|Accelerate||سرعت بخشیدن، شتاب دادن|
|Cultivate||کشت کردن، ترویج کردن|
|Engender||تولید نسل کردن|
|Engross||غرق در فکر چیزی|
|Harvest||محصول، درو کردن|
|Obtain||به دست آوردن|
|Settle||مستقر شدن، حل کردن|
|Transport||حمل و نقل|
- n. acceleration
- n. accelerator
- v. to go faster
- syn. hasten
The action of molecules accelerates when they are heated.
The poor condition of the motor made acceleration difficult.
- adj. creeping
- v. to move slowly and quietly close to the ground; to begin to happen
- syn. crawl
Some mistakes are beginning to creep into his work.
Ivy is a creeping variety of plants.
- adj. crushing
- n. crush
- v. to press together so as to completely distort the shape or nature of the object
- syn. grind
The machine crushes corn to produce cornmeal.
Passage of the legislation was a crushing blow to the president’s program.
- adj. cultivated
- n. cultivation
- v. to plant and raise a crop; to encourage the growth of a relationship or friendship
- syn. grow
The professionals had common interests that allowed them to cultivate a working relationship with each other.
The cultivation of diverse crops in pre-Columbian America is well documented.
- adj. dictatorial
- n. dictator
- v. to state demands with the power to enforce
- syn. impose
The workers were not in a position to dictate demands to management.
His boss resembled a dictator.
- adj. distinguishable
- adj. distinguished
- adj. distinguishing
- v. to hear, see or recognize differences
- syn. discriminate
Some people cannot distinguish colors well.
Anteaters are distinguished by their long noses.
- adv. docilely
- n. docility
- adj. easy to control or train
- syn. manageable
The moose is typically a very docile animal.
Many rebellious young people see docility as a weakness.
- v. to cause something new to exist; to create
- syn. produce
the politician’s charisma engendered enthusiasm.
Economic conditions in the 1950s engendered an era of industrial growth.
- n. engrossment
- adj. engrossing
- v. to become completely occupied or involved in an activity
- syn. engage
The teacher’s lecture engrossed the entire class.
Henry’s short stories engross readers all the way to their surprise endings.
- adj. flawed
- n. a small sign of damage that makes an item imperfect
- syn. defect
There is a flaw in his theory.
They noticed that the contract was flawed.
- adj. harvested
- v. harvest
- n. the act of collecting a crop; the crops gathered
- syn. gather
The United States had a comparatively good grain harvest this year.
They were able to harvest the crop before the rain.
- n. mammoth
- adj. very large
- syn. enormous
The successful entrepreneur is now known as a mammoth in the computer world.
The physics teacher required the students to purchase a mammoth textbook.
- n. mirror
- v. to show, as in a mirror
- syn. reflect
The results of the study mirror public opinion.
The strength of the economy is mirrored in the standard of living of the people.
- adj. obtainable
- v. to gain or secure something
- syn. gain
The university obtained a new particle accelerator.
The painting by Ali Rahimi was not obtainable.
- n. a very small piece of something
- syn. fragment
Particles of dust can destroy electronic instruments.
Small particles of matter hold the keys to understanding the origin of life.
- adj. settled
- n. settlement
- v. to establish a home; to resolve a disagreement
- syn. colonize
People arriving from the South settled in Shiraz.
The lawyers settled their differences and came to an agreement.
- adj. transportable
- adj. transported
- n. transportation
- v. to move from one place to another
- syn. carry
Flying is not always the fastest way to transport passengers to their destination.
The transportation expenses of products increase the final cost of the item.