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Unit 3 Level D
Abridge (v) to make shorter Synonyms: shorten condense, abbreviate Antonyms: expand, enlarge, augment
Altercation (n) an angry argument Synonyms: quarrel, dispute, squabble Antonyms: agreement, accord
Condone (v) to pardon or overlook Synonyms: ignore, wink at, turn a blind eye to Antonyms: censure, condemn, disapprove, depreciate
Dissent (v) to disagree; (n) disagreement Synonyms: (v) differ, dispute Antonyms: (v) agree, concur; (n) unanimity, harmony
Exorcise (v) to drive out by magic; to dispose of something troublesome, menacing, or oppressive Synonyms: expel, dispel
Fabricate (v) to make, manufacture; to make up, invent Synonyms: put together, devise, contrive, concoct Antonyms: take apart, undo, destroy, demolish
Irate (adj) angry Synonyms: incensed, infuriated, enraged, livid Antonyms: calm, composed, cool, unruffled
Rift (n) a split, break, breach Synonyms: crack, fissure, gap, cleft Antonym: reconciliation
Semblance (n) a likeness; an outward appearance; an apparition Synonyms: appearance, air, aura, veneer, façade Antonyms: dissimilarity, contrast, total lack
Terminate (v) to bring to an end Synonyms: conclude, finish, discontinue Antonyms: begin, commence, initiate
Spelling and Vocabulary Unit 3-D The Packet and Study Guide are due on Friday.
Abridge Definition: (n) a follower, supporter; (adj) attached, sticking to Synonyms: shorten, condense, abbreviate Antonyms: expand, enlarge, augment.
To make shorter Synonyms Shorten, condense, abbreviate Antonyms Expand, enlarge, augment.
1. Abridge: (v) to make shorter – Dad was so tired that he was only able to read the abridged version of the bed time story. Syn: shorten, condense, abbreviate.
Vocabulary Unit 3 Mrs. Williams English 9 and 9B.
Unit 3 Level D. Abridge (v) to make shorter Synonyms: shorten condense, abbreviate Antonyms: expand, enlarge, augment An abridged “History of the World”
Synonym - shorten Antonym – expand (v.) to make shorter Abridge ( ѳ brij’ )
9 TH LIT VOCAB UNIT 3. WORDS OF THE DAY Abridge (verb) to make shorter Travel by air __________ the time needed to reach far-distant places. Synonyms:
Filch, rob, swipe pilfer. a likeness semblance conclude, finish terminate.
Vocabulary 3. abridge to make shorter (World Cup)
VOCAB WEEK abridge We would lose the meaning of the novel if we were to abridge it. If he abridges his trip, he may save himself some money.
Vocab Unit 3 Enjoy the new words. Abridge (verb) To make shorter Often used with writing.
Vocabulary Unit 3A. Abridge (v.) to make shorter Hint: a bridge makes the distance shorter between areas.
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(noun) – a piece of land Examples: Synonyms : Area, territory, region Antonyms : void tract.
NOUN A passage taken from a book, article, etc. VERB To take such a passage; To quote SYNONYMS (N) portion, section, extract EXCERPT.
It’s Vocab Time!. Vocabulary Workshop, Level D Etymologies: Unit 3 Abridge (v.) to make shorter.
(verb) – to shorten by cutting off Examples: The teacher decided to truncate the detailed explanations. Synonyms : Abridge, shorten, abbreviate Antonyms.
Week 9 English II. 1.Autonomy-n- independence or freedom, as of the will or one's actions 2.Clemency-n- forgiveness for a crime 3.Coincidental- adj- happening.
Vocabulary Words Week of 10/15-10/. Abridge g-E g-E How is this movie.
Vocabulary words. Synonym different words with almost identical or similar meanings.
VOCAB WEEK marauder At the war's end, marauders raided the town and lit it on fire. They were marauders – brutal in their search for gold.
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Abridge A.shorten B.span C.extend D.amplify. abridge A.shorten B.span C.extend D.amplify.
Dis, di, dif “apart, two, separate”. diversion (n) turning aside, as from a course or purpose The boy pulled the fire alarm to create a diversion from.
MEETINGS. Types of meetings and… How was the meeting?
Wordpieces 3.6. Root: meta Alter, changed; beyond.
Chapter Vocabulary Enricher Eddy R.. Pang Sentence: The old man felt a pang every time he tried to walk fast. Synonym: Spasm, Shooting Pain WORD:
Unit One Grade Eight. 1. adage (n) a proverb, wise saying syn: maxim, aphorism.
Quiz 1) Convert log 2 4 = x into exponential form 2) Convert 3 y = 9 into logarithmic form 3) Graph y = log 4 x 2 x = 4 log 3 9 = y y = log 4 x.
Vocabulary Unit 3. Abridge (v) To make shorter. Link: a bridge The state ran out of bailout money and had to abridge the bridge.
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Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
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Vocabulary Unit 3B. Marauder (n.) a raider, plunderer.
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Using a Thesaurus. A thesaurus is a reference book that helps us to use more exact words for our writing. It is in alphabetical order like a dictionary.
Journal 3/14/16 What do you think causes cracks in the sidewalk and road? Objective Tonight’s Homework To learn how heat causes objects to expand p 383:
TARGET VOCABULARY CANKAYA UNIVERSITY - OFFICE OF BASIC AND ELECTIVE COURSES- ENGLISH UNIT.
DEBATE AND DIALOGUE 1. DEBATE/DISPUTE Dispute as a verb: To engage in argument or debate; To argue vehemently; wrangle; quarrel. Dispute as a noun: To.
Unit 3 Vocabulary. Abridge (v) To make shorter To abridge a 1000-page novel abbreviate, abstract, blue pencil, chop, clip, compress, concentrate,
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Are you ready to learn something new? Antonym = the opposite meaning Synonym = the same meaning.
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