- bring about
|Account||حکایت، حساب، صورت حساب|
|Bring About||سبب وقوع امری شدن|
- adj. accountable
- v. account
- n. accounting
- n. a report of an event; money kept in a bank; a statement of something used or received, usually a financial report
- syn. store
His account of the incident varied from that of the other witnesses.
We need an accounting of all the money that was spent.
- adj. very old; old-fashioned; no longer used
- syn. ancient
These archaic methods of farming must be brought up-to-date.
His speech was full of archaic expressions.
- bring about
- ph. v. to cause something to happen
- syn. generate
The invention of the cell phone brought about an end to the popularity of traditional telephones.
The newly elected president of the club promised to bring about positive changes.
- n. enlightenment
- adj. enlightened
- v. to give information or understanding to someone
- syn. instruct
Books often enlighten readers to different ways of thinking.
The speaker enlightened the audience on how to succeed in college.
- adj. hastily
- adj. hasty
- n. hastiness
- v. to cause to go faster; move forward more quickly
- syn. accelerate
After notifying the driver’s family of the accident, the officer hastened to add that their son had not been hurt.
You should not make important decisions hastily.
- n. colour
- syn. colour
The hue of the sunset was beautiful.
The hue of the room gave it a warm feeling.
- n. inaction
- n. inactivity
- adj. not moving; not involved
- syn. idle
The virus remains inactive for a long period of time.
Her inaction has caused her to miss many opportunities to advance her career.
- adv. intricately
- n. intricacy
- adj. having many parts; finely detailed
- syn. complex
The intricate design of the vase made it a valuable piece for her collection.
I cannot begin to understand all of the intricacies of modern automobile motors.
- adv. magnificently
- adj. magnificent
- v. magnify*
- n. magnification*
- n. of great size or importance
- *to increase
- syn. dimension
The magnitude of shock waves determines the damage that occurs during an earthquake.
The invention of the telephone was a magnificent achievement for mankind.
- adv. obligingly
- adj. obliging
- adj. obligatory
- n. obligation
- v. to have to do something
- syn. require
She obliged her friend to choose a new lab partner.
Payment of the student activity fee was obligatory.
- adj. overlooked
- v. to ignore or neglect
- syn. disregard
Scientists must not overlook any aspect of the experimental procedure.
The overlooked error raised his score on the test.
- n. polling
- n. pollster
- n. questionnaire; a vote of public opinion
- syn. survey
The poll indicated that conservation of the environment was the number one issue with college students.
The pollster asked the questions in a nonpartisan manner.
- adv. practically
- adj. practicable
- an. practicality
- adj. convenient or effective
- syn. functional
Her ambitious plan was not very practical.
Space travel to distant planets is not practicable at this time.
- adv. predominantly
- n. predominate
- n. predominance
- adj. the most noticeable or powerful element
- syn. principal
The predominant export of the Middle East is petroleum.
Many cities in the Southwest are predominantly Hispanic.
- adv. promptly
- n. promptness
- v. to cause something to happen; do quickly; be on time
- syn. induce
His emotional plea prompted the director to give him a second chance.
Promptness is an important factor in many societies.
- n. provocation
- adj. provocative
- v. to cause or produce negative behaviour or result
- syn. trigger
The installation of speed cameras provoked an angry response from the public.
The manager did not deliberately provoke the argument among his workers.