Flashcards in Daichi 4（使用せず） Deck (47):
a medical doctor who specializes in surgery.
o wound or damage without causing a break
Matt shakes me from my reverie by making a buzzing noise.
one who participates in a contest;
They use on game shows to get rid of a losing contestant.
I try to analyze our new situation.
[+ obj] 1 : to look at (something) closely and carefully in order to learn more about it,
Get ready for some fierce discussion.
: to float in the air without moving in any direction
Watch as the hummingbird hovers over the flowers. ▪ Helicopters hovered above us. ▪ Bees hovered around the hive.
You need the approval of the teacher before you can go ahead with the project.
to make (someone) feel very ashamed or foolish
If the guy hadn't been humiliating me for years, I'd almost feel bad for him.
to collapse inward in a very sudden and violent way
the objects (such as bullets and shells) that are shot from weapons
to look at (something) carefully in order to learn more about it, to find problems, etc.
a person who has been found guilty of a crime and sent to prison
a way of behaving, thinking, or feeling that is not learned
a careful plan or method for achieving a particular goal usually over a long period of time
the act of keeping property or equipment in good condition by making repairs, correcting problems.
someone who formally asks for something (such as a job or admission to a college) : someone who applies for something
not fully developed or grown
to agree to do or accept something that you have been resisting or opposing
Our application was initially refused, but the city relented in the end .
I try to conserve my energy.
to keep (something) safe from being damaged or destroyed
to kill (someone, such as a famous or important person) usually for political reasons
to say that (someone or something) is good and deserves to be chosen
the activity or process of making something ready or of becoming ready for something
very small or slight in size or amount
We are going to need a commitment on your reading.
ready and willing to fight
right or suited for some purpose or situation
many different things, people
to make arrangements so that you will be able to use or have (something, such as a room, table, or seat) at a later time
reserve a restraunt
to confuse (someone) very much
a monumental event,a monumental discovery/achievement
to be felt horror
I am horrified and run back to take my mark.
very unusual : very different from what is normal or ordinary
a person who is trying to be elected
a presidential candidate
I'm relieved to see him smile.
feeling relaxed and happy because something difficult or unpleasant has been stopped, avoided, or made easier
Swifty is a kid who transferred to our school last year.
to move (someone or something) from one place to another.
past tense は transferred
They were stunned by the news. = The news stunned them.
to surprise or upset (someone) very much
I guarantee things can't get any worse.
a promise that something is true or real
an accidental encounter
a meeting that is not planned or expected
He was distracted from his studies.
Don't distract me.
to cause (someone) to stop thinking about or paying attention to someone or something and to think about or pay attention to someone or something else instead