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Video Vocabulary

/rəˈlēs/

release
noun verb

Relief from sadness, suffering or trouble. To let go of something you are holding.

/rəˈfyo͞oz/

refusing
verb

indicate or show that one is not willing to do something.

/ˈkäment/

comments
noun other verb

remark expressing opinion. Some things you say, giving opinions; remarks. express opinion.

/ikˈspres/

expressed
verb

To state or show what you think or how you feel.

/ˌjeniˈtālēə/

genitalia
noun other

genitals. External sex organ.

/əˈfendər/

offenders
noun other

person who commits illegal act. People who break a law or other rule.

/rəˈspäns/

response
noun

Reaction to something that has occurred.

/ˈəpˌkəmiNG/

upcoming
adjective

about to happen.

/bəˈkəm/

becomes
verb

To begin to be; grow to be; develop into.

certificate
noun verb

official document attesting certain fact. provide with or attest in official document.

/kəˈmidəd/

committed
adjective verb

feeling dedication and loyalty to cause or job. To promise your permanent love or loyalty (to).

/səˈroundiNG/

surrounding
adjective verb

all round particular place or thing. To move closer on all sides of something.

/ˈSHôrtn/

shorten
verb

make or become shorter.

/əˈkôrdiNG/

according
adverb verb

as stated by. To be in harmony or agreement; consent.

/ikˈstrēmlē/

extremely
adverb

to very great degree.