(V) to complete or succeed
(syns) finish, fullfill, acheive
Romeo felt elated when he finally accomplished a 360 on his skateboard.
(N) a good result or side effect
(syns) advantage, profit
Mr. Anella explained, "One benefit of doing your home work now, is you'll learn to work hard for high schoool."
(V) to grow or develop, to improve
(syns) plow, devlop, refine
Early farmers in Mesopotamia learned how to cultivate wheat and barley for their food supply.
(adj) falling apart, broken down
(syns) ramshackle, rickety, weathered
"You should have seen how dilapidated my bunk at camp was," complained Peter.
(V) to show or reresent with a drawing or carving
(syns) portay, sketch, represent
Ancient cave paintings usually depicted the animals they hunted.
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