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Ray Kwon

Reading Vocabulary

burden (noun) a physical weight or an emotional load
conserve: (verb) to protect from loss, to use carefully
contaminate (verb) to make impure or unclean by contact or mixture
elude (verb) to escape from capture
extinct (adj) removed from existence; no longer alive or working
formulate (verb) to create or invent; to state precisely
leisure (noun) free time, away from any duties
likeness (noun) an image similar to someone or something
manipulate (verb) to control something to one’s advantage, or by using your hands
minute (adj) exceptionally small, usually a part of something
priority (noun) something that takes precedence over another, is most important
pursue (verb) to follow or chase with determination
resolute (adj) firm in one’s position
retrieve (verb) to get something back
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