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Laissez-Faire 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Laissez-faire in real context with images and synonyms for advanced learners of English

Laissez-Faire 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in real context with images and synonyms for GRE and SAT candidates as a French word in English. This word is also recommended to other advanced learners of English /ˌleɪ.seɪˈfeəʳ/ US /-ˈfer/ (adj & noun) Definition Adjective: encouraging free trade or free enterprise with…

Remiss 1100 Words You Need Week 26 Day 1

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Remiss 1100 Words You Need Remiss 1100 Words You Need /rɪˈmɪs/ (adj) Remiss definition careless and not doing one’s duty properly enough, negligent, inattentive, thoughtless, slapdash Example Evidently, Atty. Elayda was remiss in his duties and responsibilities as a member of the legal profession. His conduct shows that he not only failed to exercise due…

Lax 1100 Words You Need Week 11 Day 3

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Lax 1100 Words You Need Lax 1100 Words You Need /læks/ (adj) lacking care, attention or control; not severe, strict or strong enough, reckless, careless, tolerant, permissive, negligent, slack, nonjudgmental, relaxed: He took a gun through baggage control to highlight the lax security. The subcommittee contends that the authorities were lax in investigating most of…

Reckless – English Flashcard for Reckless for IELTS

Reckless | English Flashcard for Reckless - LELB Society

Reckless Reckless (adj) /ˈrek.ləs/ not considering possible dangers, thoughtless and careless, hasty, inattentive, heedless and wild, irresponsible These days, you see many reckless drivers on the streets. Antonym: careful, cautious Noun: recklessness Adverb: recklessly

Idle – English Flashcard for Idle with Synonyms

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Idle Idle: /ˈaɪ.dļ/ (Adj) 1. not working or being used: Children become too idle to go out for playing due to computer and mobile games. The propagation of idleness in every society is a serious malady which should be overcome by spreading public activities. Frankly speaking, I envy the idle rich who earn easy money and have an easy-peasy lifestyle. Half these factories now stand idle. 2. [before noun] without…

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