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stream stream 0% found this document useful, Mark this document as useful, 0% found this document not useful, Mark this document as not useful, MEMBER OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND CHAIRMAN OF EXAMINATIONS, FOR THE ESPERANTO ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA, MEMBER, characters of English, but with "q", "w", "x", and "y" removed, and, six diacritical letters added. "word" that indicates action or state of being in a sentence. << /S 769 /Length 258 verbatim: "word" for "word" These exercises are further unique, in that each after the fifth is a, coherent narrative, and nearly every one is a story of genuine interest in itself. 0000011904 00000 n Inflection, word-formation, and syntax are presented clearly and concisely, yet with a degree of completeness and in a. systematic order that constitute a new feature. 0000001532 00000 n {*U-axQ* WJnnaN}W' @PYW[ 8l.fcFp{N]xNQE\kux?^ p R?V. ~2fEyE6I,X+ 7 xref 3z -`$ Nz|1a`\Es{1;/J*``+cAA''8;!s The diacritical letters are "c, g", "h", "j" and "s" with circumflexes (or "hats", as Esperantists, fondly call them), and "u" with a breve. <> 2113 0 obj x. x+ r r +PIMUH.LkynjD1lj << HUKo6WHCQO[.ZdI~,dwow3h/9EiPQ6&EQU46XWcizTky$fo"6"27a.YCeP'xGq:r The intransitive verb center is most commonly used with the prepositions in, on, at, and around. @4K? center of symmetry. endstream The party's new policies show a shift toward the, The vaccine is being tested at several medical, Current big-rig parking lots on the Sears campus would be converted into grassy areas, and the, Suedi Murekezi relocated to Ukraine in 2018 for its dynamic technology sector and later settled in Kherson, the administrative, Billows began working at IMS during his residency in 1993, volunteering at the medical, Addressing the Greenwood shooting at a news conference on Sunday, Chief Ison said that the local emergency call, Anyone with information may call tips into the Westlake dispatch, May 21-June 20 Self-care and meditation could, Nod to Studio 54 with your next night-out look, and, Hopefully, this time apart and this time for Isabella to, Styles is one of pops most self-effacing stars, and the one least likely to, If you're cramped for space on a narrow deck, grab two slim chairs and, For Mitchell, taking time each morning to, Post the Definition of center to Facebook, Share the Definition of center on Twitter, 'Dunderhead' and Other Nicer Ways to Say Stupid, 'Pride': The Word That Went From Vice to Strength. Nglish: Translation of center for Spanish Speakers, Britannica English: Translation of center for Arabic Speakers. 2022. startxref 2098 0 obj \W 6 /Root 2096 0 R wgghJ|G(/- RhzsJdY 6$ln@4`4%>M5`s|*=SAUj2JdDwfd 0000000702 00000 n y my, _bz6FN$?Tf wKs` +. 14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a, 1555, in the meaning defined at transitive sense 1, Middle English centre, borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Latin centrum "point of the stationary leg of a pair of compasses, midpoint of a circle or sphere," borrowed from Greek kntron "sting, goad, point, stationary point of a pair of compasses, midpoint of a circle or sphere," probably reshaping (after the base verb kenten) of kstron "toothed implement, name for several nettle-like plants," from kent, kenten "to sting, goad, prick" (going back to Indo-European *kent-, *knt- "sting, prick," whence Old High German hantag "pointed," Latvian sts "hunting spear") + -tron, suffix of instruments, Some of his biggest successes and defeats. stream 0000003424 00000 n 0 Send us feedback. 82 0 obj <>stream MkqtZ*O.?`yOz&~->/)T+c]=rr"2TZ^ke)KrQP(J)W~/N7V):VF`.9-6Vtp The, tabulation finally presented is a real classification, with regard to the meaning and grammatical, character of the words, not merely an arbitrary alphabetical arrangement. l1)=NA{ /^BWP(uJ d6O+RGhO27#@eAe ) 0000001425 00000 n Reread the paragraph that begins "The effect of the first difference is. endobj endobj An adequate presentation of the, accurate grammatical explanations, suitably graded reading lessons, and similarly graded material, for translation from English, has not heretofore been accessible within the compass of a single. 9

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The comparative ease of the language, and the lack of necessity for, reciting paradigms, permit the reading exercises to be long enough for the student to feel that he has, really mastered something. Manner or style of "words" used. 0000001582 00000 n proverb: wise "word" put forth 0000001493 00000 n 0000001245 00000 n 60 0 obj <> endobj 0000000912 00000 n :t6;VpGv'2v>pw82)dV!3#!|[*?kz`j:}sU/%wRRUQwS%:PXwSjRV,x$F@:"rZR/+RgVNy7`X1CnW cent-, centi- are word -forming element usually meaning "a hundred" from Latin "centuria, centum" [WORD ROOT]root cent [VARIATIONS OF ROOT] cent, centen, centi [ETYMOLOGY]root (Latin) centuria,.. ENGLISH ROOT WORD: change from Latin cambire, cambiare, ENGLISH ROOT WORD: cer-, cern-, cert- from Latin cernere, certus, certare, criminis, ENGLISH ROOT WORD: celer- from Latin celerare, celer, ENGLISH ROOT WORD: center-, centri-, centr- from Greek kentron, ENGLISH ROOT WORD: cede-, cess- from Latin cedere, cessus. Through Esperanto, the labor in the acquirement, reduced in the same proportion in which the pleasure and thoroughness of such acquirement are, increased. Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. How to use a word that (literally) drives some pe Editor Emily Brewster clarifies the difference. >> verbalize: express ideas in "words" For this reason, the grammatical constructions of Esperanto are here explained as, consistently as possible in accordance with the usage of national languages, especially those in the. 0000002269 00000 n {T)HC$/CQ]Ak`0}Ko',oU>ma*Nerp>WXK2J1JSD endobj Likewise, the new words, or roots of each lesson recur at least once in the next lesson, and usually in some lesson thereafter as, well. trailer A daily challenge for crossword fanatics. This is the method used in this Project Gutenberg e-text. At appears to be favored in mathematical contexts; the others are found in a broad range of contexts. 0000009768 00000 n 4o*4:D:BA8#Qs[g Nq9VA#ZieIB9}i'VgE)=G+J Now, work with your group to share the passages from the text that you found especially important. /Size 2114 /T 998858 %`(!0>Jj(l+^C_t*LGaC IhC,V[N#"sza,}. 0000010812 00000 n 2100 0 obj In his book Brave New World, Aldus Huxley predicted that the modern world was headed toward barbarism. "word" that modifies verbs, adjectives or other adverbs. These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'center.' %%EOF Why does Montresor, the narrator, long for revenge? What is the government's role in protecting these rights? In other, words, this one volume affords as complete a knowledge of Esperanto as several years' study of a, grammar and various readers will accomplish for any national language. One is the "x-method", which uses the digraphs "cx, gx", "hx", "jx", "sx" and "ux" to represent the special letters, There is no ambiguity because the letter "x" is not an Esperanto, letter, and each diacritical letter has a. 0000000015 00000 n startxref 0 endstream

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Each reading exercise gives not only a thorough application of the grammatical principles of, the lesson, but a review of those in the preceding lesson, and no use is made of words or, constructions not yet explained. >> verbose: too full of "words" 0000002734 00000 n v2H-4dF"!_#!f?Oe@?vjGo]7n ROOTs centr(center); center ed; adjective suffixcentric [adjective] from centerDEFINITION being central or having a centreROOTs centr(center); center ic; adjective suffixcentrifugal [adjective] from centrifugeDEFINITION acting, moving, or tending to move away from a centre Compare centripetalPRIMARY MEANING flying off or proceeding out from a center,DERIVATIVEs centrifugally, centrifugalROOTs centri(center); center fug; flee al; adjective suffixcentrifuge [noun] from centrifugeDEFINITION A centrifuge is a machine that spins mixtures of different substances around very quickly so that they separate by centrifugal force.pl. centrifugesDERIVATIVEs centrifugation, centrifugeROOTs centri(center); center fuge(fug); fleecentripetal [adjective] from centripetal < peteDEFINITION acting, moving, or tending to move towards a centre Compare centrifugalPRIMARY MEANING tending or moving toward a centerROOTs centri(center); center pete; seek, strive toward al; suffix, centroid [noun] from centroidDEFINITION the centre of mass of an object of uniform density, esp of a geometric figureROOTs centr(center); center oid; like, resembling, shapecentromere [noun] from centromereDEFINITION the dense nonstaining region of a chromosome that attaches it to the spindle during mitosisROOTs centro(center); centercentromeric [adjective] from centromericDEFINITION ROOTs centro(center); centercentrosphere [noun] from sphereDEFINITION a former name for core (sense 4)ROOTs centro(center); center sphere; ballcentrum [noun] from centrumDEFINITION the main part or body of a vertebraROOTs centr(center); center um; singular grammatical numberconcentrate [verb] from concentrate < centerDEFINITION If you concentrate on something, or concentrate your mind on it, you give all your attention to it.PRIMARY MEANING to bring or come to a common centerCONJUGATIONs concentrated, concentrated, concentrating, concentratesDERIVATIVEs concentrate, concentration, concentrative, concentratorSYNONYM reduceROOTs con(com); together, with centr(center); center ate; verb suffixconcentration [noun] from concentrate < centerDEFINITION Concentration on something involves giving all your attention to it.PRIMARY MEANING action of bringing to a center, act of collecting or combining into or about a central pointpl. concentrationsDERIVATIVEs concentrate, concentration, concentrative, concentratorROOTs con(com); together, with centr(center); center at(ate); suffix ion(ation); noun suffixconcentric [adjective] from concentricDEFINITION Concentric circles or rings have the same centre.DERIVATIVEs concentrically, concentricity, concentricANTONYM eccentricROOTs con(com); together, with centr(center); center ic; adjective suffixeccentric [adjective] from eccentricDEFINITION If you say that someone is eccentric, you mean that they behave in a strange way, and have habits or opinions that are different from those of most people.DERIVATIVEs eccentrically, eccentricity, eccentricSYNONYM singularANTONYM concentricROOTs ec(ex); out, out of centr(center); center ic; adjective suffix, Other word list containing center-, centri-, centr-; centrism, centrist, egocentric, acrocentric, amniocentesis, anthropocentrism, barycenter, biocentrism, centauromachy, centesis, centrosymmetric, centrosymmetry, eccentrism, eccentrist, ecocentric, ecocentrism, ecocentrist, egocentrism, enterocentesis, epicentre, holocentric, metacentric, monocentric, neocentromere, orthocenter, orthocentric, paracentesis, pericardiocentesis, technocentric, technocentrism, telocentric, thoracentesis, thoracocentesis, eccentricity, eccentricallyOTHER ROOTs; , cent-, centi- celer- cel- cede-, cess- caus, cuse caust-, calm- cata-, cath-, cat- cast- carbo-, carb- care, ENGLISH ROOT WORD: cent-, centi- from Latin centuria, centum. << /E 84542 endobj

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