003 adjectives (20)

Reni Apostolova
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003 adjectives

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IMMEDIATE There are few schools in the immediate area. used to refer to something or someone that is close to, or is a cause of or an effect of, something or someone else immediate family = your closest relations, such as your parents, children, husband, or wife
BIZARRE What she was saying was rather bizarre. A bizarre thought leaped into his mind. very strange and unusual странен, особен, чудат, ексцентричен
CRUCIAL Her work has been crucial to the project's success. It is crucial that the problem is tackled immediately. extremely important or necessary решаващ, критичен, съдбоносен
TREACHEROUS Is it wise to go out in this treacherous weather? a treacherous road/path/journey very dangerous, especially because the dangers are not obvious предателски, коварен несигурен, криещ опасности
GENUINE If it is a genuine Michelangelo drawing, it will sell for millions. If something is genuine, it is real and exactly what it appears to be истински, оригинален, действителен
ALLEGED She invited the alleged princess to get some sleep. said or thought by some people to be the stated bad or illegal thing, although you have no proof за който се твърди, предполагаем; набеден
BITTER 1. Failing the final exams was a bitter disappointment for me 2. a bitter fight/argument bitter recriminations He gave me a bitter look. 1. a bitter experience causes deep pain or anger 2. expressing a lot of hate and anger = ожесточен
MURKY 1. The river was brown and murky after the storm. 2. We suspected he had a murky past. I don't want to get into the murky waters of family arguments. 1. dark and dirty or difficult to see through 2. used to describe a situation that is complicated and unpleasant, and about which many facts are not clear
INDIGENOUS Are there any species of frog indigenous to the area? So who are the indigenous people of this land? naturally existing in a place or country rather than arriving from another place местен
BILATERAL France and Germany have signed a bilateral agreement to help prevent drug smuggling. involving two groups or countries двустранен
ABRUPT /əˈbrʌpt/ an abrupt change/halt/departure Our conversation came to an abrupt end when George burst into the room. sudden and unexpected, often in an unpleasant way внезапен, рязък
SACRED sacred relics/temples 1. This area is sacred to the Apaches. 2. His daily routine is absolutely sacred to him. 1. considered to be holy and deserving respect, especially because of a connection with a god свещен, свят 2. considered too important to be changed неприкосновен, свят
DELIBERATE Some women make a deliberate choice to rear a child alone. I didn't take a deliberate decision to lose weight. It just happened. done on purpose rather than by accident преднамерен
DESTINED 1. We both felt that we were destined to meet. 2.a book destined for the Christmas market 1. certain to do something,or certain to happen in the future предопределен 2. intended for a particular purpose or person предназначен
HANDS-ON 1. hands-on computer training 2. She is very much a hands-on manager. 1. physically doing something and not only studying it or watching someone else do it практически a hands-on person is involved in something and does not let other people do all the work and make all the decisions активен, деен
HOSTILE The speaker got a hostile reception from the audience. She was openly hostile towards her parents. very unfriendly or aggressive and ready to argue or fight враждебен
INEVITABLE War now seems almost inevitable. It was inevitable that there would be job losses. A rise in the interest rates seems inevitable. that you cannot avoid or prevent неизбежен, неминуем
DAMP The cottage was cold and damp. It feels damp in here. Wipe the surface with a damp cloth slightly wet, often in a way that is unpleasant
COMPULSORY /kəmˈpʌlsəri/ It is compulsory for all motorcyclists to wear helmets. English is a compulsory subject at this level. compulsory education/schooling that must be done because of a law or a rule задължителен принудителен
FULL-ON Things were developing into a full-on catastrophe. (informal) used for emphasizing that someone or something has a lot of a particular quality пълен (цял) напълно, изцяло
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