ברוכים הבאים למילת היום!

בעמוד הטוויטר של וול סטריט תוכלו למצוא כל יום מילה  חדשה באנגלית עם הפירוש שלה ודוגמה לשימוש במילה במשפט. אם פספסתם את המילים שפורסמו בטוויטר, או שאתם רוצים למצוא את כל המילים שפורסמו החודש בצורה מרוכזת – אתם מוזמנים להיכנס לכאן ולהתעדכן בכל מילות החודש.

אז איזה מילים יכתבו ינואר? ניתן למצוא בטבלה מתחת או להרשם לטוויטר שלנו.

 להצטרפות למילת היום בטוויטר של וול סטריט לחצו כאן.

 

Date Word Part of
Speech
Meaning Example
1 – January salient adj. significant, noticeable The most salient difference between Alison and Nancy is that Alison is 20 cm taller.
2 – January noxious adj. harmful, dangerous, poisonous The cheap stoves used by many of the city’s poor give out noxious fumes that can endanger the owners’ health.
3 – January salutation n. a greeting The captains of sailing ships used to greet sailors with the salutation “Ahoy ahoy.”
6 – January polemical adj. very aggressively arguing against something She becomes very polemical when anyone says something in defense of the government.
7 – January capitulate v. to surrender  The army finally capitulated after fighting a long, losing battle.
8 – January placid adj. calm, peaceful He’s normally very placid; I’ve never seen him show any anger. 
9 – January obfuscate v. to make something difficult or impossible to understand Rather than clarifying the government’s policy, the Prime Minister’s speech merely obfuscated it.
10 – January sanctimonious adj. falsely appearing honest and virtuous You would never guess from Bertrand’s sanctimonious comments on marriage that he has several girlfriends that his wife knows nothing of.
13 – January rebut v. to deny, to argue against I totally rebut your accusations; I’m entirely innocent.
14 – January feature n. a useful or important characteristic This phone has a number of features that make it particularly suitable for older customers.
15 – January frugal
adj.
careful with money, economical Richard is so frugal that he uses his teabags three times before throwing them away.
16 – January oblique
adj.
not following a straight line or course, not straightforward His approach tends to be rather oblique, but he usually gets there in the end.
17 – January fortuitous adj. happening by chance, often lucky or fortunate As I’d left my umbrella at home, it was highly fortuitous that John offered me a ride home in his car.
20 – January implement v. to put into effect, to institute The company is going to implement a plan to reduce unnecessary expense. 
21 – January indigenous adj. originating in a region or country These plants are not indigenous to this area, and they may kill off the native vegetation.
22 – January scrupulous adj. paying close attention to details, very careful I’m always extremely scrupulous with things that my friends lend me.
23 – January nuance n. a small but important detail in meaning or  expression Many of the nuances in this poem will not obvious to readers who aren’t familiar with the places that the author describes. 
24 – January virtuoso n. a highly skilled musical performer Most virtuoso pianists started playing at a very early age.
27 – January notorious adj. widely known, in an unfavorable way Jacob was notorious for always arriving late at parties.
28 – January allege v. to assert, usually without proof  The police alleged that Marshall committed the crime, but the investigation produced no evidence.
29 – January sublime adj. grand, arousing high and noble feelings Mozart’s music is truly sublime; it always brings tears to my eyes.
30 – January truculent adj. ready to fight, aggressive Martin’s truculent attitude made his guests feel very uncomfortable.
31 – January prescient adj. knowing or predicting what will happen The comments you made a year ago about a future economic crisis turned out to be very prescient.

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