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Vocabulary for Achievement sixth course #1
Cognate
Inflection
orthography
Paradigm
A word that looks like and is related to another word in a di…
Alteration of pitch or tone of voice
The study of the letters and spelling system of a language
The set of inflected forms of a word
Cognate
A word that looks like and is related to another word in a di…
Inflection
Alteration of pitch or tone of voice
20 terms
Vocabulary For Achievement, 4th course: Lessons 1 and 2
acronym (n)
affix
coinage (n)
colloquial (adj)
a word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
1. (n) a prefix or suffix... 2. (v) to attach a part to the begi…
1. the invention of new words... 2. an invented word or phrase... 3…
typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym (n)
a word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
affix
1. (n) a prefix or suffix... 2. (v) to attach a part to the begi…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement, 4th Course, Lesson 1
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
(n) an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other…
(v) stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else... (n…
(n) 1.coins collectively.... "the volume of coinage in circulati…
(adj) used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal o…
acronym
(n) an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other…
affix
(v) stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else... (n…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Introductory Course Lesson 1
antonym
concept
context
derivative
A word that means the opposite of another word
A thought or an idea
a. The words surrounding a word that makes its meaning clear…
A word formed from another word
antonym
A word that means the opposite of another word
concept
A thought or an idea
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement First Course Lesson 1
abridged
browse
citation
compendium
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
1. to look over reading material, sampling different parts... 2.…
1. a reference to or a quotation from an authority... 2. an offi…
1. a short but complete written summary... 2. a collection that…
abridged
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
browse
1. to look over reading material, sampling different parts... 2.…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Second Course Lesson 1
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
noun--A unique form of a language, spoken by people from a co…
noun--clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
articulate
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
30 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement First Course lessons 1-4
abridged
browse
citation
compendium
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
1. to look over reading material, sampling different parts... 2.…
1. a reference to or a quotation from an authority... 2. an offi…
1. a short but complete written summary... 2. a collection that…
abridged
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
browse
1. to look over reading material, sampling different parts... 2.…
12 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement - Introductory Course - Lesson 1
antonym
concept
context
derivative
A word that means the opposite of another word
A thought or an idea
a. The words surrounding a word that makes its meaning clear…
A word formed from another word
antonym
A word that means the opposite of another word
concept
A thought or an idea
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Course 3: Lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or applicable; ancient
the informal, specialized vocabulary of a particular group
the ideas or meanings suggested by a word
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
the informal, specialized vocabulary of a particular group
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Fourth Course Review 1-2
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
prefix or suffix
invention of new words
conversational
acronym
word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
affix
prefix or suffix
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Vocabulary for Achievement Fourth Course lesson 1
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
A word element, such as a prefix or suffix, that is attached…
The invention of new words... An invented word or phrase... The pro…
typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
affix
A word element, such as a prefix or suffix, that is attached…
80 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement (First Course) Lessons 1 - 8
homonym
gazeteer
phonetics
abridged
a word that sounds the same as another
a dictionary of places
the study of language sounds
shortened
homonym
a word that sounds the same as another
gazeteer
a dictionary of places
40 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement - Fourth Course - Lessons 1-4
beguile
benevolent
decorum
demeanor
to charm; to delight
for the benefit of charity
appropriateness
one's manner
beguile
to charm; to delight
benevolent
for the benefit of charity
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement fourth course lessons 1 and 2
Acronym
Affix
Coinage
Colloquial
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
A. A prefix or suffix... B. To attach a part to the beginning or…
A. The invention of new words... B. An invented word or phrase... C…
Typical or informal language usage;conversational
Acronym
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
Affix
A. A prefix or suffix... B. To attach a part to the beginning or…
60 terms
Vocabulary For Achievement (6th Course) Lessons 1-6
Cognate
Inflection
Orthography
Paradigm
a. (n) a word that looks like & is related to another word in…
a. (n) alteration of pitch or tone of voice... b. (n) the additi…
The study of the letters and spelling system of a language
a. (n) the set of inflected forms of a word... b. (n) a model or…
Cognate
a. (n) a word that looks like & is related to another word in…
Inflection
a. (n) alteration of pitch or tone of voice... b. (n) the additi…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Fourth Course Lessons 1 and 2
Acronym
Affix
Coinage
Colloquial
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
A. A prefix or suffix... B. To attach a part to the beginning or…
A. The invention of new words... B. An invented word or phrase... C…
Typical or informal language usage;conversational
Acronym
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
Affix
A. A prefix or suffix... B. To attach a part to the beginning or…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Course 3: Lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or applicable; ancient
the informal, specialized vocabulary of a particular group
the ideas or meanings suggested by a word
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
the informal, specialized vocabulary of a particular group
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement-Fifth Course- Lessons 1 and 2
contingent
eventuality
implausible
inconceivable
conditional
possibility
difficult to believe
impossible to comprehend or grasp fully
contingent
conditional
eventuality
possibility
Vocabulary for Achievement Second Course Lesson 1
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
noun--A unique form of a language, spoken by people from a co…
noun--clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
articulate
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement First Course Lesson 1
abridged
browse
citation
compendium
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
1. to look over reading material, sampling different parts... 2.…
1. a reference to or a quotation from an authority... 2. an offi…
1. a short but complete written summary... 2. a collection that…
abridged
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
browse
1. to look over reading material, sampling different parts... 2.…
60 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement 4th Course Lesson 1-6
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
(n) an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other…
(v) stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else... (n…
(n) 1.coins collectively.... "the volume of coinage in circulati…
(adj) used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal o…
acronym
(n) an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other…
affix
(v) stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else... (n…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement-Fifth Course- Lessons 1 and 2
contingent
eventuality
implausible
inconceivable
conditional
possibility
difficult to believe
impossible to comprehend or grasp fully
contingent
conditional
eventuality
possibility
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Vocabulary for Achievement Second Course Lesson 1
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
noun--A unique form of a language, spoken by people from a co…
noun--clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
articulate
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
60 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement 4th Course Lesson 1-6
acronym
affix
coinage
colloquial
(n) an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other…
(v) stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else... (n…
(n) 1.coins collectively.... "the volume of coinage in circulati…
(adj) used in ordinary or familiar conversation; not formal o…
acronym
(n) an abbreviation formed from the initial letters of other…
affix
(v) stick, attach, or fasten (something) to something else... (n…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement - Introductory Course - Lesson 1
antonym
concept
context
derivative
A word that means the opposite of another word
A thought or an idea
a. The words surrounding a word that makes its meaning clear…
A word formed from another word
antonym
A word that means the opposite of another word
concept
A thought or an idea
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement (Fourth Course) Lesson 1
metonymy
spoonerism
acronym
diminutive
the use of a closely related word as a substitute
a comical switching of the first sounds of words
a word made from first letters
a suffix indicating smallness
metonymy
the use of a closely related word as a substitute
spoonerism
a comical switching of the first sounds of words
30 terms
Chapters 1-3 - Vocabulary for Achievement: Sixth Course
cognate
inflection
orthography
paradigm
a word related to another word in a different language
a change in the form of a word
the study of a language's writing or spelling system
a model for a way of viewing things
cognate
a word related to another word in a different language
inflection
a change in the form of a word
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement 5th Course Lesson 1
Annotation
Appellation
Eponym
Linguistics
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
(n.) a name, title, or designation
(n.) a person whose name is, or is thought to be, the source…
(n.) the study of the nature, structure, and variation of lan…
Annotation
(n.) a critical or explanatory note or comment, especially fo…
Appellation
(n.) a name, title, or designation
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement (Second Course) Lesson 1
diction
peer
stress
dialect
clearness of speech
an equal in age or position
pressure or strain
a regional form of a language
diction
clearness of speech
peer
an equal in age or position
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Vocabulary for Achievement, Second Course - Lesson 1
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
(n.) a style of pronunciation typical of people from a certai…
(adj.) skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effectively…
(n.) a unique form of a language, spoken by people from a cou…
(n.) clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
(n.) a style of pronunciation typical of people from a certai…
articulate
(adj.) skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effectively…
10 terms
Vocabulary For Achievement Fourth Course: Lesson 1
Acronym
Affix
Coinage
Colloquial
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
a prefix or suffix, to attach something
The invention of new words, the making of metal coins
Typical use of informal language usage; conversational
Acronym
A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
Affix
a prefix or suffix, to attach something
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement (Second Course) Lesson 1
diction
peer
stress
dialect
clearness of speech
an equal in age or position
pressure or strain
a regional form of a language
diction
clearness of speech
peer
an equal in age or position
80 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement (Fourth Course) Lessons 1 - 8
mitigate
conciliatory
extricate
renovate
to make less severe
appeasing; peacemaking
to release from entanglement
to restore
mitigate
to make less severe
conciliatory
appeasing; peacemaking
100 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Course 1 L1-10
abridged
browse
citation
compendium
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
to look over reading material, sampling different parts
a reference to or quotation from an authority
a short but complete written summary
abridged
shortened, usually in reference to a written or spoken work
browse
to look over reading material, sampling different parts
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement, Third Course - Lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
adj: no longer used or applicable; ancient
noun: the informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of…
noun: ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associations tha…
noun: the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
adj: no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
noun: the informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement, third course, Lesson 1
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
no longer used or applicable, ancient
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of a part…
ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associations that go b…
the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
no longer used or applicable, ancient
argot
the informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of a part…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement (First Course) Lesson 1
homonym
gazeteer
phonetics
abridged
a word that sounds the same as another
a dictionary of places
the study of language sounds
shortened
homonym
a word that sounds the same as another
gazeteer
a dictionary of places
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement 3rd Course Lesson 1
Archaic
Argot
Connotation
Denotation
Referring to words and language that were once common but are…
The informal vocabulary used by a particular class or group,…
The mental connections or associations suggested by a word th…
The exact meaning of a word
Archaic
Referring to words and language that were once common but are…
Argot
The informal vocabulary used by a particular class or group,…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement: Third Course: Lesson 1-2
archaic
argot
connotation
denotation
(adj) no longer used or applicable; ancient
(n) informal, specialized vocabulary used by a particular cla…
(n) ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associations that…
(n) the most direct or specific meaning of a word
archaic
(adj) no longer used or applicable; ancient
argot
(n) informal, specialized vocabulary used by a particular cla…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement ;Introductory Course; Lessons 1-2
antonym
concept
context
derivative
Noun... A word with an opposite meaning of another word
Noun... A thought or an idea
Noun... The words surrounding a word that makes it meaning clear…
Noun... A word formed from another word
antonym
Noun... A word with an opposite meaning of another word
concept
Noun... A thought or an idea
240 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Fifth Course Lessons 1-24
annotation, annotate
appellation
eponym, eponymous
linguistics, linguistic, linguist
a critical or explanatory note
a name, title, or designation
a person whose name is or is thought to be the source of some…
the study of nature, structure, and variation of languagems
annotation, annotate
a critical or explanatory note
appellation
a name, title, or designation
20 terms
Vocabulary For Achievement, 4th course: Lessons 1 and 2
acronym (n)
affix
coinage (n)
colloquial (adj)
a word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
1. (n) a prefix or suffix... 2. (v) to attach a part to the begi…
1. the invention of new words... 2. an invented word or phrase... 3…
typical of informal language usage; conversational
acronym (n)
a word formed from the first letter of each word in a series
affix
1. (n) a prefix or suffix... 2. (v) to attach a part to the begi…
60 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Third Course Lesson 1-6
Archaic
Argot
Connotation
Denotation
No long used or applicable; ancient
Informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of a particul…
Ideas or meanings suggested by a word; associations that go b…
The most direct or specific meaning of a word
Archaic
No long used or applicable; ancient
Argot
Informal, specialized vocabulary or expressions of a particul…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Course 1- Lesson 8
bliss
compassion
dismay
ecstatic
extreme joy leading to contentment
The feeling of sharing the suffering of another
To discourage or upset
extremely overjoyed
bliss
extreme joy leading to contentment
compassion
The feeling of sharing the suffering of another
Vocabulary for Achievement Course 1: Lesson 6
contemplate
conviction
disseminate
engross
to consider carefully and thoughtfully
a very strong belief or opinion; being found guilty
to make widely known; to spread
to occupy the mind completely; absorb
contemplate
to consider carefully and thoughtfully
conviction
a very strong belief or opinion; being found guilty
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Second Course Lesson 1
accent
articulate
dialect
diction
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
noun--A unique form of a language, spoken by people from a co…
noun--clearness of speech or pronunciation
accent
a. noun--A style of pronunciation typical of people from a ce…
articulate
a. adjective--Skilled in expressing oneself clearly and effec…
20 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Fourth Course: Lessons 1-4
beguile
benevolent
decorum
demeanor
to charm; to delight
for the benefit of charity
appropriateness
one's manner
beguile
to charm; to delight
benevolent
for the benefit of charity
40 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement - Fourth Course - Lessons 1-4
beguile
benevolent
decorum
demeanor
to charm; to delight
for the benefit of charity
appropriateness
one's manner
beguile
to charm; to delight
benevolent
for the benefit of charity
109 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement(Sixth Course) 1-11
exalt
exhort
garrulous
titanic
to raise in ranking or status, or to glorify ... -the peasant ex…
to urge by a strong argument ... -I exhorted my friend to asking…
wordy and rambling, excessive talk ... -I was late cuz I ran int…
enourmous size, strength and or power... -the titanic ship was s…
exalt
to raise in ranking or status, or to glorify ... -the peasant ex…
exhort
to urge by a strong argument ... -I exhorted my friend to asking…
10 terms
Vocabulary for Achievement Introductory Course Lesson 1
antonym
concept
context
derivative
A word that means the opposite of another word
A thought or an idea
a. The words surrounding a word that makes its meaning clear…
A word formed from another word
antonym
A word that means the opposite of another word
concept
A thought or an idea
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