Study sets matching "vocabulary 1 12"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "vocabulary 1 12"

12.1 & 12.2 Vocabulary
Double helix
Nucleosome
Semiconservative replication
DNA polymerase
Twisted-ladder shape of DNA, formed by two nucleotide strands…
Repeating subunit of chromatin fibers, consisting of DNA coil…
Method of DNA replication in which parental strands separate,…
Enzyme that catalyzes synthesis of new DNA.
Double helix
Twisted-ladder shape of DNA, formed by two nucleotide strands…
Nucleosome
Repeating subunit of chromatin fibers, consisting of DNA coil…
10 terms
Vocabulary 12-1 Definitions
a boaster; boastful in a loud, annoyin…
the act of making clear or understanda…
sad, without hope, discouraged
to steal property entrusted to one's c…
braggart
clarification
despondent
embezzle
a boaster; boastful in a loud, annoyin…
braggart
the act of making clear or understanda…
clarification
16 terms
English 12: Vocabulary List #1
Zen
avid
bias
coup
meditation as a key to understanding the universe
very eager; greedy; keenly desirous
prejudice; partiality; preference
an unexpected masterstroke; a brilliant strategy
Zen
meditation as a key to understanding the universe
avid
very eager; greedy; keenly desirous
10 terms
12-1 vocabulary
heredity
trait
genetics
fertilization
the passing of traits from parents to offspring
a physical characteristic of organisms
the scientific study of heredity
process by which egg and sperm cells join
heredity
the passing of traits from parents to offspring
trait
a physical characteristic of organisms
Vocabulary 1-12
description (noun)
describe (verb)
interpret (verb)
contribute (verb)
The words that describe or tell about something
To write or tell about something
To tell, explain or understand the meaning of
to do something for or give something to a person or cause
description (noun)
The words that describe or tell about something
describe (verb)
To write or tell about something
11 terms
Vocabulary 1.12
shapes
oval
Star
Black
shapes
oval
10 terms
Vocabulary Lesson 1/LA 12
benighted
clime
ethereal
excruciating
unenlightened; ignorant
poetic; a region as defined by its climate
of the heavens; delicate; intangible
unbearably painful; agonizing
benighted
unenlightened; ignorant
clime
poetic; a region as defined by its climate
12 terms
Vocabulary 1-12
analyze
inferring
dependent variable
mean
to examine methodically by separating into parts and studying…
to conclude by reasoning from evidence; deduce
the observed variable in an experiment or study whose changes…
the average of a set of numbers
analyze
to examine methodically by separating into parts and studying…
inferring
to conclude by reasoning from evidence; deduce
48 terms
Q1 Vocabulary - G12
conceived
stifled
causeless
stealthily
v. to form an idea or notion of
v. to crush; suppress; smother
adj. unfounded; without reason
adv. something done secretly, slyly or in a manner designed n…
conceived
v. to form an idea or notion of
stifled
v. to crush; suppress; smother
10 terms
12 Lesson 1 -- Vocabulary
banal
bellicose
finesse
glib
ADJ commonplace; trite; stale from overuse
ADJ quarrelsome; hostile; inclined to fighting
NOUN delicate skill; subtlety... VERB to bring about with skill;…
ADJ done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speaking…
banal
ADJ commonplace; trite; stale from overuse
bellicose
ADJ quarrelsome; hostile; inclined to fighting
Vocabulary List 12-1
accumulate
appreciation
conform
persistence
to gather or pile up
recognition of the quality, significance, or value of someone…
to be similar to or match something to someone; to act or be…
the act or quality of holding firmly to a purpose or task in…
accumulate
to gather or pile up
appreciation
recognition of the quality, significance, or value of someone…
10 terms
English 12-Vocabulary #1
bracken
coarse
desolate
forlorn
large, coarse ferns
rough in texture
deserted; joyless
sad and lonely
bracken
large, coarse ferns
coarse
rough in texture
12 terms
1-12 Vocabulary
abjure
abrogate
abstemious
acumen
(verb) To recant; renounce or repudiate
(verb) To abolish, do away with or annul
(adj) Eating and drinking in moderation
(noun) Quickness and keenness of judgment or insight
abjure
(verb) To recant; renounce or repudiate
abrogate
(verb) To abolish, do away with or annul
Vocabulary 12.1
courageous
external
anthology
idiosyncrasy
Adjective-possessing or characterized by courage; brave:
Adjective-of or relating to the outside or outer part; outer:
Noun-a book or other collection of selected writings by vario…
Noun-a characteristic, habit, mannerism, or the like, that is…
courageous
Adjective-possessing or characterized by courage; brave:
external
Adjective-of or relating to the outside or outer part; outer:
12 terms
Immigration Vocabulary 1-12
Group of people with common heritage o…
An act of immigrating
cruel oppression or harrassment for re…
people who are boundby contract to wor…
ethnic
immigration
persecution
indentured servant
Group of people with common heritage o…
ethnic
An act of immigrating
immigration
20 terms
English 1 Vocabulary 12
abduct
ambiguous
balk
compact
to kidnap
not clear, having two or more possible meanings
to stop short or refuse to go
closely packed together or agreement
abduct
to kidnap
ambiguous
not clear, having two or more possible meanings
12 terms
Weather Vocabulary 1-12
air mass
air pressure
climate
cloud
a large body of air that has the same temperature and level o…
the weight of the air in an area
the average weather conditions of an area over a very long pe…
a collection of millions of tiny water droplets or ice crystals
air mass
a large body of air that has the same temperature and level o…
air pressure
the weight of the air in an area
20 terms
English 12 Vocabulary List 1
abbreviate
abstinence
benevolent
collaborate
To shorten or condense
Restraining from indulgences
Well-meaning and kind
Working with someone to produce or create
abbreviate
To shorten or condense
abstinence
Restraining from indulgences
10 terms
12 Lit - vocabulary #1
Retroactive
Ambivalent
Vigilant
Meticulous
to apply a law to a time in the past
simultaneously feeling opposite feelings
alertly watchful
extremely careful and precise
Retroactive
to apply a law to a time in the past
Ambivalent
simultaneously feeling opposite feelings
15 terms
LA 12- vocabulary #1
Tract-
intractable
protracted
Duct-
to pull, to drag, to draw
(adj) hard to control or deal with; (of a person) difficult o…
(adj) drawn out, prolonged, lasting longer than usual
to lead
Tract-
to pull, to drag, to draw
intractable
(adj) hard to control or deal with; (of a person) difficult o…
12.1 Vocabulary
Force
Newton
net force
friction
a push or pull that acts on an object
the force that causes a 1 Kg mass to accelerate at 1 m/s/s -…
the overall force acting on a object after all the forces are…
the force that opposes motion
Force
a push or pull that acts on an object
Newton
the force that causes a 1 Kg mass to accelerate at 1 m/s/s -…
ENG 12 - Week 1 - VOCABULARY
Altruistic
Ambivalent
Aversion
Disparity
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others,... generous
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain... as to course…
strong disinclination, disliking
inequality, the condition or fact of being unequal... in age, ra…
Altruistic
unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others,... generous
Ambivalent
having contrary feelings or attitudes, uncertain... as to course…
12.1 Vocabulary
Complementary Base Pairing
DNA Helicase
DNA Polymerase
Nucleotides
the manner in which the nitrogenous bases of the DNA molecule…
an enzyme that catalyzes the energy-depended unwinding of the…
enzymes that create DNA molecules by assembling nucleotides,…
a compound consisting of a nucleoside linked to a phosphate g…
Complementary Base Pairing
the manner in which the nitrogenous bases of the DNA molecule…
DNA Helicase
an enzyme that catalyzes the energy-depended unwinding of the…
Intermediate 1: Vocabulary Week 12
peddler
swell
drudgery
outrage
n. someone who sells things in small amounts often by traveli…
v. to become larger than normal
n. unpleasant, repetitive, and exhaustive work
n. to offend, to anger and to cause resentment
peddler
n. someone who sells things in small amounts often by traveli…
swell
v. to become larger than normal
Unit 12 Vocabulary 12.1
claim
donate
accuse of
deserve sympathy
заявлять; требовать; предъявлять требования;
дарить, жаловать, жертвовать
обвинить в чем-то
заслуживать снисхождения
claim
заявлять; требовать; предъявлять требования;
donate
дарить, жаловать, жертвовать
12 terms
12-1-15 Vocabulary
anechoic
compressed
cyborg
fabricated
not echoing
pressed or squeezed together
a person whose body is enhanced by mechanical or electrical d…
made or built
anechoic
not echoing
compressed
pressed or squeezed together
21 terms
12-1-15 Vocabulary
adenosine receptors
antibodies
arborists
caffeine
a structure or site, found on the surface of a cell or within…
proteins that neutralize toxins
experts in planting and caring for trees
a chemical stimulant drug added to beverages to give an energ…
adenosine receptors
a structure or site, found on the surface of a cell or within…
antibodies
proteins that neutralize toxins
HP12 Vocabulary List #1
brevity
concise
laconic
pithy
briefness, shortness
Brief and to the point
using few words
brief and full of meaning and substance; concise
brevity
briefness, shortness
concise
Brief and to the point
10 terms
Vocabulary 12/1-12/4
comply
compose
concept
convert
to do as one is asked or ordered
v: to make up or create; adj: calm
an idea
to change from one thing to another
comply
to do as one is asked or ordered
compose
v: to make up or create; adj: calm
16 terms
12.1 "tremores" vocabulary
epistula
fundus
nubes
terra
letter
farm
cloud
earth
epistula
letter
fundus
farm
22 terms
Vocabulary 1-12
accolade
accolade
acrimony
angst
a expression of approval
a special acknowledgement, such as an award
bitter, sharp hostility, especially in speech
a feeling of anxiety or apprehension
accolade
a expression of approval
accolade
a special acknowledgement, such as an award
10 terms
Vocabulary 1/12/17
Muffler
Batty
Wardrobe
Stag
Scarf worn to protect the neck; device attached to exhaust sy…
Mentally unstable; crazy
A room, closet or chest where clothes are kept
A male deer; a gathering of men only
Muffler
Scarf worn to protect the neck; device attached to exhaust sy…
Batty
Mentally unstable; crazy
10 terms
12/1/16 Vocabulary
Antics
Distaste
Function
Indication
playful tricks or actions
dislike or disapproval
perform activities
something that makes a point or gives a sign
Antics
playful tricks or actions
Distaste
dislike or disapproval
12 terms
SAT Lesson 12 A Vocabulary #1-12
abridge
alacrity
antipathy
augment
to shorten; to diminish... Sentence: Instead of reading the enti…
prompt and cheerful response... Sentence: The girl demonstrated…
a dislike, distaste, or enmity... Sentence: Squidward's obvious…
to make greater or to supplement... Sentence: We must ___ our su…
abridge
to shorten; to diminish... Sentence: Instead of reading the enti…
alacrity
prompt and cheerful response... Sentence: The girl demonstrated…
12 terms
Vocabulary 3.1 A (1-12)
A ellos les gusta correr.
A mis amigos y a mí nos gusta cantar.
A mí me gusta comer.
¿Qué te gusta hacer?
They like to run.
My friends and I like to sing.
I like to eat.
What do you like to do?
A ellos les gusta correr.
They like to run.
A mis amigos y a mí nos gusta cantar.
My friends and I like to sing.
34 terms
English 12 Vocabulary 1
Inference (n.)
Connotation (n.)
Archetype (n.)
Converge (v.)
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
An idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
An old imaginative pattern that appears in literature of diff…
To move toward one point and join together.
Inference (n.)
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
Connotation (n.)
An idea or feeling that a word invokes in addition to its lit…
15 terms
12-1-15 Vocabulary
abalones
climate change
control
cremated
an edible kind of sea snail
a long-term change in the earth's climate, especially a chang…
a standard of comparison for checking or verifying the result…
burned
abalones
an edible kind of sea snail
climate change
a long-term change in the earth's climate, especially a chang…
Science 12.1 Vocabulary
Water Cycle
Evaporation
Condensation
Humidity
The movement of water through Earth's systems, powered by the…
The process by which molecules of liquid water escape into th…
The process by which water vapor becomes liquid water.
The measure of the amount of water vapor in the air.
Water Cycle
The movement of water through Earth's systems, powered by the…
Evaporation
The process by which molecules of liquid water escape into th…
22 terms
wk12- Sp1 Vocabulary
su madre
su hija
yo tampoco
arepas
her mother
her daughter
me neither
corn cakes
su madre
her mother
su hija
her daughter
12 terms
LA 12 Vocabulary Lesson 1
glib
lugubrious
finesse
nemesis
done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speaking too…
sad or mournful, often to an exaggerated degree; doleful
delicate skill; subtlety; to bring about with skill; to evade
an avenger; an unbeatable rival; a person who punishes anothe…
glib
done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speaking too…
lugubrious
sad or mournful, often to an exaggerated degree; doleful
CMC Vocabulary 1-12
quay
melancholy
garrisoned
skiff
a landing on the edge of the water; wharf; pier
Sadness
Assign troops for protection
small boat
quay
a landing on the edge of the water; wharf; pier
melancholy
Sadness
Units 1-12 Vocabulary
dextra -ae f.
ignis -is m.
ira -ae f.
nomen nominis n.
right hand
fire
anger
name
dextra -ae f.
right hand
ignis -is m.
fire
Eng 1; Vocabulary 12
Wily
Denomination
Aptitude
Compromise
(adj) Skilled at gaining an advantage; crafty
(n) A group or branch of any religion
(n) Natural ability to do something
(n) A settlement of differences
Wily
(adj) Skilled at gaining an advantage; crafty
Denomination
(n) A group or branch of any religion
11 terms
Week 1 Vocabulary 11/12
assimilation
oppression
bias
microaggression
Adopting the traits of another culture. Often happens over ti…
the use of authority or power in a cruel or unjust manner
Individual favors the in-group and devalues out-groups.... Preju…
Everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs,…
assimilation
Adopting the traits of another culture. Often happens over ti…
oppression
the use of authority or power in a cruel or unjust manner
11 terms
PPHS English 12 Vocabulary Group #1
acumen
bellicose
chicanery
diffident
The ability to make good judgments and quick decisions
Demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight.
The use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or leg…
Modest or shy because of a lack in self confidence.
acumen
The ability to make good judgments and quick decisions
bellicose
Demonstrating aggression and willingness to fight.
15 terms
English 1 Vocabulary 12
Adjunct
Macabre
Farcical
Debonair
Adj. Connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or…
Adj. Horrible, grim
Adj. Absurd; ridiculously clusmy
Adj. Carefree and self-confident in manner; elegant and graci…
Adjunct
Adj. Connected or attached to in a dependent, subordinate, or…
Macabre
Adj. Horrible, grim
20 terms
English 12 Vocabulary #1
suppliant
lament
venerable
blight
someone begging; someone asking humbly
To mourn;... to express sorrow; to grieve
(adj.) deserving of respect because of age or achievement (Th…
1. (n.) a plague, disease (The potato blight destroyed the ha…
suppliant
someone begging; someone asking humbly
lament
To mourn;... to express sorrow; to grieve
20 terms
Vocabulary 1/9 - 1/12
transfer
different
conference
construction
move from one place to another
unlike in nature or quality
a meeting for the purpose of discussing varying points of vie…
The act or process of building, erecting, or constructing bui…
transfer
move from one place to another
different
unlike in nature or quality
18 terms
English 12 Vocabulary #1.1
rent (n)
augment (v)
docile (adj)
dirge (n)
tear or split
change in size
easily taught, managed, disciplined
slow, mournful music
rent (n)
tear or split
augment (v)
change in size
12 terms
English 1 Vocabulary Set #12
equitable (adj)
tactic (n)
facetious (adj)
coagulate (v)
fair and impartial; dealing fairly and equally with all conce…
an action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific…
joking or jesting often inappropriately; having issues with d…
(of a fluid, especially blood) change to a solid or semisolid…
equitable (adj)
fair and impartial; dealing fairly and equally with all conce…
tactic (n)
an action or strategy carefully planned to achieve a specific…
1 of 10