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Rupture Meaning in Context with Images Visual Dictionary

Rupture meaning in context with images in visual dictionary

Rupture meaning in context with images in visual dictionary from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student used in authentic context for advanced ESL students. Learn the word, rupture, in real examples and improve your reading comprehension as well. /ˈrʌp.tʃəʳ/ (noun & verb) Rupture meaning any break in something that makes it inoperable, broken state,…

Definition of Dichotomy in Real Context

Definition of Dichotomy in real context with images at LELB Society from 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Learn the word “dichotomy” in authentic context with images for advanced ESL learners together with synonyms and antonyms /daɪˈkɒt.ə.mi/ (noun) Definition a difference or division between two contradictory or different things or ideas, dyad, polarity, opposition, conflict, separation, contrast, discord, contradiction, split, gulf, chasm Example This dichotomy between the poor and the rich will never…

Vendetta 601 Words You Need to Know

Vendetta 601 Words You Need to Know at LELB Society

Vendetta 601 Words You Need to Know /venˈdet.ə/ (noun) Definition deep-rooted and prolonged feud or quarrel between families in which members try to kill each other to take revenge, blood feud, grudge, dispute, hostility Example Vendetta, feud, also called blood feud is a continuing state of conflict between two groups within a society (typically kinship…

Dissonance GRE Vocabulary Flashcard

Dissonance GRE Vocabulary Flashcard at LELB Society

Dissonance GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /ˈdɪs.ən.əns/ (noun) unpleasant sound or noise, discordant combination of sounds, cacophony, bedlam – disagreement, difference of opinion, dissension, dissent, dissidence, conflict, contention, friction, discord, strife, variance The term cognitive dissonance is used to describe the mental discomfort that results from holding two conflicting beliefs, values, or attitudes. People tend to seek…

Rift 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 2

Rift 1100 words you need to know week 45 day 2 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Rift 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 2 Rift 1100 Words You Need Week 45 Day 2 /rɪft/ (noun) a major disagreement or conflict, strife, friction, split, break, dispute, breach, fracture, cleft, division, quarrel, crack, gap Real reason behind Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s rift REVEALED It’s no secret that there is little love…

Dissent 1100 Words You Need Week 31 Day 4

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Dissent 1100 Words You Need Dissent 1100 Words You Need Week 31 Day 4 with authentic materials and examples, synonyms, antonyms, illustrated flashcards and text-to-speech for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS /dɪˈsent/ (noun & verb) strong disagreement, conflict, strife, opposition, heresy, dissension, disagree, veto, oppose, rebel, dispute Democracy is all about voice. Its governance premise—of, by,…

Out on a Limb 1100 Words You Need Week 28

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Out on a Limb 1100 Words You Need Out on a Limb 1100 Words You Need Week 28 Day 4 with authentic materials, synonyms, antonyms and flashcards for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS in a position not supported by anyone else, in a dangerous or exposed position, having an unpopular opinion compared to others which can…

Tussle 1100 Words You Need Week 26 Day 3

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Tussle 1100 Words You Need Tussle 1100 Words You Need /ˈtʌs.ļ/ (noun & verb) to have a fight with another person using your body and arms, have a vigorous fight, brawl, struggle, battle, attack, exchange blows, skirmish, contest, dispute, oppose, argue, argument, conflict, disagreement, friction, cross swords, opposition Critic’s Choice: Mariah Robertson’s vigorous tussle with…

Conflict – English Flashcard for Conflict for IELTS

Conflict English Flashcard LELB Society

Conflict Conflict (noun & verb) /ˈkɒn.flɪkt/ US /ˈkɑːn-/ noun: a serious disagreement, argument, or fight among people, groups, etc., rift, disagreement, struggle, fight, battle, encounter, clash – opposition, discord, quarrel, divergence, fracas, dispute The spouse, who invariably were in conflict, finally got a divorce. Antonyms: peace, concord

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