English Words and Meanings



English Vocabulary Index

English Words and Meanings for 6th April :

  1. Enquire (v) : ask, investigate, seek information


  2. Enrage (v) : to irritate, provoke


  3. Enrapture (v) : delight beyond measure


  4. Enrich (v) : make rich, add more


  5. Enrol ( v) : register as a member


  6. Enroot (v) : fix by the root


  7. Enroute (adj.) : on the way


  8. Ensemble (n) : the parts of a thing viewed as a whole


  9. Ensign (n) : the sign or flag by which a nation or a regiment is known


  10. Enslave (v) ; to make slave of, to overpower


  11. Ensnare (v) : entrap, entangle


  12. Ensue (v) : follow, come next, to result


  13. Ensuing (adj.) : coming next


  14. Ensure (v) : to make sure, assure


  15. Entangle (v) : involve is difficulties, ensure


  16. Enter (v) : join, note, register


  17. Enteric (adj.) : of the intestine


  18. Enterprise (n) : adventure, an attempt


  19. Enterprising (adj.) : adventurous, daring


  20. Entertain (v) : treat, please


  21. Entertainment (n) : amusement, pastime


  22. Enthral (v) : enslave, to charm


  23. Enthrone (n) : place on the throne


  24. Enthusiasm (n) : ardour, zeal


  25. Entice (v) : allure, tempt


  26. Entire (adj.) : whole, complete


  27. Entitle (v) : to name, give a right


  28. Entity (n) : reality, something that has existence


  29. Entomb (v) : to place in a tomb


  30. Entomology (n) : study of insects


  31. Entourage (n) : staff the attendants who follow a person of rank


  32. Entracte (n) : the music played between the acts of a play


  33. Entrails ((n & pl) : the intestine


  34. Entrain (v) : to get into a train


  35. Entrance (n) : passage for entering, the act of coming in, beginning, admission


  36. Entrap (v) : ensnare


  37. Entreat (v) : to ask earnestly, request


  38. Entreaty (n) : appeal, requisition


  39. Entrée (n) : admission, entry, entrance, a dish served at dinner


  40. Entrench (v) : surround with a trend or moat


  41. Entrust (v) : put into the care of confide




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