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17 terms

Vocabulary, Unit 13

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CAP, CIP, CAPUT, CAPITIS
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capitulate
v. To yield; to surrender
recapitulate
v. To summarize briefly
caprice
n. Sudden change of intention; impulsiveness
precipitate
v. To cause something to happen immediately; to speed up
DUC, DUCERE, DUCTUM
TO LEAD
adduce
v. To bring forth as evidence; to use as an example
traduce
v. To say false things in order to harm the reputation of
subdue
v. To conquer or overcome
SERV, SERVIRE, SERVITUM
TO SERVE, TO KEEP
subservient
adj. Willing to obey
servile
adj. Like a slave; too humble
reserved
adj. Keeping one's thoughts to oneself; wirhdrawn
SUP, SOV, SUR, SUPER
ABOVE
sovereign
adj. Having the highest power or authority; ruling
surfeit
v. To fill to excess; gorge
insuperable
adj. Not able to be overcome