Choosing the Best Exercise MUSIC
|(adj)effective||someone or something that is effective works well and produces the result that was intended|
|(adj) efficient||something that is efficient works well and produces good results by using the available time, money, supplies etc in the most effective way|
The new machine is far more efficient than the old one.
efficient way/method: The most efficient way to plan is to put your tasks in order of priority.
make efficient use of something: This process makes efficient use of limited resources.
|(n) enthusiast|| someone who is very interested in something or excited by it and spends time doing it or learning about it|
The company was started ten years ago by two young computer enthusiasts.
|(adj) enthusiastic|| very interested in something or excited by it|
Business leaders gave an enthusiastic welcome to the proposal.
enthusiastic about: For a while, we were enthusiastic about the idea.
|(n) motivation||[UNCOUNTABLE] a feeling of enthusiasm or interest that makes you determined to do something|
You can do anything if you've got the motivation.
improve/increase/strengthen someone's motivation: These methods can help to increase students' motivation and interest.
lack/lose motivation: She said she had lost her motivation.
|motivation or enthusiasm||Motivation is a external impulse that inspires to create a willingness in any individual to accomplish an objective while enthusiasm is an internal impuIse within an individual that inspires to perform or accomplish an objective.|
|(n) participant|| someone who takes part in something|
It was argued that he was a willing participant in the crime.
participant in: the participants in a televised debate
|(v) participate|| to take part in something|
Members are eligible for a 50% saving on room rates at all hotels that are participating in the scheme.
participate in: The rebels have agreed to participate in the peace talks.
|(v) coincide|| to happen at the same time as something else|
The arrivals of the boat and the train are supposed to coincide.
|(n) coincidence||[COUNTABLE/UNCOUNTABLE] a situation in which separate things happen by chance at the same time or in the same way|
coincidence that: It was rather a coincidence that she appeared at that exact moment.
by coincidence: By coincidence, his teaching contract finished at about the same time his first book was published.
no coincidence: It is no coincidence that coastal communities have often been deeply religious.
pure/sheer coincidence: It might have been planned or it might have been pure coincidence.
|(v)overcome||to succeed in dealing with or controlling a problem|
Jimmy overcame his difficulties to graduate with a first-class degree.
What can I do to overcome my fear of rejection?
overcome▪ adversity, barrier, difficulty, disadvantage, fear, handicap, hurdle, limitations, obstacle, prejudice, problem, resistance, weakness
|(v) prohibit||to officially stop something from being done, especially by making it illegal|
Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the building.
The sale of alcohol to young people is prohibited by law.
prohibit someone from doing something: a rule prohibiting doctors from advertising their services
|(n) prohibition|| [COUNTABLE] a law or rule that stops people from doing something|
prohibition on: Environmental groups want a total prohibition on the dumping of nuclear waste.
prohibition against: a prohibition against the disclosure of information
|at one's disposal||the power or opportunity to make use of someone or something (esp in the phrase at one's disposal)|