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GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 10

GACS lclab - English 6 - Wordly Wise 3000 - Book 6, Lesson 10
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anticipate
v. 1. To look forward to; to expect.
anticipate
v. 2. To be aware of and to provide for beforehand.
bankrupt
adj. 1. Unable to pay one's debts and freed by law from doing so.
bankrupt
adj. 2. Left without any worth or value.
bankrupt
v. To leave without worth or value.
brief
adj. Short; not long-lasting.
brief
v. To give a short explanation or set of instructions to.
brief
n. A statement, giving the main points in a case, for use in a court of law.
brisk
adj. 1. Quick; active.
brisk
adj. 2. Stimulating; refreshing.
budget
n. A plan for spending money during a certain period.
budget
v. To plan the use of carefully.
compete
v. To try to win against others.
competition
n. 1. The act of trying to win against others.
competition
n. 2. A contest.
competitor
n. One who competes against others.
complicate
v. To make difficult.
complicated
adj. Not easy or simple; having many different parts.
effect
v. To make happen.
effect
n. A result.
effective
adj. 1. Bringing about the desired result.
effective
adj. 2. In operation; active.
effective
adj. 3. Making a strong and favorable impression.
err
v. To be wrong or to do wrong.
error
n. A mistake.
erroneous
adj. Mistaken; wrong.
factor
n. Something that contributes to a result.
fad
n. Something that is very popular for a short time, then forgotten.
gripe
v. 1. To complain.
gripe
v. 2. To annoy or irritate.
gripe
n. A complaint.
knack
n. A special talent or skill; ability to do something easily.
leisure
n. Free time not taken up with work.
leisurely
adj. Slow; relaxed.
unique
adj. The only one of its kind.