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45 terms
English Vocabulary
Beckon
obituary
Concoct
sinewy
to signal, summon, or direct by a gesture of the head or hand
a notice of the death of a person often including...
to devise, make up; contrive
strong; robust
Beckon
to signal, summon, or direct by a gesture of the head or hand
obituary
a notice of the death of a person often including...
10 terms
English Vocabulary
audacity
evacuated
etiquette
lavishly
boldness; daring
remove from an area
acceptable manners
plentifully
audacity
boldness; daring
evacuated
remove from an area
30 terms
English Vocabulary
Tithe
Benign
Contemptuous
Coagulating
one tenth of annual produce or earnings
Gentle; kindly
showing contempt (feeling a person or thing is worthless or b…
change to a sold or a semi-solid state
Tithe
one tenth of annual produce or earnings
Benign
Gentle; kindly
2nd Week Qtr 2
Irony
Juxtaposition
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Irony
...
Juxtaposition
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6 terms
ENGLISH VOCABULARY
Creep
Posh
kettle
electrical appliance
Trepar
Pijo/a, elegante
Jarra eléctrica
electrodoméstico
Creep
Trepar
Posh
Pijo/a, elegante
45 terms
English Vocabulary
ast(er)
aud(i)
auto
bene
star
sound
self
good
ast(er)
star
aud(i)
sound
101 terms
English Vocabulary
Crop (n)
Apprehensive (adj)
Fictitious (adj)
Countenance (v,n)
tanaman, panen, hasil
gelisah/ cemas,/kawatir
samaran/khayal/ bohongan
air muka, menyetujui
Crop (n)
tanaman, panen, hasil
Apprehensive (adj)
gelisah/ cemas,/kawatir
20 terms
English Vocabulary
elated
deceive
classify
ancestor
happy; filled with joy (A)
to make someone believe something that is not true; to trick…
to put in groups according to a system; to categorize, organi…
a person from whom you are descended (N)
elated
happy; filled with joy (A)
deceive
to make someone believe something that is not true; to trick…
50 terms
English Vocabulary
depict (v) The picture did not *depi…
determine (v) The points will *deter…
*devoid* (adj) Saturn is devoiddevoid (adj) Saturn is *devoid* of l…
differentiate (v) Apple colors help…
To give a picture of; to describe
decide
Completely lacking
(v.) - to distinguish, to make different
depict (v) The picture did not *depi…
To give a picture of; to describe
determine (v) The points will *deter…
decide
16 terms
English Vocabulary
Beautiful
Grow
Hard
Home
Something that is beautiful is pretty.
To grow is to make bigger or to cultivate.
When something is hard, it is not easy to do.
A home is where you live.
Beautiful
Something that is beautiful is pretty.
Grow
To grow is to make bigger or to cultivate.
10 terms
English Vocabulary
adversity
collaborate
diligent
ephemeral
misfortune
to work together
hard-working
momentary, fleeting
adversity
misfortune
collaborate
to work together
20 terms
English vocabulary
scene
sound
city
traffic
Ansicht, Szene
Geräusch
Stadt, Großstadt
Verkehr
scene
Ansicht, Szene
sound
Geräusch
20 terms
English Vocabulary
agony
aprehensive
beneficial
blunder
extreme and generally prolonged pain; intense physical or men…
uneasy or fearful of something that might happen
advantageous or helpful
a careless mistake
agony
extreme and generally prolonged pain; intense physical or men…
aprehensive
uneasy or fearful of something that might happen
24 terms
English Vocabulary
vigorously
betray
volatile
cautioned
involves strength and energy
disloyal, unfaithful
explosive
warn or advise against
vigorously
involves strength and energy
betray
disloyal, unfaithful
English Vocabulary
bathroom
hallway
teacher
student
baño
el corredor
el/la maestro/a
estudiante
bathroom
baño
hallway
el corredor
14 terms
English Vocabulary
contrast
contradictions
epiphany
complex
showing a difference when compared
when actions, ideas or statements are opposing or opposite of…
sudden understanding of the truth
difficult, complicated, more than one piece
contrast
showing a difference when compared
contradictions
when actions, ideas or statements are opposing or opposite of…
20 terms
Business English Vocabulary - English for meetings
Agenda (noun)
Minutes (noun)
Schedule (noun)
Objections (noun)
1. A list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting.... You…
1. The written record of everything said at a meeting.... Sally…
1. A plan for carrying out a process or procedure. A list of…
1. An expression or feeling of disapproval or opposition. A r…
Agenda (noun)
1. A list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting.... You…
Minutes (noun)
1. The written record of everything said at a meeting.... Sally…
English Vocabulary
Concrete noun
Proper noun
Abstract noun
Collective noun
Names a object that can be seen heard touched smelled or tasted
Is the name of a particular person place or thing and is capi…
Names idea quality or characteristic
Refers to a group of people or things
Concrete noun
Names a object that can be seen heard touched smelled or tasted
Proper noun
Is the name of a particular person place or thing and is capi…
English Vocabulary
Adage
Bonanza
Churlish
Citadel
A Proverb Wise saying
A rich mass of ore in a mine something valuable profitable or…
Lacking politeness or good manners lacking sensitivity diffic…
A fortress that overlooks and protects a city any strong or c…
Adage
A Proverb Wise saying
Bonanza
A rich mass of ore in a mine something valuable profitable or…
20 terms
English vocabulary
elicit
director
gothic
genre
draw out a reaction from someone
a perosn who is in charge of an activity or film
a word generally related to dark things.
a type of music or film
elicit
draw out a reaction from someone
director
a perosn who is in charge of an activity or film
10 terms
English Vocabulary
abrasive
accelerate
boisterous
bewilder
wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction; ropugh
to add to the speed of or quicken the motion of
rough and stormy; violent
to confuse or puzzle completely
abrasive
wearing, grinding, or rubbing away by friction; ropugh
accelerate
to add to the speed of or quicken the motion of
64 terms
English vocabulary
Furtive
Lapel
Splay
Futile
Something done secretly.
The fold of the front of a coat, part of the collar.
To spread out.
useless, not successful
Furtive
Something done secretly.
Lapel
The fold of the front of a coat, part of the collar.
20 terms
English Vocabulary
calamity
debased
desolate
disdain
disaster sudden damage or distress (noun)... The fire was the gr…
reduce in quality or value, inferior (adj.)... His ____ self.
bleak and empty (adj.)... The _____ desert was not welcoming to…
scorn, disrespectful, feeling of being unworthy (n.)
calamity
disaster sudden damage or distress (noun)... The fire was the gr…
debased
reduce in quality or value, inferior (adj.)... His ____ self.
27 terms
Vocabulary Unit 4 (English-English)
arrogant
bad-tempered
bright
cautious
having an exaggerated sense of his/her abilities
easily annoyed or made angry
intelligent
careful to avoid potential problems
arrogant
having an exaggerated sense of his/her abilities
bad-tempered
easily annoyed or made angry
52 terms
English Vocabulary
suave
putrid
snub
principle
charming
rolling, decaying, fowl smell
ignore on purpose
personal rules or beliefs
suave
charming
putrid
rolling, decaying, fowl smell
10 terms
English Vocabulary
bathroom
hallway
teacher
student
baño
el corredor
el/la maestro/a
estudiante
bathroom
baño
hallway
el corredor
64 terms
English Vocabulary
Admonish
Breach
Brigand
Circumspect
To take cation
An opening or gap
Pirate
Carful
Admonish
To take cation
Breach
An opening or gap
18 terms
English Vocabulary
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
Bereft
Deploy
Adulterate
Ambidextrous
115 terms
English vocabulary
add to sth
bargain
bracelet
debunk
to put something with something else
something that is sold for less than its usual price or its r…
a piece of jewellery that you wear around your wrist
to show that an idea, a belief, etc. is false; to show that s…
add to sth
to put something with something else
bargain
something that is sold for less than its usual price or its r…
45 terms
English Vocabulary
beckon
obituary
concoct
sinewy
to signal, summon, or direct by a gesture of the head or hand
a notice of the death of a person often including...
to devise, make up; contrive
strong; robust
beckon
to signal, summon, or direct by a gesture of the head or hand
obituary
a notice of the death of a person often including...
1,625 terms
English Vocabulary
what a surprise!
what a shock!
what a pity!
what a shame!
what a surprise!
what a shock!
what a pity!
what a shame!
what a surprise!
what a surprise!
what a shock!
what a shock!
120 terms
Vocabulary English
Enigma
Apathy
Indifferent
Revere
a person or thing that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult…
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
Having no preference
To honor, to regard with respect
Enigma
a person or thing that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult…
Apathy
A lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
English vocabulary
Former
Box
Doorbell
Wet
Ancient
Boîte
Sonnette
Humide, mouillé
Former
Ancient
Box
Boîte
45 terms
English Vocabulary
Beckon
obituary
Concoct
sinewy
to signal, summon, or direct by a gesture of the head or hand
a notice of the death of a person often including...
to devise, make up; contrive
strong; robust
Beckon
to signal, summon, or direct by a gesture of the head or hand
obituary
a notice of the death of a person often including...
15 terms
English Vocabulary
arid
distinct
Abundant
Graze
Having little or no rainfall:very dry
not the same: different or separate.
More Than Enough Plentiful
TO FEED IN GROWING GRASS
arid
Having little or no rainfall:very dry
distinct
not the same: different or separate.
20 terms
English Vocabulary
agony
apprehensive
beneficial
blunder
extreme and generally prolonged pain; intense physical or men…
uneasy or fearful of something that might happen
advantageous or helpful
a careless mistake
agony
extreme and generally prolonged pain; intense physical or men…
apprehensive
uneasy or fearful of something that might happen
27 terms
English vocabulary
The woman is cleaning.
The baby is crawling.
The man is crying.
The people are dancing.
The woman is cleaning.
The baby is crawling.
51 terms
English vocabulary
endeavor
scatter
maid
squall
effort
éparpiller, répandre
femme de ménage
rafale
endeavor
effort
scatter
éparpiller, répandre
89 terms
English vocabulary
a pen
a pencil
a book
a ruler
a pen
a pencil
20 terms
English Vocabulary
Middle
Shout
Difficult
Skills
center
call loud
hard
abilities
Middle
center
Shout
call loud
English Vocabulary
bathroom
hallway
teacher
student
baño
el corredor
el/la maestro/a
estudiante
bathroom
baño
hallway
el corredor
30 terms
English vocabulary
beguiled
impalpable
solace
malicious
to influence by trickery
incapable of being perceived by the sense of touch
comfort during a time of sorrow
with evil intent
beguiled
to influence by trickery
impalpable
incapable of being perceived by the sense of touch
30 terms
English Vocabulary
Gesticulation
Aperture
Sagacity
Vehemently
motion; gesture; V. gesticulate: make gestures (while speaking)
an opening
wisdom
marked by intense force or emotion
Gesticulation
motion; gesture; V. gesticulate: make gestures (while speaking)
Aperture
an opening
36 terms
English Vocabulary
story
plot
conflict
biography
a piece of writing that has a plot
a series of events that begin, develop, and resolve a problem
the problem between two "characters"
story about someone else's life
story
a piece of writing that has a plot
plot
a series of events that begin, develop, and resolve a problem
21 terms
English Vocabulary
moderately
Banish
Dwindle
Diminish
quite, fairly Ex: These events were ____ successful
send (someone) away; get rid of Ex: they were ___-ed_ to Sibe…
To become gradually less until little remains Ex: over the la…
make or become less. Ex: a tax whose purpose is to ____ spend…
moderately
quite, fairly Ex: These events were ____ successful
Banish
send (someone) away; get rid of Ex: they were ___-ed_ to Sibe…
8 terms
English vocabulary
elephant
tiger
monkey
lion
słoń
tygrys
małpa
lew
elephant
słoń
tiger
tygrys
20 terms
Business English Vocabulary - English for meetings
Agenda (noun)
Minutes (noun)
Schedule (noun)
Objections (noun)
1. A list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting.... You…
1. The written record of everything said at a meeting.... Sally…
1. A plan for carrying out a process or procedure. A list of…
1. An expression or feeling of disapproval or opposition. A r…
Agenda (noun)
1. A list of items to be discussed at a formal meeting.... You…
Minutes (noun)
1. The written record of everything said at a meeting.... Sally…
24 terms
English vocabulary
apple
banana
crocodile
milk
apple
banana
10 terms
english vocabulary
lemon
orange
strawberry
mango
lemon
orange
14 terms
English IV Vocabulary 10
deter
devoid
diatribe
diffident
to discourage; to keep someone from doing something
entirely without; lacking
a bitter verbal attack
lacking self-confidence; timid
deter
to discourage; to keep someone from doing something
devoid
entirely without; lacking
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