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Vocabulary Set 15 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Vocabulary Set 15 Body Parts Moving
  • 2. cap, capit
  • 3. cap, capit
  • 4. cap, capit head
  • 5. cap, capit head captain
  • 6. capitulateDefinitionExample
  • 7. capitulate verbDefinitionExample
  • 8. capitulate verbDefinition ~ to surrender unconditionallyExample
  • 9. capitulate verbDefinition ~ to surrender unconditionallyExample The lieutenant waved the white flag and his troops capitulated.
  • 10. capitulate verbDefinition ~ to surrender unconditionallyExample The lieutenant waved the white flag and his troops capitulated.
  • 11. decapitateDefinitionExample
  • 12. decapitate verbDefinitionExample
  • 13. decapitate verbDefinition ~ to cut the head offExample
  • 14. decapitate verbDefinition ~ to cut the head offExample This device was used to decapitate criminals.
  • 15. decapitate verbDefinition ~ to cut the head offExample This device was used to decapitate criminals.
  • 16. cor, cour,cord, card
  • 17. cor, cour,cord, card
  • 18. cor, cour,cord, card heart
  • 19. cor, cour,cord, card heart core
  • 20. accordDefinitionExample
  • 21. accord nounDefinitionExample
  • 22. accord nounDefinition ~ agreement, harmonyExample
  • 23. accord nounDefinition ~ agreement, harmonyExample The committee quickly reached an accord in deciding how it should raise money.
  • 24. accord nounDefinition ~ agreement, harmonyExample The committee quickly reached an accord in deciding how it should raise money.
  • 25. cardiacDefinitionExample
  • 26. cardiac adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 27. cardiac adjectiveDefinition ~ related to the heartExample
  • 28. cardiac adjectiveDefinition ~ related to the heartExample It was so scary when my grandma went into cardiac arrest.
  • 29. cardiac adjectiveDefinition ~ related to the heartExample It was so scary when my grandma went into cardiac arrest.
  • 30. cordialDefinitionExample
  • 31. cordial adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 32. cordial adjectiveDefinition ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample
  • 33. cordial adjectiveDefinition ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample It is wise to greet the headmaster in a cordial manner.
  • 34. cordial adjectiveDefinition ~ gracious; friendly; courteousExample It is wise to greet the headmaster in a cordial manner.
  • 35. man
  • 36. man
  • 37. manhand
  • 38. man handmanicure
  • 39. maneuverDefinitionExample
  • 40. maneuver verbDefinitionExample
  • 41. maneuver verbDefinition ~ to plan to move (especially troops) to skillfully moveExample
  • 42. maneuver verbDefinition ~ to plan to move (especially troops) to skillfully moveExample She was able to carefully maneuver the car into the small parking space.
  • 43. maneuver verbDefinition ~ to plan to move (especially troops) to skillfully moveExample She was able to carefully maneuver the car into the small parking space.
  • 44. manipulateDefinitionExample
  • 45. manipulate verbDefinitionExample
  • 46. manipulate verbDefinition ~ to operate with the hands; to skillfully handleExample
  • 47. manipulate verbDefinition ~ to operate with the hands; to skillfully handleExample Please don’t manipulate me--I’ve made up my mind.
  • 48. manipulate verbDefinition ~ to operate with the hands; to skillfully handleExample Please don’t manipulate me--I’ve made up my mind.
  • 49. ped,pod
  • 50. ped,pod
  • 51. ped,pod foot
  • 52. ped,pod foot pedal
  • 53. ped,pod foot pedal podium
  • 54. expediteDefinitionExample
  • 55. expedite verbDefinitionExample
  • 56. expedite verbDefinition ~ to hasten, accelerate, or make something happen quicker or easierExample
  • 57. expedite verbDefinition ~ to hasten, accelerate, or make something happen quicker or easierExample If you could expedite my order, I could get what I needed and leave quickly.
  • 58. expedite verbDefinition ~ to hasten, accelerate, or make something happen quicker or easierExample If you could expedite my order, I could get what I needed and leave quickly.
  • 59. impedimentDefinitionExample
  • 60. impediment nounDefinitionExample
  • 61. impediment nounDefinition ~ something that hinders or stops the progressExample
  • 62. impediment nounDefinition ~ something that hinders or stops the progressExample If wearing these shoes is an impediment to running the race, put on other shoes.
  • 63. impediment nounDefinition ~ something that hinders or stops the progressExample If wearing these shoes is an impediment to running the race, put on other shoes.
  • 64. pedestrianDefinitionExample
  • 65. pedestrian adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 66. pedestrian adjectiveDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on footExample
  • 67. pedestrian adjectiveDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on footExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
  • 68. pedestrian adjective nounDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on footExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
  • 69. pedestrian adjective nounDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on foot ~ someone who walksExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
  • 70. pedestrian adjective nounDefinition ~ (adj.) commonplace; walking, going on foot ~ someone who walksExample The pedestrian was careful crossing the street, waiting until all cars had passed.
  • 71. curr, curs
  • 72. curr, curs
  • 73. curr, curs run, course
  • 74. curr, curs run, course current
  • 75. curr, curs run, course current cursive
  • 76. concurrentDefinitionExample
  • 77. concurrent adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 78. concurrent adjectiveDefinition ~ occurring at the same time; in agreementExample
  • 79. concurrent adjectiveDefinition ~ occurring at the same time; in agreementExample Assembly and chapel are concurrent.
  • 80. concurrent adjectiveDefinition ~ occurring at the same time; in agreementExample Assembly and chapel are concurrent.
  • 81. currencyDefinitionExample
  • 82. currency nounDefinitionExample
  • 83. currency nounDefinition ~ money in circulationExample
  • 84. currency nounDefinition ~ money in circulationExample South Korean’s currency is the Won.
  • 85. currency nounDefinition ~ money in circulationExample South Korean’s currency is the Won.
  • 86. cursoryDefinitionExample
  • 87. cursory adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 88. cursory adjectiveDefinition ~ careless; without close examination or attentionExample
  • 89. cursory adjectiveDefinition ~ careless; without close examination or attentionExample He made a cursory attempt to correct his grammar mistakes before handing in the paper.
  • 90. cursory adjectiveDefinition ~ careless; without close examination or attentionExample He made a cursory attempt to correct his grammar mistakes before handing in the paper.
  • 91. grad, gress
  • 92. grad, gress
  • 93. grad, gress move forward, step
  • 94. grad, gress move forward, step progress
  • 95. grad, gress move forward, step progress grade
  • 96. digressDefinitionExample
  • 97. digress verbDefinitionExample
  • 98. digress verbDefinition ~ in talking or writing, to temporarily stray from the main topic; to rambleExample
  • 99. digress verbDefinition ~ in talking or writing, to temporarily stray from the main topic; to rambleExample I always digress and tell you guys random stories.
  • 100. digress verbDefinition ~ in talking or writing, to temporarily stray from the main topic; to rambleExample I always digress and tell you guys random stories.
  • 101. gradationDefinitionExample
  • 102. gradation nounDefinitionExample
  • 103. gradation nounDefinition ~ the process of arranging in steps or stages; a sequence; shadingExample
  • 104. gradation nounDefinition ~ the process of arranging in steps or stages; a sequence; shadingExample We created different gradations in art class.
  • 105. gradation nounDefinition ~ the process of arranging in steps or stages; a sequence; shadingExample We created different gradations in art class.
  • 106. regressDefinitionExample
  • 107. regress verbDefinitionExample
  • 108. regress verbDefinition ~ to go back; to return to a previous positionExample
  • 109. regress verbDefinition ~ to go back; to return to a previous positionExample His condition regressed until he had to be admitted to the hospital.
  • 110. regress verbDefinition ~ to go back; to return to a previous positionExample His condition regressed until he had to be admitted to the hospital.
  • 111. mob, mov, mot
  • 112. mob, mov, mot
  • 113. mob, mov, mot move
  • 114. mob, mov, mot move mobile
  • 115. mob, mov, mot move mobile motion
  • 116. mob, mov, mot move movement mobile motion
  • 117. immobileDefinitionExample
  • 118. immobile adjectiveDefinitionExample
  • 119. immobile adjectiveDefinition ~ not moveableExample
  • 120. immobile adjectiveDefinition ~ not moveableExample I felt immobile after I finished the marathon.
  • 121. immobile adjectiveDefinition ~ not moveableExample I felt immobile after I finished the marathon.
  • 122. mobilizeDefinitionExample
  • 123. mobilize verbDefinitionExample
  • 124. mobilize verbDefinition ~ to put into motion or useExample
  • 125. mobilize verbDefinition ~ to put into motion or useExample The captain mobilized the troops for battle.
  • 126. mobilize verbDefinition ~ to put into motion or useExample The captain mobilized the troops for battle.
  • 127. promotionDefinitionExample
  • 128. promotion nounDefinitionExample
  • 129. promotion nounDefinition ~ an advancement to a higher position or rank; a forward movementExample
  • 130. promotion nounDefinition ~ an advancement to a higher position or rank; a forward movementExample He was proud of his promotion to “starter” on the basketball team.
  • 131. promotion nounDefinition ~ an advancement to a higher position or rank; a forward movementExample He was proud of his promotion to “starter” on the basketball team.
  • 132. motivationDefinitionExample
  • 133. motivation nounDefinitionExample
  • 134. motivation nounDefinition ~ the inner drive to do something or act in a certain wayExample
  • 135. motivation nounDefinition ~ the inner drive to do something or act in a certain wayExample The pretty girl sitting next to him was his motivation for doing well in the class.