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 Adjacent Close to or next to something. Sentence: My room is adjacent to the kitchen. Does it mean close to something or far from something? Alternate To take turns doing something. Sentence: My friend and I alternate mowing the lawn. Approximately Close to; almost exactly. Sentence: We drove approximately 100 miles today. Calculate To find an answer to something by using math (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Sentence: I will calculate the number of miles from Grand Rapids to Kalamazoo. Combination To bring things together in a single whole or substance. To unite something. Sentence: My sandwich is a combination of peanut butter, jelly and bread. Complex Difficult to understand. Something that is made up of many connected parts. Sentence: The wiring inside a computer is very complex. Consecutive following one right after the other. SENTENCE: It rained for five consecutive days. Con Convert To change something from one from or shape to another. SENTENCE: When rocks get very hot they convert into lava. Con Decrease To make something less or smaller. SENTENCE: The pilot decrease his speed little by little Dec Diagram A drawing or chart that shows how something works. SENTENCE: My teacher drew a diagram of the inside of a clock on the chalkboared dia