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4000 Essential English Words 5 Unit 10: Life on the Farm

4000 Essential English Words 5 Unit 10: Life on the Farm

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  • accountant [əˈkauntənt] n. 

An accountant is a person whose job is to keep financial accounts.

 The accountant helped me keep track of my money.

  • capitalist [ˈkæpitəlist] n. 

capitalist is a business person who invests in trade and industry for profit.

 The capitalist invested in a factory that made wheat into cereal.

  • contempt [kənˈtempt] n. 

Contempt is the feeling of having no respect for something.

 The judge had contempt for the wicked criminal.

  • dedicate [ˈdedikeit] v. 

To dedicate oneself to something means to put a lot of time and effort into it.

 The nun dedicated herself to helping people in need.

  • ditch [ditʃ] n. 

ditch is a narrow hole cut into the ground by a road or a field.

 When the car slid off of the road, it fell into the ditch.

  • enterprise [ˈentərpraiz] n. 

An enterprise is a company or business.

 My father owns an advertising enterprise.

  • exquisite [iksˈkwizit] adj. 

When something is exquisite, it is very beautiful or pleasant.

 The artist made exquisite watercolor paintings.

  • finance [fiˈnæns] v. 

To finance someone or something means to provide money for them.

 The government financed the scientist’s experiments with new weapons.

  • indifferent [inˈdəfrənt] adj. 

When someone is indifferent toward something, they have a lack of interest in it.

 Lisa is indifferent toward school. She doesn’t care what her final grades are.

  • irrigate [ˈirəgeit] v. 

To irrigate means to supply water to land so that crops can grow.

 In dry climates, it is important to irrigate fields of crops.

  • maximize [ˈmæksəmaiz] v. 

To maximize something is to make it as great in amount, size, or importance.

 You should exercise regularly to maximize a healthy lifestyle.

  • monetary [ˈmanəteri] adj. 

When something is monetary, it relates to money.

 A strong monetary policy is important for a country to be successful.

  • precaution [priˈkɔːʃən] n. 

precaution is an action that is meant to stop something bad from happening.

 Asa precaution, you should put on a heavy coat before going out in cold weather.

  • preliminary [priˈliməneri] adj. 

Preliminary describes something that happens before a more important event.

 The runners must do well in the preliminary races to qualify for the final race.

  • saturate [ˈsӕtʃəreit] v. 

To saturate something means to completely soak it with a liquid.

 The sponge was saturated with soapy water and dripped all over the floor.

  • simplicity [simˈplisəti] n. 

The simplicity of something is the fact that it is easy to do or understand.

 We were able to find the house thanks to the simplicity of the directions.

  • sow [sou] v. 

To sow seeds means to plant them in the ground.

 He always sows his garden seeds in the springtime.

  • soy [sɔi] n. 

Soy is a food made from soybeans, such as flour or butter.

 Soy can be made into tofu, sauce, and also milk.

  • spade [speid] n. 

spade is a tool used for digging.

 The gardener used her spade to make a hole for the seed.

  • upcoming [ˈʌpkʌmiŋ] adj. 

When something is upcoming, that means it will happen in the near future.

 The kids were worried about their upcoming exam.

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