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Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler 4.Bölüm 

Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler Bölümünde sınavda karşınıza çıkması muhtemel veya çıkabilme olasılığı yüksek kelimeler hakkında fikir sahibi olmanız için WOLA tarafından hazırlanan örnekleri bulacaksınız.Bu kelimelere aşina olmanız çok önemlidir.Kelime bilgisi sınavlarınızda size büyük avantaj sağlayacaktır.Amacımız tüm öğrencilerimizin sınavlarında başarılı olmasıdır.

  1. concept

 an abstract or general idea inferred from specific instances. There is little technical artistry involved, the focus instead on simple concepts and difficult execution.

  1. conclude bring to a close

Taken together, the reports have led analysts to conclude that after years of being an economic drag, housing is now contributing to economic growth.

  1. concurrent

occurring or operating at the same time

Problem-solving was concurrent with physical effort, so the brain must have adapted by developing appropriate regions to enhance neurocognition.

  1. conduct

the way a person behaves toward other people

For years, lawmakers, urged by the N.R.A., have placed so-called riders on spending bills that restrict these and other agencies

from conducting such research.

  1. confer

have a meeting in order to talk something over

He especially prefers having a radiologist on-site because he believes that conferring in person helps prevent mistaken readings and gets quicker results.

  1. confine place limits on

Is erotic sculpture confined to temples or particular religious cults?

  1. confirm

establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts

The identities have yet to be officially confirmed, he said.

  1. conform

be similar, be in line with

In other words, they conformed to feminine stereotypes.

  1. consent

give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to

Companies also must get parental consent before using tracking tools such as cookies that peek into children’s I.P. addresses and device

identification numbers.

  1. considerable

large in number or amount or extent or degree

In other words, the trial court wanted to treat the mass media like a public utility, which carried considerable consequences.

  1. consist

have its essential character

They consist of arms, elbows, and very long finger bones connected by two layers of thin skin.

  1. constant

uninterrupted in time and indefinitely long continuing

False reviews are a constant problem on consumer Web sites.

  1. constitute form or compose

The F.D.A. said it is also working on proposed safety regulations targeting imported food – which constitutes 15% of what’s eaten in the U.S.

  1. constrain hold back

Constrained school budgets are likely to prevent any mass hiring or arming of security officers.

Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler Part-4

  1. construct

make by combining materials and parts

He wanted and received some honest feedback to help construct a game plan that would put them in better positions to succeed.

  1. consult

get or ask advice from

She said she had decided to step down after consulting family members and friends.

  1. consume

use up, as resources or materials

The technology, in theory, allows for thinner screens that consume less power.

  1. contact

be in or establish communication with

Beck made eye contact with me and nodded.

  1. contemporary

belonging to the present time

There is, in other words, much to appreciate about contemporary movies this year.

  1. context

the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation

Geological Survey has posted some useful context and interpretation.

  1. contract

a binding agreement that is enforceable by law

Other league businesses will also resume, including trades and contract signings.

  1. contradict

prove negative; show to be false

The C.I.A.’s acting director, Michael Morell, recently contradicted that, saying harsh techniques did produce some tips that led to Bin Laden.

  1. contrary exact opposition

On the contrary, he wrote, such clauses are used in most debt restructuring exercises, and investors “would expect Greece to use it.”

  1. contribute

give to some cause

In 2009, researchers at Mount Sinai Medical Center reported finding evidence suggesting that the chemicals may also contribute to obesity in girls.

  1. controversy

a contentious speech act

But the performance has been clouded by controversy.

  1. convene

meet formally

One week later, the sides convened again with federal mediators in New Jersey but still couldn’t make progress.

  1. converse

carry on a discussion

But people in traditional societies constantly converse, learning from one another and sharing.

  1. convert

change the nature, purpose, or function of something

Let us embrace bookshelves that convert to dining room tables.

Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler Part-4

  1. convince

make realize the truth or validity of something

They are still not convinced of Mr. Bozize’s goodwill.

Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler Part-4


Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler part 4


Özyeğin Trace Sınavı Kelimeler part 4

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