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Vocabulary for Achievement Lesson 5
Amounts, Large and Small
Terms in this set (14)
(v) to pile up or collect
(adj) more than enough; plenty
(adj) not capable of producing plants or crops; unproductive
(adj) complete; including everything or the most important things
(adj) showing extensive or thorough understanding
(adj) large; far-reaching
(adj) less than enough; a small amount
(adj) found throughout; present all around
(adj) occurring or growing far apart; not thick or dense; scattered
(v) to be better than expected
(n) something of little importance
(n) a very small amount
(v) to talk or act jokingly; to play around with
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