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TOEIC 単語リスト (S to Z) TOEIC Bridge Word List

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safety (noun)
form plural: safeties
freedom from danger; quality of not causing injury or loss; any security device

salary (noun)
form plural: salaries
periodic wage paid to someone for work; pay

sale (noun)
form plural: sales
commercial transaction; instance of offering goods at a reduced price; demand for merchandise; auction

sales (noun)
form: only plural
marketing; activities associated with selling a product or service

salient (adjective)
conspicuous; bulging outward; protruding; remarkable; noticeable

salient (noun)
form plural: salients
angle that points outward

salvage (noun)
form plural: salvages
act of rescuing; rescued items

salvage (verb)
forms: salvaged; salvaged; salvaging
to save from destruction; to rescue

sample (noun)
form plural: samples
specimen; small part of something; representative part of a larger group

sample (verb)
forms: sampled; sampled; sampling
to take a small portion of something as a specimen

sanitary (adjective)
hygienic; clean; healthy

satisfaction (noun)
form plural: satisfactions
gratification of a need; remuneration; fulfillment

satisfy (verb)
forms: satisfied; satisfied; satisfying
to fulfill; to meet a request or requirement; to compensate; to remunerate

save (noun)
form plural: saves
action or instance in which the ball or puck is prevented from entering the goal

save (preposition)
except; besides; but

savvy (adjective)
experienced; knowledgeable (Slang)

savvy (noun)
form: no plural
understanding; wisdom; intelligence (Slang)

saw (noun)
form plural: saws
tool for cutting consisting of a toothed blade; saying; maxim; proverb

saw (verb)
forms: sawed; sawn; sawing
to cut with a toothed blade

scale (noun)
form plural: scales
progression of steps; table of graduated rates; system of marks used for measuring

scale (verb)
forms: scaled; scaled; scaling
to climb; to ascend; to weigh; to do according to a particular ratio

scan (noun)
form plural: scans
close examination; scrutinizing look

scan (verb)
forms: scanned; scanned; scanning
to convert an object or image into a digital image using an optical device to browse

scanner (noun)
form plural: scanners
peripheral device used to convert objects or images into digital images (Computers)

scatterbrained (adjective)
unable to think in a clear and orderly manner; giddy or frivolous

scene (noun)
form plural: scenes
place where an event occurs; vista; view

scenery (noun)
form plural: sceneries
view; vista; panorama; set; backdrop used on stage to portray a particular setting or locale

schedule (noun)
form plural: schedules
timetable; agenda; itinerary; plan

schedule (verb)
forms: scheduled; scheduled; scheduling
to create a timetable; to enter into a timetable; to plan for a certain date

science (noun)
form plural: sciences
system of knowledge gained by research; specific field of systematic knowledge; skill; proficiency

scope (noun)
form plural: scopes
range; extent; sphere; expanse

score (noun)
form plural: scores
group of twenty items; debt; account; bill; grade on a test

score (verb)
forms: scored; scored; scoring
to gain; to obtain; to earn a point (in a game, etc.); to tally; to grade a test

scramble (noun)
form plural: scrambles
climb over rough terrain; struggle for possession; disorderly or chaotic proceeding

scramble (verb)
forms: scrambled; scrambled; scrambling
to jumble; to mix together confusedly; to clamber; to climb on all fours

scratch (noun)
form plural: scratches
abrasion; cut; score of zero; cash; money (Slang)

scratch (verb)
forms: scratched; scratched; scratching
to rub; to achieve or obtain with difficulty; to delete; to cross out

screen (noun)
form plural: screens
part of a television or computer monitor where the picture is displayed

screen (verb)
forms: screened; screened; screening
to cover with a curtain; to filter; to sift; to hide; to conceal; to separate

scrupulous (adjective)
moral; adhering to ethical principles; precise; strict; exact

scrutinize (verb)
forms: scrutinized; scrutinized; scrutinizing
to examine; to investigate; to check closely; to inspect

seamlessly (adverb)
smoothly; continuously; inconspicuously

search (noun)
form plural: searches
quest; hunt; instance of looking for something; investigation; examination

search (verb)
forms: searched; searched; searching
to hunt for; to look for; to investigate; to examine

season (noun)
form plural: seasons
one of the four quarters of the year (winter, spring, summer, autumn)

season (verb)
forms: seasoned; seasoned; seasoning
to spice; to flavor; to accustom; to acclimatize; to become experienced

second (adjective)
next after the first; alternate; other; additional; subordinate; having a lower rank

second (verb)
forms: seconded; seconded; seconding
to support a proposal or statement; to endorse; to approve; to help; to assist

secret (adjective)
classified; confidential; clandestine; covert; hidden; latent

secret (noun)
form plural: secrets
information that is confidential or classified; mystery; unexplained phenomenon

section (noun)
form plural: sections
part; district; paragraph; passage; department; unit

section (verb)
forms: sectioned; sectioned; sectioning
to divide; to split

secure (adjective)
safe; protected; strong; stable; confident

secure (verb)
forms: secured; secured; securing
to obtain; to protect; to defend; to strengthen

security (noun)
form plural: securities
safety; pledge; guarantee; stock; bond

seek (verb)
forms: sought; sought; seeking
to go in search of; to look for; to search for; to request

seem (verb)
forms: seemed; seemed; seeming
to appear to be; to look like; to give the impression of; to have the appearance of

segment (noun)
form plural: segments
part; portion; slice; piece

segment (verb)
forms: segmented; segmented; segmenting
to partition; to be partitioned

select (adjective)
chosen; picked out; choice; superior; prime; picky

select (verb)
forms: selected; selected; selecting
to choose; to pick out

selection (noun)
form plural: selections
choice; assortment; collection of items available to choose

self-employed (adjective)
independent; independent contractor; business owner; person who is not a hired laborer

semester (noun)
form plural: semesters
one of the two periods of an academic year (usually 15-18 weeks)

seminar (noun)
form plural: seminars
educational meeting; training session

senior (adjective)
older; elder; having a higher rank; aged

senior (noun)
form plural: seniors
person of higher rank; older person; elder

sense (noun)
form plural: senses
any of the five faculties of perception; perception; recognition; awareness

sense (verb)
forms: sensed; sensed; sensing
to feel; to perceive; to apprehend; to understand

sensible (adjective)
rational; reasonable; wise; judicious; cognizant; aware

sensitive (adjective)
having the capacity for feeling; susceptible to external influences or agents

separate (adjective)
detached; disconnected; distinct; set apart

separate (verb)
forms: separated; separated; separating
to segregate; to set apart; to split; to divide; to disconnect

sequence (noun)
form plural: sequences
progression; succession; order; arrangement

series (noun)
form: only plural
sequence; succession; television program broadcast in installments

serious (adjective)
solemn; acute; critical; requiring much consideration; humorless; grim

serve (noun)
form plural: serves
opening stroke or hit of the ball (Sports)

serve (verb)
forms: served; served; serving
to tend to; to attend; to work; to perform a duty or task

service (adjective)
useful; providing assistance; repairing; performing maintenance tasks

service (noun)
form plural: services
act of providing; act of offering; work; labor; function; role; offer

session (noun)
form plural: sessions
meeting; assembly; term; semester

set (adjective)
fixed; arranged; prepared; resolute; firmly resolved; determined in advance

set (noun)
form plural: sets
system; group of items; collection; posture; carriage; series; sequence

set out (verb)
forms: set out; set out; setting out
to display; to undertake; to attempt; to begin a journey; to arrange

set up (verb)
forms: set up; set up; setting up
to establish; to start; to found; to being; to raise

setback (noun)
form plural: setbacks
obstacle; misfortune; something which hinders progress

setup (noun)
form plural: setups
arrangement; structure; organization; hoax; configuration of hardware or software (Computers)

several (adjective)
some; few; separate; distinct; individual; various

severe (adjective)
serious; grave; acute; difficult; rigorous; harsh; strict

severely (adverb)
seriously; gravely; acutely; critically

shape (noun)
form plural: shapes
form; model; image; condition; fitness; mold

shape (verb)
forms: shaped; shaped; shaping
to design; to mold; to form; to direct; to be formed

share (noun)
form plural: shares
part; portion; quota; allocation; issue of stock

share (verb)
forms: shared; shared; sharing
to divide; to apportion; to receive a portion; to participate

shareholder (noun)
form plural: shareholders
person or organization that owns part of a company

sharp (adjective)
having a thin edge intended for cutting; sudden; clear; smart

sharp (noun)
form: no plural
sewing needle; swindler; cheater; professional gambler

shelf (noun)
form plural: shelves
a support that consists of a horizontal surface for holding objects; projection; rock ledge; sandbank

ship (noun)
form plural: ships
large vessel made for sailing on the sea; aircraft; spacecraft

ship (verb)
forms: shipped; shipped; shipping
to send; to dispatch; to transport (by airplane, truck, etc.); to embark

shipment (noun)
form plural: shipments
sending of cargo or freight

shipping (noun)
form plural: shippings
business of sending or transporting cargo; sea voyage (Archaic)

shipyard (noun)
form plural: shipyards
place where vessels are built and repaired

shop (noun)
form plural: shops
small retail store; studio; business; office; outlet

shop (verb)
forms: shopped; shopped; shopping
to visit a store and purchase goods; to browse in a store; to inform on; to betray (British Slang)

shortage (noun)
form plural: shortages
lack; scarcity; deficit; deficiency

should (verb)
form: modal verb
must (indicating duty or obligation); would (softening the statement)

shredder (noun)
form plural: shredders
device used to destroy documents by cutting them into small strips or pieces

shrewdness (noun)
form: no plural
intelligence; ability to think in a clever manner

sick (adjective)
ill; nauseous; feeling the need to vomit; disgusted; fed up

sight (noun)
form plural: sights
vision; ability to see; look; glimpse; spectacle

sight (verb)
forms: sighted; sighted; sighting
to see with the eyes; to view; to notice; to discern; to observe

sign (noun)
form plural: signs
mark; symbol; indication; hint; trace; notice; advertisement

sign (verb)
forms: signed; signed; signing
to mark; to indicate; to write one’s name

significance (noun)
form: no plural
meaning; sense; quality of having meaning

significant (adjective)
important; consequential; meaningful; having meaning; of a considerable amount

signification (noun)
form plural: significations
meaning; sense; importance; consequence; act of pointing out

signify (verb)
forms: signified; signified; signifying
to represent; to indicate; to communicate; to express; to convey

similar (adjective)
alike; having common qualities; comparable

simple (adjective)
easy; uncomplicated; modest; ordinary; plain

simple (noun)
form plural: simples
stupid person substance unmixed with other substances; commoner

simulate (verb)
forms: simulated; simulated; simulating
to copy; to pretend; to fake

simulation (noun)
form plural: simulations
act of pretending; counterfeit; imitation of the operation or features of one system using an other system

sincere (adjective)
honest; truthful; frank; straightforward; genuine; earnest

sincerely (adverb)
honestly; genuinely; earnestly; faithfully

sink (noun)
form plural: sinks
wash basin; sewer; drain; cesspool; place where criminals gather

sink (verb)
forms: sunk; sunk; sinking
to submerge; to fall down below the surface (especially in water)

site (noun)
form plural: sites
place; location; area

site (verb)
forms: sited; sited; siting
to locate

situation (noun)
form plural: situations
condition; circumstance; location; position; job; place of employment

size (noun)
form plural: sizes
spatial dimension; measurement; extent; degree

size (verb)
forms: sized; sized; sizing
to arrange according to dimension

skill (noun)
form plural: skills
ability; aptitude; proficiency; expertise; craft or trade that requires special training

skim (noun)
form: no plural
a thin layer covering the surface of a liquid; film; thin layer

skim (verb)
forms: skimmed; skimmed; skimming
read superficially; to cause an object to skip across the surface of a liquid

skirting (noun)
form: no plural
act of going around; avoidance; evasion

slander (noun)
form: no plural
false and injurious statements made about another; defamation; calumny

slander (verb)
forms: slandered; slandered; slandering
to make false and injurious statements about another; to defame; to vilify; to malign

slantwise (adjective)
sloping; inclined

slantwise (adverb)
at an angle; obliquely; in a slanting direction

slash (noun)
form plural: slashes
punctuation mark in the form of a diagonal line (/); reduction; decrease

slash (verb)
forms: slashed; slashed; slashing
to cut with a sharp quick stroke; to reduce; to lower; to criticize strongly

slice (noun)
form plural: slices
thin piece cut from a larger object; portion; share

slice (verb)
forms: sliced; sliced; slicing
to cut into portions; to cleave

slip (noun)
form plural: slips
slide; stumble; mistake; blunder; error

slip (verb)
forms: slipped; slipped; slipping
to glide; to sneak; to slide; to decline; to deteriorate; to make a mistake

slogan (noun)
form plural: slogans
motto; catchword; attention getting phrase used in advertising

slope (noun)
form plural: slopes
side of a hill; incline; upward or downward slant; degree to which a surface deviates from the vertical

slope (verb)
forms: sloped; sloped; sloping
to incline; to slant upward or downward; to cause to tilt

slot (noun)
form plural: slots
notch; narrow opening; place; position (within a system, etc.)

slot (verb)
forms: slotted; slotted; slotting
to notch; to groove; to assign to a place or position (in an organization, system, etc.)

slump (noun)
form plural: slumps
recession; sudden decrease; drooping posture; slouch; collapse

slump (verb)
forms: slumped; slumped; slumping
to collapse; to decline; to decrease; to deteriorate; to settle

small (adjective)
little; few in number; trivial; unimportant; modest

small (adverb)
softly; in a low voice; without strength or force; weakly; into little pieces

smart (adjective)
intelligent; clever; shrewd; lively; fashionable; stylish

smart (noun)
form plural: smarts
sharp stinging pain

smoothly (adverb)
gently; without roughness or projections; evenly; calmly

sneakers (noun)
form plural: sneakers
sports shoe; one who moves about stealthily; one who acts furtively

soar (verb)
forms: soared; soared; soaring
to glide; to fly upward; to ascend; to increase; to rise

society (adjective)
of or pertaining to the upper class

society (noun)
form plural: societies
association; organization; community; rich upper class; fellowship; companionship

software (noun)
form: no plural
programs which control the functions of a computer’s hardware

solace (noun)
form plural: solaces
consolation; relief from distress; source of comfort

solace (verb)
forms: solaced; solaced; solacing
to comfort; to console; to encourage; to relieve; to appease

solely (adverb)
only; exclusively; merely

solicit (verb)
forms: solicited; solicited; soliciting
to try and obtain something through persuasion or earnest requests

solve (verb)
forms: solved; solved; solving
to find the answer to; to explain

somber (adjective)
gloomy; dark; depressing; sad; mournful

sophisticated (adjective)
refined; cultured; complex; intricate; complicated

sort (noun)
form plural: sorts
type; kind; character; manner; quality

sort (verb)
forms: sorted; sorted; sorting
to classify; to organize; to separate from others; to clarify

sound (adjective)
whole; healthy; in good condition; sane; firm; valid

sound (noun)
form plural: sounds
vibrations that can be detected by the human ear; noise; vocal utterance

source (noun)
form plural: sources
origin; starting point

source (verb)
forms: sourced; sourced; spacing
to originate from; to reveal the origin of something; to obtain from a particular supplier

space (noun)
form plural: spaces
universe; empty area; gap; area; interval

space (verb)
forms: spaced; spaced; spacing
to set some distance apart

span (noun)
form plural: spans
length; distance; duration; period of time

span (verb)
forms: spanned; spanned; spanning
to extend across; to stretch from one point another; to bridge

special (adjective)
unusual; exceptional; unique; particular; highly valued

special (noun)
form plural: specials
reduced price; sale on particular items; extra newspaper edition

specialize (verb)
forms: specialized; specialized; specializing
to devote oneself to a particular profession or field of study; to limit

specialty (noun)
form plural: specialties
distinguishing mark; unique ability; area of expertise

specification (noun)
form plural: specifications
item or detail included in a description of requirements or plans

specify (verb)
forms: specified; specified; specifying
to indicate; to itemize; to mark; to designate; to stipulate

speech (noun)
form plural: speeches
speaking ability; something that is communicated orally

speed (noun)
form plural: speeds
quickness; velocity; transmission gear in a motor vehicle

speed (verb)
forms: sped; sped; speeding
to accelerate; to cause to move quickly; to expedite; to further; to hurry

spend (verb)
forms: spent; spent; spending
to expend; to disburse; to put out (money, resources, etc.)

splendid (adjective)
wonderful; excellent; marvelous; grand; elegant; magnificent

sponsor (noun)
form plural: sponsors
one who donates money; person or organization that promotes or supports (an event, program, candidate, etc.)

sponsor (verb)
forms: sponsored; sponsored; sponsoring
to back; to support; to finance; to subsidize; to promote

sporadic (adjective)
irregular; fitful; occasional; infrequent

spot (adjective)
made or done immediately; paid at once; performed randomly

spot (noun)
form plural: spots
roundish stain; speck; place; awkward or difficult situation; predicament

spread (noun)
form plural: spreads
expansion; growth; range; story or advertisement that covers two pages

spread (verb)
forms: spread; spread; spreading
to open; to extend; to apply a layer on; to scatter; to distribute

spy (noun)
form plural: spies
secret agent; person who secretly investigates and gathers information about other people

spy (verb)
forms: spied; spied; spying
to provide secret information about another country; to examine

square (adjective)
having four equal sides enclosing four equal angles

square (noun)
form plural: squares
geometric figure having four equal sides; plaza

stable (adjective)
steady; firm; lasting; dependable; faithful

stable (noun)
form plural: stables
structure in which horses and other animals are housed

stack (noun)
form plural: stacks
heap; tall bookshelf; chimney

stack (verb)
forms: stacked; stacked; stacking
to place one thing on top of another in a heap; to pile

staff (noun)
form plural: staffs
employees working in an organization; personnel; crew; team

staff (verb)
forms: staffed; staffed; staffing
to employ a group of workers; to provide with employees; to man

stage (noun)
form plural: stages
raised platform; resting place on a journey; phase

stage (verb)
forms: staged; staged; staging
to perform; to present; to carry out; to execute

stake (noun)
form plural: stakes
wager; bet; investment; share

stake (verb)
forms: staked; staked; staking
to risk; to gamble; to finance; to underwrite

stall (noun)
form plural: stalls
stand; booth; pen; pretext to delay

stall (verb)
forms: stalled; stalled; stalling
to put into a stable; to delay; to check the progress of

stance (noun)
form plural: stances
physical position or bearing; opinion; attitude

stand out (verb)
forms: stood out; stood out; standing out
to be conspicuous; to be noticeable; to project; to protrude

standard (adjective)
serving as a model; normal; regular; typical; widely accepted

standard (noun)
form plural: standards
model; criterion; norm; average; commodity which backs a monetary system

standpoint (noun)
form plural: standpoints
outlook; perspective; view; opinion; attitude

staple (adjective)
essential; regularly used; primary; principal; main (of goods or products)

staple (noun)
form plural: staples
metal clip for binding papers; essential element

state (adjective)
governmental; bureaucratic; majestic; dignified

state (noun)
form plural: states
condition; phase; mood; splendor; nation

statement (noun)
form plural: statements
declaration; allegation; official account

station (noun)
form plural: stations position; place where a person or thing is usually found; headquarters; broadcast frequency

station (verb)
forms: stationed; stationed; stationing
to assign to a particular post or position; to appoint

stationary (adjective)
still; fixed in place; static; settled; tending to stay in one place

stationery (noun)
form plural: stationeries
paper used for writing letters

statistics (noun)
form: only plural
organization and interpretation of numerical data

status (noun)
form plural: statuses
individual’s social or professional standing; position; rank; present situation

stay (noun)
form plural: stays
act of halting; visit; temporary residence; suspension of a legal proceeding

stay (verb)
forms: stayed; stayed; staying
to visit; to spend time in a place; to remain temporarily; to lodge

steadfast (adjective)
loyal; faithful; unchanging

stem (noun)
form plural: stems
central stalk of a plant; petiole

stem (verb)
forms: stemmed; stemmed; stemming
to arise; to come from; to originate; to stop; to check

step (noun)
form plural: steps
movement made by lifting the foot and setting it down in another place; stair; stage in a process

step (preffix)
related to by the remarriage of a parent and not by blood

sternly (adverb)
strictly; firmly

still (adjective)
quiet; tranquil; calm; motionless

still (noun)
form plural: stills
silence; quiet; photograph

stipendiary (adjective)
receiving of a regular or fixed payment

stipulate (verb)
forms: stipulated; stipulated; stipulating
to require that certain conditions be met before the signing of a contract; to specify; to require

stock (adjective)
available on a regular basis; employed to handle merchandise or goods

stock (noun)
form plural: stocks
supply of goods; inventory; share; company’s capital divided into shares

stop (noun)
form plural: stops
cessation; end; visit; obstacle; hindrance

stop (verb)
forms: stopped; stopped; stopping
to halt; to cease; to quit; to close; to block; to impede

store (noun)
form plural: stores
shop; place where merchandise is sold; supply of goods or materials set aside for future use

store (verb)
forms: stored; stored; storing
to amass; to accumulate; to supply; to equip

story (noun)
form plural: stories
true or fictional account of some occurrence; short work of fiction; plot; news report

straight (adjective)
having no curves or bends; frank; continuous; honest; consistent

straight (noun)
form plural: straights
line that is not curved; section that is not curved

straightforward (adjective)
frank; candid; sincere; honest; simple; uncomplicated

strap (verb)
forms: strapped; strapped; strapping
to tie with a narrow piece of leather; to lash

strategy (noun)
form plural: strategies
plans or methods created for the purpose of achieving a goal

streamline (noun)
form plural: streamlines
path along which a fluid flows; direction in which a particle flows; aerodynamic shape

streamline (verb)
forms: streamlined; streamlined; streamlining
to make more efficient; to organize; to simplify

strength (noun)
form plural: strengths
durability; determination; resolve; power; intensity; force

strengthen (verb)
forms: strengthened; strengthened; strengthening
to make strong; to fortify; to reinforce; to toughen

stress (noun)
form plural: stresses
emphasis; importance; accent; strain; tension; pressure

stress (verb)
forms: stressed; stressed; stressing
to emphasize; to accentuate

stretch (verb)
forms: stretched; stretched; stretching
to extend; to elongate; to reach out; to pull; to strain

strike (noun)
form plural: strikes
temporary work stoppage; good luck; discovery of natural resources

strike (verb)
forms: struck; stricken; striking
to temporarily cease working as a protest; to impress

striped (adjective)
marked with narrow bands of contrasting color or texture

strive (verb)
forms: strove; striven; striving
to endeavor; to try hard; to compete; to struggle; to resist

structure (noun)
form plural: structures
building; something created from a number of interconnecting parts

structure (verb)
forms: structured; structured; structuring
to organize; to arrange; to give form to

study (noun)
form plural: studies
learning; field of learning; thorough investigation; report; analysis

study (verb)
forms: studied; studied; studying
to learn; to ponder; to examine; to investigate; to memorize

style (noun)
form plural: styles
manner; way; fashion; chic; vogue

style (verb)
forms: styled; styled; styling
to plan; to design; to name; to call

subject (adjective)
under the rule of; subordinate; exposed to; liable to; conditional

subject (noun)
form plural: subjects
topic; branch of studies; major; citizen; motive

subjectively (adverb)
based on individual thoughts and feelings

submit (verb)
forms: submitted; submitted; submitting
to give in; to surrender; to yield; to present; to propose

subordinate (adjective)
inferior; of secondary importance; under the authority of another

subordinate (noun)
form plural: subordinates
one who is subservient; someone under the authority of another

subscribe (verb)
forms: subscribed; subscribed; subscribing
to endorse; to donate; to contribute; to pledge; to support; to approve

subscription (noun)
form plural: subscriptions
payment given for regularly scheduled performances or publications

subside (verb)
forms: subsided; subsided; subsiding
to descend; to decline; to abate; to lessen

subsidiary (adjective)
supplementary; auxiliary; secondary; lesser in importance

subsidiary (noun)
form plural: subsidiaries
company that is owned or controlled by another company

subsidize (verb)
forms: subsidized; subsidized; subsidizing
to provide financial assistance

subsidy (noun)
form plural: subsidies
financial assistance

substantial (adjective)
firm; wealthy; influential; important; considerable

substantiate (verb)
forms: substantiated; substantiated; substantiated
to prove; to verify; to confirm; to actualize

substantive (adjective)
existing independently; real; tangible

substantive (noun)
form plural: substantives
word or phrase functioning as a noun

substitute (adjective)
acting as a replacement

substitute (noun)
form plural: substitutes
replacement; person or thing that takes the place of another

subtract (verb)
forms: subtracted; subtracted; subtracting
to take away part of a whole; to remove; to deduct

succeed (verb)
forms: succeeded; succeeded; succeeding
to prosper; to achieve; to attain; to follow; to inherit

success (noun)
form plural: successes
attainment of something desired or attempted; accomplishment; prosperity

succinct (adjective)
stated briefly but clearly; clear and concise; short and to the point

sufficient (adjective)
enough; adequate

suggest (verb)
forms: suggested; suggested; suggesting
to propose; to mention; to imply; to hint; to evoke

suggestion (noun)
form plural: suggestions
proposal; recommendation; insinuation; hint

suit (noun)
form plural: suits
matching outfit consisting of a jacket and trousers or a skirt; request; courtship

suit (verb)
forms: suited; suited; suiting
to fit; to match; to satisfy; to please; to clothe

suitcase (noun)
form plural: suitcases
rectangular traveling bag; valise

suite (noun)
form plural: suites
group of things that together form a set; group of attendants

sum (noun)
form plural: sums
whole amount; entire quantity; essence; gist

sum (verb)
forms: summed; summed; summing
to add

summarize (verb)
forms: summarized; summarized; summarizing
to present in a condensed form; to list the main points in a brief and comprehensive manner

superb (adjective)
excellent; wonderful; splendid; magnificent

superfluous (adjective)
being more than is needed; excessive; unnecessary

superior (adjective)
higher in rank or position; above average; exceptional

superior (noun)
form plural: superiors
one who is higher than another in rank or position

supervise (verb)
forms: supervised; supervised; supervising
to oversee; to administer; to direct; to manage; to watch over

supervisor (noun)
form plural: supervisors
overseer; director; manager

supervisory (adjective)
managerial; overseeing

supplement (noun)
form plural: supplements
something which makes up for a deficiency; addition; extra added part

supplement (verb)
forms: supplemented; supplemented; supplementing
to make up for a deficiency; to add on to

supplementary (adjective)
additional; extra

supplier (noun)
form plural: suppliers
provider

supply (noun)
form plural: supplies
act of providing; provision; reserve; stock

supply (verb)
forms: supplied; supplied; supplying
to furnish; to equip; to make up for; to compensate for; to substitute for temporarily

support (noun)
form plural: supports
prop; brace; economic assistance; upkeep; encouragement; aid

support (verb)
forms: supported; supported; supporting
to carry; to encourage; to assist financially; to substantiate

supportive (adjective)
providing assistance

suppose (verb)
forms: supposed; supposed; supposing
to presume to be true; to hypothesize; to believe

surely (adverb)
confidently; certainly; without a doubt; yes; of course

surface (adjective)
external

surface (noun)
form plural: surfaces
exterior or upper boundary of a thing; external part or layer; outward appearance

surmise (verb)
forms: surmised; surmised; surmising
to infer; to conjecture; to guess; to presume

surplus (noun)
form plural: surpluses
profit; amount of assets that is higher than liabilities

surprise (noun)
form plural: surprises
astonishment; something which startles or astonishes; unexpected event

surprise (verb)
forms: surprised; surprised; surprising
to startle; to astonish; to ambush

surveillance (noun)
form: no plural
careful observation of a person or group

survey (noun)
form plural: surveys
review; overview; statistical study

survey (verb)
forms: surveyed; surveyed; surveying
to look over; to observe; to examine carefully; to study

survive (verb)
forms: survived; survived; surviving
to outlive; to remain in use; to outlast; to endure; to withstand

susceptible (adjective)
vulnerable; prone; impressionable

suspect (adjective)
doubtful; dubious

suspend (verb)
forms: suspended; suspended; suspending
to hang; to postpone; to defer; to expel

sustain (verb)
forms: sustained; sustained; sustaining
to support; to provide for; to finance; to assist; to encourage

swap (noun)
form plural: swaps
exchange; trade

swap (verb)
forms: swapped; swapped; swapping
to exchange one thing for another; to trade; to barter

sway (noun)
form plural: sways
moving back and forth; influence; control; authority

sway (verb)
forms: swayed; swayed; swaying
to move back and forth; to lean in a certain direction; to be sympathetic to; to hesitate

sweater (noun)
form plural: sweaters
pullover; employer who underpays his employees

swift (adjective)
fast; immediate; prompt; smart

swift (noun)
form plural: swifts
financial industry owned cooperative supplying secure, standardized messaging services to financial institutions

switch (noun)
form plural: switches
exchange; transfer; device

switch (verb)
forms: switched; switched; switching
to change; to shift; to exchange; to trade; to turn on or off

switchboard (noun)
form plural: switchboards
panel containing buttons for connecting and disconnecting telephone or electrical circuits

sympathy (noun)
form plural: sympathies
affinity; compassion; pity; concern; empathy

symposium (noun)
form plural: symposiums
meeting or conference at which a specific topic is discussed

synthesis (noun)
form plural: syntheses
combining of separate elements into a complete whole

system (noun)
form plural: systems
combination of related things or parts that form a complex whole

systematically (adverb)
methodically; in an organized fashion


table (noun)
form plural: tables
list of information arranged in columns and rows; chart; flat surface

table (verb)
forms: tabled; tabled; tabling
to enter information into a chart; to postpone; to set aside for future consideration

tackle (noun)
form plural: tackles
equipment; device for lifting and lowering objects

tackle (verb)
forms: tackled; tackled; tackling
to deal with; to stop; to undertake; to set about

tailor (noun)
form plural: tailors
one who makes or alters garments

tailor (verb)
forms: tailored; tailored; tailoring
to create or adapt for a particular need or desire

take (noun)
form plural: takes
amount collected at one time; income; proceeds; profits (Informal)

take (verb)
forms: took; taken; taking
to seize; to capture; to possess; to contract

take over (verb)
forms: took over; taken over; taking over
to capture; to assume control

takeover (noun)
form plural: takeovers
act of assuming control of something (as in a government or business)

talk (noun)
form plural: talks
conversation; speech; lecture; meeting

talk (verb)
forms: talked; talked; talking
to converse; to speak; to spread rumors; to lecture; to reveal secret information

talkative (adjective)
chatty; loquacioustall (adjective)
having a specified height; difficult to believe; exaggerated; challenging

tantalizing (verb)
forms: tantalized; tantalized; tantalizing
to tempt or tease by presenting something as available and then withholding it

tantamount (adjective)
equivalent to; equal to

target (noun)
form plural: targets
mark; objective; aim; object; goal

target (verb)
forms: targeted; targeted; targeting
to aim at something

task (noun)
form plural: tasks
job; assignment; obligation; role

task (verb)
forms: tasked; tasked; tasking
to give assignments; to overburden; to strain

taste (noun)
form plural: tastes
perception of flavor; sense; reason

taste (verb)
forms: tasted; tasted; tasting
to check flavor by eating; to attempt; to try

tax (noun)
form plural: taxes
levy; fee

tax (verb)
forms: taxed; taxed; taxing
to impose a tariff; to impose a levy; to burden; to demand too much

technician (noun)
form plural: technicians
specialist in repairs of machinery and appliances

technique (noun)
form plural: techniques
method of performance

technology (noun)
form plural: technologies
sciences of the industrial arts; applied sciences

temper (noun)
form plural: tempers
disposition; mood

temper (verb)
forms: tempered; tempered; tempering
to moderate; to soften; to tone down; to toughen; to harden

temporary (adjective)
passing; brief

tenant (noun)
form plural: tenants
lodger; occupant; resident; renter; landlord

tenant (verb)
forms: tenanted; tenanted; tenanting
to rent; to inhabit; to occupy

tender (adjective)
gentle; soft; delicate

tender (noun)
form plural: tenders
bid; offer; overseer; supervisor

tense (adjective)
strained; taut; rigid; nervous; stressful

tense (noun)
form plural: tenses
inflection; verbal ‘time’

tension (noun)
form plural: tensions
tautness; strain; nervousness; agitation; apprehension

tentative (adjective)
experimental; trial; temporary; hesitant

tenure (noun)
form plural: tenures
strength; period; permanence

term (noun)
form plural: terms
word; expression; idiom; condition; stipulation

term (verb)
forms: termed; termed; terming
to name; to call; to designate

terminal (adjective)
end; closing; concluding; final; mortal

terminal (noun)
form plural: terminals
either end of a passenger line; bus or train station

terminology (noun)
form plural: terminologies
nomenclature; specific vocabulary

terrible (adjective)
awful

territory (noun)
form plural: territories
region; district; zone; area; domain

testify (verb)
forms: testified; testified; testifying
to bear witness; to declare under oath; to attest

testimonial (noun)
form plural: testimonials
letter of recommendation

thorough (adjective)
comprehensive; complete; finished

thoroughness (noun)
form: no plural
diligence; neatness

though (adverb)
anyway

though (conjunction)
despite; in spite of

thought (noun)
form plural: thoughts
idea; concept; product of the mind

thread (noun)
form plural: threads
string; thin cord; Internet discussion

thread (verb)
forms: threaded; threaded; threading
to pass something through an opening

threat (noun)
form plural: threats
expression of intent to damage or injure; intimidation; danger

thrive (verb)
forms: throve; thriven; thriving
to prosper; to flourish; to succeed

throughout (adverb)
in every; during

throughout (preposition)
in every part; at every point or moment

thus (adverb)
therefore; so

ticket (noun)
form plural: tickets
certificate; entry pass; tag

ticket (verb)
forms: ticketed; ticketed; ticketing
to label; to fine

tie (noun)
form plural: ties
rope; cord; link; connection; equal score in a game

tie (verb)
forms: tied; tied; tying
to bind; to fasten with a rope or cord

tight (adjective)
close-fitting; tense; narrow

tight (adverb)
in a close-fitting manner; firmly

time (noun)
form plural: times
period; era; hour; rate

timeliness (noun)
form: no plural
punctuality

title (noun)
form plural: titles
heading; caption; right; ownership; championship

title (verb)
forms: titled; titled; titling
to furnish with a caption or heading

token (adjective)
nominal; symbolic; perfunctory

token (noun)
form plural: tokens
symbol; sign; mark; remembrance

toll (noun)
form plural: tolls
tax; charge; levy; grievous price

tool (noun)
form plural: tools
apparatus; device

top (adjective)
highest; prime; leading

top (noun)
form plural: tops
summit; peak; head

topic (noun)
form plural: topics
theme; subject of conversation; issue

total (adjective)
entire; complete; absolute

total (noun)
form plural: totals
sum; whole

tour (noun)
form plural: tours
voyage; sightseeing excursion; trip; route

tour (verb)
forms: toured; toured; touring
to sightsee; to voyage; to travel

tow (noun)
form plural: tows
act of dragging or pulling with a rope or chain

tow (verb)
forms: towed; towed; towing
to pull; to drag

town (adjective)
of a city; local

town (noun)
form plural: towns
city

track (noun)
form plural: tracks
lane; path; signs; trails; channel

track (verb)
forms: tracked; tracked; tracking
to follow

trade (adjective)
commercial; of commerce

trade (noun)
form plural: trades
business; commerce; barter; occupation

tradition (noun)
form plural: traditions
custom; practice; convention

traditional (adjective)
customary

traffic (noun)
form: no plural
movement of vehicles or persons; trade; commerce; load of messages in a communications network

traffic (verb)
forms: trafficked; trafficked; trafficking
to deal in; to sell

trail (noun)
form plural: trails
track; footprints; path; way

trail (verb)
forms: trailed; trailed; trailing
to follow; to drag; to tow

transact (verb)
forms: transacted; transacted; transacting
to carry out; to conduct; to perform

transaction (noun)
form plural: transactions
negotiation; settlement; business deal

transcend (verb)
forms: transcended; transcended; transcending
to excel; to rise above

transcendent (adjective)
sublime; exalted; superior

transfer (noun)
form plural: transfers
exchange; conveying something from one person to another

transfer (verb)
forms: transferred; transferred; transferring
to convey; to relocate; to hand over; to pass on

trash (noun)
form plural: trashes
something discarded; rubbish; garbage; refuse; nonsense

trash (verb)
forms: trashed; trashed; trashing
to throw away; to discard; to destroy; to damage

travel (noun)
form plural: travels
movement; journeying

travel (verb)
forms: traveled; traveled; traveling
to go on a journey; to move; to go from one place to another

traveler (noun)
form plural: travelers
one who makes a journey

tray (noun)
form plural: trays
flat receptacle used to hold other items; platter

treasure (verb)
forms: treasured; treasured; treasuring
to put away for future use

treat (noun)
form plural: treats
delight; refreshment or entertainment given to its recipient without cost

treat (verb)
forms: treated; treated; treating
to relate to; to deal with; to process; to pay for

treatment (noun)
form plural: treatments
therapy; care; relation; attitude; behavior

treaty (noun)
form plural: treaties
formal agreement between two states; compact; covenant; contract

tremendous (adjective)
very great in numbers; huge; powerful

trespasser (noun)
form plural: trespassers
one who damages a person or his property or rights

trial (adjective)
experimental; exploratory; test; used as a sample

trial (noun)
form plural: trials
test; attempt; experiment; annoyance

triangle (noun)
form plural: triangles
shape having three sides and three corners; group of three

trivial (adjective)
trifling; unimportant; insignificant; minor

trouble (noun)
form plural: troubles
problem; misfortune; annoyance; cause of worry

trouble (verb)
forms: troubled; troubled; troubling
to worry; to cause concern; to annoy; to bother; to disturb

truly (adverb)
really; genuinely

trust (noun)
form plural: trusts
confidence; faith; credit; monopoly; several companies banded together in order to reduce competition

trust (verb)
forms: trusted; trusted; trusting
to rely on; to extend business credit

trustee (noun)
form plural: trustees
person granted legal custodianship over property not belonging to him

trustee (verb)
forms: trusteed; trusteed; trusteeing
to grant a person or persons legal custodianship over property not belonging to them

turnover (noun)
form plural: turnovers
gross revenues; total business done; rate of selling or producing

twice (adverb)
doubly


 

ultimately (adverb)
in the end; eventually

unable (adjective)
not capable

unauthorized (adjective)
unlicensed; forbidden; unlawful

unbiased (adjective)
impartial; equitable

uncertain (adjective)
doubtful; not reliable; ambiguous

uncertainty (noun)
form plural: uncertainties
doubtfulness

unconventional (adjective)
not standard; not ordinary

undercut (noun)
form plural: undercuts
type of beef tenderloin; type of cavity with a broad base

undercut (verb)
forms: undercut; undercut; undercutting
to offer at lower prices than the competition; to weaken; to undermine

underestimate (verb)
forms: underestimated; underestimated; underestimating
to assign too low a value to

underline (noun)
form plural: underlines
caption beneath an illustration

underline (verb)
forms: underlined; underlined; underlining
to emphasize

understatement (noun)
form plural: understatements
representing something less strongly than what the facts would justify

underway (adjective)
having begun a journey (especially of a sea vessel); initiated; in progress; under construction

unfair (adjective)
biased; dishonest

unforeseen (adjective)
not anticipated; not expected

unfortunately (adverb)
regrettably

unify (verb)
forms: unified; unified; unifying
to join; to cause to become one

union (noun)
form plural: unions
workers’ association; federation; amalgamation

unique (adjective)
singular; matchless; rare

uniqueness (noun)
form: no plural
singularity; individuality; incomparability

unit (noun)
form plural: units
specific quantity regarded as a standard; combination which acts a whole; piece

unjudged (adjective)
objective

unless (conjunction)
not before; precluding; barring; except; aside from

unlimited (adjective)
infinite; boundless

unlock (verb)
forms: unlocked; unlocked; unlocking
to open; to free from restraints; to release

unnecessary (adjective)
excessive; redundant; superfluous

unsanitary (adjective)
not healthful; not clean

unsatisfactory (adjective)
inadequate; disappointing; not good enough

until (conjunction)
up to the time which

until (preposition)
up to

unveil (verb)
forms: unveiled; unveiled; unveiling
to reveal; to uncover; to disclose

upcoming (adjective)
about to happen; imminent

update (noun)
form plural: updates
more current version of something

update (verb)
forms: updated; updated; updating
to modernize; to make current

upgrade (noun)
form plural: upgrades
the process of installing a newer and more powerful version of a software package or a piece of hardware

upgrade (verb)
forms: upgraded; upgraded; upgrading
to improve; to raise the quality of

upholstery (noun)
form plural: upholsteries
materials that are used to cushion and cover furniture (i.e. fabric, lining, padding, etc.)

upon (preposition)
on; atop

upwards (adverb)
to a higher level; more than; higher than

urban (adjective)
pertaining to a city; municipal urbanize (verb)
forms: urbanized; urbanized; urbanizing
to make into a city

urgent (adjective)
pressing; compelling; immediate; prompt use (noun)
form plural: uses
function; utilization; benefit; advantage; consumption

use (verb)
forms: used; used; using
to practice; to employ; to exploit; to treat; to consume

useful (adjective)
functional; practical; applicable

useless (adjective)
not functional; not practical

usual (adjective)
common; regular; ordinary

usually (adverb)
commonly; generally; regularly

utilization (noun)
form plural: utilizations
the proportion of available time that an item of equipment is operating

utilize (verb)
forms: utilized; utilized; utilizing
to put to practical use; to take advantage of


vacancy (noun)
form plural: vacancies
emptiness; available position; job opening

vacant (adjective)
empty; unfilled; unoccupied; lacking expression

vacation (noun)
form plural: vacations
holiday

vacation (verb)
forms: vacationed; vacationed; vacationing
to go on holiday

vaccinate (verb)
forms: vaccinated; vaccinated; vaccinating
to render insusceptible to a disease by inoculating

vaccination (noun)
form plural: vaccinations
act or instance of rendering insusceptible to disease by inoculating

vacillate (verb)
forms: vacillated; vacillated; vacillating
to fluctuate; to hesitate; to waver

valid (adjective)
legitimate; legally acceptable; not expired; logical; well-founded

validate (verb)
forms: validated; validated; validating
to confirm; to sanction; to legalize

valuable (adjective)
of great worth; costly; cherished; dear; important

valuable (noun)
form plural: valuables
something of great worth

value (noun)
form plural: values
monetary or material worth; importance; merit

value (verb)
forms: valued; valued; valuing
to esteem; to cherish; to assess; to estimate

van (noun)
form plural: vans
large closed vehicle used for transporting goods or people

variation (noun)
form plural: variations
degree of diversity; change; modified version; deviation

variety (noun)
form plural: varieties
assortment; kind; sort

various (adjective)
assorted; different; individual; several

vary (verb)
forms: varied; varied; varying
to alter; to change; to fluctuate

vast (adjective)
large; enormous; huge

vat (noun)
form plural: vats
large container; tank; tub

vegetable (noun)
form plural: vegetables
plant; edible fruit of a plant

vegetarian (noun)
form plural: vegetarians
one who does not eat meat; herbivore

vehicle (noun)
form plural: vehicles
means of transport (car, bus, etc.); instrument; means; medium

veil (noun)
form plural: veils
netting attached to a woman’s hat

veil (verb)
forms: veiled; veiled; veiling
to cover; to hide

vending machine (noun)
form plural: vending machines
automated device used for selling items

vendor (noun)
form plural: vendors
salesman; supplier; automatic machine for selling goods

venture (noun)
form plural: ventures
an undertaking that is dangerous, daring, or of uncertain outcome

venture (verb)
forms: ventured; ventured; venturing
to take a risk in order to achieve a goal

veracity (noun)
form: no plural
truthfulness; something that is a truth

verify (verb)
forms: verified; verified; verifying
to confirm the truth of something

versatile (adjective)
fulfilling many functions; multi-purpose; skilled to do many things

version (noun)
form plural: versions
particular form of something; variant; rendering; translation

vessel (noun)
form plural: vessels
large craft made for navigation on water; boat; ship; container

viable (adjective)
capable of living; having a reasonable chance of succeeding; practical

victim (noun)
form plural: victims
person who falls prey (to an attack, deception, etc.)

viewpoint (noun)
form plural: viewpoints
attitude; stance; opinion

vilify (verb)
forms: vilified; vilified; vilifying
to slander; to defame

violation (noun)
form plural: violations
transgression; desecration; attack or disruption; rape

virtual (adjective)
imaginary; hypothetical; computer simulated
virtual (noun)
form: no plural
computerized representation of an actual object

visibility (noun)
form plural: visibilities
quality of being clearly seen

visible (adjective)
in view; observable; obvious; apparent

visit (noun)
form plural: visits
temporary stay somewhere; instance of spending time with a person or group of people; inspection

visit (verb)
forms: visited; visited; visiting
to stay somewhere temporarily; to make an official inspection

visitor (noun)
form plural: visitors
guest; migrating bird

vital (adjective)
lively; vigorous; crucial; critical; necessary

vivid (adjective)
lively; bright; dazzling; clear; graphic

vocabulary (noun)
form plural: vocabularies
lexicon; list of words and their definitions in alphabetical order

voice (noun)
form plural: voices
sound produced in the throat; expression; language

voice (verb)
forms: voiced; voiced; voicing
to raise an opinion; to adjust the tone of

volunteer (noun)
form plural: volunteers
one who offers his services of his own free will or without pay

volunteer (verb)
forms: volunteered; volunteered; volunteering
to offer to do or give something for free; to propose

voucher (noun)
form plural: vouchers
certificate that bears monetary value; coupon; receipt; authorizer; endorser

voyage (noun)
form plural: voyages
trip; journey; travel; cruise

voyage (verb)
forms: voyaged; voyaged; voyaging
to take a cruise; to travel; to make a journey


wait (noun)
form plural: waits
staying where one is; expectation; ambush

wait (verb)
forms: waited; waited; waiting
to be ready or available; to work as an attendant; to postpone

waiter (noun)
form plural: waiters
one who serves tables at a restaurant or pub

waitress (noun)
form plural: waitresses
woman who serves tables in a restaurant or pub

wallet (noun)
form plural: wallets
small purse used to carry money and personal documents; billfold; handbag

wallpaper (noun)
form plural: wallpapers
picture or design used as a background for the other images in a graphical user interface

warehouse (noun)
form plural: warehouses
depot; wholesale store; large retail store

warehouse (verb)
forms: warehoused; warehoused; warehousing
to store in a large building

warning (adjective)
cautioning; giving advice about danger

warning (noun)
form plural: warnings
caution; advice about danger; advance notice

warranty (noun)
form plural: warranties
guarantee; authority; justification

waste (adjective)
leftover; unused; desolate; desert; destroyed

waste (noun)
form plural: wastes
misuse; loss; rubbish; garbage; sewage

watch (noun)
form plural: watches
small clock that is usually worn on the wrist; guarding; observation

watch (verb)
forms: watched; watched; watching
to see; to look; to pay attention; to supervise

waver (verb)
forms: wavered; wavered; wavering
to sway; to oscillate; to vacillate; to fluctuate

weak (adjective)
frail; feeble; faint; dilute; watery

weakness (noun)
form plural: weaknesses
drawback; disadvantage; defect; foible

wealth (noun)
form: no plural
richness; prosperity; capital; fortune; abundance

weapon (noun)
form plural: weapons
instrument for use in attack or defense in combat

weigh (verb)
forms: weighed; weighed; weighing
to consider; to be of a particular heaviness; to burden

weight (noun)
form plural: weights
heaviness; unit of mass; pressure; importance; influence

weight (verb)
forms: weighted; weighted; weighting
to load; to oppress; to burden; to regard; to esteem

whereas (conjunction)
since; inasmuch as; while; while on the contrary

whereas (noun)
form: no plural
this being the case; since (used in formal documents)

whether (conjunction)
if

whole (adjective)
complete; full; entire; healthy

whole (noun)
form plural: wholes
totality; completeness; entirety

widespread (adjective)
common; popular; extensive; prevalent

width (noun)
form plural: widths
breadth; thickness

will (noun)
form plural: wills
last testament listing inheritors of a dying person’s property

will (verb)
forms: willed; willed; willing
to want; to command; to determine; to decide

willingness (noun)
form: no plural
readiness; agreeableness

wire (adjective)
made of a thin flexible cord of metal

wire (noun)
form plural: wires
cord; line; string; telegraph cable

withdraw (verb)
forms: withdrew; withdrawn; withdrawing
to take money from the bank; to retire; to remove

within (preposition)
during

withstand (verb)
forms: withstood; withstood; withstanding
to bear; to endure

witness (noun)
form plural: witnesses
testifier; onlooker; bystander; testimony

witness (verb)
forms: witnessed; witnessed; witnessing
to look on; to see; to observe; to testify; to vouch for

wool (noun)
form plural: wools
fleece from some animals; frizzy hair

work (noun)
form plural: works
labor; task; profession; occupation; vocation; effort

work (verb)
forms: worked; worked; working
to labor; to act; to operate; to activate; to process

workshop (noun)
form plural: workshops
seminar; brief intensive educational program; discussion group

worry (noun)
form plural: worries
concern; fear; misfortune; distress

worry (verb)
forms: worried; worried; worrying
to be concerned; to harass; to advance through great effort

would (verb)
form: modal verb
helping verb for use in a question; request or expression of desire wrench (noun)
form plural: wrenches
violent twist; violent ripping; tool for gripping or turning bolts

wrench (verb)
forms: wrenched; wrenched; wrenching
to pull by force; to twist; to cut off; to distort; to pervert write off (verb)
forms: wrote off; written off; writing off
to disregard an outstanding debt (as of a customer)

wrong (noun)
form plural: wrongs
injustice; evil; bad; broken law; transgression

wrong (verb)
forms: wronged; wronged; wronging
to cause suffering to; to behave unjustly toward

wry (adjective)
distorted; crooked; twisted; askew


yearly (adjective)
occurring once within 12 months yearly (adverb)
annually

yet (adverb)
still; already; but; in spite of; although

yet (conjunction)
but; in spite of; despite

yield (noun)
form plural: yields
harvest; return; produce; income; profit

yield (verb)
forms: yielded; yielded; yielding
to produce; to supply; to bear (profit, harvest, fruit, etc.)


ZIP (noun)
form: no plural
extension of an archived file compressed with a special program; type of drive using removable disks


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