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extra legal adj.
chapter 9
beyond the jurisdicxtion of the law, not rugulated by the law
"In New York, talking on the phone while driving is extralegal"
extramarital adj.
chapter 9
involving in a sexual relationship outside ones marriage, adulterous "Jim and Pan were married for 3 years. However, Pam did not know that Jim was involoved in an extramarital relationship"
extramural, adj
chapter 9
outside the walls or boundaries of a schools, university, etc.
"Many students in Jericho are involved in extramural sports; they compete against other schools"
extraneous adj.
chapter 9
coming from the outside, not an essential part; irrelavant
"Ms. Harrison gets angry when her students bring up axtraneous topics in class"
extrasensory adj.
chapter 9
outside the ordinary senses, not limited to sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell
"In the Sixth Sense, the main chracter was extrasensory; he could see dead people"
extraterrestial adj.
chapter 9
originating or existing outside the earth; "ET is extraterrestial; he is not from Earth"
interdenominational adj.
chapter 9
between, among, or shared by different religions
"In Japan, customs were interdenominational between Shintoism and Buddhism"
interdependent adj.
chapter 9
dependant on one another, mutually dependent
"The twoo best friends were interdependent on eachother. They wlways wanted each other's opinions before anything"
interlinear adj.
chapter 9
inserted between lines already written or printed
"It is easier to make interlinear corrections if the piece of writing is double-spaced"
intermarriage n.
chapter 9
marriage between persons of different religions, races, castes, etc.
"My dad's client have a intermarriage. His client is from Japan annd her husband is from California."
interpersonal adj.
chapter 9
btween persons
"In order to be captain of a sports team, you have to have interpersonal skills."
interracial adj.
chapter 9
between, among, or involving people of differnt races
"In some families, interracial marriages are not accepted"
interregional adj.
chapter 9
between regions
"If you very good in sports, you coulld compete in interregional games, and play against the whole country.
interurban adj.
chapter 9
BETWEEN CITES OR TOWNS
"In NYC, there is a interurban subway line that can transport you very quickly between city blocks."
intracity adj,
chapter 9
within a city
"In Ithaca, New York, there is a intracity transportation system, which brings you around Ithaca and the universities"
intracoastal adj.
chapter 9
within or close to a coast
"Instead of going on the ocean, we took the intra waterway"
intradepartment adj,
chapter 9
within a department
"the shoe department had an intradepartmentl meeting"
intramural adj.
chapter 9
with in the walls of a school
In the 6th, the students are only allowed to be in intramural sports; where they played against their schoolmates."
intraorganizantional adj.
chapter 9
within an organization
"the organizational meeting was held by severeal departments within the organization."
intravenous adj.
chapter 9
within or entering by the way of the veins
"He recovered from a sugery by getting intravenous medication"
ad hominem adj.
chapter 10
appealing to a listener's or reader's prejudice rather than to reason (latin)
"An ad hominem argument is one that depends on a person's opinion rather than the reason"
ad infinitum adv.
chapter 10
endlessly, forever, without limit (latin)
"The couple talked on and on ad infinitum."
ad nauseam adv.
chapter 10
to a sickening degree, to the point of nausea or disgust (latin)
"I wished the man could stop talking, i have heard about taxes ad nauseam from him"
alfresco adv
chapter 10
in the open air, outdoors (italian)
"I love to dine alfresco, it is nice to fell the fresh air while eating"
arrivederci inter.
chapter 10
good bye (italian)
"as i left the italian restaurant, the waitress said "arrivederci"."
AUF WIEDERSEHN INTER.
chapter 10
good bye (german)
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ar revoir interj.
chapter 10
good bye (french)
"my french teacher always says "au revoir" when we leave class"
brouhaha n.
chapter 10
noisy stir, uproar, commotion (french)
"A brouhaha by the hockey players resulted in injuries"
chutzpah n.
chapter 10
self-confidence, shamless audacity (hebrew)
"It took alot of chutzpah to make such a contrversial movie"
de riguer adj.
chapter 10
socially obligatory, required by custo or etquette. (french)
"formals dresse are de rigueur at weddings"
entre nous adv
chapter 10
between us, confidentially (french)
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ersatz adj.
chapter 10
being an inferior, imitation, artificial
"An ersatz coffee is made from grain"
faux pas n.
chapter 10
error, social blunder (french)
"I was so embarresed when i forgot my speech onstage. That was a major faux pas"
hoi polloi n.pl.
chapter 10
masses, common people (greek)
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honcho n.
chapter 10
person in charge, boss(japan)
"If you need to leave early, you need to ask the the honcho"
in medias res adv.
chapter 10
in the middle of things, rahter than at the beginning (latin)
"It is hard to undersatnd things when you enter class in media res"
kudos n.
chapter 10
praise for an acheivement (greek)
"After saving the girl from the fire, Mr. Hanks recieved kudos from the neighborhood"
non compos mentis adj.
chapter 10
not of sound mind, not mentally competent to handle ones affairs (latin)
"It was obviious that the man was non compos mentis, he he could not handle his problems"
non sequitur n.
chapter 10
conclusion that does not logically follow from what has just been said (latin)
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persona non grata n.
chapter 10
person who is unwelcome, or an unacceptable person(latin)
"Because of the huge scandal, Johnwas considered a persona non grata in the community"
postmortem n.
chapter 10
detailed evalutation of some event just completed (latin)
"after the trial, a postmortem took place to determine who is guilty"
salaam v.
chapter 10
bow very low (arabic)
"When I was in the palace, I salaamed to the king to show respect"
sayonara
chapter 10
goodbye (japan)
"we said "sayonara" as we left the Japanese restaurant"
shalom interj.
chapter 10
terms of greeting or farewell (hebrew)
"My Jewish friend told me that Shaloam meant peace in Hebrew"
antibiotic n.
chapter 11
drug that fights bacterial infection
"When I had an ear infection, I had to take ammoxicilum, which is an anitbiotic"
antibody n,
chapter 11
immunizing substance formed in the body to fight against invading antgens (foreign bodies)
""If you are immune to a virus, your anitbodies will kill it befire you get sick."
anitclimax n.
chapter 11
sudden drop in importance
"my sweet sixteen party was an anticlimax; i expected a big party, but instead we only went out for dinner"
antocoagulant n.
chapter 11
a substance that prevents clotting of blood
"A hemophiliac should never take an anticoagulant. If they do, their blood will clot even more"
anticorrosive adj.
chapter 11
preventing gradual wearing away of metals
"An anticorrosive layer should be out on outdoor gates and fences to prevent from being ruined"
antidote n.
chapter 11
medicine that fights poison
"because the baby drank ammonia, the doctor gave him an antidote"
antiestablishment adj.
chapter 11
opposed to the principles of a ruling class
"In Germany, the people had an antiestablishment view against the government"
antihistamine n.
chapter 11
drug that prevents gistamine from causing allergic reations or cold sympotoms
"When one gets a cut, he/she should put an antihistamine such as Neosporin."
antihypertensice adj.
chapter 11
effective in reducing high blood pressure
"Because my grandpa has high blood pressure, he took antihypertensive pills."
antimasssacar n.
chapter 11
small cover for sofas or chairs either for decoration or from prevetion of soiling
"The woman put an antimassacar on the sofa because she thought the sofa was too plain."
antioxident n.
chapter 11
chemical compound that slows oxidation
"If you keep your car outside alot, you should buy an antioxidant to prevent it from rusting"
antipathy n.
chapter 11
strong feeling against someone
"sometimes when someone is really annoying to you, you grow an antipathy toward him/her."
antipersonal adj.
chapter 11
designed for use against an enemy nation's military civilians
"Many countries, such as North Korea, create antipersonal weapons for self defense."
antipodes n.pl.
chapter 11
places that are directly oppiste eachother on th globe
"It takes many hours to travel from New York to India, since they are antipodes."
antipyretic n.
chapter 11
substance that reduces fever
"When my brother had an unusually high fever, we had to give him an antipyretic so that he could return back to school."
antiscorbutic adj.
chapter 11
preventing from feeling scurvy
"We aew lucky to live in the modern age to have antiscorbutic medications so that we done have to suffer from feeling scurvy."
extra legal adj.
chapter 9
beyond the jurisdicxtion of the law, not rugulated by the law
"In New York, talking on the phone while driving is extralegal"
extramarital adj.
chapter 9
involving in a sexual relationship outside ones marriage, adulterous "Jim and Pan were married for 3 years. However, Pam did not know that Jim was involoved in an extramarital relationship"
extramural, adj
chapter 9
outside the walls or boundaries of a schools, university, etc.
"Many students in Jericho are involved in extramural sports; they compete against other schools"
extraneous adj.
chapter 9
coming from the outside, not an essential part; irrelavant
"Ms. Harrison gets angry when her students bring up axtraneous topics in class"
extrasensory adj.
chapter 9
outside the ordinary senses, not limited to sight, hearing, touch, taste, and smell
"In the Sixth Sense, the main chracter was extrasensory; he could see dead people"
extraterrestial adj.
chapter 9
originating or existing outside the earth; "ET is extraterrestial; he is not from Earth"
interdenominational adj.
chapter 9
between, among, or shared by different religions
"In Japan, customs were interdenominational between Shintoism and Buddhism"
interdependent adj.
chapter 9
dependant on one another, mutually dependent
"The twoo best friends were interdependent on eachother. They wlways wanted each other's opinions before anything"
interlinear adj.
chapter 9
inserted between lines already written or printed
"It is easier to make interlinear corrections if the piece of writing is double-spaced"
intermarriage n.
chapter 9
marriage between persons of different religions, races, castes, etc.
"My dad's client have a intermarriage. His client is from Japan annd her husband is from California."
interpersonal adj.
chapter 9
btween persons
"In order to be captain of a sports team, you have to have interpersonal skills."
interracial adj.
chapter 9
between, among, or involving people of differnt races
"In some families, interracial marriages are not accepted"
interregional adj.
chapter 9
between regions
"If you very good in sports, you coulld compete in interregional games, and play against the whole country.
interurban adj.
chapter 9
BETWEEN CITES OR TOWNS
"In NYC, there is a interurban subway line that can transport you very quickly between city blocks."
intracity adj,
chapter 9
within a city
"In Ithaca, New York, there is a intracity transportation system, which brings you around Ithaca and the universities"