|Alter||تغییر دادن، عوض کردن|
|Analyze||تجزیه و تحلیل کردن|
|Ancient||باستانی، کهن، قدیمی|
|Anticipate||پیش بینی کردن|
|Ascertain||معلوم و مشخص کردن|
|Conform||مطابقت کردن ، پیروی کردن|
|Intensify||شدید شدن، افزایش دادن|
|Ongoing||درحال پیشرفت، مداوم|
|Restore||پس دادن، تعمیر کردن|
- v. altered
- n. alteration
- adj. alterable
- adv. alterably
- v. to change or make different
- syn. modify
Will the storm alter its course and miss the coast?
Gloria hasn’t altered her plans to return to school.
- v. analyzed
- n. analysis
- v. to study something carefully; to separate into parts for study
- syn. examine
Scientists must analyze problems thoroughly.
Analysis of the substance confirms the presence of nitrogen.
- adj. something from a long time ago; very old
- syn. old
Archaeologists analyze ancient civilizations.
Dave found an ancient Roman coin.
- n. annoyance
- v. annoy
- adv. annoyingly
- adj. a slight bother; disturbing to a person
- syn. bothersome
Mosquitos can be an annoying part of a vacation at the beach.
She annoyed her parents by coming home late.
- adj. anticipatory
- n. anticipation
- v. to think about or prepare for something ahead of time
- syn. predict
No one can anticipate the results of the games.
They planned their vacation with anticipation.
- adj. ascertainable
- adv. ascertainably
- n. ascertainment
- v. to discover; find out
- syn. determine
I tried to ascertain if he was telling the truth.
The jury made a decision based on its ascertainment of the facts.
- n. conformity
- n. conformist
- v. to follow established rules or patterns of behavior
- syn. adapt
You must conform to the rules or leave the club.
She has always been a conformist.
- n. enrichment
- adj. enriching
- v. to make rich; to make something of greater value
- syn. enhance
The fine arts enrich our lives.
The discovery of oil was an enrichment for the country.
- n. intensity
- adj. intense
- adj. intensive
- adv. intensely
- adv. intensively
- v. to make stronger in feeling or quality
- syn. heighten
The importance of the test will sometimes intensify the nervousness of the students.
The chess match was played with great intensity.
- n. intolerance
- adv. intolerably
- adj. intolerant
- adj. difficult or painful to experience; not able to accept different ways of thought or behavior
- syn. unbearable
Any opposition to the rules is intolerable.
His boss was intolerant of his tardiness.
- adj. continuing
- syn. current
The tutoring project is an ongoing program of the school.
Maintaining roads is an ongoing job.
- adj. potential
- adv. potentially
- n. having or showing the capacity to develop into something in the future.
- syn. possibility
The medical students have shown great potential to become doctors.
Small space heaters are a potential fire hazard.
- n. proposal
- n. proposition
- adj. proposed
- v. to suggest or plan to do something
- syn. suggest
The governor is going to propose new taxes.
Her proposal was well accepted.
- n. restoration
- adj. restored
- v. to give back or bring back something; to return to the original condition
- syn. revitalize
He restored my confidence in him.
It is a beautiful restoration of the old table.
- n. a fundamental element or principal part of something
- syn. essential
Milk, bread, and eggs are staples of most American grocery stores.
The main staple of Asian diets is rice.
- n. turbulence
- adv. turbulently
- adj. to be in a disordered, disturbed, or unstable condition
- syn. chaotic
The plane flew through an area of turbulence.
The turbulent crowd insisted on a meeting with the prime minister.
- adv. vitality
- adj. of great importance; full of life
- syn. indispensable
Money is vital to the success of the program.
His intense vitality was easily observable.