V ocabulary. Group 10. boycott boi kaht. V stop To refuse to deal with or buy from for specific reasons The group of concerned parents organized a boycott of the toy store. continuous kun tin yoo uhs. A stop uninterrupted
To refuse to deal with or buy from for specific reasons
The group of concerned parents organized a boycott of the toy store.
The continuous hum of a car’s engine always lulls me to sleep.
1) To keep waiting or 2) to delay
I was detained at the office and came in late for dinner.
To forbid or restrain
The crimps in the water hose inhibited the flow of water.
1) To interrupt occasionally or 2) to use punctuation marks
The brief rainstorms punctuated the hot summer months.
1) To put out or 2) to relieve thirst
I could not quench the flames with the fire extinguisher.
To hold back
The goal of the new economic plan is to restrain inflation.
1) To suffocate, 2) to muffle, or 3) to cut off air
The students had to stifle their yawns during the boring lesson.