Wordlist 15 - Bionic People: Advocate

Wordlist 15 - Bionic People: Advocate

In this wordlist, the word "Advocate" is defined as publicly supporting or suggesting an idea, development or way of doing something. Its synonyms include prescribe and recommend.

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Slide1Wordlist 15Bionic People مرکز   مطالعات   و   توسعه   آموزش   علوم   پزشکی

Slide21. Advocate (v.)Definition:   to publicly support or suggest an idea, development, or way of doing something Synonym:  prescribe, recommend Example:  He advocates the return of capital punishment. Word Family: ad·vo·ca·tive,  adjective ad·vo·ca·tor,  noun non·ad·vo·cate,  noun pre·ad·vo·cate,  noun pre·ad·vo·cate,  verb (used with object),  pre·ad·vo·cat·ed, pre·ad·vo· cat·ing.

Slide32. Bionic (adj.)Definition:  using artificial materials and methods to produce activity or movement in a person or animal Synonym: Example:  The scientist used a bionic arm to examine the radioactive material. Word Family: bi·on·i·cal·ly,  adverb

Slide43. Discriminate (v.)Definition:  to treat a person or particular group of people differently, especially in a worse way from the way in which you treat other people, because of their skin colour, sex, sexuality, etc Synonym:  differentiate, distinguish Example:  She felt she had been discriminated against because of her age. Word Family: dis·crim·i·nate·ly,  adverb half-dis·crim·i·nat·ed,  adjective pre·dis·crim·i·nate,  verb (used with object),  pre·dis·crim·i·nat·ed, pre·d is·crim·i·nat·ing. un·dis·crim·i·nat·ed,  adjective

Slide54. Disproportionate (adj.)Definition:  too large or too small in comparison to something else, or not deserving its importance or influence Synonym:  not appropriate Example:  There are a disproportionate number of girls in the class. Word Family: dis·pro·por·tion·ate·ly,  adverb dis·pro·por·tion·ate·ness,  noun

Slide65. In Unison (Exp.)Definition:  acting or speaking together, or at the same time Synonym:  together Example:  "We want ice cream!" the children chanted in unison. Word Family:

Slide76. Isolate (v.)Definition:  to separate something or someone from other things or people with which they are joined or mixed, or to keep them separate Synonym:  separate, set apart Example:  He was isolated from all the other prisoners. Word Family: i·so·la·tor,  noun re·i·so·late,  verb (used with object),  re·i·so·lat·ed, re·i·so·lat·ing. un·i·so·late,  verb (used with object),  un·i·so·lat·ed, un·i·so·lat·ing .

Slide87. Lineman (n.)Definition: a person who installs or repairs telephone, telegraph, or ot her wires Synonym: Example:  he works as a lineman. Word Family:

Slide98. Rehabilitation (n.)Definition:   to return someone to a healthy or usual condition or way of living, or to return something to good condition Synonym:  regiment, therapy Example:  The aim is to rehabilitate the prisoners so that they can lead productive lives when they are released. Word Family: re·ha·bil·i·ta·tion,  noun re·ha·bil·i·ta·tive,  adjective re·ha·bil·i·ta·tor,  noun non·re·ha·bil·i·ta·tion,  noun non·re·ha·bil·i·ta·tive,  adjective

Slide109. Restriction (n.)Definition:  something that limits someone's actions or movement, or limits the amount, size, etc., of something Synonym:  limitation. constraint Example:  You can get a discount fare, but some restrictions (= rules about limits) apply. Word Family: non·re·stric·tion,  noun o·ver·re·stric·tion,  noun pre·re·stric·tion,  noun pro·re·stric·tion,  adjective self-re·stric·tion,  noun

Slide1110. Sensation (n.)Definition:    a feeling in your body resulting from something that happens or is done to it, or the ability to feel as the result of touch Synonym:  sense, feeling, consciousness Example:  He felt a sinking sensation in the pit of his stomach. Word Family: sen·sa·tion·less,  adjective non·sen·sa·tion,  noun re·sen·sa·tion,  noun sub·sen·sa·tion,  noun

Slide1211. Sum (n.)Definition: an indefinite amount or quantity, especially of money Synonym:  amount, quantity Example:  to lend small sums. Word Family: sum·less,  adjective sum·less·ness,  noun out·sum,  verb (used with object),  out·summed, out·sum·min g.

Slide1312. Undergo (v.)Definition:  to experience something that is unpleasant or has a strong effect Synonym:  engage, undertake Example:  He recently underwent heart bypass surgery. Word Family: un·der·go·er,  noun

Slide1413. Voluntary (adj.)Definition:  done, made, or given willingly, without being forced or paid to do it Synonym:  optional, elective Example:  Karyn leads after-school workshops that students attend on a voluntary basis. Word Family: vol·un·tar·i·ly,  adverb vol·un·tar·i·ness,  noun non·vol·un·tar·y,  adjective sem·i·vol·un·tar·y,  adjective un·vol·un·tar·i·ly,  adverb

Slide1514. Eventually (adv.)Definition:  happening at a later time or as a result at the end Synonym:  finally; ultimately Example:  Eventually we will own the house free and clear. Word Family:

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