|Exhaust||خسته کردن، تهی کردن|
|Face||مواجه شدن با|
|Obviously||به طور مشخص|
|Surpass||پیش افتادن از|
|Uphold||حمایت و تقویت کردن|
- adv. crucially
- adj. of great importance; extremely necessary
- syn. critical
Favourable weather is crucial to a good harvest.
Having all the information necessary to make a good decision is crucially important.
- n. a very important or famous person, usually associated with a high position in government
- syn. celebrity
Every dignitary in Washington was invited to the wedding.
All of the high-ranking dignitaries attended the economic summit.
- adj. elusive
- n. elusiveness
- v. to escape in a tricky way
- syn. evade
The criminal has eluded the police for months.
Success has been elusive for the team.
- adv. evidently
- n. evidence
- adj. easy to see, usually because of some proof
- syn. apparent
It is evident that you are not feeling well.
All the evidence points to the presence of hydrogen.
- adv. exhaustively
- adj. exhaustive
- adj. exhausting
- adj. exhausted
- n. exhaustion
- v. to use completely; to expend all energy, very thorough
- syn. deplete
They exhausted their energy in ten minutes.
The exhaustive report was acclaimed by everyone.
- adv. extensively
- v. extend*
- n. extension*
- adj. large in area or number
- *to offer; to make longer
- syn. comprehensive
The extensive snowfall caused problems throughout the city.
The professor extended a warm welcome to the new student.
- v. to be in the presence of and oppose
- syn. confront
The mountain climbers faced grave danger on the cliff.
He finds it difficult to face his problems.
- adj. faceted
- n. element or component
- syn. aspect
The proposal had many beneficial facets.
It was a multifaceted problem that challenged the entire student body.
- n. idolatry
- adj. idolatrous
- n. a person or image that is loyally admired or respected
- syn. hero
The Beatles, a famous singing group of the 1960s, were the idols of many teenage girls.
Talented athletes often become idols in the eyes of their fans.
- adv. inaccessibly
- n. inaccessibility
- adj. something that cannot be reached or communicated with
- syn. remote
The summit of the mountain was inaccessible.
The dignitary’s inaccessibility frustrated the reporter.
- n. obliviousness
- adj. obliviously
- adj. to be unaware of or forgetful
- syn. ignorant
The students were oblivious to the fact that the test would cover the entire chapter.
The coastal inhabitants were oblivious to the dangers of the approaching hurricane.
- n. obvious
- adv. in a clear, easy-to-understand way
- syn. evidently
It had obviously rained.
It was obvious that he had not practised his oral report.
- n. offensiveness
- adv. offensively
- adj. causing anger; rude; being unpleasant
- syn. insulting
Rotten eggs emit an offensive odour.
Her offensive remarks angered the entire audience.
- adj. predictable
- v. predict
- n. prediction
- adv. in a way that foretells future events
- syn. expectedly
She predictably forgot to do her assignment.
The government’s predictions were accurate.
- adv. suitably
- v. suit
- adj. correct; convenient
- syn. appropriate
Her dress was not suitable for the occasion.
The agreement suits all the members of the negotiating team.
- adj. surpassable
- n. surpasser
- v. to go beyond
- syn. exceed
The movie surpassed even the film critics’ high expectations.
The soccer player will probably surpass the scoring record set last year.
- n. upholder
- v. to support or maintain
- syn. sustain
The treehouse was upheld by three thick tree branches.
Each president of the United States must promise to uphold the constitution.