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ECPE Honors - Unit 9

Quiz by Maria Theo

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  • Q1
    a non-serious illness
    ailment (ail, v. / ailing, adj.)
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  • Q2
    controlled by your own mind or will
    voluntary
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  • Q3
    the round black part in the middle of the eye
    pupil
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  • Q4
    become bigger and wider
    dilate
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  • Q5
    at a higher level than normal
    elevated
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  • Q6
    produce a liquid
    secrete (secretion, n.)
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  • Q7
    very important
    cardinal
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  • Q8
    very important and urgent
    imperative
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  • Q9
    an important event or achievement
    milestone
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  • Q10
    completely remove by cutting off
    sever
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  • Q11
    the complete range
    spectrum
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  • Q12
    very dry and without many plants due to a lack of rain
    arid (aridity, n)
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  • Q13
    copy or do something again in the same way as before
    replicate (replica, n.)
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  • Q14
    understand the meaning of something, especially a code
    decipher (indecipherable, adj.)
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  • Q15
    make something less unpleasant, serious, painful, etc.
    mitigate (mitigating, adj. / umitigated, adj.)
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  • Q16
    help someone lead a normal, healthy or useful life again, for example after sickness, time in prison etc.
    rehabilitate
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  • Q17
    make something bad happen or exist suddently
    precipitate (precipitation, n. / precipitous, adj.)
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  • Q18
    make a judgment about something based on the information you have
    gauge
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  • Q19
    stop, catch or take control of someone or something before it reaches where it is going
    intercept
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  • Q20
    make someone react or respond in a particular way
    elicit
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