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  • 1. Vocabulary Set 12 All Things Great and Small All About Work
  • 2. magn, magni
  • 3. magn, magni
  • 4. magn, magni great
  • 5. magn, magni great magnify
  • 6. magn, magni great magnify magnitude
  • 7. magnanimousDefinitionExample
  • 8. magnanimous adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 9. magnanimous adjectiveDefinition ~ generous; not selfish; forgivingExample
  • 10. magnanimous adjectiveDefinition ~ generous; not selfish; forgivingExample The Social Entrepreneurship Club received a 1,000,000 Won gift from a magnanimous donor.
  • 11. magnanimous adjectiveDefinition ~ generous; not selfish; forgivingExample The Social Entrepreneurship Club received a 1,000,000 Won gift from a magnanimous donor.
  • 12. magnateDefinitionExample
  • 13. magnate nounDefinitionExample
  • 14. magnate nounDefinition ~ a person of great importance and with great influenceExample
  • 15. magnate nounDefinition ~ a person of great importance and with great influenceExample The citizens followed the magnate’s every command.
  • 16. magnate nounDefinition ~ a person of great importance and with great influenceExample The citizens followed the magnate’s every command.
  • 17. magnificenceDefinitionExample
  • 18. magnificenceDefinitionExample
  • 19. magnificence state of (noun)DefinitionExample
  • 20. magnificence state of (noun) nounDefinitionExample
  • 21. magnificence state of (noun) nounDefinition ~ richness; splendid appearance; beautyExample
  • 22. magnificence state of (noun) nounDefinition ~ richness; splendid appearance; beautyExample The tourists stood in awe at the magnificence of the cathedral.
  • 23. magnificence state of (noun) nounDefinition ~ richness; splendid appearance; beautyExample The tourists stood in awe at the magnificence of the cathedral.
  • 24. maxi
  • 25. maxi
  • 26. maxilarge, great
  • 27. maxilarge, great maximum
  • 28. maximalDefinitionExample
  • 29. maximalDefinitionExample
  • 30. maximal like, having to do with (adj.)DefinitionExample
  • 31. maximal like, having to do with (adj.) adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 32. maximal like, having to do with (adj.) adjectiveDefinition ~ the greatest possible amount or sizeExample
  • 33. maximal like, having to do with (adj.) adjectiveDefinition ~ the greatest possible amount or sizeExample I’d like to see you give the maximal amount of effort on this upcoming project.
  • 34. maximal like, having to do with (adj.) adjectiveDefinition ~ the greatest possible amount or sizeExample I’d like to see you give the maximal amount of effort on this upcoming project.
  • 35. maximizeDefinitionExample
  • 36. maximizeDefinitionExample
  • 37. maximize to make (verb)DefinitionExample
  • 38. maximize to make (verb) verbDefinitionExample
  • 39. maximize to make (verb) verbDefinition ~ to increase to the greatest possible amountExample
  • 40. maximize to make (verb) verbDefinition ~ to increase to the greatest possible amountExample You’ll maximize your efficiency while doing homework if you resist the temptation to multitask.
  • 41. maximize to make (verb) verbDefinition ~ to increase to the greatest possible amountExample You’ll maximize your efficiency while doing homework if you resist the temptation to multitask.
  • 42. min
  • 43. min
  • 44. minsmall
  • 45. min smallminiature
  • 46. min smallminiature minimize
  • 47. min smallminiature minimize minute
  • 48. diminutiveDefinitionExample
  • 49. diminutive adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 50. diminutive adjectiveDefinition ~ smaller than usualExample
  • 51. diminutive adjectiveDefinition ~ smaller than usualExample The diminutive kindergartner was afraid to get on the bus with the larger students.
  • 52. diminutive adjectiveDefinition ~ smaller than usualExample The diminutive kindergartner was afraid to get on the bus with the larger students.
  • 53. minceDefinitionExample
  • 54. mince verbDefinitionExample
  • 55. mince verbDefinition ~ to cut into small piecesExample
  • 56. mince verbDefinition ~ to cut into small piecesExample My eyes tear up every time I mince onions.
  • 57. mince verbDefinition ~ to cut into small piecesExample My eyes tear up every time I mince onions.
  • 58. minusculeDefinitionExample
  • 59. minuscule adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 60. minuscule adjectiveDefinition ~ very small; tinyExample
  • 61. minuscule adjectiveDefinition ~ very small; tinyExample She cleaned every minuscule pencil mark off the desk.
  • 62. minuscule adjectiveDefinition ~ very small; tinyExample She cleaned every minuscule pencil mark off the desk.
  • 63. micro
  • 64. micro
  • 65. micro small
  • 66. micro small microscope
  • 67. microbeDefinitionExample
  • 68. microbe nounDefinitionExample
  • 69. microbe nounDefinition ~ a very small living thing, especially bacteria; a germExample
  • 70. microbe nounDefinition ~ a very small living thing, especially bacteria; a germExample We learned about different types of microbes this year in science class.
  • 71. microbe nounDefinition ~ a very small living thing, especially bacteria; a germExample We learned about different types of microbes this year in science class.
  • 72. microphoneDefinitionExample
  • 73. microphone nounDefinitionExample
  • 74. microphone nounDefinition ~ a device that changes sound waves to electrical impulses so they can be recorded or amplifiedExample
  • 75. microphone nounDefinition ~ a device that changes sound waves to electrical impulses so they can be recorded or amplifiedExample We need to set up the microphones before the talent show.
  • 76. microphone nounDefinition ~ a device that changes sound waves to electrical impulses so they can be recorded or amplifiedExample We need to set up the microphones before the talent show.
  • 77. labor
  • 78. labor
  • 79. labor work
  • 80. labor worklabor
  • 81. labor worklabor laboratory
  • 82. collaborateDefinitionExample
  • 83. collaborateDefinitionExample
  • 84. with, together collaborateDefinitionExample
  • 85. with, together collaborate verbDefinitionExample
  • 86. with, together collaborate verbDefinition ~ to work with other people, especially on literary or scientific work; to cooperate with the enemyExample
  • 87. with, together collaborate verbDefinition ~ to work with other people, especially on literary or scientific work; to cooperate with the enemyExample If we collaborate, the work will get done better and quicker.
  • 88. with, together collaborate verbDefinition ~ to work with other people, especially on literary or scientific work; to cooperate with the enemyExample If we collaborate, the work will get done better and quicker.
  • 89. laboriousDefinitionExample
  • 90. laborious adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 91. laborious adjectiveDefinition ~ hard working; requiring a lot of labor; not easyExample
  • 92. laborious adjectiveDefinition ~ hard working; requiring a lot of labor; not easyExample She began the laborious task of giving file names to all of the pictures on her computer.
  • 93. laborious adjectiveDefinition ~ hard working; requiring a lot of labor; not easyExample She began the laborious task of giving file names to all of the pictures on her computer.
  • 94. oper
  • 95. oper
  • 96. oper work
  • 97. oper work operate
  • 98. cooperateDefinitionExample
  • 99. cooperateDefinitionExample
  • 100. with, together cooperateDefinitionExample
  • 101. with, together cooperate verbDefinitionExample
  • 102. with, together cooperate verbDefinition ~ to work together to accomplish somethingExample
  • 103. with, together cooperate verbDefinition ~ to work together to accomplish somethingExample Let’s cooperate and this video will be better!
  • 104. with, together cooperate verbDefinition ~ to work together to accomplish somethingExample Let’s cooperate and this video will be better!
  • 105. operableDefinitionExample
  • 106. operable adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 107. operable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being put into use; in working conditionExample
  • 108. operable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being put into use; in working conditionExample Once they fixed the hard drive on the computer it was operable again.
  • 109. operable adjectiveDefinition ~ capable of being put into use; in working conditionExample Once they fixed the hard drive on the computer it was operable again.
  • 110. techni
  • 111. techni
  • 112. techni skill
  • 113. techni skill technique
  • 114. pyrotechnicsDefinitionExample
  • 115. pyrotechnics nounDefinitionExample
  • 116. pyrotechnics nounDefinition ~ the art of making or displaying fireworksExample
  • 117. pyrotechnics nounDefinition ~ the art of making or displaying fireworksExample My friend Tim is fascinated by pyrotechnics.
  • 118. pyrotechnics nounDefinition ~ the art of making or displaying fireworksExample My friend Tim is fascinated by pyrotechnics.
  • 119. technicianDefinitionExample
  • 120. technician nounDefinitionExample
  • 121. technician nounDefinition ~ one with great skill in a particular areaExample
  • 122. technician nounDefinition ~ one with great skill in a particular areaExample The computer technician fixed my broken screen.
  • 123. technician nounDefinition ~ one with great skill in a particular areaExample The computer technician fixed my broken screen.
  • 124. technologyDefinitionExample
  • 125. technologyDefinitionExample
  • 126. technology study ofDefinitionExample
  • 127. technology study of nounDefinitionExample
  • 128. technology study of nounDefinition ~ the science of practical or industrial arts or applied scienceExample
  • 129. technology study of nounDefinition ~ the science of practical or industrial arts or applied scienceExample Technology has advanced so quickly these past twenty years.
  • 130. technology study of nounDefinition ~ the science of practical or industrial arts or applied scienceExample Technology has advanced so quickly these past twenty years.
  • 131. trib
  • 132. trib
  • 133. tribpay, bestow
  • 134. tribpay, bestow contribute
  • 135. distributeDefinitionExample
  • 136. distribute verbDefinitionExample
  • 137. distribute verbDefinition ~ to divide or give out in two or more portions; to spread outExample
  • 138. distribute verbDefinition ~ to divide or give out in two or more portions; to spread outExample The teacher distributed the papers amongst the students.
  • 139. distribute verbDefinition ~ to divide or give out in two or more portions; to spread outExample The teacher distributed the papers amongst the students.
  • 140. retributionDefinitionExample
  • 141. retribution nounDefinitionExample
  • 142. retribution nounDefinition ~ punishment for evil doing or reward for good worksExample
  • 143. retribution nounDefinition ~ punishment for evil doing or reward for good worksExample She thought the retribution for her crime was too severe.
  • 144. retribution nounDefinition ~ punishment for evil doing or reward for good worksExample She thought the retribution for her crime was too severe.
  • 145. tributeDefinitionExample
  • 146. tribute nounDefinitionExample
  • 147. tribute nounDefinition ~ money paid to another country or leader for protection; a gift or statement that shows respect or gratitudeExample
  • 148. tribute nounDefinition ~ money paid to another country or leader for protection; a gift or statement that shows respect or gratitudeExample Her speech paid tribute to all the teachers who had helped her win the award.
  • 149. tribute nounDefinition ~ money paid to another country or leader for protection; a gift or statement that shows respect or gratitudeExample Her speech paid tribute to all the teachers who had helped her win the award.