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Vocabulary list 1
Terms in this set (15)
reality(n) real(adj) really(adv)
Definition:the true situation that exists , the real situation Ex:If we redouble our efforts, our dream will translate into reality.
bind(v,n) binding(adj) binder(n)
Definition:to tie or wrap (something) with rope, string, etc. Ex:Compassion is as common as it is because it does not bind you to anything!
Definition:very fat : fat in a way that is unhealthy Ex:Dr.Watson is great on exercise as a cure for obesity.
Definition: a serious disease in which the body cannot properly control the amount of sugar in your blood because it does not have enough insulin Ex: You have diabetes, or liver or kidney disease.
Definition: the amount of time that a person or animal actually lives. Ex: New research suggests that an important indicator of your probable life span may be your genes.
revolution(n) revolutionaty(adj) revolved(v)
Definition: the usually violent attempt by many people to end the rule of one government and start a new one. Ex:The epoch of revolution creates great figures.
bullied(adj,v) bully(adv) bull(n)
Definition: to frighten, hurt, or threaten (a smaller or weaker person) : to act like a bully toward (someone). Ex: They bullied him into going along with the plan.
Definition: very tired of something : angry about something that has continued for a long time. Ex: I'm fed up with all those nonsense.
Definition: a picture that shows a natural scene of land or the countryside. Ex:Mist often blurs the landscape.
Definition: subjected to a special process or treatment food. Ex: They eat more processed food at home and eat out more often.
Definition: something (such as a chemical) that is added in small amounts to a substance to improve it in some way Ex: Some of these food additives are not foods at all, but are chemicals that are generally recognized as safe.
circumstances(n) circumstantial(adj) circumstantially(adv)
Definition: a condition or fact that affects a situation. Ex: Don't deceive under any circumstance.
Definition: to put a word or name on something to describe or identify it : to attach a label to (something) Ex: It begins by labeling all processes, files, and network traffic with simple text labels.
sustainable(adj) sustainability(n) sustained(v)
Definition: able to be used without being completely used up or destroyed. Ex: If you think about it, this is really the only sustainable approach in the long run.
resources(n) resourceful(adj) resourcefully(adv)
Definition: something that a country has and can use to increase its wealth. Ex: It depends on how you utilise your resource.
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