definition 1: a large quantity of money or property or the state of having such.
example: He gained his wealth by building ships.
example: The family had great wealth and could afford to live in luxury.
definition 2: a large amount or abundance.
example: She has a wealth of knowledge and experience to draw on.
plu tə kraet
1: a member of a wealthy ruling class.
2: anyone having great influence because of wealth.
maen ih fest
definition: to show plainly; display; demonstrate.
example: The results of the treatment generally manifest themselves after only four days.
example: The man’s face manifested both shock and grief.
example: The patient manifested symptoms of a rare disease.
definition: clear and unmistakable to the eye or mind; plain; obvious.
example: His guilt was manifest to all.
In krə mənt
1: a rise or addition in number or value, often small.
Every year the employees receive a wage increment.
2: one of several successive increases or movements forward.
The weight is increased in precise increments.
3: something received or added.
And every year, every month, came some new increment to human achievement, a new country opened up, new mines, new scientific discoveries, a new machine!
(The War in the Air, Wells, H.G.)
definition: to transform (something) into another form, substance, or state.
example: We can convert the sofa into a bed.
example: The gas engine converts the gas into electrical power.
definition: to adopt new and fundamentally different beliefs or attitudes, especially religious or political.
example: Before her marriage, she converted to Judaism.