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assess [əˈses] v. To assess something means to judge the structure, purpose, or quality of it.
She assessed the condition of the toy car before buying it.
astonish [əˈstɒniʃ] v. To astonish someone means to greatly surprise them.
The number of people that came to her party astonished her.
commence [kəˈmens] v. To commence something means to begin it.
His speech commenced with a “thankyou” to all who had helped him succeed.
essence [ˈesəns] n. The essence of something is its important qualities or basic characteristics.
The essence of the argument was that both sides felt they had lost money.
extract [ikˈstrӕkt] v. To extract something means to remove it.
The dentist extracted the woman’s damaged tooth and put in a fake one.
fabulous [ˈfæbjələs] adj. If something is fabulous, it is extremely good.
This strawberry is the best I’ve ever had. It’s fabulous.
haste [heist] n. Haste is speed in movement or action.
In order to get to the meeting in time, he proceeds with haste.
impulse [ˈimpʌls] n. An impulse is a sudden thoughtless urge to do something.
Because of the scary noise, she had an impulse to run somewhere and hide.
v. When you inhibit something you stop it from developing.
Poor reading skills will inhibit learning in a wide range of subject areas.
latter [ˈlætə:r] adj. Latter describes something last in a series or the second choice of two things.
In the latter minutes of the game, the visitors scored the winning goal.
molecule [ˈmɒləkjuːl] n. A molecule is the smallest basic unit that makes up a physical substance.
A tiny drop of water is made up of many billions of molecules of water.
ongoing [ˈɒnˌgouiŋ] adj. If something is ongoing, then it is still happening or still growing.
The development of plants is ongoing because it takes time for them to mature.
precise [priˈsais] adj. If someone is precise, then they are exact and careful about their work.
The builder was very precise about where he placed the nails.
proximity [prɒkˈsiməti] n. Proximity is closeness in time, space, or relationships.
All the trees in the proximity of the beach had been cut down.
publicity [pʌbˈlisəti] n. Publicity is public attention given to someone or something by the media.
She received a lot of publicity after her performance in the film.
remedy [ˈremədi] n. A remedy is a cure for a disease, argument, or problem.
A good remedy for a headache is an aspirin and a glass of water.
significance [sigˈnifikəns] n. The significance of something is the quality that makes it important.
The significance of the snowy weather was that we didn’t have to go to school.
subsequent [ˈsʌbsikwənt] adj. If something is subsequent, then it comes after something else in time.
The flood and the subsequent rescue of those caught in the flood were on TV.
synthetic [sinˈθetik] adj. If something is synthetic, then it is made to be like something natural.
Clothing made out of synthetic fabrics is very effective at keeping people warm.
terminal [ˈtəːrmənəl] adj. If something is terminal, then it causes or results in death.
Since his condition was not terminal, he felt a great sense of relief.
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