|Convey||انتقال دادن، رساندن|
|Inadvertently||ناخواسته، غیر عمدی|
|Infancy||نوزادی، نخستین دوره رشد|
|Systematically||به طور سیستماتیک، مرتباً|
- adv. conscientiously
- adj. showing serious purpose; one who works carefully and with enthusiasm
- syn. meticulous
She is a conscientious representative of the student body.
They approached the task conscientiously.
- v. to make something known to others; to communicate
- syn. communicate
The manager of the store conveyed his displeasure directly to the workers.
He was able to convey his message to the audience with ease.
- v. to surround completely; to envelop
- syn. include
Her plan of study encompasses every aspect of computer science.
The course encompasses all the literature of the nineteenth century.
- adj. expandable
- v. expand
- n. expansion
- n. the act of making larger
- syn. growth
Expansion occurs when the matter is heated.
The laboratory is expanding its capacity to produce computer chips.
- adj. heightened
- n. height
- v. to cause to become greater
- syn. intensify
A very successful interview can heighten a candidate’s chances to get a job.
The public was in a heightened state of nervousness as the hurricane approached.
- n. highlight
- v. to emphasize the part of a greater whole
- syn. emphasize
The owner’s manual highlights the basic functions of the camera.
The final goal was the highlight of the game.
- adj. inadvertent
- adv. by accident; without paying attention; unexpectedly
- syn. carelessly
The reporters had inadvertently failed to include the name of one of the dignitaries.
His inadvertent calculation caused him to derive the wrong answer.
- adv. inevitably
- n. inevitability
- adj. something that cannot be prevented from happening
- syn. unavoidable
When two weather systems meet, unsettled weather conditions are inevitable.
The inevitability of the outcome made the challenge less exciting.
- adj. infantile
- n. infant
- n. in the beginning stages of development
- syn. beginning
The new theory is in its infancy and will be thoroughly tested by its critics.
The author’s infantile writing style appeals to young readers.
- n. mimicker
- v. to copy an action
- syn. imitate
The comedian mimicked the president’s gestures.
Parrots mimic the speech that they hear in their surroundings.
- adj. retrieved
- n. retrieval
- v. to find and bring back
- syn. recover
Will Detroit retrieve its status as the car manufacturing center of the world?
This computerized information retrieval system is the most up-to-date system available.
- adv. paramountly
- n. paramountcy
- adj. to be of highest importance
- syn. foremost
The club’s paramount goal is to raise awareness of the importance of community service.
Being quiet is of paramount importance while watching a movie at the theatre.
- adv. proficiently
- n. proficiency
- adj. a primary or basic element
- syn. competent
The exam will test the student’s proficiency in the Portuguese language.
Highly proficient athletes earn the privilege of competing in the Olympics.
- adj. systematic
- n. system
- adv. done according to a plan
- syn. methodically
The plan was developed systematically by a team of experts.
Systematic changes in foreign policy have been proposed.
- adj. not probable
- syn. doubtful
Rain is unlikely to occur during the dry season.
It is unlikely that he will want to attend the conference.
- adj. without good reason or cause; inappropriate
- syn. unjustified
His negative reaction was unwarranted.
The motorist felt that the ticket for the infraction was unwarranted.
- n. the highest point
- syn. apex
He reached the zenith of his profession at a very young age.
The publication of the book represented the zenith of his career.