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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 6
Anonymous
Browse
Dupe
Dynamic
(adj.) Unnamed, without the name of the person involved (writ…
(v.) To nibble, graze; to read casually; to window-shop.... SYN…
(n.) A person easily tricked or deceived; (v.) to deceive.... S…
(adj.) Active, energetic, forceful.... SYN: vigorous, high-powe…
Anonymous
(adj.) Unnamed, without the name of the person involved (writ…
Browse
(v.) To nibble, graze; to read casually; to window-shop.... SYN…
15 terms
Oxford_Elementary_English_File_8B
behind
down
between
from ... to
za
dolů
mezi
od ... do
behind
za
down
dolů
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Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level G Unit 6
abject
agnostic
complicity
derelict
(adj.) degraded; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; compl…
(n.) one who believes that nothnig can be known about god; a…
(n.) involvement in wrongdoing; the state of being an accompl…
(n.) someone or something that is abandoned or neglected; (ad…
abject
(adj.) degraded; base, contemptible; cringing, servile; compl…
agnostic
(n.) one who believes that nothnig can be known about god; a…
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Vocab Workshop Unit 11 Sadlier- Oxford Level D
Comport
concise
demure
depreciation
(v.) to conduct to bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
(adj.) expressing much in a few words
(adj.) sober or serious in manner, modest
(n.) a lessening in value; a belittling
Comport
(v.) to conduct to bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement
concise
(adj.) expressing much in a few words
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Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Flashcards Unit 1
adjacent
alight
barren
disrupt
(adj.) near, next to, adjoining
(v.) to get down from, step down from; to come down from the…
(adj.) not productive, bare
(v.) to break up, disturb
adjacent
(adj.) near, next to, adjoining
alight
(v.) to get down from, step down from; to come down from the…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 7
abhor
amend
buffet
chaos
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... A p…
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... I…
(verb) to slap or cuff; to strike repeatedly; to drive or for…
(noun) great confusion, disorder... A great many people lost th…
abhor
(verb) to regard with horror or loathing; to hate deeply... A p…
amend
(verb) to change in a formal way; to change for the better... I…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level D, Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v) to make shorter
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
(n) an angry argument
(adj) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v) to make shorter
adherent
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 6
atone
bondage
credible
defray
to make up for
slavery; any state of being bound or held down
believable
to pay for
atone
to make up for
bondage
slavery; any state of being bound or held down
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E - Unit 5
altruistic
assent
benefactor
chivalrous
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement
(noun) one who does good to others
(adj) marked by honor, courtesy, and courage; knightly
altruistic
(adj) unselfish, concerned with the welfare of others
assent
(verb) to express agreement; (noun) agreement
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SADLIER-OXFORD Vocabulary Workshop: Units 1 + 2
accost
animadversion
avid
brackish
v. to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challengi…
n. a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
adj. desirous of something to the point of greed; intensely e…
adj. having a salty taste and unpleasant to drink
accost
v. to approach and speak to first; to confront in a challengi…
animadversion
n. a comment indicating strong criticism or disapproval
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 5
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
(n.) self-government, political control... Syn: home rule... Ant:…
(adj.) self-evident, expressing a universally accepted princi…
(v.) to adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously; to publ…
amnesty
(n.) a general pardon for an offense against a government; in…
autonomy
(n.) self-government, political control... Syn: home rule... Ant:…
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English Verbs patterns (Oxford)
to intend to do
to manage to do
to tend to do
to pretend to do
намереваться что-то сделать
смочь что-то сделать
иметь тенденцию делать что-то
притворяться
to intend to do
намереваться что-то сделать
to manage to do
смочь что-то сделать
60 terms
Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level H 4-6
affinity
bilious
cognate
corollary
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
(adj.) closely related in origin, essential nature, or functi…
(n.) a proposition that follows from one already proven; a na…
affinity
(n.) a natural attraction to a person, thing, or activity; a…
bilious
(adj.) peevish or irritable; sickeningly unpleasant
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 5 Synonyms
Amnesty
Autonomy
Axiomatic
Blazon
none
home rule
taken for granted
broadcast, trumpet
Amnesty
none
Autonomy
home rule
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Unit 8 Words
assurance
asylum
console
dilate
n. a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence; poise
n. an institution for the care of children, elderly people, e…
v. to comfort, or n. the keyboard of an organ; a control pane…
v. to make or become larger or wider; to expand upon; prolong
assurance
n. a pledge; freedom from doubt, self-confidence; poise
asylum
n. an institution for the care of children, elderly people, e…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level A Unit 4
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
(v.) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
(v.) to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins
(v.) to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted; to damage i…
acquit
(v.) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comple…
deem
(v.) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level D, Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v) to make shorter
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
(n) an angry argument
(adj) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v) to make shorter
adherent
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
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Vocab Workshop Unit 11 Sadlier- Oxford Level D
brevity
comport
concise
demure
(n.) shortness (s). conciseness, terseness, pithiness (a). ve…
(v.) to conduct to bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement.…
(adj.) expressing much in a few words (s).brief, succinct, te…
(adj.) sober or serious in manner, modest (s). shy, different…
brevity
(n.) shortness (s). conciseness, terseness, pithiness (a). ve…
comport
(v.) to conduct to bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement.…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level C Unit 9
apt
awry
bludgeon
capitulate
suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn (adj.)
in a turned or twisted position or direction; wrong, out of t…
a short club used as a weapon (n.); to strike with a heavy cl…
to end resistance, give up, surrender, throw in the towel (v.)
apt
suitable, fitting, likely; quick to learn (adj.)
awry
in a turned or twisted position or direction; wrong, out of t…
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vocabulary workshop new edition Sadlier-Oxford
acme
attribute
belittle
convey
The highest point... Synonyms: summit, top, peak, pinnacle... Ant…
a quality or characteristic belonging to or associated with s…
to make something appear smaller than it is; to refer to in a…
to transport; to transmit; to communicate, make known; to tra…
acme
The highest point... Synonyms: summit, top, peak, pinnacle... Ant…
attribute
a quality or characteristic belonging to or associated with s…
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force... SYNONYMS: pressure, bully, intimidate,…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level D Unit 11
Brevity
Comport
Concise
Demure
(n.) shortness... Synonyms: conciseness, terseness, pithiness…
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement…
(adj.) expressing much in a few words... Synonyms: brief, succi…
(adj.) sober or serious in manner, modest... Synonyms: shy, dif…
Brevity
(n.) shortness... Synonyms: conciseness, terseness, pithiness…
Comport
(v.) to conduct or bear oneself, behave; to be in agreement…
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Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 2
available
cater
customary
dissuade
ready for use, at hand
to satisfy the needs of, try to make things easy and pleasant…
usual, expected, routine
to persuade not to do something
available
ready for use, at hand
cater
to satisfy the needs of, try to make things easy and pleasant…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop -- Level E -- Unit 10 - 12
acquiesce
allure
askew
blithe
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
(adj., adv.) twisted to one side, crooked; disapprovingly
(adj.) cheerful, lighthearted; casual, unconcerned
acquiesce
(v.) to accept without protest; to agree or submit
allure
(v.) to entice, tempt; to be attractive to; (n.) a strong att…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 12
abjure
acrid
august
callous
(v) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun... Syn.: f…
(adj) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper... Syn.:…
(adj) majestic, inspiring admiration and respect... Syn.: statel…
(adj) emotionally hardened, unfeeling... Syn.: insensitive, unsy…
abjure
(v) to renounce, repudiate under oath; to avoid, shun... Syn.: f…
acrid
(adj) harsh in taste or odor; sharp in manner or temper... Syn.:…
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Unit II: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
adverse
arid
assailant
billow
(adjective) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile
(adjective) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
(adjective) a person who attacks violently (with blows or wor…
(adjective) a large wave; (verb) to rise or swell like a wave
adverse
(adjective) unfavorable, negative; working against, hostile
arid
(adjective) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
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Sadlier oxford workshop level e lesson 6
accede
brandish
comprise
deft
v. to yield to, agree to a demand; to assume an office, posit…
v. to wave or flourish in a menacing fashion
v. to include or contain; to be made up of
adj. skillful, nimble
accede
v. to yield to, agree to a demand; to assume an office, posit…
brandish
v. to wave or flourish in a menacing fashion
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop-Level B- Unit 8 Vocabulary
abnormal
capsize
catastrophe
decrease
not usual, not typical, strange
to turn bottom side up, upset
a large-scale disaster, misfortune, or failure
to become or make less; a lessening
abnormal
not usual, not typical, strange
capsize
to turn bottom side up, upset
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Term 1 Week 6 Oxford English
courageous
proposition
fantastic
personality
A person who is brave.
A suggested plan.
Almost unbelievable.
An individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,…
courageous
A person who is brave.
proposition
A suggested plan.
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E unit 15
abrasive
acclimate
chagrin
complacent
(adj.) causing irritation, harsh, (n) a substance used to smo…
to adapt to a new climate, environment, or situation
irritation or humiliation caused by disappointment or frustra…
self-satisfied, overly content
abrasive
(adj.) causing irritation, harsh, (n) a substance used to smo…
acclimate
to adapt to a new climate, environment, or situation
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level A Unit 2
adverse
arid
assailant
billow
(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against. hostile
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
(n.) a person who attacks violently (with blows or words)
(n.) a large wave; (v.) to rise or swell like a wave
adverse
(adj.) unfavorable, negative; working against. hostile
arid
(adj.) extremely dry; uninteresting, dull
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Review 1-3
adjacent
alight
barren
disrupt
near or close to but not necessarily touching
to get down from, step down from the air or land
not productive, bare
to break up, disturb
adjacent
near or close to but not necessarily touching
alight
to get down from, step down from the air or land
Unit 3 - Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B
animated
brood
culminate
downright
(adj.) full of life, lively, alive; (part.) moved to an actio…
(n.) a family of young animals, especially birds; any group h…
(v.) to reach a high point of development ; to end, climax... s…
(adv.) thoroughly; (adj.) absolute, complete; frank blunt... sy…
animated
(adj.) full of life, lively, alive; (part.) moved to an actio…
brood
(n.) a family of young animals, especially birds; any group h…
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Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level G Unit 7
allay
bestial
convivial
coterie
(v.) to calm or pacify, set to rest; to lessen or relieve
(adj.) beastlike; beastly, brutal; subhuman in intelligence a…
(adj.) festive, sociable, having fun together, genial
(n.) a circle of aquaitances; a close-knit, often exclusive,…
allay
(v.) to calm or pacify, set to rest; to lessen or relieve
bestial
(adj.) beastlike; beastly, brutal; subhuman in intelligence a…
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Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 13
antipathy
applicable
asset
beset
a strong dislike, hostile feeling
capable of being applied; relevant, suitable
something of value; a resource; an advantage
to attack from all sides; to surround
antipathy
a strong dislike, hostile feeling
applicable
capable of being applied; relevant, suitable
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Sadlier Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 3
adversary
alienate
artifice
coerce
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
(n.) a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever…
(v.) to compel, force... SYNONYMS: pressure, bully, intimidate,…
adversary
(n.) an enemy, opponent... SYNONYMS: antagonist, rival, foe... ANT…
alienate
(v.) to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfe…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level G Unit 3
cavort
credence
decry
dissemble
(v.) to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
(n.) belief, mental acceptance
(v.) to condemn, express strong disapproval; to officially de…
(v.) to disguise or conceal, deliberately give a false impres…
cavort
(v.) to romp or prance around exuberantly; to make merry
credence
(n.) belief, mental acceptance
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Sadler-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop New Ed Level B Unit 3
animated
brood
constituent
culminate
(adj) full of life, lively, alive; (part) moved to action... syn…
(n) a family of young animals, especially birds; any group ha…
(n) an essential part; a voter who elects a representative... sy…
(v) to reach a high point of development; to end, climax... syn:…
animated
(adj) full of life, lively, alive; (part) moved to action... syn…
brood
(n) a family of young animals, especially birds; any group ha…
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Daily Routines - The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary - English
wake up
get up
take a shower
wash my face
wake up
get up
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 6
Anonymous
Browse
Dupe
Dynamic
(adj.) Unnamed, without the name of the person involved (writ…
(v.) To nibble, graze; to read casually; to window-shop.... SYN…
(n.) A person easily tricked or deceived; (v.) to deceive.... S…
(adj.) Active, energetic, forceful.... SYN: vigorous, high-powe…
Anonymous
(adj.) Unnamed, without the name of the person involved (writ…
Browse
(v.) To nibble, graze; to read casually; to window-shop.... SYN…
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Oxford Vocabulary Workshop level F, Unit 5
amnesty
autonomy
axiomatic
blazon
act of forgiveness or absolution
self-government, political ccontrol
self-evident, accepting principle or rule
to adorn or embellish; to display conspicuously
amnesty
act of forgiveness or absolution
autonomy
self-government, political ccontrol
13 terms
The Body - The Basic Oxford Picture Dictionary - English
head
face
arm
hand
...
head
face
...
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Unit III: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
barrage
bigot
designate
diversity
(noun) a rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
(noun) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
(verb) to indicate, point out; to appoint; (adjective) select…
(noun) difference, variety; a condition of having many differ…
barrage
(noun) a rapid, large-scale outpouring of something
bigot
(noun) an intolerant, prejudiced, or biased person
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Unit IV: Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop
acquit
deem
discredit
devastate
(verb) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comp…
(verb) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
(verb) to throw doubt upon, cause to be distrusted; to damage…
(verb) to destroy, lay waste, leave in ruins
acquit
(verb) to declare not guilty, free from blame, discharge comp…
deem
(verb) to think, believe; to consider, have an opinion
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level E Unit 13
antipathy
applicable
asset
beset
(n.) a strong dislike, hostile feeling... Syn: hostility, enmity…
(adj.) capable of being applied; relevant, suitable... Syn: app…
(n.) something of value; a resource; an advantage... Syn: prope…
(v.) to attack from all sides; to surround, hem in; (adj., pa…
antipathy
(n.) a strong dislike, hostile feeling... Syn: hostility, enmity…
applicable
(adj.) capable of being applied; relevant, suitable... Syn: app…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level C Unit 15
abyss
befall
crucial
dregs
a deep or bottomless pit (n.)
to happen, occur; to happen to (v.)
of supreme importance, decisive, critical (adj.)
the last remaining part; the part of least worth (n. pl.)
abyss
a deep or bottomless pit (n.)
befall
to happen, occur; to happen to (v.)
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 6
Anonymous
Browse
Dupe
Dynamic
(adj.) Unnamed, without the name of the person involved (writ…
(v.) To nibble, graze; to read casually; to window-shop.... SYN:…
(n.) A person easily tricked or deceived; (v.) to deceive.... SY…
(adj.) Active, energetic, forceful.... SYN: vigorous, high-power…
Anonymous
(adj.) Unnamed, without the name of the person involved (writ…
Browse
(v.) To nibble, graze; to read casually; to window-shop.... SYN:…
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level D, Unit 3
abridge
adherent
altercation
cherubic
(v) to make shorter
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
(n) an angry argument
(adj) resembling an angel portrayed as a little child with a…
abridge
(v) to make shorter
adherent
(n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to
20 terms
Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level F Unit 12
Absolve
Caricature
Clangor
Contiguous
(verb) clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt... Synonyms:…
(noun) a representation (drawing) in which subject's characte…
(noun) a loud ringing sound (verb) make a loud ringing noise…
(adj.) side by side, touching; near, adjacent in time... Synony…
Absolve
(verb) clear from blame, responsibility, or guilt... Synonyms:…
Caricature
(noun) a representation (drawing) in which subject's characte…
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Sadlier-Oxford Vocabulary Workshop Level B Unit 14
affliction
akin
cosmopolitan
elongate
(n.) a physical ailment; a cause of pain or trouble, misfortune
(adj.) related by blood; having similar qualities of character
(adj.) found in most parts of the world; having many fields o…
(v.) to grow in length, become longer; to extend the length of
affliction
(n.) a physical ailment; a cause of pain or trouble, misfortune
akin
(adj.) related by blood; having similar qualities of character
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