Teachers Games for Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

Teachers Games for Vocabulary for 24th August :

  1. Precipice (n) : a steep descent


  2. Précis (n) : summary


  3. Précis (v) : summarize


  4. Precise (adj.) : exact, accurate


  5. Precision (n) : accuracy


  6. Preclude (v) : exclude, prevent


  7. Precocious (adj.) : premature, smart forward


  8. Preconceive (v) : conceive before hand


  9. Predatory (adj.) : living by plunder, plundering, preying upon others


  10. Predecessor (n) : former holder of any office, thing to which another has succeeded, forefather


  11. Predetermine (n) : to decree before hand


  12. Predicate (n) : that part of a sentence which expresses something about the subject


  13. Predict (v) : foretell


  14. Prediction (n) : foretelling, prophecy


  15. Predispose (v) : render liable


  16. Predominance (n) : superiority


  17. Predominant (adj.) : having more power, supreme


  18. Predominate (v) : rule over, be superior to


  19. Pre-eminent (adj.) : superior, excelling, surpassing all others


  20. Preen (v) : trim feathers with beak, trim oneself


  21. Preface (n) : author’s explanatory remark to a book


  22. Preface (v) : say a preface


  23. Perfect (n) : a police officer, a monitor, a governor


  24. Prefer (v) : exalt, address, advance select


  25. Prefer (n) : preferment, advancement, promotion


  26. Preferable (adj.) : more desirable


  27. Preference (n) : a better liking, a choice, prior claim


  28. Preference (adj.) : preferential


  29. Prefix (v) : place before


  30. Prefix (n) : word or syllable


  31. Pregnancy (n) : state of being pregnant, significance


  32. Pregnant (adj.) : full of meaning being with child


  33. Prehistoric (adj.) : pertaining to the time before recorded history


  34. Prejudge (v) : form an opinion in advance


  35. Prejudice (n) : unfair opinion, injury


  36. Prejudice (v) : to fill with prejudice, damage, harm


  37. Prelate (n) : a bishop


  38. Preliminary (adj.) : introductory, preparatory


  39. Prelude (n) : an introductory piece


  40. Premeditate (v) : to think out before the proper time, untimely


  41. Premeditate (v) : to think out before hand


  42. Premier (adj.) : first in position important


  43. Premier (n) : prime minister


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