ar bih trer i
definition 1: resulting from whim or caprice instead of from a rule or reason.
example: The committee’s decision seemed completely arbitrary.
definition 2: exercising power with no legal restrictions; despotic.
example: One arbitrary leader after another ruled the country during this period of instability.
definition: to gain possession of; acquire.
example: He obtained his college degree in just three years.
example: The police asked him where he had obtained the stolen property.
definition: to be customary; prevail.
example: The traditional values of the founders of this community still obtain here.
definition 1: to twist out of shape; deform the appearance or functioning of.
example: The uneven surface of the mirror distorted his reflection.
example: Having the volume too loud distorts the sound.
definition 2: to falsify or misrepresent.
example: The actor felt the newspaper article distorted what he had said in the interview.
example: Exaggerating is often harmless, but it does distort the truth.
s@ puhr flu @s
definition: being beyond a sufficient amount; excessive.
example: This paragraph is superfluous and could easily be eliminated.
e s@ ter ihk
definition: understood or known only by a few persons who have special training, access, or interests.
example: He wrote a book on the esoteric topic of how to grow ornamental onions.