Free English Vocabulary
for 29th February



English Vocabulary Index

Free English Vocabulary for 29th February :

  1. Contingent (adj.) : incidental


  2. Contingent (n) : a division of the army


  3. Continual (adj.) : frequent, (almost) unbroken, unceasing


  4. Continuation (n) : extension prolongation, a thing coming one after another


  5. Continue (v) : keep on, extend


  6. Continuous (adj.) : unceasing


  7. Continuous (adv.) : continuously


  8. Contort (v) : twist out of shape


  9. Contort (n) : contortion


  10. Contract (n) : shorten, make a bargain, catch(a disease)


  11. Contract (n) : an agreement


  12. Contraction (n) : act of contracting, abbreviation


  13. Contradict (v) : deny, oppose


  14. Contradiction (n) : speaking against


  15. Contrary (adj.) : opposite


  16. Contrary (n) : that which is contrary, the opposite


  17. Contrast (v) : set in opposition and bring out the difference


  18. Contrast (v) : compare in order to show the difference


  19. Contrast (n) : set in opposition or difference


  20. Contravene (v) : violate, act against


  21. Contravention (n) : transgression, violation


  22. Contribute (v) : pay a share


  23. Contrive (v) : invent, plan


  24. Control (n) : command, power


  25. Control (v) : manage, regulate


  26. Controversy (n) : discussion, dispute


  27. Controversy (adj.) : controversial


  28. Controvert (v) : oppose or dispute by reasoning


  29. Controvert (adj.) : controvertible


  30. Convalescence (n) : gradual recovery of health after illness


  31. Convene (v) : call together, assemble


  32. Convene (n) : convener


  33. Convenience (n) : something suited to one’s wants, ease, a lavatory


  34. Convenient (adj.) : comfortable, near at hand


  35. Convent (n) : a house of nuns


  36. Convention (n) : conference, established practice


  37. Converge (v) : get nearer, tend towards a point, cause to get nearer


  38. Conversation (n) : familiar talk, discourse


  39. Converse (v) : talk, chat


  40. Converse (n) : the opposite


  41. Converse (adj.) : contrary


  42. Conversion (n) : a change, changing to another religion


  43. Convert (v) : change from one state to another


  44. Convert (n) : a converted person


  45. Convertible (adj.) : which can be converted


  46. Convex (adj.) : curving outwards


  47. Convey (v) : carry




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