دایره المعارف برق(اطلاعات عمومی برق)
ambiguous apparent arbitrary assert astounding
astute authorize deceptively determined elicit
forbid petition relinquish resilient tempt
ambiguousadj. of unclear meaning, something that can be
understood in more than one way
adv. ambiguouslySyn. vague
The men received an ambiguous message from their boss.
His letter was full of ambiguities.
apparentadj. to be clear in meaning or open to view, easily
adv. apparentlySyn. visible
It was apparent that he needed to rest.
No one apparently knew to solve the problem.
arbitraryadj. an action or decision made with little
adv. arbitrarilythought, order, or reason
n. arbitrarinessSyn. haphazard
Her choice of clothing seemed arbitrary.
The teacher arbitrarily decided to give the class a test.
assertn. to express or defend oneself strongly, to
adv. assertivelystate positively
n. assertivenessSyn. declare
The government asserted its control over the banking system.
The company president is an assertive individual.
astoundingadj. very surprising
v. astoundSyn. astonishing
The scientists made an astounding discovery.
The fans were astounded by their team's success.
astuteadj. very intelligent, smart, clever
adj. astutelySyn. perceptive
He was an astute worker, finishing in half the time it took the others to finish.
They astutely determined that there would be no chance to finish on time.
authorizev. to give permission or power to do
Only authorized employees are allowed in the laboratory.
The dean has the authority to resolve academic problem of students.
deceptivelyadv. to make someone think that something is
adj. deceptivetrue or good when it is false or bad
v. deceiveSyn. misleadingly
The magician deceptively made the rabbit disappear.
Richard deceived Joe about the cost of the coat.
determinedadj. to be strong in one's opinion, to be firm in
v. determineSyn. resolute
They were determined to go to graduate school.
The judge determined that the man was lying.
elicitv. to get the facts, to draw out, to evoke
n. elicitationSyn. extract
A lawyer will elicit all the facts necessary to prove her case.
Elicitation of the truth can be difficult at times.
forbidv. to command not to do something
adj. forbiddento have a dangerous look, bad feeling
adv. forbiddinglySyn. ban
His father will forbid him to use the car.
The cave looks forbidding let's not go in.
petitionv. to make a request
n. petitionSyn. appeal
Canada petitioned the United Nations to consider its case.
The student's petition was denied.
relinquishv. to give up control
n. relinquishmentSyn. abdicate
The troubled executive relinquished his control of the company.
The relinquishment of his claim to the building will allow the building to be sold.
resilientadj. strong enough to recover from difficulty or
n. resilienceSyn. tenacious
She has a resilient personality and will soon feel better.
The doctor was surprised by his patient's resilience.
temptv. to make it attractive to do something
adj. temptingSyn. entice
The idea of getting rich quickly tempted him to invest his life savings.
Desserts are more tempting when one is on a diet.
Choose the synonym.
1. appeal a. misleadingly
(A) detect (A) abruptly
(B) assert (B) deceptively
(C) petition (C) progressively
(D) allow (D) truly
2 astounding 7 resolute
(A) celebrated (A) determined
(B) astonishing (B) perfect
(C) visible (C) renown
(D) energetic (D) perceptive
3. ban 8. resilient
(A) forbid (A) bothersome
(B) empower (B) vital
(C) intensify (C) unbearable
(D) restore (D) tenacious
4. elicit 9. tempt
(A) declare (A) entice
(B) authorize (B) divide
(C) conform (0 discourage
(D) extract (D) notice
5. abdicate 10. vague
(A) relinquish (A) intolerable
(B) alter (B) adverse
(C) encourage (C) beautiful
(D) heighten (D) ambiguous
ambiguous:مبهم.با ابهام.دو پهلو
assert:ذفاع کردن از.حمایت کردن.ادعا کردن.اثبات کردن
authorize:تنفیذ کردن.تصویب کردن.اختیار دادن
deceptively:فریبنده.فریبا.گول زننده.فریب آمیز
elicit:بیرون کشیدن.فراخواندن.استخراج کردن
forbid:ممنوع کردن.منع کردن.اجازه ندادن
relinquish:ترک کردن.چشم پوشیدن..ول کردن
tempt:دچار وسوسه کردن.اغواکردن.فریفتن