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English Vocabulary Index

Vocabulary Instruction for 29th November :

  1. Tried (adj.) : well tested


  2. Triennial (adj.) : what continues for three years or repeats every third year


  3. Trifle (n) : anything of no value or importance


  4. Trifling (adj.) : of small value or importance, trivial


  5. Trigger (n) : lever for releasing a spring escape in a fire gun


  6. Trigonometry (n) : the branch of mathematics that deals with the relations between the sides and angles of triangles


  7. Trill (v) : to sing with a quivering sound


  8. Trim (adj.) : in good order, nice


  9. Trim (n) : dress, ornaments, state or readiness


  10. Trim (v) : put in order, dress, adjust, prune, arrange and balance


  11. Trinity (n) : union of three, union of three divine beings, (Father, Son, and Holy Ghost)


  12. Trinket (n) : a trifle, a small jewel


  13. Trio (n & pl) : any three things unite together


  14. Trip (n) : a short journey, excursion, an error


  15. Trip (v) : to move quickly


  16. Triple (adj.) : consisting of three united, three fold


  17. Tripod (n) : a stand having three feet, a three-legged furniture


  18. Tripos (n) : an examination for honours degree in Cambridge University


  19. Trite (adj.) : common, hackneyed


  20. Triumphal (adj.) : celebrating victory, relating to triumph


  21. Triumphant (adj.) : victorious


  22. Triumvirate (n) : an association three men in office or government


  23. Trivial (adj.) : trifling, of little importance


  24. Troll (v) : to sing, to fish by using a spinning hook


  25. Troll (n) : a goblin


  26. Trolley (n) : a small truck running on rails, a movable table used for serving


  27. Trombone (n) : a musical instrument of the trumpet kind


  28. Troop (n) : a collection of people or soldiers


  29. Trophy (n) : a memorial of victory


  30. Tropic (adj.) : of or near the tropic


  31. Tropics (n) : the torrid zones, the hot countries in this region


  32. Trot (n) : a pace faster than walk but not so fast as gallop


  33. Trot (v) : run with such steps


  34. Troth (n) : a promise to marry, faith


  35. Troubadour (n) : a wandering poet


  36. Trouble (n) : annoyance, disturbance


  37. Trouble (v) : annoy, disturb, worry


  38. Troublesome (adj.) ; annoying vexatious


  39. Trough (n) : a long shallow vessel for water or other liquid


  40. Troupe (n) : a company of actors or other performers


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