Vocabulary lesson 51

Definitions and samples

  • deceive (v.) make someone believe as true something that is false; mislead

- The company deceived customers by selling old computers as new ones.

  • undoubtedly (adv.) certainly; beyond doubt

- She was undoubtedly the best candidate.

  • popular (adj.) liked by most people

- Hilary was popular at school.

  • thorough (adj.) being all that is needed; complete

- The doctor gave him a thorough check-up.

  • comprehensive (adj.) including all necessary facts, details, or problems that need to be dealt with

- The following guidelines do not aim to be totally comprehensive.

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