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Boegman English 9H Rhetoric Vocabulary
Apostrophe
Apposition
Asyndeton
Brachylogia
Turning one's speech from one audience to another. Most often…
Addition of an adjacent, coordinate, explanatory or descripti…
The omission of conjunctions between clauses, often resulting…
The absence of conjunctions between single words. The effect…
Apostrophe
Turning one's speech from one audience to another. Most often…
Apposition
Addition of an adjacent, coordinate, explanatory or descripti…
116 terms
English Lesson
subject
My subjects are manual methods, orthop…
research field/ topic
My research field is the connection be…
tárgy, tantárgy, alany,
Tantárgyaim a manuális technikák,az ortopédiai fizioterápia e…
kutatási terület
A kutatási területem a plantáris nyomás minták és a BMI, nem,…
subject
tárgy, tantárgy, alany,
My subjects are manual methods, orthop…
Tantárgyaim a manuális technikák,az ortopédiai fizioterápia e…
15 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 3 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
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Caesar's English: Lesson 1
com
intra
cent
ad
together
within
one hundred
to
com
together
intra
within
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson III
un
inter
semi
dis
not
between
half
away
un
not
inter
between
12 terms
English Lessons
Maths
German
French
Technology
Mathe
Deutsch
Französisch
Infomatik
Maths
Mathe
German
Deutsch
5 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 13
bene
son
nov
sangui
good
sound
new
blood
bene
good
son
sound
23 terms
English lessons
branch
variety
abroad
loans
branża
różnorodność
za granicę
pożyczka
branch
branża
variety
różnorodność
37 terms
English lessons
to pretend
to behave (yourself)
to regret
to offend
притворяться
вести себя
сожалеть о чем-то
оскорблять
to pretend
притворяться
to behave (yourself)
вести себя
41 terms
English lessons
to chase
to inspire
a habitually
a dull
to follow smb or run after smb
to give someone the enthusiasm to do or create something
regularly
boring
to chase
to follow smb or run after smb
to inspire
to give someone the enthusiasm to do or create something
5 terms
Caesar's English - Lesson 7
aqua
audi
scrib
cede
water
hear
write
go
aqua
water
audi
hear
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English lessons
method
often
tend
effective
módszer
gyakran, sűrűn
hajlam
tényleges, hatékony, hatásos
method
módszer
often
gyakran, sűrűn
15 terms
English lessons
Art and Design
Biology
Chemistry
French
Dailė
Biologija
chemija
Prancūzų kalba
Art and Design
Dailė
Biology
Biologija
59 terms
English lessons
keresztül
részt vesz
menetrendszerű
részt vesz
through
take part
scheduled
participate
keresztül
through
részt vesz
take part
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Lessons in english
Vocabulary
Grammar
Listening
Dialogue
vocabulario
gramática
comprensión oral
diálogo
Vocabulary
vocabulario
Grammar
gramática
5 terms
Caesars English Lesson 1
De
super
pre
sub
down... Example: decrease, denounce
over... Example: superb, supermodel
before... Example: Pretest, preview
under... Example: Submarine, subtract
De
down... Example: decrease, denounce
super
over... Example: superb, supermodel
15 terms
English Vocab Lesson 3
anonymous
anthology
conjecture
disposition
having an unknown source or unrevealed name
collection of literary works (various writings, such as songs…
1. a conclusion based upon guesswork; or insufficient evidenc…
1. a person's usual mood; temperament 2. a regular tendency o…
anonymous
having an unknown source or unrevealed name
anthology
collection of literary works (various writings, such as songs…
15 terms
Caesar's English I: Lesson 3
un
inter
semi
dis
not
between
half
away
un
not
inter
between
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English IV Lesson #3
complacent (adj)
contemptuous (adj)
haughty (adj)
insolent (adj)
lazy, unmotivated, self-satisfied
lacking self-respect; scornful
having too much pride in oneself
rude
complacent (adj)
lazy, unmotivated, self-satisfied
contemptuous (adj)
lacking self-respect; scornful
15 terms
English 9 / Lesson 9
Allure
Antiquity
Appraise
Cleave
The power to attract or charm
The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages... The qual…
To estimate the value of... To form a judgment of; to evaluate
To cling to or be faithful to... To split with force or a sharp…
Allure
The power to attract or charm
Antiquity
The ancient world, especially before the Middle Ages... The qual…
English lesson
I'm snowed under
Determined
Introduce
Fancy
Work busy
Strong
Adnan introduced Sezgin to me
Like
I'm snowed under
Work busy
Determined
Strong
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English lessons 8
To change smbd mind
to have second thought
a pin
to have a final say
to change decision, to rethink
to hesitate, to have different opinion
a joke that you make by using a word that has two meanings
to be a final approver of something
To change smbd mind
to change decision, to rethink
to have second thought
to hesitate, to have different opinion
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English Vocabulary Lesson One
divulge
abet
ardor
dogmatic
to tell; to reveal
to assist or encourage, especially in a wrongdoing
an intense feeling of devotion or eagerness
arrogant and stubborn about one's beliefs
divulge
to tell; to reveal
abet
to assist or encourage, especially in a wrongdoing
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Lesson #4 English IV
banal (adj)
cliche
insipid (adj)
lackluster (adj)
dull or stale because of overuse
an idea or expression that has become overused
lacking flavor or taste; unexciting
lacking energy or brightness
banal (adj)
dull or stale because of overuse
cliche
an idea or expression that has become overused
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English Lesson
Misanthropist (n)
Philanthropist (n)
Arduous (adj)
Chasm (n)
Bad people
People who give a lot to charities
Difficult
Big Gap
Misanthropist (n)
Bad people
Philanthropist (n)
People who give a lot to charities
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 7
gibberish
inimical
nexus
coeval
nonsense; unintelligible speech
unfriendly; hostile; injurious
link, tie, or bond
of the same time period
gibberish
nonsense; unintelligible speech
inimical
unfriendly; hostile; injurious
15 terms
Caesar's English Lesson I
bi
de
sub
pre
two
down
under
before
bi
two
de
down
10 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 6
ostentatious
inexorable
indolent
doleful
showy
inevitable
lazy
mournful
ostentatious
showy
inexorable
inevitable
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English vocab lesson 10
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
capable of error ... syn:imperfect ... ant:infallible,flawless
obvious; too conspicuous ... syn: unconcealed;deliberate ... ant:se…
to waste time ... syn:tarry;loiter... ant:hasten;expedite
an associate, a partner ... syn:member;colleague
fallible
capable of error ... syn:imperfect ... ant:infallible,flawless
blatant
obvious; too conspicuous ... syn: unconcealed;deliberate ... ant:se…
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English 12 Lesson 17
depravity
attribute
congenital
discourse
moral corruption
to relate to a particular cause
natural dating from birth
discusion; a conversation
depravity
moral corruption
attribute
to relate to a particular cause
9 terms
English 12 Lesson 15
prominent
autonomy
coagulate
appellation
very noticeable or obvious
independence
to change from liquid into a thickened or solid mass
name, title, or designation
prominent
very noticeable or obvious
autonomy
independence
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 16
trenchant
bourgeois
nascent
indefeasible
effectively keen and forceful in thought or expression
relating to the middle class
emerging; coming into existence
not capable of being undone
trenchant
effectively keen and forceful in thought or expression
bourgeois
relating to the middle class
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 10
majordomo
untenable
perambulate
veneer
a chief butler or assistant
impossible to defend
to walk about
a thin, attractive layer that conceals something common or co…
majordomo
a chief butler or assistant
untenable
impossible to defend
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 12
propensity
condescending
compunction
sepulcher
tendency
displaying superiority
uneasiness caused by guilt
tomb or burial chamber
propensity
tendency
condescending
displaying superiority
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 19
transient
tremulous
fulsome
utilitarian
remaining only a short time
timid, fearful
insincere
useful; practical
transient
remaining only a short time
tremulous
timid, fearful
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English lesson
discard
to crave
taken up
inspire
se débarrasser
Avoir une folle envie de
started
inspirer
discard
se débarrasser
to crave
Avoir une folle envie de
12 terms
Caesar's English Lesson 2 Book 1
countenance
profound
manifest
prodigious
facial expression
deep
obvious
huge
countenance
facial expression
profound
deep
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 11
canard
wont
etymology
cortege
deliberately misleading story
likely
the history of a word; the study of word origins
a group of attendance; a retinue
canard
deliberately misleading story
wont
likely
5 terms
Caesar's English-Lesson 1
bi
sub
de
pre
two
under
down
before
bi
two
sub
under
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 20
echelon
waive
serendipity
nondescript
a level of authority or responsibility
give up; to relinquish something voluntarily
a knack of making lucky discoveries by accident
lacking individual characteristics
echelon
a level of authority or responsibility
waive
give up; to relinquish something voluntarily
9 terms
English lesson
to adjust
cuddle
to set up
to give in
hozzászokni
cuki
felállít
abbahagy
to adjust
hozzászokni
cuddle
cuki
28 terms
english lesson
coach
cruise
ferry
harbour
távolsági busz
sétahajó ... hajóút
komp
kikötő
coach
távolsági busz
cruise
sétahajó ... hajóút
33 terms
English lessons #1
obliged
patience
so kind as
to dare
Under force of necessity; obligated
Being able to wait without anger, frustration, or sadness
with pleasure
have the courage to do something.
obliged
Under force of necessity; obligated
patience
Being able to wait without anger, frustration, or sadness
31 terms
English lessons #4
to hesitate
to glance
a scorn
a scornfully
to pause before doing something, especially because you are n…
to look quickly at something.
the feeling that something is stupid and does not deserve you…
showing that you think something is stupid and does not deser…
to hesitate
to pause before doing something, especially because you are n…
to glance
to look quickly at something.
38 terms
English lessons #6
the consequences of an action
to take the consequences of smth
to alleviate
to mitigate
последствия поступка
отвечать за последствия
облегчать
смягчать, уменьшать
the consequences of an action
последствия поступка
to take the consequences of smth
отвечать за последствия
24 terms
English lessons #5
a straightforward
an earnings
to charge
an ethical
easy to do or understand
money that you get from working
the amount of money that you have to pay for something, espec…
morally correct and good
a straightforward
easy to do or understand
an earnings
money that you get from working
33 terms
English lessons #7
an irreparable
an irreparable consequences
an inevitable consequences
an irrevocable
непоправимый
непоправимые последствия
неизбежные последствия
необратимый
an irreparable
непоправимый
an irreparable consequences
непоправимые последствия
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 14
protege
indiscernible
virulent
phlegmatic
person under the guidance of another
difficult or impossible to see
extremely infectious or poisonous
calm and unemotional
protege
person under the guidance of another
indiscernible
difficult or impossible to see
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English 10 / Lesson 9
Cautionary
Constrain
Flotilla
Gossamer
Offering or serving as a warning
To confine, inhibit, or hold back by force or necessity... A res…
A fleet of boats or small ships
Thin, sheer fabric resembling gauze... A fine, filmy substance m…
Cautionary
Offering or serving as a warning
Constrain
To confine, inhibit, or hold back by force or necessity... A res…
10 terms
English 12 Lesson 13
implicate
analgesic
turpitude
discretionary
to involve or connect unfavorably
medication to reduce or eliminate pain
wickedness
left to one's own judgment
implicate
to involve or connect unfavorably
analgesic
medication to reduce or eliminate pain
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