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Word Power A1 Ch. 17

WPA1 Ch. 17--Vocabulary for income tax

divulge (v.) to tell or reveal
primary (adj.) the most important
complex (adj.) having many confusing details
exempt (v., adj.) v.--to free or excuse something; adj.--free from a requirement
estimate (v., n.) v.--to make a rough guess; n.--a guess
accurate (adj.) correct and exact
interpret (v.) to explain the meaning
disaster (n.) anything that causes a great deal of ruin
borrow (v.) to use something and return it
disclose (v.) to make something known to everyone
dependent (n., adj.) n.--someone or something that needs help; adj.--needing help
eliminate (v.) to remove or get rid of something
Created by: teacherkathy