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English word of the day – Sensible

English word of the day – Sensible

sensible /ˈsɛnsəbəl/ adjective  1 having or showing good sense or judgement : reasonable sensible people a sensible choice/solution/diet sensible prices 2 designed to be comfortable, useful, etc., rather than stylish sensible shoes/clothes She wore a sensible coat....
English word of the day – Sensible

Flurry-Mot du jour en Anglais.

Flurry : flɚri 1 : a brief and light snowfall  We had a few flurries yesterday. a snow flurry 2 a : a brief period of excitement or activity — + of  There was a flurry of trading in the stock exchange. The incident could create a flurry of interest in safety issues. 2...
English word of the day – Sensible

English word of the day – actually

Actually /ˈæktʃəwəli/ adverb 1 used to refer to what is true or real I don’t know what actually [=really] happened. After all these months, it’s hard to believe that we’re actually [=really, truly] finished. Actually, to me, you are perfect. 2 used...
English word of the day – Sensible

English word of the day – assist

Assist /əˈsɪst/ verb 1 : to give support or help : to make it easier for someone to do something or for something to happen : help [+ object] The device assists those who can’t climb stairs. The President was assisted by his advisers. The President was assisted...
English word of the day – Sensible

English word of the day – trust

trust /ˈtrʌst/ noun : belief that someone or something is reliable, good, honest, effective, etc. Our relationship is founded on mutual love and trust. His lies and deception shattered my trust in him. She has no trust in the security of online banking. He placed/put...
English word of the day – Sensible

English word of the day – Workshop

workshop /ˈwɚkˌʃɑːp/ noun 1 : a place where things are made or repaired He’s in his workshop working on the lawnmower. 2 : a class or series of classes in which a small group of people learn the methods and skills used in doing something A photography/music...