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UNIT 11 VOCABULARY. Theme – Twist and Turn. Flex/ flect – Bend. Fract – break. Tort – twist. Tract – pull, drag. REFLECT (v.). Bonnie ’ s disruptive outbursts during class reflect her lack of self-control. REFLECT. to express or be an indicator of something.

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unit 11 vocabulary
UNIT 11 VOCABULARY

Theme – Twist and Turn

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Flex/ flect

– Bend

Fract –

break

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Tort – twist

Tract – pull, drag

reflect v
REFLECT (v.)
  • Bonnie’s disruptive outbursts during class reflect her lack of self-control.
reflect
REFLECT
  • to express or
  • be an indicator of something
inflexible
INFLEXIBLE
  • Unbending, difficult or impossible to change
fracture
FRACTURE
  • the act of breaking something, especially a bone
fragile adj
FRAGILE (adj.)

If you share a friend’s secret, you will quickly learn how fragile relationships can be.

fragile
FRAGILE

(adj.) easily broken, physically weak

infraction n
INFRACTION (n.)
  • Although chewing gum is considered by many to be a minor infraction, it creates many unnecessary problems for our custodial staff.
infraction n1
INFRACTION (n.)
  • Failure to obey or fulfill a law, rule, or contract
contort
CONTORT
  • To twist out of natural shape, to make unrecognizable
distort v
DISTORT (v.)
  • Amy is jealous of Brenda so she spread an extremely distorted story about what happened at the dance.
distort v1
DISTORT (v.)
  • To alter, to give an inaccurate report
intractable adj1
INTRACTABLE (adj.)
  • Strong willed and difficult to control
contract
CONTRACT
  • (n.) formal agreement
  • (v.) to tighten or draw together
extract v1
EXTRACT (v.)
  • to pull something out, to obtain something from a source