10. acclaim → accomplish

acclaim → accomplish  acclaim (public approval or praise): Sofia indeed deserves the acclaim she has received. accolade (praise or honor): Her approval was the highest accolade I could have received so far. accommodate (provide a place to stay): They will accommodate the team in a luxury hotel during their stay. …

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Phrasal verbs account  to form a particular part of something: Teenagers account for the vast majority of our customers. explain the cause of something: How do you account for the sudden disappearance of the files? to be the cause of something: HIV accounted for over 20,000 deaths within two years. …

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Synonyms background  (a person’s past experiences, knowledge, education etc.): But we need to know more about your background. record (information about character or achievements): We are not employing anyone with a criminal record. past (the history of a person): No one knows about my past. history (a record of past …

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Goodbye  I said good bye, then walked off without another word. Bye for now! I’ll see you later. We’ll try to prepare more accurate report about the current situation, bye for now and See you next time. Next time we’ll offer you something probably completely different. Bye for now! Thank you very …

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Synonyms leave  (stop living with somebody permanently): He left his wife and daughter. She has threatened to leave me. desert (leave somebody without help or support): I’ll never desert a friend in trouble. turn your back on somebody(refuse to help someone that you have previously helped): It’s not fair to …

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