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|Aggravating||آزاردهنده، بدتر کردن|
|Amusement||لذت، تفریح و سرگرمی|
|Conceivably||به طور امکان پذیر|
|Debilitating||تضعیف کننده، ناتوان کردن|
|Take On||در بر گرفتن|
|Trap||به دام انداختن|
|Undeniably||غیر قابل انکار|
|Underestimated||دست کم گرفته شده|
- n. aggravation
- v. aggravate
- adj. making worse; annoying
- syn. irritating
The aggravating delay was caused by road repairs.
The shortage of work aggravated the crisis in the small town.
- adv. amusingly
- adj. amusing
- v. amuse
- n. something that holds interest and is enjoyable
- syn. diversion
We listened in amusement as he tried to convince his friend to lend him $50.
His amusing comment made everyone laugh.
- adj. conceivable
- v. conceive
- adv. feasibly; believably
- syn. possibly
They could conceivably earn a first place with their science project.
It is conceivable that humans will travel to distant planets one day.
- adj. convertible
- n. conversion
- v. to change from one form or state to another
- syn. alter
When boiled, liquids convert into gases.
The conversion from Fahrenheit to centigrade can be easily made.
- n. cure
- adj. being able to restore to good condition
- syn. healing
The curative properties of certain plants have been well documented.
There is no simple cure for the ills of society.
- v. debilitate
- n. debility
- adj. weakening
- syn. weakening
The lack of investment savings has a debilitating effect on the economy.
The patient’s debility limited his mobility.
- adj. depleted
- n. depletion
- v. to use up; reduce greatly
- syn. consume
the depleted all of her savings to buy the word processor.
The depletion of the Earth’s oil reserves poses a threat to our current way of life.
- adj. of a certain amount; having an end; not infinite
- syn. limited
There are a finite number of explanations for the unusual results.
Is there a finite number of stars in the universe?
- adv. perceptibly
- adj. perceivable
- adj. perceptive
- adv. perceptively
- n. perception
- v. to sense; become aware of
- syn. observe
We perceive the major differences between the two political parties.
Porpoises are very perceptive mammals.
- adv. securely
- adj. secure
- v. secure
- n. the feeling of freedom from danger, doubt, or worry
- syn. safety
Her sense of security increased as her grades improved.
We secured all of the doors of the lab before leaving.
- take on
- ph. v. to accept a task; to deal with something
- syn. undertake
Certain programs take on the task of protecting a computer from harmful Internet viruses.
The athlete enjoys taking on new fitness challenges.
- n. toxicity
- adj. harmful; capable of being fatal
- syn. poisonous
The disposal of toxic wastes is an ongoing environmental issue.
This product has the highest toxicity of any known to science.
- adv. tranquilly
- adj. tranquil
- v. tranquillize
- n. calm; quietness
- syn. peacefulness
The tranquillity of the lake at sunrise inspired a profound sense of well-being.
His tranquil manner of expression made us all feel more secure.
- adj. trapped
- n. trap
- v. to catch and hold onto, usually by trickery; deceived
- syn. retain
I was trapped in paying for the meal.
The trapped animals were released after being tagged by the wildlife conservationists.
- adj. undeniable
- adv. clearly true
- syn. absolutely
Of all the planets in our solar system, the Earth is undeniably the most conducive to supporting life.
It is undeniable that he has the skill, but he needs to show more initiative.
- v. underestimate
- adj. guessed lower than the actual quantity
- syn. miscalculated
The underestimated demand for tickets made the theatre manager plan better for the next performance.
The treasurer underestimated the cost of the new furniture.