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
An opening, a break, or a temporary gap
It would be a breach of trust to reveal your friend’s secrets.
A sudden and widespread disaster
When the bridge collapsed and killed the people on it, it was an unexpected catastrophe.
To crash into or to clash with
Their differing opinions on politics would always collide, ending up in an argument.
To weaken gradually or to wear away
The new type of fuel has been shown to corrode metal, even gas pumps.
1) Broken remains or 2) rubbish
After the tornado hit the town, there was debris everywhere.
To kill off
We called in a company to exterminate the termites we found in the house.
Death resulting from an accident or disaster
There were only three fatalities in last week’s plane crash.
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.
To save from destruction
Nothing was able to be salvaged from the house after the fire.