Monthly Archives: June 2014
kan sə miht
1: perfect; complete.
This consummate replica of the Mona Lisa rivals the original in its beauty.
2: supremely skilled.
He was a consummate actor, sought after by the best directors in New York City.
3: of the highest order or degree.
With consummate ineptitude, the surgeon sewed the patient’s severed finger on backwards. (more…)
lih jI t@ miht
definition 1: in accordance with the law or rules (used especially when the breaking of laws or rules is suspected).
example: Upon investigation, it was found that these were legitimate business dealings.
example: He was shown to be the legitimate heir to the throne.
definition 2: valid, justified, or deserved.
example: She had to admit that it was a legitimate criticism.
definition 1: to refuse to accept, grant entry to, acknowledge, or act upon.
example: They rejected the shipment, as the goods were damaged.
example: The university rejected him because his test scores were too low.
example: She rejected the company’s job offer.
definition 2: to refuse to render, grant, or consider.
example: The management rejected the workers’ request.
example: He rejected the suggestion as soon as she made it.
In tər reg nəm
1. the interval between the end of one reign or regime and the start of another.
2. any period when a state is without a ruler or when the usual functions of government are suspended.
3. any interruption, pause, or gap in the continuity of something.
definition 1: to persuade or influence, as to a course of action.
example: There is nothing that could induce me to accept your offer.
definition 2: to cause or stimulate.
example: They found that the drug induces hallucinations.
example: A primary aim of enemy propaganda is to induce fear.