|Comply||مطابقت، اجابت کردن|
|Documented||ثبت شده، مدارک|
|Nominal||صوری، به طور متوسط|
- n. agitator
- v. to shake or move; to cause worry
- syn. disturb
The fact that she had not arrived by midnight agitated her parents.
He was known as a political agitator.
- n. compliance
- v. to agree to follow a request or command; to adhere to specific standards
- syn. acquiesce
A well-trained dog will comply when told to sit.
Students must maintain a B average to remain in compliance with the scholarship’s rules.
- v. confide
- adj. confidential
- adv. confidentially
- n. confidant
- adj. to be said or written in secret
- syn. secret
We were told that the information is strictly confidential.
She confided to me that she had always wanted to be a movie star.
- adj. delightfully
- adj. delightful
- n. delight
- adj. to be satisfied; very happy
- syn. elated
He was delighted with the results of the experiment.
It was a delightful afternoon.
- adj. discreet
- adv. in a careful, polite manner
- syn. cautiously
The teacher discreetly told the parents about their child’s inappropriate behaviour.
You can count on me to be discreet.
- adj. documentary
- v. document
- n. documentation
- adj. proven with written evidence
- syn. proven
He had documented proof that the bank had made an error.
The car’s documentation was in order.
- v. to call up or produce memories or feelings; to cause to remember
- syn. remind
Hearing her favourite song evoked fond memories of her high school years.
Most sounds evoke hints of time and place.
- adj. gradual
- adv. slowly, but surely
- syn. steadily
The bay has gradually deteriorated over the years.
There has been a gradual change in the climate over the past decade.
- n. impartiality
- adj. showing no favouritism; being fair or just
- syn. objective
Teachers must be impartial judges of their students’ work.
Judges are known for their impartiality.
- adv. inordinately
- adj. a large amount or quantity; more than reasonable
- syn. excessive
The airlines had to cancel an inordinate number of flights due to the fog.
There was an inordinately large number of whales off the coast.
- adj. instantaneous
- adj. instant
- n. instant
- adv. happening immediately; in a short period of time
- syn. immediately
The computer finished the job instantly.
It happened in an instant.
- adj. intentional
- n. intention
- n. intent
- adv. with definite purpose and planning
- syn. deliberately
The machine was left on intentionally.
Her action was an indication of her good intentions.
- adv. intrinsically
- adj. being a primary part of something
- syn. inherent
A penny has little intrinsic value.
The forests of the Northwest are intrinsically rich in natural resources.
- n. inundation
- v. to flood
- syn. overwhelm
The radio stations were inundated with reports of a severe traffic accident.
The foundation experienced an inundation of requests for money.
- n. an established attitude or mood
- syn. mentality
A person is more likely to succeed if he or she approaches projects with a positive mindset.
The political mindset is different in every region of the country.
- adv. nominally
- adj. very small; in form, but not in substance
- syn. moderate
The office building was sold at a nominal price.
She was nominally successful as an actress.
- adj. presumable
- v. presume
- n. presumption
- adv. reported, but not confirmed
- syn. supposedly
The old wreck was presumably located southwest of Florida.
I presume that you have been camping before.
- n. diminutive
- adj. extremely or unusually small
- syn. minuscule
A diminutive figure dressed in black.
A diminutive person is short and small.