immerse – имЁрс
verbto involve someone completely in an activity:She immersed herself wholly in her work.
To immerse something is also to put it completely under the surface of a liquid:Immerse the egg in boiling water.
Immersion – имЁжнThe course offers total immersion in English.
Inevitable - инЕвитбл
Adjectivecertain to happen: Accidents are the inevitable result of carelessness. \ The accident was the inevitable consequence/result/outcome of carelessness.
the inevitable – something that is certain to happen and cannot be prevented:Eventually the inevitable happened and he had a heart attack.
Inevitability – инЕватабилити
the inevitability of change
Inevitably adverb in a way that cannot be avoided:Their arguments inevitably end in tears.
humidity - хьюмИдити
the quality of being humid: (воздуха\климата)I don't like the humidity of this climate. The temperature is almost 80 degrees, and the humidity 35%.
Humid adjective - хъЮмид – (of air and weather conditions) containing extremelysmall drops of water in the air:New York is very hot and humid in the summer.a hot and humid climate
Humidifier – хумИдифаер a machine that makes air in a room less dry:We bought a humidifier for the office.
moist - мОист
slightly wet :moist blueberry muffis\ rich, moist soilСлегка влажный чаще в хорошем смысле (почва\предмет)Keep the soil in the pot moist, but not too wet. \ This cake is nice and moist!
moisture –мОистча very small drops of water, either in the air or on a surface:It was a clear day with little moisture in the air. These plants need a rich soil that retains moisture.
moisten – мОистен Moisten the shirts before ironing.
MoistnessThe onions give the chicken a faint sweetness and a delicious, distinctive moistness.
Moisturizer – мОистурайза – a substance that you put on your skin to stop it from becoming dry:I use (a) moisturizer every night.
thrive - зрАйв
to grow, develop, or be successful:She seems to thrive on hard work.\His business thrived in the years before the war. \ She seems to thrive on stress.
Thriving – зрАйвинa thriving economy
ostentatious - остентЕйшос
adjectiveintended to attract admiration or notice:ostentatious jewelry ostentatious gestures(джестурес)
Ostentatiously adverb –She waved her hand about, ostentatiously displaying her large diamond ring
ostentation – disapproving the quality of being ostentatious:Her luxurious lifestyle and personal ostentation were both hated and envied.
Befall - БефОл
(of something bad) to happen to a person or place:Many natural disasters have befallen that region.
If something bad or dangerous befalls you, it happens to you:Should any harm befall me on my journey, you may open this letter.
Ramble - рамбл
to walk for pleasure, esp. in the countryside:I love to ramble through the woods.
[I usually + adv/prep] to walk for pleasure, especially in thecountryside:I love to ramble through the fields and lanes in this part of thecountry.Let's go rambling tomorrow.
› to talk or write in a confused way, often for a long time:It was hard to listen to her ramble on and on about her vacation.
Noun [always + adverb/preposition]a long walk especially through the countryside:We go for a ramble through the woods every Saturday.\ There’s plenty to discover as you ramble around this little island. \ She likes to sleep late, so I've got several hours to ramble around on my own
Rambler a person who enjoys long walks in the countryside
a plant that rambles grows in all directions
unwarranted - анвОрантед
adjective lacking a good reason; unnecessary:They denounced the investigation as an unwarranted interference(интерфИренс) with their business. \ People need to be protected against such unwarranted intrusionsinto their private lives by journalists.
condemn – кондЭмн
to criticize something or someone strongly, usually for moral reasons:The movie was condemned for glorifying violence.
verb [T] (PUNISH)
to severely punish someone who has committed a crime, or to force someone to suffer:Those who remember the past are not condemned to repeat it. \Illness condemned her to spend her remaining days in a home.
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