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.
ho m@ ji ni @s [or] ho m@ jin y@s
definition 1: having all parts of the same or a similar type.
example: The influx of immigrants and refugees into the small nation has transformed what was once a homogeneous population.
definition 2: having the same structure, nature, or texture throughout; uniform.
example: Homogeneous matter has the same composition regardless of what amount is analyzed.
definition 1: to be or act in accordance or compliance with an established standard or norm.
example: He found it difficult to conform to the strict rules of the military academy.
example: All highway signs must conform to standards established by the government.
example: She refused to conform to society’s expectations of her as a woman.
definition 2: to show similarity or become similar in nature or appearance.
example: Her true self does not conform to everyone’s image of her.
definition: to make similar in nature or appearance.
example: He conformed his way of speaking to the local dialect.
definition 1: a royal kingdom; domain.
example: The king expanded his realm by conquering the neighboring tribes.
definition 2: sphere; province.
example: The art teacher encouraged the students to step into the realm of their imagination.
example: He considered raising the children to be solely within his wife’s realm; he rarely took an interest or rendered an opinion.
example: That their efforts should succeed is within the realm of possibility, but I don’t consider it likely.
example: For her, astronomy is the most interesting area within the realm of science.