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トフル あかい 22

TermDefinition
hardy capable of withstanding adverse conditions Most of the soldiers were hardy young men.
harness to make use of, i.e. natural resources, especially to produce energy Engineers are finding new ways to harness the sun's energy to heat homes.
hatch to cause to come into existence They hatched a plot to overthrow the government.
hazardous involving risk, loss, or injury These are hazardous chemicals that can cause death if inhaled.
head-on with the head or front making the initial contact The two cars collided head-on.
icon an object of extreme devotion He has become an icon in the movie business.
ideology the integrated assertion, theories and aims that constitue a sociopolitical program The two groups divided along ideological lines.
illegible undecipherable; not understandable He scribbled his name illegibly on the back of the envelope.
immersion the act of someone or something being absorbed or involved We were surprised by his complete immersion in the culture of the island
immune having a high degree of resistance to a disease She is immune to the power of advertising.
lament a crying out in grief; complaint She lamented over the loss of her best friend.
land to gain, secure to land a job
landslide downward and outward movement of soil and rock They were buried under the landslide.
larva the immature, wingless, and often vermiform feeding form that hatches from the egg of many insects The larva of a butterfly is called a caterpillar.
lateral of, at, toward, or from the side of sides a lateral view of the human body [=a view from the side]
latitude freedom of action or choice We weren't given much latitude in deciding how to do the job.
magnanimous generous She was too magnanimous to resent all the things others had said to her.
majestic large and impressive in size, scope, or extent mountains rising majestically above the surrounding hills
makeshift characterized as an usually crude and temporary substitute for something A large box served as a makeshift table.
malice a desire to harm others or to see others suffer an attack motivated by pure malice
mandate an authoritative indication to be obeyed They carried out the governor's mandate to build more roads.
mangle to spoil, injure, or make incoherent especially through ineptitude The newspaper mangled the story. [=it did not report the story correctly]
laden to load. to pile on, as burden The song is laden with meaning and feeling. [=the song has/carries a lot of meaning and feeling]
Created by: na235