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Vocabulary

Unit 28.

Word list.

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.

assign [əˈsīn]

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.

item [ˈīdəm]

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.

select [səˈlekt]

v. When you select something, you carefully choose it.

They had to select textbooks for each class.

structuer [ˈstrək(t)SHər]

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.

visual [ˈvizh(o͞o)əl]

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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