آموزش زبان انگلیسی از طریق هندبوک ۵۰۴- درس ۰۱

آموزش زبان انگلیسی از طریق هندبوک 504- درس 01Reviewed by تاپ ترجمه on Sep 28Rating: 4.5آموزش زبان انگلیسی از طریق هندبوک 504- درس 01 سلام.............. هر فردی برای ارائه ی یک مکالمه ی کامل و عالی نیاز به مرجع لغات عالی داره................ اینجا قبل از اقدام برای مکالمه سعی میکنیم لغات رو درس به درس از هند بوک 504 یاد بگیریم....... درس اول: Abandon: desert; leave without planning to come back; quit; leave behind; reject; renounce; and give up Anecdote: short narrative describing an interesting or amusing incident; tale; narrative; urban myth Bachelor: unmarried man; graduate who holds a bachelor’s degree Bear: give birth; something difficult to do or deal with; endure; carry; support; suffer; produce Blade: edge (of a knife); cutting portion of a razor; thin leaf; paddle; bat; racquet; propeller Break in: enter forcibly; interrupt a person while he is speaking; an illegal forced entry in order to steal something Breeding: courtesy; education; upbringing; rearing; cultivation; producing offspring Cloak: loose sleeveless outer garment that fastens at the neck and hangs down the back; mask; disguise; cover Contest: fight for; appeal; challenge; competition Cot: a small bed with high barred sides for a baby or very young child; light portable bed; a camp bed Data: information; facts; facts and statistics used for reference or analysis; the quantities Detective: investigative; one who searches for information and evidence relevant to specific occurrences Flirting: coquetry; affectionate and playful conduct meant to arouse sexual interest; brief romance Gallant: brave; showing respect for women; chivalrous; gentlemanly Generous: freely giving more of something than is necessary or expected; giving; unselfish; abundant; plentiful Gesture: express an idea or emotion through bodily movements; motion of to emphasize or help to express a thought Hardship: something that is hard to bear; difficulty; suffering; trouble; severe suffering or privation; misfortune; bad luck Jealous: afraid that the one you love might prefer someone else; wanting what someone else has Keen: sharp; intense; eager; clever; perceptive; astute; strong; enthusiastic; wonderful; amazing Knight: medieval warrior; man who holds an honorary nonhereditary rank; chess piece shaped like a horse’s head Lot: divide; allocate; section of land; film studio; large amount; a great deal Muddy: covered in mud; cloudy; hazy; vague; cover in mud; make impure; confuse the issue; make unclear Oath: a promise that something is true; words of a solemn promise; a curse Peg: fasten with clothespin; strengthen with a wedge; reinforce with a spike Puddle: small pool of water or liquid; mud; pool of foul stagnant water; dirty; pollute; roll about in the mud Qualify: become fit; show that you are able; meet the minimum standards; restrict; attribute a quality or characteristic Swore: past ofswe ar; solemnly promise; curse; use obscene language; testify under oath (Law); bind by an oath Tact: ability to say the right thing; diplomacy; ability to skillfully deal with people; sense of what is proper or appropriate Unaccustomed: unfamiliar; not accustomed to; unusual; not used to something Upbringing: rearing of children; the treatment and instruction received from one’s parents throughout childhood Vacant: empty; unfilled; unoccupied; not in use; lacking expression; not claimed Widow: woman whose husband has died; take away something valuable
آموزش زبان انگلیسی از طریق هندبوک 504- درس
آموزش زبان انگلیسی از طریق هندبوک ۵۰۴- درس
سلام…………..
هر فردی برای ارائه ی یک مکالمه ی کامل و عالی نیاز به مرجع لغات عالی داره…………….
اینجا قبل از اقدام برای مکالمه سعی میکنیم لغات رو درس به درس از هند بوک ۵۰۴ یاد بگیریم…….

درس اول:

Abandon: desert; leave without planning to come back; quit; leave behind; reject; renounce; and give up

Anecdote: short narrative describing an interesting or amusing incident; tale; narrative; urban myth

Bachelor: unmarried man; graduate who holds a bachelor’s degree

Bear: give birth; something difficult to do or deal with; endure; carry; support; suffer; produce

Blade: edge (of a knife); cutting portion of a razor; thin leaf; paddle; bat; racquet; propeller

Break in: enter forcibly; interrupt a person while he is speaking; an illegal forced entry in order to steal something

Breeding: courtesy; education; upbringing; rearing; cultivation; producing offspring

Cloak: loose sleeveless outer garment that fastens at the neck and hangs down the back; mask; disguise; cover

Contest: fight for; appeal; challenge; competition

Cot: a small bed with high barred sides for a baby or very young child; light portable bed; a camp bed

Data: information; facts; facts and statistics used for reference or analysis; the quantities

Detective: investigative; one who searches for information and evidence relevant to specific occurrences

Flirting: coquetry; affectionate and playful conduct meant to arouse sexual interest; brief romance

Gallant: brave; showing respect for women; chivalrous; gentlemanly

Generous: freely giving more of something than is necessary or expected; giving; unselfish; abundant; plentiful

Gesture: express an idea or emotion through bodily movements; motion of to emphasize or help to express a thought

Hardship: something that is hard to bear; difficulty; suffering; trouble; severe suffering or privation; misfortune; bad luck

Jealous: afraid that the one you love might prefer someone else; wanting what someone else has

Keen: sharp; intense; eager; clever; perceptive; astute; strong; enthusiastic; wonderful; amazing

Knight: medieval warrior; man who holds an honorary nonhereditary rank; chess piece shaped like a horse’s head

Lot: divide; allocate; section of land; film studio; large amount; a great deal

Muddy: covered in mud; cloudy; hazy; vague; cover in mud; make impure; confuse the issue; make unclear

Oath: a promise that something is true; words of a solemn promise; a curse

Peg: fasten with clothespin; strengthen with a wedge; reinforce with a spike

Puddle: small pool of water or liquid; mud; pool of foul stagnant water; dirty; pollute; roll about in the mud

Qualify: become fit; show that you are able; meet the minimum standards; restrict; attribute a quality or characteristic

Swore: past ofswe ar; solemnly promise; curse; use obscene language; testify under oath (Law); bind by an oath

Tact: ability to say the right thing; diplomacy; ability to skillfully deal with people; sense of what is proper or appropriate

Unaccustomed: unfamiliar; not accustomed to; unusual; not used to something

Upbringing: rearing of children; the treatment and instruction received from one’s parents throughout childhood

Vacant: empty; unfilled; unoccupied; not in use; lacking expression; not claimed

Widow: woman whose husband has died; take away something valuable

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