Ubiquitous

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ubiquitous

ubiq·ui·tous
\yü-ˈbi-kwə-təs\
adjective

Definition:

1. found everywhere; omnipresent

Example Sentences:

1. Ubiquitous is an Ubiquitous word on the SAT. it’s used everywhere in literature as well.
2. The company’s advertisements are ubiquitous.

Synonyms:

everywhere
omnipresent

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 普遍存在的; (同时)普遍存在的
Spanish: ubicua; ubicuo
Arabic: كلية الوجود; وجود الشىء في كل مكان
Hindi: सर्वव्यापी; सर्वव्यापी ढंग से
Russian: повсеместный; вездесущий
French: ubiquitous; omniprésent; omniprésent
German: allgegenwärtig; omnipräsent
Japanese: 普偏
korean: 도처에 존재하는;

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Turpitude

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turpitude

tur·pi·tude
\ˈtər-pə-ˌtüd, -ˌtyüd\
noun

Definition:

1. depravity/ wickedness

Example Sentences:

1. Evil turnips have turpitude.
2. pictorial advertisements for chic clothing and fragrances in which drug addiction and other forms of moral turpitude are depicted as alternative fashion statements

Synonyms:

baseness
corruption
evil

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 卑鄙行为; 卑鄙
Spanish: vileza; depravación
Arabic: عمل شائن; فساد خلقي
Hindi: नीचता;
Russian: низость; подлость
French: turpitude; turpitude; turpitude
German: ; Schändlichkeit
Japanese: 卑劣
korean: 야비;

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Tumult

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tumult

tu·mult
\ˈtü-ˌməlt, ˈtyü- also ˈtə-\
noun

Definition:

1. uproar; nois

Example Sentences:

1. The tornado tore the house with loud tumult.
2. We had to shout to be heard over the tumult.

Synonyms:

agitation
commotion

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 骚动; 激昂
Spanish: tumulto;
Arabic: شغب;
Hindi: तुफान;
Russian: суматоха; грохот
French: tumult; bagarre;
German: ; Unruhe
Japanese: 大騒ぎ
korean: 소란;

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Truncate

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truncate

trun·cate
\ˈtrəŋ-ˌkāt, ˈtrən-\
adjective

Definition:

1. to cut short or make shorter

Example Sentences:

1. The elephant looks rediculous if its trunk is truncated.
2. a truncated version of the 11 o’clock newscast followed the awards show, which ran over its time slot—as it always does

Synonyms:

abbreviate
abridge
crop

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 删节; 截去
Spanish: truncar; truncando|truncado
Arabic: بتر; شذب
Hindi: छाँट कर छोटा करना;
Russian: урезывать; усекать
French: truncate; tronquer; tronquer
German: abschneiden; abbrechen
Japanese: 切捨てる
korean: 자르다;

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Trivial

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trivial

triv·i·al
\ˈtri-vē-əl\
adjective

Definition:

1. unimportant

Example Sentences:

1. Trivia is game where people try to answer interesting but trivial questions.
2. statistics and other trivial matters

Synonyms:

commonplace
frivolous

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 琐碎的; 不重要的
Spanish: fútil;
Arabic: تافه; طفيف
Hindi: तुच्छ;
Russian: мелкий; пустой
French: trivial; banal; banal
German: trivial; trivial
Japanese: 大した事では無い
korean: 평범한;

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Trite

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trite

trite
\ˈtrīt\
adjective

Definition:

1. unoriginal; dull

Example Sentences:

1. Trindents are very trite (boring) weapons. It just looks like a big fork.
2. That argument has become trite.

Synonyms:

banal
corny
drained
ordinary
common

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 用坏了的; 陈腐的
Spanish: tópico; bordón
Arabic: بايخ; تافه
Hindi: घिसा पिटा;
Russian: банально; избитый
French: trite; banal; banal
German: banal; fade
Japanese: 聞き古した
korean: 낡아빠진;

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Trepidation

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trepidation

trep·i·da·tion
\ˌtre-pə-ˈdā-shən\
noun

Definition:

1. fear

Example Sentences:

1. Don’t have trepidations of what others think. In the end , all that matters is yourself.
2. He had some trepidation about agreeing to their proposal.

Synonyms:

alarm
apprehension
horror

excitement

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 颤栗; 惊恐
Spanish: azoramiento; miedo
Arabic: ذعر; خوف
Hindi: घबराहट;
Russian: тревога; беспокойство
French: trepidation; vive inquiétude;
German: ; Zittern
Japanese: 脅え
korean: 혼란;

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Transient

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transient

tran·sient
\ˈtran(t)-sh(ē-)ənt; ˈtran-zē-ənt, ˈtran(t)-sē-; ˈtran-zhənt, -jənt\
adjective

Definition:

1. temporary, short – lived, fleeting

Example Sentences:

1. Trains have a transient engine lifespan of 10 Years.
2. had transient thoughts of suicide but never acted upon them

Synonyms:

ephemeral
fleeting
short-term

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 瞬时现象; 过路的
Spanish: efímero; temporalidad
Arabic: عابر; زائل
Hindi: अस्थायी;
Russian: преходящий; мимолетный
French: transient; transitoire; transitoire
German: ; kurzzeitig
Japanese: 一過性
korean: 일시적인;

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Transgress

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transgress

trans·gress
\tran(t)s-ˈgres, tranz-\
verb

Definition:

1. go astray; disobey; commit a skin

Example Sentences:

1. Laws are made so that people don’t transgress them to gurt others.
2. He who transgresses must seek forgiveness.

Synonyms:

infringe
trespass

violate

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 侵入; 侵犯
Spanish: transgredir; transgridiendo; transgrediendo|transgredido
Arabic: تجاوز; انتهك
Hindi: भूभाग
तक प्रसारित होना;
Russian: преступать; нарушать
French: transgresser; enfreindre;
German: verletzen; sündigen
Japanese: 制限[限界]を越える
korean: (한도를) 넘다;

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Transcribe

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transcribe

tran·scribe
\tran(t)-ˈskrīb\
transitive verb

Definition:

1. to copy into writing

Example Sentences:

1. In ancient times , a scribr was a person who wrote official documents. The scribes would transcribe records.
2. He transcribed all of his great-grandfather’s letters.

Synonyms:

decipher
duplicate
interpret
render

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 抄写; 转录
Spanish: copiar; copiando|copiado
Arabic: نسخ; أملى
Hindi: आनुवांशिक जानकारी स्थानांतरित करना;
Russian: транскрибировать; переписывать
French: transcribe; transcrire; transcrire
German: transkribieren; übertragen
Japanese: 書きうつす
korean: 베끼다;

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