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Vocabulary

Unit 13

Word list.

aspect [ˈæspekt] n. An aspect is one part or feature of something.

I thought about the different aspects of owning two dogs.

asset [ˈæset] n. An asset is a skill or quality that is useful or valuable.

The coach realized the boy’s speed was an asset to the team.

assignment

n. An assignment is a task that is given to you to do.

He was given a difficult assignment, but he felt he could succeed in doing it.

awareness

n. An awareness is knowledge or perception of a situation or fact.

She has little awareness of what needs to be done.

bud [bʌd] n. A bud is a part of a plant that turns into a flower or a leaf.

Two weeks after planting the seed, a small bud appeared.

coordinate [kouˈɔːrdəneit] v. To coordinate things is to make different parts work together.

Each skating team had to coordinate their movements for the show.

credict

n. Credit is something good in your favor.

His bank account is in credit, so he has money he can spend.

disprove [disˈpruːv] v. To disprove something means to show that it is not true.

The scientist disproved the theory that the sun moved around the Earth.

humanitarian [hjuːˌmænəˈtɛəriən] adj. If something is humanitarian, it is connected to helping people’s lives.

After the flood, several humanitarian organizations offered help.

hypothesis [haiˈpɒθəsis]
n. A hypothesis is an idea about something that has not been proved yet.

The teacher did an experiment to prove whether his hypothesis was right.

informative [inˈfɔːrmətiv] adj. When something is informative, it provides a lot of information.

The travel guide had a lot of informative facts about the region.

optic [ˈɒptik] adj. When something is optic, it relates to the eyes or light.

Her blindness was caused by a problem with her optic nerve.

premise [ˈpremis] n. A premise is an idea on which something is based.

The premise of the movie that Bobbi and I watched was unrealistic.

rack [ræk] n. A rack is an object with shelves that holds things.

He stored his tools on a rack.

Renaissance [reˈnəsɑːns] n. The Renaissance was a period between the 14th and 17th centuries.

Leonardo Da Vinci was a popular artist of the Renaissance.

spatial [ˈspeiʃəl] adj When something is spatial, it relates to the position and size of things.

He was asked where the books were located to test his spatial ability.

specify [ˈspesəfai] v. To specify is to describe something clearly.

The poster didn’t specify where the concert was taking place.

tie v. If you tie two things togeter, you fasten them with rope, strength, etc.

The dog is used to being tied up.

undertake

v. To undertake a particular task is to take on the responsibility of doing it.

We undertook to make sure everebody was well informed of current progress.

wax [wæks] n. Wax is a substance that is slightly shiny and melts when heated.

The candles are made of wax.

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