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Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 21

Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 21

1.                Readily بسرعة , بسهولة
adv. right away and without difficulty
Water was readily available at different points in the race.
2.              Reconsideration إعادة النظر في، إعادة البحث
n. thinking again about a previously made choice
The judges’ reconsideration of her performance resulted in her victory.
3.              Reform يُصلح , يحسّن سلوكه،
n. a change for the better; improvement
v. to improve via change
The reform made it so that only those 18 and older can legally drive.
The government reformed its vague policies on marijuana use.
4.             Refute ينكر , يدحض
v. to prove to be untrue, unfounded, or incorrect
The student refuted the professor’s claim in class.
5.              Reinforce يقوّي، يدعّم
v. to strengthen or add support to
We can use these pipes to reinforce the structure.
6.              Reluctantly كرهًا، على مضض
adv. somewhat unwillingly
Max reluctantly agreed to see the horror movie with his friends.
7.               Renounce يتخلّى عن شيء , ينكر شخصًا، يتبرأ من شخص، يتخلى عن شخص
v. to give up (usu. power or a position)
v. to cast off
Our CEO renounced her position yesterday.
He renounced his friend after he caught her stealing money from him.
8.             Reproach يُعاتب.، يلوم
v. to criticize
The mother reproached her daughter’s school for making students come in during a blizzard.
9.              Repudiate يرفض، يأبى يرفض دجع الدّين يتبرّأ من، يتنكّر لـ
v. to refuse to recognize as true
v. to cast off
The father repudiated his son’s marriage.
She repudiated her son once she found out he’d married someone without telling her.
10.        Retention احتفاظ ,  إبقاء
n. the act of keeping something
Water retention can make you weigh more on certain days.

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