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aggregate [ˈӕgrəgit] adj. When a number is aggregate, it is made up of smaller amounts added together.
The company totaled its aggregate sales for the entire year.
antibiotic [ˈæntibaiˈɒtik] n. An antibiotic is a medical drug used to kill bacteria and treat infections.
The doctor gave me a shot of an antibiotic when I got the flu.
circuit [ˈsəːrkit] n. A circuit is a piece of an electronic device that allows electricity to flow.
Be very careful not to shock yourself when fixing an electrical circuit.
complement [ˈkɒmpləment] v. To complement something or someone is to make them better.
The wool scarf complemented her lovely eyes.
v. To compress something means to press or squeeze it so that it takes up less space.
I compressed my clothes to fit into a single suitcase.
database [ˈdeitəbeis] n. A database is a collection of data that is stored in a computer.
The company has a database of all the names and accounts of their customers.
equivalent [iˈkwivələnt] n. An equivalent is an amount or value that is the same as another amount or value.
I worked the equivalent of sixty hours this week.
immune [iˈmjuːn] adj. When someone is immune to a disease, they cannot be affected by it.
Children usually get shots to make them immune to certain diseases.
input [ˈinput] n. Input is information that is put into a computer.
Type the input into the computer program.
intimate [ˈintəmit] adj. When a relationship is intimate, the two things are very closely connected.
I only tell my secrets to my most intimate friends.
magnet [ˈmægnit] n. A magnet is a piece of iron or other material which attracts iron toward it.
I used a magnet to pick up the nails that were scattered on the floor.
metabolism [məˈtæbəlizəm] n. A person’s metabolism is the way chemical processes in their body use energy.
If you exercise every day, your metabolism speeds up.
microchip [ˈmaikrouˌtʃip] n. A microchip is a small device in a computer that holds information.
I can put more data on my computer if I buy a more powerful microchip.
phase [feiz] n. A phase is a stage in a process or the gradual development of something.
The first phase in the recycling project involves finding volunteers to help out.
pinch [pintʃ] v. To pinch means to take a piece of skin between one’s fingers and squeeze.
I pinched my nose, so I couldn’t smell the odor from the garbage.
prevalent [ˈprevələnt] adj. When something is prevalent, it is common.
Growing a beard is more prevalent in some countries than anothers.
adj. When something is quantum, it relates to the behavior of atomic particles.
The physics student studied quantum mechanics.
ratio [ˈreiʃou] n. A ratio is a relationship between two things expressed in numbers or amounts.
The boy to girl ratio is one to three.
spiral [ˈspaiərəl] n. A spiral is a shape which winds round and round as if around a silender.
A strand of DNA looks like two interlocking spirals.
viral [ˈvaiərəl] adj. When something is viral, it is a disease or infection that is caused by a virus.
The girl was in bed for a week when she had a viral infection.
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