English 10/5

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appliance

n. 1. thing like a tool, small machine etc.. used in doing something; act of appying

application

n. 1. putting on; applying 2.) act of using; use 3.) a request 4.)continued effort in work; close attention

apprehend

v. 1.) to seize; to arrest 2.) to grasp with the mind; to understand

appropriate

adj. suitable proper verb 1.) to take for oneself 2.) to set apart for some special use

approval

n. 1.) praise; favorable opinion 2. consent; permission

approximate

adj. based on ones own wishes, notions v. 1.) to come near to; to approach

apt

adj. 1.) fitted by nature; likely 2.) suitable; fitting 3.) quick to learn

arbitrary

adj. based on one's own wishes, notions, or will; not going by any ruke or law

arbitration

n. settlement of a dispute by the decision of a person with full power to judge and decide

arch

n. a curved structure that bears the weight of the material above it v. to curve

armament

n. war equipment or supplies

arsenal

n. a building for storing or making weapons and amunition for an army or navy; a place for keeping guns, powder etc.

artificial

adj. not natural; made by human skill or labor 2.) pretended; put on ; false

ascertain

v. to find out

aspect

1.) look; appearance 2.) one side or part of view (of a subject) 3.) direction anything faces

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