Venal

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venal

ve·nal
\ˈvē-nəl\
adjective

Definition:

1. corrupt; can be bribed

Example Sentences:

1. If you bribe me with monkey, I’ll look the other way:
2. that judge is known for being venal and easily bought

Synonyms:

amoral
corrupt

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 腐化的; 貪
Spanish: venal;
Arabic: قابل للرشوة; قائم على الرشوة
Hindi: रिश्वत से प्रभावित;
Russian: продажный; корыстный
French: venal; vénale;
German: ; feil
Japanese: 腐敗しました
korean: 타락한;

Vapid

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vapid

va·pid
\ˈva-pəd, ˈvā-\
adjective

Definition:

1. boring/ dull/ empty

Example Sentences:

1. Valerie is pretty but vapid. She has no original thoughts or personality
2. a song with vapid lyrics

Synonyms:

boring
innocuous
weak

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 乏味的; 索然乏味的
Spanish: insípido;
Arabic: بايخ; غلس
Hindi: नीरस;
Russian: безвкусный; скучный
French: vapid; insipide;
German: ; fade
Japanese: 気の抜けました
korean: 김빠진;

Vanquish

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vanquish

van·quish
\ˈvaŋ-kwish, ˈvan-\
verb

Definition:

1. to defeat throughly

Example Sentences:

1. The vampire hunter vanquishes vampires for a living.
2. They were vanquished in battle.

Synonyms:

conquer
crush
overcome

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 击败; 征服
Spanish: derrotar; derrotando|derrotado
Arabic: فانكويش; قهر
Hindi: परास्त कर देना;
Russian: подавлять; преодолевать
French: vanquish; vaincre; vaincre
German: besiegen; besiegen
Japanese: 支配する
korean: 극복하다;

Vacuous

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vacuous

vac·u·ous
\ˈva-kyə-wəs\
adjective

Definition:

1. stupid and empty – headed

Example Sentences:

1. The vacuous vaccum cleaner is really stupid.
2. a dull and vacuous movie

Synonyms:

airheaded
birdbrained
blank

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 空虚的; 空的
Spanish: vacuo;
Arabic: تذبذب;
Hindi: मूढ़;
Russian: пустой; бездеятельный
French: vacuous; vide d’intelligence;
German: ; geistlos
Japanese: 空虚な
korean: 얼빠진;

Vacillate

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vacillate

vac·il·late
\ˈva-sə-ˌlāt\
verb

Definition:

1. to waver between decisions; to be indecisive

Example Sentences:

1. Many people vacillate when they shop for clothes.
2. She has vacillated on this issue.

Synonyms:

dither
fluctuate

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 摇摆; 动摇
Spanish: oscilar; oscilando|oscilado
Arabic: تأرجح;
Hindi: निश्चय न कर पाना;
Russian: колебаться; качаться
French: vacillate; hésiter;
German: ; wanken
Japanese: 揺蕩う
korean: 주저하다;

Utopia

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utopia

uto·pia
\yu̇-ˈtō-pē-ə\
noun

Definition:

1. a perfect world

Example Sentences:

1. Utopia , a book by Thomas Moore, describes a perfect island society.
2. The town’s founders wanted to create a Christian utopia.

Synonyms:

bliss
paradise

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 乌托邦; 理想国
Spanish: utopía;
Arabic: المدينة الفاضلة; مثالية
Hindi: आदर्श राज्य;
Russian: утопия;
French: utopia; utopie; utopie
German: Utopie; Utopia
Japanese: 無何有の郷
korean: 유토피아;

Utilitarian

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utilitarian

util·i·tar·i·an
\(ˌ)yü-ˌti-lə-ˈter-ē-ən\
noun

Definition:

1. Useful

Example Sentences:

1. I’m the utilitarian Uterus! So useful!
2. utilitarianism is generally held to be the view that the morally right action is the action that produces the most good

Synonyms:

functional
sensible
efficient

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 实利的; 功利的
Spanish: utilitario;
Arabic: النفعية; منفعي
Hindi: स्वार्थी;
Russian: утилитарный;
French: utilitarian; utilitaire; utilitaire
German: ; Utilitarist
Japanese: 即物的
korean: 실용적인; 이상향

Underscore

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underscore

un·der·score
\ˈən-dər-ˌskȯr\
verb

Definition:

1. to emphasize

Example Sentences:

1. I’m going to underscore the importance of underscoring by puttig an under – score under 93.
2. These failures underscore the difficulty of what we’re attempting to do.

Synonyms:

accentuate
highlight
indicate

mark

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 划线于…下; 划线于
Spanish: subrayar; subrayando|subrayado
Arabic: تأكيد;
Hindi: ज़ोर देना;
Russian: подчеркивать;
French: underscore; souligner; souligner
German: unterstreichen; Unterstrich
Japanese: 下線
korean: 밑줄;

Undermined

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undermined

un·der·mined
\ˌən-dər-ˈmīn\
verb

Definition:

1. to damage slowly; attack

Example Sentences:

1. Underground mines in cambodia undermines people’s lives
2. this could undermine years of hard work

Synonyms:

blunt
cripple
mine

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 破坏; 破坏
Spanish: minado;
Arabic: قوض;
Hindi: कम आंका;
Russian: подорвали;
French: miné; ;
German: untergraben; unterminiert
Japanese: 弱体化
korean: 훼손; 배경 음악

Unctuous

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unctuous

unc·tu·ous
\ˈəŋ(k)-chə-wəs, -chəs, -shwəs\
adjective

Definition:

1. oily; a person using excessive flattery

Example Sentences:

1. My crazy unctuous uncle has unusually oily face and hair.
2. an unctuous effort to appear religious to the voters

Synonyms:

groveling

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 油质的; 油性的
Spanish: untuoso;
Arabic: متملق; أملس
Hindi: स्निग्ध;
Russian: елейный; маслянистый
French: unctuous; onctueux;
German: ; ölig
Japanese: 脂質の
korean: 간살을 부리는;