Vocabulary By: Carlos Aguilera


Definition: To give (someone) something, typically money, in recognition of loss, suffering, or injury incurred; recompense.

Sentence: I had to compensate my brother for letting me borrow 10 dollars


Definition:To form or devise (a plan or idea) in the mind.

Sentence: I conceived a plan to be able to do work and eat at the same time.


Definition: To obtain something from (a specified source).

Sentence: Peanut butter derives from peanuts.


Definition: The state of being diverse; variety.

Sentence: There is a lot of diversity in our school.


Definition: To hinder, restrain, or prevent (an action or process).

Sentence: When I was playing soccer I inhibited my friend from scoring.


Definition: Average in amount, intensity, quality, or degree.

Sentence: My knowledge in English is moderate.


Definition: Something that completes or enhances something else when added to it.

Sentence: My uncle took supplements to gain muscle.


Definition: To exceed; be greater than.

Sentence: I wanted to surpass my highest level in Crossy Road


Definition: Not certain or fixed; provisional.

Sentence: I was tentative about wether or not to go to school on my birthday.


Definition: Make sure or demonstrate that (something) is true, accurate, or justified.

Sentence: I had to verify that the money was real before I sold my skateboard.


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