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English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Builder for 9th September :

  1. Recess (n): temporary cessation from work, an out of the way spot, alcove


  2. Recipe (n); prescription


  3. Recipient (n): person who receives


  4. Reciprocal (adj.): mutual, interchangeable


  5. Reciprocal (n): result obtained when one is divided by a quantity


  6. Reciprocate (v): give and take


  7. Recital (n): narration from memory


  8. Recite (v): narrate, to repeat from memory


  9. Reck (v): to care for


  10. Reckless (adj.): rash, careless, thoughtless


  11. Reckon (v): count


  12. Reclaim (v): bring back to a useful condition, to demand the return of, reform


  13. Reclamation (n): recovery, reforming


  14. Recline (v): lie, lean


  15. Recluse (n): one who lives in seclusion


  16. Recognise (v): recollect, identity


  17. Recognize (v): recollect, identity


  18. Recognition (n): the act of recognising, the condition of being acknowledged


  19. Recoil (v): kick back, react


  20. Recoil (n): a rebound


  21. Recollect (v): remember, call back to the mind


  22. Recollection (n): bringing back to mind, remembrance


  23. Recommence (v): to advised, speak favourably of, to say that a person or thing is good


  24. Recommendation (n); commendation, favourable report regarding fitness


  25. Recompense (v): reward, make payment, remunerate


  26. Recompense (n); repayment


  27. Reconcile (v); pacify, to make friends again after a quarrel


  28. Reconnaissance (n): survey of stretch of area occupied by the enemy forces


  29. Reconsider (v): ponder over gain


  30. Record (n); state of being preserved in writing, a register


  31. Record (v); register


  32. Recount (v); to count again, narrate


  33. Recoup (v); reimburse, make good, recover


  34. Recourse (n); seeking help from, refuge, resort


  35. Recover (v): to improve after sickness, get back


  36. Recovery (n); restoration to health after sickness, getting back


  37. Recreant (adj.): cowardly, unfaithful


  38. Recreation (n); refreshment, amusement


  39. Recrimination (n); a counter charge, accusing in return


  40. Recrudescence (n): new outburst, renewed out break


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