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Vocabulary

Unit 20

Word list.

absurd [əbˈsəːrd] adj. If something or someone is absurd, they are ridiculous.

That group of people making animal noises sounds completely absurd.

aristocracy [ӕrəˈstokrəsi] n. The aristocracy is the highest class of people in certain societies.

Most members of the aristocracy were very well-fed.

aristocrat [ˈæristəkræt] n. An aristocrat is a person who is of the highest class in certain societies.

The aristocrat did not need a job because his family was wealthy.

attire [əˈtaiər] n. Attire is nice or special clothing.

Everyone wore their best attire to the president’s daughter’s wedding.

craze [kreiz] n. A craze is a brief and popular activity or object.

Wearing bright red socks was a craze when I was in high school.

denote [dəˈnōt]

v. When one thing denotes another it’s stands as a sign or substitute for that thing.

Quatation marks are use to denote speech.

enlarge [enˈlaːrdʒ] v. To enlarge something means to make it bigger.

The classrooms were enlarged over the summer to make room for more students.

excess [ekˈses] n. An excess is an amount of something that is more than needed or wanted.

Because it never got cold that winter, many stores had an excess of coats.

feminine [ˈfemənin] adj. If something is feminine, then it has qualities that are commonly related to women.

Many of the older people thought his long hair made him look too feminine.

hierarchy [ˈhī(ə)ˌrärkē]

n. A hierarchy is a system of things or people ranked one above the other.

Everyone knows where they fade in hierarchy.

pad [pæd] n. A pad is a thick piece of soft material used to protect or clean things.

Football players wear shoulder pads to keep them safe.

partner

n. Your partner is someone who lives or works with you as an equal.

Ladys and gentlemen, take your partners for the next dance.

predominant [priˈdɒmənənt] adj. If something is predominant, then it is the most important, common or strongest.

Before cars were invented, horses were the predominant method of travel.

protocol [ ˈprōdəˌkôl]

n. protocol is a system of rules and costoms that guids how things are done.

The introduction of the gases follow the normal protocol.

reputable [repjəˈtəbəl] adj. If someone or something is reputable, then they have a good reputation.

The service from the less than reputable company made her angry.

signify [ˈsignəfai] v. To signify means to be a symbol of something.

A red octagon is used to signify to stop.

strap [stræp] n. A strap is a thin long piece of fabric used to fasten, carry, or hold something.

She put the strap of her purse over her shoulder and walked out of the door.

style

n. Your style is the way you do things.

Her clothes were all in a latest style.

tangle [ˈtæŋgəl] n. A tangle is something or many things twisted together.

The laces of his shoes were in such a tangle that he could not untie them.

vanity [ˈvænəti] n. Vanity is excessive pride or love of one’s own appearance or things one has done.

Her vanity won’t allow her to pass a mirror without looking at herself.

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