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TermDefinitionPart of speechExample
Contemporary Belonging to the present time, modern Adj. the event was recorded by a contemporary historian.
Diverse showing a great deal of variety; very different. Adj. subjects as diverse as architecture, language teaching, and the physical sciences
Encounter To meet some one or experience some thing without planning to Verb we have encountered one small problem
Eventually in the end, especially after a long delay, dispute, or series of problems Adv. eventually, after midnight, I arrived at the hotel
Evolve develop gradually, especially from a simple to a more complex form: Verb The company has evolved into a major chemical manufacturer
Manipulate Skillfully handle, control or use something Verb he manipulated the dials of the set
Complex consisting of many different and connected parts. Adj. a complex network of water channels
Evidence the available body of facts or information indicating whether a belief or proposition is true or valid Noun the study finds little evidence of overt discrimination
Created by: Soroor