Word Meaning Page 2-
Word 1- rookie
noun [ C ] UK /ˈrʊk.i/ US /ˈrʊk.i/ mainly us informal
a person who is new to an organization or an activity:
These rookie cops don’t know anything yet.
noun [ C ] UK /ˈmjʊə.rəl/ US /ˈmjʊr.əl/
a large picture that has been painted on the wall of a room or building
noun [ S ] UK /kəˈkɒf.ə.ni/ US /kəˈkɑː.fə.ni/
an unpleasant mixture of loud sounds:
What a cacophony!
As we entered the farmyard we were met with a cacophony of animal sounds.
noun [ C ] UK /ˈɑː.bɪ.tər/ US /ˈɑːr.bə.t̬ɚ/
someone who makes a judgment, solves an argument, or decides what will be done:
the arbiters of fashion/taste
The government will be the final arbiter in the dispute.
consummation noun [ U ] (COMPLETION)
the act of making something complete or perfect
adjective UK /ˈkæn.dɪd/ US /ˈkæn.dɪd/ approving
honest and telling the truth, especially about something difficult or painful:
The two presidents have had candid talks about the current crisis.
To be candid with you, I think you’re making a dreadful mistake.
a doctor’s judgment of the likely or expected development of a disease or of the chances of getting better:
The prognosis after the operation was for a full recovery.
a statement of what is judged likely to happen in the future, especially in connection with a particular situation:
I was reading a gloomy economic prognosis in the paper this morning.
verb [ T ] UK /iˈmæn.sɪ.peɪt/ US /iˈmæn.sə.peɪt/
to give people social or political freedom and rights
Liberating, relaxing and releasing
adjective UK /ˈdəʊ.saɪl/ US /ˈdɑː.səl/
quiet and easy to influence, persuade, or control:
The once docile population has finally risen up against the ruthless regime.
adjective UK /ˈleɪ.tənt/ US /ˈleɪ.tənt/
present but needing particular conditions to become active, obvious, or completely developed:
Recent developments in the area have brought latent ethnic tension out into the open.