ihk se s@ ri [or] aek se s@ ri
1. a nonessential component used for beauty, added pleasure, or convenience.
This pearl necklace is a beautiful and useful accessory.
The car’s CD player is considered an accessory.
2. in law, someone who helps a criminal before or after a crime, but does not commit the crime.
As an accessory, she received a short sentence in prison for the crime, but her boyfriend, the perpetrator, got a sentence of ten years.
1. to inhabit or frequent as a ghost.
It is said that ghosts have haunted the castle since the fifteenth century.
2. to come persistently and painfully to the mind or memory of.
The tragic scene still haunts her.
What happened was an accident, but the man’s death haunted him forever.
1. to support or affirm, esp. in the face of a challenge.
The court upheld his right to free speech.
2. to keep from sinking or falling; support.
His principles and unfailing optimism upheld his spirit in difficult times.
Our town upholds some of the old village traditions that are disappearing elsewhere.
The concrete columns uphold the building.
1. to approach or be on the limit or border of (often followed by “on”).
That land verges on the city park.
After her death, his mental condition verged on insanity.
Her first novel verged on brilliance.
This rare species of bird is now verging on extinction.
The crowd’s anger verged on hysteria.
1. the point or limit beyond which something occurs, begins, or comes into effect; brink.
The astronomers are on the verge of a major discovery.
mael fuhngk sh@n
1. to fail to operate or function.
Many soldiers died when their parachutes malfunctioned.
2. to function or operate poorly.
The lawnmower has been malfunctioning recently, and I need to have somebody take a look at it.
the act or an instance of malfunctioning.
The malfunction of the lighting system caused a delay in the performance.