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  1. 3rd Six Weeks Vocabulary

  2. De- • down, away from • Decend

  3. Fer- • to bring; carry; bear; produce • Ferry

  4. Gam- • united; joined as in marriage • Gamete

  5. Custom- • habit or usage • Customary

  6. Art- • skill; craft • Artistic

  7. Ant- • Against • Antagonist

  8. Dem- • People; population • Demographic

  9. Cent- • One hundreth • Cent or century

  10. Dur- • Hard • Durable

  11. Dent- • Tooth-like thing, tooth • Dentures

  12. Carte Blanche • complete freedom to act as one wishes or thinks best

  13. Pas de deux • a dance for two people, typically a man and a woman

  14. Bon appétit • used as a salutation to a person about to eat

  15. Caveat emptor • the principle that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before a purchase is made; literally buyer beware

  16. tête-à-tête • a private conversation between two people

  17. Quid pro quo • a favor or advantage granted or expected in return for something

  18. Fiasco • a thing that is a complete failure, especially in a ludicrous or humiliating way

  19. Carpe diem • used to urge someone to make the most of the present time and give little thought to the future; literally seize the day

  20. En pace requiescat • rest in peace

  21. Deja vu • a feeling of having already experienced the present situation