Im prə ma tər [or] Im prə meI tər
1. an official license to print or publish, especially one issued by the Roman Catholic censor.
2. any official permission or sanction.
example: Without the imprimatur of the FDA, this drug will remain inaccessible to many who need it.
rih spek tihv li
definition: with regard to each of two or more persons or things in the order named.
example: Their son and daughter are aged ten and twelve respectively.
example: American casualties in World War I and World War II are estimated at over 300,000 and one million respectively.
prə ra gə tihv
1. an exclusive right or privilege derived from one’s office, position, age, citizenship, birth, or the like.
As a resident of the city, it is your prerogative to vote in city elections, but no one can force you to, of course.
2. a right or privilege enjoyed by a person or group.
I’m an adult, and it’s my prerogative to decide whom I will marry.
of, derived from, or utilizing a prerogative.
k@n sI d@r @ b@l
definition 1: large in size, number, extent, or proportion.
example: Ten miles is a considerable distance for a young child to walk.
example: It was a considerable favor, and she had to think hard before she agreed to do it.
example: During the battle, there were considerable losses on both sides.
definition 2: worthy of notice or respect; important.
example: She has a considerable reputation in this town as a civic leader.
complete; unmitigated; downright.
He is an arrant flirt who tries to win over women right in front of their husbands.