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Glossary of English cards lesson3 and 4

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PAN<G
all
pandemonium
uproar
panecea
a cure for all diseases and troubles
OMNIS<L
all
omnipresent
present everywhere
oniverous
feeding on both plant and meat

2.devouring everything especially intellectually
omnipotent
1.having unlimited power

2.all powerful
HOLOS<G
whole
catholic
1.universal, including most things

2.refering to the roman cathilic church
holocaust
1.a great discurssion especially by fire

2.murder by the nazi's over 6 million jews and millions of other people in wold war II
TOTUS<L
whole
totalitarian
refering to a form of government of which one person or party holds actual control
CLAUDO,CLAUDERE,CLAUSI,
CLAUSUM<L
to close
cloister
a covered walk along the inside walls of a building usually looking out on a courtyard

2.a monastery or religious place of seclusion
preclude
to prevent, to make impossible
recluse
a person who avoids mixing with people

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