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Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 6

Essential SAT and ACT Vocabulary Lesson 6

1.                Coarse  رديء خشن,
adj. indicating a rough texture
adj. lacking refinement or sophistication
The horse’s mane was coarse, as if it had never been washed.
The queen’s coarse way of speaking surprised the other members of royalty.
2.              Coincide تواقت حادثين معاً
v. to happen at the same time
It wasn’t until after I booked my ticket that I realized the concert coincided with my finals.
3.              Commission عمولة ,  خدمة
n. the use of payment to request something (e.g., a service or product)
This painting was commissioned by a rich merchant in 1589.
4.             Comparable قابل للمقارنة
adj. able to be compared
This novel is comparable to Huckleberry Finn.
5.              Competent كافٍ، وافٍ بالغرض ,  مُؤَهَّل
adj. sufficiently qualified
We need to hire a competent web developer to create a good website for our company.
6.              Complacent راضٍ، قانع
adj. satisfied, with no desire to change or improve
Though he had never won any awards or even been published, he was complacent with his life as a poet.
7.               Complement تكامل مع شيء، يتناسب مع شيء، يتلاءم مع شيء
v. to make perfect or complete
This wine perfectly complements this platter of gourmet cheese.
8.             Concede يسلّم بشيء، يقرّ بشيء
v. to be forced to agree or surrender
v. to admit to a transgression
With no chance of winning the battle, the army at last conceded.
Dan conceded to pranking his sister.
9.              Conceive يفكر في شيء، يخرج بشيء
v. to imagine or come up with
The plan to build the city was originally conceived in the early 1900s.
10.        Condone يوافق، يقبل
v. to overlook, approve, or allow
She couldn't condone her daughter's rebellious behavior.

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