25 terms

Vocab 9A

STUDY
PLAY
AMB(I)
(base) both
AUD, AUDIT
(base) to hear
CORP, CORPOR (CORPUS)
(base) body
FLU, FLUX
(base) to flow
FORM
(base) form, shape
GEN, GENER, GENIT
(base) race, kind to produce
Ambidextrous
Able to use either hand equally well
Auditorium
theater or concert hall, especially where the audience sits
Corpse
dead body
Reflux
the flowing back of a liquid, especially that of a fluid in the body
Format
the way in which something is arranged or set out
Genocide
deliberate extermination of a racial or cultural group
Ambiguous
unclear; having more than one interpretation
Fluctuate
To move back-and-forth or up-and-down; to be continually changing or varying
Formal
Done in accordance with rules of convention or etiquette
Ambition
a strong desire to do or to achieve something, typically requiring determination and hard work
Audition
a tryout or trial hearing for a performer
Audible
able to be heard
Corporation
a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity
Corps
A military organization
Fluid
a substance tending to flow; a gas or liquid
Formative
occurring at the time of most influence
Generation
people born around the same time
Genital
Referring to reproduction or reproductive organs
Engender
bring into being