ih lu m@ neIt
definition 1: to provide or brighten with, or as if with, light; light up; make radiant.
example: Lights illuminated the stage.
definition 2: to make clear or understandable; clarify; explain.
example: The information in the footnotes helps to illuminate the text.
example: In class, the professor illuminates the assigned reading.
definition 3: to give knowledge to; enlighten.
example: News magazines nowadays entertain us as well as illuminate us with respect to events in the world.
example: Will you illuminate us as to your intentions?
sam nə lənt
1. falling asleep; sleepy or drowsy.
He should not have been driving in his somnolent condition.
aem pl@ faI
definition 1: to make larger or greater.
example: The new hearing aids amplify sound better than the older types.
example: The first thing we tried as a solution only amplified the problem.
definition 2: to expand upon or clarify, as by adding details or illustrations.
example: I’d like to amplify my response to your earlier question.
definition 1: to move ahead gradually but with determination.
example: We forged ahead with our plans despite all objections.
definition 2: to move forward suddenly and powerfully.
example: The racehorse finally forged into the lead.
sael veI sh@n
1. the act of saving or the condition of being saved from sin or evil; redemption.
He had led a life of crime, and it was a loving woman that brought about his salvation.
2. protection or deliverance from harm or difficulty.
The liberation of the camp by allied forces led to the salvation of the inmates.
3. something that has the effect of saving or protecting from trouble or harm.
My new job was my salvation.