Translation glossary: Collegiate Words A

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amicable adj.Done in a friendly spirit. 
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amicable adj.Done in a friendly spirit. 
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amity n.Friendship. 
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amity n.Friendship. 
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amorous adj.Having a propensity for falling in love. 
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amorous adj.Having a propensity for falling in love. 
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amorphous adj.Without determinate shape. 
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amorphous adj.Without determinate shape. 
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amorphous adj.Without determinate shape. 
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amorphous adj.Without determinate shape. 
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amour n.A love-affair, especially one of an illicit nature. 
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amour n.A love-affair, especially one of an illicit nature. 
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ampere n.The practical unit of electric-current strength. 
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ampere n.The practical unit of electric-current strength. 
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ampersand n.The character &; and. 
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ampersand n.The character &; and. 
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amphibious adj.Living both on land and in water. 
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amphibious adj.Living both on land and in water. 
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amphibious adj.Living both on land and in water. 
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amphibious adj.Living both on land and in water. 
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amphitheater n.An edifice of elliptical shape, constructed about a central open space or arena. 
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amphitheater n.An edifice of elliptical shape, constructed about a central open space or arena. 
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amphitheater n.An edifice of elliptical shape, constructed about a central open space or arena. 
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amphitheater n.An edifice of elliptical shape, constructed about a central open space or arena. 
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amplitude n.Largeness. 
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amplitude n.Largeness. 
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amply adv.Sufficiently. 
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amply adv.Sufficiently. 
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amputate v.To remove by cutting, as a limb or some portion of the body. 
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amputate v.To remove by cutting, as a limb or some portion of the body. 
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amusement n.Diversion. 
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amusement n.Diversion. 
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anachronism n.Anything occurring or existing out of its proper time. 
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anachronism n.Anything occurring or existing out of its proper time. 
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anagram n.The letters of a word or phrase so transposed as to make a different word or phrase. 
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anagram n.The letters of a word or phrase so transposed as to make a different word or phrase. 
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analogous adj.Corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in form, proportion, relations. 
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analogous adj.Corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in form, proportion, relations. 
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analogy n.Reasoning in which from certain and known relations or resemblance others are formed. 
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analogy n.Reasoning in which from certain and known relations or resemblance others are formed. 
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analyst n.One who analyzes or makes use of the analytical method. 
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analyst n.One who analyzes or makes use of the analytical method. 
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analyze v.To examine minutely or critically. 
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analyze v.To examine minutely or critically. 
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anarchy n.Absence or utter disregard of government. 
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anarchy n.Absence or utter disregard of government. 
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anathema n.Anything forbidden, as by social usage. 
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anathema n.Anything forbidden, as by social usage. 
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anatomy n.That branch of morphology which treats of the structure of organisms. 
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anatomy n.That branch of morphology which treats of the structure of organisms. 
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