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Vocabulary from Classical Roots Book B Lesson 13
Root: Pro
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
"before" "for"
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
Root: Pro
"before" "for"
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
11 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
1) Showing disrespect toward god or sacred things ... 2) Nonrel…
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
Prodigal
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
PRO
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
<L. "before," "for"
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.
A person with exceptional talents or powers.
PRO
<L. "before," "for"
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
11 terms
Classical Roots B lesson 13
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
profane
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.... 3. A…
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
1. Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.... 2. Nonreli…
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
prodigal
1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.... 3. A…
15 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book B Lesson 13
PRO
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
<L. "before" "for"
v. To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
adj. 1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.…
n. A person with exceptional talent or powers.
PRO
<L. "before" "for"
procrastinate
v. To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
Root: Pro
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
"before" "for"
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
Root: Pro
"before" "for"
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
15 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
Root: Pro
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
"before" "for"
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
Root: Pro
"before" "for"
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
15 terms
Vocabulary Classical Roots Book B Lesson 13
PRO
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
<L. "before" "for"
v. To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
adj. 1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.…
n. A person with exceptional talent or powers.
PRO
<L. "before" "for"
procrastinate
v. To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
15 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
PRO
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
<L. "before," "for"
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.
A person with exceptional talents or powers.
PRO
<L. "before," "for"
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
15 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13
Root: Pro
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
"before" "for"
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
Root: Pro
"before" "for"
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
11 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots - Book B - Lesson 13
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
profane
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
1. Recklessly wasteful;extravagant.... 2. Profuse;lavish.... 3. A s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
1. Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.... 2. Nonreli…
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
prodigal
1. Recklessly wasteful;extravagant.... 2. Profuse;lavish.... 3. A s…
Classical roots book b lesson 13
Excert
Exhilarate
Exonerate
Exorbitant
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
To free from blame.
Excessive.
Excert
A passage selected from a book, play, piece of music, etc.
Exhilarate
To cheer; to stimulate; to enliven.
17 terms
classical roots book b lesson 13
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigal
prodigal
v. to put off something; to delay needlessly
adj. recklessly wasteful; extravagant
adj. profuse; lavish
n. a spendthrift
procrastinate
v. to put off something; to delay needlessly
prodigal
adj. recklessly wasteful; extravagant
34 terms
Biology B Lesson 13 vocabulary
Appendages
Asymmetry
Bilateral symmetry
Blastula
structures that grow out of a body, like legs or antennae
a body plan in which no symmetry is displayed, and the organi…
a body plan in which the right and left halves of the body ar…
a hollow ball of cells that forms after an embryo starts to u…
Appendages
structures that grow out of a body, like legs or antennae
Asymmetry
a body plan in which no symmetry is displayed, and the organi…
11 terms
Classical Roots Vocab Book B Lesson 13
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
Prodigal
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.
18 terms
B Lesson 13 cvdivision1
honorable
doorknob
chalkboard
plumber
someone trustworthy
...
...
honorable
someone trustworthy
doorknob
20 terms
Classical Roots, Book B, Lesson 13, Classical Roots Chapter 14
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
A person with exceptional talent or powers
1) Showing disrespect toward god or sacred things ... 2) Nonrel…
Procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay neeedlessly
Prodigal
1) Recklessly wasteful; extravagant... 2) Profuse;lavish... a s…
16 terms
Reading for Vocabulary B, Lesson 13
candle
inventor
improve
burn
n. a stick that burns to give us light
n. someone who makes new things
v. to make something better
v. to be on fire
candle
n. a stick that burns to give us light
inventor
n. someone who makes new things
30 terms
Corrective Reading B-2, lesson 13
tar
star
starred
started
tar
star
19 terms
VCR Book B Lesson 13 Roots And Words
Pro
Proctrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigal
meaning: In support of
v.... meaning: To put off something; to delay needlessly... Antonym…
adj.... meaning: Recklessly wasteful, profuse, lavish... Synonym: P…
n.... meaning: A spendthrift... Antonym: Miser... Connotation: Negative
Pro
meaning: In support of
Proctrastinate
v.... meaning: To put off something; to delay needlessly... Antonym…
12 terms
Classical roots book B lesson 13
pro
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
L-before,for
v. to put off doing something,to delay needlessly
adj. recklessly wasteful... profuse,lavish... n. a spenthrift
n. a person with exceptionall talents or power
pro
L-before,for
procrastinate
v. to put off doing something,to delay needlessly
19 terms
System B: lesson 13
la leche
el cereal
el pan tostado
el jugo de...
the milk
the cereal
the toast
juice of...
la leche
the milk
el cereal
the cereal
classical roots Book B lesson 13 and 14
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
profane
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant. ... Profuse; lavish
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.... Nonreligious…
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
prodigal
Recklessly wasteful; extravagant. ... Profuse; lavish
Vocabulary from Classical Roots, Book B Lesson 13
Achievement
Arduous
Assuage
Believe
Accomplishing something rewarding
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
(v.) to make easier or milder, relieve; to quiet, calm; to pu…
accept as true
Achievement
Accomplishing something rewarding
Arduous
(adj.) hard to do, requiring much effort
Roots lesson 13
Fracture
Fractional
Fragility
Fragment
A crack break or split
Having to do with a part , expressed with a numerator and a d…
The condition of being easily broken.
A part chipped away, a broken piece
Fracture
A crack break or split
Fractional
Having to do with a part , expressed with a numerator and a d…
11 terms
Classical Roots B: Lesson 13 Words
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
profane
to put off doing something; to delay needlessly
recklessly wasteful; extravagant; profuse; lavish; a spendthr…
a person with exceptional talents or powers
showing disrespect toward God or sacred things; nonreligious…
procrastinate
to put off doing something; to delay needlessly
prodigal
recklessly wasteful; extravagant; profuse; lavish; a spendthr…
Vocabulit B Lesson 13
crumbs
different
edge
enormous
a tiny piece of food
not the same
the side or end of something
very big
crumbs
a tiny piece of food
different
not the same
11 terms
Classical Roots B - Lesson 13
Procrastinate
Prodigal
Prodigy
Profane
(v.) to delay, put off until later
(adj.) wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundan…
(n) A person with great talent; a young genius
Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things
Procrastinate
(v.) to delay, put off until later
Prodigal
(adj.) wastefully extravagant; lavishly or generously abundan…
19 terms
System B: lesson 13
la leche
el cereal
el pan tostado
el jugo de...
the milk
the cereal
the toast
juice of...
la leche
the milk
el cereal
the cereal
11 terms
vocab from classical roots B lesson 13
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
profane
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.... 3. A…
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
1. Showing disrespect toward God or sacred things.... 2. Nonreli…
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
prodigal
1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.... 3. A…
14 terms
Word Roots Lesson 13
con-
in-
re-
trans-
with, together... (remember it's a prefix, so put a - after the…
in, into; not... (remember it's a prefix, so put a - after the…
back, again... (remember it's a prefix, so put a - after the wo…
trough, across, beyond... (remember it's a prefix, so put a - a…
con-
with, together... (remember it's a prefix, so put a - after the…
in-
in, into; not... (remember it's a prefix, so put a - after the…
15 terms
B spelling lesson 13
thank
bring
sing
drink
...
...
...
...
thank
...
bring
...
18 terms
B. C. Volume 2 Lesson 13 colors
颜色
color
blue (color)
color
red (color)
颜色
color
blue (color)
Roots Lesson 13
frag/frac
rupt
abrupt
rupture
break, crack
burst
sudden, without warning, unexpected
to break or burst
frag/frac
break, crack
rupt
burst
12 terms
Latin Roots Lesson 13
CULP
EVAL
FA, FAT
FORT
blame; fault
ages
to speak
strong
CULP
blame; fault
EVAL
ages
15 terms
Roots 8 Lesson 13
Emancipate
manacle
mandate
manifest
v. - to free from restraint or influence.... v.- to free (a slav…
n. (usually plural) - a device for confining the hands; handc…
n. - a formal order from a higher court; an authoritative com…
adj. - clearly apparent to sight or understanding; obvious... v.…
Emancipate
v. - to free from restraint or influence.... v.- to free (a slav…
manacle
n. (usually plural) - a device for confining the hands; handc…
16 terms
Level B - Lesson13
wage
stage
strange
fudge
wage
stage
Classic Roots Book B ( Lesson 13 & Lesson 14 )
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
profane
to put off doing something; to delay needlessly
recklessly wasteful; extravagant / profuse; lavish / a spendt…
a person with exceptional talent or powers
showing disrespect towards God or sacred things / nonreligiou…
procrastinate
to put off doing something; to delay needlessly
prodigal
recklessly wasteful; extravagant / profuse; lavish / a spendt…
18 terms
Word Roots Lesson 13
mono-
agro
bio
geo
one
field
life
Earth, ground
mono-
one
agro
field
15 terms
Classical Roots B Lesson 13
PRO
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
<L. "before," "for"
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant.... 2. Profuse; lavish.... n. A…
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
PRO
<L. "before," "for"
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
19 terms
Vocabulary Book B Lesson 13
pro
crastinus
prodigum
pars
before, for
of tomorrow
prophetic sign, marvel
part
pro
before, for
crastinus
of tomorrow
23 terms
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 13
Non est jocus esse malignum. ... There is…
Study the "Words of the Day" chosen fr…
Study the "Words of the Day" chosen fr…
PRO
BONUS: What did the Roman writer Horace remind us about humor…
BONUS: "Word of the Day" question 1:
BONUS: "Word of the Day" question 2:
Latin root(s) meaning "before" or "for"
Non est jocus esse malignum. ... There is…
BONUS: What did the Roman writer Horace remind us about humor…
Study the "Words of the Day" chosen fr…
BONUS: "Word of the Day" question 1:
Lesson 13 Roots
per-
de-
con-
af-
through, thoroughly
down, off from
with, together
to, toward
per-
through, thoroughly
de-
down, off from
8 terms
Root Words Lesson 13
contra-
cor-
inter-
pre-
against, opposite
with, together
between, among
before, in front of
contra-
against, opposite
cor-
with, together
Vocabulary from Classical Roots B Lesson 13
PRO
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
L. before, for
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
1. Recklessly wasteful; extravagant; 2. Profuse; lavish.
A person with exceptional talent or powers.
PRO
L. before, for
procrastinate
To put off doing something; to delay needlessly.
6 terms
Lesson 13 Vocabulary roots
cred
credulous
incredible
mem
to believe
likely to believe too easily
not believable
to remember
cred
to believe
credulous
likely to believe too easily
13 terms
Vocabulary Roots Lesson 13
poli
gen
nat
cosmopolitan
city/government
family/race
birthplace/nation
adj., representative of many countries... adj., at home anywhere…
poli
city/government
gen
family/race
28 terms
Vocabulary From Classical Roots Lesson 13 and 14 Book B
pro
procrastinate
prodigal
prodigy
"Before, for"
to put off doing something, to needlessly delay.
1. recklessly wasteful, extravagant... 2. Profuse, lavish
a person with exceptional talents or powers
pro
"Before, for"
procrastinate
to put off doing something, to needlessly delay.
20 terms
Book B Lesson 13
"hand"
emancipate v.
manacle n.
mandate n.
MANUS
to free from restraint or influence
a device for confining the hands; handcuffs
a formal order from a higher court; an authoritative command,…
"hand"
MANUS
emancipate v.
to free from restraint or influence
10 terms
Spelling Workout B Lesson 13
grass
trunk
truck
flew
grass
trunk
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