Level 5, Unit 9


Тренажер

# word        
1 archaic [ɑːˈkeɪɪk]
archaic [ adjective ]
definition: If something is archaic, it is very old or outdated.
example: To be competitive, we must update our archaic equipment.


archaic
archaic
archaic
2 benevolent [bɪˈnɛv(ə)lənt]
benevolent [ adjective ]
definition: If someone is benevolent, they are kind and generous.
example: My father was a benevolent man and gave lots of money to charity.


benevolent
benevolent
benevolent
3 brass [brɑːs]
brass [ noun ]
definition: Brass is a metal that is used to make musical instruments and ornaments.
example: Brass is used to make musical instruments like trumpets.


brass
brass
brass
4 capitalism [ˈkæpɪtlɪz(ə)m]
capitalism [ noun ]
definition: Capitalism is an economic system where private companies make goods for profit.
example: Most industries in the world today are based on capitalism.


capitalism
capitalism
capitalism
5 component [kəmˈpəʊnənt]
component [ noun ]
definition: A component is a part of a larger machine.
example: Computers have many different components, so they are complicated to build.


component
component
component
6 dependence [dɪˈpɛndəns]
dependence [ noun ]
definition: Dependence is a situation in which somebody relies on something else.
example: Young children have a dependence on their parents.


dependence
dependence
dependence
7 diminish [dɪˈmɪnɪʃ]
diminish [ verb ]
definition: To diminish means to reduce or get smaller.
example: As the economy got worse, my savings diminished.


diminish
diminish
diminish
8 drawback [ˈdrɔːbæk]
drawback [ noun ]
definition: A drawback is a disadvantage.
example: The drawback of having a car is that it is very expensive to maintain.


drawback
drawback
drawback
9 fad [fæd]
fad [ noun ]
definition: A fad is something that is popular for a short time.
example: The hula hoop was a fad for a few years, but it soon lost its popularity.


fad
fad
fad
10 impose [ɪnɪˈpəʊz]
impose [ verb ]
definition: To impose means to interrupt or force your ideas on other people.
example: He imposes on his wife every morning by expecting her to make breakfast.


impose
impose
impose
11 managerial [ˌmænɪˈdʒɪ(ə)rɪəl]
managerial [ adjective ]
definition: Managerial describes something related to a manager or management.
example: Nancy has a managerial position at the bank.


managerial
managerial
managerial
12 medieval [ˌmɛdɪˈiːv(ə)l]
medieval [ adjective ]
definition: If something is medieval, it comes from the period between 650 and 1500 CE.
example: We visited a castle that was built during medieval times.


medieval
medieval
medieval
13 obsolete [ˈɒbsəliːt]
obsolete [ adjective ]
definition: If something is obsolete, it is not used anymore because something better exists.
example: Since computers became inexpensive, typewriters have become obsolete.


obsolete
obsolete
obsolete
14 peninsula [pɪˈnɪnsjʊlə]
peninsula [ noun ]
definition: A peninsula is a large piece of land that is surrounded by the sea on three sides.
example: The state of Florida is an example of a peninsula.


peninsula
peninsula
peninsula
15 prestige [prɛˈstiːʒ]
prestige [ noun ]
definition: If a person has prestige, people admire or respect them.
example: The young actress gained much prestige after she won an award.


prestige
prestige
prestige
16 proportion [prəˈpɔːʃ(ə)n]
proportion [ noun ]
definition: A proportion is an amount that shows the link between the parts and the whole.
example: Only a small proportion of the people in this town actually work here.


proportion
proportion
proportion
17 radical [ˈrædɪk(ə)l]
radical [ adjective ]
definition: If something is radical, it is very new or different.
example: The president is planning to make some radical changes to the law.


radical
radical
radical
18 refute [rɪˈfjuːt]
refute [ verb ]
definition: To refute something means to prove that it is false or incorrect.
example: The bank manager has refuted the claims that he lied to his customers.


refute
refute
refute
19 spectacular [spɛkˈtækjʊlə]
spectacular [ adjective ]
definition: If something is spectacular, it looks or sounds very impressive.
example: There was a spectacular fireworks display in the park at New Year.


spectacular
spectacular
spectacular
20 weave [wiːv]
weave [ verb ]
definition: To weave means to make cloth using horizontal and vertical threads.
example: We saw a woman weave a blanket on our vacation to South America.


weave
weave
weave
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