was changed, substituted () [..., ' 153] { : , , }
exchange, substitution
1. sliding, slipping
2. smoothing
enfeeblement, weakening
1. to turn sour, make sour
2. to miss, lose a chance
[..., ' 157]
to miss an opportunity { : }
1. to make more strict
2. to aggravate, exacerbate
[..., ' 158] { : }
1. was turned sour
2. was missed, lost (opportunity)
() [; ] { : }
1. souring, pickling
2. missing a chance
silo -
1. was made more severe
2. was aggravated, exacerbated
() [..., ' 158] { : }
1. worsening
2. aggravation, exacerbation
1. to camp
2. to park a car
[...\..., ' 159] { : }
to flatter, fawn [..., ' 161] { : }
to subtract [..., ' 164] { : , }
was destroyed, ruined () [; ]
to destroy, ruin [ ; ; ] { : , }
to frighten, intimidate [..., ' 170] { : , }
1. to boycott
2. to confiscate
3. to excommunicate, ostracize
[..., ' 173] { : }
to make worse, exacerbate, aggravate [..., ' 173]
1. to deafen
2. to keep silent
[..., ' 174] { : }
1. was boycotted
2. was confiscated
3. was excommunicated
() [..., ' 173] { : }
1. boycott
2. confiscation
3. excommunication
worsening, exacerbation
1. to consider
2. to regard, esteem
[..., ' 175] { : , , , , }
to cast suspicion on... [..., ' 176] { : , }
1. to grow dark
2. to darken
[..., ' 176]
1. to become dark
2. was darkened
() [; ] { : }
1. to have someone sign (check, document)
2. to sign up
3. to stamp (as a document)
[..., ' 180] { : , }
1. gathering signatures
2. signing up
3. stamping
1. improvement, amelioration
2. bonus, benefit
1. to dip, immerse
2. to baptize
[..., ' 182]
1. was dipped, immersed
2. was baptized
() [..., ' 182] { : , }
1. to coin, mint
2. to imprint
[..., ' 183]
to make one's imprint on... ...
1. was coined, minted
2. was imprinted
() [..., ' 183] { : , }
to sink, drown [..., ' 183]
was sunk, drowned () [..., ' 183] { : }
1. immersion, dipping
2. baptizing
1. minting, coining
2. stamping, imprinting
3. sinking, drowning
1. to make pure, purified
2. to exonerate
[; ; ] { : , }
1. to do well
2. to ameliorate
[..., ' 184] { : }
1. to plaster
2. to camouflage, cover-up
[..., ' 186] { : , , }
1. inclination, bias
2. diversion
judicial bias
to cast, throw, project [..., ' 185] { : }
to delegate, entrust, assign [..., ' 185] { : }
to fly, transport by plane [..., ' 185] { : , }
1. to drip
2. to preach, moralize
[..., ' 305]
was assigned, burdened with () [..., ' 185] { : }
1. projection
2. fee, tax
()
1. casting, throwing
2. projecting
3. levy, tax
imposition of taxes -
assignment of a task -
imposing sanctions -
to fling about, cause to wander / [...., ' 187] { : , }
to patch up [..., ' 187]
to hide, conceal [..., ' 189]
was hidden, concealed () [; ]
hiding, concealment
flying, air transportation
to mislead, deceive [...\..., ' 190]
was mislead, deceived () ] ...\..., ' 190] { : }
1. to offer a taste
2. to add taste
3. to emphasize, accentuate
[..., ' 190]
1. was offered a taste
2. taste was added
3. was emphasized, accentuated
() [..., ' 190] { : }
emphasis, stress, accentuation