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/'rædɪk(ə)l/ a. Syn. drastic; extreme
drastic; extreme; arising from or going to a root or source; basic
President Correa has shown he is determined to follow a radical program of reforms to tackle poverty in Ecuador.
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/'rændəm/ a. Syn. haphazard; chance
without definite purpose, plan, or aim; having no specific pattern
He used to get super drunk in random places; I don't know where he is now.
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/reɪndʒ/ n. Syn. limit
limits within which something can be effective; variety of different things or activities
Medical workers on trial face criminal charges that range from professional recklessness to corruption, to illegal sale of donor blood.
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/'reɪʃɪoʊ/ n. Syn. rate; proportion
relation which one quantity or magnitude has to another of the same kind; rate; proportion
Men outnumber women here in the ratio of three to one.
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/'ræʃən(ə)l/ a. Syn. logical; reasonable
consistent with; based on; using reason
One strong proof of my wretchedly defective nature is, that even her expostulations, so mild, so rational, have not influence to cure me of my faults.
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/ri:'ækt/ v.
act against or in opposition to; show a response or a reaction
They react negatively to everything I say, because they don't trust me.
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/rɪ'kʌvə(r)/ v. Syn. regain
get or find back; regain a former condition
He is very ill and unlikely to recover in this month.
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/rɪ'faɪn/ v. Syn. purify
purify; make more precise; improve
They refine many valuable nutrients out of the foods in our modern diet.
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/reɪ'ʒi:m/ n. Syn. government; administration
form of government; government in power; administration; prevailing social system or pattern
State Department officials insisted that, privately, the Yeltsin regime is still willing to cooperate in the search for peace.
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/'ri:dʒən/ n.
province; district; tract; neighborhood; the upper air; sky or heavens; inhabitants of a district
All in that region was fire and commotion.
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/'rɛdʒɪstə(r)/ v. Syn. record
give outward signs of; express; record in writing; enroll as a student
New students will have to register is tomorrow before getting their books.
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/'rɛgjʊleɪt/ v. Syn. direct
bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations; fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of
In contrast to Europe, the United States is considering a variety of laws which would regulate spam but essentially allow it unless an individual specifically opts out.
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/ri:ɪn'fɔ:s/ v. Syn. strengthen; enhance
give more force or effectiveness to; strengthen; enhance
The laws will reinforce authority to turn boats away from Australia and impose prison sentences on the crews of boats which do cross the border.
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/rɪ'dʒɛkt/ v. Syn. refuse; deny
turn down; refuse to accept; dismiss from consideration
He would reject the idea of starting a war.
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/rɪ'læks/ v. Syn. free; loosen; calm
make less severe or strict; become less tense
Our new colleague should relax if he sees that we are a friendly group.
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/rɪ'li:s/ v. Syn. liberate; freedom
give off; liberate; grant freedom to; make something available
He wanted to release the list with the names of the prisoners before Monday.
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/'rɛlɪvənt/ a. Syn. pertinent
pertinent; having connection with matter at hand
The only way for a value brand like ours to remain relevant is to provide innovation that sets us apart.
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/rɪ'lʌktəns/ n.
state of being reluctant; unwillingness; hesitancy in taking some action
The main reason for this reluctance is the threat of litigation for defamation.
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/rɪ'laɪ/ v. Syn. trust; depend
rest with confidence; have confidence; depend
I rely implicitly on His power, and confide wholly in His goodness.
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/rɪ'mu:v/ v.
move away from the position occupied; cause to change place; take away
The leaving of her mother will remove the last obstacle to their marriage.
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