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Video Vocabulary

/ˈnetˌwərk/

networks
noun other verb

arrangement of intersecting lines. System of connections. connect as network.

/ˌrēinˈfôrsmənt/

reinforcement
noun

Act of strengthening or adding support to.

/əˈmāziNG/

amazing
adjective verb

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

welcome - welcome

/ˈwelkəm/

welcome
adjective exclamation noun verb

gladly received. used to greet someone in polite or friendly way. Friendly greeting to someone who has arrived. greet someone arriving in polite or friendly way.

/məˈjôrədē/

majority
noun

greater number.

/əˈɡenst/

against
preposition

in opposition to.

projects
noun other verb

planned enterprise. Homes built in the US by government. estimate on basis of present trends.

/ˈbrilyənt/

brilliant
adjective noun

Having a great amount of intelligence or talent. diamond of brilliant cut.

/kəmˈpēt/

compete
verb

To try to beat others at something, e.g. a race.

/ˈbildiNG/

building
noun verb

A structure with a roof and walls, e.g. a house. To establish e.g. a reputation, over time.

/ˈCHalənˌjiNG/

challenging
adjective verb

Difficult to do. To formally invite someone to compete at something.

/ˌviZH(o͞o)ələˈzāSH(ə)n/

visualization
noun

action of creating image.

/tôl/

tallest
adjective

Of the greatest height.

/smärt/

smartest
adjective

Being the most intelligent or clever.

/ɡīd/

guiding
verb

show or indicate way to.