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Vocabulary: Series 1

August 22 - August 31, 2017

QuestionAnswer
analyze study or examine something carefully in a methodical way
bear (1) 1. carry or have something on your person, such as news, a load, a scar or a child (be pregnant or give birth to)
bear (2) 2. have something leagally, such as a title or a name
bear (3) 3. put up with something/someone unpleasant
bear (4) 4. behave in certain way (he bore himself with dignity)
befall 1. happen to someone or something. 2. happen by chance.
burgeon grow or become bigger
compensate (for) 1. make up or pay for some wrong doing, often with money. 2. adjust for the lack of something.
compose (1 & 2) 1. put together or make or make up something. 2. write music or literature.
compose (3) 3. calm oneself.
Created by: Yalla_Futures