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100 Synonyms | R
100 Synonyms to Expand Your English Vocabulary

20 Powerful Adjectives | R
Learn 20 Powerful Adjectives in English

22 things in the kitchen | R
Use a measuring cup to measure how much of each ingredient you need to use in your recipe.

A case of corruption | R
Learn English from the News: A case of corruption

A proposed tax reform | R
Learn English from the News: A proposed tax reform

A Rescue at Sea | R
ordeal, hull, drifting, resourceful, onslaught

Accountable | R
News Words: Accountable

allegations | R
Allegations are statements saying that someone has done something wrong or illegal. In a court of law evidence should prove an allegation in order for a judge or jury to declare guilt.

artifact | R
An artifact is a simple object made and used by people in the past. In science an artifact is a substance or structure formed by humans not nature.

atrocities | R
Atrocities are terrible acts often involving physical violence and harm.

Authentic | R
News Words: Authentic

Avatar | R
News Words: Avatar

Black Friday Sale Vocabulary | R
Learn English from the News - Black Friday Sale Vocabulary

Bureaucracy | R
News Words: Bureaucracy

burgeoning | R
Burgeoning means growing or developing quickly.

catastrophic | R
Catastrophic describes something involving great damage or suffering.

confront | R
confront - to question or object to something in a direct and forceful way "We will cooperate where we can, but will be ready to confront where we must."

cronyism | R
Cronyism is the practice of placing friends or associates in important positions without concern for their qualifications.

deliberately | R
Deliberately means something done on purpose.

desperate | R
The refugees are arriving in Bangladesh in desperate conditions. Desperate means very serious, bad or dangerous.

Disenchanted | R
News Words: Disenchanted

dissent | R
Dissent is public disagreement with an official opinion, decision or set of beliefs.

Espouse | R
News Words: Espouse

euphoria | R
Euphoria is a great feeling of happiness or excitement.

exonerated | R
Exonerated means someone is released from a guilty verdict.

Holy Grail | R
News Words: Holy Grail

Homelessness in New York City | R
Learn English from the News - Homelessness in New York City

Hurricane Recovery | R
Learn English from the News: Hurricane Recovery

News Words: LGBT

New words in 2017 | R
New English words added to the dictionary in 2017

Part 1 | R
Word Smart Vocabulary Building - Part 1

Phrasal Verbs with TAKE | R
18 English Phrasal Verbs with TAKE

pristine | R
In the enviroment pristine means not changed by people and left in the natural state.

ransomware | R
Ransomware is a harmful software. It blocks access to computer systems until users pay to get their data back.

Reconciliation | R
News Words: Reconciliation

renovation | R
Renovation means changes and repairs of a building to improve it.

Resilient | R
News Words: Resilient

restoration | R
Restoration returns something to its former appearance or importance after being damaged or ruined.

speculation | R
Speculation means ideas or guesses formed without firm evidence.

Unwanted gifts from parents to children | R
Learn English from the News - Unwanted gifts from parents to children

Vocabulary about Immigration | R
English in the News: Vocabulary about Immigration

Vocabulary from the U.S. election results | R
Learn English from the News - Vocabulary from the U.S. election results

What to do about fake news articles? | R
Learn English from the News - What to do about fake news articles?

xenophobia | R
Over time xenophobia has come to mean hatred or fear of foreigners.
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