bə hi məth
1. a huge beast, perhaps a hippopotamus, mentioned in the Book of Job in the Old Testament.
2. any enormous or powerful creature or thing.
“America’s second largest tobacco company, Reynolds American, acquired its competitor Lorillard for $27.4 billion, creating a $58 billion tobacco behemoth.”
“The retail behemoth might not feel much pain from a wage hike, but some of its competitors would.”
Ig n@ r@nt
definition 1: lacking knowledge or education.
example: It is easier for corrupt leaders to control an ignorant population.
example: Many of the children grow up ignorant because they have no access to schools.
definition 2: resulting from or revealing a lack of knowledge or education.
example: We’re making an ignorant assumption, and we should probably check the facts.
definition 3: unaware; uninformed.
example: Many of us are ignorant about other cultures.
example: He was ignorant of the fact that the law had changed.
definition: to give particular emphasis or prominence to, or to be the most prominent thing or part of.
example: She highlighted her remarks with dramatic gestures.
example: The teacher highlighted the spelling errors by circling each one.
example: That new exhibit highlights the show.
definition: that which is exceptionally and pleasurably memorable, important, or prominent.
example: Her speech was the highlight of the conference.
1. any of several large, clumsy, flightless birds formerly found on islands in the Indian Ocean but now extinct.
2. (informal) a person who is slow-witted or hopelessly old-fashioned.
definition 1: to uncover or reveal; lay bare.
example: Stripping off the layers of old paint exposed a delicate carved pattern in the wood.
example: The newspaper exposed wrongdoing on the part of several government officials.
definition 2: to subject to risk by stripping away or not providing needed protection.
example: The judge said that by leaving the baby alone in the bathtub, she exposed the child to danger.
definition 3: to present or display.
example: If you want to be recognized as an artist, you need to expose your work more extensively.
definition 4: to strip away a disguise, pretense, or protection from.
example: She threatened to expose her criminal boyfriend to the police.
definition 5: to allow or cause (someone) to view, come in contact with, or experience.
example: His parents wanted to expose him to the art and music of other cultures.