|Classify||طبقه بندی کردن|
|Install||نصب کردن، منصوب کردن|
|Vibrant||پر جنب و جوش|
- adv. accurately
- n. accuracy
- adj. careful and exact
- syn. precise
She was able to make accurate observations with the new telescope.
Experiments must be conducted with accuracy.
- adv. acutely
- n. acuteness
- adj. having a sudden consequence or severe effect
- syn. intense
The president was acutely aware of the fact that her decision would be unpopular.
He was suffering from an acute headache.
- adj. classified
- n. classification
- v. to place into groups according to type
- syn. arrange
Biologists classify life forms into many phyla.
The library’s catalog is a classification of books in the library.
- n. monetary unit; cash
- syn. money
Most purchases in foreign countries must be made in the local currency.
The Japanese currency is gaining strength against the dollar.
- adv. deeply
- n. depth
- v. deepen
- adj. far below the surface; complete understanding
- syn. thorough
Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world.
The depth of his understanding of math is remarkable.
- adv. densely
- n. density
- adj. closely packed or crowded; difficult to see through
- syn. thick
The boating accident was caused by the dense fog.
Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated cities in the world.
- adv. dimly
- n. dimness
- v. dim
- adj. not bright or clear
- syn. faint
The light was too dim for studying.
The stars dimly lit the evening sky.
- n. display
- v. to show; reveal.
- syn. exhibit
The model displayed the details of the human hand.
The candidate’s display of anger was unfortunate.
- adj. exported
- v. export
- n. products sold abroad
- syn. foreign sales
The United States’ imports now exceed its exports.
Exported goods are usually high in quality.
- adv. gigantically
- n. very large
- syn. enormous
Reaching the moon was a gigantic step in space exploration for mankind.
New methods of farming offer gigantic advantages over the old methods.
- adv. impressively
- v. impress
- n. impression
- adj. causing admiration because of an object’s importance, size, or quality
- syn. imposing
Lincoln’s power of persuasion was impressive.
Everyone left with a good impression of the play.
- n. installation
- n. installer
- v. to set up or create an office; to place in a fixed position
- syn. establish
The software we needed was already installed on the computer.
Mr Zandi was installed as president of the Zandi English Website last week.
- adj. Jargony
- n. language specific to a profession or activity; dialect
- syn. terminology
The legal jargon in the contract was confusing.
Science fiction jargon used in television shows and movies often comes from real science.
- v. last
- adj. forever; without end
- syn. enduring
Kennedy left a lasting impression on the people who heard his inaugural address.
The introduction of robots will have a lasting effect on the industry.
- adv. straightforwardly
- n. straightforwardness
- adj. easy to understand; simple; honest
- syn. uncomplicated
The assembly directions were straightforward.
His straightforward approach to his business dealings earned him respect.
- adv. uniformly
- n. uniformity
- adj. every part being the same
- syn. consistent
Bread has a uniform texture.
The grades on the test were uniformly poor.
- adv. vibrantly
- n. vibrancy
- adj. lively; powerful; full of action; bright
- syn. brilliant
His vibrant personality made him well-liked by everyone.
The vibrance of the city is attractive to many individuals.