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2018-09-23SCD2018-p.357

SCD2018

id:ework:20180922:dic

p.357

  • indecent [adj]
    • Inappropriate to obscente, as in in indecent languate.
  • indefinite
    1. [adj]Unclear or nucertain, as in an indefinite amount of time.
    2. indefinite article[n]The grammatical term for a or an, used before a noun when it refers to something general or not specific, as in a baseball or an orange.
  • indict [v]
    • To officially charge someone with a crime. The man was indicted for muder.

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2018-09-22SCD2018-p.356

SCD2018

id:ework:20180921:dic

p.356

  • inconspicuous [adj]
    • Not easy to see; not attracting attention:Conrad felt uneasy and bashful at the party, so he stayed in a corner and tried to look inconspicuous.
  • incriminate [v]
  • incubate [v]
    1. To keep eggs warm before they hatch.
    2. To keep a premature or sick baby safe and warm in a specially heated apparatus.
    3. To nurture, or to allow to develop, as in to incubate an idea.

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2018-09-21SCD2018-p.355

SCD2018

id:ework:20180920:dic

p.355

  • incidentally [adv]
  • incite [v]
    • To stir up feelings that make someone do something violent or foolish.
  • inclined [adj]
    1. Learning or slanting.
    2. Liking or tending to do something:I'm inclined to fall asleep when it's hot.

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2018-09-20SCD2018-p.354

SCD2018

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p.354


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2018-09-19SCD2018-p.353

SCD2018

id:ework:20180918:dic

p.353

  • improvise [v]
    1. To create or achives something with whatever is available:We improvised some curtains by using a couple of patterned sheets.
    2. To make something up on short notice:The band improvised some background music while waiting for the singer to come outsatage.
  • imprudent [adj]
    • Lacking in good judgment; unwise:It was imprudent to schedule the trip without cnfirming that everyone was free to travel on those dates.
  • impudent [adj]
    • Bold and disrespectufl, as in an impudent joke.

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