pae r@ maUnt
definition: foremost in importance, power, or the like; chief.
example: The safety of the citizens was the paramount concern of the mayor at that point.
example: The usefulness of the plant in treating disease was of paramount interest to the researchers.
example: It’s obvious that the health of her patients is paramount to the doctor.
example: Of paramount importance is the issue of fairness in the hiring of new employees.
In ihk strI k@ b@l
definition 1: that one cannot free oneself from.
example: He was in a terrible and inextricable situation, and he knew there was no way out.
definition 2: unable to be loosened, undone, or disentangled.
example: The twins felt an inextricable bond with each other.
example: There is an inextricable link between these ideas: we cannot think of one without thinking of the other.
ko or d@ neIt
definition 1: to order or organize so as to bring about maximum efficiency in working toward a common goal.
example: We should coordinate our efforts in planning the meeting.
example: The allies coordinated their military operations.
definition 2: to arrange in a harmonious relationship.
example: A decorator will be hired to coordinate the furnishings for the new office.
mae lih faek t@r
definition: one who commits a crime or does evil; criminal or wrongdoer.
example: The police were eager to bring the malefactor to justice.
example: Society does not easily forgive violent malefactors.
example: Some of the malefactors were imprisoned for little more than stealing bread.
definition 1: to state or otherwise make known (ideas, thoughts, or feelings).
example: After watching the film, the students wanted to express their opinions on it.
example: His father loved him but found it hard to express his feelings.
example: He expressed great remorse for what he had done.
example: She expressed her thoughts in her journal.
example: In his memoir, he expressed that he had never really loved his wife.
definition 2: to make known the thoughts and feelings of (oneself).
example: She prefers to express herself in writing, as it gives her time to think.
example: He uses his art as a way to express himself.
definition 3: to show or make manifest.
example: The look on his face clearly expressed guilt.
definition: clear, precise, and fully stated; explicit.
example: It was the mother’s express desire that her daughter should inherit the house with all its property.