|Gather||جمع آوری کردن|
- n. decline
- v. to move from good to bad, or from much too little; to refuse
- syn. decrease
The old man’s health has declined since he retired.
Serious communicable diseases are on the decline in most parts of the world.
- n. gathering
- v. to collect
- syn. collect
He carefully gathered his thoughts just before the interview.
A gathering of citizens developed outside the courthouse.
- v. motion*
- n. the state of changing one’s position
- *to direct by moving
- syn. movement
The motion of the flame was hypnotic.
They motioned her to leave the area.
- n. a sudden and intense release of something
- syn. eruption
The joke caused an outburst of laughter from the audience.
There was an outburst of complaints from the students when the teacher moved the test to Monday.
- adj. strongly supporting a group or point of view
- syn. biased
Partisan political infighting caused Congress’s influence to decline.
His views reflected his partisan bias.
- adj. patterned
- v. pattern
- n. a regular, repeated arrangement or action
- syn. habit
The bright pattern of the monarch butterfly distracts its predators.
The new stadium was patterned after the old traditional ballparks.
- adv. phenomenally
- adj. phenomenal
- n. phenomenon
- n. natural events or facts; strange or notable happenings
- syn. events
Rain showers are an almost unknown phenomena in the Atacama Desert of Chile.
The musician’s phenomenal performance was applauded by the critics.
- n. philanthropist
- n. philanthropy
- adj. a feeling of love for people, usually resulting in financial aid to worthy causes
- syn. humanitarian
The philanthropic work of the foundation benefits all sectors of society.
His philanthropy is recognized around the world.
- adv. placidly
- adj. quiet; not easily upset
- syn. calm
The placid nature of her personality made her easy to work with.
The waves moved placidly toward shore.
- adv. plentifully
- n. plenty
- adj. more than sufficient
- syn. abundant
Examples of Mira’s art are plentiful.
A balanced diet normally provides plenty of the necessary vitamins.
- adv. reactively
- adj. reactive
- v. react
- adj. reactionary
- n. a reply; a change that occurs when substances are mixed
- syn. response
When chlorine and ammonia are mixed, the chemical reaction causes chlorine gas.
They reacted to the report by making some swift changes in management.
- adv. rhythmically
- adj. rhythmic
- n. a regular pattern, usually in music
- syn. pulse
The rhythm of the rain hitting the roof put him to sleep.
She noticed the rhythmic beating of her heart as the moment of truth arrived.
- adv. scenically
- n. scenery
- n. scene
- adj. concerning pleasant natural surroundings
- syn. picturesque
The scenic route to the summit is much more interesting than the fastest route.
The scenery in rural Japan is impressive.
- adv. shallowly
- n. shallowness
- adj. not far from top to bottom
- syn. superficial
Estuaries are typically shallow bodies of water.
The results of their research demonstrated the shallowness of the hypothesis.
- v. shelter
- n. shelter
- adj. protected from harmful elements; isolated from reality
- syn. protected
She has led a sheltered life, her parents have done everything for her.
Everyone looked for shelter from the blazing sun.
- v. vanish
- adj. going out of sight
- syn. disappearing
The red squirrel is a vanishing species that needs a protected habitat to survive.
No one knows with certainty what caused the dinosaurs to vanish from the face of the earth.