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Vocabulary

Unit 12

Word list.

acute [əˈkjuːt]
adj. When a bad thing is acute, it is very severe and intense.

When she fell out of the tree, the girl felt an acute pain in her arm.

aggression [əˈgreʃən] n. Aggression is behavior that is mean or violent to others.

The problem was only made worse by Mark’s aggression.

biography [baiˈɒgrəfi] n. A biography is an account of someone’s life that is written by someone else.

We read a biography about Charles Darwin in science class.

boost [buːst] v. To boost something means to increase or improve it.

Lowering prices boosts customers’ interest in shopping.

clap [klæp] v. To clap means to hit one’s hands together to express pleasure or get attention.

After the speech, everyone in the crowd clapped their hands for the speaker.

classical

adj. Classical music is more formal and serious than popular music.

Beethoven is a composer of classical music.

compel [kəmˈpel] v. To compel someone to do something means to force them to do it.

Traffic signs compel drivers to drive safely.

creation

n. A creation is something original that is made.

We saw the creation of a new political party.

dominance [ˈdɒmənəns] n. The dominance of a person is their state of being more powerful than others.

Large gorillas hit their chests to express their dominance over others.

gorgeous [ˈgɔːrdʒəs] adj. When something is gorgeous, it is very pleasing and attractive.

The girl picked out a gorgeous dress to wear to the dance.

inevitable [inˈevitəbəl] adj. When something is inevitable, it is certain to happen or cannot be avoided.

It is inevitable that the days will get longer in the summer.

legacy [ˈleɡəsi] n. A legacy is an effect that exists because of a person or thing in the past.

The legacy of the ancient Egyptians can be seen in their monuments.

masterpiece [ˈmæstərpiːs]
n. A masterpiece is a very good painting, novel, movie, or other work of art.

The Arc de Triomphe is considered a masterpiece in the world of architecture.

multiple [ˈmʌltəpəl] adj. If there are multiple things, there are many of them.

When the stunt went wrong, the man suffered multiple injuries.

narrate [næˈreit] v. To narrate a story means to write about it or read it aloud.

This story was written by John, but Aaron is narrating it to the crowd.

notorious [nouˈtɔːriəs] adj. When something is notorious, it is well-known because of something bad.

This area of town is notorious for gang activity.

overall [ˈouvərɔːl] adv.When a thing is talked about overall, the whole thing is considered.

Overall, the party was a huge success.

partiality [ˌpɑːrʃiˈæləti] n. A partiality is a tendency to prefer one thing to another.

She has a partiality for walking to school instead of driving.

spontaneous [spɒnˈteiniəs] adj. When an act is spontaneous, it is not planned. It happens suddenly.

My wife made a spontaneous decision to buy a new sofa while I was at work.

virtue [ˈvəːrtʃuː] n. A virtue is a good quality or way of behaving.

My best virtue is forgiveness.

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