|Aptly||به جا، مستعد|
|Moderate||در حد متوسط|
|Odd||عجیب و غریب|
- adj. apt
- n. aptness
- adv. having a tendency to do something; likely
- syn. appropriately
It was an aptly timed remark.
Emotional problems are apt to damage personal relationships.
- adv. demonstrably
- v. demonstrate
- adj. demonstrative*
- adj. demonstrable
- n. a show or exhibit
- *overtly showing emotion
- syn. display
The demonstration clarified the procedure for everyone.
I have never seen politicians so demonstrative of their feelings.
- n. things combined to make something; the contents of something
- syn. elements
The ingredients of the product are kept secret.
Good style, punctuation, and grammar are the important ingredients of a good essay.
- adj. involuntary
- adv. in an unthinking manner; not chosen
- syn. automatically
He involuntarily worked overtime.
Reflexes are involuntary reactions to external stimuli.
- adv. marvellously
- adj. marvellous
- n. something that surprises or impresses
- syn. wonder
The Great Wall of China is one of the world’s marvels.
The weather was marvellous for an afternoon get-together in the park.
- adv. moderately
- v. moderate*
- n. moderation
- adj. not too much, not too little;
- *to reduce
- syn. medium
She made the best of her moderate dancing ability.
The Broadway play was moderately successful.
- n. motivation
- adj. motivated
- v. to provide a reason or purpose for doing something
- syn. encourage
Grades motivate most students to do well in their studies.
The speaker gave a motivational speech that inspired everyone in the audience.
- adv. oddly
- n. oddity
- adj. unusual
- syn. strange
It is odd to find a person who speaks many languages.
The moon rock is an oddity available at the museum for all to view.
- n. profuseness
- adv. profusely
- adj. to be very generous, often in excess
- syn. abundant
The company apologized profusely for the defects in its product.
She deserved the profuse praise from her teacher.
- adj. reflected
- v. reflect
- n. a picture or element thrown back
- syn. image
This bright smile was a reflection of his satisfaction.
In order for us to perceive something visually, light must be reflected from the object’s surface.
- adv. succinctly
- adj. short and to the point
- syn. concise
Since she had little time to speak, the biologist made her presentation succinct.
The class assignment is to summarize the book’s plot as succinctly as possible.
- adj. supposed
- v. suppose
- n. supposition
- adv. according to reports or hearsay; widely believed or accepted
- syn. presumably
The new trains are supposedly able to reach speeds of 150 miles per hour.
The stockbroker’s supposition is that the economy will improve.
- v. sustain
- adj. sustenance
- adj. continuing in a constant way; remaining strong
- syn. consistent
Sustained rainfall is the only hope they have for relief from the drought.
Luckily, the trees did not sustain any damage from the attack of the locusts.
- adv. symbolically
- adj. symbolic
- v. symbolize
- n. signs or objects that represent something or somebody
- syn. marks
The strange symbols found in Egyptian tombs have intrigued historians for centuries.
This painting symbolizes the universal themes of humanity.
- adv. synthetically*
- adj. synthetic*
- v. synthesize
- n. the mixing of separate things to form a whole;
- *not made by nature
- syn. combination
The language of Papiamento is a synthesis of Dutch and native Indian languages of Curacao.
Vitamins are synthetically produced.
- adv. tangibly
- n. tangibility
- adj. real; that which can be felt
- syn. concrete
The work of a teacher seldom produces tangible results until years after a student has graduated.
The solution to this problem can be tangibly demonstrated