Glossary of anthropological 2
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- gargantuan (adjective)
gar-gan choo- n
There was a gargantuan sale where hundreds of person were together.
- vital (adjective)
- referring to life
The air and water are vital elements that we can't not suvive without.
- boyycott (verb,noun)
- to refuse to sue or buy something as an act of protest
The customer, didn't like the product and he decided to boycott the dress.
- anthropological (adjective)
an thr p loj i k l
- referring to the sudy of human beings.
My brother is doing an anthropological study about south american origins.
- chauvinism (noun)
sho v niz m
- prejudiced devotion to a group or country.
His chauvinistic way of being make him so rude.
- pandemonium (noun)
pan d -mo ne- m
- chaos, confusion, noise
The employees's strike cause a terrible pandemonium for all the company.
- misanthrope (noun)
- a person who hates other people.
The old man, who hated everyone, showed he was a misanthrope person even with his own family.
- genocide (noun)
- planned murder of an entired group
Hitler's genocide was famous all over the world, becuase it left millions deaths.
- philanthropist (noun)
fi-lan thr -pist
- one who wishes to help humanity by giving large gift.
My dad won an award for being a philanthropist, when he donate a building for the creation of an asylum.
- psyche (noun)
- mental state, soul
We need to care about our psyche and body in order to have a nice life.
- congenital (adjective)
ken-jen i t l
- existing at birth / habitual.
Their son was born with a congenital disability in his right leg.
- pseudonym (noun)
- assumed name
I didn't know you wrote those letters 'cause you put a pseudonym instead of your name.
- genesis (noun)
- origin, beginning
The first book of the Biblie, Genesis, describes the origin of the world.
- panorama (noun)
- a clear view
a wide -ranging survey
You can see a great panorama from this side of the building.
- psychosomatic (adjective)
si ko-so mat ik
- reffering to physical disorders that are caused by the mind.
The little girl developed a sychosomatic illness one month ago.
- renowed (adjective)
His renowed paintings, that had a great value were donated to the mussean.
- viable (adjective)
vi eb l
- capable of living, workable
Everybody thinks you are viable to develop that task for your unlimited patience.
- nominal (adjective)
nom n l
- a vey small amount
in a name only
The president gave to the poor people a nominal donation, that will be not enough for them.
- vivacious (adjective)
vi-va sh s
- lively, full of spirit
She is 65 yeras old but anyway she her vivacity, working hard with the kids since she was 18.
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