[Esc] (1) /'ædɪkwət/ a. Syn. sufficient; enough sufficient; enough to meet a purpose England missed key players through injury, lacked [___] preparation and was unable to match Australia's skill.
[Esc] (2) /ə'dʒʌst/ v. Syn. adapt; regulate adapt; regulate The opera house was handed over by the builders nearly a year ago, but it's taken many months to install new stage machinery and to [___] the acoustics.
[Esc] (3) /'ædvəkət/ v. Syn. urge; support speak, plead, or argue in favour of; plead for; push for something The some doctors [___] a smoking ban in the entire house.
[Esc] (4) /ə'ʃʊə(r)/;/ə'ʃʊər/ v. Syn. solidify; guarantee; convince solidify; guarantee; convince I know it, and I don't wish to palliate them, I [___] you.
[Esc] (5) /'ɔ:θə(r)/ n. beginner, former, or first mover of anything; creator; originator; one who composes or writes book or composer The mayor of the village, in delivering the prize to the [___] of it, made a warm speech.
[Esc] (6) /bʌlk/ n. Syn. majority; mass majority; main part; volume; mass Canada's largest [___] food retailer, it has more than 112 stores.
[Esc] (7) /kə'pæsɪtɪ/ n. Syn. volume; ability; capability mental or physical ability; ability to accommodate Mike had the [___] to handle several jobs at once.
[Esc] (8) /'tʃælɪndʒ/ v. assert a right; raise a formal objection; take exception to Nowadays no one will [___] the fact that the earth is round.
[Esc] (9) /'tʃæptə(r)/ n. division of a book or treatise; assembly of monks; bishop's council; organized branch of some society A new [___] in a novel is something like a new scene in a play.
[Esc] (10) /koʊ'hɪərənt/ a. Syn. adhesive; cohesive adhesive; cohesive; sticking together ; logical; sound; capable of thinking and expressing yourself in a clear and consistent manner If the EU is to form any kind of [___] common foreign policy, it needs France and Britain singing from the same song sheet.