0 vuhrt [or] o v@rt
definition: openly apparent; not concealed. (Cf. covert.)
example: Overt discrimination in the form of segregation was the norm in southern states at that time; discrimination in the north was more subtle.
example: Sanctions have not been imposed despite the nation’s overt aggression toward its neighbor.
stIp y@ leIt
definition: to specify or arrange as a condition of an agreement.
example: He has agreed to sell the property but has not yet stipulated a price.
example: The university clearly stipulates the criteria for a student’s acceptance into its honors programs.
example: The mortgage lender stipulates that there must be insurance on the property before the loan will be granted.
definition 1: to come into view or notice.
example: Several unexpected topics arose during the discussion.
example: This question arises at every meeting, but we never seem to come to any agreement on the answer.
example: Problems will inevitably arise despite all of our precautions.
definition 2: to move upward.
example: Steam arose from the boiling water.
definition 3: to result or issue (often followed by “from”).
example: The problem arose from their lack of attention to what they were doing.
kam pr@ hen sihv
definition 1: wide or all-inclusive in range or scope.
example: The team carried out a comprehensive study of the diet and nutrition of children in the whole region.
example: The final exam will be comprehensive, so you’ll need to study the material from the beginning of the semester.
example: Your medical insurance is quite comprehensive; it seems to cover everything.
rih fyu z@l
definition: the act or an instance of refusing. (refuse = 1. to decline to accept or give; 2. to withhold acceptance, permission, or consent.)
example: The demonstrators’ refusal to leave the area caused their arrest by the police.
example: Her refusal of that job offer in Chicago was something she would later regret.