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Greek & Latins

Unit 6

chronological arranged in the order of time that the events occurred or took place
chronically to occur in a habitual, repeated, or long-standing manner.
chronicle a description of events in the order that they happened.
chronograph a device (like a stopwatch) that is used for measuring and recording time in a very exact way
temporary occurring for a limited amount of time; not permanent.
contemporary happening or beginning now or in recent times.
location a place or position
local relating to or occurring in a particular area, city, or town; located or living nearby
allocate to divide and give out (something) for a special reason or to particular people, companies, or groups.
dislocate to force someone or something to move from a place or position.
chron time - Greek
temp time - Latin
loc place - Latin
Created by: CHES4