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