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October 8 vocabulary

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1. Pioneer (verb): (Develop or be the first to use or apply (a new method, area of knowledge, or activity).) (เค…เค—्เคฐเค—ाเคฎी เคนोเคจा /เคช्เคฐเคฅเคฎ เคนोเคจा)

Synonyms: Head, Inaugural, Initial, Lead, Be Original, Be Primary.
Antonyms: Follow, Obey.
Example: A lot of pioneers from Eastern Europe came to America to take up farming on the plains around the turn of the century.
Verb forms: Pioneer, Pioneered, Pioneered
Related words:
Pioneer (adjective) – เค…เค—्เคฐเค—ाเคฎी
2. Vanity (noun): (The quality of being worthless or futile.) (เคจिเคธ्เคธाเคฐเคคा/เคต्เคฏเคฐ्เคฅเคคा)

Synonyms: Futility, Uselessness, Pointlessness, Worthlessness, Purposelessness, Idleness.
Antonyms: Usefulness, Of Purpose.
Example: In many poor countries the idea of bullet train is a vain concept.
Related words:
Vain (adjective) –เคต्เคฏเคฐ्เคฅ
3. Overreach (verb): (Reach out too far.) (เคชเคฐे เคจिเค•เคฒ เคœाเคจा)
Synonyms: Overextend, Outreach, To be too far.
Antonyms: Fall behind, Be in limits.
Example: The Company overreached its financial limits and ran out of money after one year.
Verb forms: Overreach, Overreached, Overreached.
4. Fabled (adjective): (Famous, especially by reputation.) (เคช्เคฐเคธिเคฆ्เคง)
Synonyms: Celebrated, Renowned, Famed, Famous, Well Known, Notable, Distinguished, Acclaimed.
Antonyms: Unheard Of, Unknown.
Example: A bullet train is fabled project for any country, but it should have financially sound to implement it.
5. Inevitable (adjective): (Certain to happen / something that is unavoidable.) (เค…เคชเคฐिเคนाเคฐ्เคฏ /เคจिเคถ्เคšिเคค)

Synonyms: Unavoidable, Inescapable, Inexorable, Unpreventable, Assured, Certain
Antonyms: Avoidable, Escapable, Exorable, Preventable.
Example: Because the little boy would not stop playing with matches, it was inevitable he would burn himself.
Related words:
Inevitably (adverb) - เคจिเคถ्เคšिเคค เคฐूเคช เคธे
6. Taboo (noun): (Considered inappropriate because of societal beliefs or emotional dislikes) (เคจिเคทेเคง/เคชाเคฌंเคฆी)

Synonyms: Proscription, Interdiction, Restriction, Boycott, Non-Acceptance.
Antonyms: Acceptance.
Example: Most Christians view the science of cloning humans as a taboo act against God.
7. Well-heeled (adjective): (Wealthy.) (เคธเคฎृเคฆ्เคง/เคงเคจी)
Synonyms: Wealthy, Rich, Well Off, Affluent, Moneyed, Cash Rich, With Deep Pockets.
Antonyms: Poor, Indigent, Pauper.
Example: A well-heeled person should also donate for good purposes.
8. Knock on (adjective): (A secondary, indirect, or cumulative effect/ If there is a knock-on effect, one action or event causes several other events to happen one after the other.) (เคฆ्เคตिเคคीเคฏเค• เคช्เคฐเคญाเคต)

Synonyms: Casual Sequence, Cause And Effect, Chain Of Events, Ripple Effect.
Antonyms: Root, Primary Cause.
Example: The cut in new car prices has had a knock-on effect on the sales of used cars.
9. Moratorium (noun): A temporary prohibition of an activity. (เค…เคธ्เคฅाเคฏी เคช्เคฐเคคिเคฌंเคง)

Synonyms: Embargo, Ban, Prohibition, Suspension, Standstill
Antonyms: Continuation, Allow, Sanction.
Example: An avid fisherman, Billy was upset when he learned of the fishing moratorium.
10. Viability (noun): (Ability to work successfully.) (เคตिเค•ाเคธ เค•्เคทเคฎเคคा)
Synonyms: Potentiality, Capability, Proficiency, ability.
Antonyms: Impotence, Inability, Incapability, Incapacity.
Example: Once upon a time, solar power was not viewed as a viable energy source.
Related words:
Viable (adjective) - (เคตिเค•ाเคธเค•्เคทเคฎ)
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