V ocabulary. Group 24. compose kuhm poze. V language 1) To put together 2) to produce 3) to calm When asked to present his research at the conference, the scholar composed his paper using years of notes. declare di kler. V language to say formally or officially
1) To put together 2) to produce 3) to calm
When asked to present his research at the conference, the scholar composed his paper using years of notes.
to say formally or officially
The lawyer told his client to declare his innocence when the judged asked for his statement.
Skilled or forceful in speaking or writing
Eliza got the job as a speech writer because her writing style is very eloquent, expressive, and powerful.
1) To write or engrave on something 2) to draw one figure touching the insides of another figure
A name and date were inscribed on the back of the antique watch.
To tell the meaning of
My chemistry teacher helped me understand and interpret the results of my experiment.
to tell in great detail
The investigator asked the witness to recount the details of the crime once again to see whether any new details emerged.
To use wisely or to save
You should not play around now; you need to conserve your strength and energy for the competition.
Any place of shelter and safety
During a tornado, our only haven is the basement; every other room in our house is unsafe because of the windows and doors.
A holy or safe place
In a wildlife sanctuary, animals thrive because they are protected by federal law against hunting.
During official meetings when the President is present, two sentinels always stand guard outside the door.
1) To cover with a protective layer 2) to plunge into
The knight sheathed the sword in its scabbard to protect the blade from damage.