Stems 43.2

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Stems 43.2
Stems 43.2
English 3
cise = cut
concise: (adj.)
expressing
much in few
words; clear
and succinct
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ex = out, without
expedite: (v.) to
speed up the
progress of; to
accomplish quickly
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7ys.jpg
infra = beneath
infrastructure: (n.)
the basic,
underlying
framework or
features of a
system or
organization
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-ism = doctrine,
condition of
altruism: (n.)
unselfish
concern for
the welfare of
others
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ages/altruism-1.jpg
ject = throw, send
trajectory: (n.)
the curve
described by a
projectile, rocket,
or the like in its
flight
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loqu = talk
colloquial: (adj.)
characteristic of
ordinary or familiar
conversation rather
than formal speech or
writing; informal
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nym = name
aptonym: (n.) a proper name that
aptly describes the occupation
of the person, especially by
coincidence
Examples: Nita House, a real estate agent
Bob Counts, an accountant
Sue Yoo, a lawyer
Jerry Frisk, a security guard
Peter Hammer, a hardware store clerk
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sub = under
subjugate: (v.) to
bring a people or
nation under the
control of another
nation; to bring under
control
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te-2.jpg
super = over
insuperable: (adj.)
incapable of being
surmounted,
overcome, or
passed over
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superable-2.jpg
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superable-1.jpg
trib = pay, give, assign
retribution: (n.)
retaliation,
punishment, or
revenge on someone
for doing a wrong, an
injury, etc.
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etribution-1.jpg

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