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10 terms

vocab lesson 24

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regulate
(v.) To control or direct by a rule, principle, method,etc; to adjust to a certain standard
rehearsal
(n.) A session of excercise, drill or practice, usually private, in preparation for a public performance, ceremony, etc; a practice performance
reign
(n.) Royal rule or authority; dominating power or influence (v.) To have control, rule or influence of any kind
relate
(v.) To bring into or establish association, connection, or relation; to tell the story of
reliable
(adj.) Dependable; trustworthy
remedy
(n.) Something that cures or relieves a disease or bodily disorder; a healing medicine, application or treatment (v.) To cure, relieve, heal, or to restore to the natural or proper condition
request
(n.) Something asked for; a demand (v.) To ask for, esp. politely or formally, to demand
requirement
(n.) Something that is demanded or obligatory; a need or necessity
resemble
(v.) To be like or similar to; to look like
reservoir
(n.) A place where anything is collected or accumulated in a great amount; a large supply