- factor in
|Chaotic||بی نظم، پر هرج و مرج|
|Exemplify||با نمونه نشان دادن|
|Factor In||در نظر گرفتن|
|Interpret||تفسیر کردن، درک کردن|
|Stream||جریان، جاری شدن|
|Striking||قابل توجه، موثر|
- n. chaos
- adj. being in complete disorder and confusion
- syn. disorganized
The traffic in Seoul is often chaotic.
There was complete chaos when the world champions arrived at the airport.
- adv. controversially
- n. controversy
- adj. causing disagreement or argument
- syn. divisive
The governor made a controversial decision to raise taxes.
The controversy was caused by the proposal to build an airport in the area.
- adj. exemplary
- v. to give an example
- syn. symbolize
The recent downturn in the housing industry exemplifies the poor economic conditions.
Her exemplary academic achievement is representative of most students at this institution.
- factor in
- ph. v. to account for something while making a decision or analysis
- syn. consider
The family had to factor in the price of gasoline as they planned their road trip.
The architect did not factor in the required distance from the sidewalk in his design.
- adv. gratefully
- adj. grateful
- v. gratify
- n. gratification
- n. gratefulness
- adj. giving pleasure or a feeling of accomplishment; showing thanks
- syn. satisfying
Studying abroad can be a very gratifying experience.
She was grateful for all the work he had done for her.
- n. interpreter
- n. interpretation
- n. interpreting
- u. to understand the meaning of something
- syn. clarify
The ambiguous speech was very difficult to interpret.
Their interpretation of the story generated some interesting discussion.
- n. launch
- n. launching
- v. to cause something to begin
- syn. initiate
The company launched a new program to attract more clients.
The launching of the first Soviet Sputnik created concern among the American public.
- adv. legitimately
- n. legitimacy
- adj. reasonable; lawful
- syn. authentic
The engineer had a legitimate reason for changing the design of the building.
The legitimacy of the theory has yet to be determined.
- adj. lethargic
- adv. lethargically
- n. a lack of energy or commitment; lazy; indifferent
- syn. sluggishness
The hippopotamus basking in the sun displayed almost total lethargy.
When it is time to do homework assignments, many students become lethargic.
- adv. particularly*
- adj. a certain way or thing; unusual; hard to please;
- syn. specific
The speaker has a particular way of persuading his audience.
That group of workers is particularly difficult to satisfy.
- adv. radiantly
- n. radiance
- n. radiation
- n. radiator
- adj. sending out in all directions, especially heat or light
- syn. bright
The actor’s radiant smile captivated the audience.
The radiance of the fire prevented the firefighters from entering the house.
- n. the top of a mountain range; a raised part of any surface
- syn. crest
A bald eagle stood on the ridge of the tall office building.
The mountain ridge was heavily forested.
- n. span
- v. the length of time or distance from one limit to the other; to cross
- syn. cover
The old man’s life spanned two centuries.
The span of the bridge is three miles.
- adv. spontaneously
- n. spontaneity
- adj. unplanned; uncontrolled
- syn. instinctive
The spontaneous combustion inside the cylinder creates the power of the motor.
The crowd reacted spontaneously to the danger.
- v. stream
- n. a natural flow of something; a pouring out
- syn. river
There was a constant stream of information coming from the White House.
Water streamed from the dam as workers attempted to make the repairs.
- adv. strikingly
- adj. drawing special attention to
- syn. remarkable
His striking proposal saved the company from bankruptcy.
That was a strikingly convincing argument that the speaker delivered.