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Computer Literature Excel vocabulary
Autofill
Worksheet
Columns
Active cell
A feature that allows you to quickly apply the contents of on…
A page within an Excel workbook that contains columns rows an…
In a worksheet the vertical spaces with headings ABC and so on
The cell in your worksheet that has been selected. It will ha…
Autofill
A feature that allows you to quickly apply the contents of on…
Worksheet
A page within an Excel workbook that contains columns rows an…
82 terms
French Vocabulary- Literature, Computers, & Work
l'action
l'auteur
avoir lieu
le commencement
action
author
to take place
beginning
l'action
action
l'auteur
author
8 terms
lit/comp set one
already
all ready
altar
alter
at an earlier time
all prepared
a table or stand used for religous ceremonies
to change
already
at an earlier time
all ready
all prepared
7 terms
Introduction to Computer Final Exam Review
Printer
Ergonomics
mouse
Monitor
an output device that accepts text and graphic output from a…
Use of scientific information about the human body to design…
A hand-held input device that is moved about on a flat surfac…
output device used to view what you have typed into the compu…
Printer
an output device that accepts text and graphic output from a…
Ergonomics
Use of scientific information about the human body to design…
Literature
lyric
diction
consonance
meter
short poem of personal feelings
choice of words
repetitive use of consonants
linguistic sound pattern for a verse or poem
lyric
short poem of personal feelings
diction
choice of words
15 terms
Inside a Computer - Label Computer Parts
Power Supply
Case Fan
Microprosser
Memory
Power Supply
Case Fan
Intro to Comp & Lit final 2014-2015, literary elements
Metaphor
Simile
Personification
Inciting incident
"But sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than…
"If she found a blade of nut grass in her yard it was like th…
"As if to confirm what we saw, the town siren wailed up the s…
Scene in a short story that sets things going.
Metaphor
"But sometimes the Bible in the hand of one man is worse than…
Simile
"If she found a blade of nut grass in her yard it was like th…
154 terms
AP Lit. & Comp. Literary Terms Master List
theme
allusion
paradox
genre
a major idea expressed by a work of art. The work of art coul…
an indirect reference to a work of art (novel, play, poem, so…
a contradictory statement that is nonetheless true; in other…
a category or type of art
theme
a major idea expressed by a work of art. The work of art coul…
allusion
an indirect reference to a work of art (novel, play, poem, so…
190 terms
Intro to computers
Turing test
Vacuum tubes
Microprocessor
Unicode
Is a measure of a computer's ability to display intelligent b…
First-generation computers used ___ to process data
A complex, integrated circuit that contains the central proce…
Is the binary code that can represent most currently used lan…
Turing test
Is a measure of a computer's ability to display intelligent b…
Vacuum tubes
First-generation computers used ___ to process data
60 terms
ALL intro. to comp. and lit. vocab (wigand)
lackadaisical
alienate
licentious
numismatist
uninterested, listless
to turn away or ignore
morally unrestrained
a coin collector
lackadaisical
uninterested, listless
alienate
to turn away or ignore
5 terms
Writing Phrases Section of Intro to Comp & Lit Review Guide (Wigand)
Thesis
Topic Sentence
Hook
Transition Words
the sentence that states the main idea of a writing assignmen…
a sentence that expresses the main idea of the paragraph in w…
the first one or two sentences of your essay. It serves as an…
phrases that link sentences and paragraphs together smoothly…
Thesis
the sentence that states the main idea of a writing assignmen…
Topic Sentence
a sentence that expresses the main idea of the paragraph in w…
12 terms
Monaco Comp Lit exam- poetry
Similie
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Alliteration
comparison using like or as... "His feet are as big as boats"
comparison not using like or as. Saying one thing is another.…
an intentional exaggeration... "It rained cats and dogs"
a repetition of the initial consonant
Similie
comparison using like or as... "His feet are as big as boats"
Metaphor
comparison not using like or as. Saying one thing is another.…
20 terms
Unit 1 Words Intro to Lit. and Comp.
adjacent
alight
barren
disrupt
near
to get down from
bare
to break up
adjacent
near
alight
to get down from
10 terms
Intro to Lit. and Comp. Vocab week 1
concur
complacent
chasite
cajole
to put in opinion; be in agreement
pleased or self satisfied; pleasent
to discipline; to punish
to persuade or coax
concur
to put in opinion; be in agreement
complacent
pleased or self satisfied; pleasent
10 terms
R & J - Intro Terms
drama
act
scene
archaic words
literature in which plot and characters are developed through…
a major unit of action in a play, similar to a chapter in a b…
a small unit of a play in which there is no shift of location…
old-fashioned; words that have disappeared from common use
drama
literature in which plot and characters are developed through…
act
a major unit of action in a play, similar to a chapter in a b…
7 terms
lit/comp set five
stationary
stationery
their
there
in a fixed position
paper for writing
possessive pronoun of they
place [pronoun]
stationary
in a fixed position
stationery
paper for writing
9 terms
lit/comp set three
hear
here
its
it's
to receive audible sounds through the ear
in this place
3rd person possessive personal pronoun
it is
hear
to receive audible sounds through the ear
here
in this place
8 terms
lit/comp set four
passed
past
peace
piece
past tense of to pass
that which has gone by;beyond,by
freedom from violence
a part of something
passed
past tense of to pass
past
that which has gone by;beyond,by
208 terms
AP Lit & Comp Literary Devices and Terms
biography
autobiography
fiction
non-fiction
the story of a person's life written by another
the story of one's own life
made up stories
writing based upon supposed facts
biography
the story of a person's life written by another
autobiography
the story of one's own life
Google Sheets
spreadsheet
columns
rows
cells
layout of information arranged in rows & columns in a table
vertical spaces running through the table; labeled ABC
horizontal spaces running through the table; labeled 123
boxes created where the columns and rows meet
spreadsheet
layout of information arranged in rows & columns in a table
columns
vertical spaces running through the table; labeled ABC
10 terms
lit/comp set two
capital
capitol
cloths
clothes
a city, the location of the government
a legislative body meets in this building
pieces of fabrics
wearing apparel
capital
a city, the location of the government
capitol
a legislative body meets in this building
ALL intro. to comp. and lit. vocab (wigand), Lit grammar, literary terms, writing, and devices, Short Story Plots (Wigand)
lackadaisical
alienate
licentious
numismatist
uninterested, listless
to turn away or ignore
morally unrestrained
a coin collector
lackadaisical
uninterested, listless
alienate
to turn away or ignore
34 terms
Intro Lit & Comp
Act
Antagonist
Character
Round Character
A major division of a play.
A person or force in society or nature that opposes the prota…
An individual in a literary work. Characters may be people, a…
Shows varied and sometimes contradictory traits.
Act
A major division of a play.
Antagonist
A person or force in society or nature that opposes the prota…
15 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 10 Vocab
fallible
blatant
dawdle
affiliate
capable of error
obvious; too conspicuous
to waste
an associate; a partner
fallible
capable of error
blatant
obvious; too conspicuous
20 terms
American Lit/Comp set #6
Agenda
Apoplectic
Circumspect
Denude
A list of things to be done; a schedule
Paralyzed from a burst blood vessel in the brain
Cautious
Strip everything from
Agenda
A list of things to be done; a schedule
Apoplectic
Paralyzed from a burst blood vessel in the brain
19 terms
American Lit/Comp set #4
Abortive
Anomalous
Captious
Captious
Unsuccessful
Abnormal, irregular
Hard to please; unduly
Argumentative
Abortive
Unsuccessful
Anomalous
Abnormal, irregular
24 terms
American Lit/Comp set #5
Accolade
Antipathy
Carmine
Dissimulate
Award of merit
A strong dislike
A variable color of red
Hide one's true feelings
Accolade
Award of merit
Antipathy
A strong dislike
26 terms
mythology quiz into to lit
zeus
hera
poseidon
athena
jupiter ; god of sky, thunder, lighting/ symbols are thunder…
juno; marriage and the family/ symbols are lion, peacock, and…
neptune; god of the seas/ symbols are trident horse, dolphin…
minerua; god of wisdom, military, and victory/ symbols are ol…
zeus
jupiter ; god of sky, thunder, lighting/ symbols are thunder…
hera
juno; marriage and the family/ symbols are lion, peacock, and…
31 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 7 Vocab
gird
daunt
daunt
flux
to prepare for an event or an action
to make afraid
to discourage
a state of continual change or movement
gird
to prepare for an event or an action
daunt
to make afraid
15 terms
Biblical Allusions #2
Daniel (Writing on the Wall)
David and Bathsheba
Doubting Thomas
David and Goliath
At a royal feast a disembodied hand writes the following and…
King David falls in love with Bathsheba. David arranges for B…
One of the 12 apostles, he refused to believe in Jesus' resur…
David, a small shepherd boy, stands up to and defeats a giant…
Daniel (Writing on the Wall)
At a royal feast a disembodied hand writes the following and…
David and Bathsheba
King David falls in love with Bathsheba. David arranges for B…
24 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 3 Vocab
edifice
edifice
ambidextrous
belated
a large, elaborate structure
an imposing building
equally skillful with either hand
delayed
edifice
a large, elaborate structure
edifice
an imposing building
19 terms
Narrative Elements - Lit/Comp 9
Point of View (POV)
1st Person POV
3rd Person POV
Setting
the perspective of the narrator; usually 1st and 3rd person,…
story told using 'I'; the narrator is telling the story from…
limited - story is told using 'he', 'she'; the narrator is te…
the time and place of a story; includes the specific and gene…
Point of View (POV)
the perspective of the narrator; usually 1st and 3rd person,…
1st Person POV
story told using 'I'; the narrator is telling the story from…
26 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 2 Vocab
amalgamate
demented
hone
beleaguer
to combine
mentally ill; insane
to sharpen
to besiege by encircling (as with an army); to harass
amalgamate
to combine
demented
mentally ill; insane
23 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 1 Vocab
licentious
numismatist
paucity
fatalistic
morally unrestrained
a coin collector
a scarcity; a lack
believing that all events in life are inevitable and determin…
licentious
morally unrestrained
numismatist
a coin collector
15 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 11 Vocab
flagrant
patrician
emissary
kindred
glaringly bad; outrageous
an aristocrat
one sent on a special mission to represent otheres
having a similar origin, nature, or character
flagrant
glaringly bad; outrageous
patrician
an aristocrat
28 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 8 Vocab
beget
beget
educe
educe
to produce
to make happen
to draw
to bring out
beget
to produce
beget
to make happen
23 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 6 Vocab
nepotism
begrudge
begrudge
mandarin
favoritism shown to family or friends by those in power, espe…
to resent another's success
to envy
an influential person
nepotism
favoritism shown to family or friends by those in power, espe…
begrudge
to resent another's success
11 terms
Biblical Allusions #4
Mark
Lucifer
Manna
Mary and Joesph
The 2nd gospel of the New Testament, but probably the first o…
Often portrayed as carrying a torch, his name means "bearer o…
The name of the food that the Israelites ate during their 40…
The angel Gabriel came to Mary saying that she will carry the…
Mark
The 2nd gospel of the New Testament, but probably the first o…
Lucifer
Often portrayed as carrying a torch, his name means "bearer o…
15 terms
Jane Eyre List 1: Characterization
altruistic
amicable
ardent
belligerent
adj. showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the wel…
having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement…
burning with enthusiasm; passionate
hostile and aggressive
altruistic
adj. showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the wel…
amicable
having a spirit of friendliness; without serious disagreement…
29 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 5 Vocab
jaded
jaded
gist
advocate
worn out
dulled, as from overindulgence
the main point
to recommend
jaded
worn out
jaded
dulled, as from overindulgence
33 terms
Comp & Lit Lesson 4 Vocab
elude
elude
fallow
fallow
to escape notice
to get away from
inactive
unproductive
elude
to escape notice
elude
to get away from
12 terms
Biblical Allusions #1
Abraham and Isaac
Absalom
Apostles
Armageddon
The first two patriarchs of the Bible. To test his faith, God…
The ambitious son of King David who killed his brothers and r…
The Greek term for "send away," and the 12 closest companions…
Coined in the Book of Revelations in the New Testament it is…
Abraham and Isaac
The first two patriarchs of the Bible. To test his faith, God…
Absalom
The ambitious son of King David who killed his brothers and r…
6 terms
Le verbe être
je
tu
il, elle, on
nous
suis
es
est
sommes
je
suis
tu
es
18 terms
American Lit/Comp set #7
Ambulatory
Circumvent
Cuckold
Didactic
Able to walk
outwit; evade; outsmart; baffle; avoid; get around
A man whose wife is unfaithful
Intended for instruction
Ambulatory
Able to walk
Circumvent
outwit; evade; outsmart; baffle; avoid; get around
Comp Lit Vocab
annihilate
correlate
expendable
infinitesimally
destroy utterly
establish a connection
capable of being consumed or not reused
small or minute
annihilate
destroy utterly
correlate
establish a connection
87 terms
Intro to Lit and Comp Midterm Review
Analyze
Artistic Medium
Central Idea
Cite
To break down a topic or issue into parts and study them for…
A channel or form of artistic communication... Song, Poem, Book,…
The abstract idea or process a text centers around or is abou…
To display
Analyze
To break down a topic or issue into parts and study them for…
Artistic Medium
A channel or form of artistic communication... Song, Poem, Book,…
TKM Cards
Atticus
Pessimism
Optimism
Calpurnia
The Christ Figure in TKM
Thinking every thing is bad
Thinking every thing is good
The surrogate mother of Scout and Jem
Atticus
The Christ Figure in TKM
Pessimism
Thinking every thing is bad
AP Literature Terms (with images)
Allegory
Alliteration
Anaphora
Apostrophe
The representation of abstract ideas or principles by charact…
The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning o…
Repetition of a word or phrase at the beginning of successive…
When a character speaks to a character or object that is not…
Allegory
The representation of abstract ideas or principles by charact…
Alliteration
The repetition of the same consonant sound at the beginning o…
17 terms
American Lit/Comp set #8
Apothecary
Colloquial
Curate
Dissemble
Druggist
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
A member of the clergy who assists a vicar or rector.
Conceal ones true motives, beliefs or feeling
Apothecary
Druggist
Colloquial
Characteristic of ordinary conversation rather than formal sp…
12 terms
Literary Terms (Wigand mid-term)
components of a setting
round characters
flat characters
dynamic
geographical location, time period, socio-economic characteri…
convincing, true to life, different and sometimes contradicto…
stereotyped, shallow, often symbolic
undergo change or development, often because something happen…
components of a setting
geographical location, time period, socio-economic characteri…
round characters
convincing, true to life, different and sometimes contradicto…
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