v. show, make visible or apparent
E.g. The Metropolitan Museum plans to exhibit Goya's works this month.
a. from another part of the world; foreign; strikingly strange or unusual
E.g. Because of his exotic headdress, he was followed in the streets by small children who laughed at his strange appearance.
n. person with a high degree of skill in or knowledge of a certain subject
E.g. If this expert is as good as Foote says, he can tie up the process for a long time.
v. erupt; blow up; burst violently as a result of internal pressure
E.g. Three bombs explode outside a police station in the Greek capital Athens.
v. investigate systematically; examine; search
E.g. One day she might look into the abyss at her leisure, explore its secrets and analyze its nature.
v. set forth; set out to public view
E.g. It will once again expose their intent to prevent an agenda that people clearly want.
a. something additional of the same kind
E.g. We made an extra steering-oar, too, because one of the others might get broke.
a. outermost; utmost; farthest; most remote; at the widest limit
E.g. Please take extreme measures to conserve fuel, you know, this winter will be coldest one of recent years.
n. small hole or loop; good discernment; organ of vision or of light sensitivity
E.g. As good human resource manager, she has an eye for fresh talent.
n. cloth; stuff; artifact made by weaving or synthetic fibers; structure; framework
E.g. He took away half the fabric of an ordinary swimsuit - to reveal the belly button - and a superstar was born.
a. related in fable; devised; invented; not real
E.g. He is a fabulous hero in that book.
v. confront; encounter; be opposite
E.g. The two sofas face each other.
n. service, space, and equipment provided for a particular purpose
E.g. Reports say that three police officers guarding an oil facility were killed but no hostages were taken.
n. anything that contributes causally to a result; element; variable
E.g. The Federation warns that unless the world's population acts now to eat a healthier diet and to take more exercise, obesity will rapidly overtake smoking as the leading lifestyle risk factor for heart disease and strokes.
a. lacking strength or vigor ; weak
E.g. She set off at once, and ran till she was quite tired and out of breath, and till the puppy's bark sounded quite faint in the distance.
n. loyalty or allegiance to a cause or a person; complete confidence
E.g. He lost his faith but not his morality.
n. imitation; counterfeit; having a false or misleading appearance
E.g. The Football Association says it all began with a fake advertisement on a website, inviting foreign managers to be the new national team coach.
v. drop; sink; lose an upright position suddenly; decrease in size, extent, or range
E.g. The pilgrims fall to their knees, but up to their soul.
n. favorable public reputation; great renown
E.g. His fame as a poet did not come until after his death.
a. well known or easily recognized
E.g. To pass his driver test, John tried to be familiar with those roads.
n. capricious notion; something many people believe that is false
E.g. For it was at that hour of a warm afternoon when my fancy is able to hear the silent voices.
a. excellent; extraordinary; strange in form, conception, or appearance
E.g. The turn of the millennium has impelled some scientists to predict a fantastic future.
n. dream; daydream; imagination unrestricted by reality
E.g. This is a typical schoolgirl fantasy.
a. capable of arousing and holding the attention
E.g. But as matters really stood, to watch Miss Ingram's efforts at fascinating Mr. Rochester.
a. causing death
E.g. An attack by a swarm of the reddish-brown insects can cause allergic reactions which can be fatal in extremely rare cases.
n. crack; a crack in the earth; defect; flaw; a wrong action
E.g. Here she was a-bothering about Moses, which was no kin to her, and no use to anybody, being gone, you see, yet finding a power of fault with me for doing a thing that had some good in it.
n. act of gracious kindness; inclination to approve
E.g. All I need add is that, whatever its quality, your story will be received in favour of the glory of literature.
a. of or relating to central government; national
E.g. The new president has to face current and long term federal deficits.
v. give a tip beyond the agreed-on compensation
E.g. Please remember to fee the steward.
n. for or composed of women or girls
E.g. One recent study in the country found at least half of female drug users had engaged in commercial sex.
n. a day or period of time for feasting and celebration
E.g. One of the major themes of this year's festival is Africa's tortured relationship with the west, with several films making a strong case that Africa continues to be exploited.
v. take away or remove; reduce; go or come after and bring or take back
E.g. He lets them fetch dinner from a cooking-school in the neighborhood.
n. model of a bodily form; impression produced by a person; written or printed symbol representing a number
E.g. The fact that the main figure is screaming his throat on the front page is enough for me.
v. line; proceed in line
E.g. The students file into the classroom.
a. forming or occurring at the end; terminating; ultimate; conclusive
E.g. The game is now in its final stages, I can see its result already.
n. hand with the fingers doubled into the palm; closed hand
E.g. The fist is still there, but it wears that infamous velvet glove.
v. be the right size or shape; conform to some shape or size
E.g. This piece won't fit into the puzzle, none will work for it.
n. small accessory to a larger system; small detachable part for a machine or apparatus; act of trying on clothes
E.g. How much time and mess could you save if the fitting was already clean?
n. stream of burning vapor or gas, emitting light and heat; passion of love
E.g. She tried to fancy what the flame of a candle is like.
n. emit a brief burst of light; appear briefly; sudden intense burst of radiant energy
E.g. Dozens of people are believed to have been killed by a flash flood in a popular tourist area.