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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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متن انگلیسی درس
ashore [əˈʃɔːr] adv. If something goes ashore, it goes from water to the land.
After a long day of fishing, Glen pulled his boat ashore, so it wouldn’t float away.
contradict [ˌkɒntrəˈdikt] v. To contradict means to state the opposite of what someone else has.
Ken was always fighting with his little sister because she kept contradicting him.
counterpart [ˈkauntərpɑːrt] v. A counterpart is something that is very similar to something else in what it does.
Our manager will meet our rival company’s counterpart later today.
devoid [diˈvɔid] adj.When something or someone is devoid of a thing, they are missing it.
The movie was devoid of any violence, so it was a perfect movie for the family.
diverge [diˈvəːrdʒ] v. To diverge is to become different or to follow a different direction.
The road diverged into two paths that led to our houses.
embryo [ˈembriou] n. An embryo is a human or animal that is still growing inside its mother.
Some doctors say that what a mother eats has a big effect on her embryo.
adv. When something finally happens, it happens at the end of a series of events.
We finally reach our destination.
gazette [gəˈzet] n. A gazette is a newspaper.
Alice wants to write for a gazette when she’s older.
homogeneous [ˌhouməˈdʒiːniəs] adj. If something is homogeneous, it is made up of things which are all the same.
All of the houses on Victor’s block were boring and homogenous.
adj. An individual is a single member of a group.
Each individual is responsible fo themselves.
adj. A major event is a very important event.
There had been a major shift in government policy.
obstruct [əbˈstrʌkt] v. To obstruct something means to get in its way.
The car broke down on the road and obstructed traffic for hours.
plunge [plʌndʒ] v. To plunge means to move down into something very quickly.
The water in the pool was very cold, but the boy plunged in anyway.
prolong [prouˈlɔ:ŋ] v. To prolong means to make something last for a longer time.
Sandy walked slowly across the beach, trying to prolong her lunch break.
publicize [ˈpʌbləsaiz] v. To publicize is to make something get a lot of attention.
The company publicized the job positions in the newspaper.
surplus [ˈsəːrplʌs] n. A surplus is an extra amount of something.
The store sold their surplus items on sale.
v. When something survives, it manages to continue to leave in spite of difficult circumstances.
She survived a hurt attack.
theorize [ˈθi:əraiz] v. To theorize means to develop ideas about something.
They enjoyed theorizing about how things worked.
verify [ˈverəfai] v. To verify means to find out if something is true.
Julian called the movie theater to verify that the movie started at nine.
vigorous [ˈvigərəs] adj. If something or someone is vigorous, they use a lot of energy.
Henry uses vigorous exercise to keep himself in shape.
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