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Can an Opera Singer Shatter a Wine Glass?

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  • English

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  • 11:00 / 11:14

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Video Vocabulary

/brāk/

breaking
verb

To begin or change suddenly; the dawn or weather.

/ˈmäləˌkyo͞ol/

molecules
noun other

group of atoms bonded together. Two or more atoms chemically combined.

/ˈak(t)SH(o͞o)əlē/

actually
adverb

as truth or facts.

/kəmˈplēt/

complete
adjective verb

Being finished; done; achieved. finish making or doing.

/ˈSHadər/

shatter
verb

To break into small pieces.

/əˈmāziNG/

amazing
adjective verb

causing great surprise or wonder. To cause wonder; to surprise completely.

/ˌrerəˈfakSH(ə)n/

rarefaction
noun

reduction in density of something.

/əˈmit/

emitted
verb

To release or send out (a gas, etc.).

/əˈfektəd/

affected
adjective verb

Putting on an act; not genuine. To cause a change in something else.

/ˈkāpəb(ə)l/

capable
adjective

Being able to do something very well; proficient.

/ˈsiNGər/

singers
noun other

person who sings. People who sings, often as professions.

/ˈdif(ə)rənt/

different
adjective

Not of the same kind; unlike other things.

/ˈrezənəns/

resonance
noun

Quality of sound produced by vibrations of strings.

/rəˈkwī(ə)r/

require
verb

need for particular purpose.

/əˈblidəˌrāt/

obliterate
verb

To completely destroy; rub out; stamp out.