Good morning, have you got

Classified in Chemistry

Written at on English with a size of 8.55 KB.

Capacity: the ability to contain, hold, produce, or understand something

Synonyms: ability, aptitude 

Antonyms: inability, limitation 

Example: humans have a great capacity for biulding relationships. 

Confer: to exchange ideas on a particular subject, often in order to reach a decision on what action take. 

Synonyms: award to, consult, give, bestow, give 

Antonyms: revoked, refused 

Example: knowing how to read was a gift conferred 

Emerge: to become manifeste 

Synonyms: arise, come up 

Antonyms: opposite,away from 

Example: new problems emerge 

Generate: to bring into existence 

Synonyms: bring, breed, cause 

Antonyms: destroy, end, stop 

Example: this movie generate a good impresion 

Trace: a minute and often barely detectable amount or indication 

Synonyms: trace, track

Antonyms: lose, miss

Example: the children traced their hands onto the sidewalk with chalk 

Lozenge: diamond-shaped object 

Synonyms: cap, capsule, pill 

Example: use silver products in gel, lozange, and liquid 

Loiter: to stand or wait idly

Synonyms: crawl, creep, dally 

Antonyms: barrel, bolt, course 

Example: don't loiter in this neighborhood after dark

Emanate:to emit or radiate from 

Synonyms: cast, discharge, emit 

Antonyms: hold, keep, take 

Example: good smell emanated from the kitchen 

Sheepish: showing embarrasment 

Synonyms: backward, bashful, diffident 

Antonyms: extroverted, immodest, outgoing 

Example: he felt a little sheepish 

Discernible: recognizable or noticeable 

Synonyms: appreciable, detectable, distinguishable 

Antonyms: impercitible, undetectable, inappreciable 

Example: that person is a discernible difference 

Coming: an act or instance of arraving 

Synonyms: advent, appearance, arrival 

Antonyms: exit, going, leave-taking 

Cough: to expel air from the lungs suddenly with sharp, short noise 

Synonyms: rasp, croak 

Antonyms: keep quiet, deny, reject 

Example: the dust made him cough repeatedly 

Could: used in auxiliary function in the past 

Synonyms: be capable of, be up to, can do 

Antonyms: could not 

Example: I said he would go if he could 

Country: an idefinite usually extended expanse of land

Synonyms: fatherland, home, sod

Antonyms: urban

Example: there is the country of Italy

Doctor: a person skilled or specialaizing in healing arts

Synonyms: medic, physician

Antonyms: nondoctor, nonphysician

Example: called the doctor of your grandma  

Doesn't: does not 

Example: they doesn't understand to speak soft

Don't: a command or entreaty not to do something 

Synonyms: exclusion, injunction, proscription 

Antonyms; allowance, permission, aid 

Example: don't do that said my mom 

Eager: marked by enthusiastic or impatient desire or interest 

Synonyms: anxious, crazy, wild 

Antonyms: apathetic, indifferent 

Example: I am eager for news about them 

Eager: causing or involving little difficulty or discomfort 

Synonyms: cheap, royal, soft 

Antonyms: difficult, rough, demanding

Every: being each individual or part of a group without exception 

Synonyms: any, each 

Example: he was given every chance 

February: the second month of the Gregorian calendar 

Example: he have forty years old

Forty: a number equal to four time 10 

Example: he have forty years old

Friend: one attached to another by afecction or esteem 

Synonyms: buddy, confidant, familiar 

Antonyms: enemy, foe 

Example: She`s my best friend 

Grammar: the study of the classes of words, their inflection in the sentence 

Synonyms: alphabet, basic, elements 

Example: I have grammar class

Guess:to form an opinion of from little or no evidence 

Synonyms: assume, imagine, suppose 

Antonyms: fact, reality, proof 

Example: I guess you`re right 

Half:being one of two equal parts 

Synonyms: halfway, partial, incomplete 

Antonyms: complete, full 

Example: which half do you want? 

Having: to hold or maintain as a possession, privilege, or entitlement 

Synonyms: command, enjoy, hold, own 

Antonyms: lack, want 

Example: I having a new car 

Heard:to percive by the ear 

Synonyms: attend, get, listen 

Antonyms: ingore, lose, misunderstand 

Example: I heard something bad about you 

Hour:a time or office for daily liturgical devotion 

Synonyms: bit, date, flash

Antonyms: whole, trivality, unimportance 

Example: Is lunch hour 

Instead:as a substitute or equivalent 

Synonyms: rather, alternatley, inpreference 

Example: they called me instead

Entradas relacionadas: