Vocabularies

adjacent

( of an area, a building, a room, etc. ) next to or near somethingThe planes landed on adjacent run

albeit

( ) althoughHe finally agreed, albeit reluctantly, to help us.

assemble

1. [ intransitive , transitive ] to come together as a group; to bring people or things together as

assembly

1. [ countable ] a group of people who have been elected to meet together regularly and make decisio

collapse

1. [ countable , usually singular , uncountable ] a sudden failure of something, such as an instit

collapse

1. [ intransitive ] to fall down or fall in suddenly, often after breaking apart Synonym give wayT

collapsible

that can be folded flat or made into a smaller shape that uses less spacea collapsible chair/boat/bi

colleague

  a person that you work with, especially in a profession or a business a colleague of mine

compilation

1. [ countable ] a collection of items, especially pieces of music or writing, taken from different

compile

1. compile something to produce a book, list, report, etc. by bringing together different items, art

conceivable

that you can imagine or believe Synonym possible Opposite inconceivableIt is conceivable that

conceive

1. [ transitive ] ( ) to form an idea, a plan, etc. in your mind; to imagine somethingconceive some

convince

1. to make somebody/yourself believe that something is trueconvince somebody/yourself (of something)
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