Enlem ve Boylam 169 - English Vocabulary through Sentences

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Hello dear listeners, in this episode of Enlem ve Boylam I will be presenting some sentences and focusing on some words and phrases.

Dinlemek için: Enlem ve Boylam 169 (Eylül 2022)



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English Sentences

  1. How do you subsidize those programs?
    subsidizesupport (an organization or activity) financially.
  2. Tom had no inkling as to why his boss wanted to see him.
    inklinga slight knowledge or suspicion; a hint.
  3. You're one savvy negotiator.
    savvyshrewdness and practical knowledge; the ability to make good judgments
  4. Could you please summarize the pertinent points?
    pertinentadj. relevant, related; appropriate, fitting
  5. Do you think this is pertinent?
  6. That's a very pertinent question.
  7. Penguins often huddle together to keep warm.
    huddlev. crowd together, gather together; snuggle
  8. Tom paid the ultimate price.
    ultimateadj. final; extreme; fundamental
  9. Tom didn't think it would be appropriate for John to give Mary a pearl necklace.
    appropriatesuitable or proper in the circumstances.
  10. Was that word appropriate in that situation?
  11. You can't dodge bullets.
    dodgeavoid (someone or something) by a sudden quick movement.
  12. Don't dodge the question.
  13. The storm caused a power outage.
    outagea period when a power supply or other service is not available or when equipment is closed down.
  14. You're liable for the debt.
    liableresponsible by law; legally answerable.
  15. The task was daunting.
    dauntingseeming difficult to deal with in anticipation; intimidating.
  16. Don't be so condescending.
    condescendingtreating someone as if you are more important or more intelligent than them.
  17. Yeast is used in making bread.
  18. I still have bruises where the mule kicked me.
    bruisean injury or mark where the skin has not been broken but is darker in colour, often as a result of being hit by something.
  19. I had to swerve to avoid hitting a dog.
    swervechange or cause to change direction abruptly.
  20. I didn't mean to demean you.
    demeanv. humiliate, degrade


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