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forc, fort
STRENTH, STRONG
norm
USUAL
mit,miss
SEND
reg,recti
STRAIGHTEN
grad,gres,gree
TO GATHER, TO BRING TOGETHER, STEP, GO
gest,ger
CARRY,BEAR
crea
CREATION
cre, cresc, cret, crease
GROW
cred
BELIEVE
cresc, cret, crease, cru
RISE, GROW
sist, sta,stit
STAND, WITH STAND, MAKE UP
stand, stant, stab, stat, stan, sti, sta, st, stead
STAND
statis
INHIBITION OF NORMAL FLOW or GROWTH WITHOUT DESTRUCTION
tect,teg
COVER
loc, loco
PLACE, AREA
loqu, loct
TALK, SPEAK
the, theo
GOD A GOD
sec,sect
CUT
fid
BELIEF, FAITH
fid, fide, feder
FAITH, TRUST
dis・com・fort
I don\'t think I can stand the ________ of staying overnight in a sleeping bag.⇒hardship
ef・fortーー1.[U]hard work 2.[C,U]an attempt to do some thing
The invention of the microscope cannot be attributed to the ______ of just a particular parson.⇒attempt
ef・fort・lessーー(adj) If something is effortless, you can do it very easily.
It looks efforless for an accountant to keep books.⇒facile,easy
forc・e
A champion discus thrower must have _____, agility, and coordination.
forc・ed
During the Middle Ages, many buildings were constructed by _____ labor.⇒compulsory
forc・eful
We need to make a _____ plea for peace.
ab・normall
his appetite was abnormal because he ate eight hamburgers at a time.⇒extraordinary, phenomena
e・norm・ousーー(adj)very big in size, amount or degree. (adv)enormously
An enormous amount of organized information is stored in the computer.⇒gigantic, huge, tremendous, vast
norm・alize
The diversity of individual interests makes it difficult to normalize program of leisure activities.⇒standardize
ad・mitt・anceーーpermission to enter a place
His ID card gives him admittance to all facilities in the factory.⇒access
de・mis・eーー(n) the end of something that used to exist
We are really sorry to find the demise of certain cultures in history.⇒extinction,end
dis・missーー1.to refuse to consider someone\'s idea or opinion because you think it is not serious, true, or important. 2. to make someone leave their job.
She was dismissed because she didn\'t work hard.⇒discharge,fire
e・mit
Uranium emits radiation.⇒give off,issue
inter・mitt・entlyーーhappening sometimes but not continuously
The weather forecast said that it would rain intermittently.⇒sporadically,occasionally
miss・ionーーAn important job that someone has been sent to a place to do, or a group of important people which do that.
A mission of doctors was sent to Africa to save the sick people.⇒delegation
o・mitーーNot to include something
You can omit of the question in the test.⇒exclude,leave out
per・miss・ionーーIf you have permission to do something, someone in autholity allows you to do it.
The committee gave us permission to go ahead with the plan.⇒approval,sanction
re・mitt・anceーーa payment for something
The remittance should be made by check.⇒remuneration,payment
sub・mitーーTo give a plan or piece of writing to someone in authority so that they can consider it.
You should submit the thesis before the deadline.⇒present
sub・mitーーTo agree to obey a person, group, set of rules, especially when you have no choice.
Tom finally submitted when he was surrounded by five strong men.⇒surrender,yield
trans・mitーーTo send out electronic signals, messages etc using radio, television,or similar equipment.2. To send or pass something from one place, person etc to another.⇒send
Telepfones enable us to transmit information all over the world.
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