catch the fish by spearing them.Verbto push or throw a spear into an animal2015.01.02 3:18
1750spanOver a span of just three years, the new government has transformed the country's economic prospects.Nounthe period of time that sometimes exists or happens2015.01.02 3:16
1751sourThese plums are a bit sour.Adjectivehaving a sharp, sometimes unpleasant, taste or smell, like a lemon, and not sweet2015.01.02 3:13
1752solidarityI come before you today to express my solidarity with the people of New York.Nounloyalty and general agreement between all the people in a group, or between different groups because they all have a shared aim2015.01.02 3:10
1753soberHe's a nice guy when he's sober.Adjectivenot drunk2015.01.02 3:08
1754snookerIf the council refuses our planning application, we're snookered.Verbto make it impossible for someone to do what they want to do2015.01.02 3:07
1755snipI snipped the string and untied the parcel.Verbto cut something by making quick cuts with scissors2015.01.02 3:06
1756snatchThe thief snatched her purse and ran.Verbto take something away from someone with a quick, often violent, movement2015.01.02 3:05
1757slumJeremy doesn't slum it when he goes away.Verbto spend time in conditions that are much worse than you are used to - often used humorously2015.01.02 3:04
1758slateDoherty's most recent novel has been slated by the critics.Verbto criticize a book, film etc severely, especially in a newspaper 2015.01.02 3:02
1759slantThe sun's rays slanted through the trees.Verbto slope or make something slope in a particular direction2015.01.02 3:01
1760slabThey used a slab of concrete as a lid.Nouna thick flat piece of a hard material such as stone2015.01.02 3:00
1761sirenI heard police sirens in the distance.Nouna piece of equipment that makes very loud warning sounds, used on police cars, fire engines etc2015.01.02 2:58
1762simulateInterviews can be simulated in the classroom.Verbto make or produce something that is not real but has the appearance or feeling of being real2015.01.02 2:57
1763signpostThe village isn't very well signposted.Verbto be clearly or unclearly shown by signposts2015.01.02 2:55
1764sidewaysHe would be moved sideways, rather than demoted.Advif you are moved sideways at work, you are given a job that is different but is at the same level as your old job2015.01.02 2:54
1765sidewaysHe would be moved sideways, rather than demoted.Advif you are moved sideways at work, you are given a job that is different but is at the same level as your old job2015.01.02 2:54
1766shuttleThe passengers were shuttled to the hotel by bus.Verbto move people from one place to another place that is fairly near2015.01.02 2:53
1767shushI wish you children would shush and let me read the paper in peace.Verbto (cause to) stop talking or making a noise2015.01.02 2:52
1768shredColeslaw is made with shredded cabbage.Verbto cut or tear something into small thin pieces2015.01.02 2:51
1769shiverShe felt a shiver of apprehension.Nouna slight shaking movement of your body caused by cold or fear2015.01.02 2:49
1770shearThe left wing had been almost completely sheared off.Verbif part of something shears off, or is sheared off, it suddenly becomes separated, especially after being pulled or hit with a lot of force2015.01.02 2:48
1771sewerA complicated system of sewers runs under the city.Nouna pipe or passage under the ground that carries away waste material and used water from houses, factories etc2015.01.02 2:47
1772sewageSome cities in the world do not have proper facilities for the disposal of sewage.Nounwaste matter such as water or human urine or solid waste2015.01.02 2:39
1773sensationOne sign of a heart attack is a tingling sensation in the left arm.Nouna feeling that you get from one of your five senses, especially the sense of touch2015.01.02 2:38
1774senileShe worries about | going senile.Adjectivementally confused or behaving strangely, because of old age2015.01.02 2:37
1775segregateBlacks were segregated from whites in every area of life.Adjectiveto keep one group of people apart from another and treat them differently, especially because of race or sex2015.01.02 2:36
1776seamShe was repairing Billy's trousers, where the seam had come undone.Nouna line where two pieces of cloth, leather etc have been stitched together2015.01.02 2:35
1777sculptJohnny sculpted an old man's head out of wood.Verbto create solid objects that represent a thing, person, idea, etc. out of a material such as wood, clay, metal, or stone2015.01.02 2:34
1778scruffI grabbed him by the scruff of his neck and threw him out of the hall.Nounby the skin at the back of the neck2015.01.02 2:33
1779schoolboyI must say I find his schoolboy humour rather tiresome.Adjective like a child's2015.01.02 2:31
1780scarletEileen blushed scarlet at the joke.Adjectiveif you go scarlet, your face becomes red, usually because you are embarrassed or angry2015.01.02 2:30
1781scarfShe scarfed down a bagel on her way to work.Verbto eat something very quickly2015.01.02 2:29
1782scarceFood was often scarce in the winter.Adjectiveif something is scarce, there is not very much of it available2015.01.02 2:28
1783savageThe government has announced savage cuts in spending.Adjectivevery severe2015.01.02 2:27
1784saucepanHeat the oil and garlic in a large saucepan.Nouna deep round metal container with a handle that is used for cooking2015.01.02 2:26
1785saturateWater poured through the hole and saturated the carpet.Verbto make something very wet2015.01.02 2:25
1786sarcasticHe can't help making sarcastic comments.Adjectivesaying things that are the opposite of what you mean, in order to make an unkind joke or to show that you are annoyed2015.01.02 2:24
1787sanctionThe church refused to sanction the king's second marriage.Verbto officially accept or allow something2015.01.02 2:23
1788sagaThe whole saga began back in May.Nouna long and complicated series of events, or a description of this2015.01.02 2:22
1789saddleI've been saddled with organizing the whole party!Verbto make someone have a job or problem that is difficult or boring and that they do not want2015.01.02 2:21
1790ruddyHer face was ruddy and healthy-looking.Adjectivered2015.01.02 2:18
1791ruddyHer face was ruddy and healthy-looking.Adjectivered2015.01.02 2:18
1792roadworksThere were roadworks on the motorway.Nounrepairs that are being done to a road2015.01.02 2:17
1793roadwayAn overturned bus was blocking the roadway.Nounthe part of the road on which vehicles drive2015.01.02 2:16
1794rivetMany parts of an aircraft are riveted together.Nounto fasten parts together with a rivet2015.01.02 2:15
1795ritualThe police issued the usual ritual apology.Adjectivedone in a fixed and expected way, but without real meaning or sincerity2015.01.02 2:14
1796riotUniversity students rioted in protest at tuition fees.Nounif a crowd of people riot, they behave in a violent and uncontrolled way, for example by fighting the police and damaging cars or buildings2015.01.02 2:13
1797rinseRinse the vegetables under a cold tap.Verbto wash clothes, dishes, vegetables etc quickly with water, especially running water, and without soap2015.01.02 2:11
1798rifleSally rifled through her wardrobe looking for a dress.Verbto search a place or container quickly because you are looking for something, especially something to steal2015.01.02 2:10
1799rewindWill you rewind the tape so we can hear it again?Verbto put a tape recording back to the beginning2015.01.02 1:58
1800retrospectIn retrospect, I wonder if we should have done more.Nounthinking back to a time in the past, especially with the advantage of knowing more now than you did 2015.01.02 1:57
1801retrieveShe bent down to retrieve her earring.Verbto find something and bring it back 2015.01.02 1:56
1802retreatThey were attacked and forced to retreat.Verbto move away from the enemy after being defeated in battle2015.01.02 1:55
1803residueThe flies leave | a sticky residue | on crops.Nouna substance that remains on a surface, in a container etc and cannot be removed easily, or that remains after a chemical process - residue from2015.01.02 1:53
1804renovateThe hotel has been renovated and redecorated.Verbto repair a building or old furniture so that it is in good condition again2015.01.02 1:50
1805renderHe was rendered almost speechless by the news.Verbto cause someone or something to be in a particular condition2015.01.02 1:49
1806remnantThe remnants of a meal stood on the table.Nouna small part of something that remains after the rest of it has been used, destroyed, or eaten2015.01.02 1:48
1807reminisceMy grandfather used to reminisce about his years in the navy.Verbto talk or write about past experiences that you remember with pleasure2015.01.02 1:47
1808relayI was told the news first and then I relayed it to the others.Verbto repeat something you have heard, or to broadcast a signal, message, or programme on television or radio2015.01.02 1:45
1809reinforceThe film reinforces the idea that women should be pretty and dumb.Verbto give support to an opinion, idea, or feeling, and make it stronger2015.01.02 1:44
1810regimeThe regime got rid of most of its opponents.Nouna government, especially one that was not elected fairly or that you disapprove of for some other reason2015.01.02 1:42
1811reedReeds grew in clumps all along the river bank.Nouna type of tall plant like grass that grows in wet places2015.01.02 1:41
1812reedReeds grew in clumps all along the river bank.Nouna type of tall plant like grass that grows in wet places2015.01.02 1:41
1813redeemOlivier's performance redeemed an otherwise second-rate play.Verbto make something less bad2015.01.02 1:40
1814rectifyI did my best to rectify the situation, but the damage was already done.Verbto correct something that is wrong2015.01.02 1:39
1815reconcileThe possibility remains that the two theories may be reconciled.Verbif you reconcile two ideas, situations, or facts, you find a way in which they can both be true or acceptable:2015.01.02 1:36
1816recessPsychoanalysts aim to explore the innermost recesses of the mind.Nouna secret or hidden place2015.01.02 1:35
1817rebateYou may be entitled to a tax rebate.Nounan amount of money that is paid back to you when you have paid too much tax, rent etc2015.01.02 1:33
1818razorPolitically we are on a razor edge.Nounto be in a difficult position where a mistake could be dangerous2015.01.02 1:32
1819rationFuel was rationed during the war.Verbto control the supply of something because there is not enough2015.01.02 1:29
1820ransomThey were all ransomed and returned unharmed.Nounto pay an amount of money so that someone who is being held as a prisoner is set free2015.01.02 1:22
1821rangerHe is a park ranger.Nounsomeone whose job is to look after a forest or area of countryside2015.01.02 1:21
1822ramIn the latest raid, thieves used his van to ram a police car.Verbto run or drive into something very hard2015.01.02 1:19
1823rallyFellow Republicans rally to the President's defense.Verbto come together, or to bring people together, to support an idea, a political party etc2015.01.02 1:18
1824rakeShe raked the soil over to loosen the weeds.Verbto move a rake across a surface in order to make the soil level, gather dead leaves etc2015.01.02 1:17
1825radiateHe radiated calm confidence.Verbif someone radiates a feeling, or if it radiates from them, it is very easy to see that this is how they feel2015.01.02 1:14
1826quotaThe government has imposed quotas on the export of timber.Nounan official limit on the number or amount of something that is allowed in a particular period2015.01.02 1:13
1827queerIf she asks Dan for a pay rise before I do, it will probably queer my pitch.Verbto spoil a chance or an opportunity for someone, often on purpose2015.01.02 1:12
1828quarryThe dogs pursued their quarry into an empty warehouse.Nouna person or animal being hunted or looked for2015.01.02 1:11
1829puffSteam puffed out of the chimney.Verbif smoke, steam etc puffs from somewhere, or if something puffs it, it comes out in little clouds2015.01.02 1:07
1830punctuateThe president spoke at length in a speech punctuated by applause.Verbto happen or cause something to happen repeatedly while something else is happening; to interrupt something repeatedly2015.01.02 1:06
1831provokeThe proposal provoked widespread criticism.Verbto cause a reaction or feeling,especially a sudden one 2015.01.02 1:01
1832propagandaThey have mounted a propaganda campaign against Western governments.Nouninformation which is false or which emphasizes just one part of a situation, used by a government or political group to make people agree with them2015.01.02 0:59
1833prolongI was trying to think of some way to prolong the conversation.Verbto deliberately make something such as a feeling or activity last longer2015.01.02 0:58
1834professShe professes ignorance of the whole affair, though I'm not sure I believe her.Verbto state something, sometimes in a way that is not sincere2015.01.02 0:56
1835probeDetectives questioned him for hours, and probed for any inconsistencies in his story.Verbto try to discover information that other people do not want you to know, by asking questions carefully and not directly2015.01.02 0:42
1836primitiveThe first station buildings were quite primitive.Adjectivebelonging to a simple way of life that existed in the past and does not have modern industries and machines2015.01.02 0:41
1837prickPrick the sausages before you grill them.Verbto make a small hole in something using something sharp2015.01.02 0:40
1838prescribeWhat punishment does the law prescribe for this crime?Verbto state officially what should be done in a particular situation2015.01.02 0:37
1839preliminaryThe discussions were preliminary to preparing a policy paper.Adjectivehappening before something that is more important, often in order to prepare for it2015.01.02 0:35
1840predominantResearch forms the predominant part of my job.Adjectivemore noticeable or important, or larger in number, than others2015.01.02 0:34
1841precludeAge alone will not preclude him from standing as a candidate.Verbto prevent something or make something impossible2015.01.02 0:33
1842pramA young woman is pushing | a pram.Nouna small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby can lie down while it is being pushed2015.01.02 0:32
1843versatileShe is a versatile athlete who participates in many different sports.Adjectiveable to do many different things2015.01.02 0:07
1844demolitionthe army expert in demolition.Nounthe act of knocking down or demolishing: 2015.01.01 7:03
1845decentralizeThe board decentralized the administration of the local schools.Verbto distribute the administrative powers of (a central authority) throughout local or regional divisions:2015.01.01 7:01
1846decryHe decryed the regime's ruthlessness.Verbto condemn openly; - denounce:2015.01.01 6:59
1847decimateCholera decimated the population.Verbto destroy a great number or part of:2015.01.01 6:58
1848convolutedThe convoluted sheets can be combined to attain certain cushioning effects mechanically rather than chemically.Adjectivevery involved; difficult to understand:2015.01.01 6:56
1849abysmalThat movie was an abysmal failure.Adjectiveterrible, awful2015.01.01 2:56
1850usurpationThe usurpation of power by the dictator was done with the help of the army.Nounthe seizure of control of the rights,property, or role of another2015.01.01 2:55
1851coalesceOur plans for a long trip finally coalesced when we mapped out exactly where to go.Verbto come together and form a whole2015.01.01 2:53
1852venerableHe is a venerable old man.Adjectiverespected,admired because of old age,dignity2015.01.01 2:52
1853resplendentThat millionaire was resplendent in her gold and jewels.Adjectiveshining, brilliant2015.01.01 2:50
1854proliferateRabbits proliferate when they have plenty of food.Verbto increase in number rapidly,multiply2015.01.01 2:49
1855diaphanousThe movie star wore a diaphanous gown.Adjectivelight and see-through fabric2015.01.01 2:47
1856lacquerThat beautiful tray was painted with black lacquer.Nouna liquid that hardens into a shine2015.01.01 2:46
1857divanWe sit on the divan and watch television at night.Nounsofa2015.01.01 2:45
1858disconcertI was disconcerted by the sight of a strange man at my door.Verbto cause to feel doubt and nervousness,disturb2015.01.01 2:44
1859consulThe Brazilian consul in San Francisco likes his assignment.Nounan official who represents his country's citizens and trade in a foreign city2015.01.01 2:43
1860kioskI bought a newspaper at the kiosk.Nouna stand or stall where newspapers or food and drink are sold2015.01.01 2:41
1861octagonOld coins were shaped as octagons and called 'piece of eight'.Nouna flat,eight-sided figure2015.01.01 2:40
1862heterogeneousPeople of all races made a heterogeneous group at the conference.Adjectivemixed,made up of different parts(objects,ideas,etc)2015.01.01 2:39
1863labyrinthJust for amusement,a rich man had a labyrinth made of bushes in his garden.Nouna complicated set of paths or passages where somebody is easily lost2015.01.01 2:37
1864elementalThe wheel is an elemental part of any vehicle.Adjectivebasic, fundamental2015.01.01 2:35
1865abjectIn a slum, people live in abject poverty.Adjectivein the worst condition,miserable2015.01.01 2:34
1866incriminateThe woman incriminated her neighbors who were growing marijuana.Verbto show that somebody was involved in a crime2015.01.01 2:33
1867nilOur interest in that project is nil because there is little chance of making a profit.Nounnothing, zero2015.01.01 2:32
1868ostentationFur coats,diamonds,and a Rolls Royce are all part of the ostentation of Hollywood.Nounan unnecessary or showy display of wealth,learning,skill,etc,meant to impress somebody2015.01.01 2:31
1869aridThe Sahara Desert is arid.Adjectivevery dry2015.01.01 2:29
1870nooseBy criticizing his boss so openly,he is putting a noose around his own neck.Nounto put oneself in danger often unnecessarily2015.01.01 2:28
1871premonitionHe has a premonition that something bad will happen on their camping trip.Nouna fear about the future2015.01.01 2:26
1872cotI took a cot out of the closet for my friend to sleep on.Nouna simple bed that usually can be folded up and moved easily2015.01.01 2:24
1873implacableThe parents are implacable enemies;but the children are friends.Adjectivenot able to be satisfied or changed2015.01.01 2:22
1874convalesceHe needed a few weeks to convalesce at home. - Verbto recover health and strength after illness:2014.12.30 20:41
1875contraveneHe claimed that importing plutonium contravened Japan's non-nuclear constitution. Nounto come or be in conflict with; - oppose:2014.12.30 20:40
1876continuumThis 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.Nouna continuous extent, series, or number of things together as a whole, but with no noticeable division into parts:2014.12.30 20:39
1877connote There the name vaguely connotes new-rich wealth, a reputation for eccentricity, and an ardor for collecting art.Nounto carry or suggest a connotation: 2014.12.30 20:37
1878conglomerateConglomerate Tompkins has an agreed bid on the table worth ?952m and it should be unconditional before Christmas.Verba thing composed of unrelated elements mixed together. - - corporation made up of divisions that specialize in unrelated industries.2014.12.30 20:36
1879confiscateI thought the soldiers would confiscate our camera, but they let us keep it.Verbto seize (something) by legal authority:2014.12.29 20:22
1880confederateIf those independent states manage to confederate, their combined power could be a threat to us.Verbto unite in a league, alliance, or conspiracy: 2014.12.29 20:21
1881concoctShe concocts a meal from leftovers.Verbto prepare by combining ingredients:2014.12.29 20:20
1882clenchHe clenched his fists in frustration.Verbto close (the hands, etc.) tightly:2014.12.29 20:19
1883commotionSuddenly 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. Nounviolent, noisy action; - disturbance; - fuss; - agitation: 2014.12.29 20:18
1884dodgeI dodged back into the alley and waited a minute.VerbIf you dodge, you move suddenly, often to avoid being hit, caught, or seen.2014.12.29 10:36
1885divergeOur opinions diverge from each other. Verb If one opinion or idea diverges from another, they contradict each other or are different. 2014.12.29 10:34
1886discriminatingHe is incapable of discriminating between a good idea and a terrible one.VerbIf you can discriminate between two things, you can recognize that they are different.2014.12.29 10:32
1887dinThey 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. 2014.12.29 10:30
1888despicableWhat he have done was despicable.Adjectivemorally reprehensible2014.12.29 10:27
1889deterNothing shall deter us from doing what we think right.Verbtry to prevent.2014.12.29 10:25
1890defusea diplomatic move that defused the international crisis.VerbIf you defuse a dangerous or tense situation, you calm it.2014.12.29 10:23
1891dilateThe lungs dilate in breathing. Verbbecome wider2014.12.29 10:22
1892disposeHe doesn't know how to dispose of his spare time.Verbdeal with2014.12.29 10:18
1893direHe was in dire need of hosiptal treatment.Adjectivefraught with extreme danger; nearly hopeless2014.12.29 10:17
1894dodderHe doddered down the street.Verbwalk unsteadily2014.12.29 10:15
1895debacleThe conversation was a debacle.Nouna sudden and violent collapse2014.12.29 10:12
1896demandingRicky was a very demanding child.Adjectiverequiring more than usually expected or thought due; especially great patience and effort and skill2014.12.29 10:11
1897didacticI don't like her didactic way of explaining everything.Adjectiveinstructive (especially excessively)2014.12.29 10:10
1898drudgeryLife can be drudgery, or it can be play.Adjectivehard work2014.12.29 10:07
1899dupeHe was accused of being a dupe of the Americans.Nouna person who is tricked2014.12.29 10:04
1900debilitateHer sister took over yesterday when she was debilitated by a stomach virus.Verbmake weak2014.12.29 10:03
1901blusterhe was awakened by the bluster of their preparationsNounnoisy confusion and turbulence2014.12.29 10:00
1902dissonanceDissonance among the three partners doomed the project.Nouna conflict of people's opinions or actions or characters2014.12.29 9:59
1903covetousshe show a covetous look.Adjective has a strong desire to possess something, especially something that belongs to another person.2014.12.29 9:53
1904decrepitHe nodded at her and sat, looking around with distaste at the decrepit bar.Adjectivebad and old2014.12.29 9:52
1905contiguousThose two countries are contiguous.AdjectiveThings that are contiguous are next to each other or touch each other2014.12.29 9:50
1906coaxWe coax him to improve his bad temper.VerbIf you coax someone into doing something, you gently try to persuade them to do it.2014.12.29 9:50
1907detractHis bad manners detract from his good characterVerbtake away a part from; diminish2014.12.29 9:47
1908discordOur discord was originated by a quarrel.Nounlack of agreement or harmony2014.12.29 9:45
1909albeitShe said yes to his proposal, albeit with some hesitation.Advused to add information that reduces the force or importance of what you have just said2014.12.29 9:39

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