|Antiquated||منسوخ و قدیمی|
|Investigation||تحقیق و بررسی|
|Transform||تغییر شکل دادن|
|Unbiased||بی طرفانه، بی غرض|
- n. antique
- adj. too old to be presently useful; outmoded
- syn. old-fashioned
This antiquated machinery breaks down too frequently.
Their home is filled with antique furniture.
- adv. coherently
- v. cohere
- n. coherence
- adj. cohesive*
- n. cohesion*
- adj. well reasoned; ideas that are clearly presented
- *sticking together as a group
- syn. logical
It was a well-balanced, coherent presentation.
There was a cohesive feeling among the new workers.
- v. to grow; to go through a period of change
- syn. develop
The management team’s idea evolved over a period of two years.
The country’s hopes for rapid evolution of its economy depend on the approval of free trade agreements.
- adj. fabricated
- n. fabrication
- v. to make up, usually with an intent to fool or trick; to lie
- syn. invent
The executive fabricated the story about the merger.
His alibi is the weakest fabrication I have ever heard.
- adv. generically
- adj. relating to a whole group or category of things
- syn. general
Bird is the generic term used to describe animals with feathers.
Universities provide students with the generic skills needed to compete in the workplace.
- adj. investigative
- v. investigate
- n. investigator
- n. a careful examination in order to determine facts
- syn. probe
The comprehensive investigation of the bank revealed no illegal activity.
Some members of the Senate wanted to appoint a special investigator.
- adj. normal
- v. normalize
- n. normalization
- n. norm
- adv. commonly; usually
- syn. typically
It is normally quite cold this time of the year.
The new treaty led to a normalization of relations between the two countries.
- n. an idea, belief, or opinion
- syn. concept
She has the notion that she wants to become an architect.
Some outlandish notions about the origin of the solar system have been disproved.
- adj. something unusual, uncommon; new
- syn. original
The physicist had some novel ideas about travelling at the speed of light.
The novel suggestions were implemented.
- adj. nurturing
- n. nurture
- v. to support and encourage the development of something
- syn. cultivate
The owner of the vineyard carefully nurtures the grapevines in order to produce the best grapes.
That school is well-known for having a nurturing learning environment.
- adj. opposed
- v. oppose
- n. the state of acting against; not being in agreement
- syn. resistance
The students voiced their opposition to the rise in tuition.
The government opposed price controls.
- n. relation
- n. relationship
- v. to tell; to show a connection between two things
- syn. communicate
Although they did not agree with the plan, they did not relate their opposition to it.
What is the relationship between supply and demand?
- adj. suspected
- n. suspicion
- n. suspect
- v. to think that something is true, but having no proof
- syn. speculate
He suspected that the substance was not present in the compound.
I have a suspicion that he will want to participate in the investigation.
- n. transformation
- n. transformer
- v. to change in form or appearance
- syn. alter
The leader’s policies transformed the country in many positive ways.
The student’s transformation from a “D” student to a “B” student was remarkable.
- adj. triggered
- v. to initiate, cause or start
- syn. generate
The possibility of being in the path of a hurricane triggered fear in the residents of coastal areas.
The town hall meeting triggered a lively debate about the need for increased taxes.
- adj. with no preconceptions
- syn. objective
Her unbiased analysis of the problem allowed her to find the solution more rapidly.
Here is unbiased proof that nitrogen exists in this compound.
- adv. variably
- adj. variable
- adj. various
- v. vary
- n. variant
- n. variety
- n. variation
- n. variability
- adj. being of many different types
- syn. diverse
The class expressed varied opinions about the movie.
There are various ways to solve the problem.