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Abrupt Meaning in Context with Images & Synonyms

Abrupt meaning in context with images in visual dictionary

Abrupt meaning in context with images, synonyms, antonyms and parts of speech from the book, Vocabulary for the College-Bound Student. Learn the word, abrupt, in authentic context to improve your reading comprehension and listen to any selected text. /əˈbrʌpt/ (adj) Abrupt meaning a style of language which is too direct and straightforward and sometimes considered…

English Documentary on Mercury with Transcript

English Documentary on Mercury with Transcript at LELB Society with podcast and flashcards for IELTS & TOEFL

English Documentary on Mercury with Transcript, illustrated flashcards and podcast to improve your listening, reading and vocabulary for IELTS and TOEFL Source of documentary: National Geographic YouTube Channel Watch this video on YouTube. Mercury The planet Mercury is named after the messenger of the Roman gods because even the ancients could see how swift and fleeting it…

Hasty 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 36

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Hasty 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 36 /ˈheɪ.sti/ (adj) done so quickly and without enough attention, rapid, in a hurry, perfunctory, cursory, swift, impulsive, hurried, quick, impetuous, rushed, fast, speedy, precipitate, reckless When most people have a problem, they want to find and implement a solution so quickly that they sometimes don’t take the time…

Prompt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 36

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Prompt 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 36 /prɒmpt/ (adj, adv & verb) Adjective: (of an action) done rapidly, quick, early, hasty, rapid, swift, without delay – punctual, on time, timely Verb: to provoke and stimulate something, encourage, trigger, make something happen, incite, induce, motivate, effect, urge, inspire, exhort, bring about Adverb: at the specified time,…

Rapid 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 27

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Rapid 504 Absolutely Essential Words Lesson 27 /ˈræp.ɪd/ (adj) fast and quick, swift, speedy, prompt, precipitous, hurried, hasty, sudden, nimble, rash, expeditious, express, brisk, fleet REM stands for rapid eye movement. During REM sleep, your eyes move around rapidly in a range of directions, but don’t send any visual information to your brain. That doesn’t…

Precipitate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard for Precipitate

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Precipitate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard Precipitate GRE Vocabulary Flashcard /prɪˈsɪp.ɪ.teɪt/ (adj & verb) to make something happen suddenly or sooner than expected, hasten, accelerate, give rise to, trigger, (of a liquid) to become solid, hasty, hurried, abrupt, headlong, ill-considered, impetuous, impulsive, prompt, rash, reckless, sudden, careless, unexpected, swift, quick, rapid, precipitous: An invasion would certainly precipitate…

English Negotiation Android vs. iPhone Smartphones

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English Negotiation Android vs. iPhone Smartphones English Negotiation Android vs. iPhone Smartphones About this activity Remember that a negotiation is NOT a topic being discussed, you can conduct some research to familiarize yourself with the issue and boost the level of your refer to the sources you have studied in preparation for the negotiations. You should be well-prepared and quick on…

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