25 terms

Week 7

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collapse
(verb/noun) to break down
collide
(verb) to crash
complex
(adjective) complicated
disastrous
(adjective) terrible, causing much damage or harm
fatal
(adjective) causing death, deadly
foundation
(noun) the bottom of a building which may go underground
incident
(noun) an event, something that happened
nuisance
(noun) annoyance, something that is annoying
predict
(verb) educated guess, tell what could or may happen, look into the future
rash
(adjective) describes something or someone who is hasty, too fast, and not careful
aviation
(noun) air travel, flight
demonstration
(noun) a show or display of something or how to do something
departure
(noun) the act of leaving
detect
(verb) to find or discover something
disturb
(verb) to bother or annoy something or someone, to move from its original place
exception
(noun) something that doesn't belong, something that is special or stands out
instinct
(noun) a behavior or something that is done automatically without thinking or having to learn it
locally
(adverb) in a close or nearby area
miraculous
(adjective) amazing, surprising in a good way, like a miracle
unfavorable
(adjective) not favorable, not good, not likely to happen
affect
(verb) to make or produce a response or reaction
analyze
(verb) to separate, or break into parts and examine or look closely at
evidence
(noun) specific information that supports a claim or idea
impact
(verb) to have a direct effect on, to change or influence
provide
(verb) to supply, make something available