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Video Vocabulary

/ˈraNGkiNG/

rankings
noun other

position in hierarchy or scale. Levels of attainment or success, as in sports.

/rəˈzəlt/

results
noun other verb

consequence, effect, or outcome of something. Some things produced through tests or experiments. occur or follow as consequence of something.

/streNG(k)TH/

strength
noun

Condition of being strong.

/ˌnavəˈɡāSH(ə)n/

navigation
noun

process or activity of accurately ascertaining one's position and planning and following route.

/iˈspeSHəlē/

especially
adverb

used to single out one person or thing over all others.

records
noun other verb

thing constituting piece of evidence about past. Round plastic discs on which music has been stored. To indicate a temperature, speed, etc.; register.

/kənˈtent/

content
adjective noun verb

happy and peaceful. state of satisfaction. satisfy.

/iɡˈzistiNG/

existing
adjective verb

Being present, alive. To be present, alive or real.

/ˈtärɡət/

targeting
verb

select as object of attention or attack.

/ˈteknək(ə)l/

technical
adjective noun

Complex; difficult to understand. undefined.

/ˈskrēnSHät/

screenshot
noun verb

Picture taken of a computer screen. take screenshot of.

/ˈdäməˌnāt/

dominate
verb

have power and influence over.

/ˈdēsəntlē/

decently
adverb

in way that conforms with generally accepted standards of respectable or moral behaviour.

/əˈso͞omiNG/

assuming
adjective conjunction verb

arrogant or presumptuous. used for purpose of argument to indicate premise on which statement can be based. To act in a false manner to mislead others.

/bēˈkəz/

because
conjunction

for reason that.