Vocabulary Set 12

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  • Vocabulary Set 12

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

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