316. (4) extravagant (Adjective) :           regain (Verb) : to get b ack               distrust (Noun) : a feeling of not
     spending a lot more money/using         something you no longer have,              being able to trust
     a lot more of something than you        especially an ability or a quality    325. (4) indifferent (Adjective) : hav-
     can afford or is necessary              remain (Verb) : to continue to             ing/showing no interest; not very
     frugal (Adjective) : using only         exist ; to be still in the same state      good
     as much money or food is                or condition                               inquisitive (Adjective) : asking
     necessary ; meagre                      revive (Verb) : to become, or to           too many questions and trying to
     miserly (Adjective) : hating to         make somebod y/something                   find out what other people are
     spend money                             become conscious/healthy and               doing, etc; curious; interested in
     gluttonous (Adjective) : greedy         strong again                               learning
     plentiful (Adjective) : abundant   321. (3) naugh ty (Adjecti ve) :                intrusive (Adjective) : too no-
                                             behaving in an unfriendly way              ticeable, direct, etc. in a way
317. (1) commencement (Noun) :
                                             towards other people because               that is disturbing or annoying
                                             you think you are better than              cooperative (Adjective) : involv-
     cessation (Noun) : the stopping
                                             they; arrogant                             ing doing something together or
     of so methi ng ; a pause in
                                             humble (Adjective) : modest;               working together with others to-
                                             showing you don’t think that you           wards a shared aim
     renewal (Noun) : a situation in         are as important as other people
     which something begins again                                                       unsympathetic (Adjective) : not
                                             rich (Adjective) : wealthy                 feeling/showing any sympathy
     after a pause or an interruption
                                             powerful (Adjective) : strong         326. (2) contract (Verb) : to become/
     ongoing (Adjective) : continu-
                                             strong (Adjective) : powerful              make something smaller/less
     ing to exist/develop
                                        322. (4) inclusion (Noun) : the fact            dilate (Verb) : to become/make
     interruption (Noun) : some-
                                             of including/being included                something larger, wider/more
     thing that temporarily stops an
     activity or a situation                 exemption (Noun) : official                open; expand
                                             permission not to do something/            frustrate (Verb) : to make some-
318. (2) expedite (verb) : to make a
                                             pay something that you may have            body feel annoyed/impatient
     process happen more quickly ;
                                             to do/pay                                  because he cannot achieve what
     speed up
                                             generalisation (Noun) : a general          he wants
     procrastinate (Verb) : to delay
                                             statement that is based on only            expand (Verb) : to become/make
     doing something that you should
                                             a few facts                                something greater in size, num-
     do, usually because you do not
                                             liberalisation (Noun) : the act            ber or importance
     want to do it
                                             of making less strict                      rotate (Verb) : to move or turn
     experiment (Verb) : to try or
                                             exclusion (Noun) : the act of              around a central fixed point
     test new ideas, methods, etc.;
                                             preventing somebody/something         327. (4) withhold (Verb) : to refuse to
     to find out what effect they have
                                             from entering a place or taking            give; keep back
     exclude (Verb) : not to include         part in something
     something deliberately in what                                                     publicise (Verb) : to make some-
                                        323. (1) unknown (Adjective) : not
     you are doing/considering                                                          thing known to public; to adver-
     propagate (Verb) : to spread an                                                    tise; disseminate
                                             prominent (Adjecti ve)              :
     idea, a belief or a piece of                                                       silence (Verb) : to make some-
                                             noti ceabl e; di sti ngu i shed;
     information among many people                                                      body/something stop speaking
                                             important or well–known
319. (4) we ak (Ad ject ive ) : no t                                                    or making a noise
                                             eminent (Adjective) : well–
     physically strong ; likely to                                                      disseminate (Verb) : to spread
                                             known; famous
     break ; not having much power                                                      information, knowledge, etc. so
                                             renowned (Adjective) : well–               that it may reach many people
     potent (Adjective) : having a           known; famous
     strong effect on your mind/                                                        promulgate (Verb) : to spread
                                             important (Adjective) : of great           an idea, a belief, etc. among many
     body; powerful                          value                                      people
     inefficient (Adjective) : not      324. (3) loyalty (Noun) : the quality
     doing a job well and not making                                               328. (3) follow (Verb) : to come/go af-
                                             of being faithful in your support          ter/behind; to accept advice in-
     the best use of time, money,            of somebody/something
     energy, etc.                                                                       structions, etc.
                                             betrayal (Noun) : the act of giving        lead (Verb) : to go with ; to guide;
     soft (Adjective) : very brittle         information about something/               result in ; to direct ; to be a lead-
     fragile (Adjective) : easily            somebody to an enemy                       er; to show the way
     broken/damaged ; weak and               deception (Noun) : deceit; the
     uncertain                                                                          conduct (Verb) : to organise
                                             act of del iberatel y maki ng              and/or do a particular activity
320. (2) retain (Verb) : to k eep            somebody believe something that            guide (Verb) : to show the way;
     something; to continue to have          is not true                                to direct; explain ; to help
     something ; preserve                    treason (Noun) : the crime of              direct (Verb) : to aim something
     abandon (Verb) : to leave ; to for      doing something that could cause           in a particular direction or at a
     sake ; to give up                       danger to your country                     particular person