50 terms

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approve
verb - agree with
criticize
verb - find fault with
adequate
adjective - sufficient
advantage
noun - something that is helpful or useful
accurate
adjective - exactly right
timely
adjective - happening at exactly the right time
combine
verb - to put two things together
oblong
noun - any object or shape that is longer than it is wide
submerge
verb - to put under water
subheading
noun - a secondary title under a main title
subplot
noun - a minor plot that relates in some way to the main story
submarine
noun - a watercraft that stays under water
company
uncountable noun - being with a person or people, or the person or people you are with
comrade
noun - a friend, especially one who you have been involved in difficult or dangerous, usually military, activities with
doable
adjective - able to be done
feasible
adjective - possible
obstruct
verb - to block
notable
adjective - remarkable
unbelievable
adjective - incredible
tangible
adjective - real and not imaginary
responsible (for)
adjective - to have control and the authority over something or somebody, and the duty of taking care of it, him, or her
invincible
adjective - not able to be defeated, unbeatable
susceptible (to)
adjective - easily influenced or harmed by something
crumbs
noun - tiny pieces of bread, cake, cracker, or cookie
collision
uncountable noun - an accident that happens when two vehicles hit each other with force
in addition (to)
phrase - as well (as)
division
uncountable noun - the act of separating something into parts or groups
nation
noun - a group of people with a common culture living in a territory and having a strong sense of unity
duration
uncountable noun - length of time something lasts
persuasion
uncountable noun - a kind of speaking or writing that is intended to influence people's actions
ambition
uncountable noun - a desire to succeed or be powerful
(make a) decision
noun - a choice that you make about something after thinking about several possibilities
admit
verb - to agree that something is true, especially unwillingly
transfer
verb - to move from one place to another
control
verb - to order, limit, or rule something, or someone's actions or behavior
equip
verb - to provide with what is needed
permit
verb - to allow
refer
verb - mention
expel
verb - to send out or away
regret
verb - be sorry
commit
verb - to carry out or do
occur
verb - to happen
circumstantial
adjective - suggesting that something is true without proving it
financial
adjective - having to do with money matters
publicity
uncountable noun - the activity intended to attract a lot of interest or attention from many people
criminal
noun - a person who has committed a crime
electricity
uncountable noun - energy made available by the flow of electric charge through a conductor
authenticity
uncountable noun - the quality of being real or true
residential
adjective - relating to where you live or have lived
Influential (power)
adjective - someone or something that has an impact on or shapes how people act or how things occur
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