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V ocabulary. Group 12. breach breech. N destroy An opening, a break, or a temporary gap It would be a breach of trust to reveal your friend’s secrets. catastrophe kuh tas truh fee. N destroy A sudden and widespread disaster

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v ocabulary

Vocabulary

Group 12

breach breech
breachbreech

N destroy

An opening, a break, or a temporary gap

It would be a breach of trust to reveal your friend’s secrets.

catastrophe kuh tas truh fee
catastrophekuhtastruh fee

N destroy

A sudden and widespread disaster

When the bridge collapsed and killed the people on it, it was an unexpected catastrophe.

collide kuh lide
collidekuhlide

V destroy

To crash into or to clash with

Their differing opinions on politics would always collide, ending up in an argument.

corrode kuh rode
corrodekuh rode

V destroy

To weaken gradually or to wear away

The new type of fuel has been shown to corrode metal, even gas pumps.

debris duh bree
debrisduh bree

N destroy

1) Broken remains or 2) rubbish

After the tornado hit the town, there was debris everywhere.

exterminate ik stuhr muh nate
exterminateikstuhrmuhnate

V destroy

To kill off

We called in a company to exterminate the termites we found in the house.

fatality fae ta luh tee
fatalityfae ta luh tee

N destroy

Death resulting from an accident or disaster

There were only three fatalities in last week’s plane crash.

infest in fest
infestin fest

V destroy

To be so many that it causes harm

The ship’s captain warned us not to go into the water because they were infested with sharks.

salvage sal vij
salvagesalvij

V destroy

To save from destruction

Nothing was able to be salvaged from the house after the fire.