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Vocabulary Set 10 Vocabulary Set 10 Presentation Transcript

  • Vocabulary Set 10 Bringing and Building Ways of Writing
  • port
  • port
  • portbring, carry
  • port bring, carrytransport
  • port bring, carrytransport portfolio
  • deportDefinitionExample
  • deport verbDefinitionExample
  • deport verbDefinition ~ to send out of the country (usually a person)Example
  • deport verbDefinition ~ to send out of the country (usually a person)Example If you commit a serious crime in a foreign country you might get deported.
  • deport verbDefinition ~ to send out of the country (usually a person)Example If you commit a serious crime in a foreign country you might get deported.
  • deporteeDefinitionExample
  • deportee nounDefinitionExample
  • deportee nounDefinition ~ someone who is sent out of the countryExample
  • deportee nounDefinition ~ someone who is sent out of the countryExample The deportee was forced to go back to his home country.
  • deportee nounDefinition ~ someone who is sent out of the countryExample The deportee was forced to go back to his home country.
  • exportDefinitionExample
  • export verbDefinitionExample
  • export verbDefinition ~ to send goods out of one country to another country for the purpose of sellingExample
  • export verbDefinition ~ to send goods out of one country to another country for the purpose of sellingExample Coffee is exported from Ethiopia.
  • export verbDefinition ~ to send goods out of one country to another country for the purpose of sellingExample Coffee is exported from Ethiopia.
  • importDefinitionExample
  • import verbDefinitionExample
  • import verbDefinition ~ to bring back goods from a foreign country into a country for the purpose of sellingExample
  • import verbDefinition ~ to bring back goods from a foreign country into a country for the purpose of sellingExample Those rugs were imported from India.
  • import verbDefinition ~ to bring back goods from a foreign country into a country for the purpose of sellingExample Those rugs were imported from India.
  • portableDefinitionExample
  • portable adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • portable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being carriedExample
  • portable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being carriedExample I dropped my portable laptop down the stairs.
  • portable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being carriedExample I dropped my portable laptop down the stairs.
  • struct, stru
  • struct, stru
  • struct, stru build
  • struct, stru build construct
  • struct, stru build construct instructor
  • construeDefinitionExample
  • construe verbDefinitionExample
  • construe verbDefinition ~ to explain, translate, or assume the meaning of somethingExample
  • construe verbDefinition ~ to explain, translate, or assume the meaning of somethingExample Don’t construe what he said to mean that he liked the show.
  • construe verbDefinition ~ to explain, translate, or assume the meaning of somethingExample Don’t construe what he said to mean that he liked the show.
  • destructiveDefinitionExample
  • destructive adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • destructive adjectiveDefinition ~ causing something to be destroyed or demolishedExample
  • destructive adjectiveDefinition ~ causing something to be destroyed or demolishedExample The storm was more destructive than anyone could have anticipated.
  • destructive adjectiveDefinition ~ causing something to be destroyed or demolishedExample The storm was more destructive than anyone could have anticipated.
  • instrumentalDefinitionExample
  • instrumental adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • instrumental adjectiveDefinition ~ helpful; usefulExample
  • instrumental adjectiveDefinition ~ helpful; usefulExample Memorizing the formulas was instrumental in helping her ace the math test.
  • instrumental adjectiveDefinition ~ helpful; usefulExample Memorizing the formulas was instrumental in helping her ace the math test.
  • obstructDefinitionExample
  • obstruct verbDefinitionExample
  • obstruct verbDefinition ~ to block or put obstacles in the wayExample
  • obstruct verbDefinition ~ to block or put obstacles in the wayExample The large man obstructed my view in the movie theater.
  • obstruct verbDefinition ~ to block or put obstacles in the wayExample The large man obstructed my view in the movie theater.
  • structuralDefinitionExample
  • structural adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • structural adjectiveDefinition ~ related to building or constructionExample
  • structural adjectiveDefinition ~ related to building or constructionExample The earthquake caused structural damage, but no people were hurt.
  • structural adjectiveDefinition ~ related to building or constructionExample The earthquake caused structural damage, but no people were hurt.
  • graph, gram
  • graph, gram
  • graph, gram write, writing
  • graph, gram write, writing autograph
  • graph, gram write, writing autograph telegram
  • graph, gram write, writing grammar autograph telegram
  • autobiographyDefinitionExample
  • autobiographyDefinition nounExample
  • autobiographyDefinition noun ~ an account of one’s own lifeExample
  • autobiographyDefinition noun ~ an account of one’s own lifeExample His autobiography gave me a fresh perspective on his life.
  • autobiographyDefinition noun ~ an account of one’s own lifeExample His autobiography gave me a fresh perspective on his life.
  • calligraphyDefinitionExample
  • calligraphy nounDefinitionExample
  • calligraphy nounDefinition ~beautiful, fancy writingExample
  • calligraphy nounDefinition ~beautiful, fancy writingExample It took her hours to complete the calligraphy on the invitations.
  • calligraphy nounDefinition ~beautiful, fancy writingExample It took her hours to complete the calligraphy on the invitations.
  • epigramDefinitionExample
  • epigram nounDefinitionExample
  • epigram nounDefinition ~ a short, witty poem; a witty, clever sayingExample
  • epigram nounDefinition ~ a short, witty poem; a witty, clever sayingExample I will never forget the epigrams we memorized in philosophy class.
  • epigram nounDefinition ~ a short, witty poem; a witty, clever sayingExample I will never forget the epigrams we memorized in philosophy class.
  • geographyDefinitionExample
  • geographyDefinition nounExample
  • geographyDefinition noun ~ science dealing with the earth’s surface and its featuresExample
  • geographyDefinition noun ~ science dealing with the earth’s surface and its featuresExample A wealth of geography knowledge will serve you well in the future.
  • geographyDefinition noun ~ science dealing with the earth’s surface and its featuresExample A wealth of geography knowledge will serve you well in the future.
  • graphicDefinitionExample
  • graphic adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • graphic adjectiveDefinition ~ providing a clear picture; vivid and realistic; written or drawnExample
  • graphic adjectiveDefinition ~ providing a clear picture; vivid and realistic; written or drawnExample The graphic scene in that novel made me want to throw up.
  • graphic adjectiveDefinition ~ providing a clear picture; vivid and realistic; written or drawnExample The graphic scene in that novel made me want to throw up.
  • monographDefinitionExample
  • monograph nounDefinitionExample
  • monograph nounDefinition ~ a book or article about a single subjectExample
  • monograph nounDefinition ~ a book or article about a single subjectExample His monograph was thorough and complicated.
  • monograph nounDefinition ~ a book or article about a single subjectExample His monograph was thorough and complicated.
  • scrip, scrib
  • scrip, scrib
  • scrip, scrib write, writing
  • scrip, scrib write, writing script
  • scrip, scrib write, writing script scribble
  • conscriptDefinitionExample
  • conscript verbDefinitionExample
  • conscript verbDefinition ~ to force into service for labor for governmentExample
  • conscript verbDefinition ~ to force into service for labor for governmentExample Korean young men are conscripted for two years to serve their country.
  • conscript verbDefinition ~ to force into service for labor for governmentExample Korean young men are conscripted for two years to serve their country.
  • inscriptionDefinitionExample
  • inscription nounDefinitionExample
  • inscription nounDefinition ~ something that is written or engraved, especially on a solid surfaceExample
  • inscription nounDefinition ~ something that is written or engraved, especially on a solid surfaceExample The inscription was barely visible on the ancient stone.
  • inscription nounDefinition ~ something that is written or engraved, especially on a solid surfaceExample The inscription was barely visible on the ancient stone.
  • prescriptionDefinitionExample
  • prescription nounDefinitionExample
  • prescription nounDefinition ~ an order or direction; a doctors instructions for the use of medicineExample
  • prescription nounDefinition ~ an order or direction; a doctors instructions for the use of medicineExample My prescription helped me fight my infection in record time!
  • prescription nounDefinition ~ an order or direction; a doctors instructions for the use of medicineExample My prescription helped me fight my infection in record time!
  • transcriptDefinitionExample
  • transcriptDefinition nounExample
  • transcriptDefinition noun ~ a written or typewritten copyExample
  • transcriptDefinition noun ~ a written or typewritten copyExample The transcript documented the exact words said in the courtroom.
  • transcriptDefinition noun ~ a written or typewritten copyExample The transcript documented the exact words said in the courtroom.