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Trac, Tract = pull, draw, drag
Tractor: A machine that pulls up and drags things The farmed plowed the field with a tractor.
Contract: to draw something together Alex Rodriguez signed a ten-year contract with the Yankees for 27.5 million dollars.
Retract: to pull something back The construction worker pushed a button so that the tape measure would retract. The sea otter can retract his claws !
Attract: to be pulled toward something The magnet attracted the paperclips. The bee was attracted to the flower’s nectar.
Subtract: to pull something away from something larger The student used manipulatives to help her subtract.
Extract: to pull something out The boy yelled, “Ouch!” when the dentist extracted his tooth.
Detract: to draw attention away to something else The teacher said, “Don’t let the snow detract your attention away from the lesson!”
Distraction: something that pulls in different directions Youtube, Twitter, and Facebook were a distraction for John as he tried to complete his Quick Write.
Retrace: draw again The boy retraced his steps, to try to find his missing iPad.
Tract~ Pull. Abstract(adj.) Attract(n.) Contract (v.) Distract (v.) Extract (v.) Protract(v.) Retraction (n.) Subtract(v.) Traction(adj.) Tractor(n.)
Word List: tract = pull.
Audi hear, listen. inaudible The talking amongst the audience made the speaker’s voice inaudible.
Word List: tract = pull. to pull a person’s attention in another direction.
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