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1

For good

Forever

2

Expedition

Journey - trip

3

Expedite

Speed up

4

Expeditious
Expeditiously

Efficient and quick
Efficiently
🔹expeditious handling of any request or complaint

5

Implement
Implementation

Carry out - accomplish - execute - perform

6

To dispose of
Disposal

To get rid of
🔹disposal of nuclear wastes
🔹to dispose of contaminations without entering them into the water cyle

7

Agnostic

Who is unsure regarding the existence of god

8

Atheist

One who doesn't believe in the existence of god -ملحد و كافر

9

Deify

To worship
🔹deifying a tree as a god
🔹in indian cultures, cows have been deified for centuries.

10

Remorse
Remorseful

Remorse=the feeling of being extremely sorry
Remorseful=نادم
🔹he felt some remorse at his actions.
🔹she knew that the next day she'd be full of remorse.
🔹she was filled with remorse for the crime
🔹he seemed remorseful for what he had done

11

Exalt

Praise
♦️he was exalted as a pillar of the community.

12

Be inclined to

Tending to do sth
♦️ he is inclined to be lazy
♦️i'm rather inclined to wait for a few days before deciding.

13

Meditate

Contemplate-consider
♦️they were planing to meditate revenge.

14

Phantom

Ghost
♦️tha phantom of his dead father.

15

Intuitive

♦️he had an intuitive sense of what the reader wanted.
♦️she knew that he was lying intuitively.
♦️some students have an intuitive grasp of mathematical concepts.

16

Indisputable

Unquestionable- undeniable
♦️indisputable evidence
♦️indisputable fact
♦️it was unquestionably a step in the right direction

17

Recede

Move back or move away
♦️the sound of the truck receded into the distance
♦️th flood waters receded as fast as they had risen

18

Relic

Sth left over from ancient history
♦️relics of the war
♦️our transportation system is a relic of the past
♦️the pictures on the wall were relics from the days before her marriage
♦️it was the last relic of the old system

19

Assimilate

Adapt - سازش كردن - وفق دادن
♦️some people can only assimilate change gradually
♦️new arrivals find it hard to assimilate
♦️immigrants have been successfully assimilated into the community

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Vestige

Trace
♦️the last vestiges of the old regime
♦️he showed no vestige of remorse for his crime
♦️i'm struggling to retain any vestige of belief in his innocence