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Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 14

Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 14

1.                Foreseeable متوقَّع
adj. capable of being predicted or anticipated
I can't imagine aliens visiting us in the foreseeable future.
2.              Frankly بصراحة، في الحقيقة
adv. directly, clearly
I frankly don’t see the point in learning to drive.
3.              Freewheeling حر، طليق
adj. carefree
His freewheeling attitude often got him in trouble at work.
4.             Fundamental أساسي، رئيسي
adj. the most essential or most basic part
A thesis is arguably the most fundamental part of an essay.
5.              Galvanizing يحفز شخصًا، يكون حافزًا لشخص
adj. thrilling, exciting, stimulating
The galvanizing performance left everyone spellbound.
6.              Geriatric شيخوخيّ
adj. relating to old age
I became interested in geriatric medicine shortly after my grandfather passed away from cancer.
7.               Hostile عدائيّ
adj. harmful, dangerous
The voices around the corner sounded angry, hostile even.
8.             Hypothetical افتراضي
adj. supposed; related to a hypothesis
For my physics homework, I must come up with a hypothetical situation.
9.              Ignominious شائن، مذل
adj. publicly shameful or humiliating
The politician's expensive campaign ultimately ended in ignominious defeat.
10.        Impart يمنح، ينشر
v. to transmit, bestow, or disclose
Parents must impart common sense to their children.

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