Exploring Transportation and Technology: Wordlist 16

Exploring Transportation and Technology: Wordlist 16

This Wordlist 16 is all about transportation and technology. The first term is "Deliver" which means to take goods, letters, parcels, etc. to people's

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Slide1Wordlist 16Segway into the Future

Slide21. Deliver (v.) Definition:    to take goods, letters, parcels, etc. to people's houses or places of work Synonym:  transport, distribute Example:  Mail is delivered to our office twice a day. Word Family: de·liv·er·er,  noun mis·de·liv·er,  verb (used with object) out·de·liv·er,  verb (used with object) pre·de·liv·er,  verb (used with object) un·de·liv·ered,  adjective

Slide32. Gear (n) Definition:   a device, often consisting of connecting sets of wheels with teeth (= points) around the edge, that controls how much power from an engine goes to the moving parts of a machine: Synonym:  cog, cogwheel Example:  Does your car have four or five gears? Word Family: gear·less,  adjective re·gear,  verb un·geared,  adjective well-geared,  adjective

Slide43. Response Definition:  an answer or reaction Synonym:  answer, reply Example: Responses to our advertisement have been disappointing. Word Family: re·sponse·less,  adjective coun·ter·re·sponse,  noun

Slide54. Inherent (adj.) Definition:    existing as a natural or basic part of something Synonym:  innate, built-in Example:  There are dangers/risks inherent in almost every sport. Word Family: in·her·ent·ly,  adverb non·in·her·ent,  adjective non·in·her·ent·ly,  adverb un·in·her·ent,  adjective un·in·her·ent·ly,  adverb

Slide65.  Lean (v.) Definition:   to (cause to) slope in one direction, or to move the top part of the body in a particular direction Synonym:  recline, bow Example: She leaned forward and whispered something in my ear. Word Family:

Slide76. Marvel (n.)Definition:  something that causes wonder, admiration, or astonishment Synonym:  wonder, miracle Example:  The new bridge is an engineering marvel. Word Family:

Slide87. Ordinary (adj.) Definition:   not different or special or unexpected in any way; usual Synonym:  usual, normal, standard Example:  Her last concert appearance in Britain was no ordinary (= a very special) performance. Word Family: or·di·nar·i·ness,  noun qua·si-or·di·nar·y,  adjective su·per·or·di·nar·y,  adjective un·or·di·nar·y,  adjective

Slide98. Patrol (v.) Definition:   (especially of soldiers or the police) to go around an area or a building to see if there is any trouble or danger Synonym:  guard, keep watch Example:  The whole town is patrolled by police because of the possibility of riots. Word Family: pa·trol·ler,  noun re·pa·trol,  verb (used with object),  re·pa·trolled, re·pa·trol·ling. un·pa·trolled,  adjective well-pa·trolled,  adjective

Slide109. Post (n) Definition:  a strong piece of timber, metal, or the like, set upright as a support, a point of attachment, a place for displaying notices, etc. Synonym:  pole, shaft Example:  The team’s net was a piece of string tied to two posts. Word Family: post·less, adverb post·like, adjective

Slide1110.  Primary (adj.) Definition:   more important than anything else; main Synonym:  main, chief Example:  The Red Cross's primary concern is to preserve and protect human life. Word Family: pri·ma·ri·ness, noun post·pri·ma·ry, adjective sub·pri·ma·ry, adjective

Slide1211. Realize (v.) Definition:    to understand a situation, sometimes suddenly Synonym:  perceive, understand Example:  They didn't realize the danger they were in. Word Family: re·al·iz·a·ble, adjective re·al·iz·a·bil·i·ty, re·al·iz·a·ble·ness, noun re·al·iz·a·bly, adverb re·al·iz·er, noun hy·per·re·al·ize, verb (used with object), hy·per·re·al·ized, hy·per·re·al·iz·ing.

Slide1312. Steering Wheel (n.) Definition:   a wheel in a vehicle that the driver turns in order to make the vehicle go in a particular direction Synonym: Example: Word Family: