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3000 ECPE Vocabulary (A)

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audit: Read
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examination of accounts; adjustment or correction of accounts

audition: Read
v. Syn. test
take part in a trial performance; evaluate in a trial performance

auditorium: Read
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area of theater or concert hall where audience sits

augment: Read
v. Syn. increase
make greater, as in size, extent, or quantity

aurora: Read
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the first light of day; an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force

authentic: Read
a. Syn. genuine; real; valid; trustworthy
not counterfeit or copied; valid; trustworthy

authenticate: Read
v. Syn. verify; confirm
prove genuine; establish authenticity of

author: Read
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beginner, former, or first mover of anything; creator; originator; one who composes or writes book or composer

authorize: Read
v. Syn. empower; sanction
empower; give permission for; sanction

autobiographical: Read
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of or relating to a person's life or an account of a person's life

automated: Read
a. Syn. mechanical; automatic
mechanical; automatic; accomplished without the intervention of a human operator

automatic: Read
a. Syn. automated; mechanized; involuntary
mechanized; operating with minimal human intervention; independent of external control

automobile: Read
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self-propelled vehicle suitable for use on street or roadway

automotive: Read
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of or relating to motor vehicles; moving by itself; self-propelling

autonomous: Read
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self-governing; not controlled by others or by outside forces; independent

avalanche: Read
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great mass of falling snow and ice

avant-garde: Read
n. Syn. vanguard
radically new or original; cutting edge

avenue: Read
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way or opening for entrance or exit place; passage by which a place may be reached; broad street

average: Read
a. Syn. typical; mediocre
typical; mean; achieve or reach on average

averse: Read
a. Syn. reluctant; disinclined; unwilling
reluctant; disinclined; turned away or backward; unwilling

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accountant  Read
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perfect in quality or nature; complete; totally unlimited; certain
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one who maintains and audits business accounts
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tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
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realization; consciousness; having knowledge of
adapt  Read
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more than enough in size or scope or capacity; fairly large
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randomly chosen; determined by chance or impulse, and not by reason or principle
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make fit for; change to suit a new purpose
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great or plentiful amount; fullness to overflowing
adversity  Read
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sufficient; enough to meet a purpose
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state of misfortune, hardship, or affliction; misfortune
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pleasantness resulting from agreeable conditions
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give notice to; inform or apprise; make known; give public notice of
aerodynamics  Read
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surprise; shock
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official approbation; endorsement; act of approving
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sticky; glutinous; tending to persist
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study of how objects move through the air or water
afford  Read
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study; investigation; process of breaking down a substance into its constituent parts
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pay; provide; have the financial means for; bear the cost of
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permit to enter; receive; provide the right or a means of entrance to
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sufficient; enough to meet a purpose
aircraft  Read
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tree-dwelling; treelike; living in trees
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vehicle that can fly, such as an airplane, helicopter, balloon
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shield; defensive covering, as of metal, wood, or leather, worn to protect the body against weapons
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realization; consciousness; having knowledge of
akin  Read
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person who seeks to overturn established government; advocate of abolishing authority
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give notice to; inform or apprise; make known; give public notice of
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of the same kin; related by blood
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permit to enter; receive; provide the right or a means of entrance to
ammunition  Read
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put together; bring or call together into a group or whole
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vehicle that can fly, such as an airplane, helicopter, balloon
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military stores or provisions; articles used in weapons, as powder, balls, shot, shells
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of the same kin; related by blood
amnesia  Read
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partial or total loss of memory, usually resulting from shock or illness
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pay; provide; have the financial means for; bear the cost of
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substance that prevents infection; substance that restricts the growth of disease-causing microorganisms
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something happens without design; chance; hazard; risk; danger
analysis  Read
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sticky; glutinous; tending to persist
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appoint; allot; make over; point out authoritatively or exactly
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study; investigation; process of breaking down a substance into its constituent parts
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capable of providing a correct reading or measurement; performing with care and precision
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n. Syn. profusion; richness
great or plentiful amount; fullness to overflowing


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n. Syn. misuse
improper use or handling; misuse


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n. Syn. addition; accessory
something added on or attached generally nonessential or inferior


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v. Syn. urge; support
speak, plead, or argue in favour of; plead for; push for something


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n. Syn. sickness; illness; affliction
sickness; illness; affliction


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a. Syn. substitute
happening or following in turns; succeeding each other continuously; substitute


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v. Syn. stun; astonish; shock
astonish; affect with wonder


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n. Syn. wonder; surprise
wonder; state of extreme surprise or wonder; astonishment


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n.
compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation


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occurring or payable every year


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