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Vocab 13

Def and Terms

TermDefinition
abstract (adj.) having to do with an idea or quality rather than an object; hard to understand; (in art) with little likeness to real people or things
ally (v.) to unite or join for a special purpose (n.) a person or country joined with another for a special purpose
appoint (v.) to choose (someone) for a position or duty; to decide on
attentive (adj.) paying attention; thoughtful and polite
bonus (n.) something extra or beyond what is owed or expected
carefree (adj.) without troubles, worries, or responsibilities
courtesy (n.) polite, thoughtful, or considerate behavior; a polite act; a favor
manufacture (v.) to make something, especially using machinery; to make up (n.) the making of something, especially using machinery
mistrust n.) a lack of confidence (v.) to have no confidence in; to be suspicious of; to doubt
noticeable (adj.) easy to see; likely to be observed; worthy of attention
overthrow v.)to overturn; to bring about the fall or end of (n.) an act of bringing down; defeat
peculiar (adj.) not like the normal or usual; odd or curious; belonging to a particular group, person, place or thing
Created by: sophieew2024