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Vocabulary Week 5 Campagna
Glut Hollywood studios glut theaters with big- budget action movies during the summer season.
glut V. to provide more than is needed or wanted; to feed or fill to the point of overstuffing; n. an oversupply
incognito Just before the battle, the rebel army went incognito and snuck behind enemy lines.
incognito Adj., adv. In a disguised state, under an assumed name or identity; n. the state of being disguised; a person in disguise
invalidate Lawyers will try to invalidate the contract if it will help their client.
invalidate V. to make valueless, take away all force or effect
legendary Ajax was one of the legendary Greek heros who fought before the walls of Troy.
legendary Adj. described in well-known stories; existing in old stories (legends) rather than real life
maim Each year, falls maim thousands of people, some of them for life.
maim V. to cripple, disable, injure, mar, disfigure, mutilate
minimize Whenever you are in a car, you should wear your seatbelt to minimize the risk of injury in an accident.
minimize V. to make as small as possible, make the least of; to make smaller than before
oblique The boxer’s oblique punch left his opponent unscathed.
oblique Adj. slanting or sloping; not straightforward or direct
veer The huge storm finally veered out to sea, leaving much destruction in its wake.
veer V. to change direction or course suddenly, turn aside, shift, swerve
venerate In a number of religions, it is customary for people to venerate saints and martyrs to the faith.
venerate V. to regard with reverence, look up to with great respect
wanton The gas chambers at Auschwitz are a grim testimony to the wanton cruelty of the Nazis
wanton Adj. reckless; heartless; unjustifiable; loose in morals; n. a spoiled pampered person; one with low morals
VOCABULARY UNIT 2 Al Oruba International Schools English Department grade 8 Girls’ Section.
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