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V ocabulary. Group 5. a ppreciate uh 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. b ankrupt bangk rupt. A Money h aving no money

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V ocabulary

Vocabulary

Group 5


A ppreciate uh pre she ate
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.


B ankrupt bangk rupt
bankruptbangkrupt

A Money

having no money

The local grocery store went bankrupt due to lack of customers.


B udget buh jet
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.


C ontribute kun trib buoot
contributekun tribbuoot

V money

to give (money, time, knowledge, or assistance)

Everyone on the team contributed time and energy to the project.


E xtravagant ik stra vi gunt
extravagantikstra vi gunt

A money

excessive or unreasonable

Santa always brings me extravagant and outlandish gifts.


F ee fe
feefe

N money

the charge for services

My doctor charges a fee of $25 for each visit.


Frugal froo guhl
frugalfroo-guhl

A MONEY

economical or penny-pinching

The frugal woman only bought clothes that were on sale.


I nvaluable in val yuh buhl
invaluablein valyuhbuhl

A money

priceless

My phone is invaluable to me; I don’t know what I would do without it.


P overty pah ver tee
povertypahver tee

N money

the condition of being poor

During the Great Depression, many people lived in poverty.


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