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Corona Virus DC

Vocabulary from "Our Future After Coronavirus"

TermDefinition
far-ranging (adjective) covering a wide scope, affects a lot of different areas
shatter (verb) to break into a multitude of small pieces
competence (noun) the ability to do something successfully or efficiently.
apparent (adjective) clearly visible or understood; obvious.
to farm out (verb) to outsource work, production, etc. to another person or place
to bypass (verb) to avoid something
gun-shy (adjective) nervous or apprehensive
redundancy (noun) being neither needed nor useful.
to decouple (verb) separate, disengage, or dissociate (something) from something else.
prevalent (adjective) widespread in a particular area or at a particular time.
Sino-American (adjective) of or relating to diplomatic relations between China and the United States of America
hardheaded (adjective) stubborn
to conjure (verb) to come up with / to invent
to come out of one's shell (expression) to open up, to no longer be shy
to loathe (verb) to hate something severely
haphazard (adjective) without organization or structure
to tarnish (verb) make or become less valuable or respected.
to usher in + something (verb) cause or mark the start of something new.
Created by: igkime
 

 



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