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トフル あかい 25

TermDefinition
equip furnish, accouter, appoint, arm
expenditure expense, cost, the spending of money on something
procedure proceeding, a way of doing something, especially the usual or correct way
retain to continue to have that thing.
beforehand earlier than a particular event.
itinerary a plan or journey, including the route and places that you will visit
scrutiny the act of examining carefully
shroud to cut off from view: obscure
searing at a manner of having damage by or as if by fire
shack a room or similar enclosed structure for a particular person or use
secretion a product of secretion, i.e. saliva, from an animal or plant
ubiquitous ever present in all places
tamper to interfere so as to weaken or change for the worse--used with “with”
thrive to fare well; to grow rapidly and luxuriantly
unanimous shared as a view by all of the people concerned, with nobody disagreeing
tentative likely to have many later changes before it becomes final and complete
undergo to participate in or partake of personally
theoretical about, involving, or based on a belief used as the basis for action
thrall to make a slave of
underpin support, substantiate
tier a row, rank, or layer of articles
virtually near to in quantity or amount
virtuoso a musician who shows exceptional ability, technique, or artistry
gadget an often small mechanical or electronic device with a practical use but often thought of as a novelty
prestigious famous, celebrated, distinguished, eminent, famed, illustrious
Created by: na235