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.
vaek yu əs
1. lacking any content; empty.
The only solution was to try to unmake the world, to make it black and silent and uninhabited again, to return to the moment before the Big Bang, in the beginning when there was the Word, and to live in that vacuous uncreated space alone with the Word. (John Green, The Fault in Our Stars)
2. characterized by lack of intelligence or serious intent; devoid of ideas or emotion.
Could men with such vacuous grins, such an air of imbecile good-nature, be capable of acting wisely in any terrible crisis? (M. E. Braddon, Phantom Fortune, a Novel)
he t@ ro ji ni @s [or] he t@ ro jin y@s
definition: made up of parts or members that differ from each other.
example: The dogs at the shelter form a heterogeneous group ranging from boxers to bulldogs to chihuahuas.
rae kan tuhr
one who is talented in storytelling.
example: He was not only a comedian; he was a raconteur who could captivate his audience with a tale.
definition 1: to prevent from happening by means of a prior action or previously established condition.
example: Their heated dispute some years before precluded any future friendship between them.
example: The crimes he committed in his homeland precluded his becoming a U.S. citizen.
definition 2: to prevent (someone) from doing or becoming something.
example: Being female in the nineteenth century precluded a woman from voting or holding public office.