Vocabulary Words Lesson 2 10/18/16
Terms in this set (15)
(v.) Several smaller parts comprise a larger or greater thing.
(n.) A bond is a strong tie, unifying force, or binding element, such as the feelings that are the basis of friendships.
(v.) When people bond, they form a close relationship, often because they see each other or interact frequently.
(v.) When you monitor a situation, you watch it over time and keep track of what is happening.
(n.) A monitor is a person who watches or keeps track of a situation, such as a monitor who observes students who are taking test.
(adv.) Something that is true overall is true when all circumstances or possibilities are taken into account.
(v.) When things compress they press or squeeze together and are reduced in size.
(n.) A compress in placed on an injured body part to aid in healing.
(v.) When two or more events coincide, they happen at the same time.
(n.) A reaction is a change, such as a chemical reaction, that involves a chemical transformation.
(n.) A response to an event or situation is a reaction.
(n.) When combustion occurs, something bursts into flame and burns.
(adj.) Something that is luminous is shining or glowing-giving off light or reflecting light.
(v.) When things compound, they combine or come together to form a whole.
(n.) A compound is something formed by combining or uniting multiple parts.