American Government Vocabulary

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American Government Vocabulary for 25th August :

  1. Premiere (n) : first public performance


  2. Premise (n) : basis for argument


  3. Premise(pl) : a building and its out houses


  4. Premium (n) : amount paid for an insurance policy, reward, bonus, a fee


  5. Preoccupy (v) : engage before hand, occupy beforehand


  6. Preparation (n) : state of being in readiness, substance prepared for some special use


  7. Prepare (v) : make ready, make the necessary previous arrangements


  8. Preparedness (n) : readiness


  9. Prepay (v) : to pay beforehand or in advance


  10. Preponderate (v) : overpower, out number, outweigh


  11. Preposition (n) : a word often placed before a noun or pronoun to indicate place, direction, etc.


  12. Prepossessing (adj.) : pleasant


  13. Preposterous (adj.) : very absurd, glaringly foolish


  14. Prerequisite (n) : something required as a previous condition


  15. Prerogative (n) : a privilege, liberty


  16. Presage (n) : a thing that shows the coming event


  17. Presage (v) : predict, foretell


  18. Prescience (n) : knowledge of something beforehand


  19. Prescribe (v) : advise or order the use of, give medical directions, suggest remedy


  20. Prescription (n) : written direction(esp. for medicine)


  21. Presence (n) : the state of being present, appearance


  22. Present (adj.) : being in a certain place


  23. Present (n) : present time or business, the time now passing, reward


  24. Presentable (adj.) : fit to be presented, decent, respectable


  25. Presentation (n) : an introduction


  26. Presentiment (n) : vague feeling that something is about to happen


  27. Presently (adv.) : very soon


  28. Preserve (v) : to keep safe, to defend, keep undisturbed for private use


  29. Preserve (n) : that which is preserved


  30. Preside (v) : superintend, control, guide


  31. President (n) : one who presides


  32. Press (v) : push, urge


  33. Press (n) : a pressing or printing machine, printing place, newspapers


  34. Pressing (adj.) : urgent, exacting, importunate


  35. Pressure (n) : force, difficulties, urgency, strong demand


  36. Prestige (n) : renown


  37. Presume (v) : take for granted, suppose


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