ihk stre mih ti
1. the farthest reach or point of a thing.
The extremities of the field were marked by a fence.
2. the greatest degree or utmost extreme.
At that moment, they felt the extremity of fear.
3. (usu. pl.) the parts of the body extending from the limbs; hands and feet.
Blood circulation in her extremities is rather poor.
4. a condition of extreme danger or distress.
He didn’t understand the extremity of the situation.
o v@r awl [or] o v@r awl
definition 1: from one limit to the other; entire.
example: The overall distance across Australia is about four thousand kilometers.
definition 2: with respect to or including nearly everything; general.
example: Although there were a few positive reviews, the overall opinion of the critics was that the play was simply dull.
example: I scored highest in one of the events, but my sister was the overall winner of the competition.
definition: for the most part; in general.
example: Overall, I’d say our presentation went very well.
@ kor dihng li
definition 1: in accord with what is known, stated, or suitable; correspondingly.
example: The job is hard, and we will pay you accordingly.
definition 2: consequently; therefore; so.
example: It was clear we were headed into a severe storm; accordingly, we turned back to shore.
ihk stri mihst
1. a person who takes a radical stand and encourages radical action or thinking, esp. in politics.
The extremists wish to destroy the republic and bring about a return of the monarchy.
2. a person who is a member of an organization that advocates extreme acts or policies.
of or pertaining to extremists or extreme actions.
Extremist factions are eroding the party’s popularity.
definition 1: to bring (someone or something) down in moral or intellectual character; deprave; debase
example: The board felt that such risqué literature would degrade the minds of the youth.
definition 2: to lower in the opinion of others or in self-respect; bring into dishonor or disgrace.
example: The discovery of his involvement in the scandal degraded him in the eyes of the public.
example: It’s honest work, so I don’t feel it degrades me to do it.
definition 3: to reduce in value, amount, or intensity.
example: Excessive farming of the land degraded the soil.
definition 4: to break down the complexity of (a substance); decompose.
example: Exposure to hot and cold air will degrade the wood eventually.