Vocabulary Group 5
appreciateuh pre she ate V money 1) to increase in value or 2) to recognize the value of The value of the bracelet appreciated to double its original cost.
bankruptbangkrupt A Money having no money The local grocery store went bankrupt due to lack of customers.
budgetbuh jet N money a plan for spending money within a certain time frame The family’s budget helped them save up for a vacation.
contributekun tribbuoot V money to give (money, time, knowledge, or assistance) Everyone on the team contributed time and energy to the project.
extravagantikstra vi gunt A money excessive or unreasonable Santa always brings me extravagant and outlandish gifts.
feefe N money the charge for services My doctor charges a fee of $25 for each visit.
frugalfroo-guhl A MONEY economical or penny-pinching The frugal woman only bought clothes that were on sale.
invaluablein valyuhbuhl A money priceless My phone is invaluable to me; I don’t know what I would do without it.
povertypahver tee N money the condition of being poor During the Great Depression, many people lived in poverty.