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Kayra Galvez
Flashcards by Kayra Galvez, updated more than 1 year ago
Kayra Galvez
Created by Kayra Galvez about 6 years ago

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1 SURROUND he area that is near and around a place: The house is set in lush surrounds and has views of the ocean.
2 Aside on or to one side; to or at a short distance apart; away from some position or direction. I have to do homework and aside i have to study.
3 Comission Is the act of passing a responsibility to someone else. The comission of United States is at the army.
4 Swamp. originally means to get rid of the malaria-carrying mosquitoes by draining the swamp. The movie "Shrek" was n a swamp.
5 spot a small, usually round area of colour that is differently coloured or lighter or darker than the surface around it. He had a spot of grease on his tie.
6 hidden concealed; obscure; covert: Hidden meaning; hidden hostility.
7 myth Someting that is not true at all. The story that we hear was a myth.
8 dedication Something that you did. I made my homework wth dedication.
9 steel Something really hard. My table is made by steel.
10 Bronze Something like gold. The medal is made by bronze
11 sneak a long limbless reptile that has no eyelids,
12 to become strong; to be established to become strong; to be established
13 set a side the policy of taking land out of production to reduce crop surpluses.
14 Buy them off If you say that a person or organization buys off another person or group, you are criticizing the fact that they are giving them something such as money so that they will not complain or cause trouble.
15 swift happening quickly or promptly.
16 complex consisting of many different and connected parts.
17 voyage a long journey involving travel by sea or in space.
18 tangible perceptible by touch
19 Fearsome frightening, especially in appearance.
20 slaughter kill (animals) for food.
21 accord The committee worked in accord on the bill, and it eventually passed.
22 issue some situation or event that is thought about
23 approach move towards.
24 establish A small French colony, Port Louis, was established on East Falkland in 1764 and handed to the Spanish three years later.
25 utter without qualification
26 engage consume all of one's attention or time
27 stock capital raised by a corporation through the issue of shares
28 vain unproductive of success
29 render give an interpretation of
30 appeal be attractive to
31 agastopia admiration of a particular part of someone’s body
32 mayority more than half of the votes in an election Republicans need just four seats in the Senate to take control as the majority party.
33 undertake enter upon an activity or enterprise An autopsy has reportedly been undertaken but the results are not expected for several weeks.
34 bent fixed in your purpose The business-oriented constituency of the Republican Party, Jacobs said, has been weakened by a faction bent on lowering taxes and cutting spending.
35 venture proceed somewhere despite the risk of possible dangers Clearly he would not venture to descend while his enemy moved
36 compel force somebody to do something But the flames grew too large, compelling firefighters to call off the rescue.
37 furnish provide with objects or articles that make a room usable Instead, according to court documents, the money went toward furnishing mansions, flying in private jets, and retaining a $120,000-a-year personal hairstylist.
38 yield give or supply It is a very important honey plant, as it yields an exceptionally pure nectar and remains in bloom a long time.
39 confer a binding agreement that is enforceable by law Contracts with utilities will be signed starting next month, he said.
40 bibble to drink often; to eat and/or drink noisily
41 Interwords The customs and manners of a social group or culture. Mores often serve as moral guidelines for acceptable behavior but are not necessarily religious or ethical.
42 Bolt A bolt is a type of metal fastener. The word bolt is also used for a single ray of lightning (a lightning bolt). Finally, bolt is a verb meaning to run extremely fast.
43 Draft The noun draft refers to a current of air into an enclosed space. For example, if there’s a space under your front door, there will be a draft in the house and it might get cold.
44 current The adjective current describes something that is modern or happening now. Current as a noun refers to the direction and speed of flow of a liquid (such as water in the ocean or in a river), gas, or electricity.
45 harbor A harbor (noun) is a sheltered area of water that is deep enough so that ships can anchor there. The verb harbor means to provide shelter. For example, it is a crime to harbor a fugitive (a criminal who is running away from the police or legal authorities). You can also harbor negative feelings such as resentment or a grudge, meaning to keep those feelings alive inside you.
46 hatch Hatch (verb) refers to the process of a baby bird coming out of its egg. A hatch (noun) is an opening in the floor, ceiling, or wall of a ship or aircraft, often having a door on hinges.
47 racket Hatch (verb) refers to the process of a baby bird coming out of its egg. A hatch (noun) is an opening in the floor, ceiling, or wall of a ship or aircraft, often having a door on hinges.
48 quell suppress or crush completely
49 lucid transparently clear; easily understandable
50 empathy understanding and entering into another's feelings
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