Vocabulary set 14

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  • Vocabulary set 14

    1. 1. Vocabulary Set 14 Earth and Sea Some Body Words
    2. 2. aqua, aqui
    3. 3. aqua, aqui
    4. 4. aqua, aqui water
    5. 5. aqua, aqui water aquarium
    6. 6. aqua, aqui water aquarium aquamarine
    7. 7. aquaticDefinitionExample
    8. 8. aquatic adjectiveDefinitionExample
    9. 9. aquatic adjectiveDefinition ~ living or growing in waterExample
    10. 10. aquatic adjectiveDefinition ~ living or growing in waterExample We loved learning about all of the aquatic creatures in science class.
    11. 11. aquatic adjectiveDefinition ~ living or growing in waterExample We loved learning about all of the aquatic creatures in science class.
    12. 12. aqueductDefinitionExample
    13. 13. aqueduct nounDefinitionExample
    14. 14. aqueduct nounDefinition ~ a channel for carrying waterExample
    15. 15. aqueduct nounDefinition ~ a channel for carrying waterExample Hundreds of years ago, aqueducts provided water for the citizens of Rome.
    16. 16. aqueduct nounDefinition ~ a channel for carrying waterExample Hundreds of years ago, aqueducts provided water for the citizens of Rome.
    17. 17. geo
    18. 18. geo
    19. 19. geoland, earth
    20. 20. geo land, earthgeography
    21. 21. geo land, earthgeography geode
    22. 22. geographerDefinitionExample
    23. 23. geographer nounDefinitionExample
    24. 24. geographer nounDefinition ~ a person who studies the natural features of the earthExample
    25. 25. geographer nounDefinition ~ a person who studies the natural features of the earthExample We know much about the earth’s features these days because of the tireless effort of many geographers.
    26. 26. geographer nounDefinition ~ a person who studies the natural features of the earthExample We know much about the earth’s features these days because of the tireless effort of many geographers.
    27. 27. geologyDefinitionExample
    28. 28. geology nounDefinitionExample
    29. 29. geology nounDefinition ~ the science that deals with rocks and the physical history of the earthExample
    30. 30. geology nounDefinition ~ the science that deals with rocks and the physical history of the earthExample If you like rock collecting, maybe you should study geology in university.
    31. 31. geology nounDefinition ~ the science that deals with rocks and the physical history of the earthExample If you like rock collecting, maybe you should study geology in university.
    32. 32. hydr
    33. 33. hydr
    34. 34. hydr water
    35. 35. hydr waterhydrant
    36. 36. hydr waterhydrant hydra
    37. 37. dehydrateDefinitionExample
    38. 38. dehydrate verbDefinitionExample
    39. 39. dehydrate verbDefinition ~ to become dry; to lose waterExample
    40. 40. dehydrate verbDefinition ~ to become dry; to lose waterExample You can dehydrate fruit and it’s delicious!
    41. 41. dehydrate verbDefinition ~ to become dry; to lose waterExample You can dehydrate fruit and it’s delicious!
    42. 42. hydroelectricDefinitionExample
    43. 43. hydroelectric adjectiveDefinitionExample
    44. 44. hydroelectric adjectiveDefinition ~ related to electricity made from the energy of falling waterExample
    45. 45. hydroelectric adjectiveDefinition ~ related to electricity made from the energy of falling waterExample Dams all around the world create hydroelectric power.
    46. 46. hydroelectric adjectiveDefinition ~ related to electricity made from the energy of falling waterExample Dams all around the world create hydroelectric power.
    47. 47. hydrophobiaDefinitionExample
    48. 48. hydrophobia nounDefinitionExample
    49. 49. hydrophobia nounDefinition ~ fear of waterExample
    50. 50. hydrophobia nounDefinition ~ fear of waterExample The teenager couldn’t bear to be on the boat because of her hydrophobia.
    51. 51. hydrophobia nounDefinition ~ fear of waterExample The teenager couldn’t bear to be on the boat because of her hydrophobia.
    52. 52. mar
    53. 53. mar
    54. 54. mar sea
    55. 55. mar seamarine
    56. 56. mar seamarine submarine
    57. 57. mar seamarine submarine aquamarine
    58. 58. marinaDefinitionExample
    59. 59. marina nounDefinitionExample
    60. 60. marina nounDefinition ~ a small harbor for docking small boatsExample
    61. 61. marina nounDefinition ~ a small harbor for docking small boatsExample The boat remained untouched in the marina for three years.
    62. 62. marina nounDefinition ~ a small harbor for docking small boatsExample The boat remained untouched in the marina for three years.
    63. 63. maritimeDefinitionExample
    64. 64. maritime adjectiveDefinitionExample
    65. 65. maritime adjectiveDefinition ~ on or near the seaExample
    66. 66. maritime adjectiveDefinition ~ on or near the seaExample The region’s maritime industries included fishing and harvesting seaweed.
    67. 67. maritime adjectiveDefinition ~ on or near the seaExample The region’s maritime industries included fishing and harvesting seaweed.
    68. 68. terr
    69. 69. terr
    70. 70. terrland, earth
    71. 71. terr land, earthterrace
    72. 72. terr land, earthterrace subterranean
    73. 73. terr land, earthterrace subterranean territory
    74. 74. terrestrialDefinitionExample
    75. 75. terrestrial adjectiveDefinitionExample
    76. 76. terrestrial adjectiveDefinition ~ existing on earth; related to the worldExample
    77. 77. terrestrial adjectiveDefinition ~ existing on earth; related to the worldExample Geologists have terrestrial interests, while astronomers are interested in celestial objects.
    78. 78. terrestrial adjectiveDefinition ~ existing on earth; related to the worldExample Geologists have terrestrial interests, while astronomers are interested in celestial objects.
    79. 79. bio
    80. 80. bio
    81. 81. bio life
    82. 82. bio lifebiology
    83. 83. bio lifebiology biopsy
    84. 84. biodegradableDefinitionExample
    85. 85. biodegradable adjectiveDefinitionExample
    86. 86. biodegradable adjectiveDefinition ~ able to be decomposed by biological forces, especially bacteriaExample
    87. 87. biodegradable adjectiveDefinition ~ able to be decomposed by biological forces, especially bacteriaExample Food trash is biodegradable so you must put it in a separate container.
    88. 88. biodegradable adjectiveDefinition ~ able to be decomposed by biological forces, especially bacteriaExample Food trash is biodegradable so you must put it in a separate container.
    89. 89. biographyDefinitionExample
    90. 90. biography nounDefinitionExample
    91. 91. biography nounDefinition ~ an account of a person’s life that is told or written by another personExample
    92. 92. biography nounDefinition ~ an account of a person’s life that is told or written by another personExample We were asked to use one biography as a resource for our research paper.
    93. 93. biography nounDefinition ~ an account of a person’s life that is told or written by another personExample We were asked to use one biography as a resource for our research paper.
    94. 94. bionicDefinitionExample
    95. 95. bionic adjectiveDefinitionExample
    96. 96. bionic adjectiveDefinition ~ related to things that are modeled after living organisms; having abilities improved by mechanical devicesExample
    97. 97. bionic adjectiveDefinition ~ related to things that are modeled after living organisms; having abilities improved by mechanical devicesExample
    98. 98. bionic adjectiveDefinition ~ related to things that are modeled after living organisms; having abilities improved by mechanical devicesExample The lady can move her bionic arm just by thinking.
    99. 99. biosphereDefinitionExample
    100. 100. biosphereDefinition nounExample
    101. 101. biosphereDefinition noun ~ the part of the earth where life can existExample
    102. 102. biosphereDefinition noun ~ the part of the earth where life can existExample Biosphere 2 was created to study different ecosystems.
    103. 103. biosphereDefinition noun ~ the part of the earth where life can existExample Biosphere 2 was created to study different ecosystems.
    104. 104. symbiosisDefinitionExample
    105. 105. symbiosis nounDefinitionExample
    106. 106. symbiosis nounDefinition ~ the shared existence of two organisms where they both benefit from living close togetherExample
    107. 107. symbiosis nounDefinition ~ the shared existence of two organisms where they both benefit from living close togetherExample Bees and flowers live in a state of symbiosis.
    108. 108. symbiosis nounDefinition ~ the shared existence of two organisms where they both benefit from living close togetherExample Bees and flowers live in a state of symbiosis.
    109. 109. carn
    110. 110. carn
    111. 111. carnbody, flesh
    112. 112. carnbody, flesh carnivore
    113. 113. carnageDefinitionExample
    114. 114. carnage nounDefinitionExample
    115. 115. carnage nounDefinition ~ great destruction of life, especially in battle, slaughterExample
    116. 116. carnage nounDefinition ~ great destruction of life, especially in battle, slaughterExample The carnage was a testament to the tragedy in the village.
    117. 117. carnage nounDefinition ~ great destruction of life, especially in battle, slaughterExample The carnage was a testament to the tragedy in the village.
    118. 118. carnivorousDefinitionExample
    119. 119. carnivorous adjectiveDefinitionExample
    120. 120. carnivorous adjectiveDefinition ~ meat-eatingExample
    121. 121. carnivorous adjectiveDefinition ~ meat-eatingExample Human beings are carnivorous creatures.
    122. 122. carnivorous adjectiveDefinition ~ meat-eatingExample Human beings are carnivorous creatures.
    123. 123. corp
    124. 124. corp
    125. 125. corp body
    126. 126. corp bodycorpse
    127. 127. corp bodycorpse corps
    128. 128. corporationDefinitionExample
    129. 129. corporation nounDefinitionExample
    130. 130. corporation nounDefinition ~ a group of people who are joined into one legal bodyExample
    131. 131. corporation nounDefinition ~ a group of people who are joined into one legal bodyExample Many people lost their jobs when the corporation went under.
    132. 132. corporation nounDefinition ~ a group of people who are joined into one legal bodyExample Many people lost their jobs when the corporation went under.
    133. 133. corpulentDefinitionExample
    134. 134. corpulent adjectiveDefinitionExample
    135. 135. corpulent adjectiveDefinition ~ characterized by excessive body weight or stoutnessExample
    136. 136. corpulent adjectiveDefinition ~ characterized by excessive body weight or stoutnessExample The corpulent child snuck into the kitchen at midnight to steal cookies.
    137. 137. corpulent adjectiveDefinition ~ characterized by excessive body weight or stoutnessExample The corpulent child snuck into the kitchen at midnight to steal cookies.
    138. 138. corpuscleDefinitionExample
    139. 139. corpuscle nounDefinitionExample
    140. 140. corpuscle nounDefinition ~ any red or white cell that floats in the bloodExample
    141. 141. corpuscle nounDefinition ~ any red or white cell that floats in the bloodExample We learned about the different types of corpuscles in science class.
    142. 142. corpuscle nounDefinition ~ any red or white cell that floats in the bloodExample We learned about the different types of corpuscles in science class.

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