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7th Grade VCR midterm word study

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Section 1

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MONOS< G. "one"
UNUS< L. "one"
DUO< L. "two"
PAN< G. "all"
TRI
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Section 2

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BI
OMNIS
TOTUS< L. "whole"
INCIP
NEG< L. "to deny"
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Section 3

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QUART
DEC
CENT< L. "hundred
VAC< L. "empty"
NIHIL< L. "nothing"
MAGNUS
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Section 4

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MIKROS< G. "small"
MIN< L. "less"
SATIS< L. "enough"
MAKROS< G. "large"
COPIA< L. "plenty"
POLY< G. "many"
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Section 5

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bilateraladj. having two sides
bisecttr. v. To divide into two equal parts
unilateraladj. One-sided
monopolyn. Exlusive contorl of the trade in some item or service.
duplicatedtr. v. To make an identical copy or double of something; to repeat
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Section 6

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decathlonn. An athletic contest in which each contestant takes part in ten events
quadrantn. (mathematics) A quarter of a circle or of its circumference.
trisecttr. v. To divide into three parts
centigradeadj. Referring to a thermometer scale of 100 degrees where water freezes at 0° and boils at 100°
trilogyn. A group of three literary or musical works that have a related theme
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Section 7

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omnipotentadj. Having unlimited power; all-powerful.
precludetr. v. To prevent; to make impossible.
reclusen. A person who avoids mixing with people
totalitarianadj. Referring to a form of government in which one person or party holds absolute control
pandemoniumn. Uproar
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Section 8

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annihilatetr. v. To destroy completely
inceptionn. The beginning of something
negatetr. v. To disprove; to nullify
vacuousadj. Empty, especially of meaning or purpose.
vaunttr. v. To boast; to brag about.
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Section 9

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microcosmn. A miniature world; something that resembles something else on a very small scale.
implementn. A tool or utensil
minutian. A small or trivial detail
tenuousadj. Thin in form
satiatetr. v. To satisfy an appetite fully; to gratify to excess
magnituden. The degree of brightness of a star
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Section 10

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macrocosmn. The universe
copiousadj. Plentiful; in large amounts
magnanimousadj. Noble and generous, especially in forgiving; not petty
polygonn. A flat shape with many straight sides.
magnituden. Greatness of importance or size
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Section 11

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bilateraladj. Made between two persons or groups
unilateraladj. done by or affecting one person, group or country, etc., and not another
monopolyn. sole ownership or controlof anything
quadrantn. An early machine for measuring altitudes
tenuousadj. Flimsy; having little substance or validity
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Section 12

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quadrantn. Any of the four parts of an area divided by perpendicular lines
negatetr. v. To rule out; to cancel; to repeal
vauntn. A boast
implementtr. v. To carry out; to put into effect
macrocosmn. Any great whole
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Section 13

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A family group can be regarded as a ___ of all human relations.microcosm
After Thanksgiving dinner, I was___.satiated
I saw only a ___ connection between the book and the movietenoous
Gracious winners do not ___their victories.vaunt
Columbus's voyage to the New World ___ the theory that the earth was flat.negated
During the radio broadcase of The War of the Worlds, thousads of listeners thought Martians were about to ___ New Jersey.annihilate
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Section 14

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tenuousweak
satiatedfull
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