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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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allocate [ˈæləkeit] v. To allocate something means to put it aside for a certain purpose or person.
The government allocated $100 million to aid the disaster relief effort.
appetizing [ˈæpitaiziŋ] adj. When food is appetizing, it looks and smells very good.
The appetizing plate of cookies was gone in half an hour.
v. When you assign work, you give that work to particular people.
I was assign the job of making sure every one had plenty to drink.
cavity [ˈkævəti] n. A cavity is a hole or space in something.
There was a small cavity in the wall of the cave where an animal lived.
clockwise [ˈklɒkwaiz] adv. If something moves clockwise, it moves in a circle in the same direction as a clock.
Turn the screw clockwise to tighten it.
concentric [kənˈsentrik] adj. When circles or rings are concentric, they have the same center.
The target was a series of concentric circles.
courtesy [ˈkɔːrtəsi] n. Courtesy is the excellence of manners or social conduct.
Jenna always behaves with great courtesy when people visit her home.
crisp [krisp] adj. When food is crisp, it is hard or has a hard surface in a way that is pleasant.
My favorite snack is a bag of crisp, delicious potato chips.
discord [ˈdiskɔːrd] n. Discord is disagreement or fighting.
There was much discord between the experts on the talk show.
generate [ˈdʒenəreit] v. To generate something means to cause it to develop or begin.
The mayor promised to generate new jobs and programs to help the poor.
n. An item is a single, separate piece.
There were some items of clothing found at the crime scene.
interchange [ˌintərˈtʃeindʒ] n. An interchange of ideas between people is a discussion of each person’s idea.
There was an interchange of ideas between the groups.
multicultural [ˌmʌltiˈkʌltʃərəl] adj. When something is multicultural, it relates to many different cultures.
Everyone was welcomed to attend the multicultural celebration.
omission [ouˈmiʃən] n. An omission is something that has been left out or not done.
Mike was upset because of the omission of his name during the ceremony.
oversee [ˌouvərˈsiː] v. To oversee something means to make sure that it is being done properly.
His job was to oversee the progress of the construction project.
pierce [piərs] v. To pierce something means to make a hole in it using a sharp object.
The arrow pierced the target in the very center.
v. When you select something, you carefully choose it.
They had to select textbooks for each class.
n.The structure involves the shape and organization of the parts of a building or group.
There are big differences in family structure in different cultures.
adj. Visual relates to seen.
The visual displayes were vwry attractive.
wavy [ˈweivi] adj. When something is wavy, it is not straight but has a series of curves.
The child drew wavy lines all over the piece of paper.
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