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Ali Kaan Kara/Int1


Consecutive [adj] Consecutive ​events, ​numbers, etc. ​follow one after another without an ​interruption. This is the fifth consecutive ​weekend that I've ​spent ​working.
Concrete [adj] Clear and ​certain, or ​real and ​existing in a ​form that can be ​seen or ​felt. They ​think she ​killed her ​husband, but they have no concrete ​evidence.
Heap [verb] To put things into a ​large, ​untidy ​pile. He heaped more ​food onto his ​plate.
Shiver [verb] When ​people or ​animals shiver, they ​shake ​slightly because they ​feel ​cold, ​ill, or ​frightened. The ​poor ​dog - it's shivering! He shivered with ​cold in his ​thin ​cotton ​shirt.
Tame [adj] Not ​wild or ​dangerous (especially of ​animals), either ​naturally or because of ​training or ​long ​involvement with ​humans. After a few ​months' ​contact the ​monkeys ​become very tame.
Snatch [verb] To take ​hold of something ​suddenly and ​roughly. He snatched the ​photos out of my ​hand before I had a ​chance to ​look at them. .
Appreciable [adj] If an ​amount or ​change is appreciable, it is ​large or ​noticeable enough to have an ​important ​effect. There has been an appreciable ​drop in the ​number of ​unemployed since the new ​government came to ​power.
Convalescent [noun] someone who is getting ​better after a ​serious ​illness or ​injury:
Ghettoize [verb] To ​treat a ​particular ​group in ​society are as if they are different from the other ​parts of ​society. Feminist ​writers, she ​claimed, had been ghettoized, ​their ​books ​placed on ​separate ​shelves in the ​shops.
Traceability [noun] The ​ability to discover ​information about where and how a ​product was made. Labelling and traceability of ​food are ​key ​issues.
Harangue [verb] To ​speak to someone or a ​group of ​people, often for a ​long ​time, in a ​forceful and sometimes ​angry way, ​especially to ​persuade them. A ​drunk in the ​station was haranguing passers-by.