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Week 22 Vocabulary Feb , 2013
Aquanaut A skilled worker who is an underwater explorer
Astronaut A person trained to travel in a spacecraft;. Person who travels into outer space
Autograph a person's signature written by hand ; when someone signs their name on something
Eavesdrop Listen without the speaker's knowledge
Endanger To put in a dangerous situation; to threaten
Heliport a landing and takeoff place for a helicopter ; A place where helicopters land and take off
Monorail A railway having a single track.
Nylon A thin plastic kind of thread or fabric; a strong material use to make clothes
Octagon A shape with eight straight sides. An eight-sided polygon
Prehistoric Before written history, millions of years ago.
Suburb A place where people live located on the outer limits of a city; A neighborhood close to a city.
Telecast A television broadcast
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