Level 6, Unit 15


Тренажер

# word        
1 adhere [ədˈhɪə]
adhere [ verb ]
definition: To adhere means to act in the way that a rule or agreement says is right.
example: If the new employees wish to succeed, they must adhere to the boss’s rules.


adhere
adhere
adhere
2 administer [ədˈmɪnɪstə]
administer [ verb ]
definition: To administer means to take responsibility for organizing something.
example: The teacher’s assistant will administer the test.


administer
administer
administer
3 compassionate [kəmˈpæʃəneɪt]
compassionate [ adjective ]
definition: When people are compassionate, they feel pity and sympathy for others.
example: The compassionate nurse tried to make the sick man feel comfortable.


compassionate
compassionate
compassionate
4 contaminate [kənˈtæmɪneɪt]
contaminate [ verb ]
definition: To contaminate something means to put dirty or harmful chemicals into it.
example: The lake was contaminated when pollutants entered into the water.


contaminate
contaminate
contaminate
5 deficiency [dɪˈfɪʃ(ə)nsɪ]
deficiency [ noun ]
definition: A deficiency is a lack of something, especially something that is needed.
example: Your snack has a deficiency of any real nutrients.


deficiency
deficiency
deficiency
6 epidemic [ˌɛpɪˈdɛmɪk]
epidemic [ noun ]
definition: An epidemic is an outbreak of a disease that spreads quickly.
example: It was difficult to stop the flu epidemic.


epidemic
epidemic
epidemic
7 hazard [ˈhæzəd]
hazard [ noun ]
definition: A hazard is something that could be dangerous to a person’s health or safety.
example: Smoking cigarettes poses many health hazards.


hazard
hazard
hazard
8 imperative [ɪmˈpɛrətɪv]
imperative [ adjective ]
definition: When something is imperative, it is extremely important and must be done.
example: It was imperative for him to find a job.


imperative
imperative
imperative
9 manifest [ˈmænɪfɛst]
manifest [ verb ]
definition: To manifest means to make something visible or obvious.
example: The holiday season manifested joy in the children.


manifest
manifest
manifest
10 metabolic [ˌmɛtəˈbɒlɪk]
metabolic [ adjective ]
definition: When something is metabolic, it relates to a person’s or animal’s metabolism .
example: People who have a low metabolic rate will gain weight.


metabolic
metabolic
metabolic
11 overcrowded [ˌəʊvəˈkraʊdɪd]
overcrowded [ adjective ]
definition: When a place is overcrowded, it has too many people or things in it.
example: The lobby was overcrowded with people.


overcrowded
overcrowded
overcrowded
12 paramount [ˈpærəməʊnt]
paramount [ adjective ]
definition: When something is paramount, it is more important than anything else.
example: The safety of passengers must be paramount when designing a car.


paramount
paramount
paramount
13 practitioner [prækˈtɪʃ(ə)nə]
practitioner [ noun ]
definition: A practitioner is a doctor.
example: She made an appointment with the practitioner to treat her cough.


practitioner
practitioner
practitioner
14 provision [prəˈvɪʒ(ə)n]
provision [ noun ]
definition: The provision of something is the act of giving it to people in need or want.
example: That department is responsible for the provision of emergency supplies.


provision
provision
provision
15 replenish [rɪˈplɛnɪʃ]
replenish [ verb ]
definition: To replenish something means to make it full or complete again.
example: We planted nearly one hundred seeds to replenish the garden after the fire.


replenish
replenish
replenish
16 sterile [ˈstɛraɪl]
sterile [ adjective ]
definition: When something is sterile, it is completely clean and free from germs.
example: The hospital room looked quite sterile.


sterile
sterile
sterile
17 upgrade [ˌʌpˈɡreɪd]
upgrade [ verb ]
definition: To upgrade something means to improve it or make it more efficient.
example: He upgraded to a real fancy car.


upgrade
upgrade
upgrade
18 viable [ˈvaɪəb(ə)l]
viable [ adjective ]
definition: When something is viable, it is capable of doing what it is intended to do.
example: Her method of solving the math problem seemed viable.


viable
viable
viable
19 voluntary [ˈvɒlənt(ə)rɪ]
voluntary [ adjective ]
definition: When something is voluntary, it is done by choice but is not required.
example: Many people attended the voluntary boat safety class.


voluntary
voluntary
voluntary
20 intestines [ɪnˈtɛstɪn]
intestines [ noun ]
definition: Intestines are tubes through which food passes after it leaves the stomach.
example: Whatever you eat goes into your intestines.


intestines
intestines
intestines
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