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Words with Latin Roots Definitions
the group of spectators at a public event; listeners or viewers collectively, as in attendance at a theater or concert: The audience was respectful of the speaker's opinion.
something that is advantageous or good; an advantage: He explained the benefits of public ownership of the postal system.
a building or group of buildings with facilities for the manufacture of goods. They call it a law school, but it's just a degree factory.
capable of being bent, usually without breaking; easily bent: Gymnasts are very flexible athletes.
to bring down to a smaller extent, size, amount, number, etc.: The doctor wants Sheila to reduce her weight by 10 pounds.
commendation or honor given for some action, quality, etc.: You should give credit where it is due.
A reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them. Sarah uses a dictionary to help her spell words correctly.
a part that is cut off or separated. Ken reads the sports section of the newspaper first.
so extraordinary as to seem impossible: incredible speed. 2. not credible; hard to believe; unbelievable: The plot of the book is incredible.
something built or constructed, as a building, bridge, or dam. Max knew that a bunk bed was the perfect structure to use when building an indoor fort.
This invertebrate has three pairs of legs and three body segments; head, thorax, and abdomen. He wasn't one for using any kind of insect repellent
of, pertaining to, or employed in the transmission, reception, or reproduction of sound.sound The audio portion of the sound system did not work.
To cause to know; to make known by name. Will you introduce him to me?
to declare or tell in advance; prophesy; foretell: The weathermans prediction of rain was false.
the act of destroyingdestroying The volcano caused mass destruction in Haiti.
the act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession. More women are going online to seek an education.
1. to force (a fluid) into a passage, cavity, or tissue: to inject a medicine into the veins.force 2. to introduce (something new or different): to inject humor into a situation. Researchers have tried for decades to use tiny syringes to inject cells.
1. an image; representation; counterpartimage 2. a thought occurring in consideration or meditation Such a thoughtful speech deserves our time and reflection.
a reason or argument offered in disagreement, opposition, refusal, or disapproval.reason Karens objection to the policy was withdrawn.
depressed in spirits; disheartened; low-spirited: The dejected expression on the face of the loser spoiled my victory.expression
the making of goods or wares by manual labor or by machinery, especially on a large scale: Our companies manufacture television sets.
1. to say or read (something) aloud for another person to transcribe or for a machine to record: to dictate some letters to a secretary. 2. to give orders. The answers to those questions dictate where to send your work.