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~fer To carry, bear, bring together
Chauffeur(n) Circumference(n.) Conference(n.) Differ (v.) Fertile(adj.) Infer(v.) Offer(v.) Prefer (v.) Referral(n.) Transfer (v.)
Chauffeur(n) A person hired to drive Bring someone to another location Rick had scheduled a chauffeur to pick him up at the airport and drive him to his hotel.
Circumference(n.) The distance around a circle To carry the distance around a circle The distance around the circle is the circumference.
Conference(n.) A meeting that brings people together to exchange views or information The students were going to a conference to learn new ideas about saving money.
Differ (v.) To carry a different opinion To carry an opposing view The detailed and informative story began to digress and lose clarity.
Fertile(adj.) Capable of bearing or producing crops The fertile land is able to bear and produce many crops.
Infer (v.) To bring together information to reach a conclusion Reading between the lines is the same as inference.
Offer (v.) To bring forth ideas To propose or present Amy offered to decorate the room with balloons for the party.
Prefer (v.) To choose one thing that carries priority over another To value more highly Would you prefer to eat chicken nuggets or hamburgers for dinner.
Referral (n.) A recommendation A letter or notice that carries good words about a person A letter of referral was written for the Elite Janitorial Company.
Transfer(v.) To bring something from one place to another Bob had to transfer when his company decided to leave California for Kentucky.
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