abstract
according
acronym
affect
alter
analogy
analysis
analyze
annotate
anticipate
application
apply
approach
appropriate
approximate
arrange
articulate
aspects
assemble
assert
Definitions Lesson 1
abstract (abstrakt) noun,verb,adjective
argument or theory.
A sketchy summary of the main points of an
according (uhkawrdihNG) adjective As stated or indicated by; on the authority of.
acronym (akruhnihm) noun
A word formed from the initial letters of a multi-word name.
affect (uhfEHkt) noun,verb
To influence someone or something.
alter (awltur) verb
make different; change; vary
analogy (uhnaluhjee) noun
a comparison or parallel drawn between two things
analysis (uhnaluhsuhs) noun
1. Breaking up of a whole into its parts to find out its nature.
2. Examining something carefully in order to understand it
analyze (anuhliiz) verb
annotate (anuhtayt) verb
To examine. To break down into parts
to add notes that explain something or give one's opinions
anticipate (antihsuhpayt) verb
Make a prediction about; tell in advance.
application (apluhkayshuhn) noun
apply (uhplii) verb
A method of using or applying a specific use.
put into action or practice.
approach (uhprohch) noun,verb
to begin work on; set about
appropriate (uhprohpreeuht) verb,adjective
suitable or right for the purpose
approximate (uhproksuhmuht) verb,adjective
but close enough for the given situation.
arrange (uraynj) verb
to organize; to put in order
articulate (ortihkyuhlayt) verb,adjective
aspects (aspEHkts)
To pronounce distinctly and carefully; enunciate.
Parts of a situation, idea, problem, etc.
assemble (uhsEHmbuhl) verb
assert (uhsurt) verb
forcefully
An answer that is not quite exact or correct,
To gather together; bring together.
(v.) to declare or state as truth, maintain or defend, put forward
challenge words
acrimony (akrihmohnee) noun
bitterness
words or behavior filled with harshness, anger, or