- 10000 самых распространенных английских слов (Proficiency)
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Acceptance, n. Accepting, taking, Accompaniment, n. Appendage, conreception, receipt. Favorable reception. Accepted bill of exchange. Accompany, v. Attend, escort, conAcceptation, n. Meaning, signification, voy, follow, wait on, be associated with, significance, sense, import. Avenue, approach, pas- with, go hand in hand with. Confederate, accessary, proach. Accomplish, v.
Explain, give a reason, show the consummate, compass, carry, carry in reason, render a reason, assign the to effect, carry through, carry out, get cause, make explanation. Accountableness, out, turn off. Finish, end, conclude, terminate. Fulfil, realize, effectuate, bring to Accountable, a. Responsible, answerpass. Equip, furnish, supply.
Accountableness, n. Instructed, edu- ITY. Book-keeper, expert consummate, ripe, thorough-bred, in accounts. Polished, refined, polite, elegant, Accoutrements, n. Credit, give trust or conconsummation, fulfilment. Acquirement, attainment, profi- ceive as an envoy, receive as commisciency, stock of knowledge, mental re- sioned, empowered, or authorized.
10000 самых распространенных английских слов (Proficiency)
Accretion, is. Growth by accessiou Accord, v. Grant, concede, vouch- of parts. Growing together. Accord, v.
Harmonize, correspond, 3. Gradual accumulation of agree, tally, quadrate, be in unison, be soil, as at the mouth of a river. Accrue, v. Result, proceed, come, Accord, o. Accord, concord, agree- added, be derived, be gained, be got, ment, concurrence, concordance, con- come in.
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Leaning, reclining. Accumulate, v. Pile, amass, agAccordant, a.
Jack Harvey’s Adventures, or, The Rival Campers Among the Oyster Pirates, by Arthur M. Winfield
Agreeable, agreeing, gregate, collect, collect together, gather suitable, consonant, congruous, sym- up, pile up, heap up, bring together, phonious. Accordingly, ad. Agreeably, suit- 2. Consequently, as a natural conse- lay in, set by. Increase, grow, be or the occasion. According to, By, in accordance with, Accumulation, n. Collection, pile, heap, conformably to, agreeably to.
Accost, v. Address, salute, greet, Accuracy, n. Accurate, is. Exact, correct, precise, Accoucheur, n.
go Account, n. Record, register, inven- Accurateness, a. Accursed, a. Cursed, unsanctified, 2. Bill, charge, registry of debt and unholy.
Detestable, execrable, hateful, 3. Reckoning, computation, calcula- abominable, odious, horrid, horrible, tion, enumeration, tale, count. Description, statement, narration, Accusation, n. Crimination, impeachrecital, rehearsal, relation, narrative, ment, arraignment, indictment, charge. Charge, impeach, arraign, sentation, portrayal, detail, word, ti- indict, criminate, inculpate, incrimidings, report, nate, tax, inform against, call to ac5. Consideration, regard, motive, rea- count, take to task. Accuser, n. Informer, informant, plain6. Habituate, inure, use, tion, note. Profit, advantage, benefit.
"Travels and Adventures of Monsieur Violet"
Esteem, regard, deem, Accustomed, a. Usual,habitual, wontthink, hold, consider, view, reckon, rate, ed, customary, familiar, common, freestimate, look upon. Render an account, Ace, is. Single point in cards or in answer in judgment. Particle, atom, jot, iota, bit, tittle, Acquaintance, n. Familiarity, fawhit, grain, scrap, mite, corpuscle, miliar knowledge. Friend with whom one is not intiAcephalous, a. Acerbity, n. Roughness, astrin- Acquainted with, 1. A friend of without being intimate 2.
Acrimony, severity, harshness, with. Yield, comply, subrancor, crabbedness, churlishness, mo- mit, bow, rest, resign one's self, be roseness, sullenness, ill temper, bad reconciled, be resigned, be satisfied, blood. Assent, consent, agree, accede, Ache, n. Aching, pain, continued pain. Be in pain, feel or suffer in, go with the stream, go with the pain.