|Foster||پرورش دادن، پروردن|
|Handle||از عهده کاری بر آمدن|
|Reject||نپذیرفتن، رد کردن|
- n. adherence
- v. to stick to or follow precisely
- syn. comply
Travellers must adhere to the laws of the country they are visiting.
The referee’s excessively strict adherence to the rules upset the players.
- n. durability
- n. duration*
- adj. something that lasts a long time
- *time during which something lasts
- syn. sturdy
It was a durable refrigerator, but it finally broke.
The durability of tires is a key factor in determining their quality.
- v. to promote growth or development
- syn. stimulate
The industrial revolution fostered the rise of the middle class.
Parents usually foster the development of good habits in their children.
- adj. gainful
- n. gain
- v. to obtain something needed or useful;
- to increase to the amount of something
- syn. attain
He gained a lot of experience working as a volunteer.
His gain in knowledge was impressive.
- adv. haltingly
- adj. halting
- n. halt
- v. to stop or discontinue
- syn. stop
Bus service to the city was halted due to poor road conditions.
The supervisor put a halt to the tardiness of the employees.
- n. handling
- v. to deal with or control
- syn. manage
They handled themselves very well given the circumstances.
The president’s handling of the crisis was widely applauded.
- v. to give protection; to not express a desire or opinion, usually bad
- syn. shelter
He harbours ill feelings for her.
They harboured the political refugee in their home.
- adv. harmfully
- v. harm
- n. harm
- adj. something that causes pain or damages
- syn. unhealthy
Excessive radiation is harmful to the body.
Bleach harms certain fabrics.
- adv. insignificantly
- n. insignificance
- adj. not important; of little value
- syn. meaningless
The amount of rainfall this summer has been insignificant.
The insignificance of his comment became apparent with the passing of time.
- adv. mysteriously
- n. mystery
- n. mysteriousness
- adj. not easily understood or figured out
- syn. baffling
He had a mysterious effect on everyone who heard him speak.
The man’s disappearance was a mystery.
- adv. perilously
- n. peril
- adj. threatening or risky; harmful
- syn. dangerous
It is perilous to exceed the speed limit.
There are ample perils in the sport of mountain climbing.
- n. promoter
- n. promotion
- v. to encourage or advertise; to elevate in rank or grade
- syn. boost
Many nations promote tourism to lure foreign currency.
The customers responded favourably to the half-price promotion.
- n. redundancy
- adv. redundantly
- adj. being excessive; showing unnecessary repetition
- syn. repetitious
Students who ask teachers to “repeat that again” are being redundant because “repeat” means “again.”
Lush, redundant vegetation is common in tropical climates.
- n. rejection
- v. to refuse
- syn. refuse
The insurance company rejected the claim.
The rejection of his work was difficult for him to understand.
- adv. substantially
- adj. substantive
- adj. important; strongly made; of value
- syn. significant
The discovery of a vaccine for Coid 19 was a substantial medical achievement.
This substantive article will change your opinion of rock music.
- n. specific qualities that distinguish one from another
- syn. characteristic
Her sense of humour and cheerful personality are some of her most impressive traits.
Ali’s blonde hair is a trait inherited from her father.
- v. to make evident or emphasize
- syn. highlight
The high quality of the student’s science fair project underscored her talent in biology.
The conclusion of the report should underscore its main ideas.