Vocabulary Set 10

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  • Vocabulary Set 10

    1. 1. Vocabulary Set 10 Bringing and Building Ways of Writing
    2. 2. port
    3. 3. port
    4. 4. portbring, carry
    5. 5. port bring, carrytransport
    6. 6. port bring, carrytransport portfolio
    7. 7. deportDefinitionExample
    8. 8. deport verbDefinitionExample
    9. 9. deport verbDefinition ~ to send out of the country (usually a person)Example
    10. 10. 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.
    11. 11. 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.
    12. 12. deporteeDefinitionExample
    13. 13. deportee nounDefinitionExample
    14. 14. deportee nounDefinition ~ someone who is sent out of the countryExample
    15. 15. deportee nounDefinition ~ someone who is sent out of the countryExample The deportee was forced to go back to his home country.
    16. 16. deportee nounDefinition ~ someone who is sent out of the countryExample The deportee was forced to go back to his home country.
    17. 17. exportDefinitionExample
    18. 18. export verbDefinitionExample
    19. 19. export verbDefinition ~ to send goods out of one country to another country for the purpose of sellingExample
    20. 20. export verbDefinition ~ to send goods out of one country to another country for the purpose of sellingExample Coffee is exported from Ethiopia.
    21. 21. export verbDefinition ~ to send goods out of one country to another country for the purpose of sellingExample Coffee is exported from Ethiopia.
    22. 22. importDefinitionExample
    23. 23. import verbDefinitionExample
    24. 24. import verbDefinition ~ to bring back goods from a foreign country into a country for the purpose of sellingExample
    25. 25. import verbDefinition ~ to bring back goods from a foreign country into a country for the purpose of sellingExample Those rugs were imported from India.
    26. 26. import verbDefinition ~ to bring back goods from a foreign country into a country for the purpose of sellingExample Those rugs were imported from India.
    27. 27. portableDefinitionExample
    28. 28. portable adjectiveDefinitionExample
    29. 29. portable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being carriedExample
    30. 30. portable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being carriedExample I dropped my portable laptop down the stairs.
    31. 31. portable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being carriedExample I dropped my portable laptop down the stairs.
    32. 32. struct, stru
    33. 33. struct, stru
    34. 34. struct, stru build
    35. 35. struct, stru build construct
    36. 36. struct, stru build construct instructor
    37. 37. construeDefinitionExample
    38. 38. construe verbDefinitionExample
    39. 39. construe verbDefinition ~ to explain, translate, or assume the meaning of somethingExample
    40. 40. construe verbDefinition ~ to explain, translate, or assume the meaning of somethingExample Don’t construe what he said to mean that he liked the show.
    41. 41. construe verbDefinition ~ to explain, translate, or assume the meaning of somethingExample Don’t construe what he said to mean that he liked the show.
    42. 42. destructiveDefinitionExample
    43. 43. destructive adjectiveDefinitionExample
    44. 44. destructive adjectiveDefinition ~ causing something to be destroyed or demolishedExample
    45. 45. destructive adjectiveDefinition ~ causing something to be destroyed or demolishedExample The storm was more destructive than anyone could have anticipated.
    46. 46. destructive adjectiveDefinition ~ causing something to be destroyed or demolishedExample The storm was more destructive than anyone could have anticipated.
    47. 47. instrumentalDefinitionExample
    48. 48. instrumental adjectiveDefinitionExample
    49. 49. instrumental adjectiveDefinition ~ helpful; usefulExample
    50. 50. instrumental adjectiveDefinition ~ helpful; usefulExample Memorizing the formulas was instrumental in helping her ace the math test.
    51. 51. instrumental adjectiveDefinition ~ helpful; usefulExample Memorizing the formulas was instrumental in helping her ace the math test.
    52. 52. obstructDefinitionExample
    53. 53. obstruct verbDefinitionExample
    54. 54. obstruct verbDefinition ~ to block or put obstacles in the wayExample
    55. 55. obstruct verbDefinition ~ to block or put obstacles in the wayExample The large man obstructed my view in the movie theater.
    56. 56. obstruct verbDefinition ~ to block or put obstacles in the wayExample The large man obstructed my view in the movie theater.
    57. 57. structuralDefinitionExample
    58. 58. structural adjectiveDefinitionExample
    59. 59. structural adjectiveDefinition ~ related to building or constructionExample
    60. 60. structural adjectiveDefinition ~ related to building or constructionExample The earthquake caused structural damage, but no people were hurt.
    61. 61. structural adjectiveDefinition ~ related to building or constructionExample The earthquake caused structural damage, but no people were hurt.
    62. 62. graph, gram
    63. 63. graph, gram
    64. 64. graph, gram write, writing
    65. 65. graph, gram write, writing autograph
    66. 66. graph, gram write, writing autograph telegram
    67. 67. graph, gram write, writing grammar autograph telegram
    68. 68. autobiographyDefinitionExample
    69. 69. autobiographyDefinition nounExample
    70. 70. autobiographyDefinition noun ~ an account of one’s own lifeExample
    71. 71. autobiographyDefinition noun ~ an account of one’s own lifeExample His autobiography gave me a fresh perspective on his life.
    72. 72. autobiographyDefinition noun ~ an account of one’s own lifeExample His autobiography gave me a fresh perspective on his life.
    73. 73. calligraphyDefinitionExample
    74. 74. calligraphy nounDefinitionExample
    75. 75. calligraphy nounDefinition ~beautiful, fancy writingExample
    76. 76. calligraphy nounDefinition ~beautiful, fancy writingExample It took her hours to complete the calligraphy on the invitations.
    77. 77. calligraphy nounDefinition ~beautiful, fancy writingExample It took her hours to complete the calligraphy on the invitations.
    78. 78. epigramDefinitionExample
    79. 79. epigram nounDefinitionExample
    80. 80. epigram nounDefinition ~ a short, witty poem; a witty, clever sayingExample
    81. 81. epigram nounDefinition ~ a short, witty poem; a witty, clever sayingExample I will never forget the epigrams we memorized in philosophy class.
    82. 82. epigram nounDefinition ~ a short, witty poem; a witty, clever sayingExample I will never forget the epigrams we memorized in philosophy class.
    83. 83. geographyDefinitionExample
    84. 84. geographyDefinition nounExample
    85. 85. geographyDefinition noun ~ science dealing with the earth’s surface and its featuresExample
    86. 86. geographyDefinition noun ~ science dealing with the earth’s surface and its featuresExample A wealth of geography knowledge will serve you well in the future.
    87. 87. geographyDefinition noun ~ science dealing with the earth’s surface and its featuresExample A wealth of geography knowledge will serve you well in the future.
    88. 88. graphicDefinitionExample
    89. 89. graphic adjectiveDefinitionExample
    90. 90. graphic adjectiveDefinition ~ providing a clear picture; vivid and realistic; written or drawnExample
    91. 91. graphic adjectiveDefinition ~ providing a clear picture; vivid and realistic; written or drawnExample The graphic scene in that novel made me want to throw up.
    92. 92. graphic adjectiveDefinition ~ providing a clear picture; vivid and realistic; written or drawnExample The graphic scene in that novel made me want to throw up.
    93. 93. monographDefinitionExample
    94. 94. monograph nounDefinitionExample
    95. 95. monograph nounDefinition ~ a book or article about a single subjectExample
    96. 96. monograph nounDefinition ~ a book or article about a single subjectExample His monograph was thorough and complicated.
    97. 97. monograph nounDefinition ~ a book or article about a single subjectExample His monograph was thorough and complicated.
    98. 98. scrip, scrib
    99. 99. scrip, scrib
    100. 100. scrip, scrib write, writing
    101. 101. scrip, scrib write, writing script
    102. 102. scrip, scrib write, writing script scribble
    103. 103. conscriptDefinitionExample
    104. 104. conscript verbDefinitionExample
    105. 105. conscript verbDefinition ~ to force into service for labor for governmentExample
    106. 106. conscript verbDefinition ~ to force into service for labor for governmentExample Korean young men are conscripted for two years to serve their country.
    107. 107. conscript verbDefinition ~ to force into service for labor for governmentExample Korean young men are conscripted for two years to serve their country.
    108. 108. inscriptionDefinitionExample
    109. 109. inscription nounDefinitionExample
    110. 110. inscription nounDefinition ~ something that is written or engraved, especially on a solid surfaceExample
    111. 111. inscription nounDefinition ~ something that is written or engraved, especially on a solid surfaceExample The inscription was barely visible on the ancient stone.
    112. 112. inscription nounDefinition ~ something that is written or engraved, especially on a solid surfaceExample The inscription was barely visible on the ancient stone.
    113. 113. prescriptionDefinitionExample
    114. 114. prescription nounDefinitionExample
    115. 115. prescription nounDefinition ~ an order or direction; a doctors instructions for the use of medicineExample
    116. 116. prescription nounDefinition ~ an order or direction; a doctors instructions for the use of medicineExample My prescription helped me fight my infection in record time!
    117. 117. prescription nounDefinition ~ an order or direction; a doctors instructions for the use of medicineExample My prescription helped me fight my infection in record time!
    118. 118. transcriptDefinitionExample
    119. 119. transcriptDefinition nounExample
    120. 120. transcriptDefinition noun ~ a written or typewritten copyExample
    121. 121. transcriptDefinition noun ~ a written or typewritten copyExample The transcript documented the exact words said in the courtroom.
    122. 122. transcriptDefinition noun ~ a written or typewritten copyExample The transcript documented the exact words said in the courtroom.

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