Glossary:: Video and Text for Attitude is Altitude


            It's a good practice to have a look at the glossary before you read the text or go to the comprehension passage.

            You can watch the video lesson on glossary and get the complete meanings for difficult words in the lesson.





GLOSSARY according to the context of   'Attitude is Altitude"
Word Parts   of speech Meaning
wrap verb to   fold, wind, or coil
torso noun the   trunk of the human body
Evangelical adj displaying   missionary zeal in promoting something
modest adj not   ostentatious or pretentious
publicist noun a   person, such as a press agent or journalist, who publicizes something
tuck verb to   push or fold into a small space or between two surfaces
English Premier League noun The Premier   League (often referred to as the English Premier League (EPL)   outside England) is the top level of   the English football league system.
distraught adj upset or agitated
bring oneself (idiom) idiom to   force oneself to do something that one does not want to do —usually   used in negative statements
insist on phr   v If   you insist onsomething, you say firmly that it must be   done or provided.
main-stream school noun the   practice of placing students with special education services in a general   education classroom during specific time periods based on their skills
bully verb use   superior strength or influence to intimidate (someone), typically to force   them to do something.
depressed adj (of   a person) in a state of unhappiness or despondency.
lost verb be destroyed or   killed
cold adj lacking   affection or warmth of feeling; unemotional
bitter adj feeling   or showing anger, hurt, or resentment because of bad experiences or a sense   of unjust treatment
terrify verb cause   to feel extreme fear
hold on phr   v endure   in difficult circumstances
pull through phr   v get   through an illness or other dangerous or difficult situation
triumph noun a   great victory or achievement
adversity noun a   difficult or unpleasant situation
conviction noun a   firmly held belief or opinion
perseverance noun persistence   in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success
freak out verb loose   control
speed off verb to   leave quickly
mounted adj firmly   fixed

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