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Explore and discover

Module 8a

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T itanic (adj.)

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Meaning: Extremely powerful, strong, important or large Example: disaster of 1912.

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W reck (n)

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Meaning: A vehicle or ship that has been destroyed or badly damaged Example: The   shipwreck  was a harrowing experience.

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D ebris (n.)

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Meaning: Broken or torn into pieces of something large Example: Several more joined him to clear out  and the remains of a building.

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E rode (v.)

Meaning: To rub or be rubbed away gradually Example: Crashing waves have  eroded  the cliffs along the beach.

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P roclaim (v.)

Meaning: To announce something publicaly or officially, especially something positive Example: In order to win concert tickets, I needed to proclaim my love for the band

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P rominent (adj.)

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Meaning: Very well known and important Example : Among other  buildings are the court house, the post office and the city hall.

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F ruitful (adj.)

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Meaning: Producing good results Example: It wasn't a  day.

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Salvage (n.)

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Meaning: T o save goods from damage or destruction, especially from ship that has sunk or been damaged or a building that has benndamaged by fire or a flood. Example: It wasn't enough to salvage his mess, but it was a start.

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R elics (n.)

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Meaning: An object, tradition or system from the past which continues to exsist Example: of the saint are preserved here and at Brieg and Turin.

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M atter (n.)

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Meaning: Physical substance in the universe Example: They feared to spare him lest he should report the  to the king.

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M emorial (adj.)

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Meaning: An object, often large and made of stone, which has been built to honour a famous person or event. Exmaple : This statue is a  memorial  to a great statesman

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B atter (v.)

Meaning: to hit and behave violently towards a person, especially a woman or child, repeatedly over a long period of time, or to hit something with force many times Example: At the end of the 18th century Baba Mahommed tried in vain to  down the tomb with artillery.

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A rtifact (n.)

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Meaning: An object that is made by a person,such as a tool or a decoration, especially one that is of historical intrests Example: museum  to use to inspire their own work.

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D rag (v.)

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Meaning: To move something by pulling it along a surface, usually the ground Example:You can come with me quietly, or I can  you out of here.

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M icrobe (adj.)

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Meaning: A very small living thing, especially one which causes disease, and which is too small to see without microscope Example: The danger from this source is remote, as the  does not form spores within the animal body.

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I ntact (adj.)

Meaning: Complete and in the original state Example: She had tested her freedom and found it still  – to a degree.