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English 5/6

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microbe n. An organism invisible to the naked eye, one that causes diseases.
microcosm n. A miniature world; something that resembles something else on a very small scale.
minuscule adj. Extremely small.
minutia n. A small or trivial detail.
attenuate tr.v.1. To make slender or small 2. To weaken; to reduce in force or value.
tenuous adj. 1. Thin form. 2. Flimsy; Having little substance or validity.
satiate tr.v. To satisfy an appetite fully; to gravity.
comply intr.v.To do as one is asked or ordered.
implement n. A tool or utensil. tr.v. To carry out; to put into effect.
replete adj. 1. Well-stocked or abundantly supplied. 2. Completely filled; utterly satisfied.
expletive n. An exclamation or oath, often obscene.
copious adj. Plentiful; in large amounts.
macrocosm n.1.The universe. 2.Any Great Whole.
magnanimous adj.Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty.
magnate n. A wealthy, influential person, especially in business.
magnitude n.1.Greatness of importance or size 2. The degree of brightness in a star.
megalomania n.1.A form of mental illness in which a person has exaggerated ideas of his or her own importance.
polygamy n. The system of having more than one spouse at a time.
polygon n.A flat shape with many straight sides.
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