English Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

English Vocabulary for 4th July :

  1. Maze (n) : bewilderment, a labyrinth


  2. Me (pronoun) : objective case of I


  3. Mead meadow (n) : lea, sward


  4. Meagre (adj.): scanty, lean


  5. Meal (n) : food that is taken at one time, flour


  6. Mean (n) : the middle average


  7. Mean (v) : intend, denote


  8. Meaning (n): an explanation, significance


  9. Meaningless (adj.): having no meaning or significance


  10. Means (n): revenue, instrument or agency


  11. Meant (v) : pa.t & p.p of MEAN


  12. Meantime (adv): the interval between two happenings


  13. Meanwhile (adv): the interval between two happenings


  14. Measles (n): a contagious disease accompanied by an eruption of red spots on the skin


  15. Measure (n) : size, quantity, degree weight, etc.


  16. Measure (v) : find the size, volume, etc.


  17. Measurement (n): dimension, the act of measuring


  18. Meat (n) : the edible flesh of animals eaten as food, food


  19. Mechanic (n) : artisan, workman(in machinery)


  20. Mechanics (n) : the science of action at force


  21. Mechanize (v): cause to work on machinery


  22. Medal (n) : flat piece of metal shaped like a coin, with words and design


  23. Meddle (v) : to interfere


  24. Meddlesome (adj.) : unnecessarily interfering, officious


  25. Meddling (adj.) : unnecessarily interfering, officious


  26. Medieval (adj.) : relating to the middle ages


  27. Mediaeval (adj.) : relating to the middle ages


  28. Mediate (v) : intercede; (n) : mediation


  29. Medicine (n) : any substance that cures


  30. Medicinal (adj.): ordinary


  31. Medicinal (n) : a person of ordinary abilities


  32. Meditate (v): think deeply


  33. Meditation (n): worshipping god in silence by thinking deeply about him


  34. Medlar (n) : a small tree bearing edible sour fruit


  35. Medium (n): agency means, medium of instruction


  36. Medley (n) : mixture of things


  37. Meed (n): reward


  38. Meek (adj.): gentle, submissive, humble


  39. Meet (v) : encounter, join, assemble


  40. Meet (adj.) : right, suitable, proper


  41. Meeting (n) : a getting together


  42. Megalith (n) : a large stone


  43. Megaphone (n) : a large speaking horn


  44. Melancholy (adj.) : sad


  45. Melancholy (n) : sadness, dejection


  46. Melee (n): confused struggle, a mix up


  47. Mellow (adj.): soft, sweet, fertile


  48. Mellow (v) : make ripe


  49. Melodious (adj.): pleasing to the ear


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