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Optimum (adj.) Definition: most favorable or advantageous; best: optimum conditions Example:The optimum policy will make the best use of those investments rather than ignore them.
Predisposition (n.)Definition:1.A condition that makes sb/sth likely to behave in a particular way or suffer from a particular disease.2.A genetic predisposition to liver disease.Example: Our predisposition is to be aware of as much of whats going on around us as possible.
Sanction (v.) Definition: 1.To give permission for sth to take place. 2.To punish sb/sth. Example: The government refused to sanction a further cut in interest rates.
Re-vi-tal-ize (v)Revitalize:to put new strength, power, or life intosomething.Synonyms: Refresh.Antonyms: Enervate, Ruin.Relaxation is a technique to revitalize body and mind.They hope to revitalize the neighborhood byproviding better housing.
Ret-i-cent (adj)Reticent: unwilling to talk about what you feel or whatyou know.Synonyms: uncommunicative, silent, secretive.Antonyms: communicative.He was reticent to tell the truth for fear he would bepunished. silent uncommunicative Unwilling to talk
Pro-lif-ic (adj)Prolific: a prolific artist, writer etc produces many works of art, books.Produce a lot of.Synonyms: productive.Antonyms: unproductive.Isaac Asimove is a prolific writer. 506 of his works being published.The more productive we can be, the more money we earn . I am a prolific writer. I wrote all these books in short time.
•Relevant to a subject under consideration ;relevant .e.g: Please only bring up topics that are germaneto our discussion.
• Not influenced by personal feelings or opinions inconsidering and representing facts , unbiased .e.g: It is hard to establish an objective viewpoint onemotional subjects.
Paramount (adj):1. More important than anything else; supreme.2. Having supreme power. Synonyms: principal, superior, outstanding. Antonyms: Inferior , last, minor, trivial
Decorum (n):1. Behavior in keeping with good taste and propriety.2. Etiquette. “Picking Pete” lacks decorum. Synonyms: appropriate behavior, good manners. Antonyms: impoliteness, bad behavior.
Synonyms: distort, exaggerate, misinterpret.Antonyms: perceive, get , understand, discern
convert (v.)to persuade to change to ones religiousfaith <young missionaries who go door-to-door trying to convert people>to change in form, appearance, or use<the old factory was converted into anapartment building>Synonyms:proselytize, makeover, metamorphose,transfigure, transform, transmuteAntonyms: secularize; dissuade,e.g.: An example of convert is when youexchange dollars into Euros.
static (adj.) fixed in a place or position <the static installation of the statue in that niche means that no one will ever see its back, which is also of interest> Synonyms: immobile, nonmoving, standing, static Antonyms: mobile, movable (or moveable), moving, nonstationary e.g.: Prices are likely to remain static rather than fall.
stimulate (v.)to give life, vigor, or spirit to <research intoalternative energy sources has been stimulatedby this funding increase>to rouse to strong feeling or action <thegovernment crackdown has only stimulated thecitizenry to more acts of violence>Synonyms: amp (up), brace, energize, fire(up), invigorate, jazz (up), juice up, jump-start, liven(up)Antonyms: burnout, debilitate, drain, enervate, enfeeble, exhaust, fag, fatigue, harass, knockout, undermine, wash out, weaken, dull, kille.g.: Stimulate thinking about what currenttrends mean for practitioners and theirorganizations activities.
Def. - to change something to suit different conditions or uses Part of Speech ◦ Adaptation/ Adaptability (N) ◦ Adapted/ Adaptable (Adj) Example ◦ She has adapted herself to college life quite easily.
Def. - a sudden event that causes very great trouble or destruction Part of Speech ◦ Catastrophic (Adj) Example ◦ They were warned of the ecological catastrophe to come.
Def. - to give a possible but not yet proved explanation for something Part of Speech ◦ Hypothesis (N) Example ◦ Biologists have hypothesized a relationship between the two species.
Stern (adj.)1. serious and strict, and showing strong disapproval ofsomeones behavior: sterner penalties for drug offencesstern look/voice/expression etcWait! I shouted in my sternest voice.stern warning/rebukeHis actions have earned him stern rebukes from human-rightsorganizations.2.be made of sterner stuffto have a strong character and be more determined than otherpeople to succeed in a difficult situation: Ann, made of sterner stuff than I, refused all offers of help.—sternly adverb—sternness noun [uncountable]
Rage (n) 1. a strong feeling of uncontrollable anger:Sobbing with rage, Carol was taken to the hospital. 2. be all the rage informal to be very popular or fashionable: DiCaprio became all the rage after starring in the film Titanic’. 3. rage for something a situation in which something is very popular or fashionable:the rage for mobile phones
Vicarious Adjective1. performed, exercised, received, orsuffered in place of another:vicarious punishment.2. taking the place of another personor thing; acting or serving as asubstitute. 3. felt or enjoyed through imaginedparticipation in the experience ofothers: a vicarious thrill.
Noxious Adjective1. harmful or injurious to health or physical well-being: noxious fumes.2. morally harmful; corrupting; pernicious: anoxious plan to spread dissension.
Contend Verb (used without object)1. to struggle in opposition: to contend with the enemyfor control of the port.2. to strive in rivalry; compete; vie: to contend for firstprize.3. to strive in debate; dispute earnestly: to contend againstfalsehood.
UNPARALLELED (adj) : without parallel,unequaled.
[im-plis-it] Implicitly (adv.)·Definition: Something that is implicit is expressed in an indirect way·Synonyms: implied, undeclared, unspoken, hidden·Antonyms: expressed, explicit, specific·Example sentence: Noonehasyetansweredinimplicitquestion in theendofmycolumn.
[in-frak-shuhn]·Definition: An infraction of a rule or law is an instance of breaking it·Synonyms: violation, infringement, misdemeanor·Antonyms: obedience, observance, upholding·Example sentence: Accusethem of some infraction orother on their website, and have themshutdown.
[prahym]·Definition: You use prime to describe something that is of the best possible quality.·Synonyms: best, elite, primary, top·Antonyms: last, secondary·Example sentence: Summeris the primetimetomakethisdrive, though spring and fall can also be pleasant.
Modified (adj.)Def. changed in form or characterExp. GMO fruits are the genetically modified organism.
Demise (n.) /dɪˈmʌɪz/Def.• a person’s death• the end or failure of an enterprise or institution• [mass noun]Law conveyance or transfer of property or a title by will or leaseExp. A demise of some local bookstores was occur when everything is in the online market.
Attributed to ; Attributable (adj. )Def. If somthing is attributed to an event, situation, or person, it was likely to cause by that event, situation, or person.• Synonyms: ascribe, impute, credit, assign, referExp. The success of students was attributed to their hardworking.
DIFFERENTIATE verb dif-ə-ren(t)-shē-āt • to obtain the mathematical derivative of• to mark or show a difference that distinguishes ANTONYMS: Confuse, mix SYNONYMS: Discriminate, distinguish E.g.: The white swan differentiates from others by its color and size.
CONFINE verb kən-fīnto hold within a location / to keep within limits ANTONYMS: Limit, restrict SYNONYMS: Exceed E.g.: The jail confines 1,500 prisioners.
RETROSPECT noun re-trə-spekt• reference to or regard of a precedent or authority• a review of or meditation on past events ANTONYMS: Preview SYNONYMS: Review, reconsideration E.g.: Porsche expo shows a retrospective of its popular models of all times.
Circumvent (v)Definitions: -to make a circuit around - to manage to get around especially byingenuity or strategy.Examples: We circumvented the problem by using adifferent program. He found a way to circumvent the law.
Metamorphosis (n) Definition:- change of physical form, structure, or substance especially by supernatural means Example:- The class learned about how caterpillars undergo metamorphosis to become butterflies.
Flamboyant (adj.) Definition:- marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior. strikingly bold or brilliant; showy Example: Lady Gaga wears flamboyant outfits when she performs.
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