re mih di
definition 1: a medicine or therapy designed to heal a disease or disorder.
example: Rest and plenty of fluids is the remedy most prescribed by doctors for treating influenza.
example: There are many types of cold remedies sold at the drugstore.
definition 2: something that corrects an evil, problem, or fault.
example: There is no easy remedy for high unemployment.
example: The speed limit was lowered as a remedy for the frequent occurrence of accidents on that section of highway.
definition 1: to relieve or heal (a disease or disorder).
example: This medicine should remedy that cough.
definition 2: to set right or fix; restore to a proper state.
example: Panic broke out, and there was little the police could do to remedy the situation.
ae n@k do t@l
definition 1: of, resembling, or concerning an anecdote or anecdotes.
example: We listened with interest to his anecdotal account of his trip.
definition 2: consisting of or supported by anecdotes rather than confirmable or reproducible data.
example: These claims are based only on anecdotal evidence and cannot be considered proven.
example: Anecdotal testimony gathered from users of a product can be highly persuasive.
ae n@k dot
definition 1: a brief account of a notable or humorous incident.
example: She told some interesting anecdotes based on her travels in South America.
example: The physician began his talk with anecdotes about some of his recently-treated patients.
example: He had us in stitches with anecdotes about his college days.
example: The company’s website posts anecdotes sent in by users of its products.
aed v@ keIt
definition: to urge support or acceptance of.
example: The town council advocates buying fruits and vegetables grown on local farms.
example: One candidate advocates the removal of the state’s death penalty, while the other opposes the idea.
aed v@ k@t
definition 1: one who supports a cause.
example: She is an outspoken advocate of prison reform.
definition 2: one who defends or pleads on behalf of another, esp. in a court of law.
example: Who is the advocate for this defendant?
example: Parents of children with severe disabilities must often become tireless advocates in order for their children to receive needed services.
definition 1: physically strong, healthy, and energetic.
example: Among the marathon runners were several robust middle-aged men and women.
definition 2: having or showing vitality or strength; highly functioning or effective.
example: The real estate market was particularly robust during that period.
example: The robust argument made in favor of the proposal was difficult to oppose.
definition 3: requiring strength and endurance.
example: Containing the flood waters will require robust effort.
definition 4: hearty or boisterous.
example: The fans shouted down at the players in their usual robust manner.