His conduct at the meeting was inappropriate.
Loose - лУс
not firmly attached in place:
I’d better sew(сОу-шить) that loose button before it comes off.
A few loose sheets of paper were lying around.
If an animal is loose, it is not tied up or caged in
not tight; not fitting closely to the body or the thing that is covered:
Wear comfortable, loose clothing to your exercise class.
Loose can also mean not closely following something original, or not exact:
The film is a loose adaptation of Conrad’s novel.
Scrap - скрАп
to get rid of something that is no longer useful or wanted:
Over 60% of all Georgians want to keep the present flag and only 29% want to scrap it.
Noun old or used material, esp. metal, that has been collected in one place, often in order to be treated so that it can be used again:
He was charged with stealing copper tubing, which he then sold as scrap metal.
a small and often irregular piece of something, or a small amount of something:
He jotted it down on a scrap of paper.
[ pl ] She picked up scraps of information about her husband’s whereabouts, but nothing definite.
small pieces of food that have not been eaten and are usually thrown away:
We give all our scraps to our cat.
a fight or argument, especially a quick, noisy one about something not important:
A couple of kids were having a scrap in the street.
Disclose(sercets only \ expose = evil deeds) - дисклОуз
to make something known publicly, or to show something that was hidden:
The company has disclosed profits of over £200 million.
[ + that ] The police have disclosed that two officers are under internal investigation. \ If you write about exposing a secret, people will think you made a mistake and meant to put "disclose".
If a marriage breaks up or two people in a romantic relationshipbreak up, their marriage or their relationship ends:
Jenny and George have broken up.
She's just broken up with her boyfriend.
When schools and colleges, or the teachers and students who go to them break up, their classes stop and the holidays start :
We broke up for the holidays in June.
Exhibite – экзИбит
to show something in public for competition, sale, or amusement:
[ T ] The gallery is exhibiting his paintings and watercolors.
to show something, esp. a quality, by your behavior:
He exhibited poor judgment.
noun an object or a collection of things shown publicly for people to enjoy or learn about:
The museum’s exhibits range from Iron Age pottery to Eskimo clothing.
Exhibition – эксебИшен
a collection of things shown publicly:
[ C ] an exhibition of model airplanes \ There's a new exhibition of sculpture on at the city gallery.
make an exhibition of yourself to do something stupid in public:
I hope I didn't make an exhibition of myself last night.
specialized law a thing used as evidence (= proof that something is true) in a trial:
Is exhibit C the weapon that you say was used?
Wide – вАйд
far from one side to the other, esp. in comparison with length from top to bottom, or being a particular distance across:
a wide window
a wide yard
The bay is 15 miles wide here.
used to describe something that includes a large amount or many different types of thing, or that covers a large range or area:
They sell a wide range of skin-care products.
She has a wide experience of teaching, in many different schools.
The idea no longer enjoys wide support (= the support of many people).
Decline – диклАйн
to gradually become less, worse, or lower:
His interest in the project declined after his wife died.
The party's popularity has declined in the opinion polls.
formal The land declines sharply away from the house.
I invited him to the meeting but he declined.
He declined my offer.
[ + to infinitive ] They declined to tell me how they had obtained my address.
noun when something becomes less in amount, importance,quality, or strength:
Home cooking seems to be on the/in decline (= not so many people are doing it).
a decline in the number of unemployed
She seemed to be recovering and then she went into a decline.
Mountainous – мАутенус
having a lot of mountains:
a mountainous region
Extinct – икстИнкт