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v. supplement, complete; n. supplement, addition Strawberries and cream complement each other perfectly. complement
v. praise, flatter, commend; n. praise, flatter She complained that her husband never paid her any compliments any more compliment
Adj. complete, through, exhaustive Is this list comprehensive or are there some names missing? comprehensive
v. admit; acknowledge, recognize The Government has conceded (that) the new tax policy has been a disaster concede
Adj. brief, short, abbreviated Make your answers clear and concise. concise
Adj. tangible, specific, real concrete
N. disagreement, argument; battle, war conflict
v. assemble, gather A crowd congregated around the entrance to the theatre, hoping to catch a glimpse of the stars of the show. congregate
Adj. noticeable, obvious, prominent In China, her blonde hair was conspicuous conspicuous
Adj. continuous, steady constant
v. Think about, ponder, speculate I'm contemplating going abroad for a year contemplate
Adj. disputable, debatable controversial
Adj. accessible, available, handy convenient
Adj. standard, ordinary, normal conventional behaviour/attitudes/clothes, conventional medicine/farming, a conventional wedding conventional
v. Deal with, manage, handle cope with
Adj. abundant, ample, plentiful He took copious notes during the lecture copious
Adj. congenial, warm, friendly a cordial smile/greeting/welcome/reception cordial
Adj. sophisticated, worldly, urbane, well traveled; international, worldwide, universal cosmopolitan
Adj. polite, refined, gracious Although she often disagreed with me, she was always courteous courteous
Adj. secret, hidden The government was accused of covert military operations against the regime. covert
n. fad, popular fashion The craze for health foods has become big business. craze
Adj. curved, twisted, zigzag; dishonest, corrupt You have to drive slowly on these crooked country roads crooked
Adj. critical, decisive, key crucial
Adj. rude, impolite, vulgar; unprocessed, raw, unrefined a crude remark/comment crude
Adj. secret, mysterious I received a cryptic message through the post cryptic
v. restrict, limit, control The Government should act to curb tax evasion curb
Adj. inquisitive; odd, strange A curious thing happened to me yesterday curious
Adj. abrupt, blunt, impolite to give a curt nod/reply The boss was rather curt with him curt
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