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110 terms
BGS English Unit 4
the aged
author
bookseller
celebrate
die Betagten
Autor
Buchhändler
feiern
the aged
die Betagten
author
Autor
10 terms
BG English 11 Vocab Lesson 4
abstruse
acumen
ascertain
cerebral
difficult to understand
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
to discover or determine with certainty, especially through e…
of or relating to the brain; appealing to or requiring the us…
abstruse
difficult to understand
acumen
keen, quick, accurate insight or judgment
25 terms
BG English
menagerie
nebulous
florid
fortuitously
a collection of wild or unusual animals
hazy, vague, indistinct, or confused, cloudy
having a red complection
happening or produced by chance; accidental
menagerie
a collection of wild or unusual animals
nebulous
hazy, vague, indistinct, or confused, cloudy
20 terms
BG #4
Voltaren
Bentyl
Lanoxin
Cardizem
diclofenac -NSAID
dicyclomine -Antipasmodic
digoxin -Antiarrhythmic
diltiazem -CCB
Voltaren
diclofenac -NSAID
Bentyl
dicyclomine -Antipasmodic
10 terms
BG Eng 12 Vocab List 4
abyss
affiliated
aptitudes
blue-collar
(n.) a deep or bottomless pit
(adj) associated, connected
(n) capability; ability; innate or acquired capacity for some…
(adj) someone who performs manual labor, often in a manufactu…
abyss
(n.) a deep or bottomless pit
affiliated
(adj) associated, connected
12 terms
English Test 4 George Eliot bg
Where/when was she born
When did she die?
What was her real name?
Why did her father invest in her educa…
Warwickshire, England in 1819
1880
Mary Ann Evans
because she was not physically attractive, and had less of a…
Where/when was she born
Warwickshire, England in 1819
When did she die?
1880
20 terms
BG #4
Voltaren
Bentyl
Lanoxin
Cardizem
diclofenac, NSAID
dicyclomine, Antispasmodic
digoxin, Antiarrhythmic
diltiazem, CCB
Voltaren
diclofenac, NSAID
Bentyl
dicyclomine, Antispasmodic
10 terms
English Test 4 BG & themes of Silas Marner
Silas Marner is?
what is the setting?
Gentry
Farmers and Tenants
a novel of manners and a realist novel
the setting is 19th century England, which was divided into t…
rich landowners who oversaw their land, raised horses, hunted…
those who did the work on the estates and lived in small cott…
Silas Marner is?
a novel of manners and a realist novel
what is the setting?
the setting is 19th century England, which was divided into t…
29 terms
BG4
Dexlansoprazole
Dicyclomine
Famotidine
Lansoprazole
Dexilant
Bentyl
Pepcid
Prevacid
Dexlansoprazole
Dexilant
Dicyclomine
Bentyl
48 terms
Caesar BG - 4.33
essedium, -ī, n.
prīmō (adv.)
perequitō (1)
coniciō, -ere, -iēcī, -iectus
(British) war chariot
first
to ride around, ride through
to throw, hurl
essedium, -ī, n.
(British) war chariot
prīmō (adv.)
first
14 terms
BG 1.4
Helvetii, -orum m.
indĭcĭum, -ĭi n.
ēnuntĭo, -āre
crĕmo, -āre
the Helvetii or Helvetians. historical map
information, disclosure, evidence
tell, disclose; declare, announce
burn, consume by fire
Helvetii, -orum m.
the Helvetii or Helvetians. historical map
indĭcĭum, -ĭi n.
information, disclosure, evidence
10 terms
BG English Vocab Lesson 17
culminate
eclipse
epitome
impeccable
to reach the highest point or degree; to comne to completion;…
to exceed or go beyond; diminish to others in importance or f…
an example; a perfect representative of a type
having no flaws; perfect; incapable of wrongdoing
culminate
to reach the highest point or degree; to comne to completion;…
eclipse
to exceed or go beyond; diminish to others in importance or f…
30 terms
Caesar BG - 4.30
prīnceps, prīncipis, m.
colloquor, colloquī, collocūtus sum
cum
paucitās, -tātis, f.
leader, chief, chieftain
to converse
since, because
small number
prīnceps, prīncipis, m.
leader, chief, chieftain
colloquor, colloquī, collocūtus sum
to converse
31 terms
Caesar BG - 4.32
cōnsuētūdō, -tūdinis, f.
frūmentor (1)
interpōnō, -ere, -posuī, -positus
ventitō (1)
custom
to forage
to introduce, put forward
to go back and forth, keep coming
cōnsuētūdō, -tūdinis, f.
custom
frūmentor (1)
to forage
34 terms
Caesar BG - 4.26
uterque, utraque, utrumque
ōrdinēs servāre
firmiter īnsistere
signa subsequī
each (of two); HERE in pl. = both sides
to keep ranks
to take up a firm position
to follow (their) standards
uterque, utraque, utrumque
each (of two); HERE in pl. = both sides
ōrdinēs servāre
to keep ranks
21 terms
Caesar BG 1.4
indicium
mos
vincula
causa
indicii (n.): disclosure, information
moris (m.): manner, custom, practice; (pl.) customs, habits
vinculae (f.): chain
causae (f.): legal case
indicium
indicii (n.): disclosure, information
mos
moris (m.): manner, custom, practice; (pl.) customs, habits
10 terms
BG vocab English 11 lesson 1
annotation
appellation
eponym
linguistics
a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a l…
a name, title, or designation
the name derived from a person (real or imaginary); the perso…
the study of the nature, structure, and variation of language
annotation
a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially for a l…
appellation
a name, title, or designation
19 terms
Caesar BG - 4.31
etsī (conj.)
nōndum (adv.)
ēventus, -ūs, m.
ex eō quod
even if, even though, although
not yet
result, consequence (of what had happened)
from the fact that
etsī (conj.)
even if, even though, although
nōndum (adv.)
not yet
28 terms
Caesar BG - 4.34
novitās, novitātis, f.
opportunissimus, -a, -um
adventus, -ūs, m.
cōnsistō, -ere, -stitī, -stitūrus
novelty, unusual nature
most opportune, luckiest
arrival
to stop, come to a stop
novitās, novitātis, f.
novelty, unusual nature
opportunissimus, -a, -um
most opportune, luckiest
34 terms
Caesar BG - 4.29
maritimus, -a, -um
aestus, aestūs, m.
Ōceanus, -ī, m.
efficiō, -ere, -fēcī, -fectus
(of the ) sea
swell
the (Atlantic) ocean
to cause
maritimus, -a, -um
(of the ) sea
aestus, aestūs, m.
swell
22 terms
Caesar BG - 4.28
cōnfirmō (1)
post diem quārtum quam est...ventum
XVIII
dēmōnstrātum est
to establish
"on the third day after coming..." (lit. "after the fourth [=…
duodēvigintī
mention was made
cōnfirmō (1)
to establish
post diem quārtum quam est...ventum
"on the third day after coming..." (lit. "after the fourth [=…
32 terms
BG 4.31-33
etsi
nondum
eventus
suspicor
(conj.) even if, although
(adv.) not yet
eventūs (m.) outcome, result, consequence
suspicari, suspicatus sum (1 dep.) to suspect, distrust, surm…
etsi
(conj.) even if, although
nondum
(adv.) not yet
33 terms
BG110 Chapter 4
The element present in all organic mol…
The complexity and variety of organic…
The experimental approach taken in cur…
Differences among organisms are caused…
carbon
the chemical versatility of carbon atoms
living organisms can be understood in terms of the same physi…
types and relative amounts of organic molecules synthesized b…
The element present in all organic mol…
carbon
The complexity and variety of organic…
the chemical versatility of carbon atoms
28 terms
Caesar BG - 4.34
novitās, novitātis, f.
opportunissimus, -a, -um
adventus, -ūs, m.
cōnsistō, -ere, -stitī, -stitūrus
novelty, unusual nature
most opportune, luckiest
arrival
to stop, come to a stop
novitās, novitātis, f.
novelty, unusual nature
opportunissimus, -a, -um
most opportune, luckiest
BG 1.4
mos, moris (n)
vinculum (vinclum), -i (n)
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus
oportet, oportēre, oportuit
habit, custom
chain
to gather, collect, force, compel
it is fitting, proper, ought
mos, moris (n)
habit, custom
vinculum (vinclum), -i (n)
chain
30 terms
BG 4.28-29
est ventum
tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum
XVIII = duodēviginitī
nāvēs solvere
"it was come" = "we came"
to lift up, to take on board
LEARN YOUR NUMBERS UP TO 20
the ships sail
est ventum
"it was come" = "we came"
tollō, tollere, sustulī, sublātum
to lift up, to take on board
15 terms
english BG 2
repression
brigand
obscure
insatiable
n.... the action or process of repressing (putting or holding do…
n.... one who lives by plunder usually as a member of a band; ba…
adj.... shrouded in or hidden by darkness; not clearly seen or e…
adj.... incapable of being satisfied
repression
n.... the action or process of repressing (putting or holding do…
brigand
n.... one who lives by plunder usually as a member of a band; ba…
32 terms
Caesar BG - 4.25
ubi
speciēs, -ēī, f.
inūsitātior
rēmus, -ī, m.
when
appearance
rather strange
oar
ubi
when
speciēs, -ēī, f.
appearance
31 terms
Caesar BG - 4.32
cōnsuētūdō, -tūdinis, f.
frūmentor (1)
interpōnō, -ere, -posuī, -positus
ventitō (1)
custom
to forage
to introduce, put forward
to go back and forth, keep coming
cōnsuētūdō, -tūdinis, f.
custom
frūmentor (1)
to forage
27 terms
BG 4.28-30
tollo
portus
lenis
ventus
tollere, sustuli, sublatum - to lift up; take on board; remov…
portūs (m.) port, harbor
lenis, lene (adj.) gentle, mild
venti (m.) wind
tollo
tollere, sustuli, sublatum - to lift up; take on board; remov…
portus
portūs (m.) port, harbor
29 terms
BG 4.26-27
ordo
servo
quiscumque
signum
ordinis (m.) order; row, tier, rank
servare, servavi, servatus (1): to preserve, save, maintain,…
quicumque (indefinite pronoun) - whatever
signi (n.), standard, sign, signal
ordo
ordinis (m.) order; row, tier, rank
servo
servare, servavi, servatus (1): to preserve, save, maintain,…
38 terms
BG 4.24-25
barbarus
egredior
equitatus
plerumque
barbara, barbarum (adj.) foreign, uncivilized; (in pl.) barba…
egredi, egressus sum, -- (3 deponent) to come forth, depart;…
equitatūs (m.) - cavalry, horseman
(adv.) mostly, very often
barbarus
barbara, barbarum (adj.) foreign, uncivilized; (in pl.) barba…
egredior
egredi, egressus sum, -- (3 deponent) to come forth, depart;…
36 terms
Caesar BG - 4.26
pugnātum est
uterque, utraque, utrumque
ācriter (adv.)
ōrdinēs servāre
it was fought > the fighting went on
each (of two); HERE in pl. = both sides
fiercely
to keep ranks
pugnātum est
it was fought > the fighting went on
uterque, utraque, utrumque
each (of two); HERE in pl. = both sides
30 terms
Caesar BG - 4.30
prīnceps, prīncipis, m.
colloquor, colloquī, collocūtus sum
cum
paucitās, -tātis, f.
leader, chief, chieftain
to converse
since, because
small number
prīnceps, prīncipis, m.
leader, chief, chieftain
colloquor, colloquī, collocūtus sum
to converse
15 terms
english bg 2
caste
pervade
primordial
manifest
n.... one of the hereditary social classes in Hinduism that rest…
v.... to become diffused throughout every part of
adj.... first created or developed; existing in or persisting fr…
adj.... readily perceived by the senses and especially by the se…
caste
n.... one of the hereditary social classes in Hinduism that rest…
pervade
v.... to become diffused throughout every part of
15 terms
English BG 3
resplendent
transcendent
torrent
alms
adj.... shining brilliantly : characterized by a glowing splendor
adj.... extending or lying beyond the limits of ordinary experie…
n.... a tumultuous outpouring : rush (of water); a violent strea…
n.... something (as money or food) given freely to relieve the p…
resplendent
adj.... shining brilliantly : characterized by a glowing splendor
transcendent
adj.... extending or lying beyond the limits of ordinary experie…
44 terms
Caesar BG - 1.4
rēs, reī, f.
indicium, -ī, n.
per indicium
ēnutiō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
HERE = plan
announcement
through informers
to disclose, report
rēs, reī, f.
HERE = plan
indicium, -ī, n.
announcement
34 terms
Caesar BG - 4.29
maritimus, -a, -um
aestus, aestūs, m.
Ōceanus, -ī, m.
efficiō, -ere, -fēcī, -fectus
(of the ) sea
swell
the (Atlantic) ocean
to cause
maritimus, -a, -um
(of the ) sea
aestus, aestūs, m.
swell
48 terms
Caesar BG - 4.33
essedium, -ī, n.
prīmō (adv.)
perequitō (1)
coniciō, -ere, -iēcī, -iectus
(British) war chariot
first
to ride around, ride through
to throw, hurl
essedium, -ī, n.
(British) war chariot
prīmō (adv.)
first
English IV: Renaissance BG
an outlook/system of thought attaching…
who are some famous humanists?
A group of scholars from oxford uni. S…
He is one of the original Oxford Group…
Humanism
Petrarch, (modern) George Clooney
The Oxford Group
John Colet
an outlook/system of thought attaching…
Humanism
who are some famous humanists?
Petrarch, (modern) George Clooney
31 terms
Caesar BG 4.24
praemittō, -ere, -mīsī, -missus
essedārius, -ī, m.
quō genere
plērumque
to send ahead
charioteer
a type of warrior which
generally, commonly
praemittō, -ere, -mīsī, -missus
to send ahead
essedārius, -ī, m.
charioteer
22 terms
Caesar BG - 4.27
superō (1)
simul atque
sē recipere
obses, obsidis, m./f.
to conquer
as soon as
to recover (oneself), to recover
hostage
superō (1)
to conquer
simul atque
as soon as
44 terms
Caesar BG - 1.4
rēs, reī, f.
indicium, -ī, n.
per indicium
ēnutiō, -āre, -āvī, -ātus
HERE = plan
announcement
through informers
to disclose, report
rēs, reī, f.
HERE = plan
indicium, -ī, n.
announcement
22 terms
Caesar BG - 4.28
cōnfirmō (1)
post diem quārtum quam est...ventum
XVIII
dēmōnstrātum est
to establish
"on the third day after coming..." (lit. "after the fourth [=…
duodēvigintī
mention was made
cōnfirmō (1)
to establish
post diem quārtum quam est...ventum
"on the third day after coming..." (lit. "after the fourth [=…
English- Anglo Saxon BG
the idea that everything has a soul
Members of the educated, professional…
Triple spiral. What are the three stag…
Why did Churchill refer to Boudicca in…
Animism
Druids
a. Maiden: youthful, excitement ... b. Mother: motherly, powerfu…
Because she was a queen and led an uprising. She was successf…
the idea that everything has a soul
Animism
Members of the educated, professional…
Druids
19 terms
Caesar BG - 4.31
etsī (conj.)
nōndum (adv.)
ēventus, -ūs, m.
ex eō quod
even if, even though, although
not yet
result, consequence (of what had happened)
from the fact that
etsī (conj.)
even if, even though, although
nōndum (adv.)
not yet
35 terms
BG 4.26-27
pugnātum est
subsequī, subsequor, subsecūtus sum
insistō, insistere, institī
ōrdinēs servāre
"the battle was fought"
to follow closely
to stand upon, to stand firm
"to keep ranks"
pugnātum est
"the battle was fought"
subsequī, subsequor, subsecūtus sum
to follow closely
54 terms
BG2/4
accomodation
active hiliday
art gallery
backpacking
zakwaterowanie
aktywne wakacje
galeria sztuki
wędrówka z plecakiem
accomodation
zakwaterowanie
active hiliday
aktywne wakacje
21 terms
English: Odyssey BG Info
Hecuba
What did Hecuba and King Priam do to t…
shepherds
baby rattle
dreamt that her son would destroy Troy
left child in countryside to die
rescued and raised Paris
helped Paris be recognized as prince
Hecuba
dreamt that her son would destroy Troy
What did Hecuba and King Priam do to t…
left child in countryside to die
English- Medieval BG
It tells the story of the Battle of Ha…
Who won the war cause by Edward's deat…
What is the name of the battle that re…
What is the date of the battle that re…
The Bayeux Tapestry
William
The battle of Hastings
October 14, 1066
It tells the story of the Battle of Ha…
The Bayeux Tapestry
Who won the war cause by Edward's deat…
William
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