A Word A Day

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Offline Binoy

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Re: A Word A Day
« Reply #300 on: September 08, 2012, 01:13:00 PM »
Word-226 (27-08-12)

enhance (verb)
বাড়ানো; to improve the quality, amount or strength of something
enhanced efficiency
the skilled use of make-up to enhance your best features
This is an opportunity to enhance the reputation of the company.
These scandals will not enhance the organization's reputation.
Several athletes tested positive for illegal performance-enhancing drugs.


enhancement (noun)
বর্ধন; the act of enhancing
equipment for the enhancement of sound quality
software enhancements


enhancer (noun)
বর্ধক; something which is used to improve the quality of something.
flavour enhancers
Music can be a mood enhancer.
I don't like to use artificial flavour enhancers in my cooking.


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Re: A Word A Day
« Reply #301 on: September 08, 2012, 01:18:34 PM »
Word-227 (28-08-12)

enigma (noun)
প্রহেলিকা; something that is mysterious and seems impossible to understand completely
She is a bit of an enigma.
The newspapers were full of stories about the enigma of Lord Lucan's disappearance.


enigmatic (adjective)
প্রহেলিকাপূর্ণ;  mysterious and impossible to understand completely
The Mona Lisa has a famously enigmatic smile.
He left an enigmatic message on my answering machine.


enigmatically (adverb)
প্রহেলিকাপূর্ণভাবে; in an enigmatic way
"Who was that?" "Just a man I know," she said enigmatically.

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Re: A Word A Day
« Reply #302 on: September 10, 2012, 04:34:30 PM »
Word-228 (29-08-12)

enemy (noun)
শত্রু; someone or something that tries to oppose and harm
He has a lot of enemies in the company.
After just one day, she had already made an enemy of her manager.
It is rare to find a prominent politician with few political enemies.
The state has a duty to protect its citizens against external enemies.
Birds are the natural enemies of many insect pests
He's made a few enemies in this company.
political enemies
The enemy had succeeded in stopping our supplies from getting through.
an attack by enemy aircraft
The enemy was / were forced to retreat.
enemy forces / aircraft / territory
behind enemy lines
Familiarity is the enemy of desire.
Poverty and ignorance are the enemies of progress.


enmity (noun)
শত্রুতা; a feeling of hate
She denied any personal enmity towards him.
Bitter historical enmities underlie the present violence.
the traditional problem of the enmity between Protestants and Catholics
personal enmities and political conflicts
Her action earned her the enmity of two or three colleagues.

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Re: A Word A Day
« Reply #303 on: September 10, 2012, 05:02:17 PM »
Word-228 (29-08-12)

enormous (adjective)
বিশাল; extremely large
an enormous car/house/dog
an enormous amount of time
enormous interest
He earns an enormous salary.
You've been an enormous help.
The problems facing the President are enormous.


enormously (adverb)
বিশালভাবে; extremely or very much
enormously rich / powerful / grateful
The price of wine varies enormously depending on where it comes from.
She was looking forward to the meeting enormously.
She worked enormously hard on the project.
The show was enormously popular.


enormity (noun)
বিশালত্ব;  very great size or importance
the enormity of the task
People are still coming to terms with the enormity of the disaster.
The full enormity of the crime has not yet been revealed.
I don't think you really realize the enormity of the problem.


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Re: A Word A Day
« Reply #304 on: October 01, 2012, 10:29:40 AM »
Dear Sir,

Its really an  excellent idea/effort  to enrich vocabulary.



Thanks
« Last Edit: October 01, 2012, 10:31:22 AM by shyful »
With best regards and Thanks in advance,

S.M.Saiful Haque