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Persecute Definition in Context with Images

Persecute definition in context with images and synonyms in visual dictionary

Persecute definition in context with images and synonyms to learn vocabulary in authentic context. Practice reading comprehension and improve your advanced vocabulary in short passages with various parts of speech. /ˈpɜː.sɪ.kjuːt/ (verb) Persecute definition to mistreat or annoy someone unfairly because of their race, ethnicity or difference of opinion, oppress, discriminate, torture, maltreat, torment, tyrannize,…

Prejudice 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 33

prejudice LELB Society

Prejudice 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 33 /ˈpredʒ.ʊ.dɪs/ (noun & verb) Noun: an unfair or biased feeling or judgment, bigotry, prejudgment, discrimination, preconception, partiality, bias, unfairness, narrow-mindedness, chauvinism, injustice, partisanship Verb: to influence someone or something unfairly and negatively, predispose, make partial, overshadow, color, damage, distort, be detrimental to, impair, spoil, injure It is surprising…

Nepotism 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 2

Nepotism 1100 words you need to know week 46 day 2 at LELB Society for GRE, TOEFL & IELTS

Nepotism 1100 Words You Need Week 46 Day 2 /ˈnep.ə.tɪ.zəm/ (noun) using your authority to obtain good jobs or opportunities exclusively for your family members or relatives, favoritism, preferential treatment, the old boy network, bias, partiality, partisanship, preference, discrimination, prejudice, one-sidedness Nepotism and corruption are the handmaidens of the Trump presidency. This should not be…

Blunt 1100 Words You Need Week 19 Day 4

Blunt 1100 Words you need to know week 19 day 4 with flashcards for IELTS, TOEFL & GRE

Blunt 1100 Words You Need Blunt 1100 Words You Need /blʌnt/ (and & verb) Adjective not sharp, rounded, dull, dulled, blunted, unsharpened straightforward and direct, outspoken, frank, candid, honest, forthright Verb: take the edge off, put a damper on, make something less sharp, weaken, undermine, dampen, dull, diminish, lessen, soothe, moderate OCR has reviewed the…

Reliability in Test Administration | TESL Issues

Reliability Reliability The key feature of this important trait requires the standardization of administration and tasks as well as scoring. Reliability is the consistency of test scores across facets of the test. Independent items or tasks in a single test should correlate with each other and the test-total score. That is, there is an assumption…