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504 absolutely essential words

504 absolutely essential words


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Published by Hamed Latafat
All difficult words of book "504 absolutely essential words"
written by : Murray Bromberg, Julius Liebb, and Arthur Traiger
gathered by : Hamed Latafat
All difficult words of book "504 absolutely essential words"
written by : Murray Bromberg, Julius Liebb, and Arthur Traiger
gathered by : Hamed Latafat

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Published by: Hamed Latafat on Nov 07, 2008
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Aboveboard: exposed; obvious; fair; just; without concealment or deception; honest

Accurate: exactly right as the result of care or pains; precise; correct in all details; capable of reaching the intended target

Capacity: amount of room or space inside; largest amount that can be a container; volume which can be contained or received

Cautious: very careful; never taking chances; wary; careful to avoid potential problems or dangers

Confidence man: a confidence trickster; a swindler who exploits the confidence of his victim; defrauder

Confident: firmly believing; certain; sure; persuaded of

Die: stop living; fail utterly or come to an end; small cubes with 1 to 6 spots on the faces; a device used for shaping metal

Doubt: not believe; not be sure of; feel uncertain about; lack of certainty; the state of being unsure of something

Eardrum: the membrane of the middle ear, which vibrates in response to sound waves

Grateful: feeling or showing gratitude; thankful; appreciative; expressing thanks; affording comfort or pleasure

Jar: a wide-mouthed cylindrical container made of glass or pottery; a cylindrical vessel with a wide mouth and without handles

Marvelous: wonderful; splendid; excellent; astonishing; causing great wonder; extraordinary; extremely good or pleasing

Microscope: instrument with a lens for making objects larger so that one can see things more clearly

Mischief:source of evil or misfortune; harm; damage; trouble maker (usually a child); vexation; annoyance

Penetrate: get into or through; pass into; enter; pierce; understand; comprehend; understand or gain insight into

Pierce: go into; go through;prick, stab; penetrate; make a hole; force or cut a way through

Pound: punch; strike; hit; beat; shatter; smash; shake heavily; unit of weight equal to 16 ounces (equal to 454 grams)

Retina: light-sensitive layer at the back of the eyeball which receives images and transmits them to the brain as nerve impulses

Scar: mark left on the skin after a wound or burn has healed

Slender: long and thin; limited; slight; slim; gracefully thin; barely sufficient

Surpass: be greater than; do better than; excel; go beyond; transcend; exceed

Toothpick: small pointed piece of wood for cleaning between the teeth

Vast: very great; enormous; huge; large; of very great extent or quantity; immense

Vex: anger; puzzle; confuse and concern; make annoyed or worried; disturb the peace of mind of

Wilderness: wastelands; forest; desert; range; back country; uninhabited region; garden for wild growth

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