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English Vocabulary set 1
abandon
abandoned
abbreviate
abnormal
버리다, 포기하다
버려진, 유기된
(단어, 문장, 글) 줄이다... 요약하다, 단축하다
비정상적인, 이상한
abandon
버리다, 포기하다
abandoned
버려진, 유기된
10 terms
english 12 set 1
adorning
albeit
anguished
beckoned
to lend beauty to; decorate
conj. in spite of the fact, regardless of the fac
adjective-with extreme anxiety or torment; distressed
VERB to lure; entice
adorning
to lend beauty to; decorate
albeit
conj. in spite of the fact, regardless of the fac
42 terms
English Vocabulary Set 1
Chair
Table
Restroom
Water
...
...
...
...
Chair
...
Table
...
English in Mind 1(set 1)
unusual
come round
produce
sell
not normal
to visit
to make something
to give something to someone and take money instead
unusual
not normal
come round
to visit
Victoria English Set 1
decision
obsolete
for a big vacation
take part in something
решение
устаревший
на большие каникулы
принимать участие в
decision
решение
obsolete
устаревший
22 terms
English set 1 Walli
terrorist
inspired
reject
refugees
wants to harm innocent people
ideas
don't accept
leave country due to war
terrorist
wants to harm innocent people
inspired
ideas
15 terms
English III ACT Vocabulary Words -Set 1
adhere
aloof
ambiguous
analyze
(verb)... 1. stick completely to a surface or substance... 2. belie…
(adjective) not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
(verb) open to more that one interpretation; having a double…
(verb) examine in detail, typically for purposes of explanati…
adhere
(verb)... 1. stick completely to a surface or substance... 2. belie…
aloof
(adjective) not friendly or forthcoming; cool and distant
12 terms
English set 1
alliteration
apostrophe
audience
bias
alliteration
apostrophe
8 terms
basic English set 1
want
book
paper
desk
vouloir
le livre
le papier
le bureau
want
vouloir
book
le livre
10 terms
Spanish/English Set 1
mano
cabello
dientes
oreja
hand
hair
teeth
ear
mano
hand
cabello
hair
10 terms
English EOC Literary Terms - Set 1
alliteration
allusion
anecdote
antagonist
The repetition of initial consonant sounds (think tongue twis…
A reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
A short, simple narrative of an incident; often used for humo…
A force working against the protagonist, who is the main char…
alliteration
The repetition of initial consonant sounds (think tongue twis…
allusion
A reference to a well known person, place, event, literary wo…
11 terms
Vocabulary Set 1 - English 9th
culture
lucid
dementia
characterization
A way of life; collective customs and behaviors
aware, clear-minded
loss of memory
describing a character
culture
A way of life; collective customs and behaviors
lucid
aware, clear-minded
10 terms
spelling words English set 1
blot
crunch
sandwich
gym
to tap it with a cloth
to bite with a loud sound
a meal between two pieces of bread
a building where you work out
blot
to tap it with a cloth
crunch
to bite with a loud sound
40 terms
English vocab set 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
Verb - to caution or advise against something synonym: reprim…
Noun- an opening, gap, rupture, or rift ... antonym: close
Noun- a bandit, robber, outlaw, or highway man
adj- careful/ cautious... Synonym: wary, prudent... Antonym: incaut…
Admonish
Verb - to caution or advise against something synonym: reprim…
Breach
Noun- an opening, gap, rupture, or rift ... antonym: close
15 terms
Oliver Set 1 English Vocab
unheralded
wily
lofty
superflous
unnoticed or unappreciated, unannounced
(adj.) sly, shrewd, cunning
(adj.) very high; arrogant, overbearing manner, noble-
beyond what is needed or required, an overflow
unheralded
unnoticed or unappreciated, unannounced
wily
(adj.) sly, shrewd, cunning
30 terms
AP English III Vocabulary Set 1
abjure
acerbic
acrimony
acumen
verb: to reject, renounce... The cat ____________ my frugal cho…
adjective: biting, bitter in tone or taste... The ____________…
noun: bitterness; discord... The political _______________ has…
noun: keen insight... If I had the ____________ of Einstein, I…
abjure
verb: to reject, renounce... The cat ____________ my frugal cho…
acerbic
adjective: biting, bitter in tone or taste... The ____________…
10 terms
AP English Language Vocabulary Set 1
Allusion
Analogy
Antecedent
Antithesis
Reference to well-known person, place, event, literary work o…
Drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some re…
Word, phrase or clause to which a pronoun refers
Juxtaposition of contrasting words or ideas to give a feeling…
Allusion
Reference to well-known person, place, event, literary work o…
Analogy
Drawing a comparison in order to show a similarity in some re…
English II - Vocabulary Set 1
absolve
adamant
amiable
amoral
to clear of guilt
firm, steadfast
good natured
No morals, no ethics
absolve
to clear of guilt
adamant
firm, steadfast
21 terms
English verbs set 1
write
sing
sleep
drink
wrote
sang
slept
drank
write
wrote
sing
sang
English Spanish Word Set 1
hat
house
yellow
car
sombrero
casa
amarillo
auto
hat
sombrero
house
casa
8 terms
English II Vocabulary Set 1
Apprentice
Blustery
Delusions
Propel
Learns a job or skill by working for someone who is a profess…
Usually used to refer to wind and it means "having strong, lo…
A belief that is not true
To push something or cause it to move forward or onward. Kick…
Apprentice
Learns a job or skill by working for someone who is a profess…
Blustery
Usually used to refer to wind and it means "having strong, lo…
14 terms
Business English Idioms Set 1 TwinUK
clear the air
foot the bill
none the wiser
sticks and carrots
identified and resolved the issue
pay for the bill
didn't gain any knowledge from the experience/event
motivating others through the threat of punishment and rewards.
clear the air
identified and resolved the issue
foot the bill
pay for the bill
10 terms
English Consonants: Set 1
B
C
D
F
Banana
Corn
Dates
Fruit
B
Banana
C
Corn
47 terms
Tricky English Words Set 1
She looked cross.
She peered out the window.
I gazed out the window.
He glimpsed at the sky.
cross
peered
gazed
glimpsed
She looked cross.
cross
She peered out the window.
peered
10 terms
English 2016 October Set 1
stupendous
blatant
tentative
mischievous
(adj) amazing
(adj) obvious, conspicious
(adj) unsure
(adj) able or tending to cause trouble; irresponsibly playful
stupendous
(adj) amazing
blatant
(adj) obvious, conspicious
25 terms
Enjoy English 4 Set 1
play hide-and-seek
holidays
fly a kite
have a picnic
играть в прятки
каникулы, праздники
пускать воздушного змея
устроить пикник
play hide-and-seek
играть в прятки
holidays
каникулы, праздники
46 terms
English Vocabulary (Set 1)
Hallmark
Seldom
Chirp
Stricken
A distinguished characteristic
Not often, rarely, infrequent
High pitch sound, typically of a small bird or an insect
seriously affected by an undesirable condition or feeling
Hallmark
A distinguished characteristic
Seldom
Not often, rarely, infrequent
15 terms
English II - Oedipus Set 1
Usurp
Pestilence
Contagion... adj - contagious
Regicide
Verb - 1) to seize and hold (a position, office, power, etc)…
Noun - any disease, especially one of epidemic proportions, s…
Noun - a disease transmitted by contact.... Adj - contagious
Noun - the murder of a king
Usurp
Verb - 1) to seize and hold (a position, office, power, etc)…
Pestilence
Noun - any disease, especially one of epidemic proportions, s…
English Vocabulary Set 1
Debris
Diffuse
Breach
Commander
The ship wreckage left much debris in the ocean
The police diffused the bomb in the house
The ants breached the kitchen
The commander of the army was unintelligent
Debris
The ship wreckage left much debris in the ocean
Diffuse
The police diffused the bomb in the house
20 terms
English 3 Set 1
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
An opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to…
a bandit, robber, outlaw, highwayman
careful, cautious
Admonish
to caution or advise against something; to scold mildly; to r…
Breach
An opening, gap, rupture, rift; a violation or infraction; to…
25 terms
Enjoy English 4 Set 1
play hide-and-seek
holidays
fly a kite
have a picnic
играть в прятки
каникулы, праздники
пускать воздушного змея
устроить пикник
play hide-and-seek
играть в прятки
holidays
каникулы, праздники
16 terms
English Set 1
Anti
Anticlimactic
Auto
Autonomous
Against
a disappointing end after a big build up
Self
(adj) self-governing, independent
Anti
Against
Anticlimactic
a disappointing end after a big build up
39 terms
English Vocabulary- Set 1 (nouns)
apple
boy
girl
chair
男孩
女孩
apple
boy
男孩
High-intermediate set 1 (English)
Déjà vu
out of the blue
achievement
adjustment
that eerie sense that "I've experienced this before." Cues fr…
unexpectedly
something done successfully; something gained by working or t…
a slight change that you make to something so that it works b…
Déjà vu
that eerie sense that "I've experienced this before." Cues fr…
out of the blue
unexpectedly
16 terms
DAHS English 10 Vocab Set 1
Cajole
abstinence
pariah
painstaking
(v.) to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to decei…
THE GIVING UP OF CERTAIN PLEASURES
an outcast
very thorough; careful
Cajole
(v.) to coax, persuade through flattery or artifice; to decei…
abstinence
THE GIVING UP OF CERTAIN PLEASURES
9 terms
AEP English Vocab Set 1 (2016)
Decadent
Luminous
Masticate
Superfluous
n. overly luxurious and lacking moral discipline; excessive
adj. Bright, brilliant, glowing
v. to chew
adj. beyond what is necessary
Decadent
n. overly luxurious and lacking moral discipline; excessive
Luminous
adj. Bright, brilliant, glowing
14 terms
English set 1
Anti/Ant
antagonist/antagonize
auto
autonomous
against
someone who is against the main character
self
SELF-GOVERNING; INDEPENDENT
Anti/Ant
against
antagonist/antagonize
someone who is against the main character
15 terms
English Vocab Set 1
Interloper
Internecine
Interpolate
Interregnum
-noun... -one who interrupts or invades
-adj... -describing negative after effects to both sides
-verb... -to put something between two things
-noun... -period of time without ruler or government
Interloper
-noun... -one who interrupts or invades
Internecine
-adj... -describing negative after effects to both sides
30 terms
English - Set 1
Compound Sentence
Simple Sentence
Complex Sentence
Compound-complex sentence
two independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjuction
a single independent clause
an independent clause and a dependent clause
two or more independent clauses and one or more dependent cla…
Compound Sentence
two independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjuction
Simple Sentence
a single independent clause
10 terms
English Vocabulary Set 1
Inert
Raze
Crevice
Novelty
(in-ert)... inactive, or sluggish ... EX: After, thanksgiving dinne…
(rays)... to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish... EX: T…
(Krev-us)... a crack forming an opening... EX: Walter's lucky coin…
(NAHV-ul-tee)... newness... EX:The kids rode their bikes all day un…
Inert
(in-ert)... inactive, or sluggish ... EX: After, thanksgiving dinne…
Raze
(rays)... to level to the ground; to tear down or demolish... EX: T…
23 terms
English set 1
anti
anticlimactic
antagonist
auto
against
a disappointing end after a big build up
A character or force in conflict with the main character
self
anti
against
anticlimactic
a disappointing end after a big build up
21 terms
English set 1
anti
anticlimactic
auto
autonomous
against
a disappointing end after a big build up
self
acting independently
anti
against
anticlimactic
a disappointing end after a big build up
14 terms
ENGLISH SET 1
Anti/Ant
auto
autonomous
graph
againt
self
independent
to write
Anti/Ant
againt
auto
self
10 terms
English Vocab set 1
adjourn v.
altercation n.
compensate v.
condone v.
to stop meetings temporarily, to move to another place
an angry argument
to make up for, to repay for services
to pardon or overlook
adjourn v.
to stop meetings temporarily, to move to another place
altercation n.
an angry argument
English vocab set 1
banal
chicanery
entrepreneur
fetish
lacking freshness or originality; commmon place , platitudinous
trickery especially in legal dealings: the use of subterfuge…
one who organises and manages a business,
an inanimate object through to have inherent magical powers,…
banal
lacking freshness or originality; commmon place , platitudinous
chicanery
trickery especially in legal dealings: the use of subterfuge…
20 terms
English I Vocabulary Set 1 Definitions and Synonyms
aggressive
arrogant
articulate
conscientious
determined to win or succeed
condescending, self-important
able to express thoughts and feelings clearly
putting in a lot of effort, doing what is right
aggressive
determined to win or succeed
arrogant
condescending, self-important
english vocab set 1
project
piano
honk
expert
something that people work on
something that plays music when it's keys are pushed
to cause a car to make a sound
someone who knows a lot about something
project
something that people work on
piano
something that plays music when it's keys are pushed
English vocab set 1
Honk
Install
Project
Sucess
To cause a car to make a sound.
To place something in position, ready for use.
Something that person work on.
Something that does well.
Honk
To cause a car to make a sound.
Install
To place something in position, ready for use.
7 terms
English set 1
anti
anticlimatic
medius
mediator
against
a disappointing end after a big build up
middle
a person or organization that tries to get agreement between…
anti
against
anticlimatic
a disappointing end after a big build up
20 terms
4000 Essential English Words 3 - (set 1)
arise... (V)... (Difficulties arose wi…
benefactor... (N)... (The student's *ben…
blacksmith... (N)... (The blacksmith p…
charitable... (ADJ)... (My sister was *c…
to happen
a person who gives money to help someone
a person who makes things out of metal
When someone is ___________ , they help people who are in need.
arise... (V)... (Difficulties arose wi…
to happen
benefactor... (N)... (The student's *ben…
a person who gives money to help someone
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